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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884041501 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. T" ' ' Mems 'VeeUu 1niefjUi ' -.- m ,...,. mtfn NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER IPM! 241 VOLUME Semr-SJ- tf X.-NUM- BER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL "Put 15, 1884. eltln $ntcrior$onrn;tl w. ta.OO Whn P. WALTON. A- T- iM&Ntnf THtemlata attti FrlAnvB, lI3Il ANNUM paid atrlctly In advanre If we hare to wait nv time, 83.00 will b cbanlsd. "No, thank you, I am dying." "Is there nothing I can do for you? Shall IltA.M12 THIS I write to your friends?" "I have no friends that you can write 102 .SlIACKLKWCU. LaNE, IUwton, Lonikw, K. Mah 1:3,1881. to. Hut there is one thing for which I iVir Iht trior: would be much obliged. In my knapsack tCbatlnutd from last liius.) you will find a Ttatatnenl; will you open Piiuiav, Mrch 11th. Hubert and it at the fourteenth chapler of John, and KJlth catne in for their weekly visit to near the end of the chapter yon will find spmi the day am! night. We all went a verse that begins with 'Peace.' Will you down to Westminster Abler and heard a read it?" Lenten choral service. We went specially The officer did so, and read the words, to nee the beautiful bunt of out own "Peace 1 leave with you. My peace I Longfellow, lately set up, ait an exception- give unto you. Let not your heart be al mark of honor, in thin treasure house of troubled, neither let it be afraid." Knglish valor and genius. It is a tribute "Thank you sir," said the dying man. well as gracefully accord. a "I have the peace; I am going to my Savd To ne, he n the poet of poela head ior; God is with me; I want no more. and shoulder above them all, in bin magic Our good brother, Robert Kamton,from These were his last word, and hia enirit Inner chord of the soul-lif- e touch of the And lie never publinhed a tame and mean- - Glasgow, who has been down for some ascended to be with Him he loved. weeks, working in Moody's inqniry rooms, ingle line much less, an impure one Getting Eren With the April footers. in all the poetical riTuniona, the world will called yesterday, but I wa out. His "bow It was the first day of April, and a canr be proud to treasure, while our language abide in strength," though bis hair and of Alabama street merchanU had been hay- stand in the front. And bout of all, one beard are like mow, with the frosts of age. ing a stack ol fun out of a piece of tin rwtver ban a headache in trjing to find out Dear old man! putting in the few day that foil, cut and to indented as to represent a what he mean. 'Deep thinker" way are left with might and main for Jesus. silver dollar. count tins a blemish, but the shallow one, How ffw "bring forth fruit in old age!" Several persons had been sold and walkWe all went down lo l'laiatow again and ed away amid the loud who like to have a little comfort in rendlaughs of the jokers. ing, ni the go along, will always be in '.I e spent the afternoon with dear Uro. Presently a (all raw boned country boy and family inxt pleasantly and lnijoritf and I am glad our Lungfrllow profitably. He grows like a "calf in the came sauntering along and seeing tbe tin wrote to gratify the greatest number. tall" and is not ashamed to let it be foil darted down and grabbed it like grim A precious night meeting interna deepknown, Jltira avi in Itrrit, is this young death. Immediately he saw thegame, and, ening and number increasing. We hare an average attendance of abiut 800 on Baptist preacher. Oh, for thousands like turning to the merry crowd, saiU: I ardners, ye got me; less all go and werk night, which it considered eoniethlg h m' A preacher willing to be taught is almost m scarce an article a a discreet wo- take a drink." amicing in the history of Bromley reiiviout Before he had finished, tho always thirsty man in Soloman' day. (Keel. 7:28) The gathering. Much loth. Herbert and dear LOKD strengthened me at night ant) crowd bolted for the nearest saloon, led by Hatohiia, Kdith took reluctant leave, all round, thi I hardly felt my indisposition in speaking, the rustic. Arranging themselves in front of the morning. We lore the dear children a if dngrrgation full, appreciative and bar, each called for the fanciest of drinks, Praise the LOUD ' Ever in thejr were blood kin and the cling to u the countryman asking for cider. After the GEO O IIAHNB4. more cloel a the spiritual atmosphere of Jeatis, liquor had disappeared, the rustic planked Ilexlev Heath growi in v unixwurnial. I Ttir$ Hundred and ftltf fif Tons of Silnr down a five cent piece to settle for the cider Mont am orrr to say that inr, wnu unce beard Twenty-eigh- t million dollars' worth of and then walked off chuckling: the word gladl, ar nw Toing the 'Greeny may git left purl often, but be truth in which the ai nm r.jdced. The gold and silver and securities will be placed git thai 'casinnally." in the new pnatoih'cc building in a short oldator "but when tnbuUtion or pere-cutio- n And out he slid, leaving the funny men aructb, br and br they are otlrnd-c- d time. This enormous sum represents what to settle m best they could with the Avhtant Treasurer Eyster " The did not "co-m- t the cost" of United Stat Atlanta Conatiiution. has on hand. When he remoyes from the walking with Jesus and soon tired of the English Penal Servitude. "w of holiness." And so down the cii'tom house to hit new quarters, on the Penal servitude as now carried out in drop into the old, doleful christian life, second floor of the building on Ninth and from which the fitfully emerged for a lit- Chestnut streets, he will bring along with England is a rttj dreadful punishment. tle while, only to be more hopelessly entan-jlr-- l, him as hit bulkiest package H5o) tons of From the dock the convict is carted away after a failure in reaching out for standard silver dollar and fractional ailver in the prison van and on bis arrival at the coin There will be six tons of gold coin. jail the heavy gate are shut to something better. with horThe re ere cartxge of this pile of valuable rible sound behind him. He is Another precioua meeting at the Taberthrust into nacle and a grand attendance for Saturday material from Fifth and Chestnut to Ninth a narrow cell, there to remain without night. Oro. I.ambauine again taitified to street will cost the government a good companionship for nine months. Scarcely having received great bleming. Hi gener-ou- a round snm. It will require more wagons ever hearing a human voice, save the warupboMiiig of our hand ia aa rare aa it than are used in cleaning the streets of the der's, fed on coarse food, hia fate ia sealed city in a week. There will not be mnch of for thirty-siweeks and after that he will it uiwelfish and btautiful. Honuay, March ItSth. Full houaemorn-in- a parade about the affair, either; but the probably be sent to another establishment, Exwhere the discipline is somewhat leas seand afternoon and crowded at night; work will be entrusted to the Adam's press Company and the men who wilt ride vere. Tbe nine month's solitary and all three services full of blessing and confine"power fiom on high." Irale the LOKI) ! on the vehicles containing the silver coin ment of a five years' conxict ia hard to Wc dirn-- and took tea with one of the dea- will each one be an arsenal on stilts. In bear. About five feet from the floor ia a The warden can look in at any con, who lire netr, and were- mot kindly addition to the $12,000,000 worth of silver peep-holbe nearly $1,000,000 in gold moment and the dread of this constant suentertained. A poor girl, taken out in a there will Record, pervision induce in sensitive prisoners faint, at the crowded night meeting, but no disorder. The dear people eem to "hunAmkmdiwi tiik Iohu'h Phayeh. Old nervous anxiety, in such cases the most seger and thirst" for the truth. man Sam Kalletou was doubtless one of the vere punishment inflicted on them. The MoKi'AV, March 17th. We went to the most ardent legislators known to the histo period of solitary confinement at an end, noon prayer meeting, a invited, and I had ry of Anansaw. Every bill introduced by they are allowed to work in gangs, under a strict and purposely vexatious discipline. an opportunity to "rub in" my ten minute' a man he looked on with juuible of truth imperfectly set forth last and never failed to suggest an San Francisco Chronicle. Thursday. The dear LoKD gave liberty, amendment. One morning, after a night's A Womak'd Tekhiiile Oath. Most wobut the chairman didn't like me. He was carousal, he entered the legislative hall just men say "damn" when they get mad. It is rude and tried to put me in the wrong, but as the chaplain was asking divine aid. The not a virile or venomous damn. Its being the LOUD gave me a rend answer that old man took a chew of tobacco and listen- quite intransitive may take tbe harm out clwxfc mated him completely and the audied attentively until the chaplain closed his ol it, for they never damn anything or anyence wa ij'iite on my aide, ns I had very petition with an effective recitation of the body. They simply emit the expletive itabundant opportunity to discover, n the lord's prayer. self, with considerable force and brevity, came to m in gruUn and singly after dis"Mr. Speaker," said the old man, arising, and with a triumphal satisfaction in their missal to attire me of hesrtv sympathy "I move to strikH out tho words 'daily face of having done nomething enormouswith the gope( I had preached. lint I Lretil' ami insert 'n. much bread aa may be ly wicked. But they always ssy it. A nhall hardly have another invitation to found necessiry for twenty days.' We young lady with a pale, rapt, angelic sort speak there again The unbrotherly and have alreidy done enough for the Hood of a face occupied the adjoining divan to Arkanjnw Traveler. 'uuprovoked Httack of thechairwan, however, mine in tho Turkish bath. While I was will aurciy "turn out to ttie furtherance of OiJfiitT to Go. Upon the republican admiring her as one of the pale, highbred It the gospel." The meeting Ht the Taberleaders' own statements the party has shown type of girls, she went out into the massage-roocompensated for all. I never nacle fully to cool for a moment, and, slipping itself totally unable to punish its biggest haw a happier coogregntiori than the one upon the wet marble, fell prone upon the criminal and has added another to the maThe faces of the that went out ny historical cases which proves that a lloor. With the readiness of habit she expeople were fairly lit up with joy. corrupt party was never yet able to purify claimed: "Hellity.devilty-cussedly.damnl- " Tkwdav, March 18th. I5y appointment itself, And it never will be. San Francisco Argonaut. It grows by met Mm. I.iuibourne nt Plaistow at 10.-1what it feeds on, and the only way for the BucKlen's ArmcaSalre. A. M. for a run down the left bank of the Tho greatest medical wonder of tho world. Warpeople to purify their government, which Thames to the new Victoria Dock and old has become corrupt almost beyond endur- ranted to speedily cure llurii, Ilrulae, Cuts, Ulcere, Salt llheum, Fever Bores, Cancers, Plica, Tilbury Fort. The former are to be finish-eance, is to put men In oflico who are free Chllblalna, Corna, Tetter, Chapped Handa and all in two yearn and will add wonderfully from all corrupting inlluences; who do not skin eruptions, guaranteed to cure in every Into the shipping accommodations of London, depend upon thieves and their money for stance, or money refunded. A poaltlve euro lor and furnish a new and populous suburb official positions. This fact the people will I'llee. 25c per box. Kor sale by Penny A Mc- Allater. to the monster capital of the planet. The , have to learn sooner or later, if they do Fort in full of historical association. We not rciliz. it now, and the quicker they Hell Rewarded. A liberal reward will be paid to any parly who Tinited (he room where Queen Elizabeth Portland Argus. learn it the belter. will produce a caw-o- l Liver, Kidney or Stomach waa imprisoned, for safe keeping, when a Jean lliplisto Dumas, the eminent complaint that Klcctrlc Hitters will not speedily Princess, and looked out of the identical cure. Bring them along; It will cost you nothing chemist, is deid at Paris. window where the young girl had many a Cough Cure Jooi not contain any drugs-o- r or the mcJlcIno If It falls to cure, and you will be Pasllloo time gazed longingly over the broad river-reaccheiulcali; It la purely vricstable. It cure well rewarded lor your trouble bealdci. All Wood with weary 'eye, and sighed for the Whooping Cough, Ilroucblal Cough, tickling In dispose, Illllouineia, Jaundice, Conitlratlon and liberty that vaa denied her. A spruce the throat, nnJ Winter Coughs, aa prevalent In general debility are quickly cured. Satlafctlon guaranteed or money refunded. Price only 50 youug artilleryman ahowejl us everything older people. Kor tale by MclloberU A Htagg. rente per bottle. Kor sale by, Penny A Mc Allater of interest in and about he place and most Mcltobeiti A atagg aro the agnta for I'apllloa Druggists. kindly explained the procwi of manipula- Hkln Cure, I'apllloa Catarrh Cure, Paplllon Cough Messrs. Penny A McAllater aro alwaya alive to guns that com- Care and flkln Cure, which are remedies of supeting the groit lielrbualneo, and apareno paloi to aocnro tbe rior merit they are excellent. pose the formidable armament of the forbeat of every article In their line. They bare seKose-raiBcroftib, Tetter, cured the agency for tb celebrated Dr. King's tress. We dined off bacon and eggs at the Nettle-raiBranny-tette- r, Lichen, New Discovery for Consumption. Tb only cerWorld' End" public house, jnat outside r, Shingle and alt dlaeaaea of a and did it with that decided rel- scrofulous, nature are cured by bathing the diMaied tain cure for Coniumptlon, Coughs, Colds, Hoarse-nc- i, the Fori, Aithtna, Hay Kever, Bronchitis, or any ish that brisk walking givea to healthy akin with Paplllon okla Csre. Kor sale by the Throat and Lungs. Sold on a positive A Blagg. y men; A good young brother, for whom I guarauUe. Trial Bottle free. Kegular ais 11. 6EQ. O.BARNES in ENGLAND XO!tl' jot well-deserv- am lo preach a week after we are through at Ilro. Lambourne place, accompanied u In this little run down the river. We "went over all the point," a preachers will when the get together, and I think satisfactorily, for the brethren were both willing to learn. An indispensable prerequisite to a satisfactory conference on any aub. ject. Another blessed meeting and increased attendance. Chnrley took Herbert's place with Will after we had spnl a pleasant evening. He met u at 102, being too busy to attend the meeting. Charley always brings his own sunshine with him and is a contributor to the general joyj never a drag upon the happy family life at Uro. Griffith's. I am happy to say that our good landlady hai returned to us, much better for the fortnight'" visit, away from distracting household cares, WriiNEMDAY, March 19th. I canght quite a cold in the raw air that blew off the flnlof the lower Thame yesterday, but a drop of oil and a word of prayer prevented any serious consequence. Our pharmacnMi-iia still the simple one of Jstnts V:l and wo haye never dreamed of going beyond it. It is perfectly effica-cioa n. dying." They put hlra down and returned to the field. A few minutes after an officer eaw the man welting in his blood, and said to him, "Can I do anything for you?', "flhall r get you a little water?" said the kind-hearte- A Dying Soldier. Mary's Lamb in a New Light, mc down," said a wounded Prus-ula- n 'Darling," said he, tenderly encircling at Sedan lo his comrades who were her slender waist with hi larboard arm, carrying him; "put me down, do not take I'can you tell me in what respect ou the trouble to carry me any further, I am resemble Mary, of little lamb fame?" officer. "No, I can not, dear Henry," blushing one of those Western sunset blushes that betokens cold weather. "Because," said he, as he tenderly stroked the golden hair, "because you haye a pet that love you so." "And now, dear Henry, can you tell me why you are like Mary's lamb?" "No, my dtar, why am I?" "Because," said she, glancing nervously toward the doer," e you are to go. I hear pa coming down tair, and you know!" "Why am I like Mary's teacher?" thundered the old man, poking his head in at the door and fondling a seven-pounclub. "Because," answering himself, "after eleven o'clock is gainst the rule and I am going to turn you out." As tho young man limped painfully away he was heard to mutter to himself, "Well, I differ from the Ismb in one respect, for I'll never follow Mary any morel" Milwaukee 8nn. "be-causd WALL PAPER I TRIMMED READY TO PUT ON, AT lYEcROBERTS STAUG'S Druggists and Booksellers, OPERA MOWSE BLOCK, CiTABTFOItt. A Reliable "Condemn these city swindles anyhow," exclaimed a voung man from Juliet. "I don't see what TiMK-KErrcii. Lam-bour- the newspapers print their lying advertise ments for. The othrrday I saw an announce ment of a 'reliable for only $1.60. I sent on my money and if you'd guea a week you couldn't hit what it waa they sent me. It wasn't a watch, nor a clock, nor anything that looked like either. It was simply a little memorandum book, ruled off, to keep your time at work on any certain job. It had 'Reliable Time-Kee- p er' printed on the first page, and a few linn of directions a, to how to set down ycur time. The whole cursed thing wasn't worth rcor'n 5 cents 1" Chicago Herald. Carter' Little Liver Pills are free from all crude and irritable matter. Concentrated medicine only; very small; very easy to take; no pain; no griping; no purging time-keeper' I have received and am still receiving 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 couit-trGive me a trial. H. C. Rupley SI.CJ. RTJPLE1T. y. Wi Hi HIGGINSi DEALER IN Hardware, Irwn' IIiiBBy "i,UKCi ItllllH, y1?' Wheel, More, HorHcrSlioeH, Groceries uraies, ucciiHWKre, Buggy Whips, Cano SIIIIb, HurnesB, Saddles, LANCASTKB AIlVKimsKMEXTS. Stoneware, Cider M Ills. Tjm Corn Shelter, Collars, rnM ua 8U11032 0N LANCAHTKH, Ufflcn D. F. from 8 to 12 l V. KY. over Citltena National Bank. Office hours a. u. and from 1 to S p. v. s. WALTER I JS IS 'JL A w 'J.'. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Woodea Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Eoof- - mg ana Ututenng will have prompt attention. 1IC1I1ILK. bar-keep- LANCASTER, KY. Will practice In Oarrard and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeal Orlice In the Boblnaon block, Houth Hide Public eVjuare. 114-t- y BUHDETT. ATTOKNBYH A.T? X,A."W. HUDDLE M. nUDKTT. & K, UMDERTAKER, AND ENTERPRISE Grocery. A Dealer in Fux-nitrir-e ! . emhrarlaaar wc v j.u.uagouuuime viivapcai io me jfjiieu Jrarler fjRltca. liiuicaNtcr, Kentucky, iiecu io io iare citleH to uiako your purchasea ne Full and complete araortment of Furniture, GEO. D. BURDETT dks -- x g OO.. HAVI fiunniuniiiiij' Brqnmiijryon want, aHicaa any price yon can obtain elsewhere, freight and. Hill 'nrltiifj feeing added, inrm a full nMNortincnt ol CoHIiih, Caves, Shrouds and Robes cinbrjwi uk taaa mc rscw aijic, lmjiu cucap auu expeuHlTe. Ware topeslte St. Attaph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. Lately been Making Extensive Additions To Their Stock a d - e. PHARMACISTS coin.-l'allade- lphia well-dresse- sua-pici- And now have the Best Stock in Cer tral Kentucky. They have Parlor and Bed Room Sets, Carpet. Cane and Penitentiary Chairs, Marble Top, Centre Stand & Ex- tension Tables, Woven Wine, Cot-te- n Top and Hair Folding Bed Lounges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes rind Sofas, and Everything Else Kept in a First-clasFurniture Store. Mat-tresse- s, s Drugs, Books, Stationary Physyclana' presctlptlona areurately.compouoda Also I and Fanoy Article!. JEWBI,EKBfT Largest Stock of W&tcbes. Clocks, Jewelry & SllTerwar Erer brought tn this market. Prices Lovsr the Loweit. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry on short Dotlceand Warranted, Ua reJ (sraiiiihiled Sii;ar I'rleeH. euf-ferer- ." CARTER'S Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-reys, Carriages, Tho largest stock ever in Stanford and tho beat to be found in Central Kentucky, ombracing about twenty five different styles from tbe leading manufacturers in the United Sutes. Persons contemplating buying a vehicle thi m liVER WMm Jersey and Open Spring Wagons. Village Carts, c. Rick ITrarischo and rcllcvo all tho trouble Incident to a bdleus etiito of this system, such as l)ii-tineNausea, Drowairvpts, Dlntri'aa after catlrjr, CUBE has been shown Jn curing d lVnlnthoSldc, Ac. Wbllo their tnoat reuurk-ablotucc- Uenflaehe'.yetCarter'aLlttlo Liver rillaaro equally Aaluablii In Coututlon, curing and preventing th.a annoying complaint, vlillo ihcy alto correct ell d!ord rs of tlio stomach, stlmulato tho Jim and rtgulate tho bowels. Krtn IT they only cured SICK 111 Spring should select tbe same or place their orders at once; for at this season with ordera-ans vehichs are invariably over-ruall manufacturers of if the vehicle wanted is not on handa, it will require from four to eight first-clasn d weeks to obtain it; four weeks being required to make, finish and dry a firat-cla- aa h, suflir t rora this distressing complaint; bnt their joodneaadoe not end hero, and thoaa valu vho onco try them w find theso llttlo pillwilling able In so many wavs that they wlllnot be vrlUwnt them. jjui aner an sick uvbu to do fortu-vatt- Acho they Tronld bo almost priceless to thosa who lr HEAD ACHE job ready for shipment, under the most favorable circumstances. All work sold by me will be found to be such aa I represent them, unlew have been deceived myeelf, and in that event tho purchaser will be fully Call and examine my stock and style, quality and price. I I will do my best to please you-i- n Wide-Awak- e 12-to- Is thobane of so in say Urea that hero Is where we make our great bout, Our plila euro It whllo Others do Dot. You can get as good vehicles from mo and at aa reasonable prices as you can obtain anywhere else and get a guarantee besides that is worthless to you when buying away from home. pectfully, Res- Bcald-beah, J, h, False-measle- s, Ked-gn- Dry-Utte- anVo-tlon- of Carter'! Llttlo Liver 1111 aro very small an very easy to take. One or two pill make a dose. They are strictly vcKetablo and do not gripe or purRs but by their gentle action please all who usethem. InvlalaatiScrtita; flvo for It. Bold by drucgLfta everywhere, or seat by mall. . GEO. D. WBAREWT, JVEfg.'s Aft ., j CAKTKB XEDICITC CO., XTT York, STANFORD, KY, SEfATOU Stmi-McchWntcriorlournal Btwaford, Ky., April 15, 1884 W. P. "WALTON. the peremptory challenges of the Commonwealth in selecting jurors to four Mid the defendant to eight and change the saaaner of the selection to that which preTailsintheU.8. Courts. This bill is oed enough o far as it goes and we trust that the House will follow the Sonata's and pass it, but while they are at it Ohey should reducs the number of causes e for which a juror can be challenged. a man is disquali--Seexisting statute, who has heard or read about the case sad formed an opinion, even though he swears that he can give the defendant a fair trial and thut evidence will change his opinion. The effect of this is to almost prohibit intelligent men from serving as indeed juror, lor a man must be stupid kind form an opinion of some who does not Change from the statement of any case. too, and give inthe law in this respect, telligence a chance. unworthy A city scribbler, be he never so duties, always imagines that for journalistic a city his because he happens to be in weight and importance Tiewaareofmore brains than an editor with ten times the sense who is so "unfortunate" common conn-tr- y as to live in a whaLhc chooses tocall 'recent issue 61 a weekly towns. A published in Louisville, remarks irfth owWile wisdom: "When a country 'logic of editor sits down to write up the result is something stun, the situation,' the could be ning ' If the fellow who wrote it value that bought at his real value, or the could ba dithe Public places on him, and him-,eown high estimate of sced of at bis that would a fortune could be secured Gould's Into dwarf "that of Vuderbilt'a or The Gar nett bill, we have ascertained, cs 3d Un-rtfe- tariff to pay the ordinary expenses of the government and an internal revenue tax to pay the extraordinary expenses, such as pensions, &c. That sounds well enough, but when wo read that the Internal revenue service keeps a standing army of 0,232, whose main duty is to vote the republican ticket, to support the republican machine and draw $5,113,735 in salaries, we are almost ready to say with the Pennsylvania democrats that the system ought to be abolished. The Kentucky Court of Appeals has decided constitutional a law requiring the payment of a poll tax before a citizen shall be entitled to vote at any election in this State, we are gl-- d to note. McDonald mtm he is for a d. The Legislature of Ohio has adjourned Would to God we could write the same about our concern at Frankfort. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS, ad The house passed a bill to authorize Lincoln county to raise money to aid in the construction of railroads through the county. A bill to prevent the spread and introduction of contagious or infectious diseases among the cattle of the State was pa'tod by the House. The Speaker of the Senatn has appointed Senators Burnett, Rigney and D. L. Moore as the Senate committee for the investigation of the methods resorted to in last election for U. S. Senator. The bill authorizing the GoTcrnor, Auditor and Treasurer to fund the open debt of the Slate at five per cent, interest has passed both branches of the Legislature. Considering that Kentucky's credit is about aa good as that of the U. S. this seems to be pretty high interest when we remember that government I per cent, bonds to run 22 years are worth 123J NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. A test vote on the Morrison ba had Joseph Meyer, ol Cincinnati, committed suicide by hanging. It is thought ho was afraid he would be indicted for in the riot. Sheriff John Day, of Morehead, Ky., took a prisoner from sheriff Diwson, of Masvillc,on a Chesapeako A Ohio train, More after beating Dawson severely. troublo is expected. The Mason county Republican Convention opposed Arthur, refused to indorse Commissioner Evans and Congressman Culbertson, and recommended Swope as delegaU at large to the National Convention. The latest Ohio sensation is the separation, by mutual consent, of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Museey. Mr. Mussey is political journalist who a married two years ago, tho youngest, Charles Foster. At daughter of that time Mussey was Gov. Foster's Private Secretary, while the bride was a mere girl. Governor Hoadly, in response to a question from the New York 11VW, gives his political views. He thinks the tariff should not be tinkered, when it is evident the House, Sen ate and President are not in accord. He thinks the main issue is demo-cratireform of republican administrative abuses. He sys Tilden and Payne can carry Ohio on the Ohio platform. well-knowex-Goc 21st inst., for Europe, where thev will join the Rides Young Rutherford party who hare been abroad since last fall and who are at present in Eypt. Mrs. O. Beatty, who has been visiting fiiends in Louisville, returned Friday accompinied by her daughters, Mrs Henry Wtolfork and Miss Bertie Boyle. Prof. I) C. Dudley, Princi- pal, and Col, J. H. Thomas, one of the commissioners of the Deaf and Dumb Institute, were in Frankfort last week in the interest of the Institute referred to Mrs. S. C. Truehcart, of tho Stanford Female College, and about twenty-fiv- e of her young ladies passed through town Sittirday morn ing on an excursion to Shakertown. A sight of tho party made a number of ollege students resolve that none of them should ever become Shakers if they could prevent them. Mr Jo. Haas went to Chicago on Friday to be absent about two weeks. He goes to visit his brother, Mr. Isaac Haas, a prominent business man of the Lake City. Mrs. Jas. Hutching and Miss Mitttie Evans, of Crab Orchard, are the guests of the family of Mr, Owsley Evans. Miss Alma Craig is visiting the family of Dr. C. C. Smith, of Vco, in Madison county. Mrs. Richard Foley returned on Tuesday from a two weeks' absence in Cincinnati and Baltimore. Centre-C- HUSTON VILLE, LINCOLN COUNTT. OANHLLE. BOYLE C0UN7T. Mack Vandevere, charged with killing lf Stephen Carpente, waived an examination and was committed without bail to await the action of the grand fury. Mrs. Nancy Boone Gentry, wife of Reuben Gentry, died in Cincinnati on Thursday, where she had been for several weeks under surgical treatment. Mr. Win. Silliman became the parent of twin boys on Sunday morning. He thinks of naming one of them Easter and the other 8undy in honor of their natal day. bill is to i significance. G. Logan Os May 1, Messrs. Eramett paper, the publication of an evening the called "Uc 2Wn " It HI have to be dispatches and Western Awcc.ated Press Co., which be printed by the Conner Journal n stockholder, but the orwni-xatiowill be a laige ith will be separate and distinct. at the lwotuch excellent newspaper men of the paper is assured bead, the success coming d we shall look forward toils s great anticipation-- . The Conner ith and cheerful even ng that a bright paperhas been long needed in not evidently intimating that the Pod does of it, the loM fill the bill. Come to think bright though ia not a very cheerful paper, it tnay,be. . again announced that Mr. Tilden u the use of "has "positively declined to allow Chicago" and Mr. Hendricks, his name at he is in just arrived from Europe, says that for the presidency. no eenre a candidate like wild The old ticket would have taken years ago.butthe party having fire four the wrong placed upon it by the o commission by Hendricks re nominate Tilden and the arguments in favor of their tben, could not with equal Jour-Wsaj- ad E. Polk Johnson will begin in Louis-Tlll- e """"ci The Iroquois Democratic Club is mak ing special preparation for its annual banquet in April. The Washington Herald, published at Springfield, Ky., by W. T. Ewing, Eq is the latest journalistic venture. Simon, who committed the horrible triple murder at Liconia, X. H., is sentenced to be hinged April 17, 1SS5 Congressman Belford says that either Grant or Blaine will be the republican nominee and that Arthur stands no chance whatever. The reduction in letter postage, it is estimated, win result in a railing ott oi the revenue for the present fiscal year of 6. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is to be presented at the Opera House on the 21st inst. Miss Minnie Foster is the hading lady. The troupe while here will be entertained ai con-don- fail-&g-t- I Sadie, and kept her meanwhile. Tho case of Elias D. Bill, sentenced for four years from Mercer county for murder, was Thursday affirmed by the Court of Appeals. Ball is G4 years old and his victim, Jeflerson Robards, was 72. The long expected bronze statue of Martin Luther ttrrived at Baltimore per steamer Hohenzeilern Friday. It is 11 feet high, weighs more than three tons and will bo unveiled at Washington in May A file at Pensscola, Fla., destroyed the Louisville & Nashville freight depot, Go-la- y Mills, transfer stable, Hoffman House, a presidential possi- a restaurant, two stores, the Masonic build-in- g Joun Sherman bh and several minor buildings. Loss bility is n failure, localities even in his own SG5.000. instructState of Ohio, ignoring liiru and The Committee on pensions has Perhaps his incessant ing for Blaine. a bill providing that dependent blodoy ehirt has disgusted waring of the parents shall only show by competent evithe more decent of hi party. dence that they are without means of supTiiEMt. Sterling Sentinel Democrat was port to enable them to draw pensions for -- o pleased with our article on an editorial their children who were either killed or used it verbatim in its died in the army. excursion that it own columns. Thank. It wasn't copyThe execution of that much-trieand righted and of course a credit was unneces- condemned negro, John Bush, who was sary. to have gone up next Wednesday, at n of has again been postpoccd, another The statement is made that a the Congressmen read nothing and that appeal haviug been filed. A mob will -- hat litlle'thev learn of nairine'eventamnd have to. break his neck it seems, if he is j ever put to death. public opinion, id purely by abiotbtion. Sunday's TtfiiY i it that we never get Monday, when the other Commercial until on the Louisville papers come promptly is not large day of issue? If the force enough to mail the lams ami, increasing 'we will take edition in time for the trains, will lay aa a favor If the managing editor it awhile and mail us aside his dignity for Uen-tyfoone himself. We don't want to wait hours for one of the best papers In tendency the country. Besides, its religious fitted for Sunday readmakes it peculiarly ing. . a A mountain member has introduced Legislature entitled "A bill to bill in the by proimprove the stock of Laurel county males of cattle, hibiting the owners of scrub keep and hogs from runniog at large in paid county." How prohibiting the owners itom running at large can improve stock is probably explained in the body.of the bill. The title gives no clue to trie solution. Tub younger journalist of Louiuville have formed a Press Club for the purpose of bringing the members of the proleesion into closer personal relations, to elevate the calling and to extend aid to those in need, who may be found worthy. The move is a most commendable one and the wonder is that it was not made long ago. is about settled that the Legislature is to adjourn on the 25th to meet again Dec. 31st next. Considering the patent fact that it has done nothing ho far and is likely to do nothing this eeseion but draw pay for about 120 days, the country should be thankful for even that short breathing spell. . Wrrii Rutherford B. Hajs as school commissioner of his township and Luke P. Blackburn as overseer of a road, the eternal fitness of things is fully exemplified. The old Oovernor whs on Saturday made surveyor of a road in Jeflerson county. propnety be used nor. The death of Charles Resde removes the last of tbu great novelists of the Victorian period. Dickens, Thackeray, "George Eliott," Reade. The Berner jury has been aubpomaed to appear before the grand jury at Cincinnati to answer whatever charges may be preferred against it. Thieves entered a room in the Crow House, at Catletteburg, Ky., occupied by G Floyd county timbermen, and secured $350 in cash and $000 in checks. It is ascertained that the defalcation of the Casbierof the suspended First National Bank of Monmouth, 111., amounts to $250,000. He is still in successful bid- inB- . a ' Serious charges have been forwardrtl on Banking and Currenny-agsin- st Comptroller Knor, in connection with the Pacific Bank, of Bos-to' ' , Virginia politicians are stirred up over a reported visit of Senator Riddleber-ge- i and other resdjulera to Mr. Blnine, and an arrangement to give him Virginia's vole. The Ohio Lgislature has passed a bill repealing the local option feature of the Scott law, and so amending the latter aa to provide for the payment of the tax. Sixteen bodies have been recovered from the Pocahontas mine. Only six were recognizable by their clothing. Horrible scenes were presented of dismembered human remains. Atlanta, Ga., had the only legal hangings Friday; George Hill who chopped a comrade's head to pieces with an ax, and Jerry Marshall, who murdered his to the House Committee semi-annuthree-year-old n. child. Sadie Clenahan, of Lewistown, Pa. was imprisoned, in chains, for seven weeks, by her married lover, who says he was about to get a divorce in order to marry It at Gilcher's Hotel. While playing near a corn crusher, son of Mr. W. S. Oscar, a Lyne, of this county, got his foot entangled in the machinery and it was cut completely off from the top of the instep through. The catalogues for Bruc A Harlan's great combination horse sale are now in Many persons in distant circulation. counties have lent for them, one among many indications that tho sale which is to take place on 26th inst. will be wll attended. John Lamden, who says he is from Mercer county, was committed to jail for further trial, on Friday, on a charge of obtaining small sums of money from ne groes on false pretense. He does not look like a criminal, and attributes any wrong doing on his part to whisky. His bond has been fixed at $50. An insane man who geve the name of Dennis Hartigan was put in jail on Sunday evening for sale keeping. He appeared at the house of Mr. Wm. Tarkington I J miles on the Sbalertown pike about 2 Mrs. Dr Newlaml, of Dsnvillc, i here o'clock and said that two men, Peter Ciw- dstuhtor, Mr Ja. Tsvlor el and Wm. Wall, had been following him on a vhiI to hr Iil. Twid"U is with her tunllier, Mi all tho way from Newport, pointing guns Mrs Johnston, in Biyle Mrs Lna ( .ok veiling her mother ntir it l.im -- ml trvinir to kill hill). He was ilslp Owens) Misses Annie and Mnrv brought to town by Mr. Martin. Your McKinney by M iVvton correspondent saw him in jiil where he Brown, of Stanford, escorted her last Fri paid a living visit tn friends nve the name as above staled and said dy. Dr. Le F Huflnian Is here on a further that he waB a stove moulder by yisit to his wif who has been for some j trade and woiked last in Harry Moore's timeseckinc recnrerition in our pnrp at-- i society 'Squire L foundry at Newport, that Peter Cowel niospher and moral fj B Adams has been takine the census and Wm. Walls and himself boarded with the children of school age in tins district, t in Tnl.r. Prnnt ......... - NfWIIOlt- snd Is surprised to Mscover that his own uu.... l!iinl.-o- n .. - and that he had walked all the war from j fsmilr will prohnhly constitute a "worklne Newport (114 miles) since morning. He mjoritv" in anv posible school for severhs well obeyed one comdoes not look like a drinking man, says he al ypsrs He the first of the name. mand civen to is 34 years old, is well and comfortably dressed, his clothing being eubHantial and i clean aud of the quality and Usluon usual ly worn by men following his occupation. Letters received by friends of E S THE DKL'GGIST, Messick locate him at Iligbee, Colorado, where he has made investments in sheep - and cattle ranencs. He thinks the half has not been told of that portion of the West as a stock raising country. Mr. Mes-sicllu Juit recelrnl a nice lot of may not return until late this coming fall. Mr. Mont Schoffen, who recently graduated at the Louisville ichool of Pharmacy, has through the kind offices of his SUCH IS friend, Major J, P. McGrorty, of Demmc, lead-i- r New Mexico.obtained a situation in a OrangoB, Lomons and Bananas. e in that flourishing city and ii will leave for his new home with the kind wishes of many friends on Wedne-da- r. A I.HI-KI.oi of FlHiilngTnclilc, Mrs. C. C. Youne. Mrs. R. P, Jacobs, Miss 1'oIch, Lines', Sue Cheek, Mrs. Eugenia Young, of Dan-- , 1LSO ville, Mrs. G. II. Rout and Miss Cornelia I Rout, of Versailles, are In leave on the SAMPLE BOOKS OF WALL PAPER. f-- J. M. Cook lost a valuable cow on Friday, for which he had refused $100. She was apparently well in the morning but soon after was discovered to be bidly swollen as if from clover. No remedy seemed to give any relief. She had had no access to clover. What was the dieeast? The horse show on Saturday was not very brilliant. Some very lino specimens were on the street, notably Crow's Smug gler, Givens' Waterloo and Powell's Ulencoe. Btughman was on hand with his Norman horse, a muscular prodi Several young but very promising gy. horres apcarcd, but the day whs extremely unfavorable for exhibition and the show wis very brief. The mail came in all right on Fridav and the waiting populace received their papers on time. It looks like a small matter, but when the Interior Joljinal, fails to make its appearance our community wears the aspect produceJ by a geueral calamity Should the regular mail prove unreliable, it will become absolutely necw siry to put the pony ex preen again on the The Interior must go through line. Quite a large party of our citizens visited Danville on Friday and remained for the evening sfrvices. The general apa thy which prevails among us was evinced in the cl that so many staid at home. We have een the day when a circus within 12 miles of us would have depopulated our village. But even the circus has cess ed to draw. Its decadence could not be more fully shown than by the fact that neither Dr Brown nor J. W. Hncker Thus one by one our ancient U'ages pass away. The historian of Boyle county is res. necifullv teminded that his annals will bo incomplete and unsatisfactory should he inadvertently admit the nums of Billy Gwinn from the long list of cherished anBilly is a historc character. tiquities Forty years ago Am Barbour conferred on him the meed of immortality through the' psges of the Kndtrbneker Mactzine Lt Billy's monument, then, have a pedestal in the columns of the Aihvnite erected by a kindly hand and decorated by a gent'i-spiri- t Ah-3lla- h 0 0 1 tt Q n,31 o Q 8 F. Peacock HUSTONVIIXE, KY., k 0 FOltEION FKUITS, drug-houe- Ac W. H. TRAYLOR, Aokht Foa TlIK BONANZA tVe hull t the Famous lVanuud GRAIN & FIELD SEED THRESHER, flsirard Counties C1ovr, l W And the Machinery nauiod below, for Lincoln and "IIOXANZA" TIIIIKSillKIt tir . 1'OKTAIII.K K.NUIM-- S . l . limt. . !. Flsi. Traction S iviut-rin viiimivcswu irj "A miu uwh' .iiifjjf uruiioiui. ReliaMB AEHtS Wantfcd. ROBINSON & CO., Richmond, fc,.. I", "'" InJ. W$ ' M? -- i BSyBead "What Borne of Our Boat Parmara and Citizens of Lincoln and Garrard Say; ihunderj!nnidcUUenso( Lincoln snd (larrsrd, do certlly llin we Ime hadweour wheat gle great r.ngl.ie, and and tl.rl!e.l wttli toblnaon A Co.'. New lU.aanu (Jralnclean,Seed Thrasher andRood had. .ml separates a. work It did for us. It turesue cril lor ft. rm $ d Lex-Jngto- two-tuird- to tho Itonania Thresher and Englnagiltfn.lir Boblnsor. endorse wh.t the farmeraa.y In and It chmond. Indiana, and said hereby W. H.TH.AYLOB, their Auent. WonSre ce sple,,JMIr with the Bonani Thresher, and It ground qu to. lot or whea't threshedsee It. SlgneJ: J. K lirrls, llultilo Mllli, Stanford, e often cut up like and c'eaii-n- ot A r vv rard y t,1,ir patroDe,ndWm ,eTothoWwho up with aboya iianiel Ibat expect tobuy that I will take Rtrat p ea.ure In fltttnB youon hand th supply ot printed dnerr. matter a that tTerythlnn Is In perlect working order. I hare whlcvS III any one addressing me at Stanford, Lincoln County, Kr. . TItA 1 LOIC, Yours, my truly, II'. iitMiu t . i wa Semt-SSHceh- ln Inferior! wmral A mo lot of ahlpstufT at Ilright A Cur- - Fhesu era'. fich this evening at S. S. My. Miter LETTER FROM FRANKFORT, ntet ior tin. Journal: Stanford, Ky., t o the Senate resolution to adjourn April 25, to an extra setsion next but added Zkuileu lino.' Philadelphia, shoes and mi amendment or Iwa in winter, the Senate l, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. which slippers for ladies, the finest and most styl- refused to concur. And so it stands. A 12 to r. w. Mill trln going North Mouth ... IMr.u. forThe celebratedat one dollar "Pearl Shirt" ish made, at SLPojverH". coulerence committee has been pointed, Ly tie'. 101 a.m. Express train" South ltobt. 8 ninety cent m.. hut it U not probable that there will be an " HOrh ............... ... 1 N A.M. We havo the largest line of hemp, cot- adjournment before the 10th or 15th of An elegant line of ladies and gents' fine, ton, yarn and Brtisseln carpets ever shown May. There will be a big circus here May The slate It calculated on standard Unit, Holir time It about 20 minute faster. custum made shoes, just received by Ed- - in this market. Edraiston A Owsley, t 10, the democratic State convention May 7tli und if those weights wont hold the Genmiaton A Owsley. t LOCAL NOTICES. eral Assembly level, what will? RELIGIOUS. B II. BllANKHhni received his stock of The resolution to investigate the charge Buy Paimts of Penny A McAilater. spring and summer goods and his store is The Kentucky State Baptist AbioiIb-tio- n of bribery and corruption in the Senatorial Landhktih garden etda at Mcltoberta chock full of them. Call and examine. J and other election before the Legislature meets at Glasgow May 21. &8laKR hasbeen signed by the Governor and the A revival at the Christian church in The war haa been over 10 years and Sun Speaker of the Senate has appointed his LANonmis Garden 8ed al Penny & McAliatrr's. day night was the nineteenth anniversary Mt Sterling has so far resulted in SO ad- share of the committee. The Speaker of ditions. the House will select his portion of the Jew. Haah Hoc Cholera Cure. Penny of the assassination of President Lincoln. It Is late in the day to ii Dr. E. O. Gutrrant will begin a pro- committee A MnAllater role amenta. Just In. A big line of Carriages, Bug- tracted meeting at the Presbyterian church commence this work and it is calculated to Close your account with Penny ft delay the important measures before the gies, Surreys, liuckboards and Koid Carts by caah or note. next Stturday night. Assembly and end in a fizzle. The investiHiUNi) new Block of etery thin In the and all at bottom figures. Ilright A Ciir-raThe Southern Transylvania Presbytery gation should have been made just after " jewelry line at Petiny A McAllater'a. will meet here Wednesday night. Opening the Senatorial struggle ended. A member j Home, cattle, aheep and poultry jhw. Keau the advertisement of the Ilonanza sermon by Itev. Wm. Davis at 7:30. About of the legislature stated yesterday that one dcr for aale y McKoberta & BlaRC of his fellow members would testify that a and inter-vie20 preachers will be present. Newaliadea of really railed paint' for grain and fieldtecd Thresher, bribe had been offered him by one ol the our enterprising young countryman, The ltev. W. O. Cochran, of Paint candidatts for U S Senator in person. II apring trade at Mclloberta AHliggV. Lick, Ky , is conducting an interexting the whole matter is probed fully and deep Watoiiek, Clocka and Jewelry repaired Mr. W, II.Traylor in regard to one. II and warranted by Penny A McAliater. meeting at the Associate IWformed Presby- enough, some rich developments may be Hum will be received at the Inteiiiok had. I'ok 8ALr, a new upriicht.J. A C. Fiecher terian church in Louisville. From all accounts the afternoon paper piano. Apply at Ixtkhiok Jouanai. of. Jnijknal office for the puichase and reMrs. G Whitley, of Danville, has pre- to be initiated in Louisville the last of this on Lancasmoval of the frame store-roofice'l sented the Baptist church here with n month will be a daisy. It will be pub ih-e- d N'r.W and full Mock of Fuhintr Tackle of ter street, occupied by Peter Ilamton. by the Courier-JoiimCompany and handsome Bible for the pulpit, which is inevery variety just received at Mclioberl A Eaimetl G Logan will have full editorial The adjuster fur the Lancasterhire In- deed ornamental. The gift waa duly ap- charce. E Polk Johnson will be one of preciated by pastor and members. Foil cough, cold, Ac., uw Compound surance Company tettlrd with the theslatr. The Associated Prcs dispatches, By nip White Pine. Put up in 2.rc and 50c ltevlvals are sweeping over the State which have been used under contract by committee without a word, paying bottle. Trial aize 10c. McHobert A them the full amount of the policy, ?S00. of Ohio, where tbuy are perhaps needed the littning will be thrown intn the Sugr. new paper. It will b called "2'Ae 2btrn" ii worse than anywhere. One that lasted M and so Einmetl G will be known hereafter Miu. Tkukiikaht took about 25 oi her PERSONAL. weeks has just closed at Sidney, which re- ns the 'Town Bull " boarders to Bhakertown and High Bridge The Kttnhg 1'orl will hereafter use the Mn. P. M.McKoiiKKTM.of the Internal Saturday and they had a pleasant time, sulted in 425 additions to the Methodist dispatches furnished to the Louisville Com- Church. Revenue Service, ia at home. hack-bon- e notwithstanding their ardor was somewhat Mr. l)up nl. Eld. J. B. Jones, who has labored to mortal the Commercial,the Unsocial since of Mns. It. E. Mann, of Carlisle, I viait. cooled by the dampness of the day. some time earnestly and efficiently in this community bought a big block of stock in the Pout ing her alater, Mr. Will Craig, The ordinance prohibiting swine from for the last two weeks, will probably clone and the material interests of the two paper Mim Jennie Jtotieiu, of liarrodahurj;, running al large on the streets is broken his meeting at the Christian Church to- will be identical, as well as those of the C la vMting her hrother, Prof, lloger. and " The 2Vr." So it will be pull Mil. J. T. CiiAld haa taken the jh1. every day and a councilman hinted to u night. His tflurts have been bleued with Dick pull Harry and the devil lake the yesterday that if the present marshal did the extinguishment of the church debt, the hindermost. lion of clerk in Jvdwiaton A Owaley'a. It is reported that Dr. Gale hat Iccdeied Mrs. lienor NrviuHand MIm Maggie not htep them from running at large, a new addition of nine members to the congregation and a general warming up of the breth hia resignation as Superintendent of the Newland are with lelative at Lancaler one would. Anchorage Aiylum, t0 take eflect May 2d. thin week. The thinl triil of Bishop for the murder ren and sisters. It is thought that Dr. Putey, of LouisThe handsome and crzy little house of ville, formerly of county, will be Mn ItoYEH. Hkazi.ky left a few dsya of tlieSignun woman in Itockcastle, the ago to take a position in a bank at particulars of which most of our readers worship at McKinney was dedicated to the appointed. He ia a man in high standing both in private life and profesionally and Kama. are familiar, ended Saturday at London In Lord by the Presbyterians last Sunday, a belter selection could not be made in the South-Bend Dr. E O Guerrant officiating. His text Mh.T. II. Lr.niH, of the noble army a verdict of acquittal, lhe jury was prinState. Time will demonstrate that Dr. G. was "God is I,ove"and from it he deliver- has been a of cotnpoitor, i viiiiing hia- aimer, Mini cipally from Whitley county. mid maligned ed a most eloquent discourse. There was man. Units his health improve he will Mildred Lewi,. A iiei'Uty U. S. marshal and posse a debt of $240 ou the building at the com- not live six months. Miu. PowKiut, mother ofourntw merThe race lor the democrat!: nomination John McDonald, Green and David mencement of the service, hut the speaker chant, Mr. H. L. Power, arrive! Friday and Frank Mar announced at the close that it had been en- for the Appellate judgeship in the eastern Luttrell. Charles, Wheaten from 1 ronton, 0. district is working up tn a white heat. The tin in Casey county for selling whisky with- tirely paid ofl". The congregation and oth- uinin 6,ht is between Judge Riddle, of EsMk. II. Hockek, of Parkaville. government license. They were tried ers of the community deserve great pra'ue till county, and Judu Iteid, of Montgompawed up yeterday with 14 hand to peel out Boyd at Ibinon and sent to jail at Louisville. fur their liberality towards all religious ery. Judge Laban T. Moore, of near Jellieo. county, is in a good position to become the m undertaking residuary legatee ol them both should thete MimIIkllk HuoiiKflha gotten back Mk. II K Linihey, the General Agent Riddle be a dead luck in tho convention from Cincinnati, where ahe laid in an ele- of the Lancashire Insurance Company, repLAND. STOCK AND CROP. has carried the war into Reid's own county gant line of millinery. resented at this place by J II Pixtou, waa Hams, ridcM, shoulders and Irish po- and the feeling ia already as bitter as wormMkh. J. II. Tuck eh haa gone to viait here Saturday to adjust the Iom on the wood. Tlia convention will probably be relative near Kt. Joe, Mo., and expect to held in Winchester some time in June. which waa promptly doue, the tatoes wanted by T. R. Walton. The winter wheat area in the United Judge Hargh is in good shape to stand ofT be alxent eevrtal month. Company agreeing to pay the full amount Slates is about 27,eQ0,000,nd tte prospects and enj y the fun. He will make his home " Muw Ha. m.ik Penny haa returned of $800. in LouisVille after the expiration of his ii ) of th crop are exrelltnt. from a viait to Danville, and MU lielle eschew politics and The bill to incorporate the Lincoln counbought of W. B. Arnold, term, next August, and D. C. Terhune Tyree from a viait to Lancaster. Building and Ioan Association.seeming of Boyle county, 14 mules two years old make money. His retirement will be a ty grest loss tn the bench, as lie is one of the Mum S. (.'. Tin eiikaiit wis called to to hanic fire in the Senate Mr W. 11. Mil $!K) er head. Horrodburg hardest workers arid best lawyers the 8u Farmdale, Sunday, by a telegram announc ler went down to Frankfort last week and thi spring, at preme C'jurt ever had. The statements that Democrat ing the eriout illness of Mini Lottie Al found telling up primaries he that the committee had failed to reThe good news comes from Delaware, andspent hi time inwere unmitigated lies. len, one of her pupil. convention port it beaue of a olause in it which had the largest pinch growing State in the Whenever he hsd n friend in h race he Miu. ISei.i.k Hkniikhmjn, of Lowell, a iKiiriou acct He remedied that and i safe to far and that helpt-- him, " nv other true mn, but no ha been vmilni: her mother, Mr. Oso. T. got a promie that it should go through at Union, that th crop member of the Court has ver dnn more the jtrosjiect w.t never more promi-in- g McRubert, and Inth of them went up to once of work in the same time, and old Mj. C. F. Burnam nIJ !.u week to the best standing say they have Iswf era enIlrtnilitad yeiterday to vicit Mr. IUttle never The LouUville JWsayt: Mrr. EliztbtPa Divid Fimmons 2110 acre of land, part of countered brighter or quicker local mind. Frith. Hughes, of IJnooln railuir, died n few hi Elkgimien farm on Aret Creek, for Ofiri Judge llirgi sits up until 3 o'clock, Mk J. Wayman, the inlitur of the days sgo of old age. She wut in her eighty-fourt- h $2000cah, or in the morning in cases before bis Court per acre. ISIackKK.I (Kuglamlj Tim, lis ehoitn and has repeatedly worked himelf Into year, and leaves a husband who is Register. hi faith in Kentucky by endiiK hi" ton He is wedded to his profe-sio- n Uincs eighty-on- e of age mid a family of year Sixty six horsts wtre o!d publicly at Hnd to Highland Colony, in Lincoln county. sivs in all sinceriiy thnt it will be a len childruii, six suik and four dnughtcr at Mt.Sterling Friday Tor 518.210. The ureal relief to return to priva'e lifeand Yeoman. some of whom reside in this city. All highest price paid for a single animal wni the practice of the law, free from jwlitics Miu. 0. C. Dunoan, nee Menefee, of and its attendant pack of defamntory were gathered at her bedside during her 51,420 and the lowest 5110 Wayne county, thrown from a hore sleuth-houndIml moments in life. The Cincinnati market is well supplied lat week and for a while wan thought to Mk. Slli Mvkh.", who is just back from with strawberries, new potatoes, new onions, .V inVKBTUKJUISTV be fatnlly Injured. Later report, however, Whitley, county, tells us that Hie clerk there new cabbage, new tomaloe,new asparagr's, any hc is improving, we nre glai' to y. tsM hi tn tint there are no- - pending in green peas, string beau', cucumbers and J. I. HOCKKa. S W. OU ESS, LOCAL MATTERS. that county over 1 100 criminal suits. Tin HUahes, None but millionaires can buy ! Hand corn p'atitrre and corn drills at is a pietty bid showing, considering that them though. Capt. H. T. Bush reports the ale of W. II. Higgina'. there were but 1 1100 voters in the c unity in .McKIXXEY, KY. the last guhtrnalorial election, nearly one the eflVcts of Mr. W. M F.iir as follow: Eiuiitekn dtzen Pearl Shirt oiwned at I lure juitopneil up thla Hotel, indictment to every man. The republicans The home tract of land, 435 acres, near Mt. tliormiKhlr rflttel ami refurnished niter llnK throughout ltobt. 8. LylleV outnumber the democrats two to one there, S.ilem, sold in parcels of 75 t -o acre to with eTerytliltunew, and Tin: largest stock of new good in town which iimr account for the state of aflsir. the heirs at $15 to $35 per atre The 500 Stjlo I Intend to II tin It In Tlnt-Clnsat Edmiston A 0leyV. acres of knob land brought from $1 50 to St.John, N. B., Dec. 16, 1833 -- New $5 per acre, according to condition and lo- Excellent Nlnrnl Wafer on the rciule and Gaiioen seed, New York seed potatoe Home Sewing Machine Co. Gentlemen, those keeking tualthcinnnt find a better retort cality. Thirty-twhead of 800 pound cat- during the Summer. Hecll attention will I and onion cls at T. 11. Walton's. I would say plren to the. wanta of Commercial Men, who will In a swer to yours of the 5th, tle brought $5.04 per cwt ; ytarlings of C49 Ond Uri!eandulceromi todlniiUy their eamplei. the Dominion Centennial Exposi pound weight $20 per headjyoke oxen $121 I.lTery dtaliU.where. of kiln dried, bolted meal that at A I nhall alo fcp a fi I lut bore and Koud turnoutH (in be. ht at all linn, held here October 6lh to 10th, the 50; cons $30 to $30; yearling heifers s just received at Bright A Curran's. 2SlMm JI.1HVRSN. hour. New Home, exhibited by your traveler, F $5 35 per cwt ; sow and pigs $16; horsBros', shoes for Bl spring lot ol Zeigler waa awarded the only premium S. both sexes just received at 8. 11. Shanks'. " for American machine, there being five es from $20 to $170; corn $3 05 to $3.82 per barrel; hay $20 to $22:05 per stack. Other The celebrated Pearl Shirt the best in others and three of Canadian make exhibit-m- properly sold well. Wn aVaBb. It. L. Richards. Judcc of Sewing Ma the market for sale by Edmiston A OwsX GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT ley. chine. Forsslehy Owsley A Severance, BBBBBKaBBBW Bkpk Stanford, Ky. Lancaster. The return to sun lime seems to please mlntake occurred at the A siKUUr.AK everybody except some of the hotel keep John Teater died at hia home on Long Christian church a few nights ago. The Branch, in this county, Sunday, after liners, but they don't count. preacher announced that the funeral of Mr, gering fcveral years with consumption. WBI m' BukBBBBPw Wall Paper, all styles, and a great ma- Charles H. Rochester, Jr., would take place He leaves a wife and family. new paterns, at the Great Bargain Store. ny Dr. Lapsley McKie, of Danville, made on a certain day and everybody was mystiLow prices are the rule. H. L. Powers. Saturday fied as to who it could be. The only man an addrcsi at the Court-housfine ilallton will atand tho prcnent icaton fail to look at the elegant samples who bore that name had been dead a afternoon, in the interest of the Garrard at Tblt Habits In ItlllwlgeTllle at $10 to Inaore a Don't mr i'aIi till weanlnir time. J.len retained lor teuson of Brussels carpels and note the low prices number of years and most of the congrega- Female College and owing to the inclemen money. llama ol wlunera free. Kederlck Dhu Is before purchasing, at 8. L. Powers' New tion knew it. The matter was fully ex-- I cy of the weather only a small crowd watt a brlgni raanogonr Day, who unci uiun uu ", his trall.lng makes " plalnel a dty or two later, when an exami out to hear him. Though the audience It 6 jean old, byDd toi Kuckden, b by Hay fiord Store! Imp. lime He Ii ot Mary Craln. Huckden was got by out of the announcement showed that it was small he secured $7ot in contributions CllfJen,(wlniier ol the great 8t. IedKrrtjtake Am. persons owing us on last year's ac- nation Had the weather been IirdDoncaMtr bukes, I8G3, and as a was dated yeirs ago and had no doubt been for the enterprise. the count, will please cnll immediately and Chamaiue Stakes won the Woodcoto favorable he would doubtless have had a and thHTwo.Tear-oIdbtake- Htukes. the out of Consequence in the leaves of the bible all that time. esttle. Wo need the money. Edmiston A large crowd from whom he would have re- hy i;y MIJdletoQ. Roderick's2d1st dam, Msry by About dam C'ratK, by Knight of St (leorit; Owsley. We can Hlwaya bet on the He thinks the Mulatto; 3d dam t'rublem br huclid: llli daui l'a- ceived a large contribution, a month ago Mr. John F. Cash came in and nam vanannn i) nor- ivrvatiies; am Judge Isaac Sini,eton has been allowtrustees should recure $12,000 before the cerer; lyuam inuuinuuH iy iiiuum;, mii umiu ed $3,257.00 for back pension, lie served said: "I see my time is out and m I am opening session in Sejitemhrr. They have Yloli't bin (Uoldenlock's dam) by Hhark; 8th dim by Chirloifby ll'ank; lOlh as Caplain during the war and richly de- taking so many paper la very common ex- already secured about $S,000 and we think nri'lion, Uth tlaui ljulck's by Dyer'a XHtaiplo; 12lli .l.iiii tv('!ftl: Wth iIaiu cuse) and want to curtail expenses, I beCastaways 3 h dam by Wbynot; Neva. ilam br serves thi8Binount.--LI-anca!t- er $5,000 moro could be easily recured by uni ilmiItelhcll's Kmalniare. Marr (.'rule's Brit dam wss lieve you may stop my Jntkiuoh Jduhhai proper ezertion. Christmas by K'derlck Dhu; "d Imp. Vnnelotto Tjiehe haa been ever since the telephone for the present." We disliko to give up Hd orcll Mn.T. K. Morrow, of Somereet, is bv the. Colonel to Euiilsnd: Overtoil, 6th by Illsck link; Uh waH introduced a Ions as to what to o til a an old patron, but there was no alternative risking at Dr. N. Mays, at this place. Tth ItuNrtby I'mmtomj Sth by Mthn; 9thWalnut; Proph8lh llracaiitba mcesage sent by it. It is suggested there- and his name was marked olT the liVt. Stt- Tom Wherrilt and son, Cla'ide, n turned et ss by Ueulu. 10tl Jenny riplouei- by I'ortnerj 's a fishing and hunting tour Mill tiroyho'ind. 12th 8 houb. iUui by fore that "telepheme" be adopted, since It urday he came Imck and remarking that he Saturday from ltr llsrl; ISlh dim D'Arey's Chestnut in the mountains. They had fine luck and Arabian, 14 li White btrtnl; Hth hl'a Montague is from two Greek words meaning to apeak always liked to keep peaoe in the family, rent back a large number of excellent fish. at a distance. At the same place we will stind our fine Jsck, baniiid us $2 for another year's subscrip- W. M.'Bogle and wife, of Stanford Junction, Sunday with V. H. Wherrilt. Maimiiai. G.T. Helm, of Junction City, tion, After pumping him awhile he let spentTho Presbyterian concregatlon has YOUNG BOWMAN" ! captured John Jocej, the negro suspected the cat out of the big. His wife had threat-ene- l railed Her. W. O.Oooillce.of New Albany, At $8 tol realirng colt til wwntnK lime. to leavo him if he didn't rejulsrribe, Ind., to .become their pastor and he has Mo'nydun isme as hers. Yountr llowmsn it S of the mill robbery, and brought him hero tears old, 15 hands high and was brut by Ueorge He will lake Valilngtfio, of lliij In rennty. Hi waa sired by Friday morning. Yesterday he had his. and he couldn't afford to give up so good accepted the invitation. May Harlot Compromlie. by Tlppanna. lie by examining trial ond the proof of his guilt a woman, Ttiat she l a rensible one, also, charge of the church ome time in upon Henry Claj's Wars lor.he Younu nuwiuao't dam They ' being pretly strong, fie was held for fur- thia little nircumntaiice will show ttud if being shonld congratulate themselves ilnm by I'ionreri K K dam was by Andy Klce; K. so fortuiiatein secininc the lervicrs by Old Wwintr; c g. B. dm by a Msltese jeunet. ther trial in $100 bond, which he failed to Mr. Cash will nlwaya take her advice we of such an accomplished minister and genJt.T.JifM.f.nVNhKLIj, . MHUdgeTlUa, iLy. 2J.3ib are sure he'll ueyet go wrong.' tleman, give and went to jail. A Fkankkoiit, April 14th '84 -- The House Next Saturday will le Hut day at the Gai.k Chilled Plow and Cirn Drill at adand Senate April 15, 1884 rel bargain. T, K. Walton. old Christian church. Go up and get one journment agreed to disagree on the The House passed question. riNK line of garden setds, of every at Wsrren A Mclralfa. nlmost for nothing, BRIGHU -- MAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - .Mill GROCERS -- AND DEALERS IN- - n. w w HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, -- .1. af poor-hous- e lil, INCLUDING THE- - -- J Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE ACENTS FOR Mi-ad- e Pea-bod- - much-persecute- d i ii Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky and Turning Plows, and Hamilton Plows, Sole (. Un-bar- k Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines; poor-boua- e, AIno Agents for ALL AT BED ROCK PRICES. fJ WIN IN NEE - -'- Rich-mun- il s. Of any of the goods named below yon should by all means buy them of Commercial Hotel l- s T. R. WALTON I Corner. Main and Somerset streets, where yon are sure to be TREATED & FAIR LY SQUARELY: o cak-IOA- m $20;-hog- Pre-cot- t, RODERICK BHU! 1. I. - -'' n, )i Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Hope, Can ned Goods, and Fancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Har ness and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, &c., and all at Very Low PRICES. Country Produce Wanted. m-Jfj- l Stmi-- a 5ttchInInfcrioronrnaI - - WEST Stanford, Ky., The April 15. 18S4 K AZ.KX. ANDBIIHON- .When Federal Aid Will Go. 1'owerol the Oenerallve Urtans; Only 5 Per Oent. Above Cost & Oarriagp. ! . ... . .. . m p . . " iwtiu. UANVILLK. KT.. The total amount which will be received Direre laaiar. nuence ol vouthful lniDruHene i Will This Is something that has nerer been done by any And feel, the best alone, the eirwaut mature.1 years, such TraJMark. by the New England States under the retail store and will certainly astonish everybody eoanl This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and as In darkness tolling through. universal lassitude, la in in tbe when they oil and examine my goods and find tramps not to trespass on our Unda without Blair bill for educational purposes is Illmnea of Vistula, 1'rema-lur- e We hear the whispered tone, out my prices. This is uo humbug and to prove as ill suiti acts are liable to be procecuted bMK. Old Ak. and many other disthat I am In earnest, please call and examine my to the full extent of the law. This is less than the amount relie atrong and brave and true." ease that lead to Insanity r Constock. 23 per cent. In cash saved by all who will Stanto-Ky., March 17th. 1MI. (9lne.l 1 surges "Strong" tho' the midnight sumption. In all rasoeol Keinsle patronlzs me. I'Wm remember that I sell strict I). McKlltrlck ceived by tiny Southern State except West Gus A W. I. McCormack, Weakness the Hpeclac acU like a ly tor cash or Ito.f.ivalent. Highest market price II. T. Hush, ,. Would sweep ui from the way .. ... fiicure in iti ItuckcastU a. Itlshop, iarienicr. chsnu, reatorln Iom or fading vl. Virginia, which will have $1,000,000, and !a!d tor all kinds ! . ounlrr rirodt.ee. Held, C. Cui.i. Collee-1Irt. Col.l., "Brave" 'mid the toll and tumult, or, Klrltu to the eye a brilliant specialty All penous Indebted to me wll! please come forLevi Hubble, Georgia whose share is $960,000. Florida, to tbacheek amlsparkllnc That meet us evry day. ward at once anl , ly ott their acoojuts, a.s I need lllKKins Kelly F. 1). Uhode, therosy blooom ornealtb. IS ti A J K. caver, the funds. Thanks for past favors. Kespevtlully, takes the lead with $0,210,000. Under the AfterTikm W. C. JlcCormscs, LBS T, UUPFMAN, And "True," with unquestioning thought, 232-- t esrilerwln's Spetllle Is mM hj all l,. L. M. II. Lytle, at If. .?. JIO iV.l KV.Crab Orchard T. .1. Carter bill Maryland would be entitled to $1,630,-00package, or sli psckaues fjr i. Also by To bend neath the chastening rod, II lllll. J. V. Weaiherford, i m v. mall, poetaire free, on receipt of price t". Vanoy, Ww, llurton, And life our eyes tbo' the shadows, but for the amendment adopted before MTKull particulars lu pamphlet, which will be 0?hrHo,--.V-.oo,..k- e J. A. Harris. T J. 8. Murphy, "To the bearenly bills 01 Ood." mailed free to every applicant. Addrees all comI W. Carter. the bill was pissed, providing that "no J. il. Hill. Nashville, Tenn., March, 1831. HI. Carter. munications to the sole msnufaeturr, "ulrd. "' iM' " dlL.t.r.d when re J. II. McAllsler, money shall be paid out under this act to T J Koslr. MVitn.i JtKitmxK co., J. I. Jonr. A Lhelf Time. KaousCtty, Mo. J. tj. Montgomery. any State or Territory that shall not have I w il sued three T M White. Pold IntiUnford by l'snny A McAllsler aud all Dll. W II PENNY. II. K Marciu. Mrs. J. J. Mobeiiy. Jacks it my stables 3no-lprovided by law a system of free common A prominent minister's wife, who has Druulsta everywhere, iMMjn th.sseaAon, HTANFOHD, KKNTl'CKV schools for all children of school age, with been noting events, sends the Courier Jour6V over Hyihl .S Lvlle's .1 ,,. VAfjUAIIIl2 ! out distinction o( race or color, either in nal tome predictions made five years ago Ilr- - i ... from S loll i ! anl I loir M Aneilhell.sal mlnlsternl neo necemarv the raising or distribution of school reven- by Prof. Grennier, as followe: "From 18S0 I r Stanford Town Lots for Sale. The sire of trotters, roadtlers, and more fancy ues, or in the school facilities afforded."! to 18S7, will be one universal carnival of and l.urn horses than any other stalUnder the law of Maryland a State tax of death. Asia will be depopulated; Europe OLD I ofler for js! privately at low prices and on lion In Kenturkv. will make the sesson of liM Gar. Jt"t- ten cents on the $100 is levied for school nearly so; America will lose 15,000,000 peoOl'Elt h'iih'ri' lour pike, aod nfStsnlofl, directly the Knob Black Hawk very reasnuahle Interms,North rait Iltutta of the Lick miles west will U permllteil loons.rte mare TitH'.X LOTS the SDpurpose and 'this levy 'bring in from ple, iiesidea plagues, we are to have storms city of More thsn half ol them are at me extremely low price or f jo th wsm or til) sirsuisu . wlthlna third of a mile ol the Court llous. and a to Insnre. I'artlnc with tbe mare forfeits the Of this sum, by an and tidal wave?; mountains are to toss their $100,000 to $500,000 He la an excellent breeder and a sure numebr of thru wiihin two.thlrda of a mile of KOSCOE CONKLING! fc flran furnished at tl er nmntl. inejuncuoN .lepoi. eicelltnlly located 'or per- fosl setter express provision of law, $100,000 must go heads through the choicest valleys; naviga sons m;i;i in builne All it the same price or bave rniployuiem at Due rare taken to prevent accidents or eecapee, Louisville. K, Cincinnati. O., and Indlan.wll. for the support exclusively of colored tors will be lost by thousands, owing to the but will not I responsible should any occur tbst point l.1ne."j"f,?-,Hn:,Ducair-TlnS "V'i ,),k" Thee lots are the very best and most laullfiil-l- y I. a let isn I'aninaaa-Nol.- lij schools. In addition to that, there is in capricous dellexures of the magnetic needle $10 to Insure it Mure with Foul rlons. Ilsldwln andiontenletitly situate.! for resident? that Jilsck. with sinsll stsralid two while'!, it LauJa have the school law of the State an express pro. and islands will appear and disappear in Or IU to hold a life policy 03 the colt until five my ever been oflere I tor sale In Stanford, aad 'linen nign, nne msne ami tall, g d !nr int. .f essTjr Miii. nnonmear atn.i llalUI iis iitin Onrana. prices and ami nrck, besulllul Ifauiauwant a mare colt, we Klve powrr ol anv terms are such aa to plare It In the anil lolti- - neafct f.ulll.M exellent shouldsr, Uck Ipilrututnli MJ at prlrrt tod lerras to sull r.r. a mid ocean. All the beast, birds and fishes months ol J. rate, upon vision that all taxes raised for school In la symmetry -- and will rbMrr. Ikd'i gift j0it onli industrious nisti to iku on. nf him spsclal cqjltable terms. I'rlncs them lor a ho.UK. till vou rrt ar guarantee there doesn't Uvea sulllon invii.1 at from the property of colored persons will be diseased; famine and civil strife will will b 1st to Jennets at Slu for a Jennet colt or a They all front upon new atrevta, which have lust a better dlinlllon. anl these ijuilltiri he almost f.vrva.,14 ,riUV, lost Jack colt, a living Jack colt, insured until sli oeen Invariablr Imparts to his pmeny As anevldenre opened, tne orosjeat and best in Stanford. be applied exclusively to the educa destroy most of the human beings left alive months old, 1J5. saust 1 nc soil ts as any in Kentucky Most of that be will produce very f..t hmaes when cruasnl Mares pastured at f 30 per month, and Jennets meianj issj at richas ou kotm msrei is ine isci mat some or his very tion or colored persons. Allnougli the by plague, and finally two years of fire level SI per month. Mares traded beloro brulr no gracing and the very well but a Sir laws of Maryland discriminate in favor of, from 1835 to 1887 will rage with fury in forfeits the contract A lUn held on foallnic time 20 to W feet. water can be had at adeptb of from speediest colls have nothing nf ltul ( Wallacadsru CHESHPEUKE UNO OHIO By. Um rail inr lorerommend tbem Th's conclusive the season. I will give prompt personal attention They will be sold to none but while persons, tbat the seed comes from the sire. rUiineof rather than against the colored school chil- every part of the globe. In 1887 the Star u ius acvumoiouaiioa oi an my patrons A map of thuui can be seen at my office. d he males In tbe land haveproduo 2 LEVI tivnnfjE. dren, the State will not be entitled to a of Bethlehem will reappear in the Cassia- - '34-lcolts by him. " Johnson says, "I if. . tiii.r.Ktt. ed lasthandled more of Mr. Alex colta than any niso, ahelby City. Kt. Nobby's Htanford, Ky. have hare of the $77,000,000 unless the Lsjisla-Jur- e pia's chair, the immediate result being' and Ibey are all last" Mr Wni. DoJJ Uys "no hetUe ruadsurs llva." Mr Uurdom haseae with shall see fit to change the existing universal war and portentioua floods and roslittle handling that Is trotting his mile In JM, school law, Aa the Legislature hu just shipwrecks. North America is again to be KENTUCKY says of CENTHAL 1. 1 U found GLENCOE, snd V I). "no better clois rosilhorses canInnr Inr n " Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Mr. .Vunrs sirs no is loo adjourned, and doee not meet again for two involved in civil war, unless Napoleon of them, and every one a seller." Warren Ilustel's Nobby made a record ol 2 25 and was sold to W. C. "illnoQraHM Route." years, it seems that the State h&a little arises to quell it, but during these terrible The only line runatog The combined Stallion, rslr. Cleveland. Ohio, lor fi.COO. If necssssry Abdallah Olsncoe, will could give numbers of teatlmonlals from the best chance for a share unless the bill be amend- days the Pacific States will be a perfect parnuke the present season horsemen of our csuntry commending Nobby lo PULLMAN HEW 8LEEPIWO & adise of peace compared with the hellish CARS ed in the House. at my stable. J1., mile tbe favorable consideration of all lovers of good from liustonvllle on the borate, but will let the above surSca. Kiaulae etrife that will be waging throughout the Hustonvllle and Liberty the horse, and If you are disposed to give blsu your Known After He is Dead. Well world. The few people that may manage Turnpike Mead, at patronage I wl'l guarantee value received frr your Tallulaa, Oa., Atkil 7. The death-I- f to survive till 1837 will have reason to be Central Kentucky to All Pointi money. Nobby Is br Oarrard Chlaf, be by o Chief, Membrlno i'aymsater, he by North, East. West & Southwest. 910TeINMURE Mambrino. hehebybyimp. Mswaeiigsr. Oarrard Chlel's 'quiet prevailing for several days around thankful." A OIsT. dam, Dollle Dixon, by Frank, g dsm by Aratus, the residence of John Hogao, a white herFast Line Between VMM Money Uu whan the mare proves lo I In foal or is g. g dam ky Hambletonlan, g g. g dam by Kiralfy's "Excelsior," in all its magnifi about five miles from this mit, who lived Nobbv's dam a thorouinbred mare former- - LohImtIHo, niiooniy two months' bandlloxhe cence, will be given in the new Southern ClucluuaU and at CIXCIW'ATI. on a Irtck 10 stcoods slow, and iyowne.1 uy . t, jUMoson, or (larranl county. place, induced Mferal persona to break an 25-- 4 m ilr.IIarre Pope, one of his drivers, says h. could K li. CM Oil. Schedule In Effect March 30, 18JI. ntrance, when they found him lvinir, dead Exposition building, Louisville, beginning Jj.r"'"a' m. 1 aaddle horse and an " waniea to. lie ts a May 12 and continuing three weeks. A extra breeder, his colts turn-rn- g poa the floor, face downward. In Wo. 1, loi naturally gslted and of line sl and style, Ho. 1 No. i Souru-Boi'.ilie was sired he Jn Clnin- - ft l.w u lmm.. t.. . ,. Dally him over a protuberance was felt on stage one hundred feet in width by eighty i. Jli.flll..'. A(.l1l.fc. 1.. nriiiiii iimiiiiiiainn. Dally Ex. bun, Ex. bun in depth, and a seating capacity of 8,000 i..i. ut M -Connecting In same depot with fast the left leg, uncovering which a leather ln. Jo mo's dam by Mambriio Mrsnger. by trains lor 1 00 p ni S 20 are being prepared, which with 100 people Lre. Covington m 2 00 pm .Mambrlno I'aymsster; 1st dsm br Willie li hr pouch was found with $7,500 in greenbacks " Falmouth 9 1.' p m 9 M s in 3 41 pm rorelne r. he lv imn. I.l.tirru Willi. 111..1..:. on tbe stage and an orchestra of 50 picked " Cynthiana ... 10 0" i in 11 10 a u 4 44 pin Slarllght. by Cnerokee. his dam br Imn. (lleLeo of original issues. This discovery adds 10 S.) p a II S4 a in 5 V0 p m Starlit; hl'j dim br Old Woodpex kcr, 2d dam by a I'arla musicians will place this performance Arr. Lexington ' horse11 13 p iu Vi new interest to the situation, a the old nam was rruMiro li p m 6 00 ptr aail.ll a; -Doublehead uninown: J.1 mare, lior- The Diroot Roato toLynohbar , Dan known aheadiof anything of the kind ever eiven. Lre Lx CAO.Ity and Humrd t lOOpu 6 05pm oughbred. thn will man s habits had been tboie ol a miser. I Winchester. Arr alto stand my floe Jack, I M p m 6 91 p ra The Kiralfys will personally superintend ville, Norfolk, Lre. Paris A reliable guard was placed over the 10 3) p til' 2 li p ni . its prjductton, and it is the intention to Arr. Winchester 11 u u iu' J 52 p iu' Vi ,i .wTrfr.s... Vr'iniiw""" tn await the action of the premise Ued bay stallion, foiled IM7S; bred by Charles AU spare no labor or expense to make it the Lre. Winchester ... 2 S7 i m 700 pm On same terms fir mares: will serve Virginia and North Carolina Under a bed was found a Jinnets on Dunn. Mantonl, Ky , Messenter 100pm 3 0J p u prlvatB terms Mc is 1J, hsnds high, brown slrnof Msud Messenger, sired by 20; Marvel, C hi f unrivaled spectacular event of the agr. Arr. Klchmond Pointa. record 2 " Lancaster 9 18pm1 with mealy nose and lor slie, style ami artlon Is old, record, 2 2S, (Ius, in which was found over 500 pounds of " Stantord June record 2 J0i,, For tickets and further Information, 9 48 p ni strictly hard lo bsat. and has proven himself a filth arrlv to belt on heavy track, Abel AtHlallali, Although Hogan had been in Excursion trains will be run upon all mined cold. Kood bre.Wr. USo E. N. 1'OIVKI.I.. trial 2 2I1,, Mangle Mlewart, K gait at 3.yr-ol- d yourneatst ticket offlce, or address roida entering Louisville during the three ho. S, No. 1, No.ll ana other promising oues. the country many years and no one seem Dally Dally W. J. II can, ha.1.,.i! nraalri nf w pfuuuciiuu, una as . W. K. AKKOMM- First dam husle by Aeiillncl, record 2 2v't and Dally. Ex. dun. Ex. Sun. tne races Advertising Agt., ed to know anything about him, jet the Ticket ami the sire of Von Arnlm, 2 I'iJ, sold In ConniUKlorn Agt -occur at the same time, it is predicted thnt Lre. Stanford June 340 W Jfnlu NI., Louisville, Ky KltlKinlor I0,0); Annette, 2 25',, T. A.. 2 2S .: ' IS H discover of such lirge amounts of money oungHentInrl,2Vfl; Mlgnon, 2.27. Vhandlere, Lancaster ... DANVILLE vast crowds of visitors will witness the un9 So a m haA brought up many claimants of close 2 2fi'4, Cs,ul. 2.2M, (irsnd Wenllnel 2 2vjj. Klchmond ll .11 00 8 m 5 M n m Jen I Manager, usual attractions. The wonders and splenj,n'l I'aas'r Ag'l. ' Winchester .. . lirother tl Volunteer, the slreufHt. Ju. 12 00 a in 6 25 a m kindred, ill for the purpose of securing Klchmond. Virginia. Ilsn.2 UJi, (ll(ter,2 17' Alley, t I; Hidlne, dors of "Excelsior" are already famous, Air. iai U..r. o.lly u M p m 7 2 a in citi-ra- n 2 lit',, Hunter. 2 ."'4. Amr,2 20'. Driver the fortune. Hog in was originally a Lre Lexington . II p in p m' 25a m ami a scorn mure lu the 2 .10 i lass and must be seen to be appreciated. , t i7 p ni 2 2J p ml 7 15 a ra Arr 1'arls s 14 of Ocinee CnfsUy, South Oarolina, but i econllllalll, Kilty Kivero, the dsm nflWrllo Lve Winchester (Ilrl, recunl 3 00; record 2 S7, am, why lie c line here and sought such close An electric light company is giving the Arr I'arls 21 P "l 'i0 Rm and thpurandamof Maud Messenger, 2 2n, by Ab. 7 jo P 3J? p mt 2 14 dallah, the sire of Ooldsinlth Maid, 2 II, Ilotallnd, jeclusion has not transpired. 3 S3 citizens of Washington a novel exhibition. Lve 1'arls p in 8 10 a m mi 2 2H,ThornJale,2 22',; Almont, Abdillali i'llot Arr Cynthiana.... 4 00 p to 2 30 p m 8 46 a Last week ten lamp were placed on the i. 1 43 p m' itc, Ac. oo p ni 9 65 am if Covington .. We know of nothing Washington Wiiatwf Luce 6 00 p m 5 is p m,ll 80a i.i Manjfacturers of Third dam by lied J.irket, fslro of tli"daiu of Monument, 1W0 feet high; six Yr t: v? " jwj w Kentucky WIIIiim .' l and thn grnndaiii of Ho So. that is more soul elevating to tbe publisher isuipi on tbe faiuitlisonun 2 Thompson, MAY.SVII.I.K ItHANCir. Institute, 100 ltl Wilkes,bysire ol Phil Sherman Mor- iaTOisVlLLE '& NASmMLlfJRRjgT of a newspaper than to see a man refuse lo feet high, and twelve lamps Comet, by record. 2 21) Doors, NiinIi, ItliiHlH, IV'lndow gan, the sire ol Vermnnt Illack Hiwk. the on the dome "Tfo.SI, Is'o 5J" sire ol take his local paper, and all the time spong- - . mc NoaTll-lloi'.iLilian Allen and miny other trotters, Itod JackDaily Dally vainim, on. THE GREAT et's dsm waaslred by a hslfbrotber to Illack lluirk Ex. Sun. Ex. bun. his neighbor for the reading of il. ty of each lamp is itei uiiin. me capaciing'on and Door FramcM, Mold-Iiir- h, rated at 1,000 candles. nentinei aim Alexander's Alilallali arelmth by "When we ask a man to subscribe for our The light from Krsdyk'a llamblelonlan, the granddro of Maud 2 00 p m the monument in the im- LT? ?OTl,n'!,on S.. 2 W4; Jay.cve-seo- , 2 10; St. Jullen, 2 ll4, Islington 7 23 a iu' 4 .10 pm paper we do ho simply because it make mediate neighborhood is " ??.r.1,- '-: Ac., and is the sire of Dexter, 2 17',; Nettle. 2 iS; S 1.5 n in 8 20 p m Scroll tinw inconsiderable, Arr "flop" from one side of our but a mile ersburg 8 40 a m 3 47 p m our heart "i.uiiiiiiii .itoiri iv naps, z 24 ami iiurty away it is so great that you Caf lisle others, with records of 2 .10 and letter Jlewenger 00 n m fl 07 pm hreast to the other with joj when we hear have no difficulty iu reading Chief was sired by Abdullah Pilot, slreof I'lckard, ,J :l " 7 00 pm lVorlc,Tiirn-iii- B the face of a 2 I8M: Itwl Jim, 3. year-ol- d " i?'""0,"; Maysvllle no 30 a m 7 45 p m record. 2 ?: 1st dam Is him say: "I take more piper.i now than I watch. At that, and ever a to den. Oeorge II. Ihomss, sire of grester dis a 1 nomas, 1 find him seated on some No. 32 .No. 31 ny .tiaiiinrlno Mesienger.slre read," and then tance, shadows are distinctly cast, and the liitUie Work, oft.ewlnskl.2 24 Kmmd dam by Mambrino Lstlr Dally neighbor's doorstep eagerly watching oar streets are sufficiently lighted. Ex. Hun.'nx. Hun. imei,sirooi uwy 'inorn, l IS'-J- wociiroril MamFrom the .1- brino, 2 21'; Mambrino I'atchen nnd others. carriers to get a glimpse at the local page Smithsonian tower the groundsare Lve Msjrsvllie... 3 43 a m 12 00 m Floorlni?, CcllIiif;,1Vcnlh-crbourdliic- ;, Third dam by Imp. N.ipuloon and Kngllsh Hunso " Johnson S 30 a m 12 42 p m ter, Ac. Ilreedrrs will obiorvo th.it Abdallah paper takes it in before theowperof the that you can read ordinary print. " Carlisle 7 21 n iu I 2S p m Is nearly full brother to Maud Messaneer. Mlllersburg 7 41 a in the house. Thero is also an "eternal 47 nm that sold for The light radiated from the Capitol dome DrcNHcd Jiiimhcr 2 20, they have for JI.IKW and grandam; 13,000 last X" X X' X' X s 10 a in 2 0 p m Arr I'arls fall; samn sire and his dam Is in seeing a merchant or mechanic re is so great that the city Without Change and wllli Speed " Lexington. .. J 10 a m 6 00 p m better bre,l than Maud's dsm. He Is a suro foal Unrivaled authorities turne.l " Civlngton .. II :0 a in 3 23 pm gelterand a horieof flun style andcarrlsge. He fusing to advertise in his home paper, and ofl'the gas from 400 -- And other or 500 lamps within will mada tho season of 1SSI nt Charles Ilunn's SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE then consider himself justly entitled to a a certain radius, Falmouth AscomolstinaN'o. 10. iUIIv. lo...,. 2Kmllea from Stanford, on Hush Branch pike, at leaving the streets lighted. Covington 4 45 p m; arrive rnou louisvili k to tiic oso pm, Sin TO IN.HDltKA I.IVINO COI.T. share of the trade which a newspaper No. 9, dally, leave Cvlogton, U 00 a uij arrive CovCongressman Murphy, of Iowa, brings to town. Exchange. No. sav: ington 8am arriveSO. HunJsy only aleave Coving- AU) will stand a , ton a oj am; Falmouth 10 40 m. No. 31, Every man who comes to Congress has Sunday only, leave Falmouth 2 p m; arrlro CovThe worst thing we know about Also Dealers Id only two ideas. The first is that without ington 4 p in. Lexington and Paris No. 8. dally except Sunday, leave Paris 8 20 a m; arrive is his Infamous action in the pro- - himself the Government could rmt .?. 9 10 a ra. No. 55, dally except Sunday, I've , me mumous .electoral iqiii- ceeuingB oi Lexington 4 SO p ra; I7TOINHUKR J.M.Hall aaya he bought the Becond. how shall I best .Note to Passengers arrive I'arls 3 15 p ni. Trains 'or a Ua7i South of Winchester some rauliM In the nelghlorhood where he made a mission. Democrats helped to create the L Woe. 12 an 1 run via Lexington and Paris onlr: secure a BEST f?0UTET0 FLORIDA season and they were good onea and lie has the Noa. I and 11 via either Pari and Winchester or commission, but it was left to republicans reputation of being a good breeder. lu Without Change Paris aud Islington, Address W. O. liV.yff. An editor in Iowa has been fined $250 to count out the lawfully elected President Fast Line Noe. Sard 4 run via Winchester. Stanford, Ky. Call on us or write for prices. Wo keep a Urge SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Can, between and yice President and count in Rutheford for hugging a girl in meeting. "Cheap Cincinnati and Hlohmond, Va , irros. Louisville and Washington, stock and will do oar beet to please you In price InJUceCar. D. C. Through tickets and baggage checked to and quality ot materia!. 8. Hays and Wm, A, Wheeler. Edmunds' enough!" said another of the fraternity any destination nuehod by a railroad. By Messenger Chief; dam by Alcalde, (sire by Ily-Is- s. vile proceeding is tbe worst blot "we once hugged a girl in meeting and it part in the D. F. B. MORSH, W. 11. WIIITTLKSEr, 2 3(': Kolirraa. Dav. 30. At- -. Paaaenger Agent, Trar. Pasa. Agent. DANVILLE PLAN INO MILL CO will make the season 2of3: FanerMr. Lee7 Yeagsr'lj on his record, and bis most bitter enemy has cost us a thousand dollars a year ever 1841 at Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. "I'rovldence Neighborhood," Danville. Ky., at .' : since.". , C.W. SMITH. . wiild not ask for a darker stain. . U. W.FULLKB, t H..M I lnaHl U.- H.tJ.V.M sioio lainrv, I WCU I n 1, iljl, I Danville, Ky. . ' eU$C4t ..IMIPV, H14 e, Beautiful Some Day. When cared overshadow us and we grow weary undo: the burden of ererj day drudgery, when the gray nnd cheerless clouds of monotonous toll hover over us and make us sick at heart; when our eyes are heavy and our hands are tired, nnd our souls moved out in their musings, there is ono thought that comus to us with a grain of comfort, one little gleiun of sunshine truggltng through the pall of glooom tho anticipation of a some da, when we hall be happier, a some day when rest and peace and sweet content shall take the place of pain and sorrow. Ah! that beautiful some day. "Who, of all the busy millions that swarm the earth to day hu not fixed hia eyes on some point in the future where he will find rest and lhappinesa. We have our phantoms, all of us, and some day we hope to overtake them, borne day we hope to achieve our favorite objects and consummate our fond desires. Wc scheme and plan and labor to some appointed end, and the thought that we are coming to it auaUins us when otherwise our weary eouls would shrivel up and die. Some day we think, and toil on, some day we murmer aod unbend our aching backs to cast a longing look ahead. Some day, we sigb, and the sad old world rolls on, bringing hi nearer, even nearer to the last great some day when we shall lay down the burden at the gateway to that grim mystery, on the other aide of which we ell hope to find rest aad peace and joy in Heaven. Thoughts for the abieat, aurfjested while enjoy lnga sunset scene with a mutual friend. 1 will lift up mint eyes to the hills," For the talley Is Mled with tulst, Iu my heirt are thoughts of narrow, Tint strangely ever persist; As lengthening shadows dither, Darkening the doorway and fares, Twilight falls on my soul And sorely the spirit grieves. fur pacl. HE. L. - JS, JASIXS II. ItlcGltEAKY Is a Candidate for Congress In the. Klghth District, subject to the will ol the Democracy, STJGMatKIVW IIOILSK hare rrated thornrner Hotel in Crab Orchard, known aathu Karris llniinii. rrllti.! aiul f.fiirnl.h. ed It and propose to run it In first-clan- s style, glv-In- g special attention to transient ciatom Commercial travelers will llnd splendid sample rooms for the display ol tbelr goods and arrommodatlona to any House In Central Kentucky. I will alto hare charge or the Livery Htable and will keep it supplied with Tast horses and fine turnouts. This will not interfere with my I Civil Engineer and Surveyor, HILLS (i.W, U.KM,. I til , K7. HO.V. A. G. TAIillOTT IsaCnndldatefor Congress In this district to the action of tbo democracy. 'sub-Je- ct away than anything els In this world. Fortunes await the workers absolute!? auro. At onco ad dress Taut: A Co., Augusta, Maine. and "d cents APRI7P rr. a6 cost r fr postagemods, receive box of which will help all, of wittier sex, to more money right CHAIKPO 5 ss at I Fire ! Fire Firo ! ! "7 "I lift up mint eyes to the hills," Our beautiful lilllt in the West, That their eternal splendor May still me of pain and unrest. I watch the rifting cloudlet, Letting tho glory through, Changing their pearly whiteness Into gold and tuniuolse blue. Yet thinking of the anguish That conies to every life. Weary, heart-sicand worn, Tired of the world and its strife, Tired of the long endeavor, To struggle bravely through, With irreverent hands olt' tempted, To rend Clod's veil In two. More tired, perchance of waiting, JACK JOHN It. KI.XAIIII ! I will stnd nir rouriff Jsik, Jack John, at my place, 8 miles Last of tiulord, at ()7 to insure a colt to get up, walk around Its mother and suck No colt, no pay. If the mare Is traded or remor-e- d Irom the neighborhood without satisfying me H j'romiie off lot from Jay qfthljuilmtnl that she is not In foal, the svaon Is due, lie la 7 and uM no.Vuth fo A iuui;itijyj(0) aiyi lime. years old, past, black with mealy cose and Is about IS bands high. Call and see his colts. Write to him or call on him at Lancaster, Ky. eels great anxiety for the people of Stanford and Lincoln county and promises to do the fair thing As I shall CO' tlnueto keen a lull Una if th lm.1 or them If they will injure with him In cither Furniture and le ready at all times to serve those The London A Lancashire Insurance Co., of needing my services In the other rspselty Liverpool, whose asset nre f j,'ii,ooo, or STEI'llENS. 2t3-,liiTheUoyal. of Liverpool, assets IM,!W7.I7I, or c'rab Orchard Ky The Lancashire, of Manchester, assets orer I Furniture and Undertakers Trado, J. II. ft MYERS HOTELi STANFORD. KY. - Tt..... SW-'is-1 ' m..,ehfr,,,v.,rd'; i i7hKo.n,.,r" S'""'"".""! 'ke the Wn" l "',nk .... 219-3- 1 SILAS AXIfEItSON. ? AT 315 THE SEASON, A 7cr a TvrrnTT"T- A. CAJtKXISVIt, Ok 123 TO IHStllX COLT. 30,000 to 00,000 Ft, of JLnmlinr For Building purposes, to I delivered on my farm (O. W. Alford'sl near MeKlnaey, by tb end f Mar. Persons willing to take the bill in hand will please liiiulr lor particulars and state their 23-- Stanford Female College. E. H. BURNSIDE, STANFORD. KY. With a Full Corps of Teacher, This Institution will open its Thirteenth Seealon on the 2d Monday in September next. ALL THE BRANCHES OT A Propr This Old and Woll - Known Than of toll and strife and din, Tired of doubt and faithlessness, More than of griel and sin. Ahl this weary time of abiding! That all must know, at best, When the lights ami shsdowsbleud That enpurple the glorious West. As eTcning's stillness falls, About us deep and chill, We slide back the heart-cal- ls For light on the beautiful hill, For llghtto the soul so weary, s true, The warm, bright Forgetting in the stillness The band that withholds from view. lore-tint- terms. Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AMD ii!!d5,.;i,h..:,liSh:t it. j,; ui,. ton. ill., urw ninhh nM a Sept.mUr "'--. ' ' ,"on"B-W- e will aUo stand at- .the n. - .. ,.i. wur one l"-- ir iuiiok Jack McKlnney, Ky. Fire.Lightning & Tornado INSURANCE! Seven'First-Qlas- s THOROUGH ENGM3HC0UR3E Are Uutht, Iti Proprietor it Determined that it snail be Seoond to no Country Hotel in the State in iu Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort ef their Quoits. .l.m ds UOSTOff! jj Xtr i.. 111...-.-I tviwn . ... - -i ."." i. mirui tiic. i !'?1i,,hlh. ""loali COLT. i At SlOfori IL- Companies I u well aa DHAW-INO MTJBIC. THE IiANQUAOEB. LOWEST BATES ig2.B AND PAINTING. J. Jf. PHII.Il'N,Aot,HUnhti. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, price range from f 13 to 130 In th regular Dcpartuientj. Primary, JM; Intermediate 30; Preparatojy, f W, and Collegia, ISO. BasiKaie will ks eeartjsd te aadrriHtk free of chares. Npeclal areemaiedatl t CotsassrclalTrarslsrs. Th Bar will 7i..:r w.":''.r;,aI,, nnn"nj. . , . h M' "J "West ... 1. "i.-Vno- . K .J . M 1 !' m. a Ism- - ma 1VU.4 I n'AKKvtRin. alwajs sapsllsd with th ehelrest araads ef LUaer aatl Claars. riiU'aJiho.al, acauarr. iJUHDBTT 1. w. Forgetting lu the stillne-s- , The uplifting of shadowy things, the Heaven When thecloud-rlltal- n O'er earth new glory tlings. Ob! could we always know, The Father leads the way-- lie sends the silent night-timAs well aa the glorious day. SOMETHING NEW. TraJ. Mark. For full particulars, as to Board, Ac.addrcM To the Pinuc: I have established a new system ol bulne in the msrcbantlle line. I wilt HKN. N. C. TKOKHKAKT, PrlBrljsatl, fctanfurd. Lincoln Co., Xy. offer tuy entire stock of goods on and after tbo 1st day of April at an advance of KKRWIX'NNl'KCiriC', The (Jrcut English Rented, for Weak Memo-r- y, Iaim of llraln Tower, Nervous hlhausllon, Memlnal Weakoeaa, Impotency. and (leneral Ijom of mM Raewn, A vw Isapolllvernra ATroilNiJVH ISHyr IJIIOWN, MT. VKHNON, KY. ATIUW, POSTED d, .urrouNisviiAv iLaw. &3MyLzten A;:rMife-- -'r 0, Three Jacks PRINCE lr Drug-flit- s r yr jTrnnX IritlMt . NOBBY IJI-lv- Srsl-cla- -- I. II. ISa Id win y - "WsEl,"tOX,S o., y par-pose- 1 tit cotdest-blooilr- Kentucky's Houte East -- ABDALLAH Shortest Quickest Route Mem-brln- A SOLE) TRAIN lBton, j., I.EXIGTO '". Dlo-me- .' J. I.e. 1 .' .'.. ' Abdallah Messenger! WASHINGTON CITY. . JXToxv Yorh.. proper-authoritie- s. bob Mcelroy, big-lw- rr -- " "' NOBTH-ltOVN- s . 1 111 Ii. ' tfeiitl-nellsfu- 1 PLANING MILL COMPANY 111 HmiMl l7'-4n- n. I Through Trunk Line ., slstrr-ln-hloo- d HOL'TII-noi'.W- I i, ; illu-minat- . Mei-ange fit-ne- 1 Building Material Fariiiing liiimber! SimTH & WEST Lex-Ingt- GOOD MULE JACK 1 MESSENGER tl PRINCE, . .: " ,