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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886120701 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 1886 $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. Tv5iy "vi "" Jftlaw- - $0111 VOL. XIV. Veekhi Ititefiot STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1886. $ mmuiIw NO. 183. GRAND OVERCOAT SALE over-stocke- ! " Several Hundred Overcoats Must be Sold Within the next few Weeks. They were shipped us from an d manufacturer with instructions to sell and sell they must, as we are so crowded with other goods have no room for them. If ybu want an overcoat don't fool your time away looi'ing around for one. Come right to our store where you can see stacked up more Overcoats than are in all the other stores in town put together, and they are elegant tailor made goods, too. We can sell you a good Chinchilla $3, $4 or $5, or an elegant all wool Overcoat for $6, $7 or $8. Elegant custom-cu- t and tailor-seweOvercoats, rough or Smooth, at $10 to $15, worth from $15 to $25. Big assortment of Boys' and Childrens' Overcoats, away under regular prices. Anyone contemplating purchasing an Overcoat will he very unwise not to examine our stock before buying. Oyer-coatjfd - 1 or Wo will receive nlmost a car load of seasonable- Cold Weather Good from Now York Auctions thu week consisting of FlannoU, Liusejra, Canton Flannola, Lidioi and Gents Underwear, Ladies' Gouts' and Childrens' Woolen Hose Ladies', Mtue1 and Childrens' Cloaks, Nowniarkols, Short Wraps, Shawls, Scarfs, Hoods, Mufflers, Ac, &3., all of which will bo closed out with a rush at our usual bewilderingly low prices. About Dec. 15thtwo will open up au ' im racnso line of Dolls and other suitable goods for tho holidays. Au early visit of inspection is solicited from all. THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE, Stmi-rchly$ntmor iii L. POWERS & CO., The only Spot Cash House in Stanford, Town Xot For 8ale ! AsrtprewnUtlTeorUr W. II. Anderson, loiter for tale prlTitely bli neat brick noma nd lot of two arrw on Boinemt Avenue In Htanfonl. The plioe hai all the necessary ImproremenU anil Is t. Terr Ielrabl erne. Call on or addreu me at tiun. ford la regard to U 31, siononEitTs. lOMt NEWFORT NEWS & Popular Originators and Promotors of low Prices for all the people. Journal TucttHHH -- AT i i j it l'ittl(hct Sti Friday l'BU CkNKUM, C.VHII. uoJersloodlf pectod ijjt tn1 UulW-MwIlI- demanded. "' a W. P. WALTON. Kf. To lb Siller of lh laUriir Jauraal As I have not ma anjlhiog from tbia place In the I.NTEiuoit Jovnttxh, I hare conclude! to Rive jour piper a pirtial of llii town and cotintvj Josh Dill county was formal In 18G7 out of par tlooi ol Knox and Uarlin countie, and In 1S71 a put of WMiley county was annexed Ltittr From Flntiillt, J .Hi Bill. Uill couvv it eltuited la the aoulleis.ern corner of the Stat' aoJ ad tint Teaotaiee and VIr;inh. It haa I a p)pal?o ol ib )ut 6.000 pe)pla U itxj maunWlnoui, bat the river and creek bottom; tin- otm aud north aidea of tbe ftiouaulna art very rich. Oj thrie to - 'i rVIf) to and from tlica) polnle. Pinevilln ia Iwprovln vtry rapldlyj several iiew boune are beln(? built, t'qul.e of the KenA L. Mnto, tucky Home of ICrpreantative, ii bnild In? an addition of ten room lo hi already commodious hotel nt ihll placo Ao Kijfllah oompiny have receutlr pur 60.000 to chanel frjia various 75 00O acre of coal and timber Uod in this connty. Mr. C U MM', civil enn.nner, nie juet completed a very handeomi unp of all their lands. T.ie two prisinera who were n'1 ' fe9, fy buillikc. of the moun confined In thecmniy U and who unlock Ida the JLiuilt uin a,l Kr I a11 dnor and walked out have not UiK-birt'- . 70 feel ttbote ttm town. The I l not bern mjap ured up to this due Ine ntinh rmtur-- , jU, a key was of tbolr own moufoturp. Oie,of la a lo h van of HK.ciurt'home and Taken the prUonera, Jom L.e, was in jail, in la atiaaied TheitWdnwldauce the other one wwclnrj; altosthr P.nerllla la very nlca plaoa to- dlnd for murder; L haa baon in jail t"t l wttH lleeln. The pajple of the towi andoua1 mt,d ItUe.oapaln the same way, tr are claw and (eaeroui hearted pjJ- fore anone yeir atnos. IU bai bean In jail a lon ai about pie and are kind to atraoKir tlu.aonly about six month. Tne ller TnU Is me thla I tber mlud their own builnw home ai the abye w'lloh a bl rook ii ald to bo happened to ba away from i iown Hla time the pels ner raide thlrecp.. I ke3 chalQelonU)pofthm)uatalnh ohlldrenoould beesen out n the destroying the pUce. I wife and fxom rolling off and thojftl with uUnt-n- i look rock UP lhr9' bat h i7t hillside around , ovi ea a the o!nln bf wnioh inz for the prinnera. Jmm Johnson, uol ben up t exuatoa the la aa nnole of Andrew Jnhnvw, a i. . ..t.i tohlu:aneJ. Wnot I ese the jailer, young man whoea name ia quite often men ab)at lu a the oW.i I wilUell you all tioned in thla part ot the atate, as wen ai Kentucky , AmonB the Aoa of the cutting off the eupho throuKh the State papeM. I have met ture fjr 1833 wai one of AndrowJohnsonandcan aay that I have . nlou prefix 'Joab,"leavInK the name Inatead of Josh met many wowe and more dangerous loik the county elmply Bell, llyei county wa firat Ina men than he. Andrew Jobneon ... u.n . fnrmerlv. The creek, about 12 milea from of Danville. on Puoket'a nmo. in honor oWo.hu Bell, town. It la no uncommon ining up iu 8wtlt'a aitver mine yy Ky.' Toe fujou Coll'e peep-In- R on 8tralht wav to eee the muule of a 44 Mld lob.lo4led ome where coat aa he walk tbe out below a man'a , mCicek, InlWa ciuniT. in w.-..-railroad, la street or alia around the atove. Some of V Valley Bxahchofthe LAN far M thla the best mea In thf omnty oven go armed looked nd.Jind.if contract aa on d flereni all the time. ...point. Wotk U llD!l.ln Tala U a lootl option countr, bat It is lands a great deal of corn Is grown every yetr Cattle and abeep hve all winter On tbe erase and herbage that la found in the mountains Mil do very well on the mail which rarely evir fal to cou t '. counij it we 1 timber') all kindaof valua- ble tla)brarfl jund here. Toe Camber-harlrer runa throuc'a the county neirlj in a course Itam cut t j wea'. The follow ing are some oi ita tributaries: Jttght Fork, Lift Fork, Owev Fork, Stony Fork, Big Ran, Mr Clear, L'ltle Clear, Brown logs, Ilarra Yellow, Turkey, Blralxh, Greasy and Four mile Creels. Tbe Wildr dcm Turnpike roid runa through the conn tr Pinerille Is the county seat. Toe town la built ou therlgot buik of the Cum berlsad rlrer aa I outline about 300inhnb Hint. Tn (jwolabu'lt In a curve Hoe on the lank of the nver an I h from a qmrfer to a half mile lotw- - The valley ia ii aim tied. very nuM wlere the oirLl7'rjitn enough for tbe one street, or t'ho Wad, whairi'iithriui'h ihe p'ce a,t3Utiliuwn either aide of tne rtvar untl liMvnrbs to tin rxijjht oUbiut 12)9 orl, 301 f3'. Tnr tare nil KsnaMlenr'H litre 'hotel , two bUckwulth auJiH in the phc; etc It wren and iw piynlcitru live here iwj atorjr frame !heeiirfhoim i a t'a Tt d Pinnvllle, and it U thoujbt that the ctra will be running b 6apmber, 1867. ThU railroad will ciiim to bo opened uponine of the floe t veim of In the world. Some of the vein, are m muc'i ai e!?Ht feet thick, eill l cot'; and an abundancs of cinnet c 'l U alto found in thla county Toere have been all klndi of wekher wllbln the JmI week A pereon cm look Oul on the ClJUaUIill sad 1m- aglno hlonelf amjDR the 'lijcktei." Although tbe county Ins a republican mtority of about 300, a diiucoatlc oiualy jude and ouoty clerk were elected laet Au;u.l. Thfi county pollt abiul 1.300 votei There ii a sold echoo! coirg on in town, with a full atte.idaoca Tar htve a (Jttioa Rinday-cbo3- l erery 8 Jndiy onrn in; Twice each month there i pteichlnx to the echool.honee. There la na church building here. Elder Dayall, of the M. E Caurch, and Kldar MMturo, o' the lie formed Caurch, are the piitora Oavall preachea on tbe lib and Maiteraon the 21 Baoday iu each month. Sir. II. F. H.llin puied through '.hie place on hie way to Wadkim' diitillery, in Ilulan entity, where he had been uiigned to duty. Ha ii a cltU.'n of Clay county. The people do not like for a man from an other county to be given all the oflicea in their county. C, W. Luther, of Williami-bur- e, and J. H. Tiojley, of Bubourvllle, wrIn town all olloit week, ensajed in talrtog depositions in the cue of PharU & Wiocbeater va. Cumberland River Luta-bi- r Cj, pandln in the United Slates Court at Loniaville. About $00,000 are in ol ia)2ipiJ aid that nny one can buy whnky or bran HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. dy if he wUhra and will go about it In the Mrs. Carpent'r still lingers; no right iu inner. I hire eiea m drunk men tntiwnyet, bjt mre 8ea aareral that The "cold wave"' haa struck u with a were drnkiu Tho re ii ooe atloou a half vengeance and none is found rash enough a nillo above (Off J, and another four mile to quote the hacknted sentence, "Long may 'n'ow on the S:ato roid. Tbtre h a row of it wave." toaie kind at one or tbe other of these ei Sicca it haa been slated that the courls tabllthmeota nearly every day. "FiaiHE " have settled on $5,000 aa the invariable Pneville, Dec 3. compensation in case of a fatal railroad acOANlfllLE, BOrLE COUN1 1, cident, there ia a marked desire among the married women that their husbands should M. L. Laws and Mis Sir S T. MISSISSIPPI 7AUE7, THC i. Ken l uck) 'a Bonte East voa ii M FOR SAXjjE ! Washington, Philadelphia aad Now York. -- AUD volvedln theiuit Hon. G M.Adams, ilegirterof the Lind Oilico at Frankfort, waa In tiwn Friday. There ia a daily mall line from P.neville to Woodbine, via Birbourville. Dtvid Flunn ruoe from Pioeville to Btrbourville and Maok Ujrton from Htrbiarvilla to Woodbine. They also run a hack to carry peniter tn lre. 'r 'ix' -- bk wli - obtained inatriace licenno on tbe &'.h Inst, 'The Y iun Worker," of the Baptist t church, are prepuidS fjr a musical to be given in a ten daya at tbe Clemens House Mr J.i una Thurman was ibrotfaYoffl a loaded ice wagon this morning and klct- ed by one of tbe honef. Tbe extent of hla iujurlw are not known at this hour There are 20 prisoners In tbe county ill,21 of them moonsbinsra. In tbe workhouse there are 7 captives, all of tbem colored and conQned for trivial offense. A pair of mules hitched to a heavy wagon attempted to run away this morning and before they could be e topped they ran against a buggy belonging to P. II. Idol in front of the Singer Sewing Machine office, and broke one of the ehaftr. The Adams Express Company's wagon goea lo Junction City three times daily to meet train'. They receive and tend all of their freight vis. tbe L. & N. road, the Bai timore & OjIo xprea having superseded them on the Cincinnati Southern. Me-ar-a. C. D. Pnnybtker, of Washing, ton, D 0 , aud W. L Jackson, Jr., of Lou istille, are in town on legal busineai. Mrr. Hcury W. Evans and her infant daughter have gone to Kansas City, where Mr.Evaia is in business. Mr. George W. Erana, Jr , hiM gone also aud will take a poeition aa clerk in hla brother' drug eiore. Miea Mary McKoberta, who has bven in MlwnUrl for cererAl months is expeoted home before t3e holiday h. Cipt. A.H McOrorty is still nuite 111 at his home in tbe east end of town. Mr. Nicholas Z.uiiaer, ol Forlville, Iadiins, has pjrobaed Mr. F. W. Iland-mawholesale 1 q'tor hueinera near the depot He will ehortly remove here with his family. Mr. W.C, Whltthorne hsa i;on to WasbluRton, D 0, to resume his poi tlon as eccrutary to his lather, Sin.tor Whitthurne, of Teune'tet. JIo- will alno at tend low lecturer during the winter. Mrs. J. L. Taylor visited friends in Paris lnet week. Mrs. Mary It Durham, wife of J. Wesley Durham, continues very HI at the Her phyhome of her father, C. B Kui-e- ll sicians tnink some of her aymptoma more (avorabo tule morning. Mr. I. T. Lanier has returned from a brief visit to his old home In Wayne county. Dr E J 'ilckerson went to Stanford enter-taiinienn' - .hrJo pike. Tbe two nsw ttoro-ronand roomi over tame, In Stanford, on aide or Main treet, built by The Udy and gentleman who recently 0 wiley A boa. Sooth tbe brick residence In which AUo shot the rapids and whirlpool at Niagara in 1 am llnow living. Ji Jt. O IVtUiKV, JOI-Btanford, Ky. a barrel would have been deprived of their glory if tbe fool killer had not Badly te Storc-Itooi- n i his appointed duly. Let that impor A valuable 8toek Farm rootalnlus 3tH Acvea iliualod 1 tulle from Crab Orchard on tbe BuntorJ Tho only line running PULLMAN NEW travtl. SLEEPING CARS A SOLID TRAIN Louiaville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Kjv w n nsmugion uity, Ceuaectlne In the same dspot with neg-lec- tint functionary take warning. Tbe article on education la your last iieua bu been read with interest. It ia hoped and expected that tbe writer will continue his discussion of tbe question. Tne theme with which he deals la one of the living iaiues of the times. It lies at the foundation of national progress, proa perjty and perpetuity. Tbe general apathy The call on tbe subject ia unaccountable for enlightened action ia Imperative Toe ice brigade took tbe field in force Monday morning This looks like a want of faith, especially io our latitude, where, reasoning from analogy, we have pretty strong assurances of winter for the next three or ftur months. This, however, Is probably our last season for getting the glacial. Tne thing never has been done here without the aid of whisky, and It will b extremely difUsult to convince tbe operatives that it can be done. The deaths of Andrew Beatie, aged 80 and Wesley Smith are noted in the Somerset Heporttr. The Mississippi Penitentiary and one thousand convicts have been transferred for elx years to tbe Gulf Ship island railroad company, for $20,000 per annum nod ex pensea ITor latent The Direct Koute to Lynchburg. Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia and North Carolina Polnta. The Hayden tin beat la Sta aford, For tickets and further Information, anntr tn In location an I arrangement. Apply to your nearest ticket office or addreu W. W. MonIF. O. WELCH, Q roe, General Aeent, Lexington, Ky . M6SU Stanford, Ky. W. V. WICHITA W, H. W. rOLLER, 2d Vies President. Gen'l Paaa'r Agt. Louiaville, Ky. Fast Trains for Now York. IN STANFORD. Stare-Roo- 11. OfLOQAK COUNry, tia Candfdate or the office of8aperluundent or Public Initructlon, subjset to the Democratic: Utate Convention. I. TAYLOR, For Sate at Bargain. I offer tor sale prlrately In Stanford, Ky., a very dealrable realdenco with teren rorai and porch' Wei) f water at the door; atable, imokehou-e- , Ac. About aa acre of ground In tba lot. For Una, Ac, apply to It. O. A l.FOR D, 163- Agent for J. It. Allord. Concert Grand, Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, 8quare Grand. We are opening the moat carefully selocted, the finest and beat stock or PIANOS ! PIANOS AND ORGANS Crer brought to this city, lirery leatinment Is the prldo of an artist and prlcea range from 10 to 25 percent, lower tuau other dealera ak tor the same gooda. Persona ol musical and art culture are Invited to an Inspection ot thebeautiful, cultivated, reflued tone and artist dealgnsot these celebrated instruments: ES. H. FOX, The Photographer, Tito IaiiTillc. - - - - Ky. Frames Made to Order. Knabc, the Famous Decker & Sou, the Popular Everett and tho Ilcliable Now England Pianos, Tho Celebrated Olonga and Warren and the John Church & Oo. Organs. TYorld-rcnowHcd 'rf . The venerable old chestnut, tho Nsw-t)Craig claim, hsa at last been declded'by the Cbmmi'vioners appointed by the last Legislature. Accarding to their decision Mr Craig gets $10.&f!5, which includes in lerest, and the Auditor wjll have to draw tin warrant for that amount. Michael Htss jumped from the Brook lyn bridge Saturday on u wager of $25. He was taken from tho water, conveyed lo a saloon, and after drinking a quantity of whlskv walked home in wet clothing. This ia gettini: to be so common that after a while it will be hardly worth a line of notice . -- Mlra Lucy M. Arnold, an ancient school teacher in Todd county; accused one of her pupils, a daughter of wealthy pa rents, of stealing $1,000 from ber trunk. ' From Delayed LotUr. Suit for damagoi to the amount of $20,000 -- Tne many frleocia of Mr Cuas. II. Luwas Instituted anil after a noted trial in cie will re rat to lern of hie death which which the finest lawyers of tbe section par occurred on Wednoiday at hla home in was mulcted $1000, Corinton. Mr. Luoia wa. a native uf Iro tlclpattd, Miss Arnold Und, but oame lo Dinvilte with his patents A society recently organlaed in a young when very young and lived here until a few Indies' eetninary, not a great way from Bos yuireagD wuen lie went into the grain und had as Its constitution, "This society is establish to", commission organized for the purpose of having a good Inu at tbe saute litai his family residence time " Suoh honesty is refreshing. inCiyington. Us was an energetio bual A big gopher snake was killed recently nee man and a kind hearlel and popular gentleman Ilia bersaved widow and chil- at Dayton, Fla., in whoee stomicH was dren have the sympathy of our entire com. found a three foot raltleniko atlll alive munlty. Tbe remains will be brought hero The gopher was over fix feet in hntb. (Friday). for burial At tbe end of 1877, 780 telephones exist binlue-slnCinciuu- Pleiuecaumunlcate nd pricea. . IC. JS L,. with us for catalogues, term N JEWCOM3S HTJGJ. MT VERNON, KY. Special attention to tho traveling public. 31. 1 SEWVomt, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. 83-6- ni Or KOSE K. RICUAItD, lteferencea A. B. Penny, Mr. U.M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jamca Beax-leStanfora; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchard; Gen. W. J. Landraiu and Mlia LUxIe Huff-maLancMlT, Ky. post-oulc133-l- J. COOK, Special Ag'ta, Htanford, Ky. y, n, Thti old and Hotel la still main, talnlnglta fine reputation. Charges reaaonabls. well-kno- O. OHIO SL Ma FITJK C01tESCANS ri MISSISSIPPI ! The direct through line and old established route front I W fci Thou ahalt go to HOVItXE'S for all thy Christmas Goods, Iteawn: Bourne has Just received direct from New York City tho nicest and cacunest lot ercr brought to this nock ot the woods. Thou shall buy tho medicines from Bourne lleason: Bourne's goods are pure, Thy life li too valuable to be sacrificed because of Inert rem. edles. Thou shalt marry soon , very soon. ltesiout The goose lone uiirseth this a hard winter, acd Bourue'a toilet articles will make tbeo beautiful above thy lellows. (It thou dost pot desire to marry, thou eorf desire to be enrled because of toy beauty. Thou shalt go hunting and fishing. Bourne hat the materials. Thou shalt hare a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, violin strings, lamps, irames, pictures, mirrors, warranted Iswelry. Bourne has thess and the finest lot of candles vrr brought to Htanford. Thou snalt keep lu mind that Pourne is the cleverest man texcept Lr. Cox) and tbe beetnian to deal with, 'Mioses rrd, violets blue, Bourne's ts tbe place for you. fabakespeare, Iu fact, tbe half o: bis glories and fine goods have not been told thee. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louie and all points in the West. Two (2) Pally Trains from Louisville to 8t. LeUls. Three (S) Pally Trains from Cincinnati to tit, Louis. Only XUhoHiR from Louisville and Cincinnati The Only Lino by whioh you oan got a ThrouRh Slooping Car From Clncluatl todt. Louis. Hr. ,UU' l tboonly lino running ""rough irom LoulsvlllS and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being made up of a combination of small roods. i tout. Louis. V Tllft O IjBB V. HUFFMAN, The Ohio A Mississippi Ballway runs Palatial blepln. Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Par-lCars on day trains; Elegant Day Coacft. es on all tralue. Direct and close concectiooa are made tn UNION DKP0T6 with diverging Hues by thoU, 4 U. Kallway, thus avotiltng troblesome transfers by other routes, .The Ohio 4 Mlululppl Railway Is the only line betwwm Louisville, Cinclanatl and St. Louis under one ttsBagement, running all lu trains through solid and In consequence or Gil f n A . V , l :i r . -- Tbe father of tbe forest" in Tulare county, California, lathe largest tree In the State. It ia 4M) feel hiuh and measure 138 teet around the trunk. It la a cheatnut. The oool wave Wnpn ton girls father w, uvea you to the front door. ed in the United States and at tho end of 1885 there were 325,570 telepl ones and 782 telephonic exchanges. 8C11GEON Office South side Main XJ31ValH, ' BTANFOBD, KT, ,' the A rolling atone gathers no noes but a Pure Myers HoUli Nitrous OxUe Gas aluUlstfriei rolling pin will gather coneidemb'e hair. qnlrel 8tret, two doors . hL , tween those Cities, Apply to ticket Agenu of connecting Haas for lull particulars as to ratoi, tlmo, map, circulars or auy desired information, or ante to UOBT. II, KOJtMAN, Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A M. lt'y, SomefxK, Kr. AV. fl.bliATXUC, JOHN V, BARNABB. Pros, and Gen'l Mau'gr, Gto, Pais. Ag't, ClaclDnall, O. Is recognised First-Cla- u Koulo be- li .K - Kr, i. t,'-- , .L ' s mi lUtlifiOK I 1, 3 rT" ' wWpWBTy W3- - .., .ii....wh,i- - f.ir.vr.-.Tr- y, "tr d being quite a similarity In tho bletslng given to each. Gen. 27, 28 and 89. "It fa not (the election ta not) of htm that wi IN czmsi A number of persons were indicted in etb, nor of htm that runneth, but of God that selling their votes. Laurel for showeth mercy." Born, not of blood Ac. John 1, The snow extended far Into M ailsWppt, IS, Elected to he savid one thlng,betng saved anDdcembar 7, 1880 Stanfoid, 3 inches covering the ground at Grenada. other, JMan made In the Image of God, God intends (has elected) touve htm, thourh man by his free Hon. A. O. Talbolt'd chances for the will may delay Hlru and make the tufca dlffleult p. WALTON! Austrian mission aro considered one. O. A. Porter, millinery, Louisville, has Boa. 9. 15. "For He satth to Moses, I wilt have failed for $10,000 with no assets to speak of. mercy on whom I will have tuercy," Ac. This was President's message, Wsacnd out the not said In connection with Fharaoh. Moses was Flames swept away $10,000,000 worth asking God to make it known that he and the peowhich was dellyeied to Congress yesterday, ot property in the United States and Canaple had found grace in Uts slgnt. Israel had bsen " and was in a position (a guilty poa feat never before performed by a country da the past month. At Brenham, Texas, three negroes were sition) where mercy could be extended, Kb. 6, 21 time nor ip&ce far paper. We have not and S3. 19. Moses had been "charting" Ood. Now taken from the jiil and hung to a convencomment. Let all onr readers peruso it ient tree for murder. as to l'hara oh, Bom. 9, 17 "Eren ior this ,am e purpose lure I raised thee up, that I might ahow carefully. A Boston court has decided that Ben My power In thoe, and that My Name might be Butler is indebted to the Soldiers' Home at declared throughout all the earth," C'.erk of the House of RepresentaThe EXPLAINING THE SCRIPTURES "And I am sure the King of I'rnt will not let that place in the sum of $163,63750. tives claesSBes the members recently elee'ed 19. God knew It foreknew It go-Pennies are so scarce in New York Dear Walton. I will ask you to print you Israel Ex. 3, be delivered. Every time God republicans as follow: Democrats 168; must but they command a premium of five per. the accompanying letter, just received from graciously saved rr that frouthe plagues, Tharsoh'a hasrt 152; independents 4. Counting the vacan-cent, and the rate is expected to advance. my yery dear friend John Woodcock. It is hardened and he resisted, but In spite of all reRhode Island to be filled by a re from I'nin-Cur- or The larse Ohio Steamer, Charles Mor to me a revelation; and I make no apology jected grace-Go- d'e pow,)r wu made known, God publican, and the independents to divide the cause. Cingan, was burned to the water's edge at or publishing what is not a thing of "priequally as is likely the democrats will have could not, but will She was valued at vate interpretation," bat the property of He does notsay Pharaoh re enough for all practical cinnati Saturday night. vlll both ways. not. Pharaoh exercised his a majority of 14, $18,500. the Father's children, everywhere, in virtue "And after that he will let yon a heavy fallinu off from that purposes, but ciofldentlal book of its heayenly origin. Theodore S. with His will. The act ol deliverance showed of the present House. Of the 325 members keeper for Miner T.Amee, a millionaire coal nothing to do Whether my friend may put it in differ only God's power, and could hareit exhibited the 100 of them being only 195 were re elected, merchant of Chicago, is an embezzler to the ent shape, for permanent publication, or with declaring His Name, save as long sufftrldg and lander mercy ot Ood toward the democrats. amount of $100,000. not; this letter, just at it stands, is too valu- obstinate King. UU power then was made known $125,000 to The proposition to subscribe It is reported that the steamship Chan- - able to withhold a single day from the by His delivering the people. Uls Name, Lov- en the capital slock of the loulsviiie oouw-er- dernagor, with 1.200 French troops on many whose hearts will be filled with joy should have been declared throughout all the earth, because He was to patient, and waited on road was carried in Mercer county Sat- board, has foundered during a cyclone and on its perusal, the obdurate King with so much gentleness; with urday by the decisive majority of 464. The that all hands were lost. I can only Fraisa the dear LORD for re so much long suffering and in much tender merer. breasted the public spirited cltUtns who The cold wave is accounted for. Lieut, vealiog to this "little child" of His, altling He had mercy on htm, but the very mercy of blinding snowstorm to advance the inter- A. W. Oreely, the Arctio explorer, is in at Jesns' feet, what the theologians have God hsrdened htm. God was certainly not pi ey-to Him by pretending ing with ests of their county, deserve the highest charge of the Signal Office during the abWe blundered over for age; aye, what loving give him a chance to reform, yet all the ttree Soiuo FJ-a- e Clefchn Klilch bo Belt!, praise, and if the road is located through it sence of Gen. Hazsn. C-- J. souls have longea to see and "died without hardening his heart sohe could sot reform. folle-alnrepaid many fold in into closo once vTcoflcr their ardor will be L. B. Frankel & Co., the oldest mining Bom. 9, 21. "Hath not the potter power over end general advance, firm in Nevada, failed for $915,000. It is the eight." uncreased prospeiily The wondrous ways in which the dear the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel ment. stated that the members of the firm have LORD is bringing out, "for our instruction to honor, and another unto dishonor!" Both children from the infrom the same lump-b- oth skipped with plenty of money. $75 $10.00 upon whom the and of the ages has come," same woman-h- oth The Louisville Commercial, which is elected. Neither "hath restory Congressman Morrison, of Illinois, de so many scriptures, "dark and hard to be sisted His will ' as to election, yet He had row" clined to be sensational, publishes a OO : 1 03.00 Senadined to dine with the Brooklyn Revenue understood," is a blessed sign of the near to make them both with a free will. One uses about an alleged combination between Barno .frs free wllljinto honor, theother uoto dishonor Reform Club, on the ground that one of its approach of the eternal dawn, ushering in his tor Harris, who wants to be governor, ate the treaaur-ehiHewitt made a bit- in the golden day of Jesus' perfect victory Bo He made them, as he bad the power to members 'Mayor-elec- t ry 8outh, who hankers after the sOsjV V mJ tea etsstssss one unto honor, the other unto dishonor, as they A E. Smith, who pines to be ter awault on him and James over the powers of darkness. Come, dear afterwards willed, DU not make the m honorable u 35 3 22.50 The lake vessel Ariadne was wrecked LORD Jfso; come quicklyl Auditor, by which they re to get these ' Erer in and dlohoeorable, bat unto, they being free to story as given on Lake Ontario on Thursday night. CapHis will?" 1 become either. "Who hath resisted 18.00 offices whether or no. The Him. Geo. O. Barnes. No one has to election, for God had Ula Own way fishy flavor, though tain McKay and three of the crew perished. has romewbat of 12.50 Dear Ero.'Barnis: have J uit returned from a la making and electing. Ss the thing formed says Two others were taken ashore unconscious throo week's trip InI the Tennessee there is no telling. mountains, to hlra that formed It "You had your way (will) Tueao Hcetl oho and aa I have heard but little of roil la that ttta e, In making me; I hare not resisted your will, but must by the life saving crew. Under the new law e, Isowor thought I would write too concsrnlng Born. 9 I And I have a will, and lean will to do good or Jesse B. Caldwell, a native of me thus" replying dbplay placard in their establishments On THCHday, McDon at I am tare the Lord has shown It to me, though evil, "why hast thou make to salvation, and then of used may ;not be able to make It pUIn to jou. as i against Ood. You elected me if they use the stuff, "Oleomargarine we will of 7th, Goods, handHemo ald, has bean appointed Deputy Second seelL of eft me free to accept or reject that salvation here," or pay a penally of $50, Eight Note, Toys Auditor of the Treasury, to succeed H. O; , "For whom He ild foreknow, lie bo did preWhy did It not suit your purpMes Just as well? thote pentry nre under arreit at Hartford, Why did you not force me to be saved at once, Ilrnfts floodx, Harman, a republican. Tne salary is destinate," Ac, Rom. 8, 29. Conn., for trying to palm off bull butter Verse SO, "Moreover, whom lie did predestinate, without allowing me any will by which I might Mulllcrti, Nllk UtubreN board- $2,250. Am He also called; and whom He coiled, Hem He reject thla salvation thereby bringing condemna-Ho- n on their innocent and unfortunate etc., Congressman Spriggs, of Utica, N. Y. also futtlfieJ, and ,wuom suf upon myself! "Why did jou make me thus?" Hx JCSTifkd, them He ers for the genuine article, and a long was a candidate for re election. He was alio glorlfled." Now we know He "justifies the Here we have a vessel ol wrath, fitted to destrucfering public unites in hoping that they defeated. The church members were for UKOODLT." "Whom He did foreknow, He did tion by action of bis own free will, charging God will suffer the full penalty of the law. llh K.lnr Ih.nnu ol it. But Ood Willing to him, the saloons against him. He says prausitnaie. do au wno were predettlnated, were foreknown. Now, forcibly It eecmi, He says, mock- - show Ills wrath (which la really an exposition of "We have been electing governors for the that one saloon has more influence thaji OVBB, unom He did predestinate, them He also bis love) endured with much long sunmng me vessels of wrath fitted to destruction (no use encai.lxd; (the called are predestinated, the pred proud old 8tate of Kentucky on sentiment- ten churches. chos-inare foreknown) and vhom He called, them during If there was no hope for them.) Why did Notwithstanding the prevalencs of proal issues that ought never to weigh in this hibition in 115 counties in Georgia, there He otto Justified, (tbeustlfled are called, the call- he endure? Verse 23: "That be might make such an officer. The sentiment hla glory on the vessels or channel, are mora distilleries in operation In that ed are predestinated, the predestinated are fore- known ttte riches of atore prepared-ma- de ready time runs, however, in the proper known.) Bo thejuitlfled, the called, the predestimercy which he had for it seems to be universally conceded that state than ever before, and the greater part nated, are all foreknown, lit "jutttjles Ihi ungodly." beforehand unto glory." Not prepared unto execu- of their product is disposed of in Alltte ungodly, therefore, all tre foreknown, honor and dishonor. Now in speaking here of veswe must have a thoroughly business Ac. sels ol wrath and vessels of mercy, It looks at first old State out of the packages for local consumption. tive, who will lift the V.33, "Who shall lay to the charge readlug as though twe distinct vcsmIs are belrg At Stevenson, Ala., Thursday night, of God's elect!'' Now If anything terrible ruls that she la running in, Ula elect weie tho good, talked about Uutnotso. There are not two dlf AND FHAHMACEUT1STS, James Turner went to the house of Frank holy, righteous, fust, and lived moral Urea according ferent vessels, but the vessels of wrath and of the condemned murderer of Cltjvekius, to the modern Idea of men, then it would not bi merer are th tame. The one vessel may at on to Cirter, and calling him out shot him his cousin, whom he seduced, who is through the breast. Carter, grasping a ri necessary for God to put this query; fjr even m in. ml theuma time be a vessel ol wrath and of h with a dlapoeltloa to complain and "charge" mtrcy. This one has made himself a vewel ot banc in a few days at nicnmona, fle as he fell, fired at Turner, the charge would not charge 32iVX-.I21tfc anything against euch as lead wrath, and the moment be becomes sucn, ne is in etatement in his own behalf, made a weak tassfng effect in his breast also. , good and blameless Utcs. But He Who Juitlflts need of mercy. Become a vessel of wrath by his WIiicn, Musical has sent with other papers and which he The steamship Weeterland, from Ant the ungodly, and Who elected att, knew that when own free action, Ood looks upon him as a vessel IiiNiruciHctiU, who will likely ' petitions to the governor, Werp to Now York, experienced very heavy some of HI poor, weak creatures persist! In lead- ot wrath upon which He can make known tto Tobaccos, Noaps, Oils, demand better reasons for his clemency weather. Oa Nov. 27 her forward deck ing ungodly Ures, that the do goods would "charge riches of UU glory. Bo He has become also a vesthem with evil doing, and In their love for the sel ol mercy. No Judge show s me rcy to tho innoXianips, than the ones giTen. was crushed in by the waves, killing four lav, would eren say "God Is unrighteous' If He cent, for the Innotent will lay at claim to mercy, Gov. McCreARY denies that ho said that seamen and two steerage passengers. A falla to forever damn such bote jacket fellows. To lest by so doing be appoar somewhat guilty, but next number of others were dangerously hurt. "stop the mouths" of such, He aaya "Who shall knowing himself to be wholly Innocent, he deCerro Gordo Williams would be the lay anything, Ac. That every mouth may be mands justice, knowing lhat Justice turns the Goyernor of democratic nominee for stopped, and tho 'trorM msy become guilty guiltless free. Uut the guilty may ask mercy, and Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. We doubted the correctness of the iuJ mv show merer but there must first be beioreuod." AU the world li guilty, they can't The tbemometer was down to ziro at charge." Who can: Not God-- Ue justifies. Not guilt. It must of necessity then, have been a ves-sstatement rcbeu we gave it in our last isout this place last Friday morning. Christ He died that wo be not condemned, To of wrath btf.re It could become a vessel of mersue. The correspondent who sent it mistakenMr. White has moved to the property the question, "Who shall separate us from the cy. And we see God showing His wrath (berobo acknowledges that he was lore of Christ," you koow how us see what bis wrath Is) by telling formerly owned by Mr. Ashley. The latter ply coTcra the wholo ground completely the re- tries to make something that endurcs-a- nd with eren to the men. us that It Is The republican editors of the State have will move to his farm in Madison county tlonlng of things (tins) present or to coins. No inucbJongsullerlDg-thatheHom- ey make known gleo and asCol. J. B. Fish, of Pinoville, was in one then', has a right, or is In a poiltlon to question the riches ol II is glory. Loiks like Ills Lore, been clapping their palms in serting that the democratic majorities for town Friday on business. He returned the the kind of a character God may Jusllfiy, or what doesn't HT Judgment would condemn the vessel st .DEALER I.N- of wrsth fittol to destruction, "but mercy Congressmen in the late election fell to the same day. He is very much pleaaed with God does. 11 Judgment," Jas. 2.1S, Man ;conclous Rom. 9, and 12. "For the children bilog not number of 14.318. The actual pitiful his location. yet born, neither baring done any gaol nor evil, of his own wroug doing, wants to shift tho are 22.794, bad enough, it ia, true, but his own will onto Ood, and domandsol -- List Saturday tho police judge was that the purpose of God, according to election, so about to jail the county judge for dictating might stand, not ol works, but of him that calleth ; Ood to know why be aid not mete mm ue twum passable for an off year. it was said unto her, The elder shall serro the not will to sin. In reading Bom. 9. 10 and li ' to him what decision he ought to havs givwould seem that one newepsper ought younger." Uavlnz eut verse li , ou will notice that the chilbut Editor A. en in a case he had tried. That the purpose of God according to election dren are ignored, and the etatement Is mado to to satisfy any ordinary man, James H. Otter, of Danyille, Is owner might stand. God foreknew what they would do Bebecca "the elder shall serve the younget." But R. Dyche, of tho London Echo, is not that of the town hill again, having purchased it although they had at yet, done neither good or evil. the children being not yet born, neither (or kind of on individual, for he announces Both from Mr. Ashley. He also bought a mare as yet alterwards did wrong (both children), but them) having dons any gooi or evil, that the purneither had done good! 8o then it Is not pose of God might stand, not of wobks. God'a that when thespringtiire comes, gentle Anfrom Gaines Adams for $80. aooo (or erll) "that it (election) niljbt sUnd, not purpose Is going to be carrlot out. Both, being nie, he will start another in Barbourville. Mrs. Watson, of Boone county, is stop- of works," but of God Who fleets. Neither bar-lo- g yet unborn were both elected to a certain thing, done gooi or evil, did not prevent know- and both shall finally accept that thlbg either in Harvey Pash, a negro, is to be hung at ping at W. F. Henderson's. A. M. Decker ing or foreknowing what they tcou'd do. Esau did (long suffering) still Bardstown Friday for murder. Hanging and John H, Alderson, two commercial wrofig in selling his birthright, Jac)b did wrong grace or in Judgment, God tbejudgment. showing bis mercy even Into anything. What men, spent Suuday with us. negroes don't amount to In deceiving his father as to his Identity, They Don't you know when you preach to the people Rev. Hill, evangelist for the Christian are both now sinners (all under sin; all dead), bit the doctrine that all will finally be saved, how is really needed In Kentucky Is the swingthey cry out "dsngerous doctrine," and that it W. B. McKINN EY, ing of a few dczm white murderers, who Church, will preach here on the night of both elected. Their baring botn laid oat elected for a certain purpose, the election came do evil all I Ealesm en. have been able with money and influenco the 11th. There will be prayer meeting at "not of works" lor neither had done good therefore would not be right to save those who Is only lor JOHN BBIUUT, or evil, their lives claiming that salvation dues. the church every Sunday night, conducted though afterwards the works of one may hare been thoee who do good and right? On the question of to cheat the law of its good and pleasing to God. Bo by pure grace, Gol salvation, in one ol its meanings, the argument of Appeals has affirmed the by P. J.Hlatt. The Court of Died, Sunday evening, of diphtheria, foreknew them both, called both, elected both, this class may not be without some resson, but Mel-vl- n life sentence of the midnight assaesln, d son of Justlnod both, knowing all the while Just how they (like the cry la Bomsns) loose sight of the little Jack Lovell, a both would turn out. One tuned to way, Butler, who murdered Macoy In Louiscry Is unrighteous" to even Lovell. His death was a sad accepted and reaped the fruits of the sulfation he election, andthose ouf'Ood not done any good Dc. A. G. y who have finally save ville. This is strange and said to be perfect-lsurprise to everyone. Little Jack was the was elected to. Tho other, saying "what will thing, when here are a lot of us, to attain salvatrue. Butler surely must have been brightest child I ever knew of bis age. He this (birthright, prout me" (replying agilnst God) tion, have been working, running, dc, when without friends or money. way, will be sadly missed by everyone. Dr. and went his own to. falling to accept the Miration God has told them thst the election is not of him was And they that Hill, one of the most thor- Mrs. Lovell have the sympathy of the haSomo electedare elected to offlc?, and don't accept, will willetb, ortorunneth or worketh, tay "He is Hawthorne men "charge" Ood ahd continue State, has whole cammunity. oughly posted journalists in the though they still retain their citlztnsblp, and are unrighteous" it Ho loves the tumoral and eventupurchased a half interest in the Maysvllle Jim Warraz was fined $5 for failure to the governed, whereas tbey might hare be n ally saves them. Esau, by despising his "In Adam nil died " If thers is any foreknow!- Republican and will to thence to edit It and work on 4he county mad. He failed to pay among the governors. birthright, opentd the door for assault, and there !ge as to whether Adam would die, and in him In the fine and was jailed. There ought we wager it will soon become a power to be by later bscame governed by (the servant of all die, then we rely on hla word that "Whom he Pealera Idi11 klna ol more fines imposed than are for violation of Jacob. God foreknowlcg that Esau would sell did foreknow be did predestinate" dc. He coul d tho land. woufd decelro, shows that the not foreknow any hank-er- a the road law. It is a known fact that the out, and that Jacob that did not die, for all died: lTlsHaldlhatLt.Gov. nindman election of both was by grace and not ol works then after the flish.pots of the State Audit- roads of tho county are in a bid condition either good or evil for foreknowledge perceived called he did foreknow all; did predes'.lnate Isall; no all, Justified all, glorlfled all, thcro or's office, but it is likely that he will take and the people should be compelled to that both would turn out unworthy. God does such thought as predestination to destruction, bu t it out in hankering, sines Gen. Hewitt an- work them and make them better. The law notsay "the children not being yet barn Jacob to Justification, glory dc. You may sot be able lo mako anytblcg outrt nounces his intention to stand for the office is all right, but the officers ail to execute have I loved, but Esau have I hated, but He only says "the elder shall serve the younger." This this, the way it is Jumbled together, but it ls'all it. gin There will be a Christmas tree here on statement about love and bate Is not made con- very clear to me. Falcon says in a recent inimitable letter the night of the 24th, Xmas eve night. cerning and has no onnectlon with the "neither We want to go to Stanford in a few data if the any gooi or evil," but that "ho is very tough," an admission that This tree will not only be for those living having done"as It is written, Jscob In tho IS verse) weather improves. Ourdelt and Miller and famibavo I loved, lies Join our little circle in very best wishes and unnecessary seeing his many in town, but for the country people also we nave It, is entirely and Esau have I hated." It waswrltten(Ma!,) much love lor you all. Your Brother in Jtius. and uncallid for attacks on Mr. Barnes, The country folks are especially invited. many years alter their birth when Jacob had been Jno. U. Woodcock. SURBEYS, Lancaster, ec. 3, 1830, from Living- filthfulanl lovely, and Eiau had been unfaithWe expect a good turn-ou- t one of the best men that ever lived. Brodbead. Prepar- ful and unlovely. Bel-v- a ston, Mt. Guthrie and Written long alter Esau bad been appointed his The sad announcement is made that J. P. Simondu during tie ations are being made for a. good time; there Lockwood will not be a cau.lldata for will b Bother attractions besides the iree-mn- sic, poiseislons in Mount Bier, and had "bad perpet- week 1,800 hoa for which he paid 3 t at d blood of the children of ual hatred, and shed the can president in 1888. Dr. Mary Walker &c. Israel by the force ol the aword in the the tlmi cf 4 cents TV lot o st $8 000 R'chuiond U'ool, Needx, now shy her castor Into the ring. Coal, JLumbcr, The following are candidates' for the their calamity," dc, Era. S3, 3. Register Adam sold out, and God hunted blm up and Iisao M.irphv, the colored Am.rlrn employed Ben Butler to pros-ecut- e totn offices to be voted for next Saturday did Thobb has tbo best He could for him In tbo place ho had nod J. W. Miller, for polios his contest for Cirlisle's seat. He E B. Smith put himself. Esau was at perfect freedom to keep jockey, Nine neareet approech we have to judge; Bob Thompson, Tom Proctor and or sell. He thought it moro profitable to sell, and Fred Archer, his annual feaminps belnj-frrcould not have choen a fitter man for the Bob Brook for marshal. We nvi. oiisid- - t"'ftb8rdld the bsst ho could lor hltn, there $10,000 to $15,000 dirty work NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS Snal-8iBteUr8irlerior3mI Ij., -- w. firjt-clas- s er this a very important election In ee lectlng officers we ought to get good men, who will look to the interest of our town aside and execute the law; so let us politics in thiii race. Jack Owens was put in Jul here last night for breaking in and stealing goods from Moe Langford's store on Wednesday about 12 o'clock, Langford tracked him in the snow and found in his possession checks, money, gloves and socks to the amount of about $7. He told Langford that he only went in, to get a pair of boots and could not get a fit, u thought he would take checks and 'money enough to buy a pair. He is certainly elected to the peuetentiary. ly CWldrenGry FOR PITCHEFTS "ttfr-nlckid- " Casforia Centaur Liniment is tho most womlorftil tho world lias ovor known. th-er Mi, CLOAKS ! miut -- hlm-dccel- vlng Iihto llicui ent at litem at g ami In order great re dnctlon: llCleak frerlli " " " " l reduced to " " on p, Jr " 25 Pltuh Sacqucn 20 " hotel-keepe- Jeffer-sonyill- son-in-la- w prices represent a 1h to n and.any In efja prleo Cleak alianld not fall to take advantage or tkeni. Cloaks are also offered at greatly rcdnced prices. display a lino Christum Inst, Including Ktatnary, Urease, Perfumes and Toilet together with n very and Dollflorercry kind, elegant line ef Silk Handkerchief and las, all at lowest prices. ROBERTSON A KOTNAIRO, Danville. g M'ROBERTS, KGISTS - n & STAGG, IN . v., Opera House Block, Paints, Stanford, Ky. Drngs, Chemicals, Hall Paper, Liquor Hooks, Clears, Stationery, Pocket Cutlery, Perfumery, Sfachln Fire Arms, Needle. Ken-tneb- Genuine . O. Suits iiiRiilkallVholeNnle ami v. all retail. sl - w 'iflr j 1 rrjolc-ethanln- fig-ur- rtapen-stblllty- of It mzenfs, Groceries Salt, Lime, Cement, Hardware, Farming Implc Gl ElevatorSj IPiimp, Oicler Mills, &c. three-year-ol- 0l's I h, WOMEN & MENEFEE, -- m Farming Implements and Maehin ery, Ilraj ?ies'? WM m$Mgm 9 Etc. 3 Spring Wagons Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, Ural a, Feed, 4 '" ' i'xi.awni.l i, , I,' U. H. lv' ' i ' y'-trf- -. J", i ill TOfiJ if"' JT tiwwyiiWmm y ,y wiwifPPiHjii-TqJyiinrnwm.lii"y- "fyg'f 'u w 'VfMyaw" y sMiaa' jwjfi - "" ""T'Tf 'ijssu "I'M - - -- wyyuwiwi f..-y- .j $k INTERIOR JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT, STANFORD, KY., DECEMBER THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 7, 1886. tssxmsssmm i I s L 4J l f1 " the principle of granting pensions for ser- nnleM motions to luspend the rule prevent, day of October, 1894, ths bank tent it duplivice aed disability a th result of service, There are a number of special order whlob cate receipt to the office, the orlglnal'beiBfj th allowance of pensions should be restricted re liable to be pushed to the front, among held by the comptroller of th currency, with PRESIDENT CLEVELAND'S SECOND to cases presenting these feature. tht.ni tbe free ship bill, the electoral count, the request that a deposit of 90 per cent, ef ME88AQE TO CONGRESS. "Every patriotic heart," he y, "respond the above amount should be made to retire Oklahoma, Thurraan's railroad bill, the to a tender consideration for tkoso who, havof the army, etc. There are also It circulntioo with the treasurer of .tit ing served their country long aud well, are specially a.slgued measures relating to labor, United Stats agent for the redemption of Ha Devotes One-Thiof th Document t reduced to destitution and despondence, uot and a these are to oncounter the least antag- the nob of tb National bank, and requesta DUoustlnn and Harlan of Oar Foralga a an Incident of their service but with ad- onism, a motion to suspend the rules and ing a cl.tck for the 10 ier cent, difference RelationsFisheries Question HI Refvancing age and misfortune. We are all souslder them may prevail. It is believed Accoidlngly a credit wa placed upon th erence to the Cuttlnc Case. tempted by the contemplation of such a con- that the mouth will lie occupied by the bouse books of the treasurer, as agent for the Nadition to supply relief, and ire often Impa- In tbe consideration of special orders. One tional Unlit, for $90,000, and a check for WAsniNoroif, Dec. fl. President Clevetient of tho limitations of public duty. or two of the appropriation bill will be re- $10,000 mid standing to th.i credit land' message open with the usual surrey Yielding to no one lu the desire, to indulge ported by Saturday, th sundry civil bill of ths I, m, It lu tha five per cent receinptlon forelgu relation, and d of it fund- - in tbU cum $4 this feeling of consideration, I cannot rid being promised by Friday. to the k devoted to a dlsousslon and review of suofa myself of the conviction that if these 'ih amo.jnt of Redeemed note Tho senate will have a number of executive bank relation. Our government, he y, ha are to be relieved, they and tbIr sessions during the next few days for the chaigwl u. tbi account since It was opened maintained It relations of friend-hi- p cause are untitled to the benefit of an enact- purpose of referring presidential nominations I $l,h93. Thn annual erceiitage of such' rement under which rellof may bo claimed a a to committees, and there will be no action demption is 45 83. and It will, therefore, toward all other power, and of neighright, aud that such relief ihould bo granted taken upon them for some time, not until Uks at least tour yeats lie fore the greater borly interest toward tuoe who possesunder the sanction of law, not in evasion of they have been matured in committees and part of tbe notes of the bank will be resions are continuous to our own. Few quesIt; cor should such worthy objects of care, reported bsck to the executive calender. deemed. The smount credited to tha gention hare arisen during the put year with all equally ontitlod, bs remitted to the unSeventy-si- x working days will oIae from eral fuul thu vrettad, stands on the books other government and none of those are be equal operation of sympathy, or the tender the time congress convenes until the term ex- of th trea.urer, s agent, as a credit for the jond the reach of settlement In friendly niercie of social and political influence with pire. After 'deducting two weeks, which redemption nf the notes of tbo banks, and as council Tho cruel treatment of Inoffensive the notes coins lu for redemption they are their uujust discrimination " are usually taken for the holiday, sixty-twmodities. Chinees In the far wast i alluded to and in charged to this account, and the National Of the Pacific railroad debt extenstou working days will lemaliu There are fourNothing can be accomplished, however, in peaking of a remedy, he says Ue para outstanding is decreased by d the direction of this reform, proposition, he says, that congress lu con- teen regular appropriation bills to lie passed bank amount At present, owing unless the tubject mount duty of maintaining public order and appi otched In a patriotic sidering the plan suggested by the secretary before March 4, and na it is not likely that a spirit of devotion to the iuterosU of th en- of tho interior, anl ondor 1 by the board of more than one or two of any will go to the to the rtcti.e huainess, none but mutilated defending tbe interest cf our own people tire country, and with a willingness to yield Kovernment directors, the sole matter which senato before the second week in January, it nous are vnt in for redemption. Porsona may require the adoption of measure of should be taken into accouuturo "the situa- can be seen that little other legislation Is presiutlng these notes for redemption are something for the publlo good. atrictlons, but they should not tolerate the While on the subject of tariff and revenue, tion of the government as a creditor and the likely to be enacted, since any oue of Uie four paid lther by check In New York, or in oppression of Inrlvldual of a special race. the president especially direct the attention surest way to secure tho piyment of the or five appropriation bills may prevoke de- such ri m of currency as may be desired by Discussing the fisheries question, ao long a bate lasting from a week to tan days. It I tbetn. of congress to tho recommendations of the principal and Interest of Its debt." subject of anxious difference between the Of interstate commorco he nays that by the pnrpofco of tho conferees on the part of Tbe Indebtedness on the part of tho treassecretary of the treasury, touching the simUnltod Bute and Great Britain, the presiury created as above described, is no doubt, plification and amendments of the laws re- K recent decision of the supreuw court of the .both bouwn on tho subjsct of Interstate comdent says the question Involved are of grare United States, it ha. been adjuiiged that the merce to got up for cdnsldaratlon tlit result due In legal tenders, b.ut I liquidated in th lating to the oolloctlou of revemiM. consequence, and from time to time, for law of the soveral stittis are inoperative to of their labor before tho holidays. Another manner stated and no attempt is made to reLest space Is devotod to the xllvor question nearly three quarters of a oentury, hare this year than last, but hi opposition to com- regulate rates of transKrtatlou upon rail- view is taken of the outlook of legislation in serve any specific sum of legol tendor, or given rUe to earnest international discus pulsory coiuago Is uo less pronounced. The road, it such regulation interferes with tho tbe face of thu fact that the Ib.:tious are any other form of currency out of tbB geniona, uot unaccompanied by Invitation. diifereuui In the bullion prico of the stand- rate of carriage from one state into another. over, political speochr alt made, url gnu-er- eral treasury balances iu which to pay these Temporary orrangeiueut by trtatiMhare This important fljl'l, of control and reguladesire exist for actual work. constantly accruing liabilities. There was ard dollar, ninety-fou- r nnd erred to allay friction which, howerer, ha on November SO, of thi kind of liability cent, when first coined and Its bullion value, tion having been thus left entirely unoccuTim Sumlrr Civil lllll Cnilted. rerlred as wieh treaty was terminated. adding the five per cent, fund, which, tbeo-ret- h Mvnttty-olgb- t cents, on the 30th of last No- pied, the expediency of Federal action upon Wabhinoto.v, Dec . The While desirous that friendly relations should the subject is unworthy of consideration. ally, is also composed of legal tenders, vember, certainly does uot Indicate, tho presiexist between the people of the Unltod State The total amount Of the relations of labor to capital, the of the house committee on appropriations the um of $71,752,389. dent says, that compulsory coinage by the having in charge tho suimry civil lull has of legal tenders in tbo treasury on tbe same and Canada, the action of Canadian official government onhsuens the priori of the com- president think that "hen those differences completed the measure. during the past season toward our fishermen It appropriates date, exclusive of that held to redeem tbe modity, or secures uniformity In its value. Ho between employer nnd omployed reach such 10,Ou8,8-0which is $13,r.32,0,si lew than the legal tender certificates, which are ued in bos snob, tho president thinks, as to has uu no reason to change the view ex- a stage as to result In the interruption of threaten their continuance, and although tbe bank as reserve in this stead, was pressed a year ago on tho subject of compulcommarce oetneen the states, thu application estimates, f3,fi.'50,tlOiJ less than the appropriadisappoint! in his efforts to secure a sory coinage and ajalu urges Its suipsnsloti thus showing thatthere must be held of nrliltration by the general government tion for the current year, and 2,0s',000 less settlement of the question, negotiathose who toll for dally wage or begin- - on all the grounds contained in his former might hi regarded n entirely within Its con- than tho agprogate of tho appropriations In tbe treasury in some other forms of money tions are still pending with reasonable hojw nlng to understand tbat.capltal, though someThe entire sum recommendation, reinforced by thsslgnlfl-ran- t stitutional powers, and he thinks we might made by tbe bill reiortd to the bouse nt tbe the balance of $05,304,301. that before the do of the present session time vaunting In Ignorance and clamoring I lucivase of our gold exportuttons during rtaonably hopo that such arbitrators, If last session. Fourtwn mmlx'D of tho com- of $94,753,38 may bo said to bo composed of mittee were presentattlie mooting this morn-lu- $39,r48,188 iegni tenders, $33,003,100 gold. of congrens, announcement made be mode for the protection and favor of the govern- the last year and for t f urtbor reasons, that carefully seliK'tml and entitled to the confiAnother meeting will 1m held this after- If the books of the treasury stated accurthat an acceptable conclusion ha been ment, is dull and sluggish, till, touched by the , the more this currency is distributed among dence of the parties affected, would be voreached. ately the balancs due by it as a depository luntarily called to the hettlement of contro- noon, and further progress made in the prepmagical hand,of labor, It springs Into activity, th people the greater become our duty to Alluding to our relations with Hawaii the furnishing on occasion for federal taxation, protect it rrom dlwwter, that wo now have versies of lens extent hnd not necessarily aration of the sundry civil bill. the amounted now reported as a credit balpresident recommend an extension for msren and galtilUj- - the value wnlch enable it to an abundance for all our need nnd that there h itlun tho domain of Poderul regulation. ance would be materially decreased. That year of the reciprocity treaty of 1875, lie twar ita burden. And the laboring man i seem but little propriety In building vault The president recommends as a plain duty THE TUExSUK!:irS REPORT those balances should not be so reported is, urgently renews hit recommendations of thoughtfully inquiring whethsr iu those in tbe opinion of the treasurer, one of the to store such. ctirrnny, when the only pre- on the part of tbe government, the payment legislation to carry Into effect the Mexican greatest defects of the present treasury and due to the tribute ho terms for its coinage is the necessity of it uso of a million and a quarter dollars reciprocity treaty of January, 1853, and pro- continually pays into the publla treasury as by the people as a circulating medium. ANNUAL STATEMENT OFTHE UNITED system. Jsxviitg bank depositors. pose to initiate negotiations with Mexico he supplies hi daily want he recoive--) hi Discussing the question of silvor coinage, The attention of congress is called to the Civil servlcj reform is the last important STATES' FINANCES. after referring to the fact that there are now for a new and enlarged treaty of commerce fair (hare of advantages. great uumW of suits in New York growing topic discussed lu the message Tbe continin circulation f01,701,448 in standard dollar, ami legislation. There I also a abroad that the out of conflicting views by importers and col- ued operation of the civil oorvico law, ho A Comprehensive ltepnrt of the Operathe treasurer say ho thinks that $05,000,000 inferring to the Cutting case, be say the surplus of our revenue- - Indicate abnormal lectors a to the interpretation of our comha added the most convincing proof Incident has dlidoftsl a claim of Jurisdiction and exo ptloual businv. profits, which under plex ami indefinite revenue taw, and an of its necessity ami usefulness. Every public tions of the Trunin ry for tlio Flsral Year is the extreme limit of circulotion which by Mexico, norel in ouo hlitory, wtisreby the sysiem which product- - such surplus, In- amendment of the law Is recommended; but ofllcer who has a just idea of his duty to the Ending June 30, 1880, Furnished to the may bo obtained. It certainly cannot be maintained at that sum when tho new one any offense, committal anywbore by a creases without corrospofidlug benefit to the pending such amendment the present condieop!e testifies to the value of this reform. 1'ress IHItBr Washington News. dollar and two dollar certlcatcs are in full foreigner, pennl in the place of Its commis- people, the vast accumulation of a few tion of this litigation should be relieved, by a Its staunchest friends are found among those Washikotojt, Dec, (. The annual report supply, and a return to th treasury of one-hasion, ami of which a Mexican is the object, among our citizens hIiismi fortunes, rivaling law permitting the appointment of of an ad- who understand it best, and its warmmt sup may, if the offender be found In Mexico, be the wealth of the most favotvd in of the amount of standard dollars now ditional Federal judge in New York where porters are those who are restrained and pro- of Mr. Jordan, treasury of the United Stataj, there tried and punished In conformity with tected by its requirements. The meaning of has been gUeti to the press. Mr. Jordan in circulation must be looked for; and so ha nations, nro uot Die natural growth of tbraecasra hare accumulated, presents a very comprehensive report of the asks whether, If tbe further purchase of silMexican laws. This jurisdiction was sus a steady, plain aud Industrious republic. Of coast defenses aud fortifications, tho such restraint and protection is not appre' tained by the court of Mexico, and approred condition of ciated by those who want place under the oiraUous of the treasury for the fiscal year ver bullion be detonnlnod upon, the coinage Our farmers, too, and those engaged di- president says the dnfons-dtn-a by the executire branch of that govern rectly and Indirectly in supplying the pro- our sea coast and lake frontier are palpable, government regardless of merit or Inolll ended June SO, 1880, and ita condition on that might not cease, and tho sum which it cost and subsequent dates. The net receipts of the saved to tho treasury. Tha amount expended ment, upon the authority .of a Mexican duct of agriculture that day hyday aud, and the work laid out br the board on forti- ciency nor by those who insist that the selecso far upon the colnajo of tha silver dollar, statute. The appellate court, In releasing and as often as the dally wt s u( tiielr fications is delayed in default of congres- tion for such places sboul rest upon a prowr government for tho fiscal year were $3So 9,T-Jthe net expenditure ouslde of ths Mr. Cutting, decided that the abandonment households recur, they are loss and fonvl n piy ex sional action. The absolute necessity of our credential showing active partisan work. The receipts were $13,749,039 waj tai.'.Wt.lSH. the purchase costbulllou,consequent to upon greater and the of of the complaint by the Mexican citizen ag- cessive nnd needless taxation, while their preparation for effectual resistance agatntt They mean to public olllwrs, if not their amounts $4,!MV grieved by the allod crime HMout publi- products struggle in foreign inirkw. with armored shlpi tnd modern steal guns which lives, the) only opportunity afforded them to expenditures were $17,943,706 Jess than last 487. Alt of the cost in excess, say nf tha cost cation), removed the base of further proee-tiomay threaten our sea coast cities is so appa- attend to publlo business, and they mean to year, making an increase in tbe receipts for of tho coinage of tho sum of $75,000,000, repthe competition of nations, which by allowyear over that of 1883, of resent pure loss, and amounts, at two cents and also declared justice to have boen ing a freer exchange of produetm is than we rent that he hops effective steps will be tbe good people of the country tbe better the past The exce&s of tho revenue over exper dollar, the cost of these coins, to $3,433,-40astUfied by the enforcement of a small part permit, enable their people to )ll taken in that direction at once. imrformanco of the work of their governfor prices penditures was $11 ..D5tl,58l). During the year of the original sentence. Thu condition of our navy, a shown by ment. which distress the American farmer The admission of such a pretension, the To add to this loss would seem unnecessary, the secretary of that department, shoul I It is exceedingly strange, the president bonds amounting to the sinking were nnd applied to president eryi-"- , would be attended with ' A every patriotic Itlztm rej nee Iu the challenge tha early atteution of congress. thinks, th.st the scoe and nature of his refund. and the sum could be expended iu the purconstantly increasing prldn of our pope in Treasurer Jordan suggests a revision of chase of tbe silver bullion. serious results, Invasive of the jurisdiction Tha adoption of The production in the United States of armor form are so little understood and that so of the government, and highly dangerous to American cltfrembip aud Iin the glory of our and is a question which it seems many things not included within ita plan are tho method heretofore adopted In making up thu plan would at least have the merit of natural achievement an pro;rji, a the sinking fund by which th- - sinking fund addiug just so much to tbe credit of the ourcltieiis in foreign lands, therefor he ha to Rttle at an early day, If the called by Its name. When cavil yields more provalls that the lo.i Hug string iis.it ul denied It and protested against Ita attempted cliargo for the current year will be $37,410,-45fund. Desidos, the cost to tha governto a nation In Its infancy, tn ly iw vll to a armored war vexKtls are to be completed with fully to examination, the system will have Instead of $49,843,723 uccording to ment for transportation of these coins averexercise, as unwarranted by the principle of tlio-- o materials of home manufacture. large additions to the number of ita friends. great extent discarded In profit sta;is of law and International usage. A sovereign In tha event that the present invitation of Our civil service reform, the presldont pi esent method. Vy the present method tbe ages $1.95 per $1,000, nnd tha cost to the peobss jurisdiction of offenses which take effect American ingenuity, courages an I fearless the depsrttnout for bids to furnish such of ay, may be imperfect in somo of IU de- entire debt of the United States will U re- ple of their return to the treasury averages, and for tho the prlvlle.i of within his territory, although concocted or this material as is now authorized shall fall tails; it may be mUunderttood and opposod; tired by tbe year IH08, and If tha method say $3 54 per $1,000. The average cost of thoseutlinent with true Am-- ri an suggested by Treasurer Jordan is adopted commenced outside of It; but the right i deto and cltlz-m- s are quite, willing to to induco domestic manufacturers to under- it may not always bo faithfully applied; its the debt will be extinguished by the year transportation par tho government of the silnied of any forelgu sovereign to punish a clt-ixver certificate $1,0W U, say fifty cents, forego an Idle surplus In the public treasury, take the 1'irgt) vxendltures required to pre- designs may sometimes miscarry through 1903. of the United State for an offense con-- . At the close of the year tbe United the cost to the pvople, say $1.35, a saving or new pare mistake rata steps for this byinumifarture, nnd no other tremble or willful intent; it may somitimea States bonds held as security for national $3.74 per $1,000; a stroug argument on our soil, In violation of our and all the peoplo know that the a suramated congress at its coming are tnkou in favor under assaults of its anemias or lanlaws, even though the offonse be against a of Federal taxation upon import Is iIon, tho secretary contemplates with guish under the misguided z;al of Impractic- - bank circulation amounted to $ J75.974.S00. a of the issue of such amount of these certifiin time of paco, but llttlo Iom, whilx upon subject or citizen of such sovereign. The durmsc tuo year. cates as the business of the country will perdissathifactlon of obtaining ticable friend, but It thu people of this coun rcuuctiou oi F3o,7u,-iuthe . . m. Mexican statute In question make the claim some articlos of necessary consutnution it is abroad the arms mid the gun-stece!1V lK,n(li u""g to $34,453, mit to be carried ou without disturbing ita '""withdrawn during for tho try ever submit to the banishment of Its un- 750 actually morj than was Importod by tin .. .. . were broadly, and the principle, if conceded, the year, most grievous burden willingly Iwiie, at a tlmo authorized ships. It uould socnt desirable, denying principto rrom tue operation of this if which were surrendered for redemption. gold revenues or Interfering with the mainwould mule a dual responsibility in the cltl-tetenance of a strict parity betweon the when tho government reached millions to the priwl.leut mid, that the wants of the government, they will abandon the surest The amount of bonds deposited during tbe two metals. and load to inextricable confusion, dearmy and the navy in this regard should be guarantee of the safety and success of Amorl year wa $2il,0.MJJO. and tho bonds withstructive of that certaluty in the law which maintain by war tho afoty ami inUtgrity of reasonably met, mid that by uniting their can institutions. The amount of silver dollars coined to t data the union. Is an essential of liberty. In coucluslou bo Invokes for this reform drawn amounted to $01,1143, 4000, snowing a Is $340,073,380; the amount of gold coin and contracts, such inducement might le offered. It ha been the policy of the government to citizens of the United State volunWhen The cost of as would result in securing the domestication the cheerful and ungrudging support of con- decrease of J"4,U7,50i of the movement of bullion on hand is $354,450,853. tarily go Into a foreign country, they must collec tho principal part of Us revenue by of thrtte important lnt"rMf. gress; urges an increase of the salaries of the redemption of National bank notes of late the $1110.073,388 is 3I0,049,3tS!, the present a tax upon imports; and no change iu this abide by the laws therein in force, and will Postal horvlco Hffilrs show maikedand commissioners and expresses the hope that year. Treasurer Jordan says: Tbe National valuo $18f,014,351, showing an actual loss of not lw protected by their own government po icy js desirable. Hut the prrennt condi- gratifying improvement during the post such reasonable appropriation 1 may be bank notes prejeutvd for redemption during $,034,0U. The bank of France tion of affairs constrains eur people to defrom the consequences of an offense against year; the lncrcoso of rovenuo Is In a cainlng made as will enable them to Increase tbe use- the fiscal year amounted to $130,29(5,000, in this position: It holds in ita cash at par mand, that by a revision of our revonue thuno laws committed in such foreign counwnich was $19,013,533, or 13.30 percent, less $330,273,8'!0 in silver, its present value at par fulness of the cnuso tbey have in charge. of cii-t- , demonstratratio over the try; but watchful care and Interest of this laws, the receipt of tho government shall ing the sullleieuey incress present cheap rates than the amount presented for redemption of exchange excluslvo of abrasion, Is $100,. of the FORTY-NJINT- H government over ita citizen are not relin- bo reduced to the necessary expnuMof its f postage ultimately to sustain tho frvlce.' in tbe fiscal year 1885. That there would bo 609,091, showing a loss of its entire capital CONGRESS. quished because they have gone abroad; aud economic il administration; and this demand Hie difference with a falling off In tho amount presented for re- and surplus which amounts to, say $44,03i,-33- 3 iin ocoi'i Htoiinship vrt Proceeding of the Twn Hranches of the demption was indicated by the amount preif chargod with crime committed In the for- should be recognized and olyod by the peo- companies wore texinlnii'ed by tho and $10,00,000 In addition if called upon I.ei;UIlure. eign land a fair and open trial, conducted ple's representations In the legislative branch sented during the first three months of the to liquidate its affairs the policy of tlw fcoreriiment. of the government !. Wahiiinqtox, Doc Senator Shermtn fiscal year, and my opinion, based thereon with decent regard for Justice aud humanity, In readjusting tho burdens of Federal tax- thus affording a service generally adoquato called tho senate to order and Itev. J. J. Hut-le- r and expressed in inj lost report, that the hi Treasurer Jordan recommends alterations will he domandod for them. With less than the present system, in order to the mvds of our intercoiirso. Tho question deliver d the prayer. Annual reports of culminating point in the second upward that It may conform to tbo financial changes that the government will not be content when ation, r. sound publlo policy requires that of establishing ocoan postal sorvico to IlnizII the life or liberty of Ita oitlzens is at stake. such of our citizens as have built up large and the Argentina Republic is commended tbe departments were laid before the senate. movement in bank note redemptions had which have taken place slnco this system was Whatever the degree to which extra terri- tnd Important industries uudor present con- to the consideration of congritss.vaiul the sug- Committees were appointed to notify the been reached In the fiscal year 18H5 has been adopted. As the country increased in wealth torial criminal jurisdiction may have been ditions, should not be sud lenly and to tholr gestion Is offored, that a- - distingnithed from house that the senate was lu session and to verified. and population, with tbe consequent increase The rato of Increase in the redemptions of of lte revenues and disbursements, it will be formerly allowed by content and reciprocal Injury deprived of advantages to which thoy a grant or subsidy for the mere beueflt of wnlt upon the president. Messrs. Edmunds hare adaptod their business; but if the pubagreement among certain of the .European found Impossible to continue the system In any line, whatever outlay may b required and Saulsbury were designated to perform bank noW during tho second upward movestates, no such doctrine or practice was evor llo good requires It, they nhould bo wmtant to secure additional, necesiary nnd proper this duty. Senntor Williams' credentials ment, covering the fiscal years 1883, 1883, Its present form. With tho extinction of the with such consideration n shall deal fairly presented by his colleague, Senator 181 and I8i", is represented by the percentknown to the laws of thl country, or of that three per cent, bond which, without somo deservice, should bo rsgardod as within the were from which our Institutions havo mainly and cautiously with their interest, whllo the limit of legitimate compensation for such Stanford, nnd he wo sworn in. Some bills ages 27, 31, S3 and 19, respectively, A pression or event that cannot now bo forejust demand of tho people for rsllef from and petitions were introduced to forfeit Flor- feature of this upward movement was the seen, must tako place during the ensuing been derived. service. ida railraid laud grants, to authorize bridges constantly decreasing volume of National fiscal year, tbe only bonds available In the case of Mexico, thera are reasons es- needlM taxation is honestly answered A Tho president endorses the recommendafor tho reasonable and timely submission to such a bank notes actually outstanding from lleccs pecially strong for perfect harmony in the purpose of the sinking fund will be tbe four tion of the uttornoy gencrul for tho erection across the Missouri aud East rivers. demand sb uld certainly bo possible without of a penltontinry was then taliuu until 3 o'clock, when tho on January 1, 1883, to $3 19,000,933 on and one-hamutual oxercise of Jurisdiction. Nature has and four per cent bonds. At for tho confinement of prismade us Irrevocably neighbor and wisdom a disastrous shock to any Interest; and a oners convictod Iu Unltod States courts. Uo mc&sago was reeefVod and its reading begun. June DO, lhSJ, a decreaso of $43,353,050. This the present cost of the collection of tbe cheerful concession sometimes averts abrupt couslder seems to indicate that tha volume of bank revenue of the country, say $3.70 per $100, and kind fooling should make us friends. it a matter of very great Impor- House. notes outstanding during that period was exThe overflow of capital and enterprise from and heedless notion, often the outgrowth of tance, which should at once receive cougros-- , loss on the existing sinking fund, say C. Wasiiisoto.v, D.c The speaker callod cessive, or above the point at Thlch it could the the United UUW-- s la a potout factor 1 assist- impatience aud delayed Justice, sional action. More than ono of these Insti- tho houo to order nt noou, aud Chaplain bo profitably maintained. Another fact, $45,000,000 per annum, will be $705,000 anDuo regard should bo also accorded In any tutions might tie erected, and by omtiloylng ing tho development of the resource of Mex-nually, assuming 2 per cent as the best rate ico und In building up tho prosperity of both proposed readjustment to tha interests of tho prisoners in the manufacture of articles Mllburu delivered the prayers Toe roil wus however, should bo considered In this connecwhlcli the bonds can earn. called and 311 members responded. The tion, which is that during these four years of (rood work, all ' American labor, so far ax tbey are involved. countries. To assist this needed for uso by tha government qulto a senate was Without discussing the, consequent possible Informs I tint th j liouse was Increase in redemptions, the silver certifi' W congratulate oursolvcu that there is largo pecuniary benaflt would be realized lu grounds of apprehension for the security of derangement of our exixtlug financial sysready for bus uoss. Mrs. Us iau, cate circulation of the country was Increased tem of the purchases for person and property should be removed; among us no laboring cIuha fixed within uu- - partial return for Hie outlay of construction. of Kmtucky, od Reed were" desig$75,753,183, from $39,110,739 on June 30, are to be maintained at theirthe sinking fund and the president trusts that in the Interest yielding bounds nnd doomed under all Ha endorse thu recommondatlotis of the atpresent figures, to the exorable fato of dally toll W torney general for a change in the Federal nated a committee to notify tho presldmit 18SI, to $114,805,011 on December 31, 1834. of good neighborhood the statute referred to it will be found to bo Impracticable to make Muurs. This increase more than balauced the de- these purchases, tbo treasurer will bo so modified a to eliminate the prosent recognize In labor a chief factor in the judicial system, to obviate tho delay necos. that the house uwaito I lus pleasure. say, at such possibilities of danger to the jwace of the two wealth of the. republic, and we treat those sarily attending the present condition of af- S. 8. Cox and Henry Bsein, of New York, crease In bank note circulation, and the ap- times and in such manner, as to reliove thu and Henry W. Rush, of Maryland, wore parent excessive hsuo of bank notes might, I who have it in thoir keeping as citlzeus enconn trios. fair in our court. sworn lu as m inibi,'. Taihuiso took a re- to a considerable extant, be due to that fact. money market in tinje of financial distress, The president recommends placing the titled to tho most careful regard nnd Of Indian affairs, he say the present sys- cess until 3 o'clock, whou the message was The decline in the issue of bank note circula- As these derangements happen almost - tem of agencies htantltng alone is inudoquata consular service on a liettar footing and re- thoughtful attention. This regard and ntat the time of the moving tbe crop received and read. tion has continued without interruption, uniterates the necessity of some mode of inspec teutlon should le a ward til them not only be-- for thu accomplishment of an object which A condition of business exist in both til tbe amount outstanding on September 30, of the country, this statement is equiralent tion and report or the manner in which tha cause labor I the copltal of our workingmen, j ha8 become pressing In its lmiortance-t- he to saying that erery Justly entitled to Ita share of government . moro rapid transition from tribal organlza- - housos, which under ordinary circumstances, 1880, was $30.1,511,241, making a total re- the country mast payproductive interest iu consulates are conducted. toll to foreign buyers, Mnn(ilif will ma ' laror, uui tor tue runner ana not loss tin- - tlon to citizenship or such portions of tho would be conducivo to disorder and a gen- duction of $58,010,747, lt.timi.i l IIa tit--since January through tha lower range prices HUBH, IIILdllllHIUMII) VUIJII)(U. nill D MW which obtain portant reason that the aborlng man, sur- - Indian a are capable of civilized life, and eral scramble for proceduu e. Nwither of the 1, 1884; and also after December 31, 18 W, at such times, because ceive the attention it deserves by congress. of .. rounded br hi family in hi humble home. ' !.,.,.. mn iiwmj.j iui .,.,.o..,.,.,.i nKUUUlt presiding officers or any of tho loaders iu thsidlver ceitltlcato circulation craduallr de arrangements for collecting the fact that our Ho recommends that provision be mod . , ... mv,v i,. nnn..ir nuiiiJitJiuQIIIui and our revenues olln.or orancn uaye aHy iieiiuite tuea as to the creased, until on July 31, 1880, it had fallen are o defective, a to need an for the Immodlate discbarge from custody of m a consumer, Ila vitally Interested in alt ft commission of six Intelligent nersons-thr- ee artificial and cheapens tha costt of living and enables from the army charged with tho manage . roM oruer 5 U1'8"" the week, while $37,301,07 to $87,504,014. The average out- violent remedy, in persons committed for extradition whore tha that order to place in active president is of opinion that surrender should Mm to bring within his domestic circle ad ment of such matter of detail as canuet a number of gentlemen are determined to se standing for a year preceding that data was circulation the moneys withdrawn from the not lo made aud renew hi recommendation Utlonal comforts aud advantages. with the present organization, be properly cure consideration of various measures, if about $01,000,0(10; since July 1, 1885, tha business of country. This in tho bank note circulation has ap- dealing with the publio moneys method of Thl relation of the working man to the and tuccessfully conducted. of last year that existing legislation concernThe time is possible. When congress ad jourued on Authe la net tru revenue laws of the country, and the manner ripe, tbe president tells congress, for tha gust 5 last, Mr. Iliscock, of Now York, had parently bad tbe effect to check tha increase of any country, but this, and tbo practical ing citizenship and naturalization be revised. tho floor iu tho house for tha purpose'of mur- in bank note redemption, as they have sense Wo have, he say, treaties with many states in which It palpably influences the question work of such an agency. of tha American people, as shown The president recommends tha repeal of the ing thu suspension of the rule to pais a bill. steadily fallen off from that date until they through its representative providing Tor the renunciation of oitizenihlp of wages, should not be forgotten in the juslu cougrees, As that was the first Monday of tbo mouth it now are, for the current fiscal year, about 31 should be and timber culture aot, and wa by naturalized ulloni, but no statute Is found tifiable prominence given to tbe proper mainadequate to find a remedy for thl for to give effect to such engagements, nor any tenance of the supply nnd protection of woll that tbe homestead law be so amended as to Mr. uspensIon day wo private individual. per cent, less than In tbe precodlng year. constantly recurring evil; one sure to grow Iliscock' flint ho would Insist, Still further on while dlscusilog tbe ques- and becomo more burdensome which provides a needed central bureau for paid labor. And these considerations sug- better lecuro compliance with tkeir require- If opportunity iden in our future oxlstod npiu continuing his tion of retire mont of National bank circulagest such an arrangement of government ment of residence, Improvement and cultiof naturalized citizens. the registration natural history. This remedy, he says, as shall reduce the expense of vation for five years from data of entry, motlou and occupy tha floor, but he recog-nixe- s tion tbe treasurer says: As there seems to should be found and adopted with th comrevonue that hi motion will have to go over be on the part of the publlo an idea that the ing session of congrew, became discussed Is the tariff, and to this the prosl-- 1 living, while it does not curtail ths op- without commutation or provision for specuthe evil comLs dent devotes a great deal of space, arguing portunity for work, nor reduce the com- lative relinquishment. Referriug to the sat- until the first heMonday in,' January. Tha treasury looking up money in Its vault on plained of will be uKn us before its next measure which desires to pass provides iccount of this fund the whole operation of meeting, and tha treasury left without any that the necessity for a reduction of tha j pensation of American labor and injuriously isfactory exhibit of tbe operations of the that all leaf tobacoo imported in bales, etc,, the retirement of the notes of National banks means of effect its condition and the dlgnltlod state it pension bureau during the last fiscal year, tariff is more urgent than over. The lncom shall pay a duty of on dollar a pound If will be stated here In ordor to relieve any country. supplying the urgent needs of the and to peuslmi matters generally, the presiof tbe government, ho says, by it In- hold (n tho estimation of oxt people. cants per pound if apprehension which may be felt on this subBut our farmers and agriculturalists, those dent say tho usefulness nnd tho justice of stemmed, and sorenty-tlv- u creased volume and through economies In H 1 Iteath or Congressman Frioe, excess who from the soil produce th thing con- any system for tho distribution of pensions unstemmod, and knowu a tbe Hummatit ject. Tbe three per cent, bonds of the Washcollection; h now moro than ever in Mimvaukkit, Mien., Dec. . Coiigrewwan ington National bank of Westerly, R. I., by all, are perhaps more directly nd depend upon the equity and uniformity of tobacco bill. The application of tha sumed of public necessities William T. Trie died thl morning at hi When tbe house meets on Tuesday, $100,000, lurplus to Die payment of such portion of plainly concernod than any other of ov citl- - It operations, and as long a we adhere to special order on tha calendar will coma the iniountiug to September, were calhd iu the home iu Ulaqk FvWeiup 15th day of 1880, On tbe 13th Fall. lf m rd one-thirer o n muou-newle1 corr-.por.d- lng r. n the paUle-deb- t as la bow at ear option abject to extinguishment, If continued at the rata which ha lataly prevailed, would retire tfaatclaas of indebted within lew than ae year from thi date. Thu a continuation of our present rere.ua system would soon result In the receipt of an annual Income much greater than necessary to meet government ex peases, with no indebtedness upon which it could be applied. We should then be confronted with a vast quantity of money, the circulating medium of the people, boarded In the treasury wnen It should lie In their band, or w ihould be driren Into wasteful publlo extravagance with all the corrupting National demoralization which follow in its train. Hut it I not the simple existence of this surplus and it threatened attendant evil which furnish tha strongest argument against our present scale of Federal taxation. Its wont phase 1 tho exaction of such a surplus through a perversion of tha relation between It people aud thslr government, and a dangerous departure from the rules which limit the right of Federal taxation, Good govern msnt, and especially the government of which every American citizen boast, ha for It object the protection of every person within ita care In the greatest liberty consistent with the good order of society and hi jwrfect sectireinant In the enjoyment of his earnings with the least possible diminution for public needs. When mora of the people's substance i exacted through the form of Laxatlou than is necessary to meet the Just obligation of the government and the expense of it economical administration, such exaction becom rutbUs extortion and a violation of the fundamental principles of freo government. The indirect manner in which these aro m&do, lie a. tendency to conceit their true character and their extent, but w have arrived at a tags of superfluou revenue which has aroused the poople to a realization of tb fact, that the amount varied professedly the suppjrt of the government, l paid by them a absolutely, If added to the price of the thing which supply their dally w.int, a If it was paid at flxetl periods into the hand of tb in a just and careful system ef Federal taxation. Those actually engaged In and mora connected with thi kind of work number nearly one-haour imputation. None labor harder or nore continually than thay. No enactments limit their hour of toll and no interposition of the gortrnraent to any great extent, the value of their product. And yet for tb many nocossarie of life, which the most scrupulous economy enable thsm to bring Into their bom, and for tfaslr lmplememunt of husbandry tbey are obliged to pay a price largely increased by an unnatural profit, which, by the a'ctlon of the government, I glren to the more favored manufacturer. I recommend that, keeping in view all these considerations, the increasing and unnecessary surplus of national lnooms annually accumulating, be released to th people, by an amendment to our rerenu laws which shall cheapen the prices of the necessaries of life give freer entrance to such Imported materials a by American labor may lie manufactured Into marketable comi-- c? al one-quart-er fr , er satis-factor- y g. con-ldori- lf 1 7; . n, 7. 7. S &n ol gun-hte- fit 8, -- en e y, y n, ... 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' ; f, . - ""J1 '4 - !: ,4's ' ' Wt; ' . 1 n .K 4fer -- 4' 5 - '', r- -- . : ' ' T: t. sjy . - y.'t . . "J"'mW. ,.. V. iiriia Hulk. oVtets always rwl aniiTftn -- Stanford, Ky . O. WALTON, u In ostesjing Frank Harper's property this year, ho gaye in bia worldrenowned -- OBALBSS IK horaes, Longfellow and Ten Broeck nt r. Mayor Huhnside, who always catches vices. L.iN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Barnes does not take much stock, in cash valuation of $12,000 instead of $100 Drugs, Books, Mr. Stationery and the early worm, was getting four inch ice .ki Preebvlerian an heretofore. fact none, in that much-prize'V 2 10 r. M Saturday. gotug North ,.... Fancy Articles. Malt train CniinlT Caurt was alimlv attended classic, Baxter's Saints' Everlaaling Ron -- .. 1 ' yesterday as the weather was so bad. Capt Phyilcl Ksprtss train" Bouth..... RoMKTiiiNd New. Call and tee mr au- ani' prescription accurately compound!. ' Norh... He says that the idea of walking the golden ' GO scrub cattle oa tho standard lint. Bolsr tomatio machine, the finest thing on earth. streets of heaven and wandering around gen- Bush reports about Ths jOT la calculated on tc Humeri ?i JEZjl a 1fe market; very few sold Prices ranged Peter liaiaton. tt ub about 20 ralnutra Uitor erally enjoying its beauties and lovellncns, from 2 to 3 cents A few aged muleswere dearly on etrth LOCAL NOTICES. Full line of new musio bozos juat re- when some thatholoved suffering all thewere on jhe market but none sold owing to the torTho Largest Stock of Watches, (Hooks, then frying in hell and from Penny A ceived and on dtiplay this week at Thompwant of buyers. BUY your Sohool Hooks tures of that horrible place, is revolting to Jowelry and Silvorware son, The Jeweler. W. B. Cecil sold to Lee. Hudson A Co.. MoAUiter. him, and his very nature tells him that he Wednesday last, 200 head of good Tennes- Vf ATcnia and Jewelry repaired on shor Kysr bought to tht market Prices towor than Mr. M. C. Portman's whisky license a Lowest. could not "be satWfled" as long as they nlopping cattle, averaging 015 ponnds, at Watches, Clocks and Jewelry notice and warranted by Penny A MoAlis paired on ahoit notice and Warranted. Relie will conrert his bar were there. Ho believes that like the Sav- 3 cents. Geo. Kratz bought in Lincoln CmU IlUNTKIU, ATTFJITIOM.-Iot- deJ room into a butcher shop. ior be will also be able to preach to the county this week from Mat Sandage, 2G rldgre.allslxwof shot, at Peony A spirits in prison and that when they had head of fat cattle averaging 1,580 pounds, J. W. Qurarr sold privately yesterday red their time out and there was no at $4.15 and about 35 head from It. W, Ulv A oovvixtt stock of jewelry, latest 18 share of stock in the Fint National more death and no more hell, that then ens at $4 -- Danville Advocate watches s specialty. Pen rtyle. Rockford Bank of Stanford at $110. alone would entire satisfaction and euprem- ay A McAHstw. There have been 00,330 bogs killed by OwdLiY A CnAio want to reduce their est joy be accomplished. "personal. the pickers at Louisville this season, of them if stock of drees goods, eo examine One great beauty of Mr Barnes' preach which White, Aiken A Co., Dr. Owsley's Mim Laura limn, of McKlnney, is you need anything of the kind, ing is that it draws people to hear him firm, are credited with 21,000 and they had with Mrs. Sam M. Owens. who never think of going to church. He At Highland, this connty, Henderson arnnuM In this class an interest in their 1,500 in the pens Saturday. Dr. Owsley Dumcak, of Lancaster, Miss Juuui and J. E. Bruce were bath down last week Baugh has been appointed postmaster and -Doalor In- souls' salvation and thus accomplishes what and assisted Tim Htgglns in buying for the is the guest of Mrs. R. G. Warren. in Lvuel. Missouri, has N. II. Tyree at Ewmlon, no preacher in this section can. iiverybody firm. Mr. Bruce, had previously bought In Mr. Kkith Lackey, of been the guest of Mrs. J. J. McRoberts. We have the best line of ladle' and has perfect confidence In his absolute sin- Garrard 3.500 hogs that averaged 285 vr.au Umvii Vamarmdale. of liar genu' glove; underwear and hosiery ever cerity; Is confident that be is as good as pounds at 3.60 to 4 cents. rodsburg, Is with Mrs. II J. McltoberU. brought to this market. Owsley A Craig " mortals ever get and as to his thorough -BRIGHT, LINCOLN COUNTY nnrnittnn In lits Lord's work none can "Vl.fi. Wearem la now a drummer for I have just received a large stock ol calnsay. Ooclnnati, dealers In Hour and Hoot A Cj , We are in the midst of a regular wall tnerof new doslani and a large In- The musio furnished by Misses Marie Norther. Everybody about frczen out. salt. Call and ite me. B. and Georgie, with the occasional bass of Hutcnl-sob- , voice of furniture. 0. B Run, who has been at Dr. W. W. 0sley, who has been conlooking like the K.Wearen. Mr. Bsrnes, can be described by no other fined to his room for some time, is improv Kansas, Is in town certainly is Wist agree with him. W. H. Proctor, who liven on the farm word so well sa heavenly, for it ng slowly. MrwftS J.F.RKED.of Ellaibethtown, of Mr. John Baaghraan, was kicked by a a foretaste of the songs of the redeemed in A division of the Eogleman landed es j t n n.inrhtttr. of Dantllle, are here, mule Friday and received internal injuries that blessed abode. tate was made one day last week, to the Theburden of every dUcourec la ' God is complete satisfaction of all parties. rtpresentlog Young's Publishing House, that may prove fatal, lote and nothlrc else." All of his efforts Chlctgo. The store at this place will likely Go seo the wonderful clock. It has two are very fine, but those of Thursday night ac Bam Waltok has concluded not to change hands about tbe 1st of January and crow every 15 rem birds which come out and Sunday afternoon were to us the clt next, the prospective purchasers being Lexcept the Asuncion Consulate, .and one week only. of divblon In one of the minutes. Will exhibit max of beauty and eloquence. now try for a chief ington and CVey county parties. Thompson, The Jeweler. A good God and a mean devil explains departments. The new church at this place is .proof scripture with Mr. Acucht M. Wkjdisoer, a young For Rekt e, house and lot, very desira- every vexed passage objection that can gressing slowly but surelv and will be com- engaged The principal German recently from Ohio, baa nleled br earlvsnrine. It will b one of bly located; large and commodious; all nee Barnes. bo urged against him is that he ascribes too " Mk eetary outbuilding; In W. H. Illnlw repair; as clerk for Mr. the handsomest structures of the kind in is hard to be call on his friends from the old country to becinnins with Jan. 1st. for 1 much power to tbe devil. It Uk in the country anywhere. lieve that he alone is responsible lor tbe him at his store. Mr. L. G. Hubble, who revived a or three yews. Jm. B.Owens. rains that moisten the earth and make veg clerkship in tbe ygricultursl department at We are Indsbted to our friend, Tim e pork Pcker. The County Court yesterdsy was bar- etation possible. W. HfBgln, the LviU-lllWashington, is being wined and dined at we hope ren of items. Judge Varnon, Attorney CarPeople who cams to court yesterday one of theftshioaab'e hotels of that city for n bucket of hog brains, which colpenter and Clerk Cooper sat up and looked availed themeelyes of the opportunity to now, eo I notice I hope Mr. H. will not will haf the effect of brightening the was wise, but if they dispensed any wisdom, hear Mr. Earnes and the Court-Housforget his many friendi hereabouts about umns of this psper. Eq., eJllor of the justice or law we failed to "catch on." picked at the afternoon service W.U. Dusur, time. Tribune, was here yesterday. He Dsn-ll- le The supper given by the ladies o'Rrsh MARRIAGES. It is worth a visit to Mr. J. G. Thomp . -- i mn.M'Inii- to Issue his -. Branch Church at Bright's School-Hous- e DBS a noiiuti ui son's store to see and bear that wonderful sfver CorUtmas, but If tbe Mr. James B. Lane and Mies Malilda was a grand success, notwithstanding psper he has, not to mention tho who knows mutlo box that eloped to Jcflersonvllle f.tnMtt nftda Ik.. nnrrar.l he will take the adtlcecf one thousand and one beautiful things that be Porter, of Casey, the MnruAnlM) hv Ml Mar Onllr and married, whereof he affirms, be will consider has on exhibition. You have only five and were doing it. of Lebanon, others; Boyle by Mrs. Robert Rice and oth Miss Johnnie Morgan, matter a year before eelect from his large display. ers; upper Lincoln by .Mr. li. U. uorer, a a days left to Teen., daughter of the famous Confederate distineuuhed stock dealer in this and ad -- aw. W.J. Lakdram, contribute widow of Jno. General. John H. Morgan, will be married The Rtguter ssys that the joining counties. Now permit me to nay in rery appropriate article on "My in the F. Shepherd has sued the town of Rich- - on Christmas day to Rev. Joe Caldwell, a as a Scholar and Teacher," behalf cf the good ladiet who participated u,ud for $10,000 damage, claiming in her prominent Presbyterian minister, . ate of in the superuision ot thu eatertainment Bocl-et- y petition that her husband was in extremely Danville, Ky. Miss Morgan is 22 years that every promise was fully met, Imth in cation gotten out by the Phi edibles and socially, and I hope their reCollege The fblehrUth,nrdihat 'or romr eHght of old. of the Uarrard Female ceipts were satisfactory. entertainingly. Gueslo, tho fense he was arrested by tho marshal ana The marriage of Miss general always writes telegraphs from Wash- Indued In fall: there Le vas not properly charmiug and accomplished daughter of -J- cixiEKlRCAtn J1ETT ADTKBTINEMKHTN. 1 O I es, "The following Kentuckians cared for, and that his death resulted there Mr. George M. Ditto, managing editor of ington that Utmaa from. tbe Jvenfueiy State Journal of Newport, and liable to get Government Chr are MImIs-slpSam Walton, Mr. H. T. Bynum, of the Ohio and alfis: Col. Ham M. Uurdett, I will close my store In Stanford at 9 Railroad, of Louisville, is announced P. Hill. Jr. Stanford; o'cloTkrrMT84turday, Dec. llTb. SilverLanca..e,; Thos. Mr. HI orra In the latter city on the 19th I hTe mored to Williams' store-rooCol. Clint Wilson, of Pducah." this day till I cloee. to take place the Portraan House, .od will kicr a inuoh larger enthusiastic ware Ac , at cost from returned from Washington siock loan i u.to uciuro. low of January. fEr. has Now is your time for best goode nt Hog-XCiUin- g. at his prospects. HEADQUARTERS FOR XJIAS HOODS prices for Xmas prefents. I have just RELIGIOUS. say-- : lima A dispatch to the Louisville another Invoice of fino musical box Flcaie glre me a call, and learn my prices. of Louisville. Jennie Smith, a young Catholic girl nt Junius Rjchoeter, formerly es from Geoova, Switzerland; will be found IT. Jl. illtADV. 1S3 of Kings coun-ty- , claims to have been New Vernon, N. J., was elected Probate Judge on display in Stanford this week. One box miraculously cured of spinal disease by Washington Territory, by a large TOR RENT. has full orchestra with dumb bells and was arreited, thrown in RochoMer Call at onco and make your se- prayer. participation caitincte. sya there I hare a hnuso to rent oi Stanford fitroet In Our Pineville correspondent l.ll, and indicted for alleged lections. Thompson, tho Jeweler. Will Crcbard with nil neceisary but wa- is no church building in that town, but Crab to cither monthly or yearly renters. The root in tho ChlnMS rloU at Seattle, the BARNES' MLET1XG, that there ia pleaching twice n month in a bouts Is large and water eonxcnUnt, Address This made him solid with sins, Crab Orchard, Ky. CST ssiiTit, small school-houshe went into office on the will bo obliged to my Customer, who wlsls goods doliv masses and Mr.Bsrno says ho would not for ten Ujv. Sam Small has been n church strength of H; . thousand worlds believe in the God of his ercd, irthey vronld send their orders o II can llttlo over n year. He began FOR REST. member delivLOCAL MATTERS. father, the one he preached for CO yeais a er lug by 5 o'c lock. preaching Sept. 18, 18S5, has preached COO T. Ui iv AIsTOW, T ..l.ii 4 f van devil. v Tf i ft sin anil Tyt nn tTnnar Main Walton's.-Rea- d half God end half times and traveled 1,000 miles. Street, In Stanfurd, now occupied by Mr. W. M. VEiirbeit sorghum aTTR Mr. Monroe Curtis is n faithful attendant Although the night was Jcold, a large llogla. for tbe yor 1837, commencing with Jan aiA.rtJC HARDIN, Lnto Al oiilloollo, Cleric. ury in, no i. and sits in the same seat in tbe front, a lit Rsbertson A Kinnnird's cloak and attentive audience greeted Evangelist 31 IIS. KA.TE1IAY8, and drinks tle to the right oi the speker , Stanford, Ky. 1. John Bell Gibson at his services last night . . fl.rl.ttrtH- COpds. It in every word of the loving tidings. He preached an eloquent and touching serHAH'Tinroiiiuauu w... Tho method of anointing for disease as mon on the subject, "The Crowded Inn." will pay vou. Metcalf A Foster practiced by Mr Barnes is a most solomn Tho meeting is growiug in interest and at hides, ml and whether or not .rk.i mice raid for MERCHANT TAILOR, Louisville Post. I am daily opening an elegant line of Tall Millintendance. ery, Including all by A. T. Nunnelley. there is any efficacy in tho few drops of oil sheepskins, etc, Rev. Vt. Warder, Next Sunday the silver receptacle wbich and comforts tint he takes from a formerly pastor of the Walnut Street Bap The Latest Novelties of tho Season. ExAMiNB our bed blankets and places on tbe I hare receWcd and still recelrlng . he carried in his pocket, Owsley & Craig. tist church, Louisville, will assist Rev. Per before buying elsewhere. Handkerchiefs. Collars Alio Kotloni, such forehead of the sufferer, there surely must serYou in the morning and night and Cuffi, Kuchlng, OorseU, Buitlet, etc. Bin)-a bargain in be somo in the fervent and earnest prayer cy G. Elsoin racated by ! at the Now is your chance to get All members will .tBod me -, nmt rooms tnlatelyMren Houia. w.rron. door the many, jjlel. that be ofisrj for his restoration to health. vices at the Biptlst church. .....W - TV n We have too n..W healtnfc stoves. Comprising the best in the market, which will be H4IIS UUULMKUAll. and others ore Invited. Mr. Warder will A few evenings ago he publicly anointed calf A Foster. preach once and Mr. Elsom once. Gotten Up In Stylo and Mako Sooond to Mono in City or Country. Commissioner's Sale 30 John Davison, who is grievously sfllicted good portable corn mill or for with convulsions. It can certainly do no STOCK AND CROP "111 trade Glye Me a Trial. LANO. inch upper runner that I harm and everybody who knows his unforFARM Geo D W'WPi I3C- - O- lumher. -- Car load fresh Slt at T. R, Waltcn. condition will bo glad to see the big slock tunate Uay and oats for sale Harve VE will receive In a few days a LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. fellow restored, poor " oforanges.candlee and nuts. Our prices Faumbus National IUhk or Stanford, Fi'ff The good evangelist and the other memvs. Metcalf & Fos- barrels of corn. Wear 00 lower than over. Wanted-6will be Bkn 8pauldino, and otiiers. Defendants. bers of his family attended services at the rurtuant to a Judgement of tbe abOTO styled Presbyterian church Sunday. Mr. Moffett en & Menefee. aod action rendered at Its October Term, wraps have For Rent the Wm. Haya house and court will aa Muter Commissioner of told court on prices on our ladies' showed by his manner that he hardly exThe 1880,1 -- , -eo now i. Reld. been greatly reduced; pected eo distinguished a hearer as Mr. 30 acre of land. F. OTDT, 18S0, kind Nnw t the lime to buv extra fir.e THURSDAY, DEC. tunlty If you nsed any thin oi m Dimes, but he had prepared to- - attack his attheManitoQ house, on the premises, sell to tho Owsley A Creig. , "theories," as he called them, with the Shorthorn bulls cheap of A. M. Feland. and nest muuer ai pudiio a ucttonlhe fol M hlEbeit W. M. Catron sold to Lee, Iludeon lowing ucsrriDcu mrm uu nertonal nrJSertT of In ecriptures as taught by his church and after HnaMlnff. Hllit ffirm ft known aa "Mill- you want to spend ypur Christmas, Uan If mVf t yw cheap expressing ltU pleasure at seeing him pres Co., of Danyllle, 101 rough cattle at2J. wood," and was the former ruiuenco oi EYan California you can do bo for the very Jeff Jones sold to Wearen A Menelee tiho by, dec'J, and contains had to ent, so that he couldjhear what he from rate of $8200 for the round trip of corn in tho field at $1 CO per 421 ACRES FINE BLUE-GRAS- S eeconu-nanue a LANDj L. AN. will run an excursion say direct ana not at The "horrible doctrine barrel. launched forUllnto tho ,.. . In the highest state of cultltatlon, an abundance s , ,, , on the 11th. The feo of Nutwood will ba $350 for ot drinking and stock water; has upon It a hand, ot eternal aamnauon.. tve uo no mow best unuon ome Brick Beeldenco In the good of repair, all whose teaching Is right, but we do know theseason. This Is an advance of $100 ttnant houws. necei&ry outbuildings, three Wr. have ben experiencing a yery nrm ttiii ih iiiii i iiiimiiii aim ub. en new nuu luiim iim inches that Mr. Bsrnee';is,far the most comforting the Glenview fee. sual cold spell for a week. 8everal with splendid cisterns; good orchards, tne ben oi ther and much more plausible. G. O. Lvon sold to R. B. and E. P. fencing, and Is one of tbe finest and best ImproTed of enow covers the ground and the Kentucky. Bald farm Is tltuated In tbe frequently been Woods 15 head of yearling mules at $110 larmsln of Lincoln county, adjoins tbe lands of registered from six to ton ssv-erMr. Barnes eavs be bas mometer has westend snow-atorII. W. UlTens, A. K. Denny, Mrr. Bbelby, Mrs. prodded for changing his mind eo often They are good oneB. nights. Saturday a blustering liait.de ; ii one mi'e from Shelly CUT. station was the day the sale of the on the 1 ik N.. two miles from Junction City, a hard to Im- He had changed UJmnny times in the last As bad as raged all day and It Is took growing young town of 1,W0 Inhabitants at tbe ten years add hoped ho wotfld continue to personalty of Mrs. Chris Eagleman crossing ot tho Cincinnati Southern and I. X N, agine a severer snap. present. Railroads. lie, " hen I get place Saturday with a good crowd a1i1 frA fMM.n.ln. na.a.a DmI.1 f..M will persons, two do S3 to the end, for, said Fou a company of only six Mr. C. R. Harris telh us that the 35 cattle oumbrance J a good fee simple line, mou on a credit . j Benedict's sol can not, I want to be placed in a glass bonds required ol tho pur- - sfl Ti" i.,iiuj .ml four nentlemeo. Best brought S20 cfG,12and 18 months, "IT JUJy'C twovear-old- s case and seat to the British Museum." He IndiKlInt? 12 tbaser with good approTedsecurl it, bearing lesal M has per annum from dsyoliale unill paid and IfV Monte Ciisto company beats any that around; hogs $3.70 per hundred; shoaU merest the force j Waterproof was ever, searching for the truth in the y and etltct ofa corn In the crib having .m Iiwa anil nlarA Judguunt. appeared at the Opera House nere. i n. light of the Orosi and God had rewarded $3C0;cornlnlhefield$1.15j ( will maII 4 AnA A ih. sftflksisislBhsltfaf coat. others bushel and eheaf brood marei, 6 finely bred yearlings and Jyearo)d ter Lawrence Is superb and several as ne ever doea those who follow that $1 CO; shelled oats 35o per horse colls. Said stock will be sold onacrodltot mannii ivnm irvrirla rtHtul swelarrsrOAl. alliil wl1Hp jcaijry Is good. Benedict is a him, of tho troupe are very rtrftci r..w roMMlt. RUCKKR oats $1 05 per hundred bundles. Tho horse 3 months, bind with approved security, basrlnie ". Urd" .iwm. TUt P.w.rrflmlllli.f. It Is ar.niHii llhou tlM"riaU command, nt legal rata of Interest from day of talo until paid Mrlbtllr4(lH. .jQ, Uui. Sbylcck, though, and thooc with whom ho ' I" whoee and sheep Block were reserved for future belflfi re;ulrMl. O M. HAVHO" ' At the emrcestion of some one eye i : ij lMltjutitimMlMUtUtifi deals had better Ucep their wosther Mr. Bvnes illd.not reve.il, he will ex Bale nmfl 0 plain to night, as the Lord shall gtve bim utterance, the passage ''Depart ye cursed Into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil Am elegant line of tilk handkerchiefs and his angels,"and others relating to tho December 7, 1888 and uiufllers at Owsley A Craig. subject of an never endiug hell. The Court- 'Bahnes" pins manufactured and for House will no doubt be packrd even closer " than has been the rule for most of the serBusiness Manaetor. sale b7 Thompson, The Jeweler. Myers'. on hand "" t 8 8. Dr. J. B. Owsley has purchased in thin section about 0,000 hogs for his park-pic- k ing houfe in Louisville, for which he hss paid to the farmers the snug sum of nearly .,vwv F eottf & w&mtm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. .. d .... JlJtf ex-nlr- y. 1. M WALTON GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, ' TIN TVARE, GLASSWARE first-clas- s r-- QUEEBJ5WARE, Confections, Tobaccos, seed-sowin- Cigai5 ssml-week- ly COR MAIN & SOMERSET STS. New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Dates, c, nowin stock. . sa x-run- G.m. pl BEMOVAL! Salt, Imrd Cans anl Jars, ISuf dicr Kb live, anil other things used in GVOCXD I ma-jorit- OOODS e. 1B2-2- 1 rva lint flulh i of ..... 181-J- MIIiMNBKX. tt.... Imnri-Milreon- .1 1 New Goods for Fall and Winter, RUPLBY. J' SI m lC2-2- Iuivra MILLW00DST00K Wall Paper, ,- Furniture, Lou-...M- a. car-loa- d Cases, Caskets, Robes, as low as the lowest. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices al m B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. gt ri v, Vt xSil v SLICKER "'" m ffifc Wlf . -- A' I ,mh Oifc (,rVf ii kiiIimiii iniimrmii iihhhii mi ihiih-- ii - " " 4 genu-SBHttHnSirterior 7 v V. tmwiwmiaiimiMi W si 3 Ifv, fc 1 thlrd-- are tllltexitw. Whether in a counJESSE J. THOMPSOX. flLfctjiiijl AiancOTittto the "horrible doctrine" taught try where, aa Inoarr, every win U aeover-eig- e, LancBtter. a. '' ' of In tbe lint published lo our IhI blue, to which THE T0NS0RJAL ARTIST. where every pablic eervant is chon Warren Hurt, aged 20 year, a eon Mr Barnei took exception, we alto theso tIow dlreotly or iadlreatly, in the main, by the Mr. Henry Hurt, of Upper Garrard, died liyMewtea, which fully Shaving and Ihe lUt done Federal Aid to Education. with htilds of a tyle. Ladles Hair Tutting glten In rttcular pi and Children loving 8Tlor. Tbe publlcatlea tut week was voice.of the people, where every lw enact at his father's reeldence Sunday morning. ot the Interior Journal: lOi-li-a To the Editor Is but me reuecieu ' MkloSSoOOOOOOOKHloSKlF Mr. Henry Davis, of Cincinnati, is vis- more accidental ttua othwwl. The piece The constitution and laws of tbo na'lon ed, or policy adopted, 'PiVioooooooooooooooooHLHK will of Ihe voter, where, in a word, all iting Mr. Jacob Joseph. Mist Ltccte had been set upiometlaa for uie wbea needed, otbtd th appropriation of public revenu The Champion sad lt happened lo be needed for that ltaue. wellded for good or ill by Beazley, of Stanford, Is a guest of Mis How tulloui and tutrleM the hours (wffliiiolaioooooiooWMm by the State ti the eibcatlon of one rice power is of the right Haltie Beizley. through the exercise ! As tho times are dull ad money eurce and aa When Jeiui no longer I te Iks exclusion of thn othe r, or trie aspara the eaweea I hT no rent to pir, I will give my customers Sweet prospacti, iwoet btrdi,and iwaot flowers r.nd where oaethlrd.oae out of Dr. O. P. Hill and J. U, Sweeney adrantageorgood work at very low price. I will ttenofetich reventHei s to dero'e that ofsuflMife, IUto all loet their aweetoeu for me, mtko great reduction for Injvrccei, every three, of the votara are without edu have given the town the right of way to part of it derived froia taxing the white The mtdiommor ion sblnea bat dim, lterfiHhoctnft, CHnh, .73 Cent ov (tl cation -- whether in such a country the open a streot In front of their residences on &I have to Wait Montlm. All The fltldntrhe In vata to took gay; raofttt the eduoatlon of tho white raoo and klndi ot produce taken In exohanM for work. But when I am hippy in Ulm, rlphui of life, llbsrty and property are ssfe, Lixlngton avenue. or all kind done neatly and In good itjle. that part derived from the colored people December's at ploaunt as May, bhotlns saddle, trot Una and haraeM horici a N. BI1 VlttLTTt LOBLSlILLli'. to me ie'a question the mere stateA. private letter letter from Col. S.am to the education of their children. But Iteeems peclaltv. ralnllna from $3 to K. Ketettlng tire which iuggel8 the answer. tor wigoe, 10; miking new lire and putting oa JO. Walton, who was recently appointed Conllli nsrae yields the richest perluine, for this Inhibition the white cltiztns of the ment of Other work In proportion. Tbanktog my friends And sweeter than auile his voice; The inhabitant of the 8Ut?a whoee pres- sul to Paraguay, state! that he has not yet for their kind pitroaige In tbe part, 1 aelUlt the Southern State could without awtstance Ills presence dlipertes ay gloom, consideration know decided to vecept or decline the place. tame In the future. jive to thiir youth all needed ednoitional ent Mutation launder And makes all within me rejoice: WALTER FIELDS, JH., experience the curee of po- It Is exnected that Ihe Louisville I should, were be always thai nigh, adrautazcB and would not ak for or ac by the eaddet in the hands ot an ignorant Southern people will bj here this week to Have nothing to with or to fear; cept aid frota their slater Stale. Under littcal power No mortal io happy ai I, DK. W. B. PENNY, mob lod and manipulated by unprincipica eee what the citizens of Garrard are willing the existing circumstance, however, they My enmnicr would lut all the year. DKNTI8T, youngest child now in be- to give to get a first class railroad through E, H. BUBNSIDB, educate both ecoundrele. Tfco must either tax thetnielvea to IContaiolcy Otianiorrt, Content with beholdlug IIU face, ing in those States, however long lived he their county. and alike, or abandon their races equally My til to Hit pleasure rulgneJ; eee the last of Ike The Phi Qamma JournaJ, a neat Uttlo Thia Old Before miy b, will not live to common school ejatem altogether Well - Known No changes of leaioa or place direfol effects of mietrule as inflicted by the paper published by the College young laHotel Would mike any rbinge la my mnd: Maintains the war the Southern 8'.ata would not have who in the reconstruction days dies hai made Its appearance. The first While bleued with a unseof II U lore , High and nobody accsp'eil ench assistance country In quest number shows a careful soleotlon of matter A palace a toy would appear; alalked into that ADD it to them. would have tboueht of oQ rin And prlsont wou'4 patactt proro, and through tbo instrumentali- containing among other good things an arlvfor,retSr u DBtaraiued that Then Ihe nej;roe were properly and a of plunder IiJoana would dwetl with inetheie ignorant horJe e voters fjund ticle by Col. W, J. Landram of Here' wish"Sn?,,I,be,!'00OBd to ao Country auch immensely valuib'e, ani having no ty the Hotel in tho State in in Dear Lord, If Indeed I am Thine, eeiud the State government and in ing the P. G. success. a cittziia and taking no ptrt io rov there, rights Appoiataienti, or AttenIfThouartuyiun and mr song, facteeizid everything that was worth bay. The residence of Mw. Clayton Ander OQr on Ineuteritroat, rext door to tion to Comfort ef ermenttl flair there u oi neojMily for Say why do I langulih and pln7 rtiiga fairly eoq, situated on the Loxlni ton pike about OCBca iiouri from t to 13 A. ing and during their brutal their Gmeitt. And why aro my wloten io long? their aJusslion certainly no p (Illicit v.and 1 to 5 r. K. Atiuthettct aJmlnlitsred wbec rd7ellcd In riscility and orruptlorTunUI two mile from town, was entirely consum O drive thru dirk clondi from my iky, IIM-lyfor it. oacMarr. Thy eoul catering preie-- c retlsre; psople thpre was nothing left to etei). The people ed by fire Saturday morning together with Now, if theSiatslnldins Iho-Or take me to Tnce up on high, here have not footlrn the Bufferings and nearly all the contend. The origin of the .i5n,Berc,V.TJa,,r"- - Th "III in bondage had volantirity emtoclpa'fd Whero winter and clou Ji are no more. iiprlled with tna eholeeit unhappy period, and fire is unknown. Bte'.dn Mra Andersen braRdiof Lld.onaad Clgari. and enfranchised them it roliiht be said humiliations of that they, in epite of the there lived in the hone Mr. and Mm. Jao with a good deal of renin that they ouzht it h no wonder that eneersandjeeracf demjogues and foole, Baughmin and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mot- to take cre of them in alt repeets, educa measure calculated row who lost all their clothlug and furnl lion included. Bat the Federal govern are eager to accepfaoy deviltry turc, The loaa was a heavy oce, there be Louisvillo & Nashville R. was for the good of to preient the recurrence of uch meet, a mu ruins that it enxloue to fortify and tog no Insurance. -- Til K UKEAT- the nation, whether it wis so or not, to They are naturally To aty rron remitting ui now and W. S Mil -C- ols. J. n. transform them from chattel worth several Insure Ihemeelve.i and their posterity TUROUGII hundred millions of dollars into free oiti asainst its re visitation by destroying the ler entertained pleasantly atd handsomely aliment npon which it fed and flourished jo vua the Boone club and some friends at the Lan xeaa and votes, and having nude that Wewlltierd lb Hotel on Friday eventnz- - The l.a thm by its own act reducing iznorance. They know tLat the ecoundrela Semi-Weekly all ded yet nor the breed rf Ihem. dleo present were Mn. W. C. McFarland, tremendously the ability of the South- aro not Interior Journal WITH ern people to educate auybody and at It is argued by Bonn that the appropri-tloo- e Mr. J. H. Woodcock. Mrs. B H. Young And the New York World oneyearanJ a the same time creating the imperative from the Federal treasury will not and Mrs, Pattle P. Mi 'ler. Mines L'zz'e genlr Pullman Palace Sleepers. lor their elucuion, det it not promote the cauee of education, but will Huffman and Katie Landram. The 2151087 OF Tflfi STATES, follow that the Federal Royornment have the effect to retard and weaken it, for tlemen: Msj.J.A. Burnslde, Col. W 8 is morill boan i to .v. Iesit aid in qnalify-io- j: the reason that the recipients of such aid Ferguson, Lt. W. C. McFarland, R A. XjutiiHallie M,lM0,.,iC0.,urreo'n,lT wk of lEe k 5 nut" them. for the duties of citizenship? By will cese to advocato and encourage local Baruside, J. M Djncan, J. P. Sacdifor, R. toAusliailhs JlcntpIilH, It Is arondeneed nswtpsper file tor jo. year,. means of hi rfcht of saffraKa and bis richt taxation or other local efforts in its behalf Kinnaitd and G. D. B udet. The menu AdantH, ". ,l" "abi to withdraw thli to bold office every citissn, white or black, and look to and depend, upon the Federal ww simply grand, the chief novelty beinc wilbout notice, io remit at onco. nfnift4rvatftiitrkt extrcIsM q ihe as much piwer and inlli treasury alone for moans to support the the large variety of met'. Tnere was W. V. WALTO.V, Btanlwd, Ky liialo Hook. br race- in ntiiuiiil as he does to State aQ tire. achools. This argument eeems to regard venUon from Teancsiee, contributed Jllelillu tttut Xok OrlcmiH. He is a citlzn .f h 'h ijovernaenla, Fedrr-a- l the aversge citizen, or rather the majority Mr. Woodcock; bear from the far West, by and Suto, mau Iiu, iii th same r I ilion of out cil(z.na, as ps'eaing no more man Lt. McFarland; qaoil by R A. Buroeidii Only one cbn to ploti In to ths one as to the other ud owirR alle- - hood, nor eelf resntct cor intert in the fresh fiiu by Jobu M. Dancir; 'possum by D. fi giance nd having lu It to perform to well being of their own than to J. A. Barniid; coon by R. Kinnalrd. both ali remand hence I can conceive of no many heathen. It compares them, by im- These with the oretere, salads, &j., furnish"illue-OrHH- fl I ton (c." and tramp ed by Mr. Miller made a Ipa'A fit for the reison why the Stitn uliould be under mora plication, to the worthless obligation lo fit him far the psrformsnce of who for want of enerjy and ealf esteem and god'. No toanld were gben, Lancaster beBeaLlng homes on the line of this road will receive 8horte,t and Qaiokcst Bonto from Get sperlal rate. trairentnAyto tJl Polnu Mortfl, Bat everybody euoh dutiei than the 'jitljn. I do not fa- bacauie klcd besrlcd people will occasion- ing a local option town. Thlt powder nam varies. A mirvlof ptfrltj. arSoe Agntiof tbla Coniptny lor rate, routt Ewt, Wet and Southwest. More economic! I Ac, or writ treath and was happy, just the same, and did full jus vor, but would opposd with gicit violence ally ?ive him a meal, censes to make any thin the ordinary kind- -, and can not bo aolo Kut Lin Between . C. V. A rMOBE, O. I. A T. A., compctlton with the multitude of low teat .ibort and resist, if need ba, with gun and bayo-s- et exertion to support himself and enei beat-in- ir tics to the uccion. Louisville, Ky. weight a'um or phuaphato powdrn. Soldonly lo Norrs. and possibly dynmite, any proportion r.XINGTOX A CIA01X5JATI htii wav throuuh the wir'd. I am bold uoraLBaKma Townaa Oe, cani. 10S Wall Mlivot. New York Air), j. A. tiurnlile wt' not near po that would give to tte Federal government enough to ray that I baye a better opinion TUT. TllOROL'f.lifirt0 firbednl In tect ifsy mid. full control or any control of the schools in than that of our fellow citizonr not only of sprightly as be is eald to hav been at tbe MACE BIlUCE'd the States, nor would I f tvor a proposition to the South, but everywhere; and a better Walton reception at Covington ifoTr7riT t Koiii, wholly support Buch echools by appropriaLt. McFarland told a good thing on the Buggy & Implement House. HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL opinion of mankind in ceaeral than to Bun. e Pally K(. San tions from the national treasury, A meaa-r- think that, as a rule, to a!d the needy is to King af Italy. that regards tbe'lnterest and obligation injure rather tban benefit them, and if I Col. Woodcock told ho ho shot a deer 13 Pro 3MUQUIS OF ADKLINE. I haro now o am VSItfta 200 sis of the Federal and State governments as be- mistake not, thia cp'.nlon is in harmony and failed to get it. He if taliefied he ' rrntdl. """ iu to am no ivptt IS pus -- . sj A Full Lino of Whoat Drills and Tbla fide Dull will stand Up id AW. TJIl 11 25 tttlllO ing mutual with reference to this matter with the teachings of Ilim "who spake as brought blood. the season now iOiita S my ia 10pm It 17pm 9 ISptf othor AgriouUural Imploments, balf mile from stab! on the Lancaster l'lke, one " Lexlngtoo 10 PQ to divide never man spake," and the very essence of i at which accordingly propose John Djncan told tome wondeiful firli BUoford Court House, at 63 the ? ?,? Mtesr- li Pm season, wl-- b m prltlleireol breedlog lb cow unEcatdeia between them its burdens, meets my .approCM pal whote religion was charity and love toward tales. til the cow proves la calf. Money due whin cow " Klchmoadi 1 o? 7 IS par bation, and the much abueed Blair Bill is all men, made manifest by substantial and Dick Burnside wai comp'ainin; o' the fall Line ot Baggies and Wagoni il first served. uncastorz: SSnz: Marquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert, bis aire 'aoOpSr Utaniord such a measure. The only objection 1 have generous benefactions. But as I am not a great scarcity of game ibis year. Apollo and Dim Imported Southern Beau- Always on hard. In connection with my Im Lr. Wcbmeud j i oopu .. .'.;: r- to that bill is that it doe? n't appropriate first rate preacher, perhaps it will be better R. Kinnaird wis full of luiuronce talk. plement uusineM, l win alio carry a MaiquU of AJ Hone's dam, Adeline, ber itre Air. Berea. "i " Urgton.. ..'a8 30 ml Imported Uncle Tomdam Imported lady Fishmoney enough to accomplish id purpose. for the cause of education and of religion as J. P. Sandlfer found no lime for any Complete Stock of Lumber, er. For farther particulars 11 to pedigree see H.. Such too is the opinion of many other well, if I turn to a line of argument with ting but eating. The way he stayed betr 1 II Jl Noata.Bouwn. NO. t No. II Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as No. 1 Tblilaa very fine young Bull from a celebratfriends to the Federal aid cause, including which I am more familiar tban I am with wm a sight. ed fatally ol milkers Including tba cow Echo, tbe greatest of Ittrdiy bef owner having refused (23,- - Lve.IJTlngton.M Mr. Blair himself; but ac'tng on a princi meeting-bous- e mattcte. Low nn any one. fi 00 am Tbe only papers in tae 8tate that opt. iu io rHolsttln-Frelsla- n " nere pie that "a half loif is better than no bread'' a ia Bj the Btair Bill the appropriations from The cattle hare taken tbe Arr. Klchtaood . 10 1 solicit a sbare of your patronage. Iteiptctfully the cauee of Geo. Bjckntr for lead aa tba boat for (be family, and across with they are willing to accept it as it is, not be-i- og the national treasury are to be distributed M.M.Mm. tbo Shorthorn produce a Turf fine animal. I Lv. Kowland . we have observed, are the Pad- m-iv- t . jj. nnccR. ' Lancaster able to pass a more liberal one. will buy alt the malt calre begotten by this among the States in proportion to their u cah Standard, Hopkinerille aVcic fill ami Em, Eli- Bull atgoid pilcta del rerei at weaning time. Air, hlcbmoad. 11 00 am, Now let us view this question in iti po- number of illiterates, but no8tato Is to re zabethtown Keics and Hart County Demo ir. it. xtt.i.F.u. Lv. Rtchruoni J UO-buofaid, Ky. ir. vuneneetcr..... t 10 prat A M ami litical aspect not political in a party eenee, cjiva a greater amount in any year tban it oral They wake an occasional feeble efl'jrt SGRIBNER'S MAGAZINE. 10 n u) 7 00 ami Arr l arli......i g jn D m but in iu bearing upon the political wel- haa appropriated from its own revenues to show that he has mono qualification for Patilislied Moavily I.V. Lexington ... 1SS7. P Lv Paris ........... I H p wl 8 20 a m 3 10 pm fare of the country. It will not be expect- during the year pending that in which each office A tnij nity of ra' m 3 40 pm tie papeis that have IF ITH L Y.I7STR 11 lOSH. " Cyijthtana p m, s aa a in Certainly ed that I will enter into an argument to annual distribution is made Falmouth .., f 7 p m 10 01a m 8 17 pm ezpresteJ an opiniun ray Buchner oucht is pm Arr. Cotlpitpn . . this arrangement will operate aa a strong 'J prove so ulf evident and unlvereillr Spm not to be uoojinated, aa the fnqaent ex FIE8T HUMBEB READY DEO. 15TH. a propositi in aa that the etfety and inducement to the cltizjna of the several tracts we have printeil from their col nines EcKinjiKB'a MauaziHK will bt in the wldcat perpetuitrof a Republic, largely if not ab- States to keep up, if not to increase.local tax ebow. VYvn.L6nnAROiT. Oiteneboto Messenger IZjIiTJ'STSaA.I'ElD. .1?"u' 0;l"moMllrtar4, and etch number solutely depend upon the due enlighten- ation as well as other means to be used fur will be fully Illustrated. Borne of tno most nouibla pap?ra to appear dur j xfVSTT Bucklen's Arnica Salvo Noara-BooMment of its ci'iz in'. It is as absurd tp say school purpceai". The bill provide fcr ...... .. . iuo um jcar ar a lanes or r t'any Dall tf. ...!. jiagaamo uurioz aj w II contain a annual distribution of the money whlnh it The beat Salre In thn world lor Cut. Brulioa iuk of Thjckn ay of Try great unpuollitied Jitt- noTclolinteoM ers that a community of iitnoraoiuies are cap t'x. ua, Kx. Unti, u'olnouraphloal rolltleal, social, and ronuctlc sler E. il. WulihnmA'. u.,Uini.. Sorei, Silt Khiiuui, Ferer Borei, Tetter, Chapped value: aV it would be to appropriates Lro Corlngton through a period of eight bio of enttiled Karka"- -a itory of Ita.-I.- n Jlfe--by lunoiegB anu uommuno ol Farlti (lump-e- i 3 00 pr -Ilaadi, Chilblain, Corni and all Skin Cruptluni, Kathleen O'Meara; new notel. en. at tho Diaries of .. 7 33 ft ra 4 33 pm Murrls, claim thu in mi abaoluts monarcny tbe years. Now, if tbe sum thus distributed and potltlrely cure Cllea, or u pay tlileJ "April Hopes," by W. D. Howelli; e It a ai 8 30 pm cj ulred. I, tolrancootthecloioftho last century (alrinc flketcnes by a 10 a ia 0 41 pm monuch, tbougn an ignoramus, could eun when added to the (urns furnished by the la guaranteed to giro perfect aatlifactlon, or money dMcrlptlomoj inctal llf and characters it tho Ileb.cca Hirdlog Chailii Dudley Warner, and " CarllsU....; Darls. Iltaitratel by William collection ol contemorary letter f Ot a in 8 OS pu " Johoso'iM .ti' a Early New York and Iiew England Hamilton Gibson; "Ircat American Industrie" ceaefully govern hi eubjee'e The exerulo Stata should make a fund groat enough lo refunded, Prico IS conts per box. For ixlo by 11 7HSH 058 pu So. eonlinoed; "Hoclil hludlea." by Dr. It T. Ely: Mv.lll. lo TO of the right of tuflrag by a person who can prouire every child the opportunity to re runny A MAHtflr. in 7 40 pre There I muclj excyllent Action, Including a further article on Ihe Hallway Problem by conw No or JToTST lYonderful Cares. aeilal by Harold Frederic; stories extending relent writers; dot series of Illustrations br E A. not read the connUtution Hud laws of his ceivo Instruction and every one ahull be Abbey nnd Alfred Panonii articles by K. P. Hoe: Dall thrtugh W. P. UoytA Co., wboleiile and retail Jjruc- - ol Dale, aeterat numbera by fl. C Huunor, J. a? and other attradloni Kx.. Bun 'F.X. Hiro country, nor even road lih own ballot, caused to avail himteif ol ibat opportunity, and therr: and gUta ol ltome, Ua., say: "We hare been selling nwTeuMu.JcelCuaudler abort itories br it L. Harris, Lve Miyitlli. , t aeoi ntraoet fucical It id true that now It in obrinua that at the endef night year Dr, ICIng'a New Discovery, Electric Bitten and SllnJeweit. Octatj Tluoct, U II.T. A. Jaiilror. ;&5aral3Mpn Boyiatu, Mui rtK Tear. " Jontitnti . 6 , MU aod then wo find a man whoe misfortune an entire generation will have received at Bucklen's Arnica Salve for two yeaia. IUto nsv- UU, Ut W.VIH). rajpm " (Ui,U ... J7am 3 Hariior'n Weekly ..M. ' ..SI CO Notahlo aptclul iuptr to be published 28 pn I2 " llllcrburc yr-lllaHarper'a Migaxluo. Ijih beiwi in be raUed up without echoM leHt a common eohcol education and an cr bandied goodi that sell ai well, or give tuch lyareK A Walker's it . 1 ..M....M tu 2CPW oil andMlJia. Dr Arr Parl . .... SIT 1S ! S Ilia m j ik imi.a . ...., nnrasua cant Ionian ujlio.lers; Mr. Jotn Harei'Biir nM 00 .. by resson of extra entire generation wilt have become advu uuiTerrai aiuiiacuon. a acre nave been tome Lexington. ... inc. who, j; C5 ......( m 0 10 pm wonderlul curei effected by these medicine In this C. Itopea' on the Portrait ol Qieisr, Captain Harper' Young People (M4 2 DO Greenn's on Coast Defence, etc , etc. ordinary, natural iotelleot and his Kod cates of the cause of education. We would city. i-- - II 80 a m .1 no !. nj Sereralcaiet of pronounced Consumption fciinxKn'sMaaaziNi: will be pub'lsbed at II llarpcr'aFwnlllnKiuare Library one year, Minn with intelligent peop'e n very well then have in this country a whole genera- have been entirely cured by the or IM numbers; jfj t uieof a low bot-tl- a year, anya ceuli a copy, eub'ctipiloui way be cnl to newalraliror bookseller, or to informed in toward to pollticil nubjecU and tion of educated pariuts, Ererv person of Dr. Klcg'i New DUiorery, taken la connecUirptr'i Hando AnlyBerlei, ooe year (53 cn.ini.KHand Numbers) ....M .... is capable of mtkiat: a jadlcious and neasi-bl- e kuor that it is only among uneducated tion with Electric BItterf. We guarantee them LiniKEs, 713 tivninxKivs hoxh. hn tl3 oo Broadway Nw Vork. (1) Bat no people that indifference in regard to Itiorr-in- g always. Sold by Fenny A McAlliter. Uio of hii privilege aa a voter. Post to all lubjerlbtri In the Ucl'ed freo ifl found, while.'on ) vu'j Elatei or Canada. tbe contrary, it Is " Icj, one will deny that such caies are exception uatieru ctl- An Enterprising, Reliable Houso. Tho volumes of tha Msgsrlne begin with the Y THE urnbera for Juno and Deeember of each year a. It is witblo tbe observation of all of only in rare inetances that we meet anch Fenny A JIoAllitar cm alwayi be relied upon Wuon no time Is eprclflei', eubicrlptloni will begin us that buidreda of men aro regularly ex indifference on the part of parents who not only to carry In itock the boit of every thing with the Number current at time of receipt of order. have received tbe bentfr of education. biittOBOcurelhe Agcnoy foriuch articles at bare in this counercising tho right of enffrage . T0"?" ticket and baegag ehockoJ m ... Bound Voliimwof Harper's Jfagsx'ne, for three merit, and aro popular with tbe peo try who know nothing whatever about the Very few intelligent parents would permit ple, yean bfck, In neat cloth binding, will bn ttent by theroby luititnlng tbe reputation otbolng al y of th. mall, pcalpald, on rectlpt or S3 to por volume. comp.,;i,oV"1,"'"' "" character of our institutions,1 nothing about their children to grow up in ignorance even ways euterprlslug and over reliable. Having aolhCitees, for binding, 80 ccnti cch-- by mall, the functions of the officers whom they help la the absence of any echool facilities, but the Agoncy for tho eclobrated Dr. King'i Index to Hamer'i aftcaxtnA. Alnhilntleil. .in. s to elect by tbetr votes, and not unfrcquent rather tban do so would teach their own New Dlicorery for Consumrtloa, will sell lt on a alrtlcil. and Classified for Voluniei I m ia. in. il K. uWx-Sgpositive guarantee. It will surely euro any and cluilre, froui June, 1850, lo June, 18S3, one vol.. So I thiak myself justified in the Oeneral OlOtva, Cbvlngton, Ky. Jy have to bs told after their arrival at the families 8to, Cloth, SI 00. every aUKtionol the Throat, Lungi and Cheit, ltetulttanc ihou d be made by PostolUco Monpol fl the names of the candidates and of the conclusion that with one' generation of our and to show our confidence, welnrlta you to call ey Order or Draft, to aroli ebance of loss But I pjoplo fairly educated illiteracy would bo nd get a Trial Bottle Free. office for which they are tunning newspaper rro not to cope inn ailTerllsstnent (1) rltbout ue txpri is oiucr or Harper & Brothers. need not aud will not dwell on this polo'. forevor banished from the land; and from VfrrA - "JT V A .Zm e.y' s.a3aa? Oroeo'i tioldcu Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at AddresaUAI PhKA HUU1UKI New .York. all thee considerations I deduce the fur 60c, at McBoberti J: 8tgg'. The itnporiaoc) and neceity of enllthtei ed tufFMge are too palbablo to require il ther conclusion that Federal aid given in How Is your blood? Dw Mresn'a j:, " "n, euiH c. tve manner proposed by the Blair Bill (bnt For aala by McBoberti A 8U?g at 3 1. Sinapirllla Inetration. CoSruml IkIuiIooi. Daslit t.t nuw look fcr a moment at the msro libjrallr), eo far from having the ef Let us BVANlroilD, KY. Use Green Cough Balsam fur couzhi and colds. lucid.a IA. NAME paper" condition of the voting population of tbe feet, as predicted, of discouraging and pro- PilceSOc. For sale by Mcltoborta A Stagg. Hold by Druaal.u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL . u Green's Electric Oil cures all aches and pMni, Southern States in respect to their intelli ducing indifference and cozllgence with rerrcrr wben. A.i W. WALTON. the painful appre tard lo the cause of education, would havo For silo by McBoberti A BUgg at 80c. For file by Dr. M L. BODKNE, tenc9 and eee whether And tbe LouliTille Blanford. bennions which eomeof us feel are justified a verv powerful effect in the opposite di I published every Tueediy nnd Friday at tie Woekly Courier-Journ- al And just here let ma ask. even if by the actual state of facte as they exist in rection low price of that region. In 11 ot tboie States (includ- I'.wera o cost $200,000,000 of Federal Wheu Baby wa sick, wo gavo ber Caatoria, TWO I)07,TsAR$ PER YEAR. One jr ar for only gll-t- wo pricepipcra for little more than the ing Kentucky), the ratio of illllleratevoteiB mouey to cleat this country of the curie ot WLen she ww of one. rt to IMVS.V a Child, ibe cried for Castorla, BWOfuuii.,4 oo, (tbo e who can not write) is 25 per cent , or illiteracy, North and South and ererj-whe- re, When abo bocame Mitt, gfW aueauleum, ,1 abS,.h,5Ji.,oU ahe cluns to Caatorla. By pujliig us?3 you will reelre lor on year when did tho government ever make xlfqiiilf,B, u one out of every four; in 10 of tbeta it is lavJ vrtnifty iu your horiiD paper with the 'Wbcu alio had CUUdron, .ho garo Uiera l, lb Aleelt Ji tlsk, Casloria, eo good and beneficial an investment as represeniatlra newspaper of Ihe South, democratever SO pr cent, and in 0 of them It is over ic and furatarllf for rorenue unly, aud th boat, L CtaelaaaU.HM 0l ALL CLXSSU- J. B. 47 per cent. Of all the voter in the 10 that would bt? brlzbtestand ablest famllr weekfr In tli rTni.,l Htatea. Tbui who duslre to lixamlne a latsule S4ldliyDrutltt Dic.1830. Neatly and Cheaply Exooutod. Southern Blatw 32 per ceut. rmbt at one- can do so at tbla o3ue. (Of y of t.1 Ceurlor-Journ!! 1,00, Sranod BAHRmn couitrr upahjmsnt. DEUOHTIN CNfllST, ftWw T ac-o- rd Horse Shoer! tti eh i a MTEHS HOTEL, sTAirroap. kt. K lropr bell-houn- R& and Still lt Reputation, ltl ?ar, r. o L: & N. TRUNK E. A Big Offer! Wo-nlcoc- UNI tram-formatlo- u, cr SOUTH & WEST m ue-ce'- ity lou-icil- wm - off-prin-g POWDER Absolutely Pure. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS iWU COM lo-f- rr i, 3fl BooTu-BfiOaa- &?-- - c. - " ed tim..rr .... liiliul tl .. I ' con-cefe- HARPER'S MAGAZINE. "'l jiXJlJOjnj j ... . "'' ex-M- Oous-eroeu- Ml-M- ij:""'" ta, ) UOOTH-boil- D . ui "j" ci 7, sSSSs.iRMa5Ba Wl SEMI-WEEKL- well-kno- JZ'Vky r m Interior Journal P. PENNYROYAL PILLS A 4Jouibiiiatio .fc;. :cMz7i&z?:r.i Fro'r. JOB V03R.3ESL "''' Courier-Journa- et al m rf. w -- . neiinn yr'iiitn I'lrws n i?ifc jtilasj tymmmh .'-j- l Uw.