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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884032501 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. Semi 'weekta ntefinf lonfmat VOLUME X.-NUM- BBR 510. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 25, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 235. m t) m i mm i sell- - MPAlVIES, f sjbJTTTTVJDJbJx I will begin to jNJtvCJEsL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF 22 S4: CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, gC, S DAMAGED BY WATER AT THE LATE FIRES goods Don't let this chance slip, and call early to avoid the rush. In order to give all a fair chance, no goods will be sold by the bolt or in a lump. Stanford, Ky., March 20, 1884. Tcqr and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, I a At appraisers' value, which means 50 GENTS ON THE DOLLAR. D. KL A S S APHORISMS. net fotDMd, u noU at Dr. Otto Kremmtl, .i Opposite Myers House. of OottioeD, who BIO G 11 A PHY. I have received o "hp.cit. waa wa aa w AAA UUW lUUl Ul 1UUAK t.hp www ill t.hfi TYIA'rk'flt. , nrt in af.rlp n ti rl wWn lTHo . vm-vPinn- make second to none in city or W. RllDleV LI'.y. CriVA Tllfi a trial J3-- . o.nn CQvmZji. ' Daniel Boone wm lorn in Bucks county, Ta,, on Fob. 11, 1735. Wbon 18 years old bo removed to North Cro-- 1 In 1769 be Una and became a farmer. set out with tire otliera to exploro the xhbj bonier regions oi . nemucay. i i I I r - U". . I ii' 'Tr.---wa3 oeeau, rv logama; aiacontoiale and are J ua, Abb v of the Atlantic, the text, "All ffeeh i a gra. lie fcte n diwuniurT ret oat inottttr, Ukouf I'.cificand Iodiaa oceant at 194,785,425 morniog it groweth up and 0ouriltev is NEWsr-iranare techera of disjointed quara siilti asdllie total laptrfielM of all the evening it ia cut down and withers,1 thinking. Dr. Jtuih. the mm on the globe at 221,915,905, while Listkh to conscience more than to in- the total tuperficlM of the eoatiaeota aad A youth is under arrest ia PhilaiilfcMn toHocU (aland he uta at 31,354,050 tqtiare mil'. charged with tealir money from h F. W. JloberUon. er and geese from the neighbors for te. U i, i,,Children are brought np on bottle, but purpose of purchasing a wedding rkg for of a ha bn inTctijatia(( the ttitaatM the inparfieiM ana Some of the early presidential ' r.,M - m, :. i- -,t Tiik symbols of tho invisiblo aro tho men are brought down on them. hi sweetheart. Indians, but escaped. They wore' Lira is bo abort that it is tho worst of stuphlitlcs to Wo an hour of iL-Ous- WALL PAPER, TRIMMED &READY TO PUT ON, iaoKOJS:jtc.-x- OIM2RA. MOUSE . 'Tho Furst ,or nil, wiui uriiiia-sm uiu n;;'", ' 'God gives us to see tho right, let u. De' Druggists and Booksellers, btrivo to finish tho work wo have begun. troit. IIo found favor with his captors, ILincoln. fam- wawns adopted into ono of;their ISI-OUIllCn, wiui imn vj ..w DISCltKKT DKAl'XKSS. iiacovcruiJi for an Indian attack on British Peoplo who openly boast that then ho contrived to oscapo and set eyes and cars nro always oien mako n AND- out for tho Kentucky settlement, which great mistake. It is unwiso to bo too ,ho reached in less than live days, observant ; and it is just as well if we supposing that ho aro conveniently deaf at times. There family, His nan reiurnou w norm aro so many things which it ia painful was ueau, A Full and complete ttRsforl incut of Furniture, embracing er Carolina; but ho at onco put tlio to hoar many which wo ought not to crythlng from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. N FOB THE- garrison in order, and successfully hear very many which, if heard, will clllcn to make your purchuscs, no matter the attack, which was soon made. disturb tho tonipor, corrupt simplicity need to no to the his family back to and modesty, dotraot from contentment mint quantity or quality you want, as I can and will duplicate n 1780 ho brought any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight beinj; added. Also Booiiesborough, and continued to livo and hanninoss. that overy ono should be assortment of Collins, Caves, Shrouds and Itobes, cmbrao there till 1792. IIo lost all his posses-lion- s educated to tnko in or shut out sounds, a full iiiR all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware in Kentucky for want of a cloar according to their pleasure Wo gain St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. title, and rotired in disgust into tho much by so wiso a course If all tho opposite Thero he died potty tilings said of ono by heedless or wilderness of Missouri. it Charetto, on Sept. 20, 1820. In 1815 idlers woro to bo brought his remains woro exhumed, and dopos-,tehomo to him ho would becomo a rucro ! with appropriate ceremonies, in walking stuck full of sharp tho cemetery of Frankfort, Ky. romarks. It wo would bo happy, when IPHARMACISTS" "I hTB a fearful nore thro&t thl Tn. among good nion, wo should open our oars ; when among bad mon, abut thom. inp, AdolpliUB," said Celeste to her lateU -J DaULEKS IW muh, who was gmngher moro tifff than it is not worth while to hear what our what Drugs, Books, neighbors say nbout our children, would load an expreu wajjon. "But, Artlcloa. that hwnothinc to do with what I our rivnls about our business, our dross, : Pbjiycltni' pretcilptioai Accuratelj compoali. have been telling you." "Yea, Adolphun, or our affairs. This art of not hearing, Alio by It has." "In what way, angel?" w.' Nm Otmwy WTC eJHKeV A 1f MIIXWOOD FARM. Bfar. IS. 1SS1. IWallow all that ntulT-- that'n knw "I can't though untaught in our schools, k Wo JEWKLEIISf no means unpracticed in sooioty. y between the Fitrnt & Hradley, chant Traveler. l a trlnl en my farm woman haYo notiood that a atVaA choice or the CaBttcdy and Champion JStilUy TIowh, made vulghr or impertinent Woman with pale, rolorlees facex, who nover boars a Largest Stock of Watches, CHAMPION, for the reHHouH that It li easier handled, better reel weak and discouraged, will receive remark. A kind of discreet doafnoss Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware turns both mental and bodilr vfaor Anwitractcd, ctilB cleaner, deeper and wider furrow and hr ulnir saves ono from many insults, from much HEN. SPALDING. brought to tb!i market. Price. Lower that Eter . t r i i 1UV " uariers iron riu, wnica are made for the blame, from not a littlo connivance in IbtLowuL Watche. Clock, ana Jtwtlrj paired on ifcort ootlc and Warraatol nr . .. CSxrsTrtfir.Tirt - i,ini , nara .n.i mmni,.i,n tCMrti'" II IX T7"1r A -"dishouorablo conversation. Ar " Z J s I A. - oe JT JlWia M .aa ,aV a- -J 'killed. Boono again cicapod, and witn ULs brother went to North Carolina, It is a great niisrortuno not to havo where for several years they lived in tho wit euough to Hpoak well, or not DEALER IN wilderness with only thoir rifles as n enough judgment to keep silent La 1771, Bruucre. In March. moans of sunnort. Hardware, Heme Sheen, Grocerleg, Saddles, , thoy roturaed home. In 1772 bo sold Iran, QHceHSware, Nails, Pkimoxs don't'mako their own faeo. his form, and, with his family, two and it's no moro my fault if mine U BuRfry Wheels, Stares, Cane Mills, Harness, Spokes, brothers, and five other families, net good ono that it is other people's fault if Grate, Older IMUIs, Lap Covers, out to nialco his home in Kentucky. Af theirs is a bad one. Dickein. ItiuiM, Stoneware, Corn Shelters, Collars, ter various ndvontures with tho Indians, It ?m AVW Ika l4 Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Woodea sad. bo was appointed, with tho commission ), i, not born with him; ttiaivu , who , Au.l w to work witj.i, for ih Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofof a Captain, to command three garri-re we ujrii mum. oi uni. .tiil ing and Omteriag will have prompt attention. sons on tho Ohio, to keep bach the bos ' lAHttU. wcfioil ... T ... 1 . 1..,.,1 ISugKy-'WhliMa.a a A huc jwrc W. H. HIGGINS, I mw AT !; atah , - n lt." !... Indians and T177l,wn taken to ;aptured by R, OTMFORD. 5 w Boones-boroug- b, , ANOTHER VICTORY THE I UNDERTAKER, JDealei- in XTiii"iiitui.e lare Wllllll, ! CHAMPION SULKY PLOW. Bradley Weighed in thoBal ancos and Found Wanting & i I d, n, Tlie Oasecly alo Plowed XJnclei(o-da- v smy iff ggg Jfitof Stationery Itcad What a Practical Lincoln Go. Farmer Says about it I dar-IIdj- c, and Fanoy I rfr . woll-bro- d i..iL. -t NHUnAi1--- 1 a.e..7 I rt a-a- aw. ,- -.- ""I"'v. . V MOTES Snnr-SBttHulntenorloii- OF CURRENT EVENTS. confeeaedljr good, but It is questional whelh- - showed three nights A l ft er a flimsy lent, an open and smoky shanty hou-- and the usual number of wise men 11. T. WAIiTll or a bed of leaves beneath a sheltering allowed themselve to be duped by the Jrct to the action of tbsdemoency. Jl' 1 M 'J.'. 8TJ11O130N rock did not aflord almost too much of a slick tonsued orator. LANOAflTEJl, KY. Stafford, JAMES B. Mcl'lCKAllV Largest stock of arltsl'n material to good thing to be decidedly healthy. PerUfflre orer Cltltem Kstlonsl Hank, Offlro hours haps the best solution of the difficulty is he found in Central Kentucky. French Is a Candlilsta fur Connre Id Hie Eighth Dl.lrlct, from s to 13 a. u. and from 1 to 6 r. m lubjwttolbe wlllottna Demoirsry. 1.. r, lii'nnia found in the chancier of the physicians plate, beveled edged mirrors in all sizes . u. hvbubtt. UUQULB & IJUltflETT. who in those days prescribed for the, ills and shape at full decorations at J. 0. Is still on fire. ! VrrrX"oir,NxjvH UVAV. Thrsk hangings in a week it doing pretCarpenter accused of the murder of that flesh is heir lo. I mean no disrespcet Thompson's, Lahcutcr, Ky. I.ANCA8TKII, KY. An rllrtble lorsttgn. either In Mustard or l the (o the faculty of the present day. I have Mrs. Henry Arnold died at her home well for Kentucky, especially since the Miss Zira Burns has been acquitted ty at Will praetho In Osrrsnl an.I a.TJoTnlng rounllos Junction. Ibr a H.Ol ItINd Rude and Petersburg, III. the highest respect and tho profoundest in this county Wednesday night in the Ihute hSTlntiuch for Mir would Jo wfll MILL.it i A. ;,! . i'P'' umes in mo IloblDMD hloelc, victims wete not negroes. lu out ruoiie (quire. nny a LtLDltKHA It, Lncuur. Champ Fitxpatrick, for a very spiteful and China hs ordered ten more Qittling veneration for the medical fraternity. I GOth year of her age. Her remains were interred in the Ltncaater cemetery on Fricowardly murder, performed the double guns from the factory at Hartford, to be have the greatest admiration for their seat t Columbia, Friday and although they delivered in sixty days'. aklll.tbeir fidelity, whether day. She leave by her will, all her prop- Millinory Business For Sale. '; they be allopathic, hydropathic, electric erty to Mies Mary Leavel, whom she raited asserted mat iney were goinjr sirsigui A bill to admit the State of Tacoma AVIitilng lo retire from the luilneu I offer fur stems to glory," they nevertheless abused to be formed out of Idaho Territory, his or specialists, but with all their learning from Infancy. tie inj Hock of MII.LINKKY sod Kltturei, on Among the stallions on sihitilllnn nn vuy muDiUs lermi. IwoulJ t'tobe plwml If I could show them certified facts in the art Uto Means that hastened them to the prom been presented in Cong rem.. of heiling "sever jdframeci'ofr in v'Uitir (be street Jofltfrdeyrwe noticed several fine toois.whoarelkiltbtcJto me will nil m.1 Mttle. knd. The execution was n neat piece The number of posloffices In the "UnitJtd MISS 31, S. I.O CAS, n. (J. Mock 'had two horses, of work, the rherifl performing his duties ed States, on March 20, was 48,993, an in- philosophy." It has "been my fortune to anlmak Huitonvllle, Ky. Wehope that the good crease of 1,135 in less than nine months. book of some 200 pages print- "Rlenzi" and "Mesenger Chief " Hutch-irg- s get hold of a ja xcellent style. & Popi showed "Barney Wilkes." ed at Frankfort in 1817, written by one F. so well begun with the year will con- wars: Bjua .three-fourth- s vote a jury, M Dr. Richard. Carter, (somao! the older TV Fox showed trie ' welk'nuwn uhorce tiaue until everbloodnmurderer Tsjmade Richmond, fvrek waa allnwni lauii-aut- l peoplo.abVut.IMntLick sjruj'jjtigar Creek "Bunko." Wm. Cmrey eihlbited "Buck. 4o ieel the nauer uraw.George Woefwlaa oLaucharge oi murder i r " ioTOIt A ' HUI LDE1I Charles Lsngheimer, known as "Dick will remember him) which presents the don" T. Hubble -- xhibited b.i tir d D". The Virginia Democratic State To l.ulld lobncco tarn rOxIMftrt Arply lo or theory and practice of medicine in a light with three or four fine jtcVs sddrew a resolution that as the tariff en'a Dutchman," is desd afier spending 50 ,t, V. VAX UK 'A'l MJ-t- f in w)iich, I venture to amert, it does not Monday was Coilnty Court day at r. tUiiford, Ky. qaeaiioa is likely to produce division in of his 76 years in the Pennsylvania Peni A large crowd was present and conappear in the library of the college or the tentiary. is tie party, Its agitation at this period Theateamer City of Montreal, which literature of the lecture room. There is siderable stock on the market. Thesnnual and ought to be discouraged and that HAVE arrived at Qoeenstown yesterday, reports nothing mean or selfish in his system, He "horse show" and quito a fine lot of stalall democrats should subordinate all diiir-eresce- s publishes his disgnosis of the particular lions were exhibited. Cpt. I M. D.inn LRtety jffieii Making Exton-sivivAdditio- ns in concentration upon the greatis- - that rn her passage she pawed anjikeborg ca-I ihallrontlnuelo ke-- p rn land at try ibopa ' the remedy applied, and frequently states that there were about 150 cattle on upplrof Mrjtr L , ar.l lUium, restora- 240 feet long. of reform of government and t the certificate of the neighbors as to his market, of which heboid about GO, at pri aid tboMiliililrKlh.nl will pleM rail. Ter levee are reported' broken l'w 111 alx iKriir amounii due IbetCoiaruar and l M S? tion to purity and true conelitutlonajpria-tsiplea- . TaThrlr Block 01 and New OTleans, and iticeees. J will quote one ,ef. his prescrip- ces .ranging, from 81 toj5 cents. Mute sold receipt for ibr uma. We fear our Virginia friends arTa ' 1'tiTKR Jl A JVTO.V. R9-l- f themoBt productive sugar and cotton lands tions aa a specimen. It is his ''remedy from fSO to $140, horses, plug, $75 to $125, M.Dford, Ky. little too scary. There will never be a refor weak nerves, Ac, and is as follows: sheep from $2 60 to $3 00 The Cunnlne- are overflowed. form of government so long as war taxation "Kill the fattest young aog. in March or f ham property was "sold to A. Cunnlnaham. The Pension Appropriation Bill a re prevails in time of peace and millions of And now haytj the Beit Stock in Cm Ksmuel Joseph, of Cincinnati, broiler ported to the House appropriates $20,084,-40- April, yon can get, scald him and take out arplus is turned into the treasury, which tral Kentucky. TheybavriParlw It provides for a reduction of agents his guts, Gil up his belly with a pint of red of Jake rJwepb,, ha. taken.a position in Thl.Ttlc8ifirt.riii huntrvflihrtaa aad aaookl remain in the people's pockets. " pepper, a pint of red fishing worms, the Davis A Joseph dry goods store Mr. iriDiDono iropiMon our iami wiibout to a total of twelve. liable to bo lTOCMutrd i ill inch ii-Cane and Peniteatiary "We failed to announce in our last issue Two thirds of the replies' received by bark of sassafras roots and water frogs and J. Joseph returned last week from a visit to tha full lnt of h art law Mtanloit, Ky., Mai. h rih. 1!M that the State and Central Committees have the Boston Advertiser, in response to a circ- sow up his belly close again, roast him and to relation' in Ktpn, O. Mm.Robt. Young Chairs, Marble Tep. Slmd Wua.l W.M.MvL'ormack, I. McKlttrlck. A VI, Crpenlrr, jmfpoktijlir Uk 5,luejLle and Frank-Jor- t uit faveriynio!Hi, and Lincolaffor Pres- rave tne drippings to annbint for sores, and Mrs. Roe Young and sou John, came It.T. rtuib, CeutreStand&'lx- K flit, r iii.hop. as the place or holding the democratic ident and Vice President. gouts, burns, weak nerve, kc." This is a up from Louisville Friday to visit relations. K. Cubb, teotion Tablet, lliil.blc, K I. Hhu,l, Illo?tn. Woven Wine. Cot-te- n Ktate Convention to select delegates to the The Chicago Herald says that "After settler. With this sort of practice one ap Mi'a Lelia Owsley and Laura Baker, two 11 u a jKflly. y liotfr. W r. Mft'vrmari, Top and Hair Mat-trene- i, National Convention at Chicago. Dele- all, the republican party may be com pell. plication would certainly be effectual. No popular young ladies fmai Burkville, 're ti. I. Carter M It l.tllf. J. W. WraihubrJ, young ladyhaviagjenonce treated ffor filing at odgV Owsley's. Miss-silgates to the State Convention are to be ap ed to fall back on the great poultry Folding Bed loun( Vbuy7A MTm. Iluiton. rain of ges. Beds & Cots, Wardrobes J .. Jluiphr, "weak nerves' would ever confess to a re- FoglehM relumed to Lebanon after a short J. A, llirrl: pointed on Saturday, Apl. 26, at each of remont Rutherford B. Hayes." I. ft'. Carter, J. M. Hill. and Sofai. and Everything Else Ed the county seats and the number is based on J II McAlliler, Cha. Coon, murder and robber, want turn of the malady. I recommend the stay in this tounty. Hon Wm. Ilerkele T J Carter, ! i. Q Jour,, Kept in a Firtt-clas- s ae for each two hundred vote cast for ed ib California $5,000 worth, was arrest book to the perueal of the faculty and as- ws in town Saturday. He seems to have T. M. White, Furniture 8tore. J Vuntmrrr, jr) H. I bfaicuiu. Jaott for Governor, and one for every frac-ile- a ed, at Somerset, Ky , and left with the sure them they will gain some ntw ideis improved by his stay in the Cs lul. OraMHliilctl KHjjar Prlcen. in the matter of materia medics. of one hundred 'and over. CiiiforfliaYheritT for the Pacific slope. LETTCfTrfiouiliANMrok T. Ah injunction has been issued against DAfitlLLE. BOTLE COUNTY. Yodkq men if you have a playful sweet-heaRiiltr Jntet (or Jtrvrn.tf: her the American, a Nashville newspaper, encourage .the trait but don't let Dr. Fayette Dunlap rejoices in the I no likelihood of March 24 it from advocating a protective ownership of a fine mare colt dropped last the Legislature There sirajUBMa taenkey with a pistol if you are in shooting adjourning until after the MARCH TXUM, 1M4. THUIWDAV, MAU. M. In lbs miller of fleo. P. Wt.rrn iuJ Jronl distance. A youth at Henderson, Robert tariff, and opposing a railroad ommission. week. The colt is out ol a Hipping mare Democratic Ftte Convention meets Mav Uttrrn, hi. wllf, oi part. Emmett G. Logan has resigned his by the celebrated stallion Rienii. Alvey, would ba alive to day if he had ob Thli tlll.i u 61m! b opra Ceutt 7. It wi'l take all if the mean time to position aa managing editor Of the CincinK Itowotilirrd by tbo luurl thai colic t O and Rev. E.M. ftVeene conducted the servi perfect the pared this juecautjon hut as i is his body, n w kik-of several Importance puMUhJ trat Iran tro day. in lb lad .Aalirln9lrlBwr A. IWafr'Hni.' lnTaaloa JoLantt thai 1 like John Brown's, now lies mouldering in- nati Xcthwrnal. It jssaid that there ces at the Baptist church Sunday sight, already hlookid mil, That is if the work anJ Jennie W. atrn blf wltr t,orKt D Wr... ten. I. Br.'. J. a c rWbae . X-c- a rV7 ftauVto A hat. e'.rd ih.lr will be a change all around in the manage- Rev, P. amouitf. iirrr.kl .rul m,.. !(.. Ftrta; to day. Mis Pike pointed a pistol at him. T.Hale being absent in Stanford, is taken in hand and pdxhrd through ai it ttor.i In th clfrk'a offlcc of III. t iiwt prijlr slw lbs nlwolr(rt ami Hamilton Omu! tli .ourttuij.r liwrto iw, enjoy, nil as) I ln"rutuenuild al pilrr aoJ l.riui to aull Vur. h where he is holding a successful meeting. in inn and snapped it. She didn't know it ment. , should be pon'l iltr your orderi till ou way f eoOTfyforbaro.ntMirBtaByproiefty.be V. itl om L. JeiersoBr V representative, mer Rev. IX,J: Perry preached at the .J was loaded but she does riofcsuiij her young Tne asylum reports have nnt beejn, made huilnJ.tu niak. tonlracla, au toil b chant, valued citizen and a prominent Walnut street M. E. Church Sunday morniul at to- ' ilrglr wouun, lo IriJdln b.. oo Duit aul life m blighted with the thought of having may be two weeks and it they are worker in the Masonic fraternity, died at ing and Mr. Jailed a dear friend. J. C. Young at night owing to ready for resding. The Anchorage snd unpowoiorrprufvriy by wlllor diwJ, A copy. 4 II. KV, teatjrN. 7fc hiahomein Louisville, Sunday in tneiiinesa cf ic-- aastoritev. w. v. rayicr." Cexington TntTitutToaj(Mre the ones refer-- Ftyew, Louisville's illustrated paper, baa Thomag Rowsey and Miss Mary red to, the Hopkinavllle Institution having Bimuel Frayerftsjavieed at Marys? entitled ''The KuKlux outrages VAIaVAIllai: F. Christian were married in the Countv uresuy oeen lavoranir passed upon the .. "". 11" a Sontb--ei- n .:ii. tr.. r.L North and South." It rspres-nt- s Clerk's office onSatiuJa?Jy Ju3fuGFJ report frout'Aocborage-wil- l, it ia sid, cov Stamord-Townegro at his favorite of rob- ton and wife, wi uEerrout1 of jail)y Lots for Sale. Soven'Firet-Olas- s Mr, Rowsey is er a thousand page. The Lexington in Companies hen-rocmasked men and hanged to a bridge. He Lee of the County Court bing a aid a couple nf Northern a son of the late Cam Rowsey. vesication was nearly as exhaustive e segr oea beating to death with clubs a famjx ooniesBed, .J pUlorrrforf-.ton Lr prtt.t.ly AJCGJSI r On Thuradav night next the Original Col. Hun M. Biirdc't Is tut ntlrml fjit .very CVlrglnia Senate has instructed iTrt AVTlJV ly of. IbelrtoxijtceTo sell tIeiibMii .. no ' retail., t.rtoi. w Li New Orieans Minstrels will give a per- delegate from the Slut- - at lrite 10 Avt.,,bittiteiA. inr ni- cllyfcfM,Lfjt() Mntr ,n h,f ,, lhfm Mp a medical college. Both aides are decided- thatacopy of the resolution asking Sena-to- r " llhira third iliuillril a Mahone to resign be sent to the U. S. formance at the Opert Houe. This troupe ego Contention, and a more admirable e- - nutiirl.r of Ihtm "Ivbln ihr ti.U'l lliUM- - and of we commend it to the atly realistic and l.lblt! cl a mllr alwayadrawa.wslland.deservestOjforJtiaJwtion " ' " could not be made. If he shnuld ine jtirrttnt ertirp Sfflate; With? tbciequesltEati't'bV're'ad'Tn tention of the g. 0. if. one of the very best in the country. go before the State Convention, it i safe to mnr ii)fti id luiiLtva ir Iv.'ITOEanT ,. the Senate. Eddolph Fitzpatrick, whore coil was Mr. A. P.' Wilson, proprietor of the say that hi will ht' one of the Big Four. BTA N V. Tho rSli ar tbt jery tit tin mux autlful- - ' L. Chamberlin, of Cleveland, . -- , 17 iuu.i rairiuri'uj .iiuaini nr rriiaeni. inai r atnifled cfi by the sherifTof Adair Friday, has Frank i Central Hotel, is erecting a epjeijqry on The paragraph going the round of the bat TWleflrTl-MlI- r Manfr4rkJf-W- . perfected an invention that charges WAliTOlf ' Proprietor. left a good piece of advice- on tecord and fifteen . Walnut street, where he will keep fur sale State pref, naming Cil, Brrckinridge and my prlrrt aod triiuiaie.uib to pUrU lu Ui hundred shotgun partridges per ol any ir.auiulcut man to on of which would be well for young men to take. hour. A buggies and all sorta of light wheeled ve- Col. McKer zie for electors is misleading jwrr company of his manufacture has eomnisle Mia al bi-IhciM .' '' l60, Tiy all Ituut ueoo 6, ,trru, wbl,b bltr lu.t I , Standing'with the rope around his neck he been hicle manufactured by a Chicago firm. Neither of the gentleai 11, it is underetepd, formed. r gtt Sllrartlon.. Addrraa Bhouted "Take warning, young men who a. rlchaianyinKrniu. ky ..,.t of P"'' Creed Arnett, who with his family desires the place, but OjI. McKtnzicwill The firm of.Powers.& Weightman .his b Uui I u t'luuulir JrpiL .ivdlho T1 pack pistols. For God's sake lay them lives at Junction City, was declared a luna- probably be a candidate or delegate hum vtj ULIWII vcttrcaulai bad i.u.rinx of ftrtui " 1 JL ila decided to transplant its quinine manuMtotOlrrl down and pick up a testament " on Friday, and ordered to the Asylum the Slate at larfe,, ,lhey will facture from the United State to Germiny tic, wlilir ptrtn, toaoiiet A m.pof The capital will not bo moved this ses- KWIiihi, tbthiou arena! rtiToftir.. The Legislature of Maryland has parsed Instead of rebuilding and refitting a lab- at Anchorage, the authorities at Lexington U. II,. Ull. I. Kit. declining to receive him on account of the sion. The bill appropriating $25,000 lc-etenfurd, Ky. a bill to encouiage matrimony. Hereto- oratory at Philadelphia, crowded condition of the asylum. Arnett ward the public buildings will have a IIT. T". ll'unter, when'a msn'wanfed (o commit Oiat Honl fore M. ' f kind of an indirxielion theclerk wpuld tax oftateof the .Southern ConfWeraeytand formerly lived at New Hope in Marion or hand full if it gets through this Istc in the eeesion. iWithaFuirCorpforToacKew, him to the tune oi $4.50 Trie new law re; b uoiieu oisiej oenator, and wbo "lor ',th e Nelson couuty. Mr. F M. Wilson, a student who Ven1sXthu poUio? 9 Mfone yearihas taken greattinteresi doctSycfenfcti)'; It is rumored that the Governor will sp I hare reDKil Ihprf.rnrr llfirl In Crl rrhiM, , Thl Initltutlon vlllomn It. Tblrlscalb Hmca -- ta thTpolitics of Virginia, iaidyloK 'at' his boards at Mr. Akin' on Main street, seems point a man to 1111 out .urn. cook' uoea-plre- d lriown atthsrarrlt Iltu.. nflllrJ ,n.i r.rUrni.hJ "luxury within the reach of all" lie a w h cuMuwa lo rptnoLr ptat. rtl II and iroi to run it in fl rat (:.i ilrlr. it.. to be much sought after by thieves Withtime as State Librarian, to the fust leg rprrlal alKDIluu to tran.leol rrloin. Tmsassinine qualities of Hbn. John D. fi&me in Eex cntmtv. weeks he hss hsd three of June, when Mrs. Hanson's term begin, travelers will Snd inlfBdld .mrI tnum jn.VTiizmAXcarJ5r9r: Owen Breckenridge, named by his fa in the past three for the dli ta ol tbIr joW. and aerann-Ullo- n "White is disgusting even his parly brethL pairs of line shoes taken from his room l I saaiaiBBV- - aw t Judge West, of Crnthlans, thinks he will ren. The Cincinnati Commercial Gazetle,lht tber, John C Breckenridge, in honor of and on the night of Thursday Isst week, he a candidate for C tie rem against Col, Owen county this State as an, expreesjon ataunchest of republican organs,- - pronounwlb uy J t? U mJ, of gratitude for 'he tremendous majority bis room wai entered and a fine gold watch BieckinriJge. If the ledUtricting hill is, turnout ptowi.l ita8P ' ces tim a great; burden on. the (grand old stolen. A certain colored individual was pawed, however, they will tl uhtiess beicp it gavs him, farC'oogrer, has keen elected to MUBIO, THE LANOUAOEH. DIIAW-IN- O Furniture and Undertaken Trade, ' Trtj. suspected but there was not enough proof arated, AND PAINTINO. mo wKiiiuruia, jueBimaiure. to convict him. is telegraphed to the Courier-JournAt I aball o tloue to krip a lull Jlce J hr be-- t Col Talbott's whixky bill will come up Near Salem, O, the boiler of a locoI'urnlturr and tredy at all timet teasive tbo. Mrs. R. O. Merrill, of Louisville, is again this week. tiiat Baral J.Tilden has advised that the motive at fall speed burst, blowing the nediogbiy aerrltra Ib the other raparllTt 11. T:riiEXB, democracy unite on the Morrison tariff bill . . and fireman four hundred feet away spending several davs here this week, Im r..r Oab Orchard Ky ranire rrma wa to IM It. is Ruikin never said a truer thing than ".::""" Mr. Ja. R. Burnham, Representative in which, if true, is a big advance towards vic- and instantly killing them. Several rrguiar ixpartmrDla. IVItnary, InternadUt cars Ml; io. and Oolfrilat, ISO. tory for It, were wrecked, but no passengers seriously the Legislature from Madison county, was thi: "If you want knowledge you n must (oil for it; if you want food you must at Qilcher's on Saturday. Rev. Heman v full particular. ., to Board. Today will bean eventful one in Wash- - injured. work for it; and if pleasure veil must toil MRH. n. V, TRtlKIII.ART.dc..ald The belled bunard continues to spread II Allen, president of the college for lrtaicaO. iagtoo as it will probsbly decide the fate 'Uuferii, UneolaOa, . y. for it, Toil is the law. Plessure comes . in some of the Georgia coun- - young lsdies at Princeton, wss in town of the Morrison tariff bill and the whisky cins'e-BA'iothrough toil, and not by self indulgencs Igaorsnt people believe it is the devil. Friday and Saturday. Mr. George Potts, bead extension bill. DANVILLE This dreaded bird waa once a pet. Chil- of Meriden, Jefferson county, Kansas, a and indolence. When one gets lo love native of Boyle county, but who has been work, life is a happy one " LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. IS. H. BURNSIDE, dren tied to its legs a small which 711,1,t1111',,111ll"'",11a1aa The House tabled the bill to establish ao frightened it that it flew away and never in the West for thirty years, is now here visiting old friends and looking up aome returned. an advertising law. This Old Woll - Known live stock to take borne with him, Ho The Liberty of Conscience bill pasted Hotol Still Maintains BROTHER BOGLE'S BUDGET. wishes to purchase several good Jacks. the Senate unanimously. High There is evidence in all cotemporane-ou- s The delegation from Boyle county who Hurrah for Mr. Kimball! He has had AND history that the early settlers of our went to Frankfort Isst week in the interest the manliness to ask leave to bring in a bill ) Manufacturer a country were more atalwart,more robust and of the proposed bill for raising $100,000 Iti Proprietor ia Determined that to establish the Whipping Post. it Shall be Seoond to no Country-Hote-l Another scheme to create additional longer lived both male and female than by taxirg justices districts 3 and 4 to aid OoerN, Niihli, IUIhiIk, lVludoav in the State in its Fare, offices lias been hatched in the House. It are their descendants of the present 'gener In the construction of the Cincinnati, Appointments, or Atten- ' ation. This fact which Is indisputable hu Nahville A Green River Railroad through is to establish & Board of Public Charities tion to Comfort of and Door FmiiicN, Mold. their Quests. at wlaries ranging from $2,000 to $2500. been sought to be accounted for in various Boyle county via, Danville, relumed someway, We have the theory that plain liv- what discouraged on account of the opposiIt should be killed in the bud. IngK, Scroll Khu game law has been passed by the ing, healthful employment, the absence of tion they found to the measure. Col. Tal- - Blck Itearfaeha and relievo all tho troubles (net- - tlaraane wlllbseoaTeyed to aad froaa tbo d A free or rbars. Sprelal arentirssdatltni dent ton bilious jtatnof tha Haute. It provides a penalty for hunting eaervatina; luxuries and (rte open air exer- bott, our representative, is personally op- cincsa, naoara, iirowiin, ratcm,aueltasUL to ConnercUl Iravelera. Tar liar will latrvaa axtrr tatlci Work,Tnrn cise al combine to solve the problem. But posed to itj Tain In the Side, &c. Wtillo their moat rtnurk- slwsyi aapplled with the eboleest or having in poeion any fawn or deer ahqyra Jn vxeha able success has bm araadiof LJqoom aid Claart. ' turkeys be- this ia not.entjrely aatiefactory. In early between March and GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT lug Lathe Work, days plsin living was often only another tween February and September; ducks, Lancaster. which is neither Tend. M..1. MKIlWI.N'NNI'KCiriC, Large stock snd low prices on Easter eee and teal between May and August; name for I rfT Tw Flooring, Cellini;, Winllf . wholesome. cards at J. C. Thotnpion'a Jewelry house, Uradarhe.yttCartcr'sLltlla Liver PllUareeqn&Hy February and July; theoretically nor practically woodcock between valuabla in CoatIMtlon, curing and prcvrutlng v The (Jroat English Hemedr, arjr-- ' The healthful employment of those davs Lancaster, Ky. this nnnoylni,' complaint, while they alto corrot quail; pheasant, eto , between Februaty I crbonrdiiiff, DreKxeil abounded in unceasing struggles to subdue all dlaordcrs of Is atwrtlllTemrc for Weak Memollnr doves between Februarv and October The statements of both our National and rtijaUta the tha ttomaeb. stlmnlata thocurd bwcis. Brca If tlity only ry. Dora of liraln Power. Nrrroui hibauillon, tmlnal Wraknea-- , and August. Hunting rong or insectivo- the foreit home and win from wearing Bsnks show them to be in a very prosperAnd other luipotrncy. suiU (jeDal Lo.. a sad the exhauiting chasa a precarious ous condition. birds ii prohibited except where they rower ol"t he (Jenpiallye OrVani; . rous " 9 4 ,a luiiow ai a snaaii Vi, nuenen uiuaira mat loirirnUncsoi are destructive of fruit or grain crops. subsistence, with (he occasional interlude Lancaster has been billed for another Taking, ot youtliful Rabbits and equirrels are protected, except of dodging the Indian's bullet or evading dramatic troupe that will appear three Aeho they vronld bcolmoat prlcclres to those wbay tberxceaaol maturoJ jMira, uch Tr.lo Mart. slTcr from this dlstresalng complaint; bntfortn-natejai Unlverial UmUiiIp. rain in tbe the murderous tomahawk, with, new and nights next week. wkeo they are destroying crops. their goodness doea not end hero, and tboto of Vlalyn, Prmia-tu- ay. .jTssBBa' whonnco try them vrlll And tbcfOIIttloplllavala- - 1 ' Old axo.aiid many otter ills- a race for life with a howling pack of dealers In loeo Judga Win. Walker received a fine oioin so many ways toatinry vrlllnotb. wuunt; f aKi that leail to jnunur or con- Virginia straicht-ou- t republicans will savage fiends yelling in mad and murder-ou- a stallion from Philadelphia Saturday after to do Ithouttbcm, Uut after nil sick h auuipilou. In all'eits.of Kioa Wraknrath ppAldc aclk like a need a delegation to Chicago, headed by pursuit, This sort of employment noon which cost him $3,000. charm, retturlnii lots or fdlcu tU'i General Wlckham, and for Blaine from waa too exciting to be strictly sanitary. BMaflsaiaiaiBsaV1 or", Klvlnirto' ths'eye a brtlllant ' Zip" The well known negro dead-beaanillparkliDg vsuiy, u too com, first to last. The abaeace of luxuries would be a strong Anderson, died frlUay morning, alter an UHW9JU ' " vi"'i"i 'sold ty AttsrTaklng.at Is thebsne of so many lives that here la where we 3Jra, Ann Stump of Columbus, O , could pomt ia tne argument were It l all Drilttlali mnko our grcaS tout. Oar pills cure It whllo .not shown illness of one week wtyh pneumonia. Calfen ui'or'wtlte fa rces ' MV. keep's bra Others do not. IIWInjhWMto patkijia for IS. Ala by itoek snd will dcxSuribeit net hear the idea of her pet dog outliving that tbisjras only a concomitant and out- Elder Moflatl, ,of Cleveland, Ohio, loplei. otlsiJli Tills aro very small and mall. iHirtsxefree, on ncelptofiirjce. Carter's tltllo l rtltnlar1u-- pampblat, which wtll be and quality el tnsurUI. , , her, and after much ceremony poisoned the K'unm ut we ausenceroi almost every-- 1 pteached to the Christian congregation Terycaiytotalce, JJrcr or two pills inakea dote. Ono , . .1 (Hires They aro strictly vitfitalla and do not (rrlpa or iii.uru irr iv 'ri jy,l,r"lf ail tola-- 1 , animal with strychnine. Then she was tniDg else necessaries Included the ten who $uodav, He is traveling in the interest of tinrre. bntbr their ircr.tlo action nlcaro all BoU i munlcatlnri to the anlemanufarlur-ro. . faaathem. rnlalaotU3centsi live forft. Ji i: it 1 1 Jt it. UAXVir.I.K 1'i.Axixn jiii. selxed with remorre ard foironed i. dencr of ! r whta4Ia jf rather' to emaciation home mission Jpy cruculsta cvtry bcic, or sent by KabaisClly, Uo." tr t f fold In HtaWcrd Uy HenDy A. McAllttfr and all than rugged health." Open air exercise U .; The irock Oil Concert Company CAHTEIt MEDICIXE CO., New York, Drugglali tTerjwhue r Uinrllle, Ky. AugJMu Solielf, the well known banker and politician, is reported dying. - March 25, 1884 W. W. Peabody has been elected PresKy., ident of the Ohio & Mississippi railroad. The Pocahcmtas, Va coal mine, in W. P. WALTON. which 153 miners recently lost their lives, at week at the court a ; k i 5sr- UOSYLa.XJ. TALHO'TT Isa Candidal for angna In Dili dlitrlct,:mb- . mkuahtkiTadvxbtiskxkxt. rysi , Tj:w J'V 7Vj9u3NTTJE3ID flnl-cln- 4 ENTERPRISE Grocery. -- Commit-taeadopte- COTIt 1 Lirl-caste- ., GEO. BTODETT Hi un-mi- te cto Singer Sewing Machines. l.wiiK-siichwe- OO.. e, " - ) 0. h i, nft!BedfioleUari&-- 1 Itl e lJ 'ttr rt Lincoln Circuit Court. he'-up- legi-lat'o- !!. I. II. Italfluin A 0., ur (rJ a-f- hia-GSt- I. ajf-M- ti Fire, Lightning &Tornado I.SI!IlACi:! XOWBSJT -- pa-ti- n . J .J OPERA HOUSE. P' -- ll. !'! t' ll,l I v It Stanford ,PmalesCollege.. STAFOlii. t i NTKPIIKNIS IIOXSI3 r- 1. . C -- n.j.lftn It al 215-S- j. TXRHS MODERATE. r'" MYERS HOTEL, and its Reputation, n te. cow-bel- l, STANFORD. KY. Propr CARTER'S PLANING MILL COMPANY CURE SJCK l; la-b- ot Head ACHE JL I,ntiiler Building Material FariniiijL; s. bocr,-Dlnioe- rs t, '"; Brj-'al- Lumber! her-oel- tn im:i 200-ly- J': va, aOO to ek)MirnilMi Hl new Id Qeld Flower Tuts at Mr.' DEATHS. deM. Fair, lor many years voted member of the Baptiit church, breathed hL last, SaturJay, after a well spent life of 77 year. He was an honest, true and upright man And be goes to hit reward with the plaudit both of Ood and men. Iter. J. M. Bruce preached hi funeral aermon Snnday afternoon, after which hia remain wero interred in the McKin-ne- y cemetery. T. It. WsltonV A Itjlietnlao, Hollandlrh, 6wrcil.li and Norwegian, eee adrertlteueuL In thla paper. For lately A Burg. cf the Pa I'll Ion Wood Cure li a ie for all dbessrs Blood, Liter, Homaeli, Itowcli and Kidneys, je nro line of and garden ited Juit urn' - '' -- '"& Stanford, Xy , March 25, 1884 LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 in. Illicit ACurrsn. Mil. l.Aff. -- 12 80 r. Mill train going Nerth ........ - t. i ti jviUb ,.......... Mr. Kipreaa train" Uoulh..........M....... 101a.m. your interest to correspond with him. . .1 I K Horn., IMMNMMMH Henry N. Wakk ha aold four of bin half-icr- e L8CALHTCES. lota at the Junction for $350 to Dr. Q and D It Curpenter. Mr. Ware haa J. BELI0I0U5. Boy Paints trf Penny A MoAliittr. Landretiis girdtn seeds t McRoberti aold over $2,000 worth of lota aince ChristRev. T. M. Yaughsn will preach at mas. & BUM'. Preachersville cczt Sunday at 11 a. m. L&'xDAtTitH Gsrden 8kIh at Penny & The Oid Fellow hive purchased Mr. A. and at Crab Orchard at 7 r. u, McAlliterVi. a It. Penny'a rjght to build orer t, Rev, H. C. Morrison led (yeeterday Jos, HaabJIpk Qhnlera Cure, Penny of Col. T. W. Miller tor $200aad ' ' A.McAll.Ur sol neerUf. for Carrollton, where he will remain for Cume your sccqunl with Penny & Mfc-- they will e'rect R tery bandaomo, Urge two weeks to assist the pastor, Rev. God-by- , I inter by cMh or note. The location ia convenient lodge-roo' in a protracted meeting, at Brand neir dock, oferery thine in tin far more derirsbl? than their former one. The Southern Baptist Con vent ran jewelry line at Penny & MoAllster's. The Somerset National Bank is a paying meet in Baltimore, Md , Mav 7.,"br. . Hohfir, cattle, sheep and poultry pow-dinstitution. With a capital of but $60,000, Lansing Burrows, formerly oi.Aentucky, XIcKoberU A Httij. for sale Nicwshsdrs nf rnify mixed piint for it has a surplus fund of $50,000, irtdiiidual will preach the convention termon. An orerwhelmnlnB' msioritv.of Rar. spring trade t McHnberU A 8ikrV. deporita of $170,000 and loan and disThe J. W.'Ajbury'ii charcl Jewelrr repaired counts reaching nearly $150,000. JIjftndM; Watchdi, Clock and warranted by Pwar A McAIIeter. pastor, alstock is worth considerably orer f 200 per nave, voted to, continue nm Kcw and full tock l,Fiililnc Tackle. of bare t i -i '" it though he accept the position of whisky-gauge- r. ii errry Tarialyjiat receded tttMclttWie A Duuino the crow7eJ condition of our Eld, J. B Jonr will preach at the For conaha, cold, Ac , uae Compound column with advertisements, we will In Christian cborcb next tiunday (the 5;b) Hrrun White i'lue. Put up In 2&o and 60c order that our reader may always hare a Dome. Trial aire 10c. McltoberU A full quota of reading mailer, issue a double at 11 A. X. Mr. Jones comes for the pur- of railing funds topayolTthe debt of 6Uff. number once a week for the present. Uur poie ar,d the church. PERSONAL Friday's issue will he a double one Rev. N. M. Lonir, of Memphjvnae Mr Vr B Kdmiutoh h ftjneto Cin. those who wish to be represented in j( wijl createi a rensation in that city by oeclar-In- g plesre favor us with copy a soon as con,- cinnati. that Sunday ,law are unconstitutional; Col C. Ckooke, of the Altainont Coal venient, (.hat they are a positive burden on one clasn aii msja ei iii Co, ia in town. A IIA1TY pair from the Oerman Colony, 9f and an outrage upon the right V. A Moititow, of the Somerset bar, in this county, came to town Friday and afof the citizens. la attending Court. ter obtaining li'cecse went before Judge ' The American Bible Society of late Ml sJft.U HiotiiKS left yetterdsy to Drown and asked to be joined in the holy ha been unable to snpply the demand for vlrtll friend in Islington, bonds of wedlock. The Judge complied although it makes complete of Lancaster, enters the HUnfonl field with a number of v. Companies. It may be to li. It KlNNAim, absolutely testable, containing only a smstl oftplrit. Foreile by Mcltoberta A Btagg. Abraham Lincoln'i largest professional fee wss one of $6,000. won in a case againit THE FIRE! 1 " the Illinois Central lailroad. SKIT ADVKRTIMEXKKTN. W. CRAIO, WITH Has left us with- - iJ.S store-roora- Ab. KJrHchbuiiiii lit AK11 fc Co. cummu-Dlcaliin A "d Ma'ndniciaieri and Jubber. of Clothing rblladel-I'bt- a. hu bla'otfice and asmpls room lo Commercial Hotel, Loulitllle, C j. Any builoeM (fouth Ohio Hler direct to blm there un $8,OCXD WORTH OF GOODS, And no place to continue buBinesi; and as our stock is principally . . fS er Fir& FlrqTIijFirQ !j 1 II. KINNAIRU Fetla great aMctsylaV beawojile of Stanford and Lincoln roaiHy sxl'Koaslsa to do ibe (air thing for them If lbs will ltiioen Irllh blm lu either Tt.s London 4' Jncssblee Iniuraoco Co, of IJvsrpnol, wlitm UMta,rt9.2i),0O0, or The llojal, ol LIfrpol,aiMU 120,967.174, or Tbe LaLraihlre, of Mancbeit;, auau orer Il jiicm in to ;xry a tl lotitl ficm doy o adjuilmenl and uill not ak tht utual ttitu M) day I Unit, Witt to him or ckll on aim at Lancaster, Ky. a ti ,'C " W !&.' fe2 W HbMK a,d (5je t u r p a ? Kw,Spraa .1) ' .. ! Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. mi fMBwav We will cffir at public lale to tbe blghMt bidder Id tbe town of Mlddleburg, K.J., Caej co , Ky., Wo can not afford to hold them for re building, but have determined to 0, if FJKIDAY, MAIC. tcar-old- 28, 1SS1, pub-lltl- The IoIIowIdc.od liberal terrat: 73 haJ olSt'eri, i, lu good Ox muil of them 8 years, iome'2 to take grin. Jaiura a. UntrVy slra prooea to y offer for sale hl Water and Or it Mill, either orprlraltly bald Mill it In good running boturnj and rock order, go'd turbine wbrtl, ok .11 Lsuks on liotii aides, dam ooiy 69 ttel wiua. the Bible, Miu J 3 llUwUts returned with her and ia his peculiar manner scoa made them seven llibles and Testaments every min giro a good bargain sud will aell UwellUg - houie de- sndiOloIOU Acrisof Land with Ihe Mill, If husband to Cincinnati yealerday. huaband and wife. Their names were .Mr. ute of working time, Tbe demarid for the tired, and tlenty ol ctolnlmtier to tupport aame, tlcttcr cob sod loot V1U also offer lur sale 10 or ! '..I MimJuditu Kino, of Crab Orchard, Frank Snit'er sged 27 and Miss Maggie Bible is growing I ' It axxl Mule aad lit sea sums Sir. 1, a has bull old, 2U yrarllcg (.aires, No 1 yoke olOxen, i the guest of Misi Ithoda il'ail. Biehier, 25 The revival at the Baptist Church CVw. SO hwrt aud Lsiubr. 1 horse Wscon. 1 , riula-yIMowlDg Machloe. Ac Miu F. J. Anthony and son ClarALtdtLATOil has preeented s h'l.U.J?, continues with increasing interest.. RV. Ij k. ence, of Lebanon, ate' y lilting her parent 135-- u Jott.y r. T. Ilnle ia endearing himself to this comi 1 SACRIFICE -- jin -- pribiiilt the manufacture and rale of oleo here munity by his earnest appeal to sinners to Mr. It, A. OuiLViE, wife and children margarinen Kentucky, He ia a Louis- flee from the wrath to come, and his lab:r of Tennereee, are the guests of Mr. and Mr. ville chin and of course can co to market pick the best but were he to take up have been eminently successful. There and miseraMil WaLtih Cmknault, of the Fort his abode here and have to eat the ble Hull that is offered for butter and Scott, Kansas, bank, ia on a rlill to his siswhich i really the product of the cow, he ter and other rtlalire. Mr. and Mm. J. C Hayh, who hate would sk leave at once to withdraw and substitute Jt for ne . enc6uragtng been to Florida for the bent fit of the form. the sale oleomargarine, buttenne, bull buterV health, returhed Saturday. Mrhkh Hoiiekt KtNiAlitir, teller ler or any other kind of butter but the so of the National Hank and It. E. Msltob called genuine article hi-bi- ll a.i.uns c'fBi', fort'KY. SOMETHING NEW. ia J.C. Hay. have been a number of confessions since ToTim Pi'BLlc 1 haeitbllhel a new aji-te- We have become reconciled to the I033 that is bound to result in the doting Of ol lu'lneM to the Bieicbintlle Hoe. I will our last inue, miking some 40 in all. Sherthis stock, but knowing that there is nothing saved by holding, off r my rotlretlockuf good ou and alter tbe lit iff J. N. Menefee, Roy Beszley, George day of Airll at ao adraoceof wo will commence Myers, E. IJ. Caldwell, M!m Madie Wbite Onlj 6 Per 0entv Above Cott & Carriage. and Mrs. C II. Rochester are swung the th.t lai oerer been additions aince last report. The latter This liaouethlngwill certainly antoulthdone by any trtrjlioAj retnll Here and withdrew from the church severtl ears when they call aod txamloe my goods and find my prUei. Thla la no humbug and to prure cat ago but at ita request she again united with Ibal l am Id earLtst, plraw call and examine my .who will by JU prent,in lh Mr. Bruce, biptued nine pilretlti lue. I'lnan cash aafrd thatall tall alrkt-l- y it. The paitor, remnuUr I rrt, druseeit, of Ijtnca.ter, were here Hun-da- y Circuit Court. Nearly tbe whole time persons Sunday sight, before an immense ror caih or lt tqulratent. HlgbNt market price To day to carry out our object. To friends who have made our business a of the Circuit Court aince Friday has been paia i,r ail aioue ol country proaupe. . . . . throng. Mi J M. Whitehead, of Bomersat, All pertoua lodebled to mrlll plea come for- success so far, and encouraged us with new hope for tbe prerent year, we 'esit . occupied on ihe will of Mrs. Sarah Bailey. ward at occ aud pV bflvlfealr accounla. as I need who wu recegtlyiipjared Jy Vn accident on the fubdfrf 7hatiia Tit put .fnori. Utepcctlully, pecially ask not to consider our present location as any inconvenience, but LAND. STOCK ANU'CH0P.t I J. T. Hackley was the propounder and ben582-- t A N. ia here to prosecute a suit the L. H'. if. 1IO irAJttt, Crab Orchard. come'thick and fast; Bay a Rotxl word for us aud your friends. "We need" eficiary and his half brother, A.M.Feland, James Eubanka sold to II. C. aon, you every every hour." The goods we offer you are againtt the comaoy. Mr. Hack-le- y 75 acres of land on Hawkinb' Branch for contested it on the ground that Tnr friend, of Mr. Walter W. Owsley, had exerted undue influence on.thtir James R. Wilmot sold CO acres Jr., who haa been confuted to hia room for mother, who was not capable of making a $3,200. on Dix River to A. 0, Cannon for $2,760. a longtime, were pfeand to see him out on will when the one offered wa alleged to A new lot of Horse and Jack cuts were I'wlllc'trir ( put'lciile fo'ttie highlit blider'at eatdence In Lincoln county Ky.. one the strrels ye terday. havetbejrn made, Col.T. W. Yaipon nod rtceived at this office yesterday making 'tis' .' ' ui mllrwft of I'nechtriTille, Ky.,on TiiEriemNof Mrs., Phil 11. .Tornp. Judge It, P. Jacobs spoke for the propound better prepared than ever to execute nice son Jr, cf II irrmiantirc, hare secured her NATl HIA Y, MAKCII 20, l&S-l- , er ariCol. Hill and Judge Saufjey for Mr. work for tbofe who wish to advertise their a cla in embroidery at Ilnstonrille, and Allot rar reronal property, eonilitlnsof 2 Drool Keland and tbe result wa a rennet in n stallions. . . .jounc rnartt,l work From the burning building they were taken to a clean storo-rooBtre In lost IrnrJack-r-and well ahe wljl chrxe(of,ll in a aWt tiuie.r. vor if the foimer rendered yeieferday evenIllinois- - man hia oflered' Tf L. hotle S jra.ua M, Kiivd milk l.uwa.7 titttl Calrc a, An , cared for. Remember our stock consists of M"rBnM Xnhke'wF. KvanV, of 15 brad ol Co'aold Kwra and one troulhdown ing. The caeo of Dn Holme vs. his. un Crow $1,000 for hi fine stallion, Smuggler Huik, 1 about SO larifUc! orn In the Crib, and Dinirl l.' Garrard, of ManchesChauiplon Kvap-luahl( H cle Ki rtner for trespass, with damages but he refuses to take lers thin $1,500 for 10 ant Mower, I biatrl CouiUotd tlXI pound) of Wiron. ter, Isw atudenl of Hill A Alcorn, were on and l.Mil. HoumIioU atid Kitchen Fu'ulture, when the court adjourr- - him. Smuggler has a first-cla- s pedigree of $600 waton trial yesterday admitted to the fraclice by the KarmlnK luilementa and l Bugy. el,Ul.evening. as will be reen by Ihe advertisement of his TaaMt or -- alk Six inontbi trtdll on all aumi r r x i -- . Circuit Court, . glee a V no'e. i fr-oferll ura'er rt'julrtd to rarinm National season. nrgotlati.i-snpayab'e at the to Lounville Di'RIKoa bra-rvisi-t Ma WCnAKi nnwrnn(;es thernlire - Hank at Manford, Kv We clip the following from the Cere. M Southern trade of Ah. Ktrfchbaum A .Co-- , week w accepted the invitation of Col. M At. the aame time and place I will offer my Col. G. W. Alford Tenn.. I land. ,u. t :.l.- -i rv.1 f .:- !... ' the larjje ctothfnt; dealer of Philadelphia, FARM OP 87 ACHES FOR RENT 'of Mon gomerv, Al.t., f rmerly of Stan- v. and until the 16th of April all buoines K Ksulkner, a member of tbe 'Jockey Club, Vor th remainder of the irar. There ta a good iimb irvciiuj uuuui in uin vunn- - dwelling and all necessary uutbulldlnga on, the t .1 comtnunlcations should be adJrcied to to go with them to ita magnificent rooms in iuiu, rv., four car loads (PL bead) ofaule(andj farm.over,00frult.itretb?arlr!g, 20 atrta asowed building and partaken,' ty hitn, care of Commercial Hotel, Louisrille, the Courier-Journa- l koouj In wheat, the remainder in grata, except horse for the Montgomery and Mempliia Ktrden'snd i ucrrtlo o In turn. Krut wlltb Mr M C Miller, Jr., who ha a po- ita hospilitlily. Several other members 6 i:i.V.i "t.t.i. . UueJsauary I, IHJ. 'S'ote with good iceurltyre- te..rj I.... nib a iiuciui viu,,i sition In the Farmers National Hank, were pnsent and for an hour or two we li id inarKeis, vji, vuuru flulred cif the party rtrting SA.11I.. CO(illiAX and ourajock men ate alwaya glad.totrte '.fidina.iz' brought hf fttnily down from Mt. Vernon a most delightful time between the '.'Cham kmm htm here. ' yesterday and will occupy Mr. S. II. Haujh-man'- s ptign snd the Sherry,'' as Wntlerson would f MCSSOllgGr! HUST0NVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. and animated conversahoiife on the Somerset Pike, Mr sty, and running lliuglunsti moeioirlo (h Dr. Montgomery tion Col. Clark told in that the prospects Mrs. Nannie Withrow and Miss Jen- I of the coming May meeting were very fine nie Huston hnd their horse to run away property nSPPPBFpVwPPPPPPPPPPPI &mb7 and tint there were already l'JS raccis snd with the buggy last LOCR'UATTERST we'. Tbe result wis thoroughbreds quartered on the Jockey Fur? Fih this afternoon at fi. S. My- - Ciub grounds Its race course is the moit tin utter demolition cf the vehicle Fortunately the occupants escaped without injj populsr in country and its wonderful suc- ry. They were badly scattertd in tin Tho attention of tbo ladies is called especially to our new stock of Kt4 A ItADeoMr. Ifne of uVensware just re' cess ii due mainly to the Col's, efforts and I y aulllon; Moral: No horse is mfe for Punn.Htaulord.Kr-- roale 1178) bred by Charle. smash. klred by Mecuier Chief ; ceired at liriglil A Curran's. enterprise. Col. Fsulkner bat caught on ti ladies. lire tf Maud MeenBr, record J 20; Mirrel, record 2:S0, Ou, fascinating side of city life and tnjiya Tne doctors arc kept rtrj busy in this Gakdcn seed, New York seed polaloe the filth het on hfarr track; Abel Abiallah, u Bt is collector of customs and section, Not a great deal of serious e twrt' K it greatly. He trial and onion sets stT. R. Walton's. anil other promising onra. but a great number of symptomatic oldFlratdam gule by frenlo, refird tells us that importations have increased and n'd n Oommxlore Yetehday was a typical spring day and in LmUville fully 33 per cent, in the laat cases. Many anticipate a malarial reason, the aire of Von Arnlm,Ai. e.ie, l.t ; T. A.. 3:2; Kittrontor UO.OOOi you could almost see the grs grow. in low. lying localities. year, making of courre a big Increase in his Young Hentlnel, !M: M rfnon, i.iVf, Vlvandlere, : nuKotlnel JM'.j; The L. iv I Literary Society propose 2 2ftW; Capoul. 2.2S;l!' lunterr, the flrx ( 8t. Ju-llDm prlng lot of Zdgler Uros' shoes for stlare, which is now inoro respectable than brother !. V 2 Ui;(l loiter, 2 ': Alley, 2 19; inline. t.i.t the Governor of Kentucky gets. He to hold tbe closing meeting of the reason both x- - iut rweledatS II ShsnKi.1. PrlTr2 1H; Hjiter, SOJf; Aiuy.2 20i ia a'wsrtu hearted, genial gentleman and on Friday evening, April 4 ih. Tho memand a irore more In fi I 'I1 c'i recoDddam. Kllly Uiw i dut efBrii I'lvmotii Uock Kgga fur hatching pur- we were glad to learn that he is prospering bers nnd visitors have erjoyed the meet- Ctrl. recoM 8 a. reeord S 0"t Trr-old Aud that of the he gentlemen to poses, f ,r sale at Mc Roberts A Stage's. Le- nnd gaining in the i;ood graces of thoso ings greatly and the exercises have been of nnd thearandam of Maud Mesvni:er, 2 2n, by Maid, 2 11; Itoiallnd, the aire of aoldamltli vi Hubble a high order. alme and tinder him in authority. 2 2i;i,Thorniale12 224; Almont, Abdallah I'llot. Messrs. Dunn A rjharpe returned Thk finest assortment of chewing and Thk way of transgresiors is inieed hard. Third dam by Ret Jacket, (tire of the dam nt from Cincinnati with 14 head of horses Kentucky Wllkei. 2 21 and Ihe gran Urn of Oa So,smoking tobaccos in town ctn he found al Until recently there was not a more lland-lteiol Phil Thompn. purchased in that city. Mr. James Crow 2 d recird. Wllkea.ilre 2 21) by Comet; by Sherman yinr-ulB. S Myers'. or orderly appearing citixen in the aire ol Verm ot Illack Hawk, the sir ol who are on the rick and Mrs. L. D. Goode, Kthan Allen and miny othpr troltert. Ited 6iiAr'EK will more his gallery to Win- Shelby City thnn Stephen Coppage and ilnd by a half brother to Black Hawk lilt, are both improving Mrs. F. C. Goode counterSentinel and Alexamler'a Abiallah are both by chester May 10th. Take notice all you his arrest and inearceratiou as has rented her retidence to tho Misses Lo- Kralyk'i Hambletonlin, the grandnlra of Maud " who want good pictures. feiter tliertfure, fell like a thunderbolt tOJijJay-ere-ae2 l(Bt. Jullen.2 llif, gan and will sojourn, for lime, with her 8.. 2 and ia tbe (Ire orDexter, 2 Vt; Mettle, 2 18; At., Feahino that the fire would efirct the from a clear sky on that little village. 89ti John. Her only unmarried daughter Orauce lr, 2 20; Oeors Wilkes, t 21 ami thirty other", with records nf 2 SO and hatter. Meaaonger The abovo aro acknowledged tho leadinc goods of the market and due notice sire of their audience here the New Orleaca Hurried of! to Louisville, a still further will be with hei. Cfairfwai irrt- -l by AtOallah I'llot, aire of Plckard, should be taken. record, 2 28; lit dam li Minstrels have cancelled their coming date. atirpriie was added by his prompt convic A train of 31 care loaded with corn, 2 IS',: Red Jhu, (Jen. George H. Thomaa, aire of to All appeals for a new trial were overtion. Meiienger.ilre We suppose wecn stand it if they can. contributed by Kansas farmers for the bene- scotl'e Thonm. 2 21, by Mamhrlno by Mamhrlno ofLewlnikl.J 2,;. Second dam ruled and Saturday, he was chained to will appreciate our determination to pull through, we are grateflood sufferers in the Ohio val-le- Chief, tre or Lady Thorn. 2 IS'iJ Wocdfonl Mam- Hoping you Wr. are under obligations to the Louis- Wm, Hay, of ISoyle, aud the two marched fit of the fully onrs, hrlno, 2 2IS; Mamhrlno Patcheusnd ntbers. has arrived at Cincinnati. This reThird dam by Imp. Napoleon and Engllih Hunville CWimercfoi, Ilarrodsburg Democrat, from the LouUville jail to the U. S. Coutt-roominds us that here in this old agricultural ter, Ac. llreedera willobtcrve that Abdallah Lancaster Xevt and a number of other exBoth felt the disgrace they had ti uearly lull brother to Maul Metnger, blue-grisregion 2 2U, lhat aold for $1,000 and for H.OOOlaat notices of our issue brought unun tDemneives and looked ex center in the far famed changes for handsome fall; they hare lami aire and grandam; hli dam la in ihe.home of the cerials and grasses, better bred than Maud'a dam. He la a euro foal on the morning of the fire. tremely dejected. Judge liarr first ad no provender of nny description can be getter and a horse of flno ityle and carriage.. He Uunn'a will mvU the leavin "Orn Lof is Youit Gain." We will dressed Contiage who in answer to: "Have procured on uny terms. Tbe thing is 2U milt from Stanford,ofon1834. at Charles pike, at ltuh you anything to say why sentence should of- - saddles and harnoea cloio out our stock mysterious, but the fact is potent. The H'iftTW l.NNUHKAv LIVING COLT. damaged Uy the fire nt city prices and not now be pawed upon you?" replied that long and rigoreua winter had something to waa Alto will aland a giye you a discount of 20 per cent. Cash he had been wrongly convicled hut it do in the way of exhatieting the mpply, no ue to talk now. The Judge then fined onlr. W. It. Carson A Son. Lancaster but it does not account for the prevailing him $10 and fixed his punishment at four street. bought aava , famine, A car load of corn and a few (t? TO INS UK - J. M. Hall where M made a be In oiue ! onet The London A Liverpool ft Globe In years' hard labor in the Detroit penitentia balea of hay would find a ready market ieaonuiul'iI baythe nrlRhlorhofil and he hai the were and Hay waa Jet ofl with three years. being a good breeder. surance Co , is considerably on top here ry. just now in this corn growing community. reputation of Addrwa If. O. W'JV.V. His esse is a peculiarly hard one. lie titaiiford, ky. now, and its buiness ia increasing largely pleue send us a bun-di- e If we cin't get this, adjusted accidentally got hold of n ten dollar counsince the fair manner in whick-t-t of oats or a sheck of fodder. A man terfeit bill and not wishing to lose the enwhether he had iti lositM by Ihe fire. W were wtipr in was akinc advice a, Alcald, (aire by Chlel; atatingtlutW.il Higgina had cancelled tire amount sold it for ?2 50. He plead better kill his cow and feed her to the dog By 2 2t',v; Enigma, dam br 2 2l; Fancy Day, 'l SD, Ac.) mighty hard for n light sentence, but with or kill bis dogs and feed them lo his cow? w'il link- - the teaaon of 1831 at Mr. t Yeager'a, hli policy wiln It. Tl 6 Xtn. VaJ the one 'I'rovilfoce NelgbborhoiMl," Danville, Ky.. at JCSTAny parties who bought goods from us on credit a week provious to out avail. The scene wis truly rt sad one II . , ii. gift To Iimurr. ho cancelled with and then iccreaiod his rsptllon Blood Cure curta oil dlaeasca originatt we prefer never to look upon nnother tho fire will please report same. Otir day book containing theso items was aid ' policy with the L. A L. & G. $2,600, makting In any Impairment of tbe blood, at Fltaor part of our sales but not. .. all. and of the klnu tenia ADRI7P b'end 6 coilly firpoilasegooda, receive destroyed, and wo remember insurance with it $1,000. Judge Epilepsy, Anitmla, Sick Headache aid Teuial ing hia which ljx of fn, GEO. H. BRU0E & CO. The State Veterinary Surgeon of Weakneaics. Tor rale at Mcltoberla A jiUgj'a. will help all, of eltlyrtex, minora money right I'hilipi the agent, i monstrous proud of sway tho anything ! fn.ibl world; Fortune s the nmU disease in that ?a-3t- . the reputation hit company hm made In Illinois rejo-tThe dlrectloba for' the rapjllon Medlclou an In sVait the worker! abfojuiflr ure At once I k A CO., Audita, Maine. Sta'e to b fjotro', and not contagious Engluh, German, Frano, Italian, Dan'lib, I'jIIiu community. this eo Them rather than hold a s'ngle item longer than iDjrt PRICES 11 il i . a. SKTR ' Public Sale ! J NOT DAMAGED: te Dan-tIIU- r ,. u; d rt Ha-c- ou - ..v.j.j r i ..! il. "' CMMuMf Best '. SHOES, HATS, Gents5 Furnishing Goods'; Abdallfttl --i Dry Goods, Trunks, Valises, &c. 1 1 Red-ba- y d. TK-or- pick-nes- ?Si 'lr PHILADELPHIA Kntl-nellafu- ll FINE SHOES, -- l 3- Mqr-ss- n, Jack-et'iili- Buell's Celebrated Boots and Shoes. (iitrr-ln-blo- y, Mei-an- s ld GEO. H. BRUCE Ohurch, Stanford. 19, 3001 MVIT2 JACK I- MESSENGER Dl-- Next door to the Methodist PRINCE, Hy-la. 3MCA.3R.03E3C hi -upon the amendment proposed by the Senator from J The question being A. Gmuicl Combination INTERIOR7 JOURNAL An J the LouUtIIU CHAMPO ! SScmiiaUchlnlntcrioriounial Stanford, Ky., Da-vle- The amendment proposed by Air. i.ambee was decided out of order. I tnislatlre Idiocr. The question being upon ordering the tlm of To show our naders how the reading. we glre the btll to a third Uit LeRilare ia wi.ted TheWll was red by its title. the following sample: A bill to remove Mr. Haya moyed to adjourn. of BalUrd was up for conridw. eaart-heuiThe yew and naya were demanded yesa ,tion and hour, were .pent In the G-ROCER- S from 5; nay, 21. and in fillibuBtering. This u question being upon dispensing wnn The Ihe official journal of the home: theemendment the rule. TLo question beinirTjpon Mr. FopIb demanded the "yeaa and nays proposed bj Mr. Minder and asked to be excused from voting. nste. Mr Bobbin addrred the The Speaker excused the Senator. swsion waa Oa motion of Mr. Bmith the The yeas and nays were then called upextended to conider thia bill. on dispensing with the rale yeaa 21t,Bajr, Mr.'Mundar addrcd the Snat. ' "" 5.y r MrtJVnughn addressed the Htnate. Mr. Fogle moved to adjoarn. The yeas and nays were demanded yeas Hr. Fole addrewed the Senate. Mr. Burnett addressed the Senate. 6; naya, 21. Mr. Smith addressed the Senate. The Chair having decided that the preMr, Haya moved to adjourn. vious question waa exhausted. demanded-y- e" The yeas and nays were Mr. Munday addressed the Senile. t. n.irn.ii ihatmI the Drsvious que- ll;aya, 15. Fogle movtd to adjourn until ne ,:5 Mr. mora- The yea and nays were demanded yeas, nmutei laet 10 o'clock f in- 19; nays, 5. The question being upon the pataage ol The Teas and nay were demanded the bill, 7; nays 13. Mr. Bolea moved to adjourn. Mr. Boles moved a call of the fcenate. Fogle aiked to be excused from Tho yess and nays were demanded yeas Mr. 3; naya 20! TOtiag. yeaa The yeaa and naya were then called upon The yeaa and nave were demanded i ya,4. 3. the paaeagaof 19; nays, upon Mr. Robbini moved to reconsider. The yeas and naya were demanded Mr. Smith moved to lay upon tho tablo motion of Mr. Bole for a calFof the f The yeas and nays were demanded. Boles moved to adjourn Chair excused Mr. Fogle from voting Mr. demanded yeai yeaj, 20; naye, 2. The yeas and nays were Mr. Haggsrd moved to adjourn until 11 7; nays 1G. morning. moved ths previous .ques- o'clock Mr.Robbins The yeas and nays were demanded ytas tion: Mr. Fogle demanded the yeas and nays, 19; nays, 3 votinjj. And then the Senate adjourned until 11 and asked to be excutod from . morning. which he also demanded the yeu o'clock Upon , nays yeas, 18; nay, 1. and Too Heavy for the Angels, 1 The yea. and nays were then demanded Not many years ago there lived not a upon ordering the previous- question yeas, hundred miles from Atlanta, a respecttd lOjnaysO of a Baptist church, Sen- - and influential member South-Ben- d Mr. Robbing moved a cA of the who was very slow in meeling hi pecunibeauate. morning his an-- l najs ary obligations. One Mr. Fogle demanded the yeas tiful and interesting little . 1 fi. n v. 3: --. ;-i" said to him: f mo aged about nine years, The chair decided that noinwg "Grandpa, I. had a dream auoui you call was in o;der. ?. of list night" Mr. Fogle appealed from the decision -Well, tell it to me," eaid he. the chair, in writing, in follow: rnrlmflVried she replied: "I thought The Senator from Mirion appeila from you died last night, and the angels came Ihedecuionof the Chair upon the ruling to take you up to heaven. Alter a awe to which decided that a motion to adjourn whit ther beiran to bo up until ther were certain was not in order when a call a time aeeaaed to which almost out of sight, when they ef the 8enate had been ordered, from become confused flying around but go- decision the Senator from Marion appeils in no hieher. Then they turnea anu Jno. D. Fogle, to the Senate. Signed came down with you, laying jou upoa the 8. H. Bolw. ikaip inutftr Mtvins! 'Xob an MO the The Lieut. Governor retired from heavy for us, we can't carry you to heaven, occupy Chair, aad called Mr. HalUm to you must go pay your debts, ther weight with lhe ppal you down. If you will settle Mr. Bobbins moved to lay the you owe, especially the printed, we will upon the table. come for you before long." Mr. Fogle demanded the yeaa and naya The old gentleman, greatly agitated deyeas 17; nay, 6. cided at once to correct his faults. He imThe Chair directed the Clerk to proceed mediately paid all hie debt he owed. g raader tbo call. was a changed maa, 8ena- - From that day he The roll being called the following afterwards for his promptoeea in noted tora responded. engagemenU. It waa not very Carpenter, Cau financial Henri. Boles, Burnett, long before the angels came for him, and Fogle, dill, Clement, Cox, Dixon, Elliott, it is believed that he waa ready.-Uhris- -tian Haggard, Hallam, Hays, Martin, Qreeo, Index. Rob-biaD. L. Miore. Munday, Pay, Poole, Siiootino A Lazt Man. Probably the Walker, Walton. Smith, Vaughn, is a prisoner ia the fur- laziest man on record Mr. Munday moved to diptnw with Lockport, N. Y , jail. The eheriff want-e- d ther' .ura'coedinga under the call. him to shovel off the snow from Ihe The yeas and nays were demanded yeu streeU, but he absolutely refused to do so. fr, nays, 19. He waa then given th alternative of shovThe list of ataea tees wis eling or being shot. He choe the latter. Speaker. The authorities then proceeded to "shcot" The Sergeant at Arms brought in the him. He wai placed in a corner of the Senator from Fayette, who aitd he hid cell with his face toward the wall. A gun krou absent to get bin diinner. waa loaded with a blink cartridge, and IT. flnr mnvp.l tij eXCUe I'lOJ for hi waa discharged at him. At the same time absence. the sheriff threw a book at the culprit's Mr. Bjtes demanded tbojeia and nays head, and he d.oppid to the floor with all 23; days, C. a dead man, and brought In the th appeararcts of being The Sergeant-at-Aruu- t he was, He on rewaa he probably thought Senator from Jtfferiou, who eaid he covered, but his dislike for shoveling snow absent with a view to going to Ltxington was fully proved. Chicago Times. with Senator Price, who is sick. "Oalv let a wife know she Is precious to Mr- - Walton moved to excuse him. her husband -- not useful, not valuable, not Mr. Fogle demanded tin yea and nay convenient simply, but lovely and beyeow, 23; najM, 0. brought in the Sen- loved; let her be the recipient of his polite s Sergtant-at-ArmThe in and hearty attention?; let her feel that ator from Pendleton, who said he wai and that he had her care and lovea are noticed, apprethe Library writing a brief, ciated, and returned; her opinion asked, alao l)2cn to get his dinner. her approval sought, and her judgment moved to excuse him. Mr. Smith and r.av rrspected in matters of which she is Mr. Bole demanded the in short, let her only be loved, yea?, 22; nays, 1 reported that ue houored. and cherished, in fulfillment of s Sergeant-at-armTho Sena-to- r the mairiage vow, and she will be to her had natisfactory information that the appearand husband, her children, and society a from Fleming va tco ill to of happiness" on motion he was excused. Walton moved to dispense with furMr. The Secret Service division of the treas-r- y ther proceedings under the call. at Washington warns the people of the Mr. Boles demanded the yeai and nays country that measures are being taken to yean, 10; uays, IS. counterfeit filver certificates. A brought the Sena-to- r pas The Sergeant-at-arm- s sample of the attne has just been received from Morgan, who eaid he was raird atthateffice. The issue is of the date of with theienator from Casey upon the ques-tio- 18S0. eieued James Gilfillan, treasurer. now before thu Senate. The note is shorter than the genuine, and moved that he be excused. kc. on the back the word taxes is spelled taris. Mr! Bobbins moved that he be fined These salient pointe, if carefully guarded, twentV-fit-- e ccnSa foi the benefit of the will protect the public yet among the hurschool fund. Withdrawn. ried ncd careless it might work great damupThe yeas and nays were demanded age. -y- eas, 25; naye, 1. on excusing him A gentleman who observed Jimmie reported that Senator s Bergeant-at-armcarefully taking the census of a company the city. Rigney and Sparks were not in assembled in a parlor awaiting a call for fur-thMr. Martin moved to dispense with supper inquired: "What is the matter, proceedings under the call. "Why," replied the urchin, Jimmie?" Mr. Bolts demanded the yeaa and nays with a torubled air, "here's nine of us, yeaj,21; nays.C. counting me, and mamma has gone and Tho question being upon ordering the cut the two pies into quarters, and that onmain question. ly makes eight pieces." Mr. Bole moved to adjourn. demauded-'-yea- s To be always intending to lead a new Tho yeas and nays were Ufa., but never to find time to set about it., , 8; nays, 17. nays were then called upon is as if a man should put off eating and The yeas and 22; nays, Arrtm frnm one dav to another, till be 1 ordering the main question-ye- as, starved unddeslroyed; ' ' 4. e The yeaa and naya were demanded March 25, 1884 yeas, 0; nays, 18. BRIGHT -- k CURRAN THE Weekly One Courfer-Journ- al jwr for more than the price of one. onlj 83-t- wo puri for lltU WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - n7 de-ha- te Br pajltiuuiMyou will rfcelre l,fr om year the wllU lUe Courltr-Journajour borne frprwnullV. newipipff of Ih. 8outh, diacriit. le na for a tariff for rfnuonly, anJ th btU wetkly to brlshte.t.nd ablut family to examineths Inltjd Httf. Thu8 whnJeilte 1 w at tbla offlte. it Wpy of the Cou tlr can j - Tin M,Hn of (too Imports Ncrm;n Ptallton. will im at lb. it.bla of J M. Tray, ColUge," IS mil, from Hlaaford, al "Ilnh -- AlfD DEALEE8 IN- - AT l,eo a 81B THE OalTOim 8EASOM, a colt. HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. gies, Wagons, t -- turtNiur Il 'J if. D.M. FERRY SCO.fe tl.U.n an. .' Hf Ml Oil r l lt lllt.itrii il.l rnrrrto V nM arilr-nJocr Uwnu i t 1. paund. and II 4 yar aid th Wtbo MT aetla" joA In t Bfit JUIofflBatylao4 bodr. with w.JMnap- rli.s.! di lam iin nt ihoaMl. b.d and iifck waft Ml on. He waa IniporlN oy ti iv. niuDDin.ia a M.t III.,Sptrnbrlt, IMt. Wc will ale. land at U tara put our ano a Vahm Talr 110STON ! haiMl.hllb.wa.loalV.HJ Id KI'i 1U ':".".. Knd, liw ! lir Warrior, bl. :iy $1.25. Twice a Week. $1.25. j. .' vc, Farming Implents, Bug- - The IirOLTJDIKO THK- - The Beit, Wewiieit and Chetpeit Newspaper in tho South Semi-Week- ly AiSICfaraUVntO COLT. IVUB U a lullful blaci. MS- Post. IJ.fhlnJ Jlui dmty nd moth S.i-1- 1 ISirtfr (lrlilam VV.rrlor.Ntk nhi Kly, "fl ll'iM l JVAKKt'IKl'M. thabUI-yeas,2f;na- Kurrbodr ihou J Uk. tt, It kItm tb. UtMt wtk. Ih. DEMOCRATIC, lit. ud for Im taoMf. U UDK.ST to PoUllw. but It UIN OKPES t tk rtMtif th b.t n.wimram.rr; oUIbi th brcl tdlUrUliand tb th. Durk.t reUH m.tUr, port. -- U hr only l.asperjrwr. RwidT.I.docof - rRUrirVil0AL AM bl M. DBDITT. Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and TJ. S. Buggies and Carriages. -- Sond lor Specimen Copies. XTWHtNlSViH A.TIII-.A.AV- I MT. YKRKOM. KV. ISMyr Kfiry t.rmfr. fifty nifirhint, rrtrj mitt muil uccr. BOUDBTT iinowN, ' w. aaawaf. , hart It. h 'i.crllx at ALEX. AKDEHBON, "'l ilouSU tbe r. nifuilf r, you (tt Jut X.A.V, ly, liy an ortloary roattrr rrwllBf DAMTIIXX. ST.. lor l.aa and It com ft to you twlr a w v.r ,u tNI, itanu ia ormonvi llrrl lo ua. Will raU In Ik OaarU of BoyU aad b4JUIb yaur coantr. rmll eooBllM aod lo tba Court f ApfxaU. AJ4r Til LUl'ItVILLK l"0T. .y, lAul.riiif, liia-t- j ln rf" A.TTOUNBYHAT H. u. WiiohtsIhdianVecetablePills SOLE AGENTS FOR - And aU Bilious Complaints LIVER tnVe, W roii tii a bs:mt Will pracllr Aad MuUi Comnlulonw lUMkmtl Qrtnlt Cuur, J. A.ttornoy A.t. X.Tr, IBH, lo OOro la Court-bou- t. apelalty, vkhmon, &t. Ik. ItocknulU VoutU. OoIIm-tlo- ni IV and Hamilton Plows, Solo Bafp 1 1 noirrlp-lirx p rJy tcw-it- de A J Ununlau. WirftArta nr Houth 09t My.r. alda Main MUt, tb nUl. lkk HU HO JO Or DUNTIHT, MTANrortn, Kr. two door. abo? r. nurriiAN, grand-daughte- r, Agents for Furst & Bradlej 's Sulky and Turning Plows, -- u-- PATENTS l. MU7 TuraMlrou. Olid. Oa. aduloltUrtd wb.B r quirw. DU. W. D. l'BNKT, ilnuntOM't Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agent for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; AIho Agent for I U . nl in p. r Iirn .1 Mi. nil lltiUir. f l"atfnt. t?rat. TrJ tb lnilc-- bitr. au .U. tam. tPTrtbt, many. Mo. ilanit lluoa about Franni. i:nlml. unl fM.OfThlrty-Mf- n Vrart'nrlfnr. ll.l.nli . ..nil. phi. ar n . I umiinni nmtwBii Ml AMtliirAN th Urii I I nd pen niioc lli)l If If in uiliru lrr ' Mm ... Wcrklf Hntendld anrratlnH and Intfrfttlnit in. formation. Hpiclnifnoupf of lha rUullOc Amrr. T . fr liWfiLU' 03'. ntir Ro),( BTANFORU. H IontlHt. KKNTl'CKV. r. u. IM-ly- .- -t r ., i" c'w .... from I loll a. M.anl I Vj l mloUtfrol wnrn cmtrnir, I.ytU'i itor. OSc ABMlb.llr. ad r h&ar rnMtfr. AnntiaaNumce.3auruaai, Addrta MVHX S CO ltrk. , c ITfONON Chicago TUB IIOUTK." Railway. MNK nONWIKU CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RY. Louisville, New Albany & O.Y,1 ..,,! Walter A. Wood Harvesting JlaeiiltiCM; Kentucky's Tb.ooly Hit Route roa ruDDtni East Pullman LOUISVILLE Palace TO Carat Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS AMD ttOLJD TBAIKrt AM. AT BED ROCK PRICES. CHICAGO ba-in- A SOLED TRallN won fractal, Konca. raaMnc.r from tb Knoi- II Hraneb of U A K. K. H. arrif lo IwlirllU-ltlmU Uk. Ik. .T.olBf Wain of lb "Maooa aWU" aod n Ikrouth U OrefBcaatlr?, CrawfordiTlllf, Iukfajette aad Chicago nltaoat cluaxe. TIMK TABLE. OTA riO.Njt, InIaTllIe,lnclBBHttKHd Lvx iBgteB. Ky -- TO- s. WASHINGTON CITY. ,..,., T. R WALTON CoaDKtloj- - la aam d.pol with tut iraloa lor I " Crawfordirllla. Ufayctt. .. . I 11 pu ' Chicago . .., .... SMpu Th moil dlrtct rouU. with only on thane of car, to all puInU In Wlacon.ln, MlnoraoU, Iowa 11 Lr. Ixil.TlU.. A rr. Ororllu,. .... in1 ....... itifninin . I Ually. ," Uatly. 3 01 ia ItllUilllnii IIIid IHia I 01 A Kabraaka. Ac 12- - Kor rurlbar luforiaaUon, MUHKAY KKLLKU.O. I tdra LoutiTill, Ky The Direct Boute toLynohbnrg, Dan villa, Korfolk, All Virginia and North Carolina KENTUCKY at riB -- THE UOaT DESIRABLE L1.I BOUTE TO Fointa. For ticket, and lurtbrr Information, apply to your netfMt tlck.t ctflca.or addrvu W. J. Bio, W. K. ARHOll),- -: Tlcktt and Taw. AiL, AdTrtUloft Agt, W M nlu HI., LouUrlllc, Ky 310 ). W. NM1TII, II. W. I'lII.I.KK. (ifD'l Pau'r AgH. Oao'l Manafr, Ulchuond, Virgin La -- CINCINNATI! doe, And tUcldedly tb ye, If, chang. and tupcrlor accommodation u Mitioari, Iowa, Eaniai, Tezai, Popular Rout, afTordlnc, aa II TAKE THE- - OHIO & MISSISSIPPI II. W. -- cog-niza- B GROCER, E & SOMERSET STS. Tb North, Northwrat and Wrt. Id fact. If you ountf uinlit a trip la any dlrrctlon, your InUrral by purchulng your llck.U la will ti. K. C. and Cincinnati. 1'uilmao i'alace I ara; Kir gaat New Hay Coach., and h.ndwiurly furnl.b. ed Itccllnlng Chair Cara loru the unequal eulpui.ntaof thli Old Reliable, thereby uaklnc trip oter thl. line on ol luxurloui comfort anJ pleuur. Try It. TIME TABLE, IN EFFECT NOVKMHEIt 18. 18S3 Time hrrlu li V talnulM tlowtr than tliu btretfore ulren. lrtrTrl rot TIIK- - South. No. I. ... . No. in 15 ID 4. No. IS. ., ., . East,West and North FBOSI Lr. 11 Covington " 10 13 ' Falmouth well-spri- 19 M a tn Arr. l'arli.. II no a in l.ie. l'arl Arr. Islington.. ii u p iai ! Le. l'arl " Mllleraburg " .........i' X PSLlXlfS CINCINNATI, the Ea.t Arr. Carllilo May.vllle.... 11 OA a in and I'alaceHlMplnzCar. to Cincinnati. Wadilng Ltb. ton, Ilaltlworv, rbllaJvlpbla and Nw Vork.wltU- Wlnche.ter... 12 31 p Ul 11 - Cynthlna... 10 a m 4 2i a in 5 p ro, p in o w p Itt 8 00 p in. o no p in a 00 p in 6 VO p in 0 40 p it 8 10 p ml 8 00 p in 7 1 41 p in Northwest and aouthwoit, with Palico Curi on tight train, LouIitIIIa to Ht. Louli. 2 VZL1YIS from I.OUISVII.tK HV.UJV1S and tbeWf.t, to Arr atanlord June " Klcbmond " Lancaster Noktu. 2 0) 40 I 'JO p m 5 00 p in No. 1, t nil 8 50 piujl'i 4 I 1U; 25 - 4 40 00 p in 17. pm pru pin No.. No. 12 Bo 1 CO n lO C Hours . J-.-- .'SSBiff ttoia LOUIhVILLE to nlth 2T"-ir- , -n Lre. Stanford June Laucailer " hlchmoud " Wlnche.ter... Arr. l'arl. Lve. May.TllIe 11 0 00 am 0 40 a in' 5 to a in 12 25 p nil 5 40 7 00 a m 2 0) pint 2 50 puij pu pm 1UID nil I'AOO and the horlli, with Day balr Can through without change, Coach, and J lnj CarlUle 11 COR. MAIN Air. l'arli LreT Mlllenburg ... 5 7 7 7 er r)9fra yisro' 'T - STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Tarfi 7 55a m1 2 50 p m Tarli.. (dally) from Loulnllle Ths2;Up. ro. Eipresi CTnthlna.... 8 SO a ml 8 28 p m bai I'alace eleeplng Car. from Loultrllle to New twir r u.vuu.....t vi ... York without cbange, anlflng at Wublngton 2,'K Arr. Covlngloo II 10 a m, 0 10 p tn p, m. next day a iij a in, Arr. Maj.ruie b mini j fo. 27 i.r. B 05 p in, Arr, Miytrllle 8 10 p m Hours Ahead of All Competitor!, No. nA Ir. Lex. I.T. MaTavllli, A4H m. Arr. Ijiw IKA im Ki No. 28 J.t. Mayarille 12 80 p ni. Arr. Lex.3 40 p m Emigrant and KomeSeeker tU theO.A M. It'y ru, v i,v.i.. t w pm hare Through Day Coach m on all trtlni. Hare No. 5 Lt ralnjowpiu. An. raiioouin 7 30 a m uth 8 55 a m, Air, Cor. tii-w r . . no midnight change.. Arrive at Ht. Loula 2 hour. iiiw. o ',, i t uuir hhwctu ivicuiuouu, ijBiingiuu Id adrancoof other line, thereby aecurlng uior and CcTlDgiu; all etheri dilly except Sunday. time for making chang ot carl and jetting flrit oholc of aeala fa can of conaectlng Une. to In adranoe of other line to Indljnanolli and Chicago ,. nd tb. only line glrlna u patron, a li. a Zt I li . .l".L. !. t For ticket, rate and Information pertaining to lua who riue aiuug .U vuurva ui um9 Aicaigaa. For ticket., rates, time, map., Ac, apply to time, connection, Ac, call on or addrra Ticket Ageala ol conaectlng line, or addreta W. II: McllOBEUTS, Aotur. II. ti. SHOWN. Houtbern I'aawnger Agt., BUnford, JCy. a. KCor. Fourth A Halo it.., LouUrllla G. L.BIIOY7N, O. W. BENDEn, YY, lY.ir.Am)iii, tv. a, siiAirui;, UuperlDtendant. O.n'l I'au. A Frt. Agt wea'i Aiaaager. uen'i PaaMuger Agt Covington, Ky. . Cincinnati. OEO. H. McKINNEY.Trat. I'aai. A Frt. Agt. ftbJtwa.Kj. Htaotord, Ky. J. D.'uiLLT PiaMagVr-Jtgft'r- ,' I w LOOK AT THIS Ixlnaton. 40 a 10 a 30 a 55 a 7 00 a 7 65 a m'12S0 p in, in in m, iu 1 68 p m 2 ,'J p m, 2 50 p in 2 00 p nil 2 M m ., ix. i.hjj.,i. I.... -- Special Hates Emigrants. -- I --