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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884040801 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. jlemi Item to ntefio 55? VOLUME Scini-MccltX.-NUM- jjmfm $4k NEW A.-T- 1 SERIES-NUMB- ER BER 510. The STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 8, 1884 Cook. 239 lj $nlcrior$ounml W.JP. WALTON. Emancipated LETTER FROM FRANKFORT. Editor fntii (or Journal- . ThoLono Navigator. i'uliUtihvtl Tiicmlnyii XM21L ' IVrlma, 83. OO A.Nivum MlaawiLLiCK. Hliout DihrIkI nnwa. Oh let It k forth, To tlio Fait and the Weal, to the Houth ami th North, Let tin Tulleya relatru It anl tlig bill aniwer hick, lam fri-- from illah-- atcr, I am freo from pot- hlatk, I aui frt from lb amelt of lulled cahbaga and pork. I am fr from the la lis and from Ihe flMb-hr1 am fie Iroui the tray, where lor mitir aa hour My oorriu hare achtO from working up fliur, I am frit from pot, I am frt from kltlla, Wlirre hot boiling ataam baa oft trlnt lily meltlo, I am trr Irom th brat that cauird awrat lo flow; When the wMthvr wai cold and lb thrinometer low, I am frca from the grwuf, I am !ra from the illrt, That, aplt uf all tarr, would adaer lo my illrt. Now.dlee-c- J IllsuUdr, I ill all Ihe day, In grortful ptilllon and atltchtog awaj, Or reading nice Uwka, or writ ng long lettere, 8o trll my ilrar Irlrnda, t am frr Irom my fotttra. At nr, If 'III plpataat, I put no my bound, And walk oil Iho lawn, (jilly il nglng a onnel, Mo hippy am I that I am brimful of giro, And I'm all Iba llu alnglog'! am fret 1 am nr Wbm pall atrlclly la advance. II we line to iUOT tlrat, 83..10 will bechiwd. GE0.0. BARNES in XIIA.IBX3 DAI-STO- ENGLAND rrHLJa X.OUI" 102 SiiAriCLr.wKi.tf Lank, IlMKIN, B Mah 121, 1881. from Vtr Inttrtof (OutitlauaJ Uit Inu.) V, s V An extraordinary ecene took place a few days since at the Leek Cemetery, in England, on the occasion of the funeral of a retired farmer. On arriving at tho grave the officiating clergyman, He v. W. Ileris-ford, vicar ol St. Luke's, Ir'ok, pointed out that the corpse's feet would not point to the Eastward, and although the sexton told him that the gravo was in a similar position to hundreds of others, and showed him the headstones in confirmation, tho clergyman iusiBited upon his point, referring to paatin theatudy ofboola. This moat un- the difficulty which would be experienced to tho power of the on the day of the resurrection if the corpse expected truth qnite overwhelm 1 m with joy. was placed otherwise tho than with his feet "Praiae the LOUD, the paraon i conven- no the East. A rule was procured, when ed," said a rough Cornwall man, when it was found that tho grave would jttrt Win. Haalam waa fully won over to a clean take tho coffin the reyerse way, Htid Ihe cut cos pel and preached it from his Church ceremony waa then proceeded with. niilnit n few year ago. We of a in our How to Quit DniN'iciNa. Just you quit, word of praiese echoed the hearts. What may we not expect in the without oath, resolution or promise. Kim-plquit. If you have a young man's wiiy ofbloMins wlthnn honet pastor and united people. Such a preacher aa Uro. weakness for beer, wino or wliieky, na the Lunboureii n rarity and I feel aure that ruilro.ul man says, "Shut her off." There unbounded blesaing will como from this is no trouble about it. Let mo tell you bold stand for tho simple truth letting go there is no harm in whisky. It does not "consistency" early training, everything, and can not hurt you if you don't drink for Jesus. We wero a happy lot, riling it. That's all you have to do. Don't be a homo in the train, aa we praised the LOUD prohibitionist lunatic. Don't bo a reformfor His goodneiH and rejoiced over the er. Don't be a fanatic; just eimply don't "convertion" of a "preacher," for be, like drink and all the whisky that is made Peter of old, can now "strengthen his breth- in America can't make you drunk if you don't drink any of it, Whisky never ren." Ever in Jesu. Geo. O. Bauniu. Bob Bur-dettPa- hurt n man who didn't drink it. It cout $07,220 per mile to build the cific railrond. The New Mexican Central In somo parta of Dakota a man who has been built at a coat of $21,000 per mile. door-ma- t and takes ofl The latter waa fully aa difficult to con- wipes hia fee ton a but Boston capital his hat when he entera a house is called a struct and as expensive, dude, , built the latter without Government aid. Lain-bourne, Our Caledonian Itoad meetinK cloaed in with n termon on lie 21 bleiaing coining of our dear LOIU). A precious vretk of aervlcf all too ah'irl lor the biit reiullH. Dut we muat oloe when our expires and wait for the "good time cowing," when we ahatl b unfettered aa lo coming aud itolng hjr "couiuiltlee," 'boarda," 'palor" or what not. Sunday, March Uih. Licgin at Ilromltv le lhw, In n IltptUt Uliftiwcle, of which Hro. V. T. I.unbotirne i pAnlor. It I and holding 1, new atructure, neaiing 1,-600 and ooe of the netted audience-rooI hive een. llro. Lmibournt i a voting man yet, though an experienced worker for the LORD. We took tea in the velrv with him and hi excellent wife. We reached the preaching place hjr the Illack-we- ll brunch of the North Lndon Hiilwar in 120 minute from the DaMon junction Alighting at tho Poplar Milion, another 110 thin time on H niik mire," minute of the "iron horo" brought u via Ka1 India Dock Road to thecor. ofl'runa-wic- k ltoad and Zjtland atreet, where, in the heart of a denie population of artlaan and dock-yarmen, thla important enterprise haa been carriol on (or KVer.il rear. Tor two rear Hro. L. wrought in a tin"; then got tho (unda for build n' ' d fl0" ' progrwwing awimminglr, with.a Uuiik uhuroh and a fine hind of worker. We took to Uro. and Sinter L at first Highland I believe the attachment waa reciprocal. Ma the truth bind u moie c1ooIt together in all time to come. We had a noble audUncn to night anil ihe dear M uloriou LOUU filled tho hoii 1'ralae the presence, A grand Or uiiitu LOIU). Monday, March 10ih. A package ol Jirtth 1 intra from good Hro. Kgerton, containing a report ol ray eruion on the"Hra-re- n Serpent," evident' Inserted to "ruin" Mr, m there were a number of niwt viciou "fijuiU" in the me iaaue. (howing the oNimwofihe editor. I dulr cut all nut where I and inserted in my acrp-book- , preserve other lecord uf the xame kind from both aide the "Herring I'oud." At the night meeting, a tplendid attend' nncefor Monday and the dear LOIU) itave utterance on a point that of late ha taktn moil definite and eogroaaing har in mind and heart, ti'i: the diaaater that accouipanicaany attempt to know (Sod outn'ule tho I'eraon of Jeu Christ. The "heavens may declare Hi glory and the firmament Ilia handy work," but men haveatupldly a tared at these for 0,000 year and ouly grow on wone and wore. Jet u alone let u into 1 1 it heart of LOVB Therefore our eye are directed to Him alcne "looking unto Jeatit!" That ia the only milvation. Ho ia the only "Word" that receive the "ecret of the LOUD." It ia all ignorance of Ihe true God till then. When 1 know this, how aluiplo life become! How mysteries vaniahl I only He i atudy Qod in the I'ernon ol Jeu the "exprea image of Ilia Person." Until 1 nee Jew kill tome one, I will not believe Clod kill nny one, Until I ee Jeaua eicken Home one, i will not believe God aenda idckntta And an on to the end of the chapttr. How joyom the fact! We are shut up to Jeatia for all our knowledge of God. Praiao His Name! TciAY, Murch 11th. Another noble rapidly increaalng congicgation In number and intereat. Dear Hro. with moat unelfih xsal, uphold our baud. At tho after meeting ho declared that he had received more light and blewing ai to the meaning of acripluM in thoo three dayn thin 10 year 00 d iuva-riabljr frt." Pike's Peak Road. The Piki' Peak Railway, the completion of which within eighteen montha ia practically anmm!, will he in miny reaped, in the the moat ii'ilab e pine of trac wprld. It will mount 2,001) feet further a heavenward than the famous Lima and railway, in Peru, which ia now in operation to a point 12220 feet above the sea, the highest that the rail have aa yet attained. The obaiacle that are being overcome in its conatmclion are among the moat formldahlt- - yet presented to engineering skill. The entire thirty mile of its Irngth will be a aiicccmion of complicated curves and grd-'- , with no piece oftralght track longer than 300 feet. The maximum grade will be 310 feet to the mile and tho average grade 270 feet. The line will abound in curve from 600 to 1,000 feet long, in whi:h the radius changes every chain Forty degree curvr are numeroua and there will be ono of I!) degree that will describe three rpiarlers of a circle. The road ia being built in a most substantial manner and will bu laid with 10 pound aleel. The running lime will be about 15 mile an hour. The roaJ will cent from $12,000 to $15,000 per mile. The first section of eight milea, climbing from Manilou to a beautiful little dell called Crystal Pari, about 2,000 feet higher in the air,i now underactive conatruction.the company having 80 men upon its pay-rol- l. It i fully cxected that the line will be in operation 1 tht point by July Island to timber line, IS milea farther rnmmitward, by the close of the present year. Fully s ol the grading of the fir-- t section completed and the line, climbing the foot-hirlopea, is plainly visible from Colorado Spring. The Or-ov1 two-thirdll Kiralf Excelsior Tho New YoJk .Vercmisaid of It: "The dattling brilliancy of ila secoud The Temple of Light,' fairly took the vaat aasemblaee oQ" ita feet. The hundred of coryphee, the premier daneuaea and the male dancers, all in richly tinted costume, the vatiety of their groupings and the of their movement proved simply bewildering. The final apotheori blaxed with hundreds of electric light, indicative of the triumph of light and science, and in everything pertaining lo it the current production aurpasnea anything of the kind ever attempted, either in Paris, London, Milan or New York." Every eflorl ia being made to surpass in Louisville, the New York production so eloquently referred to above, and if good management and a lav-ia- h expenditure of money can do it, we may confidently look for one of grandest spectacle ever presented to an audience Tho new Southern Exposition building ia being prepued for it, and from May 12 to May 31, Louisville will be thronged with viaitora lo tho wondrous exhibition. ii FiiANtcmuT, April 7,1884. There reems to be a dead calm in politic, notwithstanding the State Convention i only a month off and the national Convention only about ninety day ahead. Already the democrat are scared and iquattlng. afraid of their ownrhadow. The name of that Indian f chief, would seem to suit our party very wrll With the right on our side and Ihe people ready to march like an army with banners, we arc letting Sam Itandall and his gang of prntrctioniata blufJu on a bob tall flush. The democratic party i committed to tariff reform and for it to recede one fool ia irretrievable ruin There are hut two iaaue before tho country: Who shall bave the office and whatahall be done with the taiifll Some aay, "let us first get in and then wM paint things red;" but tho people of a great nation are not to have the wool pulled over theireye in that style. There mut be some material measure between the parlies, ele the republicans will again win on the old cry of "Let well enough alone." The Kentucky drmocrata ought to speak out In their State cenvention in no unrer tain notea and formulate their sentiment aa to men and meaaures The meeting here in May ia of vital moment to the party, aa it ia one of the early conventions. The Capital appropriation bill was the red rag that set the Legislative bulls to roaring and raging during the past week. Lexington gave a gorgeous banquet the night before the hill waa to come up, which waa attended by about half of the member. It waa a very handsome entertainment and with the beautiful country and splendid drives, gave tLe viaitora a moat favorable idra of Lexington a a Capital site liut strange to say, the next day the Huuse voted for Louiaville aa the proper place for the 11 ig to float. There is no likelihood of the Capital being removed this session and the appropriation bill is more than doubtful. The recent up bstween Lexington and Louiaville d u't seem to innure to the blue grans city's benefit. Theae ia now strong talk of the Lfgiala-lur- e adjourning the 25ih of this month to an adjourned session next winter. There-sio- n may however bj prolonged utiti after the State convention, which meela May 7lh in this city. There have been over a thousand bill paistd ro far, but all the important Legialaiinn la hauked up to wards the close of the arraion, with no in dication of relief. The much-neederev enue law are untouched and it i to these that the adjiurned acariun ia ad vocated, Aa il now stand, every thing is in a tangle, but much good may be accomplished brfjie the close of the teion. Hon. J. W. Leech, Representative from Caldwell county, who died in this cily a few day since, waa one of tlu most ureful men ia his section of the Stale and as a Legislator he waa faithlul and efficient He was highly rerpected by hia ft How mrm bers. He left an eitate valued at $100,000 Mr Leech waa the third member to die since the election last August. The member from Grant county committed suicide before, or just after the Legislature nut and Judge Payne, of Warren, whodiedaome dayaago, never took his seat. Two State died and Librarian officers the Kegi-te- r since the General Assembly met. "Man-afrald-oes," e ma-lure During fhc high water a man waa teen going down the Arkansas on a log. Aa he was passing Little Rock several men prang into a skilT, rowed out lo the lone navigator, and mid: "Climb In." "Climb in what?" "In the skiff. Hurry upl" "Wall, stranger, I'm pretty well fixed. Don't take no work lo move along." "Where are you going?'' "Down the river." "We know that. Where you from?" From up the river." " ' Of course you arc "What made you ax, then7" "What are you doing on that log?" 'Travel in'." "What do you unnt to fool with us for? Don't you know yoti.ll drown if you keep on thl way?" "Wcyi't drown If I keep on thlaer way. Ef I wucttr to git offin tho water I mout drown." 'Where is your family?" "Scattered erlong." "Did your hotuo wash away?" "Sorter. My wife' back yander on a cottonwood log an' my son Hill's comin along aom'ers on a poplar." "Why don't you come to the shore?" "'Cauae it don't cost nothin' ter ride." "You'd better come off and get a drink of whisky." "Dinged If I don't do it. Feller hack here wanted .me to rome out and hear him preach, but lie didn't have the right kin' of gospel. Now, fellers, pull for the Arkaneaw shore as fas' a) jci ken." 1 ItMimm Ctat h THE FIRE TiraCES OL.3D s ooo WORTH OF GOODS, And no plnco to continue business; and aa our stock ia principally -- Has left us with- - Sw Sfiiag IItoIb Wo can not afford to hold them for ro building, but have determined to Traveler. Carter's Little Liver Pills are free from all crude and irritable matter. Concen trated medicine only; very small; very easy to take; no pain; no griping; no purg ing LAKCASTKIl ADTEnTISKMKSTR. SACRIFICE -- Them rather than, hold a single item longer than 8UUGKON DENI'lW'r, LANCA8TEK, KY. Office orrr Cltltrni Katlonal Bank. Office honra from 8 to 12 x. u and fnnn 1 lo 5 r. M. D. F. WAIiTEIl We have beconio reconciled to the lo tbat is bound lo result in tho closing of this stock, but knowing that there is nothing Baved by holding, wo will commence e O DAYSI SLAUGHTERING HUDDLE & BTJKDETT, A.rX"X'01CNJ3Vfc T X..A.AV. I.ANCASTEU, KY. Will practice In Clarrard and adjoining count le nd Court ol Apprali Office In lb Koblnion block, y Nuth Side Public tquare. 131-l- u r. iiunnir. a. m. BuaDRTT. PRICES To-da- ENTERPRISE Grocery. Inucasfcr, SCcntucky, GEO. D. BTJRDETT 5 to carry out our object. To friends who have made our business far, and encouraged us with new hope for the present year, w especially ak not to consider our present location as any inconvenience, bet come thick antlfast; say a good word for us and your frionds. "Wo neti you every every hour." The gocdi wo cfler you are y eo NOT DAMAGED. From tho burning building they were taken to a clean store-roocared for. Remember our stock consists of and well CO., liAVC- - Lutely been Making Extensive Additions To Their Stock oi - flo.lmiii. loot n SHOES, HATS, Gents5 Furnishing Goods, Fo22tns.!2 "n y o. Monroe Morri, a farmer of Robertson county, Tenn , gathered three grain of corn from tho tawel of an ear and planted again and produced a variety of corn which yields from three to five times as much as any other variety, He raised 21 barrel and 2 bushels to the aero on ordinary ground that had produced 0 barrel of common corn. The truth ol these statements is vouched for by all of the of Robertson county, and the U. S Government wa so impressed wish the value of the corn that it has purchased 600 bushels at $15 per bushel. Mr. Warren Viler planted a small quantity of it last year and raised two or three bushels Midway Clipper. Domestic Miskky. No uuhspplnesa in life ia equal to unhappiness at home. All other personal miseries can be better borne than the terrible mif fortune of domestic disunion, and nono so completely demoral izes the nature. Tho anguish of diseafo itself is modified, ameliorated, even blessed by the tender touch, the dear presence of the sympathetic beloved, and loss of fortune is not loss of happine where fainilv love is left. But the want of that love is not to be supplied by anything. Health, fortune, success, nothing has its full savor when tho home is unhappy; and the greatest triumphs are of no avail to cheer the sinking heart when the misery within has to bo encountered. It has become customary to attempt to voto something out of the Public Treasury who dlo for the families of "in harness," as it is called. This is a good thing so far as it goe. but does not nearly every honest worker die "in What is the difference between working for the 8tate and working for an ordinary employer? For every office there la always a great rush. There Is no scarcily of public servants. They are often paid n great deal more than they earn. If every officer who dies "in harness" la entitled to pecuniary consideration, ho Is every good cltexen; for who serves the State better than a good citizen? If the public money ia to flow, let it flow so that every worthy in C. Jf man may get his share.-LPAdoffi-cia- la rer-der- ed office-holdebar-neeman And now have tho Best Stock in Ger tral Kentucky. They have Parlor and Bed Room Sets, Carpet, Cano and Penitentiary-Chairs-, Marble Top, Centre Standee .Extension Tables, Woven Wine, Cot-te- n Top and Hair Mattresses, Folding Bed Lounges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Else Store Kept in a Dry Goods, Trunks, Valises, &c. Tho attention of the ladies is called especially to our now stock of PHILADELPHIA (Jruuiilufcri SiiKitr Prices. CARTE!? IfTlE fi FINE SHOES, And that of tho gentloraen to PIE LS. H &s RjGiXiL'swiJ ($& BIck JTradieho and relievo all tho trouble Incident to a hill ju Rtato of tho s Hi m, auch as Dlx-tine- a. after rating, Nan a. Drowsing, Dlstn-aTain In tho Side, Ac. Whllo their moat remark-abl- e euccce s Laa been shown la curing 0M fflfe 0P BuelTs Celebrated Boots and Shoes. Tho abovo are acknowledged-the leading gooih of tho market and duo notice" should bo taken. fully yours, Hoping you will appreciate our determnation to pull through, we aro grate- Tfcaclaclie.rctCarlcr'sI.'UloIilvcrrUlaaro equally taluoblu iu tout tuition, curing and prcvtnlinz thla annoying complaint, whllo they also correct all disorders of tho stomach, stimulate tho liver and regulate tho bowel. E en U they only cared GEO. H. BRUCE At the Old Christian Church, pot St., Stanford, Ky. 19, '84. Ache they vnnldboalmoat priceless to thoao who eufft from thla uUtrclng complaint! but taclr coodneaa do'a not end here, and tboaa will mm try themays And tbeeo llttlopilla that they wlllnot be willing so many to do without Ibcm. liut after all slclc bead vala-ablo- ta MEAD fortu-naW- ly & GO. De- - Is thobano of ro many live that here la where we make our great boaat. Our pills euro It whllo oUmts ro not. ASHE mis rcgi-tabl- rery caay to take, Ono cr two pllla makoa doec ami do not grlpo or They ara strictly pnrjfe, butbythrlr gentle action pleate all wdo uietaem, jnYiaiaoiaijcrnuj iiniww Gold bv dinrKlsta oruywhwc, or acnt by mall. Carter's Llttlo Liver aro very araall and aSTAny parties who bought goods from ua on credit a week previous to tho firo will please roport samo. Our day book containing theae items waT part of our sales but not all. destroved, and wo remember GEO.H. BRUCE & CO. DMC-iSuDFlOia: CUlTKtt MEDICINE CO., Now York. W--' GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT penter declaring he would go in his house The Postal Telegraph job will not get and get his pistol and kill Vandevter As through Congrm this session, we are Lancatter, he went in the house Vandevter left snl The Ssnate committee favors Communion services wore held at the voted 8 to 2 Presbyterian church Sunday, the Rev. Mr. walked rspldlv towards the depot and had April 8, 1884 it, but the House committee dtwderd, Ky that it wai inexpedient for the government Dawson, of Virginia, 111 , officiating. Pre- reached the elevator when Carpenter overMr to undertake the business. With the Pott-offic- paratory services were held Friday and took him and resumed tho quarrel W. P. WALTON. the Telegraph, the Internal Reven- Saturday in which Dr. J. 8. McKte, of F W H'tndman, wluao attention was now ue, Custom and other offices, manned to the Danville, participated. Protracted servi- drawn to the parties says that the first thing he heard wa Carpenter call Vande BnfATOH Gaiinett haa oflerrd a bill, Idea of the controlling party, such a thing ces will begin at the Baptist church next veer a el d s of a b , to which the lat which is made ttie special order for the 10th is a change of the politics of the adminis week. ter replied: "Uncle Steve, I've said I'd kill iaat, to regulate the number of peremptory tration would never again be known. A public meeting was, held at the ju-a- n any man who called mn such a name as ttllfigcfl and the manner of electing Saturday afternoon in the in-It is estimated that the government Court-hous- e ATthat. I've been told that you've threatened in felony cases. We have not seen a makes a clear profit of $7,000,000 on the terest of the Garrard Female College, to kill me." Carpenter .answered "I said eopyof this bill, but we truit it provides for fractional currency it irsueel during and where several speeches were made and I'd kill you If you didn't keep off mv a reduction of the number of challenge!) The total amount put contributions were received. place." Vandevrer then said something tee defense to the number allowed just after the war. , Hugh M. Grant, class '80 Centre into circulation was $46,000,000 and alwhich Mr. Hand man did not bear which Aeroeecution, at any rate to cqualixe though tho redemption begun In 1874, but Saturday and Sunday. was in town Druggists and Booksellers, thaw. Aa the law now stands, the counsel Carenter pronounced a d n Ha and ad been redeemed. The rest Graham Smith, class '81 Central Universivanced towards Vandeveer with clenched can almost pack tho jury $39,000,000 have ler destroyed or held ty, is visiting Cabell Denny, a former roomfists. Just then Vandeveer drew a pistol in laTorofbis client, or at least secure is either worn out, lost, MOUWIO . as cnrioiities, thus making the United mate. Col. Jno. K. Faulkner, of LouU-villfrom his coat oc let and firil two shots. 0tgh men of a fellow feeling to see that spent last week In Garrard with relaStales the gainer by the amount named. As the record shot was fiml, Carpenter so verdict is made utiles It be of acquittal. tives. sloop'd down, picked up a s'one and threw The HarrotVburg Democrat has changed A till embracing these ideas has been preWorthless dogs have been playing sented in the Ohio Lrgislatiite and there is to an eight page gaper and is much improv- havoc with sheep in this community it slightly striking Vandeveer on the left erery reason that it will pass. We do hope ed. The name of our.old friend and em They have already killed 35 or 10 for Jno side of his fare. Carpenter then reeled oar Legislature will redeem Itself by doing ployee, John Q Pulliam, now appears at S. Gill and 30 for Mrs. Kick E'kin. Tl.e and as he fell Vandeveer Gred sgnin and men its saast, as Superintendent of the Printing losses walked rapidly in the direction of likewise and thin cite the will amount to over $400 for these then V Ceil. F. Evan' farm where he has been a chance. department two parties alone, while others over the leceiv-ing- " emyloyed as a laborer. A crowd roon question of holding another Fre The county have lost enough to make equally LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. started in pursuit, but although Vandeveer Association is being agitated and in the The Senate has pa J the House bill as couch. All the dogs in the U. 8, are had only five minutes start he has not, up csaaection the Shelby ville Sentinel makes , tricycle, not worth that amount. A war of extermito prohibit the using of bicycle-this writing, rem since he firal tfeo best suggestion we baTe seen. It is, in nation should be declared against the lo ec., on the public highway. pvedout of sight Dr. I S Warren exatead of taiing any town in the State with A bill to establish a new county out of worthless curs. Mr. Gill informs ftie that amined the biuly of Ctrl enter, who was lew fraternity and its accompanying folparts of Knox, Whitley and Laurel coun- he has kept an accurate account of his looses dead e.lmnat by the time he fell lo the dead-beatJohn-i- t lowing of that Ftesident on sheep killed by dogs and it now amounts ties, has been presented by one Mr. ground snd found three wounds on hit on arrange for a Western and Southern to $1,200. Something should be done by person. The first, in the left breast jut excursion to embrace Colorado, Texts, New A bill requiring county attorneys to the Legislature to rid the country of this above the nipple; ill" second in the right Mexico, &c. We heartily second the y trouble. assist the Commonwealth's attorneys in arm axel tho tho third in the right side be provided none but accredited news and other cases, for which they are DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. low the ribs. The first and third woum'i men arc permitted to go as a part of to receive 20 per cent, of the fines and forfwper C1 W F Erans, who has A young horse hitched to a fine buggv were mortal. the association. Such a trip would jive feiture has passed the Senate. had Vandeveer in his em ploy since last Ocour closely confined editors a chance to see Gov. Knott's signature is all that is belonging to W. D. Moore, ran away on the world and by getting an insight into wanted now to make the bill a law to pre- Sunday and smashed the buggy to smither tober, ssys that he haa been a eiuiet, order the enterprise of the western cities, make vent the circulation of obscene and immor eens, the horse was uninjured. The buggy ly hoy and a fait lul laborer. Steph n Carpenter and (le,ri.e Vandeveer, Mack iVeaa less hidebound and more progressive al literature. The iWi'w Gaxlte and simi- was worth about $200. A letter received from Mr. Maurice J. VandeveeT's father, are twin bro hers snd in iht'it ideas. lar piiblicatiom will have to go. DKAI.KR IN countv each taking Farnson Saturday from Citronville, Ala., were raised in Gti-rHon. J. II. Leech, the Representative Th response to an inquiry from the Leg the names of their masters who owned ITarelwHre, Hornu Nlioc, Groceries!, NftelellcM, islature, Auditor Hewitt states that there from Caldwell county, died at Frankfort, states that his health haa recently much them in si every times No arms, save n ARUM, (illCCUHHTHrp. Hlio-i-YVIilna after an illnca of some weeks. The House improved. This will be gratifying news pocket-knife- , wilfbeonlhe 30th of June a deficit of were found on Carpenter's IttiffRy Wheel, Woven, Cane MIIIn, HuriicH, in the State Treasury. This adjourned in respect to his memory and to Mr. Farris' many home friends. 977,99M7 NpokcH, Logan Powell got drunk Saturday body. It ia stid thtt when he went In the Gratex, Clclrr Slillm appointed a committee to accompany his Corcm, estimate is made on the immediate adjourn-aauHliuw, night and painted a portion of our charm- house for his pistol his wife hid it and NtonewHre, Corn Micllcrx, Collar, of the Legislature and will be increas- remains to Princeton. would not tell him where it was aod that ing little city the hue of rose. He wss ed at the rate of $1,500 a day, besides apNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. run in at a late hour and was fined $5 he then asked for hi gun but was told that Oliver Chilled. Champioa Stool and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden and propriations, as long as it remains in it was at the hmise of a neighbor. Cast Pumpi, and the Celebrated JCayHeld Elevator. Tin Roof, Chas. Rcade, the novelist, is dying in and costs Monday morning and turned Aa it baa done nothing of note so far tag and On.terinj will have prompt attention. loose. HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. London. adthe presumption is that The republican brethien are to meet manufacWm. Procter, the great soap Wfemrt, It will do nothtug, we ask in the name of Friday naittmcn i Johu Mrs Albert Purely died j today (Monday) at tbe court-houfor the JtrluMtJ is dead at Cincinnati. night. eeeaoaaj that the body adjourn and let its turer, Bourne (Rep.) was elected Governor of purpose of appointing 12 delegates to the iy waters go to planting corn. The M.and E. (Ite L ami I ) literary State Convention and the same number to Rhode Island by over 0,000 msjoritv. aasoolaiinu met Friday evening. An unuFify-tw- o SuiKK will have .the almost solid sup deaths have resulted from tbe 8th Congres'ional District Convention', sually large number of interested visitors port of the Pennsylvania republicans at wounds received dnring the riot at Cincin- both of which are to meet in Louisville on were present. The statement that thtte of May. the tb Chicago convention as meat of the nati. ?aa AaflHMl kaMt JhH B J meetings were to be discontinued immediBarbed-wir- e ZiJ t met at manufacturers Rev. Green Clay Smith will preach at districts have instructed for him. He 3: i premature by far the best man In the republican par-- Chicago and advanced the price of wire 10 the New Providence church next Sunday, ately, James Heid, who recently went lo , per cent. which occasion church officers will be oi lj ad if we are to have a continuation of A prominent builder suggests tbatjthe ordained. AND Dr. Wisbard, the evangelist, Kansas, ha returned in the grip of a tertithe party in power, which we hope and Cir.cionaii court house can be restored for will begin a an, or quotidian ague Anthony Ham, of protracted meeting at tie a just Gcd will forbid, we1 had rath$100,000. Second Presbyterian church on Wennes- - Stelby City, snd El Hood, of Washington er ace him President than any of them. General Grant promises to do all in countv. with their famiHe, are here on a Arthur, it is said, is beginning to see that his power to aid in the proposed home for day night. A Full mid ouipUU iiHNoriiiH'iu of Furniture, visit D. Ta!nr J compoInz a iwetical otiilirnnlnr- Mr. L. F. Slruve, late of Harrison .... ... .. . . .. bk dunces for a four years' more of office Confederate soldiers. II. I firoiii i ntr . iicapcHi lo mo HuonI Furlor Ntiltcft. Jtm county, on Friday purchased the desira work setting forth the excellence of the 1 exceeding! v slim and his friends are getnectl (o ko (o tbe Iur;e ell lex lo iiiuUe our piireluiHeM, no matter Three murderers climbed the golden ble town properly of W. G. Proctor on Weathrrford Hotel. Al Huffnun ia likely ting op an Elmunds boom. stair via the hempen route at aa many Fourth street, Possession will be given on to been me (metic on a more tender theme. Hlialquaiitlly r qualify you Haul, an I can anil ulll rtupUrato any prlcex yon chii obtain elMctthcrc, froljclit Ik'Iiir added. Alne Gen. Williams C. Wickiiam, n leading point in the U. S , Friday. or before the 15th Inst. The countv J. B Green iefffor the city fir new goods. George Le, colored, was taken from republican of Virginia, and a member of a lull UHHorlment ol CoIIIiih. Cuch, Mirouels and Ilolien, clerk on Monday mornlrg recorded a con You will hear from him on his return. InjC all lli Xcw .Nljlen, liolh elieap and evpetiNlTC. the 8ute(Senate, testified before the Dan Msgnoils, Miss , jtll by a mob and hanged veyance for 1C0 Ware rooinn acres of land from Julia A Mrs. S. A. Good a has moved lo spend 4 child. ville, investigating committee that there for raping a while with her sou, at the stone house, oppoHltcNt. .tMiipli Hotel. .Stanford, ICy. Jett's heirs to Nannie S Jett. The land Paymaster Broadbead, who became bad b;en no unlawful combination against lies about 3 miles from town ono mile which haa been greatly improved recently. the colored pet pie and that in his opinion, insane on account of the theft of Govern- North of the Lancaster pike in this county Miss Naomi Cooper ie seriously sick. gained by considerable travel over the ment funds In his hands, died at Boston, Manvof our sober citizens wcie Mi. W. J. Lyle's fine mare "Lou Stale, the last was ore of tbe purest elec- Friday. last week by tbe mysterious moveCoona' by American Clay, the dam of The republicans of Simpson county George Wilkes, tions ever held in it. And his word is last week dropped a ments of a gentlemanly stranger in anel Jr, worth more thsn that tf all the Johnnie metat Franklin appointed delegates to the fine horse colt by Messenger Chief. Dick around our village. Armed, with paper "Wifea and other political tricksters, who State convention and indorsed Arthur's Elmo by St. Elmo, who was sold by Clay and pencil he perambulated the streets and .PHARMACISTS are trying to make capital out of the Dan- Administration. Powell, of Hustonville, 12 years ago at ots, pausing in front of each building, Sheriff Jack Ringo, who led the Men-efville affair, put together. threading the alleys, inspecting tbe rear the Stanford fair for $500, is now making niALCRJ IX- ((cSbMftr mob at Mt. Sterling and was seriousappurtenances, taking copious notes and re-s) Wi . "O? --c - J i-- , The Capitol removal question has cost ly wounded, fatally shot an escaping pris- the season at the farm of Mr. W. L Cald- drawing suspIclotH-lnokindiigrams Vis JSooJiB, well in this county. It will be teen that . OUI the State many a dollar durnig thia sest-ioions of bold buiglaries, remorselesa incenv Wi ml oner Saturday. VI. Dick after a long absence is gradually diaries and dynamite fiend bsgan to bt and has been a serious obstacle to more imV. -- w. H rbyayclana' preKilptloni arciirattlr T Getrge James at Pittsburg, for the omiid di'Ciisseil with battel breath. Some of the working hi-- way home again. business. The House spent three Also portant murder of another negro and John and more timlel, wiioe imaginations tiau been Barney Croivon, of Philadelphia, ship days wresllirg with it Inst weekend the George Stephenson, in Wyoming Territory by the rep iris In the Enquirer, adopt peel on Saturday to that city seventeen good matter Is no'neaier solved than it was five were hung ThursJay. ed the belief tlat a uioh f one hsel taken coach horses. While here he made his possession and was years ago. Itseraatons that it ought to running the William Galway, under sentence of followed the moheadquarters at Bruce A Harlan' livery town. SusptciniiH Largest Stock of M'ntclics, be settled one wa or tbe other and forever twoyeara' imprisonment fur the murder of CIocIh, Jew I'Iry A: Silverware and sale stables. On Friday Mr. Croeron tions of the intruder and sleepless vigils afterwards eliminated from the attention of William Beoman, in Louisville, wm par gave evidence that the people were on their and Mr. F. T. Fox, of Garrrrd county, guard. the Legislature; but fo lorg as Frankfort doned by Kser brought to this market. I'rlrm Lower tki At length a committee wsiteel on the Governor. lhe LriwMl. Witchrs, Clorki and Jswelry IU. made the following exchange: Mr, Cros-so- n J. W. Hecker, with whom the slranuer hsel and Lexington give the members free lunch laired on short Dollre and Witrnlal Gov. Murray was completely gave Mr. Fox $225 in cash and a 3 been seen, and learned that he ws Mr Bur-locwe fear it will not be ated by the Congressional investigating a representative of the Koral Insurgelding by Messenger Chief out of New Yon k dudes are all torn up over Committee of the charges made against year-olParis Maid (record 27), for a Messenger ance Compsny, on a lour of inspection in the decision of the governors of the Union him by John D. White and others. the interests of his crtnpany. Of course Chief mare, C years old out of a pedigreed the panic subsided. Club, enspendin LWinjaton for five years Tho Keamship Neptune has arrived at mare. A very little school. girl recently varied because he refuses to apologia for calling St. Johns, N. F., with 11,500 seal, tie Mrs. John Orunday, of Marion county, the monotony of the Fri lay afternoon decLangtry'u shadow, Freddie Gebhardt, a largest catch on record. They were taken who has been visiting friends in this viclnl- - lamations br reciting, with evident feeling "coward and a liar." Mr. Livingston evi in twelve days, and are valued at $125,000 ty, will go to Stanford on Wednesday, the following: dently believes that tbe circumstances bear Kin Folomon, the wltpst into The Governor has nominated Dr. J. C. where sho will be the guest of Mra, Wm. The world ereir saw, him out in using the epithets, and under McRejno'dd, of Todd county: Dr. W. L. P. Tate. Misses Celia Groesbeck, Annie Wai (killed In sit the arts of ttc, lhe circums'ances, we admire his pluik Breyfogle, of county, and Dr. Vaughn and Bessie Cohen, of Lincatter, Lore, logic, literature and law. ia sticking lo his (riginal proposition. J. A. Lucy, of Woodford county, for mem- were in town Saturday, the former the nut Boloman with all lilt wit Could not get orer tbli guest of MifH Nannie Bitterton, the Tuosk persona who imagine that an bers of tho State Board of Health. There's toll aod lator etrrjwlicrr, IcgalU and Johnson, the two infa two latter of Mis. J. II. Dvls. Mr, loyalty to the party animates In gaining eirtlily blln. those publishers who keep the call for a moua villiar.a who murdered a family and Sim F. McGuiie, who ia connected with He read hli liooks with eKrcnrc, io'd their remains to a medical college, the office of the Grand Treisurer of the State democratic convention in (heir And ponderrd topics frcih, hare been playing the insanity dodge Knight's of Honor, was here from Saturday Aod then decided "studies are for months, to the exclusion of better Mott wearying to the AmIi." until Monday morning on a visit to his reading, are wrong in their dlagnoaia of the since the mob raided the Cincinnati Jail. Tho largest stock evor in Stanford tintl tho beat to bo found in Central KenThe House Committee on Foatcflicea family. Mr. A. M. Swopo, of Lexington, I think old Sol. was "mlghtr right," case. It ia a matter of economy in compo-fcitic- n I prorc It day hjr day and Postroads, bv a vote of 8 to 2, have was at the Gilcher Hotel from Saturday and the same papers would run n tucky, embracing about twenty fivo different styles Irom tho lending manuWith studying much I'm wearied quite dead-heaelettrolvted advertisement with reportel that it is inexpedient for the Gov- till Monday. And wasting fast away. ernment to either construct a postal teleOn Sunday about two o'clock a young equal alacrity. facturers in tho United States. Persona contemplating buying a vehielo thia Then, when within my little grave, graph or purchase any existing line of tele- colored man about 22 years old named quail-eatinMy liooet are laid to rot, Having tiled of the feat, graph. Mack Vandeveer shot and killed his uncle, Spring should select the aamo or plnco their orders nt once; for at this season Juit write this Tor my epitaph: tbe New Yorkers 8re now deeply intereated The steamship Daniel Steinmann, rom Stephen Carpenter, aged about 05 years. "Sho died hy hook oppretscd " whether a certain glutton will eat CO Antwerp for Halifax, strnck on the Sisters, la all manufacturers of first-clue- s vehicles nro invariably over-ruwith ordcra The shooting occurred in front of the elevaeggs a day for fire days, as he haa wagered cfl Siinbro, 20 miles from Halifax and St Ce the depot , near tor of Potts, Proctor and if tho vehielo wanted is not on hands, it will require from fourto eight to do. He hid gotten away with 180 at sunk. Of her 140 passenges, only the cappresence of a considerable number d accounts rnd the people tain and five of the crew are said to have in the laat weeks obtain il; four wook? being required to m:ike, finish and dry n first-claof people, white and black. There had intermedin the silly feat were delighted. been saved. THE feeling between the parties for been bad job ready for shipment, under tho most fnvnrublo circumstances. It was street talk in Cincinnati that some time caused by a suspicion on the Wxare glad to obfprve that the charge William Bishop, son of the ex Governor of - Jay French, Superintendent part of Carpenter that his nephew was against All work sold by mo will bo found to bo such "its I ropresont thorn, unless oWh'eiTif'Ilailway DivWon, have been Ohio, John E Bell and Allan O Myew, paying improper attentions to his (Carpenhad purchased the entire slock of the Neirt ihopujililj' disprovt d before a commisfion ter's) daughter, a young girl who haa have been deceived myself, nnd in that ovont tho purchaser will bo fully in-- Has juit rccelrtd a nice lot of- Journal and that Myers will be the manag about reached womanhood. On that point aod that'be will continUo lo conduct the demnified. Call and oxamino my stock and I will do my best to pleaso you Vandeveer denies the accusation in toto, aSairsof his iflice in the usually satislac- - ing editor. Covington Commonwealth. Tbe steamer Rebecca Everingham valdeclaring that ho has never disturbed the tery manner ued at $24000 and having aboard 307 in stylo, quality and price. You can got as good vohiclca from mo and at na girl and has had no wish to do so. The ill -- such as- The attention of tl e Richmond Btgitler bales of cott'in and other freight w.i burn feeling from the above caURe has been agra-vate- d reasonablo price? as you can obtain anywh-relse and got a guarnuteo on ia called to the fad that the Legislature td on the Cliattahoocbe river. Two ihh. by the fact that some time last wee"k Orangos, Lomons and Bananas. (mused long enough in its mad desire to de- singers and eleven of the boat's crew lost Vandeveer slapped Bob, a them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from homo. son and XX.il- clare every branch and brooklet in the theirItliven said others were fatally Irjured, of Carpenter. A few minutes before the is that Collector Bwope 1ms State a navigable stream, to order that called for the resignation of Robert K. shooting Vandeveer pawed Carpenter's A liUrtfe Lot or Flailing Tackle, hereafter a certain creek shall be a river. BUine, editor of the Maysvllle Bepulllcan, G-EG- . I'Olt'H, I.lllCH, il'Ct house, which is about 150 yards West of becauao ho placed the name of Wadswonh declares its ticket to be at The Boston tbe head of his columns for Congress. the elevator, when Carpenter came out and ALSOBayard and McDonald. Turn it "eend for Blaine ls a- relative of "lhe Plumed began an angry conversation with him - SAHPLi: HOOKS OP WALL PAPER. Knight." which ended'as wllneeses will say, by Card"and it will lake like wild tire. Stani-SHwftln ntcriorourimI hap-pytora- y. e, WALL PAPER, i TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, Col-lege- McROBERTS STAGES law-break- e, OPSRA BLOCK, aTAIYITOBB. BC.O. iRTTZPLiErsr. he-e- u Un-than- k. I have received and am still New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising- the best in the market' which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley s, fel-lon- Wi Hi HiGGIN$9 rn v I.p ses-io- a. - well-found- se "' " ' lt JO JHt: 'j f" I UNDERTAKER, Iealei' in ! """ "-wr- . j ciubrao Fray&ai'JJtete ": rtleL5si '"' wv ee "ruga, Stationery and Tanoy Articles. s fire-e- l e k, d .a Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys. Carriages, Village Carts. c. oer-weeni- Jcrsey and Open Spring Wagons. col-Hss- g n silly-minde- Gr.F. Peacocls IKpCINT, KY., b es NC ''' HUSTONVILLE, I FOIUBION FKXJITS, Ros-poctful- ly, l$t D. -- WEARER .Mfg.'s Agt. STANFORD, KY. - s nal Stanford, Ky., April n, 1884 TIME CARD. LAN. LOCAL Mill trln going North ... " Houth... Expreaa ...... -- U t 1 AO train" Houth worn 01 A.M. )'r P M. 1 U 4. If. L0CALNOTICES. HOT Paihts of Fenny A McAliater. LNimrriis Rardmeffda at McKoWrta Limmrnia Garden Benin A Klaus'. at Fenny A 4 1 V i Gr I f Oallery, down cheap to prefent Owley. Wheat for Mny went down to 81 cents i in Chicago Saturday and 77 for cash. We shall have aun time hereafter, The Leonatua, Jack Chinn's great- racer, We guarantee n aavlng on all goodi magietratea don't intend that railroad cor boughl of ii. 8. L. Power. New Ghep poration shall fix onr time if they do fix has met with another misfortune and will be permanently retired to the ftud. our freight rate Caah Blorr. County Court here yesterday was a Jr you want a auSt of clothe, come and dull one, notwithstanding there wa a good An elegant line of ladie and genta' fine, custom niHilt ttliofl', junt rcceivtd by I'M see u. We have just received a large line crowd in town, and but little money changt of new clothing In men's, ,boy' and chil- ed hand. Capt Bosh repiits 150 cattle on niirt'Ui A Uley. t dren'. Edmlalon AOley. Implo-menl- , the market and very few sold, buyers not Don't full to e our big line of Wagon, Ac, on court Iiugglr, Mr. E. B. Beatley wan elected Superin- willing to py the price aiked. No multi rW day. Bright A Curran. tendent and John M. Hail Assistant of were ofiertd. Plug horse brought from New and full ttock of Ficliiiu- - Tackle of 8 II SiiANKflhn rereUcnl hi stock of the Richmond Junction Sunday school, $00 to $120. There weresome private sale every variety just received at Mcltoberta A and hi store I Sunday. The prospects are that the nchool of cattle. J. C. Fox bought of Ca'run A Go- spring ami Miinmer will do a great deal of good. vor 35 at $30 per head and 16. Fon cotiKha, cold, Ac, tue Compound chock full of them. Call and examine, t from other pirties at $27 per head. Byrnp White Pine. Pill up In 25c and 60c boll lee. Partus indebted to our late firm will Mr. Italie, the sweet ecentcd drummer Trial air 10c. Mcltoberta A The Horse Show yesterday waa up to pleae rail at Wnrren A Melcalf and settle whom the boy at Ilarrodsburg gave a cold the usual high standard, but the exhibition Bruce, Warren A bath In a convenient pond last winter, when was greatly marred by the almost solid m with A. A. Warren. PERSONAL -INCLUDING THE- h went to meet an alleged young lady by Co sheets of dul that enveloped everybedy ha to WlLaoK wa here this week. He none Mr. IIcNitY V, Taiiler, of McKinney, ha moonlight alone, Mrs M and everything. T. L Crow' Smuggler, a is about a hard a looking dudo a ever atFiankfort. large bay, was In beautiful trim and show-e- d gone to Cincinntti to lay in a stork of Miltempted n tiiHsh. Mb W, T. Oheen, of 1111 county, was oil finely. He ha one of the best pedilinery which she will open oulon her relitre yetterday. ALr Burnett, the old face maker, who gree of anr horse in this nectlonj R. 11. turn. She solicit the patronage of the Mm Geo. H. McKinney la vlntlng ha exhibited himself in every city, town Crow's Nobby, a fancy black, was another public her daughter, Mra, Win. Koyaton, In Gat-rar- d. dead, very fine horse, with a first class pedigree; and hamlet in tho United Stules, The new schedule of the K. C. appears after a short illne in Cincinnati. The . G. Dunn's Abdnllsh Messenger, with ou that road Meihiu II. C. RurLrv and H V Biirk on this pnge. A night the poor old fellow was here he the best of trotting blood in his vein; G and ar- last pent Saturday and Sunday in llarroda-burg- . can now leave hrre at 9.15 A, M., couldn't help but make a face when the M. Givens' Waterloo, with a record of 2:30; rive at Cincinnati nt 5.25 r. M Returning curtain rose on a $4 house. E S. Powell's Abdallah Glencoe, a beautiMr. and Mrs J.J. McKouekth and leive there at 2 r. M., and arrive here at ful, 0.45 The operation known in surgery as nnd combined stallion and an extra trotter Dollle returned from a ilt to Lexington saddle animal; Wm. Hubble' On wa performed on Mr. R SOLE AGENTS FOR Monday. Mr. Samuel M Owens call the atten- "Lithrotrity," Time, who has proved his good qualities W. Giveus, Saturday, by Dr. Johnstone, ComJoiiN W. YfRKE.0, KrO. , I writing an tion ol Ihe public to hi rewlv-fitteand Wrav A Wakefield' thoroughbred interesting hialory of Boyle county for the mercial Hotel at McKinney. He say he auiated by Dr. Peyton, Carpenter, Hunn, Norman, Champo, all stoned good band-lin- g was found style and we Baugh and McClure. The stone ! going tn run itln 0rt clas A dreratt. and were much admired. B.II, Baugh-ma- n South-Bon- d 1h as Urge a a walnut and it was very Mim I.ettie Lr.r. IIochiatkh it back know hlai well enough to guarantee that to hid his fine Norman on hand; Mr. successfully crushed The piticnt who i rom a protracted Tlilt to her titter Mr. he will fulfill hi promise. Peacock, of Garrard, exhibed a trotter; F. C9 years of age, stood the operation well Jno 0 McAliater. T. Fox'a Messenger Chief, Jr.fi and Bunko One of the hamUmtt piece of pilotMiw O. A. Lacket and Mra. E T. ing we hve seen lately I a mirror which and hope are tnterlained of hi speedy re and J. S. CarpeiiUr's Wallace Denmark covery. Rochester hare cone to I)ulaville to tUit Mra. E P. Owsler ha Jut completed The and Prince Denmark. There were perKilled uy the Car G. B. Green, haps other?, but in the dust nnd confusion their eleter, Mra, Thompson, flower Bill, the rre and other object are Mm, n U. Altodu haa rone to her exceedingly well done and how skill of an who was employed by the Livingston Coal we failed to get their names. Mr. Levi Company, u weigher, was run over by a father', at Weterille, O, called hence by order rrrly developed by an amateur. Hubble showed two of his fine Jacks, freight train Satarday night, near Gum the reriou Hint of her aiater, Pricce and Eoscoe Conkling, and they Mr J. W. Uaslin writes Sulphur. One leg wan cut off, the other Pittsuuiio MlM Kate WnrnitfTr, of Lancnter, kept the air resonant with music. Pate badly used up nearly so nnd both hi upper and lower who haa been vinliinK her aider, Mr. W that thl town, which was o Emory also showed a good jack. assuming ita old aplie was put were broken. br the cyclone, I M. Bogle, returned homeBaturday. Republican Convention. Mrs. Jamis Paxton and Mrt. John pearance None of. the lotsea are as great at aboard the caboose and Dre. Peyton and Coal Held telegraphed to go to the Junction to The republican of Lincoln county in W. Pennington returntd from a vlait to the firl reported and that of ibeliturel famllr of J. H. HufTnun in Lexington Co. will not exceed 600 and it la open render the necessary sergical attention, but convention assembled, in obedience to the ready to do a full amount of buiinra. All when the train arrived there the poor man call of the county committee, do yeiterday. for a big run was found to be dead, having expired llctolvt, 1 That they approve of the resMisses Myiiy Duoxa eon, of Nichol the companies are preparing of coal this fall. little before reaching the Junction. pective calls of the Slate and Nation.l are aarille, and Llllie Uronaugh.of Committee for convention to bt held in TlMting tin ir uncle, I)r 0. W. Uioiauh, Adam Cain, aged about 70, wsa run over County Court. A F. Evans and Dan Ixminville andChicaco nnd nledee them- and other relative. at Penlck, below her on the LAN, Sat- - K. Gnrrard were muni in as attorneys reive to upiKjrt the nominees of said ecu-The name of I)r F O. YounK.of l.ex urdav aid fearfully mangled, the engine Tne will of Rojo Stewart was ad ventions. 21 That tl cr renffirm their adherence fie mitted to probate. After stipulating that ingttm, lnvini been and ten freight car passing over him in contiec CKY CENTRAL R. I will tnj with the 8uprlntendercy of the Iina-li- w taken to libation, where he lived only commissioners shall be appointed to allot nnd faith in tho time honored principle of!I )lic. Siullrt inj- joun;- - jncb. Jack John,! it Dr ,- -lion . at . a iree Hanoi ami a fair count, the nrotec Aayltim nt Anchorage, the Lexington a short lime From what we can learn,the hi widow's dowry and giving her the sil- i.ono. home induatrv and American dS H this verware and household and kitchen furni- against the pauper system "iiliicUrntiB Route." 7iMMn'r ay: "He in not a candidate for railroad company wa nol to blame for of European ii iroiuuipnriKniMriion.1 """out catlifTlnc m hat an It uut In fnl. ih ,51l.otl , due- - He Ii 7 tl accident mentioned in thia pa ture, ho wills his real and erftnnleitate to ae'poti'm. would not accept or the other any cfflce and Iron old. pat, wnh 31. That they favor sufficient approprla p hand high black tun! inpalr r.oe and Is a! out both men were drunk and placed hi daughters, or their hrirs, to be tuslly Hi practice ha per, & aiiggn-Kn- l Call litacoltt. JKoutt) tions by the national government to a ays J HII.AS ASOEUSOX. rapidly increased and he can not afford to ihemselve In perilou position. His widow, tern ol common schools, so that the cbil them divided between , raoM "UvUtrrn-1-abandon it for n politic! officii." S. Murphy, are dreu of every person in the land, be Le A fire which broke out about noon Sat- Mrs. Susan Stewart, and J. "Central Kontuckv to All Point. ever so poor and humble, may have the ruunexplained, burned appointed to execute the will. Mrs. Stew- diments of an education and an equal start urday and which i LOCAL MATTERS. North, East, West & Southwest. qualified e property art declined and Mr. Murphy in the raco ol life. that portion of the Fast Line Itptircen K!lKeol polutors of all Lindiat War near Crab Orchard, known aa the paupers' with W. II. Murphy as security. The 4th, That they endorse the able and ef- .10,000 to 00,000 Ft. or Lumber ren A MetcalfV court then appointed James A. Harris, ficient manner in which the present in row. It contained 12 room and most of cumbtiit, Cheater A Arthur, has conduct- For fliillillnc jmrpoifs. to l itoUvcroJ on uiy farm LEXIXGTOX dr ClXClSXATJt. want the fint gunpowder Ira the movable furniture ws gotten out. Wm. Burton and John Bright to allot the ed tho executive department of the national (( W. AlfordV nesr McKinney. by Ihs end of Msy. vllllns to tak tin.' hill In lund dowry. The uatlces met with the court in gore rnmsnt nnd that we believe call at 8. S. Myers'. Tho properly wa valued at about $1.-0- 0 du'e Id Effect March 0, 1881. that the will please Iminlre lor turllpiiUrs ami tat tbelr V.IJIKX If VII. Ihe afternoon and appointed a committee gratitude of the republican parly and the ternn. and was lnured for $800 in the Lnncaaler 239-- lt McKinney, Ky. largest stock of new good in loan h II The American people- n due bun, and instruct sSiie Theie wa great danger that ll e consisting of E W Brown, R. Ho 4, J?n. rj No. C t Sooru-Bousat Edmiston A Owsley'. and W. M. Gunett to adjut and our dedrfattt- to the Sute convention to use Dally 'Dally building would go, but citizen from niiin Uall- all honorable means to secure hia nnmini faun. Ex. aua iEx. the seed, New York seed potatoe Crab Orchard an the vicinity having ar settle with the Insurance Company for Garden lion. Lv. Covlnirton. 8C0pra S?0ra' 2 foprn c property. Another " Falmouth 31. That the delegates are r quested to rived it wa raved by an almost constant lossof the and onion sela at T. 11. Walton. IJ 12 a Hiving removed, lne I w tmrnrtl out, to the " Cyntbtana. 10 0. p ui 3 av a n,( 3 4 ,,m Court-houspm'll 18 m 4 49pn vote ns a unit on all questions that come lirlcV corner ot A.T Nunnelley'a Urery aad Sale Arr. stream of w.iter thrown by the bucket brig-ad- committee was directed to roe if the ,.... 0 80 pm It 35 ami 6 V0 p Parla ni ihe convention. Stable, I nlll Ui luuittuul un hand all Modi George Uio spring lot ol Zlgler Bros'.shw for needed a new roof, " There were two or three cabira on i. "u . ui i. . ; i m u uy pir tli. Tha1 the Interior Jouhnai, and Fancy Qrooeries, Fruits and Vegetables, 1 M p ml 6 "yi P. Bright moved it and it was unanimously both sexe just received alb II. .Shank'. 03pm Arr mucheaifr the premises and in thee the pauper will i 6u p m 6 SI p m the Danville TVioune Kentucky ivVmiiefm i. -- .. adopted by the court thai the County At- and Somerset Republican are rrquisted to FUh, Oyitern, Ijke Ico, Soulhern and county I.ve. I'arls 10 3J p m 2 In p m d The celebrated Prarl Shirt the bestyn be kept till a new house can be built. Mrloni, c I will also Lrrp Frwli llread Caira Arr. Winchester. 11 V i ui 2 32 p torney direct Cpt. R'chards to ret the publish the proceedim-- of this meeting. m. of all klndi. Tbanklne the cltltsna of Stanford the market for sale br KdmNton A Ows- 2 57 p m, ;wpii Juihie Fin ley n Judge after our own Court-housconfer red on me alnce l.vo. Winchester ...1 clock to tho huh, or true time. gentlemen were appointed and vicinity lor tbelr fa Tor Me The following Arr. Klchmond ru1 4 00 p ley. " Lancaaler heart. There i no milk and water doing We heartily thank Mr Bright for this as delegates to the S' A Jconvcntloi, to he the Are, I icmalo your hum servant, y ISpm jr. ii. nit it. " MUiitord Juncl ma 0 4i 9 m nortona Wk will deliver kixx'" anywhere in the about him, but in all case demanding it he we have ull along cjntendtd that the clock held in Louisville, May 1, Lincoln county of P 8, All Murphy Indebted tocall or to the firm ImA and fettle will plrayj Itnrrl n. 3, No I. mediately, aa we need the money. city limit free of charge. Warren A aVr the masculine bovine by the horn should not have been changed, J. T. It. being entitled to t lve votes; Dally Pally. Ex. euo x. (sua. loul week one ( f hi bonded privouer was Melcalf H McKm"", Oeire M Pais-on- , O'orce RELIGIOUS. in charge by deputy U, S Marihnl Lve. Stanford Juncj V H. O Aiford, O 5e try. Joe lUui, Wall paer, window cbades, lace cur- takrn for a violation of the revenue law ,.' 9 ?S a Lancaster . .... Brown Our reader who can attend should J. A. Lytle, Milton llobinson, Frank Atiebmood... 11 00 a m B 15 . m window fixtures, fringe, Ac, at tains, Winchester 12 Midi and when Judge Flnley wanted him he wa bear in mind thai the new l'rerhyterian kins, J. J. Mclloberts, J. V, Weatherforr'i KTT?. t A Owsley's. ,y.i '" Arr, told the utate of the cio. He immediately church at McKinney will be dedicated Fountaine Orfsley, Garland Lewis, J. II. ,M O.Kj '.... p mi l. S3 p m, Tififln Lve Ijexlngton ....' 2 25 p n.v , sni. Kamsey will soon have iwiied a rule against Brown to bring the 7 23 a Bi MifB Luella Arr lrl Sunday. Kev. E. O. Querrant, tho Minks, M W. Ro-- , H. O. Drye, John 3 27 p m 2 11 p ru 8 13 a next sale the Urgent stock of Mower ever prisoner before him. He refused to do so for Lve Winchester 2i ' 30 a m A protractnoted evangelist, will officiate. J. 8. Young, M. T Reynolds, John S S'l p in Arr Paris 7 SO axu brought to Stanford. and the Judge promptly ordered him to be ed meeting will begin there next Thursday Curtis, Joel Hubble, Ellss Holttclaw, J, T, I.TO I'tl 3S3 p 10 2 14 pm 8 10 an 4 00 p m 2 60 Arr Cynthlana , 110 hour for contempt of court. night. in 8 44ax 4 43 p m hiilniouili O'Hair, William Cummins, V. It. Dillior, We have the lnreM lino of hemp, cot put in jail 4 00 p iu 9mm Covington fl 00 p m 3 He served hi time and wh learn Iih ii p ll 30 a m The ladie who united in the morning V. Ii. White.lt. B. Ward, John Edmiston, ion, yarn and Urti-- e' tnrpet ever sliow n brought suit againat the Judge for $10,000 prayer meellnga during the progress of tho P. T Pollard, William Tucker. t A Ow-le.MAY.SVIM.K IIRANnr irvihi market. Kdmlstcn fur fal'e imprisonment. It i an interesting late revival at the Ilcptlft church, have J. W. Wkatiiekfohd, Ch'm. Mo. fil. rTfoTTi Oun insshino thread 2 for 5c is ciuinl to question and we hopu that the Judge will acreul to continuo them. ). That church Dally DaDjr John L. Boslf.y, Hec'ty. no other. come cut on top, Hut ll la gratifying to know Ex. Sun. Ex. Sua. O. N. T. Try it and you will ue This flno stallion will stand tho prwent acaaon being on a quiet, retired aired I deemed Stanford, April 7, 1884. at my atalloi In MllledgeTllls at $10 to Inaurs a Lve Covington.... Under fit. Asaph Hotel. I B. L. Power. that this conflict nf authority la not between peculiarly suited to tho purpose, hence j 2 00 pin tlmo Mfn retilucd tor aeuoa Colt till Islington ... I 7 23 a Platinum wire haa been drswn down so money. nrnnln? winners fieo. ltoderlck Dhu Ii " Paris m' 4 30 u 111 Uama of a democratic Judge and a Government they Imve secured the privilego of uMng ' 8 13 a in! 3 be found r bright iuihoOUV bay, with black uiaue and tall, 2sa We are '.old that seiner can 8 40 a m 8 47 pa officer, else political capital would likelv it, and will for the present meet there fine by Mr. II. F. Head, of Brooklyn, aa to liG yesraold, and loi hli tratclrg makes nod Arr Mlllersburz . Bun-da" Curiae . t liO a iu C 07 p 311 operating all along Logan V Creek on be invisible to the naked eye, although ita lima Ho Ii by Imp. lluckden, h by llsy " Johnson bsmadenfit. ll I j a 7 00 p ui each Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. ot inry C'rnU. JIurLden waa sot by I. . " Mayavllla. and the atlcntion of tho authorities i '10 3) u M 7 upon a perfectly white cvd could Lord Clirden.ftrlantr ot thoeroat Ht, LedgerStakcs tia election for city councilmen occur- Nothing denominational will attach to presence The and aa a hfrcby called to tho mailer. No. .' .v0. be detected by the touch and could be seen tho noncaittr Kt.kes, 1601, the Chaimiime intakes won the Woclrotn Htakes, riouru-lki.s- u red Saturday and towards the last some in- the meeting, and ladies of every religioua Pally Pary brake.), oiiterConeqiii ie by tho aid of a small magnifying glass wl en and tha Ex. Mia Ex Sun. Polishine i the terest was infected into the nice by acerlnin faith aro earnestly desired to attend. To Housekeepers. Mlddleton, a position that by BayIy KnlshtKfBt Koderlck'a 2J1st ilam, Mary Lvo MKyvllie. ., the card was held in dam tbaulttiy (ier.ri; Cralk'. 3 45 a m12 0O The Carrollton Democrat in Freaking of host nrtlclo known for cleaning and polishT class of wbinkymen, who stroyo to defeat ' .lihnon aiumuo; aj nam rroiuem vt cucuu: 1111 aim S'l a ui'12 l"p ui the wire ca-- t a shadow. c, wlth l,ie by Cervautos .llli dam Marianne by " Carlisle ing silver, clJ. B,a,'', ,in 7 21 a ui 1 the old board by representing to the ne- the revival there nays Kev. II'C. Morrison 6th dam Thonv.iln.i ty Timothy; "Irt dam " Mllleraburg. 7 41 a iu 1 2ian 17 piu least labor. For sale only by T. R. Wal groes that by voting for a certain board, who ha been doing the preaching until Violet (Ooldonlock'a dam) by Shark; 8th dam by Arr Pari 2 10 p iu MOa NEW AIiVKnTISOENTS. Urphon.Oth dam (I ilck'a Charlotte by lllai.k; 10th v iu a u 0 CO pui Main and Somerset sla. lxlniitbii. yeiteiday morning, bus produced a fine ton, corner they could be euro of having tho ordinance dam by rial: lUh.liui by Dyir's Ulmple; U1I1 Civlnglon Ill 30 a m 6 H imprcionon all, and upon the affection reshould get one of Dr prohibiting hogs from running at largo lltli dam l(o.il mare Mary Crnlg's first dam waa J, y, irocKKa. All of tho ladie AeMinilitlnn-JT- o S M OWKNS. haa taken a strong Falmouth 10, dilly. UaTiw A special flort to defeat Col. of the Methodiat people peated. Chrlotmas by It derlck Ulm, 2d. Imp. Vaneletto Giving on Jit p 111; arrive. Falmouth 030 run. Warnci'a celebrated cornet for 75 cent at to Lnicland; 3d Vorella by lllick-locby Immenso congregation attended Welch, who has made n most excellent hold. by riiuniom; 3th Overton, Cth iValnui; No 9, dallv, lesve (Vvlngton, tl to u n; arrive 4th o 30 Sunday only leave CovIps-In- n 8 a m tho new cheap cash store before they ere ! 7lh lluler; 8th Plrncantha by Milhenj 9th Proph-ettcouncilman, wa made but we arc glad to every service and were always ptll.bound. 8 31a in, by Kczului; 10th Jennr Hnlnner by Porttioi: Siriday only, arrive laluiourli 10 4)a ia No 31 gone. Regular price $1 and $1.25. B. L good prudence leave Falmouth 5 p m; arrive 'Cori chronicle that it wa unsuccessful, Four He la quite a young man with llth (Irnybouiid; 12th 8 phomsba, dam by 4 p in. Lexington and Pjrla-N- o. Power. Under the St. Anph Hotel. 3" dalrr lUy Haiti; Lit ti dam H'Arey'a Chestnut Inglon He ii a flu-cMclCIKXEY, KY. leava Pari a 8 50 a . of the old bonrd, Win. Daughcrty, Jno. J. and considerable magnetism arrive Arabian, 14 h White fatrlut; 15th Ella MonUgue excjtfunJay Ington 9 10 a m. N.i. Iatl7 except Siind I'ro mare. and forciblo speaker; hia remarka gton I 3J p m; arrive Paris 5 I hare Jmt 0cned up tbli Ilrtlel, alter tlnR The Tco Cream Party at Mr. Geo. IT. McRobcrls, M. D. Elmore and Col. Welch, n w Atthe tamo place wo will stand our fine Jck, Lexl. KN.0,,'l,:'"""(or', ti?uU.' of WlncliMter-Tr- ato be a very were and three new men, J. E. abounding In fellcitiom expeeimlona and thoroughly realteil and refurnished throughout Bruce' Friday night proved to mn new, and Lexington and Paris enrv Thene qualitim, with with everything ! Bruce, S. S, Myers and I. M. Bruco, were apt illustration. plcasnnt nfftir, a it drew together an and simplicity of 1 Inli'iid to Itiiu It In First-CIus- s Stylo At that heartily enjoyed a pleanl elected, and n very good board they will hl clear enunciation $8 to Ins reallvng roll till wetnlng time. Mouay due same as horae. Yoiing llowman If 6 of the make. The hog orJinance will continue style, supplemenltd by a manner which Is hour of convcrmtlon, after partaking on th premUes and years old, IS hinds high and was bred by George Cincinnati and Itlchmond, Va Tand W.hBglo" vinrt Water less dramatic, make him an throe neklng bMlthcnn not rtml a better reaort Washington, of lloyle county, lie was aired by ?;". 'ff,,!.,B,i UckBl J baiir" checked to cream, ices and cake, delicious In them in effect ami the whisky laws will Im en- alwaya more or by by Tippacanoe, n,i 13 llirlay'a Compromise, ratlroAt reviva ist, while at tho same time dnrlua ihp summer, i)rriiii aiitiiiKiii whu wm llmry Clay 'a Warrior.he Youn: llowman'aho1I11111 0 8. dvr,JlnV.,Qn rt,he,t br a11. made more so when dirpenstd forced too, and thni's why wo smile. Judge excellent MORSK, I iierciui - .iuu, nelvcannd , iKivmitullia muuaof W. WHITTLKSBV, .11. ..I.g. dam g. by PaReiiger Agent, m r..u.,..ci.. city Judge ho haa enough information, yej and enotiKU ua larsa anil nlwi r'Himi iiiiiiiuj Ik.l. aMn.nlAB wasOld Andy lllce; g. g.dam by Pioneer; g Jennet. wan Trav Pjii. Agent, by beauty's hands. The proceed amount- W. It. Cirson Wuguur; it, (nvlnptnn ITf. uvery oiauia.wnere by dam by a Maltene eep a I Mull also ' JI. IV.Lexlnglaii, Ky. theology, to make him a Rood cvery-daC. W. SMITH, 31. T. ! M. ti. ICVSSKLI,, FU1.LEU, lait horaia and good turnouts can by had at all ed to SIS 60 and will he utd for the bene-fi- t without opposition and received nearly all MUUdgevllle, Ky. 2S9'2m Cleneral Manager. H.M.OWI1SB. Uen'l Pass, Agl. for Stanford Friday. hour.. preacher Ho left tho votes cast. of the Presbyterian parsonage. McAIUterV Joe. Haas Hok Cholera Cur p. Penny A McAliater aole agent. CLoar. your account with Fenny & McAliater by caih or note Hkanp new alock of eery thins; in lite jewelry lineal Penny A MoAllaier'a. HoiirtE, cattle, aheep and poultry powder for nalt by MuitoUrta A Htagic. NEwahadc of ready mixed paint for eprlng trade at Mcllubert & SIhrk'i'. Watches, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. Pon Bale, a new uprlKht.J, & 0. Fichr nlano. Apply at interior Joijanal ol- - Eld. J. II. Jone succeeded by hard work and thortl!nnc of liro. J. S. MurMrer'. phy In raising the netesry funds, $1,100, A NEW rtock of lint at Edmlaton ,& A, Cameniech wanla 00,000 fret of to pay of! the debt that bus been hanging Owaley'ii. lumber. Addre him at McKiimey, Ky, over the Christian church so long and Bun-da- y Mstf and boya' lint at half price atthe morning niinonnced from the pulpit JIiHiHAM fir Arthurl The Lincoln new dure. hare Indorsed him and ho will the result of hi labors. Oreat credit ia due HoMETillNd imw in kIhm and iiiecuware be elected aure biin and the church a well the commuat HrfKM A C'urran' nity nt large owe him genuine gratitude. ZekiLkr'h fine shoe and slipper fur Hut KM, county awtet potatoes for aeed ladies, the beat and most stylish made, just He will conlinuo to preach at the church each uight thin week. Ill sermon are I orcooklogat W. II lllgglni'. recclTed at the new store. B. L. Power full of piety and good sense and largo A KINE line of garden eed, of eTry de Bananas, oranges, lemon, candies of crowd are drawn to hear them ecrlptlon, at Warren A Melrnlfa, all kind, nut of every description, nice LAND. STOCK AND CROP. e Pi.ymotii Kvck Em for hatrhinir. pur-L- ten cakes, can be found at S. S. Mrer'. t Corn Drilled and Oliver Chilled Plow poea, for ale at Mcllubert A 8tgg'a person owing u nn last year'a ac- cheap at T. R Walton'. tI Hubble. A Triyg county Leghorn hen i said to count, will please rail immedlnttly and IIrand new lot of frame and chromoi stile. We need Ihe money. Edmiaton A have laid 118 eggn in 81 day. Kit tan fish Saturday itfiernoon at 8, 8. JliiAZU.UN for eed. Kuasell county sweet Bright A Curran. pota-loe- a M. BRIGHT -- & CURRAN - WHOLESALE AND HRTAIL- t Ml All AND DEALERS IN T at BhafTer1 in n- shipping, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE gies, Wagons, i Farming Implents, Bug-Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. and Hamilton 1 pirner d Agents for Furst & Bradlej 's Sulky and Turning Plows, Plows, Sole ft jsw-bon- Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; Machines; AXaLi Also Agents for Waller A. Wood JS arresting Kna, AT TtiTi nnnu: PRICES. yti-texdt- JACK JOI - c laborf ?lt i:l "revl theap-pointme- s- -t- Shortest Quickest 1 swjbjsrmzixj .. poor-hous- Ii-yo-u Bro-naug- - 1 Poor-Hou'- IS ot ice ! I e- e 1 a-- a 1 J e I t. i NOITU-DOU.N- n RODERICK 1)HU! ri 111 T Arm-utron- t, tutu . 1 111 a 11 111 y. rtOBTll-Uoi'M- y ! 111 II I Two-ycnr-o- ld ' r; 111 , Commercial Hotel k; Cbr-Ing- tjn w Un-mon- 'a ''!. YOUNG BOWMAN t,r,a,tnn,T-A,'lf1u- FiL-elle- ' tlrst-cla- y J39-H- f5J Vttllf Queer Description of an English Gentleman. The Prince of Wales, as Duko of Cornwall, has just been granted letters of administration of the personal estate of a gen tletnan who Utely died In the county of Cornwall and is pithily described as a 'bachelor, bastard and In'.esttte." Legal phraseology is not alway so curt and unadorned, but then English law has never smiled on btchelorn. The Legislature has even sought to mako celibacy quwi-penal.tax having sciually beeu laid upon the members of thU hapless cla In tho reign of William III and Arne. Bachelor dukes years of age) had to pay (being twenty-fiv- e X12 10 per annum, "common persons" a shilling and others in proportion. Again in 1785 bachelors were compelled to, pay a heavier tax on their servants than married folk. These things, it istruo, were done defore Maethus wrote. English charity, of course, ha3 been catholic enough to Include bachelors in the sphere of iU benevolence. At Bowers, in Yorkshire, for Instance, there is (or wa quite recently) a fund for the payment of a small yearly sum of mouey "to two or town-shipone of the oldest bachelors in the fund, originally tho btqueatuf The some person whose name has long since been foreotten. was gradually reduced by misroatajement from 00 to 13, which at 3 per cent, would give nine shillings a year. a tnau ha no S that even at Bowe temptation to shirk what Bacon calls the "dUcipline of humanity ."-- St. JaniM Gazette. A a ." ex-osi- Stanford. Ky., Apr 1 8, 1884 Lakeside Musings. l.tViO psunds snd Is 4 years old tha Mill of May College. E. H. BURN8IDE, for a new bonet. "If you had been io next. Ha la of Aor style and action, gout In tha words, loins, well ribbed and large tiodr, with earnest, Harold, I believe your shoulders; bead set Ha wae " and STANFORD. MY. would have broken my heart by (J W. StubblBeld A Woll - Known Imported tVptsmbtrand neck well Co., on. lllovmlng-toThis Old of HI., II, llSi. stepping to the other side of the conservMaintains its Hotol Wa will also aland at tbe aimt place our An. With a Full Corps of Teachers, atory, into which they had wandered afHigh luuDgjacx she gated steadfastly ter the last waltz, AND open Ita Thirteenth Baaloa This Imtltutlon will out into the deepening gloom of a NovemU0STON! on the '.'J Monday in September neat. Ita Proprietor ia Determined that PsaaWJalatl US tTw'V' ber night. MfL. AtSIOfural.IVfN'n it Shall be Second to no Country Poor little birdlin," said Harold to ALL TUB BHANCHKH Or X COLT. Iloaton It a Hotel in the State in ita Fare, Uaullful black, UK "how midly she loves ruel My himself, SeT co m ui rill s. Appointment, or AttenrIV THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUBSE We """nigh, waifotl-VVwords, even though spoken in jest, have tion to Comfort of d Nor. lo. 1179 and The noted Dj Li Malyr, Greenback their Oaeata. efljeted her strangely, and she steals away Z !be 'Ibe 'w"t i:nd,"Ar taught, sa wall u klWar.l Mid red hot politician, is now dam by Jlui IVirler SHI dam rthog Fly, a ilam-U4t- h for an Instant to bide the tears that can not Methodist MOBIO, THE LANQUAOEU. DHAW. and Wsrrbir Jick preaching in a Ilxnaas will be coarajad to aad from I ha da 231-be restrained." INO ANU PAINTING. WltA I tfAKEyiEI.lt. free of charge. Sp'flal arrommodatl ia church in St. Paul He has introduced an Harold had never bjtn arreted for to CoaaMerrlalTratelers. The tlar will the choir, consisting of two orchestra into lwajs aipplled with the choicest knowing too much. Ha wa a young man lUtlt KmIUAL araed.nf Llqaors aad tit art. yiollns, bsw viol snd three brass pieces. singular pure life and tight pints, and of prices ranga from lil to tM In tb In Tuition, members have nearly all The aait u. auaoiTT. regular Ikpartmenla. rrimarr, tli; Intermediate never once had there swept across the j. w. asentr. T.l. M.A. HKIiWl VMNl:i:it'lC, left the church, but the house Is crowded U6; rrrparatoif, f to, and ColfeglaU, ttO. to be Made Useful. and The Phonograph horizon of hi lawn tennis UDHDBTT A IIUOIVN, (!rtnt L'ngllHh Itemed;, mostly with young people. vjY9a4M Jho The phonograph, although heretofore of all the lime cigarette existence the cild, stolid tact A.T X'O 11 .V Vrt A.T j U .V V , Tor full particulars, as to Hoard, .U'.,aJdrou Is a cure for Weak Memolt-ly- r whirling in the dreamy little or no practical use, is perhaps the I'riMriiini, T. VKItNON, KV. after niu. s. v. that ry, Low of Ilrsln IViwer, Nerrous 'Uuford, LIdooIh Co., K7. 3E- Kxbaustlon, Hemlnsl Weakn, measure of a waltz even the best of wo most remarkable invention or discovery of ALXJX. ANDKU80N, lmKtrncy. and (irneral lisa of men love to steal awhile away and stand the age. The exactness with which Bpeech I'ower ol the tleneratlse Organs; is 11 allk .mm llifnHi.m m. caue-e- d ht u. unostentatiously on the side of their is rtproducrd by he vibration Civil Engineer and Surveyor, DANVILLE, KY.. Dtfora liking, (itirnre ot youthful Imprudence ot Will practice la the Courts of IVjyle by the roughening of the tin foil tbe rxceeaol matured J eara, such TrJMark. feet in order that their corns may throb tin- count lea and In the Curt of Appeals. and aJJolalng lULLS HIT, LINCOLN CO., XI. This notice forewarns hunters, fiihanuan and as I'ulrrrtsl Ijisiltiule. rain In the trammeled in all the buoyant gladness of is little short of matTtlou. The phond rack, Dimness of Visioii, tramra not 10 lrpaasoa our landa without Age, aud tnaay otter disas all such acta are liable to b procecuted J- . Plan, a temporarily removed slipper. And so ograph is now to be put to scientific 7 C d1 8 cent fir postage and receive, eases that lesd to Intanllr r ConrnlaVttrH, a cosily box of goods, which to tba full sxtent ,of the law. IMI. Signed 1 sumption. Io all cases ot Kemale when he started to cross the conservatory, use in the study of the dialects of the wlllhflpall.erelllirMX, HUiilont, Kj Match 17th. And Mastertoinm'.asloner ILKkeaatlaCiic Minors money right I). McKlitrlcIf, Cbur, Wiakneas the rMl8.c acta Ilka a (ItisAW M McCormack, KIT JT.Vf!'-s'.- . Beryl' quick movement was interpreted savage people. A traveler about to go to iwir than anything els in this world, fortune 11. T llUiii, chirm, restoring loss or fsdlnt vlg. . Will Sraellra I, A. U I4tteiiier, Collre-U'Ihe worker absolutelv sure. At ooce adawait or, glfltirf to tbe aya a brilliant C. ISli hop, Uonsa swclalty. Offlra la r ltelil, as a thrill of joy at his approach, and there the Congo has provided hiuiBelf with a dress Tauic A Co., Auguau, Maine. and ipsrkllng beauty, to the cheek I It. ivibb, lvl Hubble, tha rosy bloootu of health. from hi heart a great flood phonograph into which the natives are to welled up F. li. ltl.,-lAfter Taklag. llliii" Kel!y, W. ('. MtCunusct, It it A ,1 y liorer, BsrMerwln's Specific Is s)ld by all Urulsls al of love for this girl a maelstrom of be invited to talk. The tin f jil "negatives'' M. II Lytic, six packages for IV Also by tJ. L. Carter tt parkage, or on receipt by the ' mall, pottage free, of price "TANKORD. hV. T. J. Hill, J. W. Wtaibrrford, tender affection that he could neither are theu to be sent to Berlin, where, lu pamphlet, which Win. Ilurloo, G Vanoy, r Full particularsapplicant. Addreaa allwill be ?h7u.Ur:H.UI.Mlln lil"t' l'0 d0" And when he bad use of a duplicate phonograph, scientific BR IT KNOWN TO THK riTBLIC AND TO J. A. Hani. control nor explain. mailed free to esery J.H. Murphy, lo the a.i!e roanufactur-- r. and J. M. Hill. " "M aui,n,,u,,J "htn ra- utrii"01" eached Beryl's side he again saw the lus- men may study at their leisure the spoken All MR! That all the property ago totho lncreau 1. W.Carter, Kd. Carter. .W Vtllt.l Y .HEMl my daughJ. II. McAllstrr, otcreonio years that I ViV O , savage. 1 here is cl It Mrs. I .nudelilal , rea deed ol gift from me to T, J Kitr. KaostaClty, Mo, J. II. Jone. II trous eyes looking into hi', felt the dewy language of unluio.ed ter. Hold In Stanford by Fenny A UcAllster ai.d all White, J. Q. Montsomtrr, be taken Bit-- W. U l'ENNY. ber anotherp30s.be usj of the pliont graph ber, li held by cxiinoand can rother liiiandforJ.an T. M. Marcuia, lipt quivering beneath the large Druggists everywhere Mrs. J. J. .dobeiiy. II. U.h. I200.yrj aia!nst debt that mar antlMt. (231 tyr) kisi that he, pre.ned that may some day be developed, and that It la, t Shecinee I hr own stock ami ditioeol bisement LUTIiU HTANFtlUD, KKNfOCKY. all her projrty by will orderd.aa she sees fit, Offlca eieer Itiht S. Ly tie's slurs. OiB.-- Lour them, and over all there came lie is for secret corresponded i of importance. now and forertr IhaelhUUone for the twin fit upon from J tall a. si, aot I lu a r u ! VALUAHLi: lllla f mark her Ineaiheile. .J, subtle odor of the flowers that surrounded By giving a rlitfhi eccentricity to the epir-a- l ofI7-2- t and her children mlnlalered wnen neomaarr Sl'ltOfiAMOilK. ... ...., fallowed by the pointer, the negative indeed for the altar of a itiomtU incense The sire of trotters, rosJaters, snd mora fancy i Stanford Town Lots for Sale. and onIjiiteru borate than any other Hal- -, made'on one phonograph could be read pure and passionless love. C3r- - 3FS- lion In Kentucky will make the wnn of IMI duI offer for ssle prlrately at low price and on tour miles weal ofHIsntoid, directly en the Knob. "I know you love me, darling," be said, ly on the.originalmachine or lis exact BsraxsxBTS rery reamsble terms, lo stree iiiarea OVKlt FIFTY Lick pike, and will be drawing her close to hi", fkjr blue anpn-der- , plicate. A menage tent in thia form Ttt I'.V LOTS In the North east limits or tha al the extremely low price of 1JO lliexfin or ISO city of .Stanford. More than half ol tbnu are lo I nan re. 1'artlng with the mar forftite tha Inbending tenderly above the cor-on- wou'd identify itself" by reproducing the c& and wlihlua third of a mile ot the Court House, and a surance, Ho la an excellent breeder and a aura (Iraaa furnished at 11 per month. of golden hair lht her father had voice of the sender ami if captured on its LmilsTll'e, Ky., Clnrlnintl. O., and Indlanspolls. ntimrbr of iheru within of a mile of foal getter Due earo taken to prevent sccldenla or escapes, the J unci km dtlot. excellently looted for A bona', Ditker Itros.'. be absolutely unintelligible Ind.,dealeraln Meluway mned to piy for the fiwt of the month. way would igagvd In bulbe-- a or have uuplrymrnl at but will not he rnponrlhle should any occur Seven'First-Olas- s Haines', J. A C Flarhcr, Vow A fcona', Baldwin A Companies DKaeKll'Tlore Au I'aiiiuaaic Nobl.y la a jet "I knew it full well, and it was wrong for Philadelphia Ledger. Co a CuttsKe. Upright and equare I'lapo Kortea; that point. are Tlu-- e lots tbe Tcry twst and moat lautlful-l- y black, wllh small Upland two a hi le fret. It hiuda Hamilton Organs. alio the Ester, obolliker au.l aiidcotnenleiilly situated fjr'rrilderiiei that I tneh high, fine rusne and tall, g od 1 The Kentucky Central Railroad. leg, me very wrong to cause you pain. Am Instruments Mdd al pdrieand leiius to suit have cier bn-- oflared aala lu Manfurd, beautl'ul head and neck, etelleut should r, bark I forgiven?" The stockholders of the Kentucky Cen- prlceaand Don't Rite your ordera till you gat out my prices and terms aialor h as to plare I' In and and loln-- ln fart faultless In srimnelrr snd will the sui ji. l.u:s, Aar,,,t,i.uhii. terms. power ol any industrious msn to secure ou of guarantee there doaan'l life a slalllon poses-eof For answer she twined her white, gleam- tral h'ave finally agreed to piy into the a an. I mise iualltlra lie almost them lor a bojie. about his neck, and as he stood treasury of the company a sum of money They all trunt upon new streets, which bare lust Invatlabl, Imparts to his pmgeny ing arms As an rtlJeiire tieen y tbe broadest and best In Stanford. boia.a when cri.d that li will produce there, a willing prisoner in those dimpled equal to ten per cent of the share capital; The soil Is as rich na any in Kentucky. Most of on gnl marra Is the tact that urns of his try mbVjL tha land last lerel as to require no grading and tba speadi est culls bae uoihing hula 8lr WalUcedam UXSQT Lu fetters of love, she kised him in the low. that I rery t well water cau bv bad at a depth of from torrcominend them 7haof Itaell Is ronrliialTa MTANFOIIU KV. I fi.r v reverberating fashion she had learned vj hsr tinnaiH.j tin tut DflPh share of his. - -SO to 40 feel. hlv non r that the speed romea from the sire, rtoiueof 1HIUI becoldeat-blootleTbey will be sold to none but while peraoua. win I bare itsbllhed a new sysIn the lend bsTSprcluc-e- d W. P. WALTON, - . males To tub Public Propriotor. atVsstar. "Yes," she said, "I do indeed holdings. The Livingston extension A msp of thru can be seen at my office. laatrolta by blm Mr Alex Johnxrn says. 'I tem la the mercbantlle Una. I will ux iai a possible oOVr ol hate batdled mors of Nobby'-cult- s my entire tv'l; .f cmals oa and alter the 1st JM mo. IT. . Ml I. LRU. Ikan say man, 1op vou.I and when we are married I will! .oe iiuaneu iu wciv.. v M n turd, Ky. and they are all last " Mr IVm. Dudd asj a au ad ranee of do day of April at fVn-er- y prove that love bv a test whose rtften.y and, tbe movable and stationary batter roadaters life." Mr. I'urdnni haa oaia with Bite of SlagsJOiM. ElfhttomMelseetseif Mealing capacity. Including gallery, W0, 1 116, . i iM . . ..! l !. .1 Iti tin handling that la trotting Ins mils In 3 34, gost & Carriage. Qn g pef Qent uu fuhi ou urnne power increased at once. Iteaeonabla rates la good attractions. Addreat can not De ueniea even or iuu and says "no better eluM of horses can be fouad " ue c rosd Is Mr - I). Nunessayt lor soy Thli,1onltlkD)t ,hlt h nerer ,wn dooe ,T ,Dy i wedded LHbs. Yon will know the approach to tha Oaio river mil GLENCOK of hem,and erery ananoa seller." loo long Ituatei'a as above. Warren DOaia puiw reUllatora and will certainly astonisn eTeryrwur i not the epheme Nobby made a record of 2 23 and was sold taJV. C. Wltniracai and transit find tiat niy love for you ...05J. when , they call and examine my go.nl s andprore Fair, tleertaod, Ohio, tor 3,0O). If ., This M no humhuiraudto tip an as to De auie 10 a. pi'slon of a day, Imt a deep, endu Tha corn bine. tallnn, could glae numtiera of trstlnonlala from nrtleaery Ih best witllOU' that lam In earnest, please call and examine my AbdalUb Olencoe, will hors-mof our rcuntry commecdlng Nobby lo CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO IK. with the roads north ot the rivtr by all WHO will current that flows on and on forever." cent- - In cash aared ns tivk. 2A 1 make the present srasoa tbe fitoratiloconalilarailon of all losers of gixl through ,. AUfad-jrermU IiaBsenr ,llonM w,. i.ir.M remmiber that I a. II strict- sskt). a. ,1.;. at me atalle. What ia thin teat?" he mllra horses, but will let the shore suffice Kismlne "" uh;au -. ,7 orchorItatqulfalent. HUbesl market price .u.w6 from IliiMontllle orj tha tbe horse, snd If you are disposed to glee ' n"-rhlu your v & Ohio osld tor alt kinds ol country produce "I shall" he replies, "never try to make JIVtHustonTllle and - . ......- wv. . .vi. via thn Cticamitfako v patronage I will guarantee talue received for ki-- 4b Jjm Turnpike Itoad, atLiberty money. Nobby Is by Oarrard Chief, be by youro uie will please come All pereoue Chicago Tribune. biicuit." at once and tay on their account, as I need to the Eistand via Knozville to all points n.--v mi. r nfli Chief, he by Mrmbrlno Faymasler. he hy & tba funds. Thanka fur past fora. Keipecttuliy, IO To IXM'KK Maiabrlno. he by Imp. Messenger. Oarrard Chlsl's exchanges give Borne in- covtrtd by the East leunceite, Virginia Orchard roa- One of our 23M IP. 31. iiOW.llin,'.Ctt. dam, Dollle Dixon, by Frank, g daw by Aratua, of the road A COLT, g, g dam kr Hambletonlan, g g. g dam by teresting figures in regard to the differ Georgia, the bondholders Money due when tha mare prom to I In foal or te WashinQton, Philadelphia N.Y. Nobby's dam a thoroughbred mare former"In having agreed some time ago to accept It Bay traded. With only two months' handling he trot- ly owned by U. F. ltoblneon, of Osrrard ounty. ent le.irned profusions. ted a rails In 2 IS on a track 10 stcoods slow, and a of six percent., Tha only Una running Jl. II. CltOW. lsoking over the last census we find that four per cent, ins uad Mr.Harre 1'ope, one of bla drlrers, siys he could provision of the bonds how a 2 30 gate any tirnt he wanted to. lis Is a are C 1 69S clergymen in the United contemplated by the there PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 01B8 I will ataod three No. I saddle horse and an extra brevier, his colts years. Jacks at my stables being naturally lilted and of tine alia and atylr. Stntea and 05,137 lawjeri", while the whole fjr three He was aired by Jo hlmo; he by rjt. Klmo, be by this season, MIE UiJDEIUTOOD llEK llUSINEiS. ''Oh, number of doctors of all the different Alexsnder'sAbdallah, by Kysdjke's Hambleton-IaJo hlmo's dam by Mambrluo medicine is 85.671. This gives some one it coming up the steps, mat" exschools of ! Maiiibrinol'aymaater; lit dam br Msnger, . by Willie I) by Foreigner, he by Imp. (ilercoe. AVIIIIe I) 'a dam clerymnn and ore lawyer to every claimed Miss Pyrktns, to her mother, ho one Btarllgbt. by Cnerokeo, hlsdsm by Imp. (llencoe. , 77ooflho population, and 0110 physician kept a boarding house. "Shall I go to the Ktarllghl's dam by Old U dam by a saddle horse pedigree) unknown, 3d dam was to every 585 As a phvrician'fl or lawyer's dooiV" known as the Doublebend ami lluzurd marc, thorOLD ind-ed- ," IaOUlMVllIC,ClllCllllllllliUlIat?X- Pyrkinj, answered Mrs. "No, practice embraces territorially the area of Black Hawk oughbred. I will also stand my floe Jack, liiKlou, liy., a young man who many p Irishes, it is evident that if there bustling around. "It's Ilrd bay stallion, foaled MM, bred by Cbir'ee country is probably looking for board. Go down Dunn, Manlenl, Ky ; slrrd by MewnrerChl f are enough clergymen in the On same terms for mares; will serra Jennets on sire of Maud Meueuger, record 2 20; Marvel, fi.yr IIOSCOE CONKLINGI into the parlor and hi playing a dreamy prlrate terma. Mc Is 13' hsnds high, brown old. tece.nl, 2 2H, Oue, there most be plenty of lawyer and a 2 with meaiy nose, and (or size, style ami action U filth hntl on beasy track, Abel AUIallah, 30',, Connecting In same All at tho same ptlco of doctors. Yet the number of air on the piano when he come in." depot with fast trains lor strictly hard to beat, and has proten liiiutell a trial Mast e Stewart, I 2b gait at "Ye, I knot; but some one must attend good breeder. (Z36) K. N. l'OWKI.I.. ami other promlelng ones. candidates for the ministry hia decreased $10 lo Insure a Mure with Foul now." First dam feuale by Seiulnel, record 2.2!. and in recent year, while the students of law to the door. There goes the ball thealrseif Von Arnlm,? sold In Crnumudor lley a fo fire the "Well, I will run to the kitchen and Or til to boldIfa IIman wantsonnmire colt until kI Kittson Inr 110.000; Annette, 2.Mi; T. A.. 2:2; medicine, were never so numerous. and colt, we month'otil. VoungCenilnel, 2VB; Mlgnon, 2..1K, Vlvandiere, The Direct Houto toLyuchburi;, Dam DANVILLE the door and while you hluifjiKclil mUm, upon diultable ternii. 1'rlnre 2 2fill'ariul. 2.2S; llrsiid rVntinef 2 2v4; a The fact are, however, that too few are send Jane to open will In letto.Iunncts at 8tu fur a .Jemi-- t coltora full brother li Volunteer, tba lrt of St. JuvilU, Norfolk, entering tho ministry, while the profes- are playing anJ Jane is uhowing him in, I lost Jack colt; a living Jack colt, Insured until six lian. 2 ll'i, (Hosier, 2 17; Alley, 2 19; IMlne, will bo pounding on the table with a roll- months ol J, 423. Driver 2 lOJ,, Hunter, 3 2i 2 20)i and medicine are being Amy, sions of law r month; and Jenneta Marcs pastured nt St M and a score more In th 2 30 class. ing pin." (1 tier mouth, Mares fnJed ll.jre fa.illnif tlinn and North Carolina with mere shysters and quack." rccond dam, Kitty Ittver, the dam ofllertln All Virginift fortelts Ihatonlrari, A Ilea held on thn oilt lor old record 3 Oft: (ilrl, record 2 X7, Points. "But what for, ma?" 1 will tire prompt htsjukI attention theseion. ami thegranilam of Maud Mnvnuer, 2 2", by Ah. For Ttiere ate at tne present time seventy-ou- e twtrnn. dalUh.theslreorOoldainllh "It will sound as if we had two servants to the accommodation of ell my 11 mm I.E. Maid, 2 It; lUniatlriil, your tickets and further Information, apply to nearest ticket office, or addiess itEVl bhelby City, Ky. 2 2IJa; ThornJnlo, 2 22,'4j Almont, Alxlallah Filot newspapers and mgzitien published and were goin to have beefsteak for 233-lAc, Ac W. J. llaso, w. i:. Aitwtu.n." in Cioclncaii. Of this number twelvo are lunch."-Fhiladel- phih Call. Third dim br Iteil Jacket, film eif the dam nl Manufacturers of Adverttilng Agt., Tlek'tsnd Fans. Att Kentucky Wllkts,2 21 and the grands in of So So, published daily, thirty weekly, twenty-monthlio v lliilliKI., LjuIsvIII., Ky 2 I7Hnnd Itcl Wilkes, sire ol l'hll Thompwn. SALE OFLovely Woman and Heu Hwrnrr one one record, 2 211 by Gomel; by Sherman Mor V. W. NniTII, DoorM, Hash, HUimIh, U'IiuIom gan, II. W. I'DM.KK. "So you eay you got even with uio aim oi verm ml mack Hawk, the sire ot Oan'l Manager, tion'l l'aas'r Ag't. two eeuilmonthly, and two quarterly. Of Lilian Allen and many other trotttre. Ilvl Jackyou by ItlchmonJ, Virginia. Mrs. Jones when site tried to spite e jouniiU sixty are printet's dim was sired by a half brother to Illark Hawk there seventy-onand Door Frames, BJold- Senttnul and Alrxandet's Abdallah are both by wearing a handsomer drrns than youra at ed in Engliah and eleven in German; sixpubW. will sell Kysdyk's Hambletonlan, the grandilre of Maud atyour vtedding Bnniversary, end attract- The lulra of tho Jato the M. Talr bidder, onat H.. 2 lOlJay-cye-sehighest 2 WA HI, Jullen, 2 IIU, lic auction to teen are devoted to religion, four to IiiKH, Scroll Suvr dc, and IstlioslreofDexter, 2 17'. Nettle, 2 IS, all tho attention?" Oranga Ulrl, 2 20; Uoorgi Wilkes, i 22 and thirty six to medicine, two to educa- ing April 10th, 1884, Thursday, otbrtts, with recoida of 2 .10 and better. Meawnger "Oh, yes, I got even with her." Chief wa, alrc-- by Alulallah Filot, slreof I'iclard, tion, three to juvenile auiueementa, two to Ills Farm near Ml. Pnlrm, on tho Middlehurg lVork, Tina- "How did you mauage it?" 2 lt)w: ltd Jim, TurnersTlllaplke, record, 2 28; 1st dam Is nd com& secret societies, seven to finance to (Jen, (leorgi, II, llioinai, sire of "Wtll, you see, she had bor little boy Scott's Thomas, 2 21, by Mambrlno Messenger ,slrn thrto to science and mechanics, with her, and when she took him on her Containing About 485 Acres of Land, merce, liiK Lathe Worli, ofI.ewlnikl,2 Second ilam by Mambrlno Chicago No. contains up first Chief, tiro ol lady Thorn, 2 I8$; Wocdford Mamthree to law, three to muoic, and the re- lap I peeled an orange aiidgaye it to him To be put Acres, 80In lour lota. I)t 15 In1 (ornlait Acteain wheat, Hbout MO brlno, 2 2IV; Mambrlno I'alcheu and others. uew8.-N- ew York 2 contains about ISO mainder to general year, nothing on It, Third dam by Imp. Napoleon and English Hunwhile she wa looking the other way." rioorlns, CeillajfjIVealb- THE OX1.Y LI1IK LUtiNINtl Acres, all In Brass, Including dwelling of 8 rooms, ter, Ac. Ilreeders wlllolxsrvo that Alidallah Journalist s bvtimtuing two good barns and all neteatary outbuildings, "And of coure lie was soon It nearly full brother to Maud Meisenger, Lot No 3 contain ab't.t 120 Acres, all in grim. 2 2U, that sold for 81.000 and a most ro in the juice and the dress m ruined? laal Cars I for 84,000 A KuMcllville special gives Drvhscd Iiiuulscr fall; they liavn samn sire and grandam; his dam Is I.ni No. 4 contains aljout 7J Acres, In cms. tald t Me f tliuplko. And then ull the life of Miss Fanny AND SOLID TJtAINS "Precisely," Somerville (Maes.) Jour- lot llosonlying on tha east side ot the plko will In netier nrrit man .MiuU'suam. mantic chapter in the lie la a suro lost tho land teller and a bone of lino stylo and carriage. He And other put up together, ami tbo bid rullzlug the mest 1'orler, of that city. It recites how an nal. will made tho ssason of 1891 nt Charles Dunn'i LOUISVILLE r fltlt) Acres TO CHICAGO raoney will be accepted. ; miles fiorn Ktanford, on Hush llranch plko, at old tramp, whose salutation she responded A Poute Intiiuijeu. A man in a hor llitiborpil I.iiikIh to be sold In parcels. BM'HI lANtlllKA I.IV1NU coir. her name, fell tel, by accident, went into the vrrong The land will b sold for Jjtaih. JS in 12 months to upon the street, learned and the balance In 2 years, with interest on tho Tlllej Branch of I .A N. It. It. arrive In Loulavlllt in love with her pretty faco, and finnally room. There was eoiutlody in bed and twulast payments and a lien retained. Thlalsono Also will stand a county; lies lu beat "' eeening tram or tho "Monon i. ".".V and go through mysteriously disappeared. A year after- Bald: "This is my room, hir. My name is of the Is wellStock Farms In Lincoln timber, good Houto" to watered, conTtnient to Also Dealers In well, a certain Johnson." Then the frowsy nlven ward he was found dying near Orcencastlo, CrnnfoitlnvIIIc, Lnrayctte head of a wo- roads, railroads,Atchurches, Ac. roswaslon sell all the aamo time wn will Immediately. and Chicago nithoat cluute. town in the State, and his last wish was man appeared above the Mieel and looked the pergonal property, consisting of 32 head good $7T4)INNVnu J, M. Hall aayt he bought month' feeding Cuttle; hnro been fl ou corn for TIME TAI1I.E his money, which was deposited in a at the intruder. He lifted his hat, and 81 long yearlings, t joke ofOxau. 3 milka Cows, 2 In that tome i ii j ! seasonmulestheytho neighborhood where he mult a were good ones and bo hat the aud UTAflUNU. swim i iMireia Dully, i Dally. Tenneiseo bank, should be given to her. siying,' Mrs. Johnson I presume and hope?'' Horses, 8 lat Hogs, I eotr tinu ligmtalrbanksbcalfs. reputation of being a good breeder. of Corn, 8 stacks of Hay, pair of Address IT. O. 1UXX. Lvc. Loulsvllleu. 7 43 p ui 8 00 am She has refused an ofier ot $3,000 for her loft the apartment. Philadelphia Prog- lUar Ilakaandall tbe Faimlag Implements,,, all Stanford, Ky. Arr. dreencastltx. v Call on us or write for prices. Wo keep a Urg i ui a m 2 01 p in tba Household ana biicncn ruiunuic, iwui ' claim on his fortune, and her lawyers are ress. Crawfordsvlll 2 OS a ni 3 01pm feet of seasoned Lumber, 0 shares lu the 3Ililllo-bur- g stock and will do our best to please yo in fries Ufayttte 1,I'1 iiounds 8 13 a ni s 12 J) A Turneravllle Turnpike Ito-.invcitlgatlng the affAJr. The modern jury is almost incapable of of Meat, Ac. The personal property will ber sold and quality ol material. Chicago 7 .10 a m! 8 0 pm s, I)y Messenger Chief; dam by Alcalde, (lira by mouths, with Interest on all sums on The most direct route, wllh only one uhangeof The New York Commercial Admtucr re- hanging a murderer. Something might be orera credit ofGamount and under, cash. Any per2 21; Enigma, 2 26: Fancy Dar, 2 80, Ac, 510; that in regard to VASriLLE Sllnne.ota Iowa VLASIXG MILL CO will make tba season of 1831 at Mr. Ie Yeagtr'a) Nebraska, etc. marks that "it is again fashlouahle for done in the way of reforming jury practice son can gain any Information desired n. u. tor further Information, address "1'rovldence Neighborhood," Danville, Ky.. at on or addressing hair back from their should Judge Lynch decide to hang a ten- the Lands by calling McKinney, Ky.. or U. O. MURRAY KELLER, (J. I A., giriToIUHiire. ladies fo comb their McKluney, II'. ,2- 234-DanrllU, Ky. Louiirlllo, Ky Falr.MIddleburs.Kjr. Memphis Avalanche. der hearted jury, foreheads and show they have brains." suniiT nmile as she an bjr the expression of Harold's free that his question had not been caked In Beriounesg. "How you frightened me," alie aid, nestling close beside him in the confiding, trustful way that is so characterise of when she is about to lay pipe n "Dj you retlly lore uie, Berjl7" A pair of soft, luntrouii eye, looked up inquiringly into the face of Harold Wyer ue, arid over ihc sweet, clrlish face a wave of pallor, quickly followed b a Cigar Making at Seville. A letter from Hevi.l describes (ho government cigar fctory of 8pitn: The factory U 700 feet long and almost as wide and a visltid by very dirty. At ihe time it the writer, there were 250 young girls in the vestibule making cigarniesj in the next room were 100 other iirl engaged in the same occupation and on the next floor 3,000 womeii as cW aj sardines in a box, in a single room, mkiiig ciar, some of them having their bible with them not a month old, while dogs were lying on tobso-cstems. The womm were divided into sevens at each table, three on each side of the mislrcsat tho top. Around each table were shelve again-- t slone pillars, on tvlilcli lay children's shoe, socks and clothe. The air waastifling and the buzz of conversation was now and again broken by the wailing of the babies. The flooring was so dilapidated that it was possible for an incautious visitor to fall through. Two other side apartments, 100 feet long, were also picked with laborers. The factory consumes 10,000 pounds per day and employs 6,000 persons, who receive 50 ceuts per day for 12 hours work. The matron at each table gels her pay from the women she o JAMES II. McCKEAltY lldata fur Congreas In Dip Klghth District, subject to the will ul the Democracy, ISXJGPIIISLVN MOUSE It n On IIOX. A. . TAMIOTT ct la a Candidal for Congress in tbla dlttrlct,;iub-Jeto tha action of tba democracy. Fire! Fire! Fire ! H.K1YAIK1 0. I haf e rented the corner Hotel In Crab Orchird, known aaltie l'arrla llouv, n fitted and refurnish- rtl It aii'i propooe to run 11 in nrsi-cianjir, it-IrUI allctillou to tratitlcnt ci'ulum room tratelera will flD'l splendid saiuple for the display nl tbrlr go ) and arruitiiuodatlons rtjual to any llouae In leolral Kentucky. I will also hate charge of tha l.lrrry Hlable and will aland fins ways keep It suppllrd with fsst hurae turnoula. This will not Interfere with uiy CHAMPO Lwlsizsfsl ! Furnituro and Undertakers Trade, Mk fc'JkvV fsR rk E sBBBBBsm ai'li ZStta? shall co tlnue to keep a lull Una ( f the I'celsirrrat anxiety fer Ilia people of titan brd and As I be al all tlniee to serte thoee Furniture Lincoln county and promisee to On Ihe fair thing needing ni yand ready the other services lu for them If they will Insure with htm In either a. 11. Crab Orchard Ky Th London A Lancashire Iniurance Co., of s Liverpool, whoa assets are Ij,2i),u00, or The Royal, of LI rerpiol, amis SJ0.M7.17I, or Tha flue Imported Norm an Hlalllon, will make tha Tha Lancashire, ofManchesttr, asaett over seaaon of IMt it tha atkble or J M, Wrsy, at "Fink Cottage," yt miles from Stanford, He promhe la ;xty nit hurt front day 0 aJjilment and ulll rutins Me uujP,tlilH60) day$ lime, 915 Write tohlworcall oa bltn at Lancaater, Ky. On ttf to t.NSLaa; a colt. 215-Jiu- acitr siM'iirt.ini l't MYERS HOTEL, STANrOED. KY. and Still Imputation, AT THE SEASON, 17 baoda Stanford Female Propr Champolaa dark gray, high, weight n, . F tf TERMS MODERATE. 'iuii:ii:akt. L. 3L3ATST3S.S, )&& POSTED ! . -- -l m 'irroiiN v. Ar ja.av, I'rems-tureOl- n, CWt-boue- To tfee PiaLbli I(tril lr ' threi-story-an- d NOBBY n.i.. "Waters Co., flrst-ilaa- a ' FirefLxghtning& Tornado IaNl)Il.i.t'i:i el 1. II. Baldwin two-thir- per-so- ri. LOWEST EATE3 j. 19.-m- sJ Ml rl SOMETHING NEW. bo-io- oiH-ne- fl OPERA tn-s- house;, d -- ..!. .iinn equ.u. . .,, etuui 1 jg AEDALLAH 1 -y- n, ...-.,(- u', tr eu .,... :, for-a- id Mem-brln- 22585, wssJw -- Kentucky's Koute East Dlo-mri- le. Three Jaclxs PRINCE 236-4I- U Abdallah Messengor! n, A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. Woo-lcker- bob Mcelroy, -- II',, -- yrar-oid, Ir, Hentl-nell- over-alock- nmm mill Ji COMPANY y, He-veng- semi-wojkl- LAND, STOCK, &0. "HOiyOlV KOHJ'iTK." Railway. d Louisville, New Albany V. Mes-t-ng- cr crboardin, Pullman Palaco A'so-lOOo- 2J-- Building Material Farm Xiiiusber OOD MULEJACK ." 1 d, MESSENGER tl PRINCE, Hy-la- 111 iiocx-erord.- (,23t5-t- ,!.