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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887010701 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 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t &?&& !- - r w..,m L . y i,. ,;;. r;i.Tl v;, .'-M - ', ... M. ,s,,y v 'V H Semi 0 VOL. XIV. Stmi-35tcehlnln!eri0r 9 IcB kin A litofwf Jmtfnal e STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, ourna I 1887. NO. 102. II h y Visit to Rockcastle. M7 VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. II. K. TAY1.UK, Ultor of the Interior Journal. NOTICE TO CREDITORS -- Only two prisoners re In our jail at I hope.you will allow me, who in days Of LOO AN COUN TY. Is a Candfdsle or OP THE the office pfBuprintndi.nt of I'unlleslnitructloa, aubleot of yore wai one of the urchins of Rockcas present. FublinUeil TncdnVH find Jh'rtilau the Democrats HtateConVsatlon. Circuit Oatirt courenes here next Mon- LINCOLN LAND tie county, to give your readers, especially COMPANY. AT those of that county, a short sketch ol a day, 8th inst. 63 1'QHANNUM, CAHH. Dr Jas. W.Grant will be In Mt. Ver r Ar .r"00' halnic debts agilnit the Lincoln recent visit amonir friendi and relatives ol 10 tireieni , 1 Bargain. u ,rp ... nitu.u ai"unomce in Bunionl, Ky.taein to nderitood If we credit lbatli.50 rill bs z eirly boyhood. It teems n long time ago, nan next week at circuit court. - Tj. It pctfl and demanded. A The schools are about all out and the . It'll 1'realJent, Ii0lrjr ,,r e Pr're'r In Btanford, Ky., a very and yet not so very long either, (only 21 ,87l1- residence with seven rosins vearn) when we bade adieu to friends and teachers are wanting their rnaney. ,he dwr! ubl". smokehouse. Z'11 aL".1" W. P. WALTON- Little Lloyd Maret is sick with mala scenes of childnood and cast our lot among of ground In the lot. 5VL. Ac., an terms, apply to rial fever and a child of Rsv J Carmich- Ji. a. A LPtHS!? the good people of Lincoln. 1M Agent for J. It. Allord. Ho with that over recurring desire to ael is low with typhoid fever Tne prize of a sewing machine was I am dally opening an elegant line of Fall Millinvisit annually thoe scenes Hnd frienda so ery, Including ill awarded to ticket No. 1100 held by Mia dear, we donned our pouch and gun, board U A Sowder, at the store of L. B. Adams Tho Latest eJ the sauth-haunpassenger on WednesNovelties of tho Season. MT VERNON, KY. day last ami hied away to our once moun- Jan. 1st. Also Notions, such as Hsnd T. T. Wallace has returned from Gar- and Cuff, itacwog Corset., kerchiefs. Collsrs tain home. A Ituut had baen arranged by Bustle., etc. n 0i I'HAIHK TIIJ3 o'eI i still main. oxpjctant friends, who aro ever ready to rard. Mr. Fannie Adams returned from will rind me at the rooms lately racaled by Bujl- rePU"U'n Cb" nable. Special attention to the Laulsville Tuesday. Judge Lair has about contribute to the pleasure of those with KA TIS It VI) I) Kit A It. traveling public. (Continued Irora U'tliius.) 3l' '' NF'm:S."" Prif.TOW Truu nm "S lBOf! whom they coma In cantact. Sa early recovered. 83m . idiuuo, it j. -- Andy Mason, who had his' ankle so Tnursday morning the word ready wax Inteiuou. Fulton Is a pretty pines Id badly crushed between two tram cars on pasaed around the circle of thoae eagr for summer. Toe lilH along the river's brlok runn biclc in the sparl, when abjve Inlfil.zaa Hiatts, Rrush Creek some time'since, is rapidly im .r.7'c?lJDS.t?e?'uearM' "eJge Co.. of Vcr- JB3. lb9 PU'I proving nnd will soon be around on his canTa',',? h t Hoiiks and McClars great and small, hill lots, furnhhing unlimited building eile. In fuel, the houses of Fu -to the anxloui call and sallied crutches. Wm. Poynter brought a very large Patent Combined "Wire & Hedge Fence. ton each occupy separate knolls, without forth in quest of such small game aj might The Photographer, psrehanct come in our way. We had guns owl to town Tuesday and says he'found it order, facing quailrivlouslr, according to ofdiflsreal kind., length., qualitiei and in his barn yard with a large hen fast in its rfmn-the eeveral "sweet will." of their owner; 7lc' ln m,Dy adJnt countlM. it e freDrcseniatlr.md wealthy cillbrea. Daof variouaeizM, spiles and claws which it was not able to fly with and and bu.lnea, - but when the leaves are out and caltaue, ulen of oxford ad oth r couSles cipabilities. Msn who would fire for the suffered itself to be caught before it would peeplnit white between the forost trees, yuu " 7C" "cmn'Mded to u. Mr. Tribblo will Uke pleasure iactllin on all Interested on release its held on the fowl, Bake of a repart; others who were could hardly Imagine a (tweeter lookinu sure to h.n the troage of or popple B neratly. .9(Mm -- The first of the year is my time to baZ their game regardless of briars, brush hamlet. For it in only tliia a score of Made or distance. But, unfortunately for ua. settle and open new accounts. families conslitulinu the population of this All ac counts not paid by Jan. 15 will be found when in the highejt exhuberencs of Isolated village It atands on the first ol COMMERCIAL HOTEL joy, the sleet and rain put an end to the fullest in the office Please call and settle at once three elevations, well known at the 'Chick A. BY J. W.ADAMS, enjoyment of our arrangements; not how- and save further annoyance. F. L, Thomp-Bon- . miw Ulufl." Kuidolph, ten milea below, MoKINNJBY, - ii built on the aecand, while Meinphie ocever before a sufficient quantity of pheas 2 Pquire Pike, of Pine Hill, is after cupies the third, hares, etc., had been bagged to fur ant, mf,lmfi"''7 I"1":1"1! In tHs bolel and have THE INTERIOR JOURNAL many Improvements It. nisha repast lit for the gods, especially thesa who failed to work the 8late road BTEAMEnOoAIlOMA, I)c. 30h.- -I Qnlth I 10 kerp everything in last year. This is as it should be. It is and Intend only moderate charges. irl when so well prepared by the make my letter on our way to Memphii. We led cousins of And tbe Louisville the gentler Six, so well set off by all that not right to force some to work or furnish knti ihiT8 b?n of,n ,he ro,d 'or several yean I our dear Fulton friends this afternjjc with &e Interest trTI" men. and I wift mike to stop with me. or fancy could crave, among which substitutes and let others off, as is often the it to t appettie ll that lingering regret that true 180. 1 yr Weekly lot e eo case with some overseers in and around this were cakei, custards, fruits and well knowr. floats, place. Two of the parties who were fined he ivily dashed, that caused one to One year for only 83-- t0 Ojr brief mealing was verr blessed". We exclaim, pSpcr, for ttJ more than the price oone. "Oh for a greater capacity." The bunt be went to jail in preference lo paying. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, had our servicei in the pretty PresbrterUn Dr. J. J. Brown is on the sick list. J. ing sa speedily brought to a close wo wend-e- d caurcn, which lhaeldeM ourtejuilr By paying us J3 you O' X.4NCANTKK, KT. our way to (be home of a dear relative B. Fish came in Wednesday from Pine-vill- e your home paper with will receive otor ona 'thf tbe Courier-JA cyclone Clew their urMl and reports roads in very bad condi CAPITAL - - 0f ,ha at Mt. Vernon, wham rheumatism keom in first building toirsgmsnta twj yer ago, 8i:W,0(JOO0 icaBiiiora lann for revenue only, and doors this kind of weather of severe chan-ge- tion and the construction on the extension but the present eJifice promptly replaceJ it Tho108w1hanti,l!," .wk in th. omtt uiaiesi This amk solicit; accounts of indliidnils. examine a there to have repeated the same hospi- - is being considerably retarded on account firms copy of th. Courier-Journand a lovely little church it Is. can do w at this oSct and corporations. facilities lamy ao characteristic of the peaple of of being unable to get supplies from the lections, In .11 parts Iu the United,0, nuking coi. The weather was ainply horrible nearly of States, are iSacxcastle. 80 after spending a few hours railroad to the camps. W. J. Neweombi the whole time, bat the paopU turned ou and cutoaers are at all times granted one of Mt. Vernon's boys, writes us that he any reasonable accommodations they see in living oyer again tho good old daya bravelv, excepting day before yejterday, proper of twenty year ago, we wended our way has a position with the G. C. & 8. F. road toaik. We beg to offer our services to the citiwhin the ileet rendered locomotiou too zens ol neighboring counties, without Banking Concert Grand, through a driving snowstorm to the depot as telegraph operator at their machine dangerous, and the eerricei were inter- -hacih mat in j oaitneta lent shops in Galveston. about 11 o'clock p. m , there to take the us ibftll at ill Unit hare prompt Parlor Grand, mitted. and faithful night express for Stanford, the city under Baby Grand, Msjar C. H. Bracket, a Vickaburg man Yeelerday there wa .light improve the hill, not however before forming the who owns a string of race hcraee, thinks DIUECTOU8: mnt and even the ladies ventured to Upright Grand, acquaintance of Mr. James Maret and that he has1 a mascot somewhere around his mount the ilippery hill on which the Square Grand. J. M. HIOGINBOTHAM, assistant, the boss railroad agents of the stables. He wanted to send his horses to LEWIS Y LEAVELL, JOEL J. church elands. But It was attendance uo Wo ire opening the most carefully selected, WALKER. tbo finest and best stock of age, who know so well how to entertain and New Orleans on tne steamer J. M. White, JS.JOUNbON, J. W.L01AN, der difficulties, that would, under ordinart L. F. HUBBLE, T. M. ABKOLD. arrange for the comfort of thoie in waiting but he couldn't get them ready, and to circumstance, haTe been deemed insurPIANOS AND ORGANS JOS. 8IMPJO.V, b. O. MULLIN8. and with whom they have to deal. when the steamer burned his horses were mountable. Will Ilrne and Joe Butler Winoxa, Miss, Jan. 1, 1837,-D- kar Fh'."0"?1ant0artist c,,3r iT7 fnittument U We can not, nay, we will not close this not there. Tnen he made arrangements to found at the Tillage store a couple of ps.ra We are off in an hour to Carroll-ton- , and prices range from 10 to 25 percent. lower tnan other dealers of what are technicscslly known m "creep same goods. Persons ol musical and ask lor thi our immediate destination, by hick scribble without the mention of a rare ship them by a certain train on the Louisart M. HIGOtNBOrHAM.PHEST. ar Invited to an inspection of ibe beautiful,culture euIU- ere," or a spike arrangement, fastening on It ia a 14'inlle ride aud we are in the midst hour spent at the residence of Mrs. Angle ville, New Orleans A Texas Railroad, but J. LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, ",l dtl,lU' thM9 M ta!& the sole of the boat, and analagous to "frost of a regular bliuird, with the wind due Clark, a charming widow and a lifelong he missed the train which a few hours afJ. P. SANDIFEB, CA8UIEB, B. F. I! UDSON, TELLER. Tlio World-rcnotru"tie- - tor a horse. Tneso indefatigable north. It blew up last night, as if in frieid friend, who after the campllments of the terwards was wrecked. At last he got the Kuabc, the Faevening and a few moments in animated racers away and a day or two afterwards joung geutlemsa undertook to push and punuit of our flying troupe. mous Decker & Son, the Popular Et-erMACK BRUCE8 pull the congregation up the more impass From Memphis we rame across country convention, invited us into the spacious the stables at Vicksburg were completely and the Reliable Now L'nglan burned with their contents. paru ol the acclivity, and accomplish by the M D.AA II R (which means Mem dining room, as we thought for a tete I'luuos, ible when lo, we beheld, alreadv nrenared. d their object most gallantly. phis, Birmingham A Atlanta), striking the A piano with case made entirely of paper Buggy & Implement House. The Celebrated Oloagh and Warren a flowing bawl of-and just guess, and We accept the respectful, earnwt hearing Illinois Central at Holly Springs. It is a Is a recent German production. As dethe John Oliuroh ci Co. Organs. it a golden New Year's cake of huge little over two hours' rlde; At II 8. we me irans questioning and the onfession of scribed, tho color ia a creamy white, the riewe communicate with us for catalogues, term I Have now- onviciion on the put of our listeners, as a changed cars and came the rest of the way dimensions and delicious flavor, with a re- tone is reported to be characterized bv lay of sparkling fluid from apples dietllled, fayorable omen of the further acceptance to Winona without further nhlfting -i- each 8. it. d L. J. COOK, Hpetlal Ag'U, sweetness rather than loudness; the sound A Pull ol 01 wntcn we partook until sufficiently Lino of Whoat Drills and ing here abjut 10 o'clock list night. fill emitted, unlike the our gonial m ihnrjjimy Mjutu OrUOSE It. RICUAUDoU'tficI' short, broken note of other Agrioultural Implomonts, Keferences: A. B. Tenny, Mrs E.M. CarpenFound mast pleatant quarters at the oJ. Bat lest Mrs. Mc. should see these tho ordinary piano, being, We withheld nothing of the blessed soft, full and ter, J. M. Fhlllpi.J. M. Aloore and James Beaa-lelines we had better desist. Moore things the dear LORD 'na naar Htaniorj; Mrs. Maggio Holuies. Crab Orch. slightly continuous, somewhat resembling tauht u; and for timeHotel, on thethe depot, and made up We we glad to notice a radlcalj . Besides a ardj Oen. W. J. Landram and Mlis Liwte Uuff. lost Cad that the restless Mississippi, by chance that of the organ. This modjfication of tone we bjir, n there man, Lancatr, Ky. lSS-ltussle for the better in the morals and quietude weloimeJ by "wetrr ana hei sleeping long and saundly on tho very beH which must be considered as attractive, is Fall line ol Baggies of the county from the past year or aud Wagons of beds vv hdeu"oncK, whose Imria and lives so. attributed to the evenness of texture of went the The country between Memphis and Hol- There seems to be a fixed determination on compressed paper. rip anl re idy for the good news. And Always on liand. In coCuoctlon with my that Hhtll be our cumulation for the rebufl. ly Springs, until w lost sight of It in the the part of the gaodcitlxmsto see that the builness, I will also carry a laws are executed, drunkenness and A Chicago drummer tells of a merchant crime that the)lo,-in- i greet in with wnnrerer we darkness, seemed the typical cotton land of Complete Stock or Lumber, UHIO thab'o'ith, which, at thisaeuon of theysr, abalished, and a return to the good old in Walnut, III., who, beinv prosperous and MISSISSIPPI fl. Ifl We hops to gel to Meaiphl abaut mil. is anything but uheerful to look days of peace and harmony, nnd nlsn to a heavy buyer, is well treated by tho com- Both rough ml dressed. Trices on everything 31 at, with Thodlrcct through line and old established routs night. Tneac afieruooti lo lie deul BtaKs Btauding in the row, picked Htibscribe for and read the Interiok Jourt-NA- L mercial travelers and hsH many a cigar ofliow as any one. from fered to him Crr)ton, I). V. Krer in Jwue, lie always takes the cigar, I clean, or with a few ragged balls hanging Frank McCi.Anv. solicit a hre o'f your patronage Respectfully Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii says 'It's against my principles to smoke wilh depressed heads, oh if thoy felt the Hko. O. DAriNw. and all points in the West. , Following is from liuury Watlerson's ,,2-,r- r . Jl. ItJtVCE. in businrsi hour;; I'll smoke this after eup O.vyoio IIoiMK, Mempniii, Djc. 1!1, 1SS0. slight of having bion ovoriookel anl led New Year editorial: Two (2) Daily Trains from to 8t. Louis. "There was a alory per," aud when he gets a hundred puts Three (3) Ually Trains from Cincinnati Dkaii Intkhior -- I had hardly umiied out in the cold. The recently fallen rain in tho papers the other dav of h party them in a box and sells to tit. Loula. them to n train boy my letter on botrd tha 'Cjah.imV' 11 fills thu furroivj biten, with yellow which used to dine Only 10 horns from lulsvlllo and ClncinnaU together in Paris. As on tue Burlington road for ! half price. to it. Louis. night belore acmimon Mieiaiippi expert. streaks of clay stained w.tar; and where the succet-sivmembers dropped oil their pla. I cauntry Is broken, the Horn out fields are ces were (..!. in unn. u.niuD, ... Tho Only Lino by whioh you can A would-b- e ueiiHB joe, mm i)'ii an fashionable haa issued five still prepared hik! no fresh guesls t0 ""W.VIP r a.l ,by got a Throujrh Slooping Car eod ii aur running, ttlt it lifted. 0 ir bum gaahed with deep gullien, washtil out by invited to fill them; nnd thus, on tho Isat hundred cards for a wedding, but aa the Iteaj.n: II urne bj Just received direct from bad an electric lghl on hor bow used for frequent ram fall?. From Clnclnatl to3t. lxuls. occasion, a solitary old man was dining by liride is in mourning, the cards are deeply lorlt City the uicrst aud lot over brought lot !! neck nl the w ods, All is new and utrange in this Southern him.elf, with landing purp.w and very brilliant. I bordered in htack. This miy he the rateat n scare of empty chnlrs set Tnou ehalt bur I he medicines from llourne O & TVT '"tboonly llnarunnlnj Irom LoulivillS works 0.1 a ewivel and the effect, m in re ounlry. Calton, cation overywhero Tg round the table. Most of us K'ssons Jlourno'sgools ar jiuro. Thy crszs, bat we do not envy the bridegroom U and Cincinnati to hi. Liiuls, all ly can find other routes boine too valuable to tm ha Hfi .! 1..'.,,.., r i... life .. IUIU .VHM.UWI lUl'l made up of a combination ul small roaili. volving it alternately light up ortionn of of it strew tho streets aud litter the railway enough in life without wishing to feelinjj. Many wedding me. it ia true, depots. Mule abound. Tne colored race embody in eo Thou ahalt mirrv soon , very toon. ttjo lunk, it parlicularly etriking. it ghastly h ceremony. But mournful occasions, but it ddeii not do to Ht'SSon: ThncnniA I nnn .na.lrnil. MlaslsIrj)l Hallway runs Palatial l.td . i j Tie Ohio i31eeplu Cars ou niJ6t trains; l.uiunant ParNivlgatlonon th Frtther of Waters Ht swarm out on every hand, Of course I every aunual feast necewarily p.artahes adverliso their character beforehand in thia winter anl Uourne'a toilet Articles 1U make of lor Cars on day trains: thte beautiful above thy le lows. (It thou dui Day Coacn-e- s night id altogether governed b the govern' must know something bjforo I writo about the samo character. The chalra on all tralur. are invisi- conspicuous niaiiuer. - Jewish MeeaeiiRcr. not .le Ire to marry, thou oorl desire to bo envied became of my beauty. Direct and closo councetious ,ro madoln UNION , ment light, nrranged at euitable pomti on it I rod thia lusty ecrtwl en routo to let ble es well us the gtiestr; but Thou shall go bunting and fijhln tho friends DKI'lUd with diverging lines br iheOri M. ' The "boiled bliztird,;' which haa had the the Bourno ba ahore. It is muchaafer than in the olden d vr frendj know that wo are ail well, hap who have gono over to the materials italliray, thus avoiding troblesoafe trans- -' msjarity are honor of freqtjent uientton in all the Thou .bslt have A bjby. a fijdle, an sreordlon, s fors by other routes: time, and the "snag" busine is iilmnt bro p, hop fill. Way should wnol be, with percetvaoie to the mind's eye bo clearly of tho country, wss ehot and killed wntUi'l'elJy?1'5' ,fSmM' "C,Ur"' l"0" Tho Ohio A Mlwleslppl Hallway la the only Una ken up by theetoady patrol kept up by the aUolvvnan LOVK and N .thin.; else? thai we have no need to advertise between Louisville, Uncluii.ul and at. Loul the fact during the tto'iil 17a b John C. Carritmton evfr",rSug'nu,obb4..nrrd.tlle fl"e,t l0t f CaDalM under one management, running all Its Oko O Haunrj anngboali, which with peculiar and pawerful KferinJeui, by external Hvmb)Ifralion. trains through solid and in tuiliequeuce Tne melan at Tunis, Texas. Tho bell worn by the TiH.u.iu.i inv In mind (bat 1'oiirno Ii the Is recognized First-clamachinery, manage to tear up the4o peils of Itoutu beelTerui iu.u (except br. Coi) and the bin una A man might as well cammit suicide as choly which tcslifjis lo tho unseen tween thoio Cities. blunrd had thu date "1S79" ecralched up tudnul with H'.eamboaling from Ihrir anchorage and meal from the United Suites Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for should not Indeed make a heal-th- y on Government "lliMct rtd, violets blue. it, together with thrre initials, lull particulars as to rates, time, maps, clrculnra drag them out of tho channel. OouruH a lathe plate lor you, -- Sbakfiioare mind eympalhetlc. It may soften, but or tne Atlanta ,xprtMS Ujuipauv, ! e In f.ti. Hie half ot hlj glories and fine goods or any desired Information, or write to Iijt a fog is etuiply uumanagjable. It Government haa unlimited resources, and not quench, the spirits; and even A flucU of btackbirda that lately pased have uot been told thea. KiitJT. II. F.jKMAN, a connois to AM. li'y.Ko. trset.Ky. ,.??!: P.", coverol U4 in mld'Streim Uit night, blot-tin- g it will laiut thieves, no matter what it eeur in mohnchuiy, like Jaquos, over EJeuton lijy, North Carolina, waa so JOHN F. JUKMAKH, W.B.8HATXU& may feel I'res. tud Uen'l it.u'gr, Oin. Pass. Aet. out the friendly lighti on ahore; and outs, and punish litem if caught. It nev himself in harmony with childish convivi-alitthick ae to obscure the heivena like a dark Uucinuitt!, O. lililK 1 llVWII'li.A.li. then It wh a crops for the bank and a hunt oruoinpromises. Thu same ia true of the cloud. Tho Hock ia eiid to have been three If he can not quite eiiaro it, neither X K1M'I.'I feSTt' for 11 good place to tie up till morning. Adams Kxpresa Company. It has not as neod it jar upon him. Let us then bo up milea in length Hnd nearly a hundred yardx 8TANKOKD, KY. Tlie llUYKItS' fiL'irjK U The electric gleam nould only penetrate much money as the United States, but it and doinc, with a heart for hiiy fate, in width, and the notso it wade in passicR nnd lasnrtl and JlunJi, (llSto BjiiIIj side Msln Ptrect, two uoori b the dene bank of mtet for a few , af a uiit-litwind. and hits mare push and urtt It hunts thieve,! com intio to eat drink and be merry, for to- was like the rmti each year. t.if;fis low thoMyeis Hotjl, 8a-"for half an hour we wore quito oxclted, ai regardless of coat and never fails to ' 11,'i inches, with over I'iiip catch morrow we die, just a,i ntn forefathers did, Cilifornia haa becouie lucre famous for nr,u Nitrous (Utile Oat artiulnlin'itv' wneo 3,600 UliiatrnlUiiM a tnl. wo drifted at the mercy of tlio them, The man. is a fcul, therefoiu. who and our great grandchildren will do, v hole Picture Clnllrrr. world i's urspes aud other fruiiH than for its yield GIV12S Wliolcaalo Prl, r- gurgliiu, pltyleiifltraam Once wo werti steals from that company. It would spend without end, amen." of xold. Of the 176,000 tons of grapes to consumers un all f;uoil for tllrcrt nearly on. htizosnaf, thtt rois, donble-arme- d, hlty thousand ilollamtocitch a ona thnn persouul or fumtly me. Telia lunv to in the Stile last eeaeon, 15 000 tone Thurmati is seventy-twRecently r aluiotna high as the upper guards. aand dollar thief.were stolen over cirtler, anil gtrca exact cost of cr.ry-th- ln thousand dollars tvere shipped East. The yield of prune. from it. The yesrs old, worth $100,000 "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." liave you siM cut, drliilc, or It wai a narrow eape. At last the elec-tr- lo thieves aro all in jail. Hixly thounnd mits that ho would like and frankly ad- ieache, apricot, applea nd figs was also fua vrllh. Tlirse IATALVA1ILU to be presldeut. . Iliti OrlKluul mill Only (leiiiilur. Gar lika a great larjje. 8.j u I Uji Brllibl Hfwimcf woHlilr. Imluilou. IJIMIICh roiilolu liifornintlon KkuneU 170, looking around dollars of the stolen money has bcn r He is making J20 000 a year, it is said, n "' rMl from Uif t.'H" '.'' l.nlUn .nd oa olhrf-- or IulIo '4. irlll moll murkrtii of llm ivorl.l. XV ". In every direction, sighted the Hteep, muddy covered. It was an expensive job, but the Buch a crowd of uninvited guests rushed a copy FRHIS to uuy ml-policy of the nxpro a company U to catch legal ndvixor to his professional brethren bank, and glaring eagerly up and down, NAME PAPER. 'blrhlrr CKfmlc.l UL lUCUd io utnvr into the cathedral at New Orleans to iiimii KB I O Mudl.un punish tho thieves regardless of cost who visit Columbus from all parts of the and uurr, S't, rxiimau of iiiuUlug'. Let us hear a aiarriaue, thu prills ordered the B0:ghl n suitable epot for tl.o 'Coahoma to This is tlieo nly way iu which it can nroteet Stale to consult Hold bv llmcicl-- l. evrrywherr. Ul ft.r chl.het you. him. Hib fee in such cases liRhts oxtincuishod aud performed the litarxctfully, lr l.niilUU" I'linijroj-- l I'llU TiD.rti. thrmt in hor bjiv. Toe clear white light tteeit. is never los than $100. wremony at the brido'u reeideticei For sale by Dr. M.L. IIOUUNE, MONTGOMERY WARriNNatx. To the GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE IiUItn. l)iu blufj-perpemli- cular ua 1 illuminated the dense forest and the bare sycamore trunks wero lit up with a weird effect, that was almost ghoHtljr to oumtraln ed vision and tautened nerres. One can tavo no idol what the "wild midnight" on Mississippi Id, until they have been there. We praised the dear LORD with thankful hearts when the pilot picked bU poljtho colored bat hands struggled up the bank with the alack of the m wring ci ble, aud we wsre fast to a stout (roaonre, and still, Hero we lay a couple of boura of rtepite lo the weary crew, until the steadily falling rain seemed to melt the foz; the ig nal"iig1jt along the shore" ones mire re appeared; the tired uun were arjmel re luciantly, after much hoiraa shouting an! swearin;, and IheCiahoma eteamed rapidly down the river, ai if the mists were in ful pursuit and she were ahowiag thom " clean pair of heak" 8 wa raced into Memphis two hours late, and were permit tod a few hojr of slumber, till daylight, and the Iner jrabla stewirdmi awske 111. Our good friend, Jos Duller, came divn to the city with u a busineu and pleasure trip combine!. No words can tell how un wearedly kind the dear fellow has been to us for the week just past. He his been "Sister Rasa's" right hand rain in enter ttining thetroupa. Nothing in the shape of a want escaped his notic?; and with a charming cheerfulne, above all praise, he laid hlrmelf out to make us comfot table and happy. He goes back on the Ciahoma tonight, afterseelng us ofl, by the IM5 p. M. train for our deilination. The "Sunny 8auih" is a huge joke just now. I think wo have had a "spell" of the most villianoua weather I eyer saw, since we turned our faces hitherward. Memphis Is sloppy and raw to an intense degree now, while not a sightly city at Its beat. We are glad to get od the terrible river, much as wc have enjoyed our trip down. Hji it Is treacherous and horrible, ever, though grand and awful in lU vastnass; its resist less rusb; its restless change ct channe ; and the tremendous energy with which it bears down all committed to its current's pwer. Singular as it may seem as drink ing water it is unsurpassed in delicious. nes. I prefer it even to the purest spring or cistern, uninviting as it looks, turbid and yellow in the glass. I bad hoped to see my old friend and clasumate, Tom Hrowi, in Memphis, bat he is gone to Washington on legal business His good wife, nee Miss Sallle Craig, of Boyle, and eldest son, Grattan, are in the psrlor of the Qayoso, talking to the other members of the troupe as I write thia Qko O. Baiines Efer in Jesus, ' ,riw For Sale " ata 1 d WJSWCOJIB HOTEL '"?" J'u weII-kD0- V. It. Tit IK km;, "",n. '" p'0 II. FOX, . to Order. X" Danville, Frames Iy. ! Grand Combination KY. first-cla- Courier Jo urnal s, al PIANOS ! OPPICEHS: '' " cd ett well y, O. & M. I ... ... FIVE COJIAI A1VBS cu-.,p- A'LZ Thft mel-cbo- t news-piper- ss y, MfltGEON fk A" jr-rda- ? i ii A Aa pro-duc- eL-lu- o PENNYROYAL PILL nr, Jf iJ.f, (l .L wit-ne- m t. .... Btsnforl. j t 4 1 ( - ..4 iV- M- y&m:. $ - yS V v M i. N t N v V V v U!urtU. &wi-8JtceH- fi :. Tits $nfmor$onrtnt! - The result of the republic n caucus in Stanford, Ky January 7, 1887 W. P. WALTON. 4 detail- 1 account of the terrible on tbe Baltimore fc O.lio, mention of which ia made eUewhero in this issue, in col-liai- H H enough to curdle the blood and make the heart atand still. Ttfe fate of two men m .pecially ia nppillinz. They were caught in the debriain eucha manner as to render their extrication impassible and there they lay with the life nearly cnuhed out of them, but perfectly conicioila that their horrible situation was to be intensified bjr clowly burning to death. They Rare their money and names to the conductor before the maddened flames cloeed upon them with derilifh fury, and with the courage of mar tyre met death in its most diabolical form. First their clothing was consumed, then the roasted fleh began to drop from its place and all was over, it is sickening to contemplate and we doeist with horror un What makes the catastrophe measured more dreadful is tho fact that but for the recklepsnexa of the conductor of the freight train it could hate been averted. Surely his worthless life should pay na n.uch as it can the forfeit of his base criminal act. The Louisville Commercial sizes up the blatant demagogue as follows: The demo emtio party could not take up n man les fitted for the office of governor than Senator Berry. He is. a boisterous, noisy, windbag, clothed from head to foot in an armor of egotism and as uncertain as a lottery. The Commercial knows him thoroughly His place in public life should be that of a school trustee, s position that would not anything, and where be cost the could talk to his heart's content. He pates as n statesman and only succeeds in being a blatant demagogue. He claims to be an orator, but he is only a chewer of words and a consumer of time. His idea of a legislator is to further personal ends and gratify political ambition. He is as insincere and as nimble as the traas a weather-van- e ditional ilea. A lig head and a small brain; a big body and a small heart; a vain, vapid cointry lawyer, he stands six feet two in his stocking feet and is every inch a shallow, pompous, pretentious incompetax-paye- rs Liuisyillo was the selection of thU citr ns the plies a id May llih as the dtte for holding a convention to nominate State candidate. Tne representation will ba one del- egate for every 200 votes cast for Blaine and Lotian I. will ba observed that the date is fixed e they will be able to see the democratic hand before making nominations, as our convention occ ira on the 4'.h. W. O Bradley will likely be chosen as the candidate for governor, because he has a more plausible way of shooting ofl his g tali ig than any of the aspirants. Bsatdes, too, he is used to defeat and it won't hurt him as much as it would some of the younger and less tough of tho number. We hope and believe Mr. Bradley is the coming man, The marriage of Secretary Lamir to Mrs. Holt, a Georgia widow, is at last and the country will breathe easier. For months we have been told that the daughters of the estimable lady objected to her forming another matrimonial and in defference to their wishes and Mke a dutiful mother, she had put off the importunate secretary again and again The objections were finally overcome and the couple, who are said to have been lovers before their first marriages, are at last one, until death or the divorce court shall part. The republicans who prate about the finances mismanagement of Kentucky should read Gov. Foraker's message just delivered to the Ohio Legislature. That State ia republican or nothing and yet a debt of $33,000,000 has been run up. The goyernor very naturally therefore asks that a law ba adopted preventing its increase. alii-liance The consideration of Reagan's Interstate Commerce bill ia fixed for January Sth. This is the bill which it is claimed will settle the vexed railroad problem by prohibiting pooling arrangements, charging more for the short than the long haul and and special rates. giving draw-back- s ) fc '. L ) 0 With Kentucky and many of the other States adopting prohibition as fast a they can, it teems a rather hardy thing for R Monarch & Co. to start a new distillery at Owensboro, with $100,000 capital. They are evidently convinced that prohibition will not prohibit. Col. Chevis, the temperance orator, who was given a beating no doubt reeded, by the mayor of Greenville, Ala., has brought tent. suit in the United States couj-- t for $30,000 Refekiukq to the decision favoring the damages. The difficulty grew out of some a republicans in the matter of certifying the slanderous remarks made by Chevis in public speech. election of a lieutenant governor, which the highest court in the State has just renThe Georgetown Times is at last of age, dered, an Indianapolis democratic daily (saving celebrated its 21st birthday on the CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. exclaims, "Damn their cowardly souls, the 1st. That is a long time to serve the pubMr. Sam Hardin has opened a grocery members of the Supreme Court of Indiana lic and no man has the consciousness of formerly ued for a saof their shadow?." If this is not of ssrving it better than Bro. Bell. Here's store in the room are afraid loon. contempt of court, in a most aggravated wishing im and his staunch enft renewed All who are fortunate enough to bare form, we would like to know what is. But success. are busy this week filling them come to think of it, the court that would Mr. Watterson says of his alleged in with ice. make such a deciiion is deserving of the tention to support Blaine: "Surely such Mr. W O. Hansford has bought of upremest contempt. stupid inventions are unworthy of consid- Mr. George DeBorde his property on Stanwheth- ford street for $500 And now comes a Yankee doctor who eration. As well might you ask me 's er I intend to leap lor a wager from the Messrs Sam Hardin's and Will ateerls that catarrh if caused by eating too whisky license expired lat Tuesday filling the sys roof of the Gait Houe." msny Irleh potatoes, thereby tern with starchy matter, which overflows Senator Mitchell, of Pensylvanla, in- and Capt. T. G Moore'a WeJnesday. 'Ihere in town. at the ncse and mouth. The remedy, and troduced a bill in the Senate granting a is not now a single Mr. John Shaw Elmiston went to strange to say he charges nothing for it, is pension of $2,000 a year to Mrs. John A. to Etop eating polatcea and drink a glass of Lognn. ThM is too little, lie Hhould have Junction City tbi week, where he has rewarm lemonade every night till relieved. made it $5,000 at least. Mm, Logan needs ceived an appointment as clerk. Mr Wm. Garnett i quite sick and Buffering greatly All cf which i very important if true. the money so badly. from the canrer that has for several yeara The Hs reem to want it all this time been growing upon hi face. The republicans scored the first victory in tho Indiana Senatorial contest Tuesday, Harris, Holt, Hines and Hindman are, The e'eclion for town trustees, which the Court of Appeals haying decided to candidates for governor, with the back pre- was held at Mr. G W. Jamei' store Jan. 1, refueo to erjoiu the Secretary of Stale cincts yet to hear from. J. W resulted in the choice of agaicst tutting a certificate of election to James, J. II Hutcuiuge, Dau Holmim, P. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Robinson for lieutenant governor. This T Pollard and Dc J. D P itus. The Sunset Cox will succeed Mr. Hewitt on will reduce the democratic majority to one numformer having received the on joint ballot and the republicans, driven the Ways and Meaaa Committee in the ber of vote, will of course ba appointed to disperation,are mean enough to do any IIoiin. Jn a collision on the Southern Pacific chairman. thing to overcome that. Old Santa Clans in his round did not nine Mexicans were caught in h car and And forget the family of the undersigned. legislature is iu session burned to death. The Tenneaaie as he hsd a number of agents to convey his and the greatest difficulty it eeeuts to have The President has signed the appoint all of whom are to face is to choose a librarian out of 05 ment of George R. Bib to be postmaster expressions of kindness, not known; that is, some withhell their ugly and pretty fennle at Russellville, Ky. old and young, names; we do hereby express our apprecia candidates for that position. Tne solona Weatherby, Stevens & Co., dry goods all in n great big THANK are jiiet swimming in n sea of sweet smiles merchants, Cincinnati, have aligned with lion to one and YOU. C. C. Green and family. and for the nonce they feel their keeping liabilities of $165,000. of being present We had the plea-ur- e more than Fitzpatrick did when he wrote, A freight train of 11 cars was demolat an elegant Naw Year' dining at Di. "lam a biger mtn than old Grant." ished by a wreck near Rtchwood, on the Pettua'. Too much can not be said in praixe Columbia Sptctalor breaks out In the Cincinnati Southern, The of the delicione edibles prepared by ha exIt is expected that ex Gov. C. K. Davis, cellent wife. We certainly enj yed them double leads to enggeal Juinca R Hindman for governor. It is a wonder nobody hadn't Minnesota, will be elected to succeed Mr. all immensely and with the other guests thought to do this before, in this day of McMillan in the Senate. return thank to them and their charming Twelye buildings, comprising most of daughter, Miss Ida, for makin; the day so cheap newspaper compliments. Fact is, however, Hindman would nnke a much the basinesa portion of Greenville, burned, enjoyable. better governor than some of the timber causing a loss of $30,000. Christmas week chronlcledseyeral pleassnow rovers the ground in A five-in- ch that has been mentioned. ant occasions in this locality and all who the Sunny Southland of Louisiana, and the participated in them were highly pleased. The eensational report that Gen. Logan mercury ia 22 in Florida. Tuesday night there was a bop at the "v was killed by phisicianB had the run The car stables in Lxtn;ton burned Moore House; Wednetday niht a candy-pullindefor a few days but ia now "officially" Loss $(5,000, from the slump of a cigar. at Mrs. Jim Fish's and Mrs. D. C. nied. The charge was tht they gave him fully coyered by insurance PayneV; Thursday night a social at Mrs morphine from iho effects of too ranch Milton Tootle, the wealthiest citiz;n of Will Buchanan's and a candy pulling at Doctors make which be never rallied. His forSt Joseph, Mo,, ii dead, aged 64 Mr Monroe Curtis'; Friday night a hop at mistakes as well b other people, but they tune ia estimated at $3,000,000. the Moore House, where they danced the never admit it. The total internal revenue collections old year out and the new year In; and Sat of or The Knights of Libor rti Chicago have for the Lexington, 1886 seventh, district 73 urday night a social at Mr.Wr. Will Curtis'. were $1 833,070 boycotting Aronur & Cj , Kentucky during issued a circular Mrs. Lizzie Bryant, It m Campbells-ville- , Five distilleries in Davis county have great pork packer. Tne tunny part of and Mr. Mollie Caldwell, from Danthe iWkit is that the statement is uide in the gull been recently burned by incendiaries, and ville, have been visiting Mrs. Garnett Dr. M? iblo public that the meat nt i hat firm isn't the authorities areunabln to get any clue to Bronaugh and wife have been spending a f as when it the perpetrators. near so palatable and few dava with their son, Mr. R. II. Bw ' was put up by theKuiahm The actual reduction of the public naugh. Mrs. Logan, from Stanford, is at debt last month was $9,353,202, leaving Fannl Elmiston. Dr. The moat eeneitivo wi,mau mat ever ex- the total debt leas cash in the Treasury at her daughter's, Mrs. Joe Graham haa returned from an extend if reports be isted lives at Oakland, Cal.. $1,381,181123 Mr. J'lhn Magee ed tour through Texas true. The local paper in printing no obitAt MayBville, Monday night, Miss Mr. J W. Brooks to London. uary of her husband wid .hut he had "gone Kate Nicholson was burned to death, her has gone left this week for his new position with It. to a happier home," whereupon ihe teuful clothing having caught fire while she was ork. Messrs. K. Davis A Co, of New for llbsl, laying her widow instituted suit kneeling and saying her prayers preparatofrom Knoxville, Tenn., Davis and Little, damages at $50,000 ry to retiring. have been the guests of tne Mises Buch-John McNulty, the famous "Coal Oil anan, in the country. Mr Hiram VanPelt . The re nomination of Gen Hosted by "P'lamuion a Speaker of the Na-- York Johnn," wno mida an immense fortune and sister, from Danville, who have bsen Hardin, have returned tn is said ta mean out of petroleum 23 veara ago, which be visiting the Misses Ripreaeatative home. Mi" Lura Donres is in the country r Miller Will nave mmuii a equandered in every conceivable extrava with Miss Bettie Higgins Mr. Bannett have stfcweii himself as U 8 Sen 'gance, has been sent ta jail nt Burlingtcn, Joplin ond Miss EMa, of Ml N. J., as a common tramp, been visiting Mr. Jim Lawleaa' family. Car-eonbar-roo- Lyon, of( Eddyville and Mi'sKuh Wolfe, of the same town were married there Wednesday. are multiplving Railroad accident Near with tho Java of the now year five car of an express Springfield, train running n' 35 mile an hour wero thrown fnia the trick by a broken wheel, killing several pisaenera and wounding many others. 1111 has broke loose in Rooan again. Mason Keaton, a constable of Morehead, wa shot and killed at a dance Monday night, Keaton was drunk, and, drawing a pistol, shot John Rogers' linger off. Four shots instantly followed and Keaton full dead on the ball room floor with a bullet through his heart. Til a frenzy of passion William Buck-let- t, at Douglas, Ga,, said with an oath, "I hops God will paralyz9 me." At once hla hands dropped to his side, his lege refused to movo and his eyes rolled wildly around, His prayer was answered as he stood, paralyzed on the spot where but a few moment before he was a magnificent typo of physic al manhood. He tried to speak, but his tongue would not moye. Half a dcten men who were present were rendered motionless by the evident visitation of the hand of God. -F- rederick Witrock, Thomas Weaver and Wm. W. Haight were arraigned in court Tueday in St Louis, and pleaded guilty to indictments charging them with highway robbery in the first degree. Wit rock and Haight were each sentenced to seven and Weaver to fire yeara' imprison ment at hard labor. Witrock philosophically remarked: "We have made our beds and will have to lie in them." The prisoners have been taken to Jefferson City for confinement in the penitentiary. These are the fellows who bucked and gagged an express arerit on the Missouri Pacific and All but $12,000 have b;en got $00,000. recovered. Nineteen passengers on a Baltimore A Ohio express near Tiffio, O.. met death in a peculiarly horrible manner. Fifty minutes behind time, the train of five passenger coaches and four sleepers, filled with human beings, dashed rounJ a curve at a tremendous speed, rushed upon a heary stalled freight train, with a result easy to surmise. There was a fearful wreck to which fire added many degrees of horror Everybody was rendered helpless, and while some were mercifully killed outright, many others lived to be slowly roasted in the shattered coaches which held the tortured victims pinioned to the frczan earth till death brought relief. The mercury was below zero and the suffering of the saved was intense. -G- -n. II. B LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. sick Mrs. O, U. Griffin, who has been very of tonsllitis, is convalescing. Mi, Msr. gr-ite- at John II Craft, of Lsloher county , has purchased the farm of Mr Thomaa House and will shortly move In ihU county. Mr. W. M. Rice, lately of Lexington, hut now with her cluruilng niece, Miss Sue Miller, occupying rooms nt Mrs, Pearl's, has been yery sick. Josh West, of Ihia county, doing busl ncss al Lancaster, and who never fails to get hore in time to vote Ihe straight demo cratic ticket, is enj lying hi holiday, vaca tion among u. A prtyer meeting began at the Metlio dist churoli Tuesday and is expected to continue a week or longer. It is to be hoped much good may grow out of it. The enterprising ci'izjn is taking advantage of the present splendid ice tide and many will be the nice houses full of ice gathered in before the week ia over. Mr. Jacob Hackney, senior member of the mercantile firm of J. A E II. Hackney, has been confined to his room for some time with a bronchial a flection, but is now improving. Mrs. Magee, wife of deputy collector Henry Magee, died of caccsr of the stomach, Monday night in the Bush's Stote neighborhood. Tne bereaved husband and his several children have the community's condolence. London now sports a G. A. B. Post, bearing the pseudonym of "H. II. Scoville Post," with forty members. Thia does excellently for two meeting and if th G. A. R. can't do something for the k. o. p. in Laurel the dog's dead. After Christmas vacation Laurel Seminary is again in full blast, showing the young idea which way to shoot. This is one of the best schools in the Statt and Prof. Clagett and assistant, his excellent wife, deserve much at the hands of our people. We are ready to acknowledge that the I.J. has a goodly portion of the sweet mixed with the bitter in the Mt. Vernon matter. Tne new correspondent is a rustler and we think we have the pleasure of By Ihe way, his personal acquaintance. we presume the fortunate possessor of many fortune', the gentleman from Mtdlson, ia lucky enough to have bis Miss Fortune to always come singly. It seems wholly unnecessary for us to repeat what has bsen so often reiterated, that every family should have several good papers in the houee, beginning, of course, with the county paper. After the Laurel county man has done this duty, helped his home paper along to the tune of a dollar, he should by all means have a piper that will give him all the general news, not on ly of thu State but of the whole country in a concise and readable manner. Not many of our people can aflord the luxury of an $3 or $10 daily, but all can aflord something not quite so frequent but often enough and eminently better, tho Semi Weekly Interior Jouiinal. We trust our laurel county reader will catch the drift of our remarks and subscribe liberal ly for the bst publication in er year the world! O.ilv two dollar now is the time to get up club'. A serious fire was averted Monday night by Ihe wakefulness of Mrs. Riley, wife of F B Rtley, proprietor of the Jack son Hotel. A lot of hotel hands sleeping in a room in the btsement, had piled coal on the crate so that atom: in the nigtu a quantity of it tumbled on to the 11 or, firing the covering of iheileeping hand who did not awake till Mrs. Itiley, aroused by the scent of 'hn woolen goods on fira, ram b'.ed the hoiixeovcr, finally dincoverinf' the trouble, saved tho helplesi hand and the iiumroua gueit of lha hoim from cremaKaveral planks in the floor were tion burned in two find the large frame structure would soon have been a mass of fltme The burning of this building meant the do struction of nearly e7ery building on the west sido of Main south of Ihe Brick 8'ore. The town is distinctively a wooden one and should by nil means be, provided with efficient water works ami insured against fire losee by heavy individual pol icies. Otherwise the chance are largely in favor of London awaking some fine morning and finding itself "lost to eight" and perhaps not even "to memory dear." semi-weekly 1. ... ;. -- Dealer in- - GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CONFECTIONS, TOBACCOS, &c, &c. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets. The following Seasonable Goods are in Stock: Citron, Layer and Seedless Kais- ins, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Macaroni, Cheese, Oat Meal, Homiuy, Beans, Krout, Honey, Butter and Soda Crackers, andCaimed Goods in Great Variety - In addition to the above lie has all the NECESSARIES OF LIFE, All of which are as good, and perhaps a little better, than can be found anywhere else. MAUK JIAltOrrv. Tiitu ttt'Monttoullo. Clorlc. Pniy A ftFASMtar ' PHARMACISTS, DI1LX13 15 Drugs, Books, Stationery and rancy Articles. l'hf ilclm' irtlpiloni ruttl rouiouuJcl Alio VH3Wj) cVfolSr:5 Zs u " - WaSaTjgfacifi ' - JEWELERS. Tt,o Jowelry and Silverware V... U...I.I .in 1LI m t I...i iI.l r Ttwt uuuk' in in i w r r vnanr'ir itiri LowMt ViT1 ritwfc ami .Tvlrv It. the . , r ; w iirrxi on boh notlco ana WrrMtri, ! Watz-hri-. . m m 1 . ..:v--..- -. I....! flnnv r ci.n. ni.A. v'?v'.y jj f'fi, C L wJ y. ., ., V .'aw I fcSS0 lltil S7 iz &&m; .iSf , t B V1 yjf jIh. VWff IB H 1 tr fir t DKAI.KH S IS Hardware. Farming Implements, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, mrtJESBURG, LINCOLN COUNTY. g dig--trblr- M. Coleman, the pastor, will a series of meetings at the new church here on Jan. 24th. M. II Morgan and wife celebrated the new year by making a dinner and inviting JOHN all of their children 11 in number. plenty of work to do The farmer has now for therd are contracts for cross ties all along the C. S. railroad at 28 cents per lie. Thu church hettf is at present without any pastor aa Bro. Coleman's lime is filled upat other churches und he ctn't preach any longer. Mr. Wm. Padgett has received a letter Mr. Augustus Padgett, from his of Texas, announcing tho death of bis wife. She was formerly of Ibis county. Mrs. Dooia Withers and Mies Chlora Camden, from near Stanfoid, aro visiting their aunt, Mrs. Emma Padgett. Mies Julia Morgan, of Hustonyiile, is on a visit to her father, M. II. Morgan. R. Y. Ballard started to Texas on, Monday laet where I e expects to make hia home for n while. begin son-in-la- Rjv. J. Elevators, Pumps, ills, &o. HRKJIIT, f Oiclei-3- 1 eiMiaen. Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, B. K. WEAKEN, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. v Ht V-rn- The receipts of the government during compared with 1830 weie $351,000,000, $320,000,000 during 1835; while the expert diturei were $253,000,000, compared with $257,000,000 for 1885. The reduction tf the public debt during tli3 calender year and was 1886 exceeded $100,000,000 nearly $20,000,000 greater than during the preceding year. -- Stanford. m Best Waterproof Coat. I lTftnr V J oP ThiFISIIimANUBUCKEIMiwirrintrt Wfttnroof. and will rto you An In tU btrdrit flan '" hfw I'OMMri Fl.irXEHU rrfcc( rldtnf csil. n1 CMfrtlUrt)(lri4(lI. Uwrtcf IralUHoDi, Nooa(tniiln without Ilia 'YaU llrnr' tnlfriqiTi luunrilM I'aiaiocua rrra, A J Towtf, potton, trua. LiLKtK - !V 'V. ' V yfffr ffrf etm4? - --- "ffp-WV- "'' ' 1 fPwv,"'' rvfy.-r- r v - " S" P u W?, V uwmm. iuuhij iiiwww ? J Stmt- - Wit eklj 3( nterror 3! annul New F W cnuLVwrm n arm tarn tm iitwi wiaWwwwiMCJ twrr Bahtik write that ha receded n LAND, STOCK AND CHOP Stanford, Ky B. O. WALTON. Jno linen, iIih greit builder of wirth not to straw. O.A Swlnebroad, Stanford, KenL. 1 N. LOCAL IIMt C4MU. les ar vt-- ds under republican rule, ii blitme fur mijr disorder (lint occur here. tucky. dying of cscrer nrrftrf, Foil Hale 12 he id of high grade fat 2 10 r. m. Ho U promptly on hand to mnku Mall train going North.., Hiight fu iow Wttrock iu dsulHrmg -- W IS r. tf. cmum 1 ..... a lj 4. m nnd dotf irntke them, and in two inrtAnceH cows. Apply to It. II. ISroniugh, Crab the innocent of EtprM Msenger Fotli Kxpum train" rlouth... A .. 12 a. u recently hi" prlnoner, though Kuilty, havo Orchard. Ky. ' . ' Norh.... 4t ennghaiioi ever chsrn br.iught against Th jutb U calculated ou standard time. Bolar b'cn turned i fT. We 'lull have more to In Clark county orn in the crib eold him tlnala jtoutao mlnutix lasuirl at $1 30 and In the field with lot to feed on kit nbiiut till nutter next Imuo. The republic!) leilidalive caucus, held tilL grass, $133. LOCAL NOTICES. A riNUULAK "ccident on the Cincinnati iCcH at HarrisburK, P.t , nominated M. S Qjay The cattle market in Louisville Is dull veral days IJuy your H'hool Hook from I'ontiy Southern deUynd Irfli3 for to succeed John I. Mitchell in the United 1 to I 40; hogs are alno dull at 3) to 4 Mc A Hater. freight train at tin week A inuth-bouuSlate Senate. sheep aro quiet at 2 to 4. y Ask jour Krocfr for the Cincinnati loitseve'i oir tn the tunnel just this side JiuitM Higgiubitham, one of the most and 27 Fifty ton of hay ready baled, Co.' cracker and cako. of the Cumberland river bridge. Another prominent and active ward politician In W ATCiira and Jewelry repaired on nhor freight train following truck the cars ha Berkshire shouts, about half of their nice the last two tnunicipil elections, is in the " gilts, for sale. John Bright. notice and warranted by Penny S McAli wonderful Pain-Cur- cr is tho Ocnhuir the tunnel, pushod them out on the bridge, county for tstealit); a pig from Silts of 45 head of l,500p3Und cattle FyetleMulligsn. iil 'HuNTF.ua, Attentiom. Cart. from which tbey toppled off, tearing with lias ever tho at $1 40 and a lot of 1,208 pound at 4 cents Judue ridKeo, all iuof ahot, at l'enny & Mo them a section of 00 feet of the bridge. Cu Six boy wre Killed while sliding are reported In the Wtncheiter Dttnotrat Aliler. riously enough no one was hurt. down a hill at Kutlnnd, Vermont. Their Isiao Wllflon, of Neloon, nold to Car- Ktock of jewolry, latent A coMVLKTr. lace. but failed lo stop at the tnaal watches anpecialtr. I'cn-n- y uiulea at sled tyle. Kockford The People's National Hink of Eanls, rithera & Iieird, Lexington, 20 fat bounded over into tbo river, dashing the A McAlinter. Texas, J. W Weithcrord, lato of HuUon-vill- e, $100 per held. Pasb Si Beau eold to Scrog hove' brains out. Cashier, makes its first statement gin & Bro , Louisville, 15 head of 2 year-ol- d personal A sled containing twenty yosng peo MKUCIIAIVT TAILOIC $100,-00- 0 December 31st. It capital stock Is mule for $1,510. ple going to a dace was struck by a train D. Ki.AM ha none to Louhville. bought of J. E. Bruce in four month and 7 day the and P P Nunnelley at a crossing near Fort Wayne, Ind Two Mr. Maiuc IIaudik is spending a week gross earnings were 03, ol which 0 head of 1,000 pouud cattle at from 4 to I have received and still receiving young ladies were instantly killed and ravMonticello. with hi home folk at $3,000 were carried to the surplus fund and 4J, and sold to J. K. Bruce 15 bead of en other sustained serious injuries. Mil J. U. Mount ha rented from Mr, $3 038 CO to profit and loss, after paying a scrub cattle at 2 nnl bought of Adim Senator Blackburn thinks that tho Foimlua IlsM the Will Uj farm and ha hetvy expense account. The Colonel might PdLce 1 yoke oxen at 3J cent. ticket for 1S8S will be Senator Comprising the best In the market, which will be rnored thither. send u a few shares of his stock (or old ac B, J. Laugblin sold to Stephen Oano Allison, ol Iowa, and Senator Haw ley', of pntshe hoi qualntance Bske MtM8 Lucv Bom.E, who 40 fat cattle, nveraging 1 390 pounds, at Connecticut. He aho think that Robert Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Dono in City or Country. idaj with her puenl, has returned to exchange say that since the surren $3.75 per cwt. W. J. Luoae, of White Sul Lincoln will succeed Gen. Log mi in the An GIto Me n Triul. A Son North Mlddlelown. der at Appomattox, 4,000 murders have phur district, sold to Joslah Pence Senat-- . has hid to John Sam Owsley, Jr. We don't 600 bushels of wheat at 80 cent per bush been committed In Kentucky. The December fie loea in the United quit school at Lebanon, Teno,, and return doubt It if the statement of a gentleman el, at the house. Georgetown Tt'me. States and Umdrt w $11,200,000, and the home on accouut of his health. There are but three of the thirteen los during 18SS, $11G 600,000. This is who ha kpt the record in this county be Miw M. V. Hutchison and family New Yoik boodle aldermen left, subject to greatly correct. He ray 1C0 people have been in excesi of previous .figures, bota hare mored from llrodhetd to this place killed in Lincoln alone, but we auspect trial, As death or insanity has already a regsrds the month af December and the aad hale taken room at Mr. T. 8. Parson. that he has overdrawn the number. There overtaken mcra of the scoundrels than this vear just ended. Miuj.Hai.lib Welcu, Judge Phillip delay of n, few have been a great many killed, however, number, It may be that a and County Clerk Perry, of Nicholasrllle, months will nbt defeat justice, but nave a and the fact that not a single hanging has SSW tPTKKTIKEHCHTN. were the cue'ti of Mrs. Porter BUrk this occurred show how cheap human life grsat deal of expense. week. in which the Two cattle companies, is and how little we think of the oft recur Mu Henky W. WiilTE.of the nrij-ht'- e English were mainly interested, have gone ring murders, NOTICE TO OIIEDITOIIH ! Hchool I hue neighborhood, will be marto tho wall in Texm in the last few weeks, The County Court adpurned Tuesday the Franklyn, of which K B. Groom, of on the lll.h to Mum Mary T. Hughe, ried Dealers In a I klcd of of Veraaille. MIiHugbci is said to be without laving the levy, owing to the fact Kentucky, wa manager, and the Dolores, Persons hiring clslmi sgMnit Benedict t3ii!- that the supervisor had not eximined the which was chartered Itm than a year ago, log ra requested to prei.nt them properly ery pretty and wealthy. of to raoliumtdlitcly. IP. O. WELCH, We are clad to chronicle that Mr. and Meor'a book to acertain the amount with a capital of $2,0(0,009. , 1 Trusteo lien. EpiMlog, The new la-taxable property under the & Co , bought in WashMrs. John II. Miller, whose strange repaLee, Hudson ration pined their friends, ha?e mtde up court will meet In March to fix the levy. ington last week, 10 mule) 111 lo 1G hand 3JTO. 4 per and are Urine together a?ln, and here's Mrs. Dudley Vaugbt was allowed high at $35 to $150 per head. P. B. Lyle chilRErORT OF THE CONDITION hoping lht like true Iotm they will be month for the support of herself and shipped a car losd of 1,500 pound cattle to The judge and attorney were order- Louisville and sold them at $138 per all the happier on making up their difler dren. ed to defend in good faith the suit against hundred pounds. ence J. II. Eilci shipped a The Farmers National Bank the county for an infringement on the patto the same point and sold at $4 30 LOCAL HATTERS. ent of the jail lock and in the event of a In tho Utato of Kontucky, at tbo Close of Lebanon Standard. SBHBEVS,- Business, Deo 28, 1880. Lee, Hudson & Co. have bought re Tjif.uk are but four prisoner in our jail judgment against it, to take step) to collect the amount from tho contractor, Henry cenlly In Boyle, Garrard and Lincoln counMWk, now. sj KESO UUCKS. delinquent liet continue ties, 120 cattle at 3 lo 3J cents. They will n21,5C0 CI are mIHor Daughman. The Ixani nd diacounla Plfahx brar in mind allowed be slopped in Lawrenceburg, where this OrerdrarU to climb up Sheriff Menefee na 2 618 14 alrictW for cash, no don't JSrYui fur credit. 73,000 00 785th!a time against 710 in 1SS5. It i a firm alreidy have 800 head. Dick Gentry U.HUindstotecure circulation..... Wt Owsley A Craiis. 24,800 00 Other docks, bonds and mortgages shame that there should be so many people bought in Harrodsburg 7 2 year-o- ld Grain, Wool, Sccdi, Feed, Coal, Etc. mules Due from approven reserve agents 1?,51" 91 No connection with the Cincinnati in tbl county who refute or neglect to pay 10 221 CC and 4 aged mules at $95 to Dae from other National Hank at $71 per head Southern yesterday, and what is worre no the small capitation tax of $1 In addition 7,010 00 Ileal csltle, furniture nnd Qxturet. Danville Advocate. $135. 057 HI Danville letter In coorequence. to the above 122 persons were excused from Governor McEnery, of Louisiana, has Current expense and taxes paid 2,137 21 paving taxes and the eherifl wan allowed a issued a call for an Interstate Convention Premiums paid... Himpson, a 850 00 The wife of Alfred Illllsofolher Hanks colored man, died very suddenly credit on 53,090 worth of relinquent prop- in the intertMt of stock raising, dairy, fruit Fractional paper currency, nlikcls and 39 HI erty tsx and on $1 630 worth listed twice. growing, and general agriculture, to be ecu! Tuesday night of hesrl dioease. 3,000 00 221, 23rd Srcl By a telegram from Col. K. held at Lake Charles, La , on the CoMMUrKD. 3,100 00 tender notes I WILL pay the cah for walnut logs de Tho convention Wal we leirn that and 21th of February. Polk Johnson, ltedcmptlon fund with U. b. Treasurer hfered it the Stanford depot, either by the 3,375 CO ( trciituf clrculaiivii) tho President commuted tho rvnlenre of will be formally opened on Wednesday A C Sine. single lo or a 1178,812 78 Total W. Parrott, under sentence of death morning, after tho clone cf Mardi Gra John -Doalor In- The keeper of Hufhlo CemeterT repori in Arknnsa for murder. In lm order the Specially low railroad rates will ha given 1. 1 A II I 1. 1 T I n S. The CoinmisMoner of Agriculture, Jno Capital stuck paid In nd 10 President stvr: ''I nui not quite willing to year. 21 adult II tniArmnt M1 H 00 11 oulldren absolutely thii convict, aftrr his F Divi", advertle-- t a corn show to be held Surplus l uud GS.001 c9 pirdon children, against '1$ adult and .. - It, 67! 37 conviction of murJer and after n denial ol at bin rflke In Frankfort, January 2G. Undlvldnl profits in 1S85 , 07,600 03 F'st nnd t com! premiums will be $15 and Natlunul Rink Nt oulMaDdlng fjra 02 tht the Preo a motionall thenew trial, btsed substantial I $10 on white corn, jellow corn, breid corn Individual deposits subject locliiek 108,72 00 '"'It wai a Iihii lomo to beforo mc. ly iion 0 853 Due tootlirr National lltnks pipers now byterliii Aid Saelety gite Mrt. A H. Mof 16 611 70 am entirely sttisficd that he ought not to or mixed corn. Ech sample mut bo put Due lo Mate ltanla arl lkiHs fett and not a toilet wt, a an obtue prineMMlely and contnin not lesi than 30 Total Hutler the extreme ptiiftltr of the law, but 1 up !47G,St2 78 . ter g'-- l it. couiinli-sioner , do not think that when he killed the Klder eirs. Freight will b paid by the STATK OP KIJNTtlCKY, -S tiount y of l.lBwln. MAimtAeir. in Hioh Coloueh Cikui.iw A Sliure or your PnlrniitiKO Is very ISespet'fi'nlJy Nolicitetl. whoe purpose it i to purchase McAdann he wn eo 'driven to the wall' by I, Jno. 11. Ownlejr, Citohler of thealioTe named tit- - bsrbsr, and Mlm Jo mi T'.ouirwon, tho atttck ol hi assiilant a to clearly ex about 75 buhelt each of the white and Ilnnk, do foloniiily sweor tlitl tlip alwre statement nte Wilkcr, of L xniglon, were mmied cuse the ukm: of life. I do not think the yellow premium corn for distribution Is true to the Unl of my know Initio and 1ml Icf. J.NO. 15. OWsl.i;V, Guliter. Prompt Paying customers will fitd it to their advantage to "give Ihe Hichmond 'l'w conv:c. invited the attack, but in consider-iu- g through the member of tho Legislature in . feuWrlliod niKl siTorn to lioforo motlilsfitli day young man a chance." rt . M. UltlUlI T, N P. U C. ot Jan , tb87. an application fjr hi pardon I ctn not various counties THUHiiperfisiiti" Means. 0. W. Krans, Correct attmt: Hr.iclit, M C UoynoliW, Siwuel Held overlook the fant tint he armed himself M. "WATERS, Salesman. W. John S. II Shanks, ") GARRARD C0UNTT DEPARTMENT. I. V A i cokn, ) Directors. and J. (I. Lynn, havo been at work on the and went to the place whero the man was J mo. M. Hail, J Lancaster. to kill him before who hid lliKAtenod awwnr'H InokH frr nereral day. There will bj a congregational meeting night. In tho belief that the prisoner ex. Wk 'art tl.e New Year with 2STO. 2788. should be punished for the part he took in at the Presbyterian church Saturday mornadded to our list, a cellent c rrefpondenl thi homicide and that he is guilty of a ing. REPORT OF THE CONDITION new one at Ml. Vernon and a regular one crime much 1wn than murder, I have de Dr B. F. Walter has removed his ofOF TIIK at Ior.don. Wo are proud of them both. termined to commute hi sentence to ini fice to the room fjrmerly med a a poit NATIONAL BANK cause for gratnla-latio- prisonment at hard labor for the term of office. Kentucky bn -- Col. James A. Burnaideis In Clncinna While i dctn other states are in five years." Parrott wa formerly of this OV HT,A.rr'0"ItT, agony, it is sweet county and Is a brother of Mrs. Peter Ham-to- ti this week. It is said tint he goes there the throf of in the interest of the "Ciltery" soon to be At Stanford, in the Stnto of Kentucky, who has been almost driven crszr by j to think that hers doe not convene for n nt Close of Business, Deo. 28, 1880. established at thi place tmpense. yet, year U)binin rquet us to Squirt" J ) IlKSOUltCKS. tiELIOIOUS. Oon friend, Mr. J J. McKinney, called 15:6,207 86 court tit Loans and Discounts state that the Uirrwl county IN 2.V86 08 in Wednesday to exhonorate his nephew, The Presbyterians have 05 schools in claims ami levy men " fourth M unlay Overdrafts to secure circulation WineH. Mimical Wall Paper, 70,000 00 Drngpi, U.S. Itoudi Shannon McKinney, from any connection Ejypt, with 5,41 scholar. IIooUh, InHlrnomente, lilquor in this miutli, insiead ol Uy, a htiru Cheoilcalfh 41,200 00 Other stocks, bonda, and mortgages the ClRara, Slallonery, PalntM, Pocket with the crowd that misbehaved at 16,449 C4 The Baptist church at Offeneboro re- fore. Duo from arproTcd rfwrro agents ToliaccoH, NoapH, Cutlery, Oils, 6,302 13 Christum tree, at McKinney, save that he ceived 120 member last year. K, Shugus, who bought the Duo from other National Banks Mr. W. Machin Perfumery, Lamps, Fire Arms, I,SI8 C7 Due from State Hanks and Hankers one of them whn htdaome words with Horatio Potter, for 32 years Bishop of toc't of goods from J. N. Haselden, has Ileal Estate, furniture and fixtures Needles. 8,900 00 2,310 37 they tried to make him give up hit soat. the Protetent Episcopal diocese of New sold them bick to Mr U and will keep his Current expensed and taxes paid 21,000 00 York, ia dead, at the good old age of 85 paction as clerk at C. C. Storms drug Premiums paid BiNCK the trouble at the Cumberland C,CrX 67 Checks and other cash Items years. store, 1,478 00 Bills of other banks River bridge, tho Cincinnati Southern The Week of Proyer is bjing appropriThe bonded wsrehouae of Harrison Fractional paper currency, nkkols and send) It pisf enceru from Chattanooga via. ately obs;rved at the various churcbeo in 70 07 cents Wednesday KnoxvllleandthiaVhadto Junction City. turn, nnd large congregations attend the Ray, distiller, wu broken open 3,120 00 whisky taken. Specie night and three bureU of Yeeterdaj' train c.rned three Mann cre, intereting services. 10,040 00 Legal tender notes A stable in the sime neighborhood was Redemption fund Itn U. S. Titaiurer with the regular trsln gave the enwhich Dr. Talmage'd Inst sermon was from 3,130 00 (3 per cent, of ell dilation) on the forced and two valuable horses stolen gine all It ciuW do to msko time the text "How old art thou?" iu which he Due from U. S. Treasurer, other thin 3 There U no clue to l perpetrators. grade. .. ald that people who are truthful in other (The Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette,) percent redemption fun I. Mr. Louis R ut radn an assignment Field a A Co.' Unl matters lie about their ages. Ha ought to MiN8TnEi.s.-A- iU Tuesday to Mr. J. M H'gginbotbam for t322,80) 19 Total Mm-ln- d will occupy the have used the word women In place of peo ted Operatic -Liabilities the benefit of hi- - creditor, LIAIULITI KS. on the night of pie. Op-r- n Ilmia board of the 3230,000 (O Hon. Henry W. Monk, member of the $23,000; assets thougnl to be sufficient to Cupltal Stock paid In "We. .. 9,000 00 Febuary 1st. Mr Fields write Surplus Fund cover that amount Mr Rout i a proml Undivided profits Parliament, ha organized ft 21,230 21 you a first oUm minstrel Bhow and Canadian Seini-Weekl- y promise and trader nd haa also been National Hank Notes outstanding 63,000 CO company to rehabilitate Jerusalem nent farmer fine parade, fine band one that will 135,632 17 printed etcry Tuesday and Trlday. amuse and make it the capital of the world. Sir engaged In the raercintile business at Individual Deposits sulject to chock Contalnsclaht r'gricf fight columns each, and Iswho can not take tho Dallr ComiaerclalIt la aaaUoa 1,677 o3 and splendid psrfor.uance." Our Demand certificates ot Deposit GaictU ad at 9i 0 per annum, postK' paid. Persons for Jolrn McDouald and Sir Win, Dawson have Marksbury, this county. themiielve 0,031 10 .. who want thnewsoltner tbanoncoa week, will And the BeinUWeeil; an admirable par Duo to other National Huuka meut lover can prepue a rumor sd mt this morning Duo to State Hanks and Uaukerr There was each taken $10,000 stock. 3,323 "! fnn . 11,363 20 Rjv. C. C. Green aiks ui to announce to the efT'Ct thai Jnn CI irk, a white man Notes and bills delinquent IN explanation of hi large John-tocilored, had been atTeiuis of Subscription by Mall: 9522,360 IU that fully 100 that tbo Silurdny meeting at Logan's creok and Joe say Toul list, Rherifi Men will be held at 11 A, M , instead of in the tacked and robVed while buying pelt In bTATE OF KKNTIXKV, n year (Incjiid'ng Sunday) , J12 men who were at work (oialttlnjSunJay) II 0 One year transient railroad County of Unvo!ii, nelg ib irho 1 1 It Is said 6 Hlx months, . 7 00 ' afternoon a formerly. He will pieach the Flat i Six months. ' ' T, Jno. J. Mcllobcrt', Cashier of above mined Tnree months, King Mountain tunnel were listed and 8 60 " at was shot and seriously woundThree mouths, the bank do solemnly swear that book. One three sermons on the following themes: that JohnBon before ho received hi tax informa- statement is true, to the best ot my knowledge and left "Provied, but we could get no drfioite ,' I belief. Granville Prewltt, the "Providence of God in Nature," JNO. J. McllOUKllTS, Cashier. of hla delinquent dence of God in our Temporal Aflairs," tion concerning the. aff lr county Hulxcrllieil and sworn to 1c!ohmiio this 6th day l I'. 13 butw in Wayne Uold Pen, Pencils, Valuablo B90 K man who ouststlnzot Sewing Machine, liuprortd Waturbury Watches, V. ii. HUIUHT.N. P. L. C. Mr. Peyton Parrott, a brother of John ol Jan , 18S7. tty the way, "Providence of God in Oar Moral Disci c, will be sen In tho paper, fcamploccpltsfrec. next Wednesday for murder, Cobhkot Attx.it he will endeavor to show W. Pdrrott, who recently had his death iu the county jU pllne," in which J. H. UC( KKK. THU ODMSIBItOI.lIi GAZETTE CO., Prewltt served a lerm to five years' imprisonC D. W. hog of the the fallacy of the doctrine that the world santence commuted stealing CINCJKNiJTr. 103.6 W. U. WhtCH hero last winter for PreiidentClevtlaud, said to your ment by ia given over entirely to the devil. lesa than $1. value of Maiisiiai. Nkttlanu bujh he in I A good jick for stile. Apply to M. O yet he w union hi It Vandeveer, 3 miles from Stanford. decision in his broihfr'j January 7, 1HH7 Tin: Hlnk will lio open to night and onTalbott,of South Carolina, bouuht a Worn u hhve lifun ly fur few tii'irn time tlih pemon. The car load of mules in limrbon nt $100 to clerks to both bulir of inlerrxr in it lit not wifllolent to warrant it $110. IiUBlnoBB MnnKor. balni kep op-r- i see leislaiurn. ntock fodder and Wanted -- To Year' rift from his wife In the shape cnrrep indent thu iu rning that while he for full p rd u fur his brn'Her, had wih , of n fine I)ot hi the hehtil'. elrcied Biigr,H4ing the ifllim Tennes- MrHln ra 1 ll luy en Grv J 3 FOR PITCHER'S ' iVI d lii-ker- sleria most known. Ided world Liniment H. C. RXJPIaEY, $8,-15- New Goods for Fall and Winter, WEAREN & MENEFEE veil-De- 188-4- Fanning Implements and Machin ery, 1705. car-loa- d the i ' ' Spring Wagons, Buck Bcrards? Farm Wagons. Iuuilier, well-kno- wn car-loa- JOE F. VATERS tt Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass and Queensware, Etc. - Stanford, Ky. Main Street, Jn to M'ROBERTS, DEALERS n. FIRST & STAGG, leci-latl- Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky. 1 Genuine C O. Salts in jBulk at IVholesalc and retail. WEEKLY 03STXVY The GAZETTE! A. JEIAJEL- $1.00 $10,-000,00- 0 dr; jDaily Commercial Gazette, "m 'it', Je n, 1 1 W-od- Our Premium JList ..), i . r r m mmsmmmamEBBBM ijriJpfliffTiawffiifffr wriwtk' w V5jw V rr MM)MMWV lar. Nf Bucklen's Arnica fc Sttui-SSIecHnliitcriar aurirai fa-mo- WITH THE LONDON BUSMEN. Sain. , MITTHATSHIRT OLD VIRGINIA SATURDAY SCENES, 1" Wow a Modest Country Chnrch Became ui. 1 hj the roadside, K little over twenty years ngn there itcol in. PAUldlog county, a r W " raodeat country church -- t plain, framed structure, wherein tho countr? peopln went on Sundays to hear the gospel of ppace proclaimed. Acrost the road was the quit graveyard whero the rude f9rtfthere of the hamlet lept. One day a crest traoMormation cams. Joe Johnton') batteries were planted in the Graveyard and the New Hope church wan lorn down and put ioto confederate breastworks. Ami Sherman came over the crft.'gv path with glittering byonei nnd brainy cannons redacting the ray of the aiin; with banners wayinc; thick almoat as the leava of eu miner time and thousand upon thousand of troopi marching to nmtial muiic And the riulet praveyaid shook with the reverberation of cannon and the ground round about was dyed with blood until the way tpat wag Gl to ba famous, out of-tand historian could write ol the grett bat tie of New Hope church. 10 day a church stands on the spot, a handsomer building than the old, the grave yard is as quiet a it was before JohnetnnV batteries disturbed its repose and day br day the wrinkle made by the war are Atlanta Con growing fainter and fainter. stilution. The Rsv. E. 0 Johnoo, of Trinity Church, Brictol, Coon., was walking with dignified etride down the street on a recent day, when he came upon a elipperv spot nd narrowly escaped a fall. Ab he w pawing the air to keep on his feet, a hi railroad man came along and remarked, "Guena 'nother drink will with a grin, just 'bout fetch you." Rev. Mr. Johnson atraJghtened up and inquired with sevrre dignity, "What's that, eh?" "'Nother drink'Il 'bout fetch you," replied the sym pathieing railroad man. And he walked on, leaving the astonished clergyman staring after him 8pka.no From a Same vearo ago a mechanic near Naw Haven was rid- ing in a railroad train, and was jilted and jarred as in the early days of travel were apt to ba. He didn't fret nnd fume us the other' passengers did, ' but be gan to study and experiment with a view to making a spring ttiat would reduce the jolting to a minimum. Heatlau eucced-- 4 and hia epiing was adopted by every railroad in the country. He is no longer a poor mechanic. His name is Carlos French, and has just been elected to Congress from the New Haven district. he p's-aecgers Seventeen Hours a Day, nnd No Tlollilnym Nu Tlmo for Homo Vlcrnurcs. "Sovcaitccn hours a day Ono hundred and nineteen hours ft week! That's my tlmo. I left tho yard last night nt tlvo and twenty minutes to 0, nnd I was on my bus again this 8. It'a these long hours mornln' nt 'alf-pathat tell "But you get n holiday sometimes?'' "If avo liko to pay for it Whenover wo aro oft duty wo don't get paid. Whon, there I" And tho speaker, a smart "whip" among tho London omnibus drivers, ceases Ids conversation concerning his long hours of labor to pull np his horses and sing out loudly tho destination of hU omnibus. They are quaint and curious men, some of theso London busmen, with a rich fund of drollery all their own. "You sco, sir," Bald ono, "I don't much cans for n holiday; I've been so long on thls'cro bus that things look quite different liko when I'm In tho street below. I shouldn't know my own children In tho street." "Oh, cotno! that's too strong." "Fact, I tell ye, sir; I'm nlways away in tho mornln1 nforo thoy'ro up, nnd not homo nnd I shouldn't till thoy'ro In ted nt nl-know my littlo gal If I was to meet her out, especially If I was to seo her off my bns." Truly a significant remark for a man to mako in this latter half of tho wonderful Nineteenth century n remark not without n touch of satiro nnd of pathos, too; nnd wo find ourselves usklng If it is n necessity of our advanced civilization that men must work bo long and so continuously, day after day, that th"y never seo their children except asloep? No sweet, slmplo pmttlo about tho father's kneo, no littlo fat, dimpled arms around tho fnther's neck, nono of tho loving, softening Influences which littlo people know so well how to exert over even the most stony hearted of men! Surely, O Christian civilization, these things nro not necessities of thydovelopmentl Hut yet tho bus driver rarely complains or grumbles. He does not strluo or congregate In mass meeting, or commit acts of riot, but ho works patiently on, day by day, steering his horses mnrvelously well through tbo crowded London street, nnd surveying life with n philosophic calm from tho nltitudo of his box, except when a child strays in the way of his horses, and then lib language Is, perhaps, rougher than are his real feelings. Tho Quiver. 1 lu the worlJ lor Cuts. llfaUft Sorm, Salt llhouin, Korer 8orc, Tetter, Chappoa Hands, Chilblains, Coma Mid allbltln Kniptluuii ThbMt8lT TRY CROSS Old Tlmo COUNNIGHT AT TH ROADS STORE. 'equlreJ, I, and roltboy cure pd' or no ti gunranteod to give perfect aatlifactlon, or money rtnindeJ. Price U caota per box. For eal by renny A McAlliter. I'' r Custouia and Modes of Ufa Pecnltnr to nn Karllnr lrlol Tho Country BlerchontCarrylng tho Malls. W. D. Iloyt A Co., wholesale of Itome, Oa., aayl "We and retail Drug-gtjt- a bars been aetltng -r ht, Jiff nnd ilubu. Tho visitor from tho wido nwnko otid moro energetic northern or western states iu passing through Virginia will, first of nil, bo attracted by tho old time nnd decidedly antiquated customs and modes of llfo peculiar to an earlier jcriod which still cling liko thread-bar- o garments to tho noblo form of tho old commonwealth. Not tho least Interesting of theso varied phages of cxistenco In tho one wealthy state Is what might bo very properly designated ns her cross roads lifo. Thb term scorns particularly appropriate to this class, which Is ns oxtemlcd as tho boundaries of tho state itself, mid will bo mot with In overy section, irrespective of its agricultural advancement or social status. Tho inovitablo littlo store, tho rcprcfcntatlvo of tho class, nestles cozily and quietly in its midst. At every cqpier tho contracted catch-pennstore sits complacently nwaiting tho tardy purchaser of Its limited stock of wares, consisting of a "little of all," ns tho merchant in chargo would say, whilo In reality limited to a few over' day articles necessary to tho country folk around for whom tho ordinary shopkeeper caters. y Dr. Ktng'a Xtw Dbcovery, Klectrle UltUra and llucklcn'a Arnica Halve for two year a. Hare n vhandled goods that sell aa well, or give inch ualTeraat aatlalactloa. There have been lotnt wonderlul cures effected by tbei lucdlclD la this city. Several caiea of pronounced Coniutnptl n havo been entirely cured by tho uie ol a tew hot-tior Dr. Kicg'i New Dlecotery, taken In connection with ElecUto Blttera. We guarantr them (1) always. Bold by Penny A McAlliter. ts 'iT&mUAJm wlsaflVriiOrSsawSk I POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlst powder never varies. A marvel ol purity, strength and wholeaomeneas. "More economical than th ordinary kinds, and ran not b solo compelllon with the multitude of low teat .short welgnt alum or nhoaphata powders. Holdonly In cans. Kuril. niaiHii roivnaa lOT. N. 8I PLATT, IsODINVIIilaG. An Enterprising, Reliable House, Penny A McAlliter can atwaya be rolled upon not only to carry la ilock the bait of everything but to secure tho Agency foriuch articles aa have merit, and are popular with the thereby suslalnln? the reputation oflln always enterprlalng and ever reliable. Iltvlog fecund the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King' New Discovery for Consumption, will aell It on a positive guarantee. It will aurely cure any and every aflectloo ol tho Throat, Lungi and Cheat, and to show our confidence, we lnvlts you to call (1) nd get a Trial Bottle Free. Howls your blovd? Uso (Irwu's 8rsaparllla For talc by Mcltobcrti A tiUitg at ft. Use Green Cough tlalsatu for coughs and colJs. I'll co 60e. For aale by Mcltoberli A Stag, well-knopeo-pi- e, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Fropr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND Itt Proprietor ii Determined that it Shnll be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Faro, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Gneiti. Wall Htreet, (', Ner York THE Ttio ENGLISH SOCIETY JOURNAL. ky A earnest Sabbath-schoo- l teacher, six members of whooc claw have been converted the past year, was asked the ther day what means he felt had been ejoet helpful in bringing tbete rcholars to Christ. His reply was, that, next to a carefully prepared and prayfully taught lesson, he was convinced that hie personal visitation of the scholars at their own homes and his acquaintance with their borne life dur ing the week, had been of the greatet valve to him and to them in his efforts. Here is an important hint for other teachers (Chicago Standard. warm-hearte- Johnny was sick last summer and had to stay in the bouse while there was a circus in town, Naturally it did not sweetbti his temper and his mother had to talk to him "My child," she said, "ycu must not complain because you are sick, It is verr wicked. You wnt to go to, heaven don't yoL?" "Yem'hegrowled'but not till after the circue. A little boy can go to heaven any time, but a circus aiu't la town Critic. vvery dvr."--Vaihiriei- on I.atrt Vroduct of English Life. Dally History of tho Arlatocr acy. But not pnly do th English of late years throw reticence to tho winds when they writo their memoirs, they liavo Invented Tho Society Journal, tho latest product of English life. I wos living In London when Edmund Yntce founded Tho World. It was so successful that Labouchcro's Truth speedily followed, and eclipsed its original In daring Both" freedom of statement and satire. papers wero frowned upoi nt the outlet and censured harshly by tho rigid guardians of society, but read universally. They wero seen in ovcry drawing room in London, and In nearly every country honso in England; commented on. declaimed against, and llnally contributed to, by tho flue folks who at first decried them. Doubtless tbo editors often went too far sometimes thoy went to jail; untruths wero Invented, and libel suits were tho consequence; but tho journals wero established, nnd they are recognized as features, even powers, in the social and political system of England. All thb is natural under a monarchy. Tho "great," as they call themselves, nn used to being dleuised. Princes and princesses expect to bo criticised as well as applauded. Thoy know flint tho penalty of their position fa publicity, nnd they do not shrink from the unveiling, any more than tho actors who play Rosalind or Claudian. Their characters and lives, even their appearance and thoir manners, have been tho theme of comment sinco tho days of Pharaohs daughter and fa the Helen of Troy, and tho talk of Tho great perbasis of history form in a theatre where tho whole world is audience, and those who sit in tho pit havo a right to pronounco on play and players. In England this fa recognized. Tho queen herself corrects the court circular daily for tho nownpapers. Sho tells the people when sho walks or drives, who dined with hor yesterday, and in what order her guests went to table. The nristocrney In tlio samo way allows its banquets and balb to bo chronicled for tho information of its inferiors; and so it goes downward, till fashionable jwoplo in London pay a guinea n lino to nnvo tho accounts of their parties printed in Tho Horning Post. Tho very great are so important that tho nowsparwa cadnot afford to do w ithout their dally libtory; but theronro many who cannot afford to do without tho notices, and theso iay tho price. Adam lladenu's Letter. y to-da- y ' known n Beading, wm in a siloon the other day in i very nervous condition Some of hi friend thinking to have fun with him dreosed up as cowboys and rushed into trie saloon yellau and brandishing pistols end knives. Thi wai qiite enough to shale Uoodhearl's shattered nerve. He d in terror to hit home, where he ha? been ever aince violently inati. well U-- Frank It. Goodheari, ojents nro mnd to prnctico their eloquence o upon n wooden dummy set up for tho In tho back ofllces of tho ngonelcs. They imaginu tho figuro Wore them to ho that of tho most uiiimpres. Iblu of their customers, and harnngtio with tho vchemeneo of an Antony nnd th" pertinacity of n Demosthenes. After they ha " worked themselves into tuch nfino frenry tho tliQiwrspIrntiou tolls down their fan. ruid thoir voieo rcuis liko n saw on tho nail, thoy aro considered cfllcisnt nnd nro Jabei Reaumoht, ol Eiattown, Pa, who sent out on a rommbsioii to invailu tliohomes Trihas just celebrated his 02 I birthday, thiol s of Amsricn with their wares. Chicago pur-poe- I.vgnil of tho Hook Acent. Thero is n legend to tho effect that tho r F ttf-; that he will never die. Hi eaya that when he wan a young nun wotnun r flared him a drink, saying: "That's liknly to kill you If you drink it and recover from its cfiVcla you will never die." Ho drank, waa quile ill, but recovered and now in hi vigorous iId age is firmly convinced that he will live forever. j Johnny laboriously lugged a pail into the parlor where tho family were acioui bled, and asked his maternal grandmother to kick it. "Why should I kick it, John m?' grandmother inquired in umtz?merr. "Just to amuse pap," aiid Johnny. "He laid he would give ten dollar to pee ycu Vick the bucket." A German man of science has token four JibsiIb 6 n3r of equal weight and then proceeded to count the individual hairs-Oows of the red variety and it was found to contiin 90000 hairs. Next comes The - black with 103 000 huira to its credit. 109,1)00 and the blonle 140,000. brown haa 1'ho bloude wins A novel dtigu iu engagement ring is to divide the ring and bend the cut ends apart, and hold them so by a smr.ll gold bar. A pwel is then set on each end, and the la that the jjwela are very c!oo together, but still not united, and are thus quile f N. Y. Mail. typical of engaementi l bune. A flilttliig Cur Cnllcil For. Thcro is need that n spitting car bo provided for thoso who chow tolacco, or that thoso who thus Indulgo bo conbigtiod to tho oamo npartrp.ents ns their moro smoky brethren. It is certainly moro of n imbancu to uso tho floor ns iv spittoon than it Is to leavo upon it n littlo tobacco n&hcs and tho flavor of smoke, Independent. Tin Monoy In Oil. A Pittsburg oil broker leeeivcd tho following order from n lady who desired to mako somo monoy in oil: "Dear Sir Pieaso buy mo 10,000 barrels of oil nt 00 cents, and soil at $1.10. llemitmu tho difference, lha your commission. Uiii tho promptness! with which you execute this order depend? my Very rosjieetfiilly."- future patronage. Exchange. Couldn't Keep Tlioir Rifts. Jay Gould is said toflguro that if ho fhould glvo fifty nion $.'l000 each to go into business f would full and lo for themselves, all within flvo years, mid tho other twenty-flv- o would 1)3 mad because ho was ablo to mako $10,000 nnd didn't do it. Ho argues that men appreciate their own earnings far moro thuu n gift. Chicago Times. one-hal- Tobacco at Yato. cent, of tho freshman class at Aliout Ynlo university uso tobacco. Tho average heretofore lus been only 10 jwr cent. Dr. Seavcr finds, however, that tho class Is healthy, though not provided with n largo number of largo men. Harper's Razor. 20 i fir ly Ant of snow covers tho ground. In the northern part of Indiana three Railroad sleepers of cast glass by tho mothod aron possibility of tt near ture. 'd fu- Hi. Hun. Ually Ex. Ban, ThU Si Dull wlllstaud th season now com-need at my stable onlhe Lancaster i'lke. o.e Lva. Covlogtoo..., I 10 a m i 10 pm 1 00 pa a 1 1 the vuufurd Court House, half mile Kalmoutb ... V unpas bre.it wl'ti ih lliil MEETING arason, cow im prl cait. olMoney tug lbs cow cow " Cynthtana.. It 43 s u IU 34 pu 3 Ml p n " 4 IS pn due when provei lu til the Art. I'arhu. . II 24 am 10 tOpu ft IS pn la first wved. " Lexington.... IJ l pin II 17pm SI0 P m Marquis of Adeline's sir. Herbert, Apollo and Dam Imported boulbern Uesu- - Lvt. of the Farmrrs A meeting of the itxkhotdera 'II "0 am 10 4) p ml ft 71 pn Arr. WlocheeUr. .113 TO poi II 30 po f trt p m Natlooal Hank will be bold st their bankln g home Maiquls of Adllene's dam, Adeline, bst sir " Klchmond.. .' 1 M pia... ... 7 IS ptr Klsh-In Stanford on th 31 Tuesday in January, 1&37, " IbcasUr . lmorted uiprird Uncle Tom-d- am " Btanlord Kor further particulars as to pedigree sa II t 00 pin . lor thepurXM)ir eltctl'g nine Dlrectora to servo V II II. the eniulng year, J. U. OWHLEY, Cashier. Talsaa vert floe young Hull from a celebrat- Lvn HIchmoDd.. I J 00 p m ......... ... SHip ml ed family of milkers Including th row Kcbo, I be Arr. Berea. " Livingston... . IUsia ..... .., great, st of b r her owner hating rsfusod la,-0-- u fur brr. STOCKHOLDERS' MUKTI.VO Th llolttrln.rrtlsian ratll have laken the , NO. 1 No, II if o.l lend aa tbo tni Ur lb family, and a cross with ml ( ih rborth' rn ruluc a very fin animal. I will buy all lb. mal- - calve begotten by this Lva. Livingston ll 00 am .... A mtetiug ol the slockbolden or the National I ull st go-- d ,ilcis del vered at weaning time. here ...tt; 10 v am, Hustonvllle will be held t their Unking Bank of I II 43 a ml. II. MI. Stll.I.KIl,Ky. Art. Ulchmond UO-- tl tanfurd, bouse in Huilonvllleon the 3d Tuesday la JanLva. Kowland ,JZ W a ml, Direct- ta uary. 1M7, far th rurpoee ol elrttlog nine Iinraater -- 17t II amj, Arr. Ulchmood 00 au on to serve the eniulng year. Lva. Ulchmond ... .. I 10 p m; J. W. HOCK Ell, 0) a ml, Arr. Winchester.. .. I 10 pm 7 00 am! .... .i a 10 pin IWi ro Art Iaria Lva. IeiloitOO TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! 4S p m, 7 M a m Lve Parle S SO p ml I 40 pra Cynthlana. O.V SATtniDAV MOIIT, I 11 p mi 8 M a m 4 17pm i Kalmoutb ...... 4 47 p mIO Ola m 5 IS pes Tbla Is to certiry that Mr. Jacob Ottenbilrarr & Saturday night fa tho only time that tho Art. Covington ( 00 p m tl SO a m I 43p no longer cunntcttd with the Lincoln Land average store throws off its quiet, sloepy way (o., that he la notaulhorlxrd to contract lor the o" existence. Tho woodwork fa finished, and Company, tub oanaT or rectlv money for th ssm- -, or to MATNYIM.B BKAMU1I, fno tolored population from far and near any obligation In th name ol the Compiny , Incur at the place of fanciful name to spend or to any way to act or th sams. tho results of their labors and pass much of rr.4i, I "Ho. U. NoTit-BoDo. i.. Dally Aim, Uslly the night in social dance, songs and jokos, JO Till- f.i. Hun.lBa. Bnn. Piieldrnt Lincoln Land Co . jvhile tho dignified personago of tho duUVr New York, Vrc. II, IM. IW Lt Covlngtoiu..... week day, iu tho "rush of business," lxcomes 3 00 pa " Leilugion..... 733 a m 4 JJ pea Jolly nnd sociable, and waits upon tho colored " I'arls ... ." 11 i is a 30 pa I brotherhood with that cam and courtesy Arr Mlllersburg.... ! 8 40 a in 5 44 p s -- TTITH" Carltsle....M. which tho MHitbDrn gentleman ponesacs so 9 01 a in 8 0 nSf, " JohDion.. 9 4$ a in 8 S6 p nt well. " Maysvllle..,. 10 So a m 7 40 Having ateicutlon sa e by (.ihrrltf of jiej These local jeculiaritios of life can in no Lincoln tnught tiy , siocic nf goul, No, 6i t TTorsT" way be so fully appreciated as by actual asso- corn, Ac cuuuij by Jinn mtlr , owomI Itil Ignwster, t Mireland, Dally appoint A HrlJgewa' r on, LotilKVillo Otlr ciation, and no other means fa so favorable to Ky , we do Ex. Hun.iKx. Hun the grnersl this ns n tour on foot, being thereby thrown trueand lawlul sgenton a itilri en ht'ls, and u toNllNllVlllC, husluei for us 5 Ma m;l2 Mpm In octuul contact to a greater or lew extent bernhy notify t.11 parties 'lading and doln tmsl MoiiiphlN, Lve MsviTllle,. " Johnson .... 8 S7 a ml I S) p m with tho moro practical lifo of tho people. In oiii with said llrldgewater thit be (rirldge-wate- .lllltll(U, " Carlisle 7 23 a ml J W p u has n i power whatever to tharge u with eastern Virginia, on ono of tho most pictur-csqu- o an v " Mlllersburg 7 Its mi 2 M pn AIunlRoiitory, thing bought en a cr It IjKTTJb t'O , Arr Pailr I lilsiu I It pas of her numerous water courses, sits ono leo-.'15 Walnut tt., Cincinnati, O. No " Ixntnulon. . OS a ru 8 10 p ta of theso littlo ponny-n-distores, seated on " Civlngton ... I I so a m fi 00 pm Alolillu iiiul Sew OrlcaiiM. tho white sand leach, nt tho very water's ! edge. Tho flickering lights cast weird shaduumw aaaBiaij tmmtt Not. Trains J and 4 ara dally hetween ows fur put on tho restless wave and servo as Only one change to points In Leilngton and Cincinnati; other tralnr n beacon for tho numerous lleet of small oysare dally except rtuuday. . There came to mv farm near HuitonvIM a roan )' ol lUred conu ctlonsare in ideal Winchester with ter boats which jklss daily to mid from tho slier villi ono born clioicl, abuiu tiie by calling cm get ' "" JI1 owning. Ashland deep sea homo of tho delicious bivalve. Thb Octiber, lam. The owner luviug idmtVclitu, Ac. . 11 iDgloti, Cnarlcsttn, W. Va., andlustcrn clu anl proving pro'wrlyaud lor placo is tho moit perfect reprcwntntlvo of J. H.tfeKIX.SKlf tho particular idass composing cross ronifa life," 21KIIIUUVJ, fJ ,,!,",l 4 ,un ?l WlneheaUf Trains, with ullnmn rileilng Van hetwoex though thoro U not a road within a milo of r .i w ng Is tn- - i ir.ht3 eut lifforn ttae Msi;-1Peeking homes on tho lino of this road will receive Clnclnuatl ami Itlchmond, V , and WluchosUi the placo the river forming tho great highrate. k special rates. and Washington, I). C. . I'trs maly ap(tarr Ii ' Thrmf.li llffrbf .ml !.... .. way. rfea Agents of ihli Company for rale, routes ui, a Justice "f the () IHver ami uisdeoatli Ac, or wrlto IVa v, J f (I ircr ni'l desiliiallonriacheil hy railroad. This diminutive castlo by tho sett was visit- th u Ilia slpor inn tl'i'-- d i'kiv , Mi rxstnlu-(- J bin 0. P. AfMOItll, (. l'.AT. A.. ror ion larumiars, call on any agent of lbs ed on Saturday night, w lion ablnao with light : til "in ai d the) Us Miii'it company, or Iiulsvllle, Ky JlMIN' - I KY, I I' I. C 3t, 8 K. Il.'MOItXi:, and bashing in all tho glory of a "big night." D.A.I'KhLKY, (ien.l'aM Agent, llav. I'ass. Agent, It had assumed tho lolterous revelry and (ovlngton, Kt. liPilnutui KT unrest rained pleasure of somo Itncchanal H.i:.IIUNIlMITN' llec.lver. feast. The en sturmon for miles nround had INFORMATION tleneral liifina, Covington, Ky assembled to eugago in their varied pro.,' MAHY HCnSONS gramme, nhMi coiniuciicwl with somo old tit this scaion plantation song, sung in tho rich tlfjiigh unr KIOMPIV IS WlC'.f.'l'lt. cultured voice, full and clear, to tho ariiaiviH.iutr.. v tiuffcr from NEWPORT NEWS 4 HI55123IPPI VALL-3Its . All Hie I'A'JTKUN'S y.m .' i l southern negro. Then tho accordion, jow's 7 ' " ypitt for iiothliit; ratiuv 'f f'"tu llentlnrhti harp nnil violin played their several parts, iMihecrthtnK fiti tiik A' uratyta, ViMi whilo tho Jig mul juba most popular negro llhtumatUm, dances demanded a seriis of grotesque attiInterior Journal .lw J'dfn.v in the tudes mul contortions of body. After n day'b ROUTE J.tt.ib.t, Jtitrli and AHO Jounmy over dusty ravfa to ono unaccus.Stdrs, Jlml Jllood, tomed to such scenes thoy havo u strango fasrJittl 'trsltan, Dyspepita, XCCIllllfliiN IColliO IlMHt cination, mul afford an amount of pleasure 2Ialarla,ConstlpatloitlJiltliicil'roublc$. which nil tho manufactured negro minstrels aa -- wVOLINA CORDIAL CURES and jubileo singers of tho tiriMilod theaters i RHEUMATISM, WaohinBton, Fbilndolphla and Moniisi j, combined could novorgive. Yorktown (Vn.) Had ISlood nnd KMney Trout.lm, by rtenmlni; tlm Now York. Mood or all Its lupicltltJ, slrtujtlnnlug all parla Cor. Haltimoro American. Tho only line running With Twelve Orders for Cut Psper Psttem rf of the body. your ovn stleclion and of any s CORDIAL CURES PULLMAN NL'tV SLIJLI'lXd ( AILS Liiiilslnna'a "JIanllla 31en." BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE Y5A.R, Nenralxla, l'alns In the Limbs, ll.tclc mid hi Jen, by - ioi AND Coming to tho "colored" populntiou of St. toning the uervti and strengthening the muscle). Oernaitl pnrh, it b found that no inconsidh VOLINA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA, (THREE FIFTY). erable portion of them are what nro locally Indigestion uart Constipation, by nlillnu the VHUl'ol through t lie praHruitluuur the known in Louisiana iw "Stanilla men," cither stomach t It creates a healthy nj i uf. Louisville, Oinoinaati & liom on tho Philiiplno Islands or desreudents Ki, -- VOLINA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS. to WasLiugtou City, of colonisU from tll0o Islands. Somo of lprMlon of spirits nnd Weakness, Ly enlivenConnecting In the aama dt- - ol with them speak tho original Tagulog, tho dialect . ing und toning the system, of tho Tugnls of Luzon, butSpauUh b mainly Past Trains for Now York. aNii(iTiiritI.tTKnait7 -VOLINA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED Stouts. r.i h spoken. Tho Tagnl is n lino sjH'cimen of a 'l'lie Direct Itoi.tH to niiArriuNH, ionuinims AnritTic. S ikx- nnd Delicate Women, Puny and Flckly Children. Mulaj-- , vlth round head, high check bonos TiriC, AMI llot'HKIIIIMI JIATTrtH Lynchburg, Danville, NorloU mid all Virginia ItlsUilUlitful and nutrltlouj asp general Tonic. with Orluhml .Slrrl j;if;iiM-iiil- i, Jlhut'Utcil and thick lips. Theso Manilla men havo inand North t'Hrullna I'olnts. Vollmi Almiiniin nnd Dlnrr. I'liototirnrurrn, Oil 1'lrinrf. fiiuf termingled with Creoles, nogroes and others, For tickets and 1887. A for iKcful I look- - lmiiilMinie, complete ;li- - M'flotfi'Kla, imitihiir Ii thi .Voilil .tff;ir. Tour iinuri-i-t tirtui lurltier...-- inliirinulloii, ppT to eil'l IHIiniliowlo ( l.'IU: ..1.1 nil..n producing a great variety of mixed races. lir of Jmrrlcn. iii.MtAhl a itt iiu.mf. in upltuant, natural way. iitiilh u roe, OunoralAgonl, Lexltiginn, Ky. Ilmli Miti. irlno cuidnlix n coiijirn milChicago Ifcrald. lulled on receipt of a Ic. postage stamp. Aildreo tin- holilur in tlu ndi cllon nf any pattern lllutratril VOLINA DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. in tli fmliK'ii ili'iiiiitiiiinf In that niinihir, and In 2d ice I'luhlent. Oen'l I'an'r A? DALTIMORC, MO.. U. S. A. nny of tlit- idi'd iiunufncliiicd, tnaklni; jKittrnt Cost of uu Orango Crovp. X'ilsvlllo, Ky. (luring tho y or of tho Milim nf oir tlncc iinllara. A wrlfor uwn southern California says DKMOUIISTS MONl'llLY l Jtirlly intllhd tlm frankly tliat it is littlo short of crimo to inTlir Imrvo- -t In Ki.tni. tho r& WnndV Mndi-- M t 'I WD Uol'ur Lrci-- t duce ioor mon to try their fortunes iu tho in t'liciilitloii, nnd tho Msinurliio IV! l'l " IhoTwi i ty we eentlitly re fomiBj colonies in tho southern part of tho state. An your nf Itapuhllcatlon It N un tiniialir third KY. Kt orango grovo of flvo acres will glvo a good k mm n to us hi (,cno(t h jWrCw I a is yirtja.ihetk,iem;uj nnd enoxiilii'lvi'U .itn place It lit tl c limit V,1 TO lutL-lTS.l(, an,t (.Iret, ir l! tun nun Ttf of I'liniily I'crlmllrala living when it b mature, but to but it in full JBVUcirut..,! , tiW .,v l'vy sol I fonilJir. W. P. WA.h"OV, . . Proprtato? niiart(i,BUxllUtlirhi, i v liitwl nn'l ful 4T4VW uMairlciuc. sm. sndln every iat lioaring will cost from $.",000 to $7,500, with-oI I'lililhhi-. ) i.id ii." hy ttllir-tHtMl. " hasglicnsuithiiicn, it CS3 Jlrjonlbjtb, n houv) or other improvement Chicago New Yoilt, Alcotl .1 LUU, lJJIImjRitslMlCo. Tribune. AND MV SPECIAL AfinEFMENr COMBlM.'-- ' WITM THE llulcn.N. Y, Clnolncttl.napi llim rortcscuo's surname is Finney, and Mi uf .Stagf, 20x50. RUhl leiuutelB aot if -n SoldtirDrujBlitw Interior Journal at $3.50 For Year, Heating capjclty, Including gallery, Wj ry her fattier is a successful coal merchant in Tilts 4)1.00. rater to rood attractlnus. 184-tfsemi-weekl- Theso stores are in most Instances kept by Virginia gentlemen whoso property was swept away by war, and who havo calmly settled into n dormouso stnto of slumlicr within the shadow of tho ghostly old guide txst nt tbo cross roads to drono out a baro existence a llfo as shadowy nnd unsatbfac- tory as inougu ausorixxi nnu iosi in a mp VniiWinklo sleep. It fa somo what amusing to seo with what address nnd ologanco of manner theso Virginia country merchants prosido over their; unpretentious establishments, whilo with the brood n nnd other pcculioritici of accent and expression, which thoy doclart to bo purely Elizalcthan, thoy trace lack for centuries to an nnccbtor of tho "Wuo blooded' aristocracy; later ton first rank among th ,"F. F. Vs.," and later still, to a colonolihlp never tho rank of n private In tho Confederate army, or an intimate relationship with somo leader of "tho lost cause." In many of thoso stony is located tho country jiostoflice, tho onco lord of tho manor becoming tho duly qualified nnd recognized representative of ono of tho most oxtenslvo and most important 'departments of the American government Tho maib, in exceptional cases, ore received daily; at other remote places, and at others less frequently still. Tho mode of carrying tho maiU b iu places as quaint and primitive as that of many other sections of n century ago, employing carriages as aicicnt in appearance as the old chaiso of Washington's tinw, in somo instances being carried on horos ns dilapidated as tho revolutionary saddle upon which tho not less dilapidated meenger rules; and, indeed, tho United States mail department U represented on foot. A favorite expression, and one which seems to have a soothing effect upon tho dignified crow roads merchant and pactmastcr fa "before tlxs war," what he did and how he lived, and if then n seller of warac and trader iu cgg3 and general country produce, he speaks with a feeling of romantio pride, savored with regret, of the superior stock and largo sales "before tho war;" but times havo in financial condition, changed, wblic,-nvtho merchant? remaiiu the satun. e the cor.vrnr mbrciiakt. Grccn'a K.ectrlc Oil cures all acbei and palm. Por sale by McKobrrta A btagg ai 60c. (Jrofii's (loMou lUlmTaurT cure for Catarrh at 60c, at Mcltoberta d- SUgg'i. DR. W. D. PENNY, itimtortl, - DENTIST, - JtuiiLuotcy. nMRage ntllbeonrered ta aid from tke ti Tree of charge. Npeelal arrommnJatl oai to Commercial Traveler!. The Uar will always (applied with tke ckoteeil breads of Llqaors aad Clean. Baby waa alrk, we pare her CastorU, When alio a Child, aha cried for Castoria, When aha became Miss, she clang to Castoria, Whon aha hail Children, she gave them Castoria. TvTien va KENTUCKY OfBte on Lancaster street, next door to office. Offlc hours from a toll A. I CENTflnL 1. 1 "illittsGruHM ItuiKo' M.and tot) necessary. r. u, Anestbellca administered what NTOCKHOIiDEItS' A MUFTS.Vd Shortest and Qnloieat Ruuto from Oen tral Kentnokj to all PoinU North, East, West and Qoutuwest. Vast Lluo Uelween T1IK TIIOIlOD.llIIIKED meeting ot the stockhold isiif the First lUnk will he had at their banking house lnftlanf.ird on the!d Tuesday In January, 1SS7, for tho purpose ol electing eleven Directors to serve the ensuing year. . JOHN J. WcKOUtltra, Caihlcr, HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL .UAIUIN OF AE!LJM:. LXI2VTON A ficbedula UIXCI2VNAT3 It, ICM. In Kftect May Booth-itoo- "Vo.ll STOCKnOLDKltS' ... lltllo Iarla., lJy er dj, .. . .... ..... j. NoaTn-Bocni- T 181-t- L.&N. , II. Louisville Nashvillo R. R. in lUcn men TIIUOUWIITKDNKLINE a. TOTICJK SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. bOUTM-UOPI- . r) t. - y Littlo Itock, 8T1MY STEER 1 Arkansas and Texas, EMIGRANTS . .l . st .i...l. aHF f WONDER (11 FUL " ! i SUCCESS. V'-- ixx-uhu- ' i:ii imbv tai'Wdy CHESiPEiKEijllllO Q)eiro rest's ff.i 'Jaga ne t: -- $3,50 EMORJBST'S' t!o Of 'nil THE Mnu-ny.IiK'-i- 'm BES.l -- A SOLID TKAIN U- i. ' QV1&1&. -- HQsJsS . - ut tyt- ouoV England. laV- -