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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884031401 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. Hotti VOLUME cmi-Mee X.-NUM- 13ER 510. Hi imfefinf iMtfital lei STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH Not a 14, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 232 ! pur-chaBor- hlw V. ntcrioronmal THE FIRE FIEND. Four Storo-room- s Paradise, but Better than It Hcs CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTt, P. WALTON. ami and Thrco Residen- ces, the Odd Fellows' Hall and Other Buildings Burned. rHUhrit TtiCMititv Wbunpald strictly la advance. It we have to watt nor time, S3.no will b chawd. OfhcrM Nnvetl by NiipcrliunHiii EHbrlw. Losses Heavy and Onlj Partially OoYered by Insurance. lltitiu-N. Old Circus Trick Causes a Bhody Encounter rfortn-mnc- r Keteral nllit r, it circus in Arknnaiw, the conventional drunken man, who, Kee into the ring anil wmiI to rule Mint 'iniM," iltycd hi part n trill finer than lie intended Kitting th riiu Heie n ooupfo of man from "away Oft'r (lie rteek " Tlirr were perfectly wrapped up In the enleilianinent, nnd were yery Binch annoyed when the drunken mtn interrupted the iforiiince. 'I want y mi to no wnv," the rin,in ' Yuii nre intrrruptliiK ler mid nbow." " Wan tr r ride tint ho.H "You cin't ride. You are too drunk " WanU-- r ride lint how," Here," acid tlie old", airumluit a erri-oair, "I want jruu to leave here," 'Wanlerride that hoea H "Il'na miioh a you csin do to walk, and ou can't ride that spirited anisi.il V pid for the privilege of nhowinK here ami intend to uive n ROiid "dow, hut if u we o.ui't do 7011 keep tin interrupting Ktirliiiuj; " the blatttedtwt fwl I ever caw," eaid oiir of the men from away over the creek. "Ye," hi poiflpminn replied, "and il he ktj on prn)ickiu' 'lotind here, I'll aliow In in that I epent hit money to pre thi aliuw an' I don't wan'trr he outen my right lY dr. ink fol. We can endrunK teller evirr Uy a cliowV n ahow, lemiun lell too The drunken feller fell in hunt uf ilu hore ami ciwr nlihin one ( Wing run over Tlie clown pbitwl him and threw, him fruiu the ring Hi artwd to yo biek when one of the oieek men Jumped up ami Mid. An At tins Meroy of tins MMV JOU A 1'IIIK t'OMIM V AM) KXIK een tlii innrnin fire wa from the bike liuiin in the reHr of Haiighmin'K.'J itury liriok building nnd u noon n poiihle the dred fire nUrm wa and by xoundeii fiom the Courl-lloiinvoice ahuiiting on the atreete. immediately liundredi of citizen ralil Uitherc le and llin wet ' of removing g'lod from V. i Caron A iSon' grocery, Harrin Si A. U'arrcti' ATMurphyV confectionery and bakery, 0. K. Tort- II. Hruce' clothing dore, Mr. J. man' dwelling and the reidence of A. K Innr w ronnuenceil and prctcuteI with a gul whisli abow how true our peop'e are Druggists and Booksellers, in an emeigencr af u;h a kind. Thetlimo njred ra i 11 T to the frame buildirg ami oon the everal etehlih-intin- i ISaLOCJJK, named ere fecthing and cracking then thought that I lie adin them. Il w joining b lilding would go and good were of rH piil It reni'ive.1 from the Melcalf ,VOeley. I) KU. W. II Hig gin, tbi'trpe and other movable fixture of the I.NTKKIOH Jui'KNAL Uflix and the PHARMACISTS furniture from the residence of Geo. I). DEILXIU I.N- Wearen. My the altnot auiierhumaii efV '.V CA-.- U brigade, there water-buckJCMt fort of the SO-, 'J-- ' Xil'UgH, JQUUJiH, OlUUUQQr; building were ved and a xtill greater ca-- 1 j nii.n unity averted Aa it they lot hundred ? Phjsjclttn' preKtlptlons accurately compound! il Also in the excited removal of of dollar L gM'd, the exait projwrtion of each we are jmvKM:iJMi n.l at Una hour. I A M able (o give in get our ifiie oil' in tune for the full The town preamt a wcebc-gon- e eirlymail Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ic Silverware apiirsnce tin morning with good ami and furniture ctierei for two Ever brought to Ibis market. Prices Lower Uun tbe Lowest. Watcbes, Clocks and Jewelry imhalf of the bot building block in mini paired on short Dotice and Warranted ami engine h The neeil of a rlreomuny "N'.i, I II be Id unci ifuu jcu buk." The audience thought that it wra a acknowledged and the uu.il tfiort to eltL-lin- h one after a fire will be made. u ..i ilie cretk psrl of the trick ami man, thinking that hi ouure had receivtd 01 the loer, Col T. V. Miller corno in the, approval ot the crowd, wax touch for two 'tore room and an office on which I Wokkimi ash Tiiij kin it i a no About sixty million coplia of Tint Sun bav he ha. $.500 inurance in the Liverpi ol, Loi anav," aid the old jiker in an un- don A Ulobe on the taller and $.'S 000 in ll e lem fatal error to defiie labor, when reg- gone out of oureilabllsbinent durloic the past 12 dertone, "thin I a put of the idiow." Union of ThiUdelphla on the fcrmer. ulated by intellect, then to value it for months. were to paste end to na all the columrs If jou last jear l Hum iirlnledtnl "Ye, an' it'll a miifhtr aorry part for Ceo II Ilrnceit IveJO.000, $2 000 it own sake. We are alwayn in these daya ofallTh a continuous I'rlp aoldlutertwtfug you AND of would got we want one If you don't Ret outen here." wWora, round doctrine and the twe; you common wnw etch In tha Home, .Kna and I'bwnix. A. trying to House rracb U'lii-iiitiir- e "L-MouO'aod the old joker tried to A. Warren $1,0XK) in the .K'na and Tho-n- ix man to be alwya thinking and another to sane wit lorr enough toMount from Printing In lbs Oipetnlens souare to il lop of to l'rlnllni House square and above the creek man aside. Thin wa A. K IVnnv ha only $P0O oa his lx alwaya working, and we call one a gen- inocn.thrn back f the war tack to tbe moon Ibim A Full nnd complete aRHorliuciiI or Furullnrc, embracing' mora than the oilier cuuntrrman could hnue. Hriirr Hiughmiu ba no imur-anctleman and the ollmr an operative; where- - afftln. l wrllUu fur th InhabttanU o !ut The fun St Murphy nor as the workman ought ollen to be thinking endure, and, springing up, he truck the erjrtliluf; from (be Cheapest to tbe Finest Suites. 2f neither ha Ilarri the arth; thlr Mm strip of tDlelllgaoeo would erpetrator of octogenarian mirth and hi W. It. Carson St Son, all of whom will lose and the thinker often to be working, and Udlr the alotw 17 nr!8 tlrai. need to go to tbe large cities to make your purchaser!, no II evtrjr bnyer of Tbe Sun during the Iwt rear wife companion eized him and began to drK heavily- - Mr. I'.irtman has $S00 on her both should be gentlemen in the bst tense, waa t enlt no hour ovrr It. and If hisnewspa-n-or what quantity or quality you want, as can nnd ulll duplicate r another boar, this him oat The clown and ling mailer buildiug in the .V, na, but that will not As it is, we make both ungentle, the one aranduthrr h srwat human rare Iblrloen thou any prieew you can obtain clHowbcre, frelgbt beiup; added. Abe has afforded lbs rushed ont and tried to reecuo their friend, cover half her Ion The other jiarlies. enwing, the other despising his brother, sand rrars of sUutdr readlog, night and daj. that a full amnorlnieut of Cofllnf, Cac8, Nbrouds aud ISoIich, cmlnraaB" It treoly by Utile calculations like three but the men from orer I ho creek bad al- who moved their good are insured but of and the mass of eociety is made up of mor- we ran form anj ldr el tb circulation of Ibe luff all tbe New Stylet, both cheap and expensive. Ware moat pcpulv of American Dwspan. or of Us ready atood too much. The drunken course they will lose greatly by the hasty bid thinkers and miserable workers. Now, Influent oa lb opinions and actions of American opponite St. Asaph Ilotcl, Stanford, Ky. who br tliU time wa decidedly eober, removal and the wetting thai, the heavy it la only bj labor that thought eran be mp-- and women will continue to be a nawspaper The Hun ta and had eone beyond the bound of forgive. rain gave their good. The Odd Fellowe, made healthy, and only by thought that which tells Ur truth without fear ot cuneequescfw Ibe (acta no matter which nee, andahould I punched. The audi- who Joe the hall, bad $1,400 insurance in labor can be made happy; and there should process (eis al which rrprtweots Ibe how much the news of all the cieta, world without , wsste of wools and In the ! mew t eculiarity of euijiloy-meence, otill regarding the whota aflair an a the A'.lan. be les pride left in working with all 1U rtdjliln ihapt-- whlc1! U Craiidfalherly joke, wa almot wild with and more in excellence of achieve- htvarl tor the cju? of honest government, and The htnvy rain, a favorable wind and which thetfors believra that tbe llrpubltcan parjoy. Iluskim hard work are all that aived the Intkkiok ment. ty luusl c". and must go lo this coming Tear of our Lord, ISsl. "DingeJ if you shall ertcct euch a fool JouiiNAL office, the Farmer's National Mr. lluck lVJigo, while on a trading If you know TboHun, you like It already, and tli in ik!" and one of the crock ruen Hank and Metcalf St Ows'ey. All lostheav-il- y trip It with accustomed diligence and South, concluped one day, aa bus!-n- e jou will read what la sure lo be ths moat Interest. DEALEB IN- profit during atruck the clown in the face and knockrd by removals of goods and fixtures. know accord- Ing year In Its history If you do not was dull, to liven it up, and sun, It Is high time to gel Into the sunshine. hira down. Freah fuel for the fire of fun, Geo. I). Wearen, W. II. Higgin and D. ingly, mountsng a block, he announced to Tho Ifardware, ITorse Shoes Groceries Saddles aaul the audieooe howled and roared, and Ktaes made a close shave, and they like a gasping crowd of negroes that he would lnccnsware, Buggy Whips, Nails, TKIIMS TO MAIL SUlWCHIllEUS. Iron, lotue of the eeata fell, and a mighty fhout the rest of us, are under obligations to the proceed to auctiwn oil a mule the aid The several editiimsol The Sun are ut by mall IltiKfry Wheels Stoves, Cane M ills, Harness, as follows: waa knocked down hard work of good frienJs The aroHC. animal to be sold on a credit of twelve I)Alt cents a month, M a year; wttb SunGrates, Spokes, Cider Uf "! Covors with (he heavy end of hi own whip, and Of tlio many who deierre honorable months, a personal note, with uo security, day edition. 87 Corn Shellers, Collars, Stoueuarc, iTsr.iv Kliht raires. Tills edlil'in furnishes ItiuiS rforni-anc- e then the audiencu aw that the mention for their eil'irU to ve property, being all that was asked, The mule went i bo current news of the world. sieclal srtlrles of everylKxly, intenwl wa uiislnem-lik.and practical. A the Harry Webber Cunptny deierve great up like it balloon, and was finally knocked excepiloralnew books to tbe hlgbeit and literarya merit, tl of reviews of Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and number cf the actor run lied to the praire. All of them worked like Turks oil to an old negro with no coat and a yiar. Cast Famps, and the Celebrated Miyfleld Elevator. Tin Roof ear. Eight pages of tbe boyn rein and the thank of the community ii hereand a party of croiw-rou- l Wkkkiy painful scarcity of breeches at $7,500. matter uf Ibe SI a l allv issues: an Akrrlcultur.il best De the inland Outteriag1 will have prompt attention. forced the men fiom over the creek. The by tendered theui. When the remit was announced, the old partment ol uniuaiieu value, rpeciai mantel scientific and domestic) lntellif V. II. UcUlmifU, and fifiy-niepvcial conntableii joiueil the fray, was put fellow pprang into the air, Hcd popping At the time that the btke-ove. imVeTlirt WceklrSun the newspaper for Halt'smen John jirif,ht, Jr. and after a while the entire circua outfit, up the citizens on the square protected but his bare heels together, exclaimed: "I the farmer's household. To clubs of ten with J10 lu extra copy free. with it tattered cantata nnd blood Mailed without avail. The result was to put up wu gwine to hab dat mule ef he cost ten . II. K.XVIMSH, I'ubllsbw, Adirta Theouii.Wew crk City, men, looked n. melancholy a, the nliauk insurance and diminish the amounts taken thousand doUm!'' Glasgow Times in by interested parties. end of a day when a note fulls due. it Hence the heavy Miss Elizibeth Glloway,of Elkton, Pa , 1SS1. not often that an old nd loses! offered her hand in marriage to a young jaku cuiifCH trouble, nnti the cirrun manapopulation deiirves the The colored man named Small. Mr. Small blushing ger, tattered and torn a he i, i rarching greatest praie for their labors. With in a nothing nt siake, they worked like beavers hut firmly Bid "no," whereiijion Miss the clown annal of the twilight agi determining to have ILLUSIBATED. hope that he may find h trick old enough and won additional regard from their Elizabeth Galloway, Mr. Small's heart one way or another, Arkamiaw Traveler. forUio public. white brethren. h'e:id American turner's drew u butcher knife anil announced her Illustrated Weekly stands at theIly ItsofuniurtlMii weekly Journals. There are various reports as to each in- jrASl'PAtTL'llINO A CURIOSITY All out, which she was on-l- y poetilon In politics, its nduiliahU Illustration, lis intention to cut it carelully chosen aerhla, short stories, sketches, AND lieuioiiri doctor of St. Imin indureil two man's lon but wc will defer, a meutiou till prevented from doing bv the ungracious and poems, contributed by ths foremost artists and authors of the day, it carries Instruction anil men eonie time ago to go through an ope- next issue. of Mr. Small. If this is to be entertainment to thousands of American homes. It whs the first fire in Stanford for nearly resistance leap-yea- r ration which he promiiH'd ihem ould one-hi- e to Ibe will become a serIt will always bo the aim ofmoat publisher and a precedent, popular tliem to pM themaelveH biT an natural tn year aud ourcitizsus had almost loi-- t ious matter, and no marriageable man will make the Harper's Weekly ihe the world, and, in In attiactlve lamllr newspaper STANFORD, KENTUCKY, curiwitifH, like the .Siamese twina. l!y Lar of its ravages. tho pursu.incool this design, to present a constant think of venturing into ladies' society Improvement In all thoai features which have ISKAL.EK IN cuttini; tho nhin of their arun below the elvalued for It the confidence, armpithy, and suped, How Hustles aue Worn. A f.ishio port of Its large nrmy of readers. bow nnd binding the limb, securely togethpaper pays. "Bustles are worn somewhat In parts of Texas it is found tlut sheep er, lie calculated that in twenty da) h the lower." Such stufl as this is all nowense.u and Koat herding is more profitable than HAEPER'S PERIODICALS, joining would be perfect. Unfortunately No jiaper can tell jul how high from the raising cattle or hcgi. It is said if a man one of tho mm fell Mck and the experiPER. YEAH. ground a bustle should be worn. A tall can not make 100 per cent, annually, with Harper's Magatlne ti 00 ment wan not carried on, thiiH blighting the 4 00 girl wears hers where it will do the most sheep after the first year or two, he is in Harper's Weekly Iiokm of many dime niUKeum to exhibit a good 00 and a short one the fame. Think of a poor luck. It coat from 30 to CO cents a Harper's liar.ar 150 pair of twin, one of whom wan twice an old tall, giraffe-buil- t girl wearing her buttle at head per year to keep a sheep in Northern Harper's Young IVoplc Chicago Times. Harper's I'rnnklln Square Library, one )car an the other. the same hight as a short, 10 00 Texas. The wool will average $1 per (32 Numbers) Postage Free to all sutucrlbcrs In tho United Gen. Gordon, the commander of the Eng- girl. She couldn't move with anv grace at head, anil the natural increase from 75 to States or Canada. lish forces in Egyjit, thus expresses his all, nnd if the short girl tried to get hera up 90 per cent., averaging SO percent. Tho Volumes of the Weekly brgln with the first life: "I think that to the same altitude as the tall girl's, she views as to a future Numlierlor January ol each year. When no time Alex. Is mentioned, It will be understool that ths Corn While skating on the lake Hicine, Mowers, and disconsolate. this life is only one of a series of lives, would look hump-backewishes to rommenco with the Number which our incarnated part lun lived, I No; a girl always wears her bustle where it Jones, fourteen years of age, disappeared next alter recolpt of order. Tbo last Four Annual Volumes of Harper's and his compunion?, Weekly, have little doubt of our having prieriated; will do the most good and there is no rule through an in nuat cloth binding, will bo sent by Corn who rushed to his assistance, saw him mall, postig paid, or by expreaa, Ireo ol exponia Torre Haute Review, and that also in the time of our prerxist as to the hight. (provided the Irelghtdoea not exceed one dollar through the clear ice twenty feet from the per volume), for 17 CO per voluma. enco wa were actively employed. So, Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills,.En-gine- s, Cloth Case fir each Volume, suitable for bindWoman with pale, solorlcsa faces, who hole where he was swept by the undertherefore I believo in our active employing, will be sent by uiall, postpaid, on receiptor Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, ment in a future life, and like thought. feel weak and dlscounfged, will receive current, and tried to break through with Honbo made by bumped with his eyItemltlanca should avoid chance ot loas. Order or Draft, to We shall, I thtux, be far more perfect in a both mental and bodily vigor by using their skates, while he And, in fact, everything pertalnlnglto Agricultural Machinery Newspapers are. not lo cony this advertisement Offlce uud Ware Seems opponite St. Asaph Hotel, Htaarer future life, and, inJeed, go toward perfec- Carter's Iron Pills, which are made for the head, but they could not break tho ice, without tMxpres order of Harper A llrotber. Ada-roblood, nerves and complexion. HAJirKU A UllOtUKUd. Naw Yorkand he drowned ai they gazed on him. tion, but never attaii it At 12:2ft ii'r d !cn-toriM-ui- "r 1 u Uire-roo- 1 1 1 i !....', A Mr. Cordier, a photographer from Saiukvii.le, Ky., Mrcli 8, 18S1 I .iec Hardftonn, haa opened a gallery here. He an extract taken from your jiaper in the ban aome fine picture in hi collection. Judge Hantford'. achool eloped Iat Georgetown Times that doc an injuatlce to week. The patrons are highly pleased our jieople and a I know you to be a man oetalwaja for the right and would not do with the Judge and hi wife an teachers. of typhoid fever There in another anything to the injury of the innocent, I in the family of Sitmiel Hardin, hi little feel oatiaflid )oi will give thin explanation a place In your piper. A day or two daughter IO re n a being atricken down with before the primiry election, held in thin the dread disenno. W. K. Dillionhn wild bin famous "adcounty to nominate a candidate for the dle horie, "Charley," to Whit Montgomery office of eheritf, a Mr. While hnt and wounded a Mr. Hinton, (Mr. II. i recover- for $200 He in a hore of fine air.e and ing) neither of whom lived near thin place, ftyleand well worth the money. I don't and the altercation (enured near their know of but one better in thi end. If home On the day rf the jirimary North-cu- t Whit wants to find him Iip can rtll on yoir flint and ellghtly wounded Whiton, correiondent foi information, John Iiuch about five uiile frcm Sidieville. Oa the nnau traded his pair of heavy, nged mules to Win. Dillioi for a lighter and younger Mine day a man named Jone cut Bn in the arm and hudiel; thii oc- pair. Dillicn paid $50 to boot. Squire II. W Karri, for years a mcrr curred about one mile from the town limit and neither .of them were citizen of bcr of the county court, il in feeble healtK our town. It i due tint I make thi. abate- ft W. Jameo has returned from the Kirt. ment of the fact a 1 wa pent here to MirH Klla and IelaDoore ure visiting preach at the lat cion of the Kentucky Minn Heltie Kerrell, in Stmford. Mrs. Ave of Eld. J. O. Liv Conference and have been indentified with Hansford, mother thi peojilecver aince. I would not be un- - ingston, is quite low or pneumonia. J a?. dertood a aafing that thi i the heft Chadwlck has been appointed postmaster town in Kentucky, because it in not, but hero in the place of George JI King, rewould be among the bent if we were ouly signed. rid of the bar room. Thi town ha been Tlio Spencer Courier tells of a Shelby very much neglected by religion denom- county lady who buried her husband, gave No church, no Sunday pchool birth to a child and married n Methodist ination. and nothing to check the devil in hi work prescher imdde of six weeks. of dtatruclion. The Lord ha, I tin'., The IniMt and met careful tests made oj'enod n door f ir in here, for I have never vtr.nnri.ul In nnnitrair!! I inn llmt a tttir.vlfl Ipfl by engineer expert show an nlnolute loss ,w ............ the gorpeland whoee deportment were of of 14 percent, in tiding wet coal. the first ivpe of ladies and gtntlemen more BucXIen's ArnicaSalire. than in thi town, iterptcifully your, Tlie greatest wedletl wonder of tlio world. Ilrulwa, Cuta, Ulloiiexllly cure He J. A. Lawyf.ii, en, .Salt Hheuui, K'erer Horrn, Oinceri, Piles, I'.idtor M. E. Church South C'hllhlilni.Caroii, Tettar, Cbail Hand and all Career very eeldom ajpeara in pereona akin eraptlom, guaranteed to cure In erery refunded. A rxMlltvo cure lor or under 30. It usually come between 15 1'llea. tte roonejrbot. For falo liy Fenny A. !r and 00. It ia very rare in tropical countries, and more frequent nmong the jocr A Great Discorery. than among the rich, among women than That In dally bringing Joy to Ilia homes of among mtn. and it ha lieen noticed that tUouMnda by v,n mi.iiij of their dear onei from au early grave. Truly H l)r. King's Nev among the Trapjii't, Carmelite, and Coughs, Colds, Asthma, I r Comumptlon, monks it in almoat unknown, a HronrhllU.'.Hay Fever, Im of Voice, Tickling In circumstance icribcd to their abstinence the Throat, 1'aln lo MJe and Cheat, or any from iih at, while it i mol common in Itlte cure uf the Throat and Lungs, a mid Kuroje, where meit i m9t eaten. (uaranteed. Trial IkilUet free, regular size ft, A !i Alliter'a. In the Xeatherland and Ilelgium it hai t 1'ennv influenlncrtaeil of Ute jear. Immoral ce tend toward il production when they have bad cfl'rCt on the digeallve organs -- Dr. Dana NEW YOHK, 1884. MUr Into tr Credit For, Jvurnal FINE FARM FOR SALE I will ee tho Logan's Fort farm of 210 acres in the corporate limits of Stanford, Ky. The land fronts i of a mile on Danville street, is of tho best soil in Kontucky, has on it a largo and comfortable residence and tho best Bpring in Lincoln county. For torns or inspootion of tho place, Apply to Mrs. Emma Rochester on tho promises, or to me at my W. G. WELCH. in Stanford, Ky. law-offlc- o soil privately, as a wholo, or in parcels to Buit s, Feb.lt 84 tf WALL PAPER; TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, -- in-la- McROBERTS Ol'JGKA. MOUSE & STiLG-G'- STANFORD. .,.......... War-rant- i, -i Penny & MsjMisiti fsli&WfSOct 0V vy -'-. and Fancy Articles. "W n MviimmmJL dis-ra- TIHIIE STJIsT 't!l A J3L; C, TJMDERTAKER, Infor-moilo- n, Dealer in ! three-qivartr- rs e, Parlor ! I niatter frl-lo- nt u W. H. HIGGINS I -- jt ring-nuwt- Y- -W ills c con-ilic- x liu-nir- n jj-Q- Harper's Weekly. GEO. D. WEAREN Commission Merchant nil-ar- Hay, Grain, Wool, Field Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Drills, Carts, Reapers, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, Plows Harrows, Hay Hakes, Planters, Feed Cutters, d air-hol- e, Poat-OtB- o V Cincinnati ha decided to have another wtek ortendaya for the purpose of engagHON. A. O. TAMIOTT tftCAHm1iUBTI''KlKt. Dramatio EesllvHl, to begin April tne ing in the tobacci business. NsCnndldstafor Oonjrrsi In Ihli district, sur. Jeello the action ofthsdrmocrarr. B. T. WALTKll" Tuesday evening as Miss Tattle Ad21st. ' A 'A', The fast mail service is to be extended ams and Miss Lula I'u II Ins were crossing '14, 1884 March LANCAbTEIi. KY. Stanford, Ky to Omaha, shortening the time of trans- the creek on their way home, the hone Cl""" NatlonsI ll.nk. ,ur"""VM from a to 12 a. M. end from I to 6 r. mission from New York to Omaha and all stepped on n slick rock and fell, throwing An rllslbla tors I Inn ulthsr In Nlrlnr,l nr l lh w. P. WALTON. .tmicllon. for a U V both of the young ladies off into the water. H.OUIUNU MILL. poin's further West twenty four hours. S. U. UU.HKTT. Those baring audi for sale would do well tn adnUDULE A TjtjnrjKTi'rs The coal shipments from. Pittsburg on Miss Pattle was considerably bruited but dicts VOTIH A) iH'tIKHAH,Lncutr. ATTOHNJ3YH AT Z.AVT. Mr. MonuisoN, on the inrtcftrie mathe present rise will amount to six million not seriously hurl; Miss Lula was not hurt tMNCAoTKIt, KY. jority, ha reported the tarifl bill, with tbe bushels, the bulk bein for Louisville and but waa well baptized. Millinery Business For Sale. .nVr!.,,rc!,tT ,n ('"ar.l and adlnlnlra reuallM recommendation that it be pissed "a a Ran away from this place on the eventhe South. This ia the largest single run HoulhHli,i.;fi'r Wlihlnic to retire Irom the huilnsse I ofTVr far aaeuure of partial icllef to the people from ing of the 8th, a young man about 23 or for years. sale mr stock ol MII.L1NKKY and Kiiturn, oa J notice Becewary taxea, aa a meaaure of Asa Cantrill walked up to John Mar-cu- 24 years old, heavy set and will weigh Terr reasonable terms. I rleasrd to consumers and conducive to the general Jr, In Green county, and baring his about 175 pounds, has fair complexion, those who are Indebted to would alio boaud settleIf me will rail ladaatrial prcaperilT." A minority report defied him to shoot. Marcum ac- light hair and deep blue eyes. When last breast, MISH M. H. LOU AS. of HuitooTllle, Kr. commodated him, and Cantrill dropped aecn he was going in the direction of Mt. 22s-- t alo made, objecting to the pas-ag- e Vernon. A liberal reward will be paid for Uie bill, because Congress at it last aosion dead, shot through the heart. saade a general reriflnn of the tariff and A Frankfort dispatch saya ilia the im- his return. He answers to the name of fartfcer legislation in tbat direction will pression there that the investigating com N. M. Shumate. Pete Hampton and Joe Hrcker, of tticUrb bufintM. The latter report la aljrn-a- l mittee will report adversely on Dr. Gale's I thill motlnue lo ler. nn hand st rur shop a Mr. J. C. supply ol NlBier Hewing Mathluee and Hxtuiet, bj Ibo lepublicxna of the committee and case. In the event Dr. Gale ia removed, Stanford, were here this week end those dsiulnc them will plese call. ! also it i tfeeir tame old cry to awaken the The management of the Atchison, Tope-k- a Dr. Pusey, of Ilreckinridge county will Rucker, of this plao, hn accepted a alttia-lio- n I will for r same. amounti due theCompanjand the in the Silver Creek mills and will go receipt feolkgs of the buslneea men. The majority get the place at Ancorage. A Banta Fe Railroad has made provis1'KTKIl It A JrVTrY.V, Ntaurortt, Kr. KMf report ahowa that tbe "general refiaion" A holder of $500,000 of Kentucky Cen- there'the 15ih. He will sell his interest ion for the mainlainance of hospital on to a very email matter, their southern division, to be supported by tral Railroad stock refusea to submit to the in the mills here. Mr. Will Lackey and to alj a difference of two per cent,, but the sums deducted from the monthly pay of the assessment of Itn per cent, agreed upon in his sister, Mia. Jsson Shumate, stalled to stem Ml will cut down rate on an average employees of the road. The plan proposed New York. Aa a consequence the plan for Harrisonville, Ma, Thursday, where they of 39 per cent, and on the baaia of lat year'a ia to build four hoepitnh for the division, relieving the road is likely to fail, and it will make their home ia the future. HAVK I offer for sale prlrttelr mr farm of H31 3- -4 report, relieve the people of 531,060,000 of besides securing tbe use of hospitals bow ia hinted that there will be an application A Miholuilll GEO. O.BARNES In ENGLAND on CHKN, illuMen inlletM. K ol county The Doth report were or BMeeerMry taxeo. lllckiuan Creek, In lessnilue existing at various points on the line. The for the appointment of a receiver. been Making Extenand cloTer aad Is In aX land Is In blue-fi- a AmmA to be printed, but no day waa ret Judge Richard Reid, of the Superior for (tovlnc anjr rrop board proposes to advance $50,000 for con. lo this srt of XMliVIWE JL.011I" the stale and la well adaptedsulte--lgrowing lolseco. lo for their consideration. etructlon, furnishing, &:, The fund for Court, instead of attending to the business The liufrotmifnl ramlslif auie dwelling of 1 102 Shack lkwkli. Lank, 7 rooms with porthreaod rellsr, a well f loud waTo Their Mlock of judge by the reolutiona mainlainance i to be niaed by a pr t fnr mhrh thn Rlstn tiars him a sxlirT nf we are to Dalkton, Lonpon, K Feb. 22, 1884. J ter nrar the door, a iwd barn, slslde and wagun court-tyo- f, adapted by a meeting at London, the and other neewarr out bullJIrgi An oe- ranging from 25c $5,000 a vear, has engaged, says the Cov iVur Interior: shed rata tax on the employees, rhird, stock water abundait and miitenlent Ar Laurel ia the banner temperance to $2 per capita. The object seems to be n ington cwnmcmKYfuin, in an itinc ersonai This is our anniversary, and Ihe be The fenclDK on the ereek li unstly of aleue I'len- of the State. They contain good one. Tbe idea originated with the canvass for a seat on the Court of Appeals ginning of tbe 8th year of the sweet evantr of llniUr for (toeing puri'voraand lencr tnotl- - I treag-holIr In K""d ispalr Ideation - euuienlrnl lo And now haye the Btit 8tock ia Cen tbe atrongeat kind of prohibition aentimenu; employees and of course will not be kick- bench. gel that has joyously nbsorbed our lives I hnrch, sebool and mill, I will sell ihe properly low and on rair trims lo parties drslrlng a home tral Kentucky. They havo Parlor A Cuban sugar exporting house has Seven years ago Marie sang her first song, the member of the Legislature are thank ed at as burdensome It ia to be hoped ' or w dlflds It Insult purchaseis and Bed Soom 8eti, Carpet. the liquor that the institution will be managed on a failed with liabilities exceeding $2,000,000. very tremblingly, at Burksvillr, on the if not sold tij M- I I will rent tn rrllaMe ed for their efforta to euppre lee Mltn.yt. A. lUiitHl'KHIiMt. Cane and Penitentiary Jrckop, Thfre is general distrust in all branches of Cumberland. How well I remember it, 70S J m. in Bockciatle.SL-.ure- l, 1 UeJk eyaWm different from tbat which prevail Ilanlr. O ,Kt jeprventnlive in CongrtM in some of our own healing establishments business, whioh, with the low price of su- and the quiet courage with which the dear Chain, Marblo Top, gar and a close money market, may precipi- LORD endowed the most nervous of morCentreStaod& Exare requested to paM a law prohibiting the V.tMJAIiLK Tub news oom from Washington that tate a crisis that will involve all branches tension Tablet, granting of licenae to vend liiiuora in local' tals, as He has done ever since. To Him Woven Wine. jtiea where local option lawn eiiat; a heavy the President ia order o allay the trouble of business. Stanford Town Lots for Sale. be all the pram forever. The treasury department at Washingtax or penalty ia demanded of theve who not dead but sleeping, in the Seventh I have just been performing the moslde-lightlu- l Folding Bed Lonn-ge- i, cell piatoln, knivt-- or ctrtriilge and a law district of thia State between the Goodloe ton has been informed that foreign brokers exercise in "simple addition" that I ofrr forsate pritateljr at low prices and on e Beds & Cots, Wardrobe trims, staking it a penitentiary offense to draw a andSwope factions, and to madebimself sol- are maling heavy purchases in United 1 ever attempted, and 1 make the sum Trj PI Kit HWV Of 7(1 .V I.WIS In theh'otthiwi limits of tbe id in the State and therebv secure her vote State silver trade dollars at a discount of andSofai. and Everything She deadly weapon, unleas in Mere then half ! them ate city ff Manfnrd 0,117. That is the number of coi.fefsion in the national convention, has decided to 10 per cent, for the purpose of disposing wlihlna tlilid ol a mile it the (mill IIoum-- . and a Kept in a First-cla- n Furniture Store-of the "Blessed Nme of JEil'S" fur our numrbr l ihtin wiililn lwe.lhliit mile of "Thk Ilopkinsf ille South Kenlutkian re- - request Col. 8wope to quietly resign and of them to emigrants a American coin, dtpot, tieellrntl' cstr.l for Hi- 7th year, as nrar as I c.tn come to an accu- Ihe Junction Id luiltr.. or bate tiaph jutiit at, g suns ink.sgd asaika that "The outcome of tbe npprot UrHiuiliMfri MiKiir then to give his place toOol. Goodloe. Dis- worth their nominal value. rate estimate. And when my dear readem that point are presidential campaign ia no longer in- trict Attorney Thomas, hn it said to be the Tery lest and met beautiful- 7 hoe loll by A disgraceful dog fight, conducted remember that we are 3 000 miles away It and toneiientl situated for resldrnie that C3r- - DR.volved in doubt. The Eorcenet Republican without politictl influence, is to be dismissCincinnati roughs took place back of Cov- from "home;" that we landed on British baTe ever lrn oOerel lor sale In Manferd, anj inj price and terms ait suih ss lo place H In the sm unequivocally declared that a republi- -' ed and Col. Swope given his position. Thus ington Monday. It lasted one hour and asraaaasTaany Industrious man to secure one of soil without the acquaintance of a soul, power ol will certainly be elected. In view of everybody ia to be made happy and the a teu minutes and resulted in the killing of only 12 monttia since; thai for tS weeks we them lorall bJie upon new atrreli, which hate lust' 1 hey Item tkifl fact it looks like a Ueelew formality New York ward politician thinks he ia cutone of the dogs and the terrible wounding sal silent and wondering what waa to come been opened, Ihe btoadrsl and test In Manford ' K The aull Is as rich as any in Kentucky Meat of if ? for the democrats to put candidates in tbe ting the ctrd exceedingly fine. ""f1""". . and i r Over 1,000 persons were next; and that we had a osptl in charge tbe Isni ! of tbe other. leTel u to mjulrr no grading and Ihe - . .... -.field." In this connection we ahould like .! .. .... . . . .. . u u.m .. reae i & . rsiini . Ila present and many hundred of dollars tbat uprooted tld prejudices and flew in .w.j .in v .? ii. urr tow .v eon.llaro Mw la As (ottijr, Upright and LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. 30tot0lrel FnlrTfuuare to aay to tbe Republican that tbe prediction aio the .ley. oboningrr ani Hamilton Omaa! They will be soM to rone but white changed hands. face of the cbcri'beJ piedlltcliooa of the A rasp t,f thimran be Hnat toy office Inilruuenla suld it prlriwaod refeta to, made by- a diitinguwhed lawyer It -- TT. A resolution fixirg the 29th aa the Tbe McDevit and O'Boylan embreglio the uiOU sturdily obstinate race among all : cts.eu. mo ir. II. Itll.l.rit. price end Uon, ,,oar orde.i t"l J'u .uli gel eTBtanford, waa as to Tilden'e election and dale of adjournment waa killed. Msnfcrd, Ky. tertus iiw-6ain Ohio ia assuming terrific proportions. (amilieit or cut!.; 1 tliiuk there are Hancock'a. Ilia prophesy was fulfilled Tbe House of Representatives passed Briefly, the circumstance, in which it origi- the not a few, who read these line', that will Jbut a thieviah electorial commlraion stole a bill yesterday appropriating $10,000 for nated was a difficulty between Father O'- say: "This is the LORD'S doing and it College. fresa him and gave it to Hayes. the iaproveent of Cumberland river Boylan, the priest, and A. McDevit, a forit is marvellous in our eyes." ' above the 111. mer member of his flock. Both parties After a music festival, a negro minstrelj, This sum tottl is largely in excess of I.NNKUAXCE! NTANFOItD, KY. Hon. Clarence LT. McEIroy was elected were Tery bitter. McDevit was taken from festi--raAMtival, a Burkina festival and a dog any preceeding year of the entire seven, Cincinnati is now thinking of a relig-cet- br a largecomplimentary vote to the Legis- bis house by a mob to be lynched, but notwithstanding handicaps, and for once I Seven'First-01as- s Companies Full Corps of Teachers, festival, to be held at her Music libit. lature from Warren, Representative Payne somehow escaped. He indicted the priest can say thai I knox it is the LOPD'S work. With a having resigned on r ceo tint of aid new', ' a leader and the mob br name as instruI All lie great preachers of the land are to I of this, I shall Thli Institution will upn Iti Thirteenth rWloa Somerset still keep up the joke about ments. This led to charges ard prosecu- If c.n persuade olhen on the 3d slnuday la next. .Appear at least once during its continuance, I shall be glad to "hold Jll-fJ. .w. happy; if not I.I IS, a street railway And Wednesday had the tions of McDevit and some of his friends which Is now fixed at three months and tbe midHouse amend its charter and authorize the by the O'Boj Ian faction. The whole com- the fjrl" Hgainst the ftorld. About ALL1HK HhAKCilliOr A occasion is to be the biggest thing of the night of Ihe 2lst of Feb. 83 biiog the town lo take stock in it. munity seems to have arrsyed themselves last day of our Gth year we crossed tbe THOROUGH .kind ever attempw d In view of the InENGUSHC0URSE The Senate passed the bill to extend on one side or ths other. The court atHTAMrOIlD. KY. crease of wickedness of that modern Sodom Atthe exemption laws of the State, allowing tempted to hold a session on Sunday last, line of American jurisdiction, on the Are Uoghl, aa well a W. P. WALTON, - . Propriotor. Gomorrah, the movement h tbe best asd beginning of the persons. $750 in lieu (jf properly, but was unable to do any bustne. Fifty lantic littoral, aud the THE LANOUAOKb. OllAW. yet suggested. It is lo be hoped (that the alb no 7th waa almost, to an hour, contemporane- - MUHIC.INO AND PAINTINO. where property is owned by the debtor. or sixty persons are under arrest, or will be I Hli. of Stsge.'WiSO, festival will devote at least a week of ila KUbl cnmn'etr on the "regions be nl K oua with our entrance ery I (Valine caraclle. Innl.Mi.. art. The House spent Tuesday discusdng arrested soon. .u precious time to tie reclamation of .the yond " lo the bill appropriating $300,000 for build-in- g bunko thieves. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT Tbe grand total of confessions, as recordcttate bouses, Ac, and adjourned withIn Tuition, price range trots t& to 160 In th i Lancaster. ed in my little bool, for tbe 7 yesr, u regular j The Ohio Legislature hai passed n law, out reaching ji vote. Wednesday it failed of Intrrun-llat- e PHICE'S Ier art menu rrluia been signed by the governor, de a majority. Mrs. Geo. Collins died at her home in 31,711;. What It is in itie "JJook oi Re- (10, I'repaxsUjy, f to and ColImleU, ttO. aed it baa daring that a man shall not be disqualified The'ftouae has passed a bill reviving this place Sunday morning after lingering membrance," I trust to know, with a joyful For full particulars, as lo lloAia, Ac addn H. i for jary" Service because he has read a gen- the scalp law of 1873, which proyjdes an ing ma ny months with consumption. She surprise, when I see HIM in the "crowning 11 TltlKIIr'.AItr. rrlurliiMl, tM- UnlorJ, UnoolnCo., Kr. day." I am not afraid tbat the number.' eral statement of the case inthenewspa-persan- d allowance of $3 for ihc sculps of foxes, leaves t wo bright little daughter. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Miss Katie Rwe, of Lexington, Ky., ia will dwindle, when all come' out. Deir has an opinion that it will rt quire wild-catwolves, Ac. It is estimated that FOR 83.50, sworn testimony lo remove. This i juat tbTfiFlinake $17,000 from the freasury an- - visiting Mrs. Fowle on Richmond street. friend, help us to praise HIM, for wo car-nhaveurged upon our Leg DoaMy. Dedtnan, the popular dentist Dr. Phil. T. do it alcne.' I know well who will lend such aJaw M we .umvui rtlr. nr rorse. or. The Mountain sim t.Tangellsf. lleoiraO. it. Ky , (and a most excellent a hand at this good work. Our "cousin hlgSSteio pass. A it now standalone but The lllatorr of a I haTe rrntrd i e is everything but attend to bis of Lebanon, tnrr HoN ' In ( tab Orchard, It d theTgawant and for tbe most part 'the vio proper buinees wlthjlie average legislator gentleman) waa iu town this week. Miss Jtidie," of Highgate, has given us a new known as the I arris llcne, h rilled and refurnish-e- g It and prooe lo ruu it In style. . mtcIsI attmllon tn transient ctsloio ... ioee'ean serve on juries. For God's sake SomeTfellow ,has offered the following in Marian Wcolford entertained a few friends version of tbe letters K. P., that have bewaawvaj (.uwarr. rai Timer af i sample rooms KsnrgH O Harnn nbotiwn slur. .f u..f. Iratelers roapof gtve)iatel.tgecce and honesty a show at tbe Senate: Jletolrtd, Bj the democrats Wednesday evening, in honor of Miss come cabalistic among a select few of us. fur IhedtiplaT t will Cod splendid aeMiuiiucdallon tbrlr goods and f".:11 ia. h 'rontan'd S )1!' ' i I will to KentuckT panishirg those who break the laws of tie of tbe General Assembly of Kentucky, Katie Rose, of Lexington. Miss Mary "King's I'ulsce 10.T' is the number tbat equallureaor iIousk the Central blaulo and wlllal j ... .... ..... io, ,,., 0, T-c t)nilM 0, riact re-charge of production, l.lnry ila. and color ol Ink rtli y to many others will recognio, a the house, alio of Danville, will arrive wayskeeplleurpllMl.it!, f.it horMi and Coe Sln. made by tbe Ke.ngw lit Jasd. MaiiSurT bow in session, tbat we favor a tariff for Fisher, lain BlbU, IliuitrMlng In a roplsct fornTTb visit Miss Annie Vaughn. Mba Ella Wat- where I advise all to live, or the 10IIJ turnout! Ible will not Interfere wlib my revenue, limited to the necessary expendiDk.Maky Walk in, the eccentric accepted the position of assistant Psalm. "Cousin Judie" suggests that K. ai me m who poses around Washington in tures of the Government, and so adjusted son has xurnnnre ana unaeriaKeri rraae. i.,n... :.,. .;; i.irvv'TL.:"' and are made rnt ii. .. .u... .... .i - inn ' nineoDgeiiai regarded aa a first class as to give protection and encouragement P. M., under the obliging Col. Hall Ander- P. means 'Keep praising," which is a m in a t.a clothe and is Th. Valth a lu.l Aa I shall cr (f the Url lleallnccbapur-- OI the history, the son. splendid new version of the old translation. furniture and tlnue to keepa'l limeslice serTe tboee araumenlaiid all ih. rxtew-vllw ready at to h.i.lir.i ...... nuisance generally, has partially redeemed to home production, industry and labor Tbe board of trustees of the Garrard This dear slater made our annivt raary mem- Dealing my rerrlcea In the olher capacity IttnPill HI, ij... .h",ri iJteailogen She was sitting in the Capitol without producing or fostering monopofacmlf. J. Ml. fTKI'IIK.N, Ky Kenlutky home, and should certainly i!eowri Female College have purchased the Dun- - orable by giving us 25 (or JIU5) for the ., i Oab Orchard rUb her plug hat lying beside her, when lies. "'ore lurnea. 1 be obtained nowbeieelse for lee, than be book can they paid $6,000. Oospel Tent, though she 4 not in aflluent lap property for which ttj and putting it on bis s.erlal arrange men I with the author, who negro came along balu NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. lemoTrd lo The plot contains six acres of land with a circumstances herself, by sny means Sjch York. ha. walktd cfl. Wary Uw alter him own head, containing eight a gift means a goo J deal of l and 1S.TKSIOK JotawALiKi are After four hours' consideration in large brick building offered loeelber for aad planting her fiat where it would do the regaining her tile. secret session, the Senate ratified the Mex- rooms. An effort will be made to secure retrenchment in household and personal for 13.50. Addrew seat good, succeeded in U. WAI.IOH, enough ruoney to raise the building another eipenses, for hit; but she knows where she "i"iuKjooKiL, Htanlord, Xy Join Sherman has not yet moved to invta ican treaty, 41 to 20. story and to build a large chapel in the ii giving, and ia not a'raid to put out her Evidence is beginning to appear damticate tbe outrage on the man and brother. enterprise is due money Ihtn, at interest in the LORD'S aging to Dr. Chenault, the Superintendent yard. The success of the DANVILLE solely to the influence of Itej. J. B. Peep-l- bintc. I knew that we should git a tent, E. H. BURNSIDE, Occasionally an embenler gets his de of tbe Lexington Asylum, who has done more begging and talk but this contiibution serts. Nathan rrati, treasurer ui n iwuto it was a most In Nashville States Maring, Mass., savings bank, was caughl in shal Speece murdered his ing within the past two weeks than heerer pleasant surprise. Woll - Known ex- This Old iiapproprIatiDg funds and ot being United States Marshal 1B7D did in his lifo. That is earing a great deal, From High Darnel we went to Kiting. Wheat. Hotol Still Maintains ehron- wealthy and influential, was lodged in jail, This is iu the iielern stiouros anu uaa a The little town of Woodstock, Cal., for he is known over the State aa the High where be baa been confined ever elnce. lis wai swept away by a snow-slid- e ic leg jar. He is a remarkable man iu that population of 23,000 largely merchants Tuesday JLNI) waa triad this week and sentenced to four and seventeen persons perished. reaped. He came to our town a few years and of the "West End." Our Manufacturer, of in the penitentiary, which he Is hardof the Methodist con- mission there was in behalf of tbe Y. W. Iti Proprietor is Determined that yean Dr. Lunsford P. Yandell, a Louisville ago to take charge ly likely to serve through as he ia 73 years physician of much distinction, died at 8 gregation. There were only a handful of C. A. and of course confined to tbe gentler it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in tho Stato in its Fare, Doorx, Hiihb, Illlndt., IVIudew of ace. It was claimed at the trial that a P. M. Wednesday of paralysis of the members, the church was out of repair, sex, though a few men straggled in now Appointment,, or Attenthe old man was the sole beneficiary heart. out and it seamed and then, The meetings were in a small aoa of interest was fast dying tion to Comfort of and Door FrHiuen, Mold- would never be aroused. room and only lasted 5 days. Much blessof tbe theft but he has been in parts their Guests. Eighty-sevethousand dollars have that the church for yeara. Immediately-- he set to work to rebuild and ing, a number of conversions, and the way been raised for the Longfellow monument ingm Scroll Saw without a cent in opened for a future meeting on a larger UacKaa-- wtllbe conrejed to aad frosa the de. thousand dollars refurnish the buildinc The bill to establish a Bureau of Statis- at Boston. Thirty-eigh- t six months be had scale may suffice as a brief summary of free of rbarite. Special arrommodatlena the treasury. Within to COBimtrrlal'IraTelera. The liar will tics of labor is very greatly opposed both will complete the fund. Work, Turn- alnaya mpplled nlth the rholreal and republicans in tbe Sen-ale- .' Robert Small, colored, has been nomi- completed the work, had paid for every- the work. by democrats braadiof Llcjsoriand Cluara. thing and had turned over to tho officers Then we went to Krith, in Kent, for 3 There is no need for such legislation nated to succeed the late Congressman 1B I.Btlie Work, beautiful and comfortable church build- days. There we got into the churches aad aa one member aptly suggested, labor-ia- g Mackey, of the Seventh South Carolina a Again he has undertaken a great again, holding services in the Congregationn District The nomination is equivalent lo ing. Trade Mark. MKIlWI.N'NNPECiriC, en are more interested in getting fc'loorlnp;, clUnK,WcHlh- work and our people are under everlasting al, Weslejanand Primitive Methodist chap reduced than in compilation of statis- an election. tTho (treat English Kemedy, In the National House a constitutional obligations to him for the good he has ac els in turn, as before at liexley Heath and tics aa to their condition. la atoMltlTerure for Weak Memo- erboardiiifr, Urcfwcd Lumber amendment waa proponed depriving Con- compliehed in our midst. The college Dartford. Kent is unique in this, if wo of Brain I'ower, Nerroui ry, TTiix Cincinnati Cbmmcrcwf Gazette has a gress of the power of will be opened in September with a large except the brief meeting in Kochdale, Weakness, Kxbauillon, tiemlnal making anything And other urging the Ohio Legislature jou of Inipolency. and General rtroa article but gold and silver legal tender except increaw in scholars. The Franklin Insti where we also had tbe entree of 3 chapels. I'ower of the tieneratlre Orxani; law. It Is a re. .n. tbe benefit of The 3 days at Erith led to an invitation a whipping-pos- t n.l .It illMimM Ih.f ftlnw n. to enact tute building will be sold for after the declaration of war. tutofe UKinj. quenco ol youthful Imprudence or publican paper, but it knowa the demands for 8 days more, and we expect to go there the exceaaol matured yeara, tuth Tr.i. Marie, Prentice Tiller, who stole and got R. W.Lillard'a creditors. in tbe of tbe times. Can't our soloes be made to away with $75,000 belonging again to morrow. Of which place, I can aa UnlTersal Ijwllude. 1'alnTrema-lur- e Vlilun, to the Pacifio Dlmneee hut,Old Aire, of rainy otter dis PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. wait, or are they afraid that tbe advocacy Jixpreea Company Also Dealer, In and speak mora particularly when we reviiit it. at St. Louis, waa cap. ease, that lead to Insanity or Con oraach a law will destroy their political turad at Wichita, Our farmers rejoiced Wednesday to Meanwhile we ae having a three days.' sumption, in all cue of Kemi Is Kana, witji all the prospects forever 7 Weakneea the HueclUc ku like a mlasion at 0 Jewin st., among oar dear chirm, money in his possession. He was making see the sun once more. reatoriuj Joeaor fadlnz Tig. The whisky excitement has struck "Working Women," holding night services, or, glrlnz to the eye a brilliant Thk ratification of Ihe Mexican treaty for Texas, and aparkllag bcaoty, to tbe cheek. meetby tbe Senate is the first step towards free Mr. Miller (N. Y.) introduced a bill Kirkavllle. Tbe women have taken it in in addition to the regular noon-datbe rosy blooom of health. AftsrTaklng. will soon be a local ings, on Thursday. was voted for alike by democrats to suspend the 'coinage of the TMerwtn'a Hpeciflc ia sold by all Drugf lata at These latter we exhand and of course It trade. It , Call on oi or write for prieca. We standard SI per or alx package, for 9. Aim by keep a Urn took and will do our beattopleaae yon asd republicans. silver dollar arid tofprovlde for the issue optiontawn. What would the country do pect to continue regularly, as long as we mall, postage ftee, oi receipt of price. In pricw arVull partlealara In pamphlet, which will be and quality of material. are within reach. The night service have mailed free tottery applicant. Addrcoa without women? Treasury note The first through train from tbe Unit- - of one and all to the sole manufacturer, This end of the county Is fast filling been crowded, with many confessions of the States to tho .'capital jot, Muico'X'eX; iTeiUtedtliaUVniiiare' SIVIIIIA V JMDIIXSK VO., fjCA .vtxa hxic tA c b the Chamber of Commerce of up with tobacco growers. Several families dear name. KanuaC1ty,Mo. peeled to reach its declination next SaturBold In Stanford by Penny A McAIUUr and all (Continued ncilUsu'e.) from Maysvlllf hive come here in the last New York. 20O-Urngglita ercry where. 'Stmi-Jfiflccfcls Interior Journal A novel enirrprie It h iat been inaugprose-cutiorr- u object the ralabliah-raeo- t urated, havitiK for ef a Hebrew settlement for the agricultural pursuit-- . It is under the auspices of a "committee on agricultural pursuits," of "tho Union of American-HebreCongresationa," In 1882 a colo ns of this people settled on government land in southern Kansa. The succeaa at tending this experiment haa given an im pulse to the enterprise. The committee proposes to advance J COO per family, which they argue will pay transportation, the fee for 100 acres of land, materials for a habitation, seeds, farming implements and subsistence for nine months, This thing may work, but it is certainly at variance with tbe whole theory of Jewish economy. Wherever scattered, they have sedulously avoided incumbering theroael vm with landed estates. w e- flrit-rla- x """ ENTERPRISE Grocery. Kentucky, Singer Sewing Machines. 4 TwincaHtcr, d GEO. D. BURDETT cto For Sale Privately! ron-dltl- OO.. . Lately TUB sive Additions Ir d -r rras-nshl- e tit ch-la- Price. "XrVeEttora r -- ca II. II. ISnlcIu in A Co., s -- s pei-w- sl w Stanford Female Fire.Lightning&Tomado LOWEBT RATES rill Aot.,.fM. OPERA HOUSE, n 11 TERMS MODERATE. lvM "'" AiZ !. It. LifoofGco.O.liarnos s, ot KTjsi'irrcxN iiorsE gT-In- " Brst-ilas- a .h. to-da- au'i TM ,1,, 2!5-3m- ""'' pelf-denia- MYERS HOTEL, and its Reputation, !. STANFORD. KY. Propr son-in-la- PLANING MILL COMPANY shop-keepe- rs un-kao- tax-atio- p js Building Material Fnrniing laimber! s n rcr p y pack-afe- two-doll- i pre-par- ed jr DaoTllle, Ky. I Tfi&& jtai-MKhf- e Jntenofdoornal Stanford, Ky., rMIMCTHIMl lf w in Flower PuU lit T. It. Walton' Oaiidkn pefl New York Med potato March 14, 1884 and onion set atT. It. Walton'. ahdst3CK anWcrop ' Peyton Krobry ha MT. VERNdU) DEPARTMENT, jick to Mr. Hubble for aold a 00. C year old received, a lrge and varied of new 'good. Will txcLange : them cheap for 'caah or o untry produce. nor Paihts of Penny A McAllater F. L. Toutnpjon. Lahdiieth garden seed at McRobtrl &Stgg , The county clerk ha issued alout 35 Nick atojk of birthday card at Penny A marrnge limine since January 1, 1884. ' HoAllster'. A gratjnuuibr were lamed in January Jorf. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny than In any month for several year A McAllater nolo went. Mr. Arri'on and fioilly, ot Zinriville, CuMieyour account with Penny A by caih or note. t .. i Ohio, are at Can', Evan' Mr. Arrison UkanI) new clock of every thing in the Ipssxxjmeto make thi county hia home. jewelry line at Penny A McAllster'. He biught-J. ThompaonV farm list winIIotiMr, cattle, sheep and poultry powter for $2,250 der for nale by Mcltobtrta A Blsgg. Farmer complain of the wet weather Nkw shades of ready railed painti for and sty that they are farther behind with pring trade at Mcltoberta A StaggV. their work than iver before at thia time of Watohbj, Clocka and Jeweirv repaired year. Wheut look bid and tcircely any and warranted by Penny A McAllater. $75 I kezf conatantly on haud a fall line of Fob conabs, colds, Ac , um Compound There i great alarm among the cattle oats have been town. Their fieling my In Zro and 50c canned vegetable and frutta which I am He run While Pine. Put ut men of the West in regard to the appear be rxre'ed by saying they arw "down n tMttW Trial site 10c. Mcltoberta A aelllng very low; call and aee for yourself. " ance of foot and ntoulh disease among the the mouth ?Ugg. McClrllan Smith ol Negro Creek, ha 8.S Miers. cattle in Mlaanuri and Kansas. PERSONAL W II. lUrtleaon want to rent a irood, ben arrested fjr stealing a lot if bacon My customer will find me ihl apring Smith' house was heavy stallion to aland on the share, one from George IMnier Mn. am Mm. J. K. Mol'kt, of at tneaatne aland, on Lanoaaler atieel with half fur the other, to be returned at the end searched for the bicou and a lot of cloth are visiting the famtlr t f John M. a full and elegant line of millinery. ing and household goods, which were alii Addrtsa blm at Stanford. of the season McltnWls, Jr. Thanking yon frr at patronage, I til I Muldraugh'a Hill, on which is raided len from a Mr Dbord about a ear ago, Mn. Zaciiehy IIi'oiiM.near McCor-mack- 'a Mm. Kale Dudderar. 2 the Inst peachf in Kentucky, will be a weie lound. Smith i now in j il on bolb church, ated 83 yearn, la slowly depart ti l Kentucky Central train jumped barren waste thl year in that respect, a charge-i- n dt fault of $200 bill. wasting away and will coon The kind the track at Silver Creek Wednesday the entire crop haa been nipped in the bud 't copy from Monday' Courier-Jou- r life, She haa been a cvenlrK and it waa 2 A. M. before it got by the cold weather- .- Eliubellituwn New. nal trie list of claiui uf citizen of Itickcas woman. The sclltn of the city council of Lex tie county which have beeu lavorably Mk. J.C VuoRrxc.r. haa received the here. hiekingof that road, remind ua by the accounting otficer of the U it ! confidently arscrted that we arc ington in forbidding the auctioneering of of train dispatcher at Stanappointment that ford Junction at f IK) per month. Tl ere to have two Iraina each way dally at It tat cattle on the streeta hia practically broken S Treiaurj: It li. Waid, vxicutornl the up the big stock sale that formerly pre- eatateof It P Grtebani, deceaaed, $763 28; are two other dispatcher there and work by the lit. Mary C. Brsgir, administratrix ol W. eight houraeach daily. Willie Ciiehtnut, a negro boy of 12 vailed there. There were but few aale of Mr. Wa. Fair, of the McKlnney yeata, jumped on a switch engine at the cattle there liatconrt day; 60 to 75 mule II Kinly, deed., $18160; Slieliou Pointer, Mn. $100; $Alfred Itedd, cjI , $10; Henry Kedd, neighbarhood, an old and highly eatermed J Juncticn, jfvlriday oenlrgand falling, it sold at $125 to $175. a drop-alcCapt. II T IJuh, auctioneer, report col ,$10; Mrs P J. Smith, adminitratrix ci'iaen. la reported a aullrring from paioed over hii arm nearly cutting it off great age make an the rale of lieu ben Williams' personal lofTlioi.J Hailih, deed, $120. aflfclion. Hit below the elbow. It wawneceaury to amCows of the kind peculiarly critical. putate it and it wai very aucceoafully done property, yesterday, as follow: FRANKFORT, tENTUCAT. cattle at $40; $37 to $70; 1). F. O. Yoi'KU, who recently mov- by I)r. Peyton, Held and Penny. FitANKroKT, Ky., Mar. 12th. The Ex12 yearling at $20 30; 15 shoals $5.05 per ed from Lancaster to Islington to locate Hany Webber A Company gave "Flint head; horse $75; yearling filly $52 75; ecutive and State Central Committee will practice of hi profession, write for the to a friend that hia proaprcta are very A Steel" and a fatce, "Jut to oblige ycailing colt $05 25; hay 48 cents per hun envene in thi city on the 10th inst. to fix lor holding the Stale the lime and iltltering. He I as the rrpulntirn f he Iknaon," laat night In a very laughab'eand drtd;corn$3 25to$.128) per barrel Oth- convention to placedelecale to the nation nd pbytician and we with him well in ol excellent manner. KverybcHly who er article sold wtlL ing a tine al democratic convention to be held atChU attended wa del'shled Mr. Webber i Stockera,f(eienand good shipping c'-CaJuly 8:h. It - believed tliat the con in hia new surroundings. Tiir. Harry Webber Co., confuting of one of the Wat comedian in the buainee tie meet with ready rale In Cincinnati; vention will be called lor the Utter part u Frankfurt will b ace. My and the following persona, aie reiciatered at the and withal a wloleouled, clever gentle- common i quoted at 2 to 3); medium 4 to Col W.C.that Breckinridge and the p Jaa. P. Hon. 6; go(l to exlia butcher grade 6 to C; A McKenzie, Secretary of Slate, have been Si Aanh: Mr. and Mr. Harry Webtar nun ml little Mis Carrie Dillon Webber, Mi. Calesiiaii Clocks Mr O J. Crow, ol common to best shipper 6 to CJ; stockera mentioned aa adininbU selection) for Gordon the Calendar Clock Ci., ahowed u a num and feeder! lo 6 C5 They aie Hog are steady elector lor the e Nellie Strickland Berry, Urnce Marko anu Messra. I! C her of ceilillcate from Mponible Lin- and firm at 6 to 7 40 fir heavy shipper not only good "limber," but aa 'tall" as Free and Annie can be found in the Commonwealth Freae, M L Berry, L. It. Ma.ldox, T. H. coln county parlie who have ben ulnii and selected butchers down to 6 G5 for com Stinuld they mount lie husiinxa the people Lee and Auguatua Webber thee auperior lime piece for five year mon. bherp are in lair demana at aj io ol Kentucky would hear music that has Yearling lamb 5 to 5J. and all of them agree that they are the 0 not gieeted their ear since the day when LOCAL MATTERS." the great "Harry of the West was wont to ever brought to their notice. It give bet COUNTT wind hi mellow, mellow lion ." HUS TONVJLLETLfNCOLN New York State sed polatce. every IM pleasure alo to add that the runie .'aour Col. 'lalbott i Mill nuhtlne away on g been A Owaley. Th rain ol Tuesday pot (he Hanging hi liquor bill. It is now in the "orders of variety Melcalf eriwnal experieoce. Our haa without interruption nd almot with Fork into another phret xy. the day," but will be bronght up axain this The Claire Scott Co., which recently out variauon lor years ana we rrgaru u a are lne Wa. Adam bought the Well ho'el tk. death. saloon keeper been hghting it played here ha gone to piece. The bill ha the si amend- near irfection in it movements is It i properly at McKinney for $2 200 and La I to a to make the license fall upon all alike ed rented it to Sam Owen and Joe Hocler Br.AtTIKUL Flower Pota at T. It Wa- powdble to be. $200 in each case. I seat again, Hon. T. P. Hill. lton'. All the ladle rjiotild we them. The Ladle Chriatian Aid 8oc6Ty ha who proose lo open it under the new I having completely Jr., I in hia from hi se recoveied de- - management on the first of April. with the I ...i .;.. Bw apring lot ol .tinier Ilroe. ahoe for reorcanired for the rummer al,ucl1 ul neuralgia. There is a prevalett notion that the iIib rhurvea termination of paying tfl the large and Th TK.nlnttr.n in sexes jut received allS II. Shank' both dogs is to put cf biibery in the late Senatorial struggle, growing debt of their church. Mr. Cath remedy against sheep-killin- g fcO, IlUTTKR ictnaina aoaice, meal i aUo Bailey ia President; Mis. John 8.. .Murphy. poison en the carcaaaea cf the killed and j which passed the Hnue to'ue day brought up in the Senate. 'f E. A. Blaln, thua victlmlie the dec when they return 'ha not yet been wa to get at 70 cent, corn comniani1 haid Vice President and Mr. added lo lucluue I lie An atueiiutmni One of their The object of the killer ito lap the warm Librarian, Public Printer and Warden' Treasurer and Secretary. of agricultural and ee our lour, blood ss it lliw-- s until exhausted and mm r,w, in ,he inTet'on h money will be Rumor of implement when in town. IWghlACur-ra-n. aehrmea to raise he held at ek another victim. The poisoned csr holtale bnberr at "fsney figure" were which will ioned after the fall to the lot of the innocent dor of 'life ." in the Capital .L- - ..... ! Senatorial . suitable place. The first will be at Mr r t... 1... New apring stock ol lluell Boot and W. P Tate' Tampire cur election, oui woeiner me uuc iiiwaiunrrn when thoae who wUh the neighborhood and the of thedeeperate tljht will ever materialize Geo. II. Ilrucc A Shoe received today. tnaidtna good cause can do so for 15 goe scot fres, ti the view of the outside world ia a "ho Co. Oui former cilixen, E. Bryant, gave of another color " cents, and have a plate of candy and a Col. "B lit'' Brtckiuridgehaiatxautiful Wk have received over 100 mil for the lieapol fuu thrown In. I Our place He is a rail en W'tdreiday. Judire miaslon-- 1 boom lor Conuref in this district arly apring trade. Don't fail to hoc them grip-lac- k now one H tie bind of "Cale' West, of Cf nthians, i reported to Frank Slaole. the Pulaski Cj Geo. 11. Iliutu A Co. aiies and inculcates tbetenetiTolJarv co u's have the hardihiod to tackle the "f liver convicted of murdering three who wa ind notions. Jno. M. Logan and II. C. tmiL'tie'' ai d he inot to be snexd at whn SiiAitrK will move hi gallery to nun for their money and who stands ac revlv-inhe step into a rirp. Heitwaawho made May lOih. Take notice all you cued of a number of other murders and KauOman, of lancsMtr, have teen days among u. such a fine rare fir L'eutenant Governor the memory of other who want good picture. at the Louisville Coneenticn list May after infamous crime, U billed to go hence at Mi." Itachael Carpenter ia visiting in Louis canvas. a few still maintains a still forget that your account Somerset' to day. lie 1'LKAhK do not ville. Cant. J. Ccxatl. of ParkjTille, PreM "Bill" Oe. n. of So ill, loiks liinginbly upper lip andsays he is determined to tell and that wo need the wa due Jan. dent of our Mill Company, is nere on bus'.- over in'o thepilure and hi mouth watei no more than he ha no matter how many ' " ' money badly. Bright A Cur ran. ,,,,r .V ,. V Collins & Myers are proa- ! - ... d n l'c they tell on him, It will be ties. Mer. nnreionl nd .' - every dv I ecting for a location here in the tarpnfrje,dl, oUim ,hHl be ,M ,h, ..ftU W. II. Hiooins haa aome account that seen by the last expieesion that be lim not Cowan fay he da.lT 0f eenius," hut it would be sa'e to will be put in officer' hand for collection insde hia eace, his calling and election try line. Deputy Sherifl haa an attachment for a vourg lady in thi bet that William l not over anxlou lo after April 7tli. !ok out! It may be sure. He turna a diaf ear to religious place. His attempt buck. The lo serve it are unsuc lock horn with the more than he commit and the .Vxwr pronounce him your. Sclt county son hit flBSih cewful Ihua far. Jn. niak. '...i.i i... i .u .t.m too much of a brute and idiot to be held A Handsome- lot of Torchcn lace, HamThe buslneaa of our village i fair, con- - Uurn Rnd he is not coin lo rush into a accountable for hia sin in the next world. burg edging, all branda of bleached cotton sidering the general dullnesa of the season, 'steel trap agMn. .The youne blood hope . at J. and white gooda generally, andaeema to be Increasing from year o togel a new outrici wnere mey caniun i RELIGIOUS. Jarre. Hayden'a. Eld. W. B.CIoyd ha gone to Miller-bur- g year. There ia a question worth censidert The Scalp law. whlrV. pied the House be large thia week by a blp trade might not nj rlty. will have to HrzKKiAH LAin waa adjudged a lo take charge of Kid. Turner's church ing, whether our ly extended by judlcioua advertising. Men run Ihe gauntlet f the Senate before it beand ordered to the aaylum fur a few month. tor Rignev a y he will when in come a law. S He l 30 yraraof age and the catiae of hi Itev. It It. Noel will preach at Crab naturally turn lo the pnbllc prints be ruided in a e;r'i measure bv the views of inaaniiy la unknown. Orchard Baptist church next Saturday at need of any particular article, to ascertain of the ItepreaentM'i-of tl r, un how and when it can be procured. his Senatorial dialrif. M,U i the n lv 11 a M. and on Sunday at the same hour. where, I II a K received a full lire of cloth and merway he haa to arrive at the sentiment of The interest at the Baptist church i With the Urge and complete line of caseiuieres and am now reidy for the chandise carried by our various dealers his con'tituency. decpenine under the earnest and tflectlvo apring trade. Call and examine gooda preaching of ltev. P. 1. Hale and the Stir there is really no need for our citiItupler, the Tailor. 5ETT ADTKBTI8KHEKTK. and style. II. C. e ling exhortations of ltev. J. M. Uruce. zens to go or fend abroad for uppller, and . The docket of the approaching Circuit Crowd gather both at the morning and with their stock fairly preeentcd before j' Court contain five cases for divorce: The night service, and the jwople seem ripe for the public the result would speedily be an increased and enlivened trade. Sjmelody i laat filed U by the ltev. A. J. Daugherly, n glorious revival. The confessions legal numbir 8, Mrs. Ansley and Mr. Johnson a few days since got otT the apothegm: fl3fctM of the Baptist church, who wants a iVcaHbHaafeat f "Early to bed and early toils separation from hia wife Malinda, f n tie having joined since laat report. Will tall If you don't advertise," VmbA!temG&Z3&&gBL. ground of abandonment Mr. J. It Warren hand us the followThe philosophy of thi i better thin the ' ' . r il?s- - y i ing; "I see in your imue of the 11th a poetry or rather it "contains more truth I Court haa The Kentucky Superior notice in reference to the Christian church than poetry." If any one has any doubt decided that if a turnpike company having an organ; also a remark of a divine about thi thing let him test it by adver in the State collect toll on a road that ia of said church, that the opposition grow tising some rpecial article it matter not not In good traveling condition for four out of ignorance and superstition. Now whether selected from hia store, hi workday, the company ia liable to a fine 6f $50 sir, I will just ray, a minister who uses shop, hi farm or hia herd and ho will be each day. The coming grand Jury might such lancuage about hia weak brethren ha astonished to see how soon a call will come. vicinity' with profit. use to aome in thin not the spirit of Christ and ia a wolf in Are we not just a little behind the age in New Diiy Goods Stoiie Mr. S. L. Bheep's clothing. I refer him and all who reference to this thing? There I one other Stallion, will Power, an enterprising looking young read his remark to the following passage idea worth considering in thi connection The fine Imported Norma n of J. M. Wray, mike the at "rink reason of I Ml at the HaMo Ironton.Ohio, haa rented the va of scripture: Acta 12th chapter, Slh, Oth Our population I changing. New cillxjns Cottage," l'a mile from Stanford, man of cant store room under the St. Asaph hotel 10th verse; 1st Cor, 8th chapter; also 14th are settling among u; they need to learn SEASON, AT S15 and will own up a full line of dry gooda chapter Ilomans." what they can do to meet their demand. Oa 125 TO ixsnaa a. colt. moved. Mr. Power Bro. Savage' defense of Apropos to iw nnn n he can eel Stranger from other conntle and other weight hanJa Chimnolsa dark fray, haa been In business with D. II. Carpen Sadieville on our first pge, a correepond-en- t State are looking for homes and they ,000 punJi and It 4 yearsVold the high, of Uy 39ih of the Georgetown Tima, after ataliog should have the meat of learning our r next. Ilelsof fine alyl and action, good In the ter,thc big dry goods merchant at CatlelU- lolni, well ribbed and large body, with burg and is thoroughly convereant wttn that whisky ia the curse of that town, say source and we should tale measures to ihouMit; head and neck well act on lit wai by O. W. StubblBeM' OTTTlf Jlloiinlog-to(tin hualneaa. "We welcome him to our the professed christians are to blame. There put ourselves in communication with them. Imiorud September 14, It Si. 111., is but one chureh near us and that is will be town. We will alao stand at tte aatue plac. our On Baptiat, and they do nothing Let us advertise and the problem xoung jaca Tub Went End of this county waa once toward stopping th Influx of evil, bnt of easy solution. by example. Their encourage it in the habit of exaggerating somewhat In rather BOSTON ! voice against Less thin $40,000 has been distributed A preachera never raise their way of legends and diccrlplions. the immorality, and their preaching I of as to the flood sufferers out of the $100,000 At$10faI.IVINQ marked change ia perceptible now. Since littlu ue a a Brahmin priest's would he. A COLT, Rostou la a Bpproprlatedby.ttieJiCgUkttfw. the advent of a noted conversationalist There U a. ctlcring of other denominabeautiful black, UK The Stanford Intxriob Journal they any better? tion among ua, but are liH nrr bandahlab: waa (old- iH the leaser light in the hemisphere of lying Pee that Methodist, that Presbyterian, that celebrated it twelfth anniversary last ed Nov. 10, U7 and f la ay "Weal JL-.JiEnd," Wl have paled their ineffectual fire and not- CaropbtUite, all in a drunken tuelee, curs- week. Bro. Walton hrs cause to be proud ha by Warrior.. his transition ing, awearlfig'nnd ufinur obscene 'language. withstanding the shock of tb,e dtmby Jim l'orter. firatdam riboo Kly, a Mamof so able aqd sprightly a pape as the moth and Warrior Jck, are Idling llio truth with heroic persis- Oh, shame on auch representative of Chri?Jt-1VUA V A irAKKFIh'LV. Joursal. ltichmond Herald, stianity. tency. "r-Ju- LOCAL NOTICES! ' er Capt. U. F. Powell aoldtn J Q. Montmule for gomery a pair of A cameo ring, Aiewnrd will be IOHT. Eiriy jellow and pure white seed paid If left at this office. O.C. Keller. corn for aale by T. Porter, Gilberta' LouT-f- 40. a The under will be liberally Creek. One hundred barrel of corn on the rewarded by returning (t to Arttmaaia mile fmm McKinney, for sale by pike Chcatnut. J. 8. Murphy, Jr. Funxit lot Biund Bosom Shirt and Two Gale Chilled plow at a bargain Crown Collnm and Cuff Just in. Geo H to cloe ont. T R Walton, comer Main Hruce A Co. " and Somerset street. We can aell you canned good cheaper The Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce than any orft If you do not believe it come haa adopted a rule making 68 pounds of Melcalf A Owsley. and aee our price- -. ear corn a bushel, instead of 70 ponnda a Wx are opening today our apring (lock heretofore, W. Vi. Amoh haa aold hia of Geo. J!. Ziigler! fine shoe for ladle, (les. II. Drue A thoroughbred bull, which waa advertised mlsae and children. In thlft paper, to a Ituaaell county party for . Co Managtd bf Jno. B Fish. Born, on Tuwdav moroinit laat, to (he wife of Jaine Mra', a daughter. Her Dame iU f.0. i(Mona. J PLOWS! PLOWS ! PLOWS f 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 Reliable Hamilton Plow, with its new improvements. Also sole agents for the Frist & .Bradley Sulkey Plow. This plow we will put in any man's field and try it against any known sulkey plow and let him decide who has the best plow, look at it and the price. Also a large lot of Timothy and Clover ana seeci uats. v e carry the largest and most complete stock at the "lowest living pri ces ol any farm m Stanford. THE largest stock of Plows ever brought to Stanford. Sole e, hard-worki- il at-ta- n ld iuie-at-Urg- e. run-nin- '" -l intlili BRIGHT k CURRAN j di-pl- old-fas- candy-pulling- !.! Win-cheat- g dy' ll R, WA1T0N, v1lf lt. .! " 0f;,. "" ',,,, J) on M GROCER, E-- e CHAMPO I J' UB' t- u?jpSPJBB3sBBIWsB COR. MAIN THE & SOMERSET STS,, - n, ry . ' " ' . . , . m I, ! ..io wti ft STANFOBU, - KENTUCKY. SL Stanford. Ky., M How to Hold Him. trek 14. 1884 METHODIST CEHTENMAL. Church, South, Proposes to M. Celebrate the Great Erent. This year, 1884, is n great and notable onu In the annul of American Methodism. It will witness the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the Methodlat Episcopal Church on thia continent and is certain to rnve a year of unusual activity d ml profound interest throughout the of that powerful tlenon.i-natio- n borders of christians. The grand historic facts relating to the beneCcent character aal wonderful nchievemenU of Christianity throuch the oresnind plans and doc trine! of Methodism during its pathway through this century of its existence in America, are truly phenomenal, as ao world's leading mind-- , . knowleded by the and u one of the grandest problem., of the any ages. With more communicants than body in America, it is a other relUiom natter of interest to briefly review some of with the facts of general Interest connected of the Methodiil Church. Bethe history , it has and fetblcncs-ginning iu a most woneverywhere achieved for move, derful success This greU religious n immediately or remotely, so went ha an impulse to christian feeling and profession on all sides that it lis come to pre-eitself as the starting point of our modreligious history. ern In 1781, the yeir when the Methoditt Church w.n organized in Biltimore, when Coke and Asbury were ackr.owiedeed and set apart a s Sjperintendents, or Hishop', treach-ers.G- t there were only 14,933 members, 83 huildiugj, no missionaries church within the and no institution of bsueiJs ot tin denomination. ;J But from of that tisae until the present the growth has been almost incalculable. Methodism This result was achieved by men who can well bj denomintted heroe in the loftiest nense of the word. Accep'inz the Motto of Church's founder John Wesley-th- eir "The World is my l'arish," these meo of of God traveled ever Stale and Territory country, preiching the gospel our great with power and in demonstration of the Spirit builJing up the Church. Their enthe tire singleness of purpose in apreuliiu has been their prominent cSsricUr-iatiGvwpel and today American Methodism numbers within her varies branches 3,mjiubirs; tI5.319 traVilini; preac00.1721 32,000 her' unJ 31,714 local pr.a-her- -; church eiifkes valued at 5l03.(WJ,OUU; "J03 institution, of.leirnin,',: einbracinsj univerpchoole; sities, college', seminaries and high in foreign in 1832 had 433 missionaries fisl'dVeantfrom A merle i, besides I 000 during that year contributed fortheciussof foreign mUsions the sum How the wide-extende- lf iv-e- I called recently on a bride of a few months, early one nnrning, and found her pouring the brea'tfast coffee for her husband. Sho was fairly submerged in the robe, and on foamy billows of a her head was a cap of more intricate construction than I could clearly describe in half a column. After sho had kissed htr for the dty and we were spouse gcoi-by- e alone in her boudoir she throw oil the head dress and changed the elaborate gown furs plain one. ' Hood heavens rati" I said, "is it possible tlmt you achieve such a careful toilet simply for your husband?" Safe lo bet on it." was the reply. "You mean to marry sometimt? Well, take my advice. When you haveouce taken a husband, keep him. Don't let the charm of Lc broken through your own carelesniss. The great danger, don't you see, is that the sameness of one wife, right along, will tire him or you, Now, you cant ellct any actual changes in yourself. Whatever novelty of peraon you present uius' be extraneous, Isn't that so?' I Kuetsit is." ltralt T 0,1mA In thn rnnnlnainn thfit tile time tonhow myself in new aspects to tuy hubby was in the morning, I have made it a point to get a great numbir of odd tot-lt- t ti appear in before him at bieakfenf Turn captures him nnew every morning, makes me think about him all day long and br ne him back to uie at night an ar. dent lovtt." sea-gre- Long- you sail to me, Street, A glorious Uogiloci before yon Um " Ton pointed It cut to my willing feat, You lis Med tho way wlthyoor lOTlog syni ii:muihi,i: stork room nder the St. Asaph Hotel, now o cupiud . Wraren. Call on or addreui Or For Rent! Jt.V.roitTMAS. 1IKXK Y MIA "3I1J saw n. nURiiKTT. PB'lFKSMOIW, J. w. niewie, & WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED.' Runla In Sheep, and Turkey Bindings. IjjIB. Many th triumphs tho yean haro brought! Keen tho pleasures, hut keener the pita, I stand by your aldo in tho realm ot UiODgl An J 1 aaktnrself, It It lots or gala f Vou gtte to me generous mow uf praise. You give to me honor anl trust, I know! But you think with regret of my tlmpla wyV Sly fond unwisdom of long ago. .vri'oiivKkrs .viMvwi MT. VKltSON, KY. IJI-ly- DUUDBTr DROWN, r VtillJMA X, new VNABItmHi-'-- IT'IMT K eeps-ore-t OKDItfAATCE. ALEX. ANDBllBON, A.T TO It NI3 Vf A.T lTJCWT" DANVILLE, KY Will practice In the Courts of Uarle and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. yCiW XBH ,rU ''"" i TDIOTIONAFttfttimCVEHh Though I speak with the wisdom, or gods' A4 tMft (Thla tho bitter that ipoUl tho IffWt), I know full well thatnorer again. Can I stir your pulse by a single bolt, Tcu are not to blame. There U naught to M HleV Eser by fate U our planning crossed. I did the best I could, lovo leJ, For tho sake ot winning what I UiTO lost, Carlctta iVrry. IT ORDAINKt) I1Y THE HTY COUNCIL Or ranvor, n. riaix. lftt. That It ihatl be unlawful for an? person In A.t A.t HilfW, In any Iioum Iu the city at unollmo And Maater Coniniluinner IVckeatle Circuit Cour. oore tliau filly oun. ofiiun irilar. V :.MT VKIIKOS, KY. Id. That any perm cmlclrl ol a vlo'atlon Will prartlc In lh Courts. bla Ordinance ahall l flue I not lri than life do Ortlre In Court-hou(1VI ira nor more than twenty & re dollars Mr rac j. tornssy VTXiX NipnneVrhster Wale -- TILE STANDARD. s 3000 and a New lllocrnplilcnl Dlrtloiiiirr. Stsnlanl In flut'l I'rinlini; illce. Kiiifi-nvltiK- It Mas 118.000 Vnnla, lyTTT' X JEJLXi .nTiOJL. au.OOO copies In l'ul.ll. llenxt. J- -t su d. This ordinance aliall JXO.J. Jlrlttntl'.ltrs,' HUUOJJOOi OliNTIHT, HTANKOIH). KY. Oly Clerk. Ortc takse-r-r- t from Hi pas- LEE T. HUFFMAN-- . X Ormil Combination INTEmOif outh Mi Main Htxeot, two doors above the Myers Hotel. PuroMtroui OxM (laa adulnlitered when required. t lirll. for NCIKILAItS, TllVClll'ltS andht'lMMUX. Welwler la Standard Authority wiUi tho I . H. HtiirrninCtiurt. Itmv.nmn'iidid by t!,. Mut Huii'U ofHchooU In 00 Htal.'. M The latest edition, Iu tho ouantlly of nutli-- It contain, In bollorcd lo bo tlie laruoit Tvlumu publltheil. It has DOOO more Words and nearly three lime the number of Engraving iu nui oth. r Aiuin can Dlrtlonary. r 3 vQ'lnl,lt'nvikiaI''niiilly 0 to 1 nf any other srrlea Ihtrllliii-nl f A LIBRARY IN ITSELF." nt mt. w. n. PBNrry, Et'Sergea ttntason a a Show, JOURNAL THE tSMltlMt. Can I fay n word about Sergt. Mason? 8TANKOHD, KENTUCKY. And the Loulitllle papers The sight of his vulgar phiz in the Offl-orr UiSt S I.Ttli's store. Office hour ai and on handbill fills me with an emotion from 4 to 13 a vi. an l US v mlnlatere.1 nvcetiarr. that must oil'. Are we to confound nil our One year for only 83 two ptneri for little more ttnn the price of one. standard of m.inlines, of decency and of honoi? Here is a "broken" soldier, who, By I'arlnK ua3 you will ircelTe for ona year waiving U questions of discipline, did one your Iijiiii- - mcr with Hip ( the of tiie NjjIIi, d tiiocrt-- o nllr riri'i-A ilirlc r 1, ?Tir-o!- l with b'ai 'c noe of the ui'Hi c iw.vd'v udiim a soldier could and r.ir a land for reTcnue untf, and th tint, LUieral rewarl rr bitrlurn to we. with intent to t.r 'i t . t mid aldost 'amily nwl T In the I mtnl d) turr.sdand fired upeii, .W 4 T. ,f btn'rd 1 hi who ililre to naming namle murder, mi in nruie I n I helplsss creature ii.nr ftht- - oii'lrr-J- i :rt)lea do i at thl oth and whtse penned within the widls f a c- -t to the Uw. life was hlready c'eirly a foifi-i(5 ir 2Cu oi e fflt more kef lily f"r field than I did, bill he 'ac i that this felCD low Maon has bjeu run as a kind of a sidi', be used show, if such an expression can e Weekly Courier- - Journnl outlfr-Joumnl, ntaitr r to tlir 1 Ane-thrt- lr in 'I.M-1-- t t.i. rf t.i, J. Ill jil t 1're-idc- nt KOSTETTEfc CeAV B38S' &EBM o Da w Editi .n brinici it fairly up to Jit, Tmtx, Junr, ISSt Tho l'uitridKed Is now .iiiirlU.I, i in. JiiIiii I.. Motley, Uta-O- . Ilallcck, II. II. Smnrt, l.aru AIiImiI, it in. T, Ilurrla, " It has all al .ti kr,t .liti'Hial - & ., Utra.X. WAltMLY INDORSED BY eurh lilulinulliorlllcans Om. lUnrroft, H. i;u,rrnn, e II. I'rrscott, .loliti .. lioln rainll .- Jtlannnrrr-iirmen- t anil rrllnbln chool. a Kemp P. llntlto. ('almt; 1. u. I ll.i - J. l, MoIIiiikI, .iMitif-T. VMxU, eio. Mwr.li. s yr. . II.. It,..hlitlt r, r. lt I I ftvaliiaMe and time mtIdk Ineeuii. n. " the lni in. t.t l'i - I . I'nt l.isl..t ii..t In av l.uu Ir.-.- l 8.AC.MERRIAMA C0..rubrs,H(,ru . PATENT REFERENCE INDEX, ,(, with lillXMi.Si n i rret.t iii m. i'J !l,fo c, Anniversary of the Organization of ths Methodist Episcopal Church in America' which will occur in Baltimore on Due. 27, great and proposes to commemorate the with event throughout Its entiri bounds and by raising funds for .nitable services I educational purposes, Church extension and which the missions, three noble objects to liberality of the Cnurch will certainly Two millions of d llars is the sum s and proposed to be raised for these objec ba accomplished there tbat this purpose can o should be no doub'; it win cenamiy noi Cnurch exhaust the treasury of this strong a iu nearly 900.000 members. ilh Interesting to our readeis to It may be jecouui what American Mrtoodism has h"- hitherto aWjuiplUhed on her cciiteimry ic is up stairs out and father olhora do ncX unions. We first revrrl to the CVmei nial Carter' Littlo L'vf TUla are very email and NOT COIIUECT, rheumatism in the tegs." . mm a., .i... Rrat Xttfthi.diiitSocietv was Trryeojytotake. Onflortwoplllainakoadoed. na mc u.o. Ol lO.lH Th-- y era itr'.ct'y Ttijtiablo and do not prlne or "Both leg-?- " asked George. Nuveui-- ' Deacon Richard Smith's Cincinnati action plraro all who funned in Lmdon in the month of rurcN but br thHr I umjthem. In'aUatcTit: flo fortt. Bold 'Yes, both legs." cr acat by mau. bit 1739, so 1839 became properly the one Qazcttc says thnt tho women dress toe; by cruaMts wirywnae, "Then I'll cqme in a little while." s,.iii, M.r of Mthodism. It was ac hastily, and that " tho inodist.-- declare i C.V.UTL'1?. 3iri)ICTNE CO., JfOlT York. Ameri-ca- . "Philadelphia Call. that women should take more time tc cordingly celebrated in Euiope and THE LOUISViaE WEEKLY is, according to U. P. Consul During tbat centenary year, with a put on their garment)." Den con Hmith, membership of 749,210, Including colon d you just want to havo in wait for u Ballou, is'largely esten in Alsace; the retailand Indian members, the Methodist Church woman to get ready to go to that train ers sell the choice cuts for about Sets per piioaitnssivc, poici.aii. A large quan-tll- v in America raised ?GOO,000 for missions, in order to get over such notions. Jioa-to- pound; for ordinaiy, Gels. menufacture of saustges The Cheapest and Bot Family Newspaper la for the support is udin the Pott, educational purposes and tho South preachers and the widows, All horses ere, before and after being killof the worn-ou- t ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. XEVEll TK1A, A T.IK, found ed, liven a strict examination and if children and orphans of preachers. The All 'kiputmni rhillrrii's Never fail to tell the- truth. If truth- iu any way d sensed are rejected. The price Corner thn Newj raisr'omplvte lirkt !' porufSrrklmz liil. Wesleyau Methodists of Great Britain dollars for similar ob- - ful, you get your reward. You will tu of this meat renders it possible for unny Un. j Thrilling St"r;eJ. ed over one million surely recoivo pttiushmoni if you de- ol the working people to have meat occa INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, ToOUinJ Vvnjal.k.'. tv:U r ' for It. JeThe next Methodist Centennial event was ceive. But then it would seem that sionaly upon their table, which would othcommemoration of the some persons will lie, when tlte truth erwise be impossible. The consumption of in 1300. It was in nreicuing fetvices held in would answer th'.ur purposes much bet- - hone tlesh is principally confined to the s,t TH-by ( tor It jg mucli oasior (0 hju tinn j,0 working classes. The flesh of thirty horses this country in ..176G and was cehbrated 1 Sllfl I fM...rnti in Strasbourg. v,..v... )he Methosttsi episcopal true uunsiinu, j'ou Know. is eaten every week in EJucation and Church extension were the The French inventor who some time ago Dn. CtrrTEit says thnt the increaso ol great objects of their benevolence and pilented a machine for the use of concenwas suggested as the amount lo be uenous diseases, decaying teeth, trated solar rays as a general motive power, baldness ntid general lack ol raised. The result was a magnificence, has set up three of his machines in Algeria $8,709.-489.3- 9, amounting to s muscular and bono strength are greatlv the for the French Government. He is now or mora than four;times the propos- duo to the impoverished quality ol lloiu cirryingon his experiments at the Wand ed amount t the outset. now in use, tho gluten being throwu of Porquerollee, near Hyeres, in France, The successful celebration of these two uwny hi order to make tho Hour white. where he is thrashing corn and raising wa- certainly former centenary events should IIo urges tho uso of unbolted flour unc ter by the action of the sun's rays. It is encourage our Southern Methodists friends of eggs, uiUk and butter. IIo dentei how much work he is able to actotheaccumplishment of the noble deeds that fish is brain food or that Agassi not stated Plough. complish. ughtto they have essayed. Such a past ever said that it was, aud claims thai At Bsthsny, Pa , recently, Thos. Avery, an inpiration. be butter, being nearly all fat, is a bottoi while shoveling snow out of his yard, disLai juit kind of brain food than any othor. Sk.i SpACisa TvrR.-Th- ere covered buried in the scow a hen which he t OKTX-- Y issued by the United States Patent been Klektu The New Waterburf had misted for ten days. She had pacted ft,,- - hnitnmi, d'iral I. Watch, Stem Wuvlln, Iwrfoct Lynn B. Benton, ni wrrnle. to keep Tub French people, as a nation, know Office at Washington, lo snow down and msde a rot in the s'ze of time. 1ILTAII. rillLK TllH '" OKLD OVKH, S3.M. new stjle of very little of foreign literature. Until the FOR of Milwaukee, a patent on a basket. Beyond the lot s of flech THE COMMERCIAL ONLY ONE YEAR AN0 THIS WATCH FOR $3.60, THE TWO within tho past iiftocu years Scott one a bushel by the inventor type, called long fast, the hen was un FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. be 13yrou wero almost tho only English au- incident to her The inventor claims that it can typa The WMerbury Watch Compsny ha ,i Nminml rcpi-tion fir nuking tho lat clieap Watch In tin- - Wurll, less time than the tyj e thors familiar to them. Taino has prob- harmed. et up in on lxr. run Jeriold, editor of the Punch, not mi I. writ from 119 Ftctorjruitlout Itlining T, hours Blancturd for rum nd carefully rfgubtf.l, the additional speed in ably doue moro than any one to enin general use, with one win'liiig, and will lut for j'ars. at London. away lighten them in tho matter. So This i th Karmrr'a Watch, tho Miner's Watch, the little wai is dead composition to be gained by doing Laborer's Witch, the Dot's Wntch, the tklicwl uirl'a makes his known of German literature that Thousands Say So. Watch In fact, jTerjbo.lirj Watch. :.. ;.t!flnir. Mr. Benton whet Upon remlpi of t1.50 fay regtalcrp--l letter or menrjr 152 Non- Mr. T. W. Atkini, Qlrard, Kaoaai, writes;"! onlvr, the Watch will an impostor translated Schiller's "Mark never besltata to recommend your Electric Bitten with chargea prepaid, be forwarded by mall or riptrii type in units of such a size that and the COlfMKKUAL will U cu pareilina line mane Stuart" aud passed it off as his own h to my customers; tbey giro entire satUlacllon and mailed rcgularljr for one jruar, postal free. Brevier, 133 cf ANOTHER OFFER. are rp!d .tilers." Eloctrlo Bitters are the purest was not for eomo timo found out. as will also 130 of Minion, Every one For a Clnb twelr Habwrlbers to the WEEKLT and beet medicine knon and will poiltlrely cure COMMKIICIAL cfand (12.0), thu of Bourgeois, and so on. 120 ifHUt up of the Club Kidney and LUer OmplalnU. Purify the blood will Lo ixearnlad, all chartrVs prpaiJ, wlih on of tba divided by eight A ivazy boy was complaining that his oftheeennmberscanbe W'atciiM, which and regulate the bowels. No family can aflord to Biid (or sample will coal 13.30J aajrwlieritaiij nver j whr. inventor claims bed was too short, when his fatlier eopWn anj g to wark, them. They will save hundreda of withouta remainder. The ,l8e,f ,and baDlBh sternly said : " That is becatuo you are be withoutdoctor's bllla every year. 8old at 80a a THE COMMERCIAL In dollars ihattlhUtpe'PIca the chance. gets b'otle by I'eooy &. McAllator. 10UIJVIU.E, KY. IhrU em pacea-l- fit always too long in it, air," $551,474.41. The M. E Church, South, has prepued Centenni-a- l to join in the celebration of ''Trie l, technical difliculty interfered with a Connecticut wedding. The couplo took out a license for a marriage do more than half work. p: i mil.One day there apt eared in his shop a intended to take place iu nn adjoining loop, lank ulster, town. Tho clergyman struck tho wed- Icnir. lank individual, in a ding party aghast by announcing the who took quite an interest in finish blunder, but then suggested a trip afoot He was especially pleased with tlie iTTir. ing. He came nmund to where Mir Iriend acrosi tho boundary. Tho knot n.s acir s' was at work, and alter watel ing his cordingly tied in tho woods, by tho light for a mortenl, he said: of lanterns. Plf. "Are you re at the busings? ' "Xel What make you think I'm ne?" irur us vidxit iceciviwcate. A gentleman perceived a mason dis- hastily asked our friend. Nothing," raid the lorjj, 11 k man puting with n young nian. This lattor plessantly, "onlr that I thounht iou having soundly shaken tho tho TIcV. ricadsrho tnI rt! it" all troMr mason raised a formidable niler, which didn't work a fast as the others." m, the "Festasthe othert!' gMfd our fiiend. d it t in b.L 'Uaatat of is. l.rr is anc lias D.a after atinif, was in his hand, and was nbout to deal aiies, N'anixA, Urovrnn ' ,a "that Pa tin thoSlde, 4c. thf'r rnot remark-ab- l tho youth n terrible blow full in tho face. "I'll bet So," he adJed with rpm'. J tuccasa has (xrn ihcis a In curing than any other man To ward off tho blow was for tho gentle- I can finish more hats p." man only the affair of nn instant. Im- in this she A few days later the rapid hat finisher mediately tho iiinwrn turned his rage Jl'aj'achr.rct Career LrerrnisaMi3tl!r received word that his petition was reagainst him, and, although disarmed of Tluabln In L'ouUii.l!oi, c rxa and rrtTrotini used. u lo thoy ale.) correct thia annoying lus ruler, used his fists to good effect, in the rll d'onl.TJ of tho afomach, it The long, lank man in the lorjg, lar.k andrivulalathebowc'e. jjvvaattmi 'at only euro! If thty pummeling tho new comer. Finally ilia ulsler was a detective in the employ of the polico interfered and led tho belligerent Danbury News. Tension B irean. mason away. Furious, tho gentleman He West I.v. Tney were standing at Ache turned to tho young man, whom ho had to thoaewao complaint! but saved from a frightful wound and diafig. the front gate. "Won't you come in the psrlor and sit sio onca try them will find the little pllle uromout, and demanded, severely, why, In o many wa re that tht-- will not I willing alittU while, George deal?'' in his turn, he had not lieltxl tho one to do without' hem. Dut after all alckucad replied George, "N no, I guess not," who had helped litm against tho quarrel-somTho young man Ioneted mabon. "I wish you would," the girl went on. his eyes piously, as ho said : " What 's "It's awfully lonesome. Mother has gone Is the liano cf tto many Uw tvat curj whero we raUo my hand against my father?" It whuo LoaaU Our groaning with inaka our similar dis-eas- I'.QtTAT, TO TIIK KilEUOESCf. A father started for tho "West from Maryland, with liis daughter, to get her away from tho young man whom sho wanted to marry. Thoy btopped nt Harper's Ferry to chnngo trains. Tho father loft the girl in tho wniting-roowliiJo ho went out to mnil n postal-car- d informing his wife that the journey was proceeding satisfactorily. When ho re turned sho was gone, and, when he found her half nn hour later, sho waa married to tho suitor, who had followed closely with a marriago license. Tho licenso having Leon issued in Maryland, the ceremony could not ho performed on tho Virginia sido of tho river. To cover this point, tho lover hnd stationed n clergyman on tho Initlgo, and to him they lost notim in hurrying. A ought to takingc U'fMiui lb sympithy presiI ave gone entirely to tl.e umrd.-rtdent, dividing and il'stiarling public attention and Ktealing a share f it by I is attempted crime. N.w, with the aroma nl the penitentiarv, which he richU dceived. hauping about h's gifmciits, he is paraded under the mil.tsry title he di'srsced, at 10 cents s peeu. as a "hero." Miod stve the majkl) It is twn said that hi- - wire ami innocent little child, for whom sufficient ve them from nil to money was ral-cwant, are lo lie drui'gsd into the infamous (Shibition. Are there i o men with maiili ness enough to prevent such an outrage, or will not an enlightened pres hiss it down? Washington Cjr Philadelphia I're.s d Q 1 CD B CD P w tu O P O h" cro D Cfq c-- t- Oh O O 5CD Q '2TC01VON KOUXE." Railway. LINK CD Louisville, New Albany & Chicago h o o Cf P p P c-- P t- cf fii cd CD CD CD CD Ui CT- S c H TIIK Pull man rr OXI.V ltlNNIN( Palace TO I'n-w- Oars I AMI .SOLID TWAINS LOUISVILLE i - Uran. In tlmel.i ITTEBS Tlio Want of n Itetlablo Diuretic. n i s' miKir wlun c ' if tho m m 'h- r i v i'h t t ri t itrs t mi, I b wae Inijr llstitt r'a incc fc.MM' I la - fii- n. 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" ' TAKE TIIE- - I I t j OHIO & MISSISSIPPI A, W. KOa TIIK- - No. t. No. 1. No. IS. A SFIEiraiD OFFER . ,.,... pre-inutur- thaok-cirjring- S3.50, g one-thir- d iji 1 and Parlor (ara to Cincinnati " t and an to ClrirlnnnH Washing-tu- n, a in ii 00 ti iu Prls llaltlmore, Philadelphia and Now Vorlr.wlth-ou- t " Winchester... l'i 3 p iu 7 40 pin changi'. 2 0) p in 8 SO p UI.I2 Zip in " Klchruond I 'JO p " Ijinratler I 00 p iu in j 4 10 p iu Arr. Manlord June S 00 p m Northwietand Muttisioit, with Palace No. IT. No. I. Noktu. I No.S. I an on night train, LojIitIHb to Ht. l.ouli, Lre, Mtanfurd June i) 09 a in 12 A3 p in " .... 9 40 a iu 1 Al) pui " Iilcbuiond.... A 10 a in 12 26 pin 3 4)pm " Winchester ., 7 00 a in 2 0) p iu Arr. Pari "Mam 2 A3 p III) fr0"1 i"Uisvilli: to A 4U a in 12 39 p m ... Ltc, Majsvllle ... INUIANAPOLIS.tlll " Carlisle.., 7 10 n m 1 CS p in ... the Niirth, xllli Hajr Coaches an t In- .iiiiifrauurg . 7 ao a ni i opiu... clining t lulr Cara Ihroiigh wlihout change. 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No. Sand 4 dally betwoun Itlchmond, Lexington nadranceo change.lln.i., thereby Louis 2 hours other more and Corlngton; all others dolly except tiundar. tlmefor making change ot cara and eccurinir first getUng choice oracau In cars of connecting line. Lve. 1 1 " Carllilo Arr. JlajsTlllD. L. Mllleraburg, " Ltd. CoTlnijtuii ... 7 II a " FaltJiouth.... 'J U a Crnthlatia . 10 in a IU M Arr l'atl l,ye Paris II tM a II 11 i Arr. I.ntiiii'toii. Paris ..... iu 1 41 p in,.. . iu t li p m ... ui 5 H p iu ... 0 00 p til. . III ui fi 00 p iu la A to p m 0 00 p m, 8 70 p m 6 19 8 li) p m, East, West and North rnw ., pir "r,anS HNHNNATI. the Vl oft 'rSHr.LOUIHandlheVe.t, lO Hours SZ10 r.n,l,rS IlHi THIN un -., Special Rates to Umigrants. For tickets, rate and Information pcrtalulng to tlsu, conuectlona, Ac, call on or address W. B; McnOBEUTH, Aoknt, UUnfdrd, Ky. C. U BltOWN, O. W. BKNDEft, HnperlntcuxUoL Ooa'l Paaa. & Frt. Agt OKO. n7MeKINNKT,TraT. 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