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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887012101 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. Sterni VOL. XIV. ral & a ifl rfl HIM Ml. iiiefio LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. etifaflaW imfn w4t NO. 106. II. K. TAYLOR, Or LOO AN COUKrY, Ii a Candfdsta or the office otSuperintandent of Public Instruction, aubjset to the Oemocratlo Hlata Convention. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1887. GEORGE O. BARNES GOD VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. PitbllHhed TticMilnun ami VrMav AT IS 18 LOVE And NOTHING ELSE rJCII.ia Mien , S3 133UANNIIM,CAHII. understood If we credit thatlLM will bo and demanded. XltAIH13 LOUD. Jan. 13, "pine-knot- " in my last. I made it come from the pi'nus resin om insloid of the jiinut rtgida, orehort-lea- v ed "pitch pine " The ;n'nw rwinwa Is tho yellow pine, or HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. variety, which tn grown further south, as the jt'nui ttrobut, or The repirt from Mr L. Carpenter white pine, does In the great forced of tho tlicatas that aha will probably mover. North. Having thus rectified my limping 1 iloti't know that the weather liaa nnr botany, while making, at thesmie time, an loll Jinc oil the. qienliou, but ui.irrUcen honest confession of general ignorance a to aoeui io bo prevalent all over the counlrr. iIih more intricate poinls of both fina and Henrj White anil bntle are tipemlini,' fauna, whoriivnr I go, I return with tinili- part t f lliolr honeymonn nt Mr. Adam'. minished admiration to the cheery on El White is with them catchirvr item to of our long winter nights and won-tie- r Henrr ho iililir.sl In fiitttra experience. how the nut of tho world can get along itn enoourngliii; prospect, his untlier hti without pine knols. hiTin; tiroiwhl up 15 cull Iran an.l hi The desr pen pit of Ctrrollton are just an aunt, Mrs, Adams, 1 1. kind as they can he, and our nospal has just The late wrdilintf poleror.ltie were nf captured the vlll ige From the first, ques n)urie mlmijIihJ by a tUnoa at the Hall tioning has bsen invited and enrouraced, Tuesday nitilit. This i tho channel thro' Urn doubters wira not alow in pro anil which we of the West En! express our pounding their difliaullies. They were the oaiolion", our hope, our fear, our triusual ones, that the LOUD has enabled me umphs, our defeats, our comforts ami our fairly and satisfactorily in other of grace, to answer cares nre all carried to a throne places, and the answers to which become . located in a more satisfactory as additional light is The alockliolilero of the HtHtonTille Tuesday. vouchsafed. Since the first five or alx dar? cemetery lifld a business meeting the qtieriea have ceased and all seemed The campinr reports in good shape Doan atrreed to lUten without further interrogadally. The directors aie, J. M.Cook, 11 tion. Eipecially have they taken kindly to Ilrowt. E 8. l'jwel', O. C Lyon, J. J. Dinwiddle and divine healing for the body and many havo Drr,M.T. Unwell, John been anointed "according to the command T. J. Kabinton. Officers, J. J. Drye, pres , ment." J. M Cook, sec'y., T. J. Koblnson, tress. The young folks hare had no end of Newburn celebraMr. and Mrs. good landlady's anniversary of their wedding pleasant comptny. Our ted the tenth house has hjen headquarters for the youth- at Mr. L. II. Adams' on Monday last. The f il cminnnity for ten day sml thy rareralatlves and frleuds present at the. reunion ly break up their innocent and cheerful enjoyed the occasion immensely. Your gatherings before the midnight hour draws la not well weed in the theory near. Nearly all of them are happy chrisof wedding celebrations, but he will over tians, made so by the gnspel of joy and remember this as the occasion on which he peace they haye received during tho fort enjoy eil a square meal. night post. What Hate Thtr Done? Yesteroay we made a merry pirty to via A writer In the Courier Journal submits It the grest factory that lien a mile out of theae pointed lints. town, mentioned In a former letter. Oar "We are on the ere of another Htate brother Hbaw brought round hla two mule election, and who, let me ask, looms up wagon, into which the youngsters piled, mightiest among the towering candidate? lilt it would hold no more. The air waa .No lesi an Individual than Qeo.Slmon Ibl-Iras balmy asln,Mayor June wondrous can-traOuckner. What hath this mighty from 4S houra before, when It was accommodating A Leipsic inyentor has devised an ex- term, genial, whole-soulman done? He was a commissioned Gen- cold enough to freiu everything "atlQ aa tremely dramatic mode of execution for and scrupulously honest, be has made eral In the Confederate armies, and aurren steelyards." Now the treacherous atinoe-pher- e criminals, which possesses the additional friends in the 100 miles of territory dared Fort Danelxoo. Almost any other is aoftly inviting householders to go embraced in the delivery of his office. The of being painlesa, The machinbeen gardening, aa if It never meant to chuge advantage fellow could hste done that had ha ery consists of a platform, nine meteia beat wishes of all attend him in hii new enthere and in command. For more than 20 for the worse again. square, approached by five steps, la the terprise, as they also extend to his worthy years peace, If not plenty has blest our We enjoyed our wagon ride immensely center of the platform is a chair for the young successor, Mr. J. A. Ferrell. disand found the huge factory In its "ateepy land, and the (linerat, although not The Poe tragedy, in Knox county condemned man. Behind it atanda a figfranchised, has really displayed no turn hollow," where it bad been originally ure of Juatice, holding a pair of acalea in which has been tne subject of so much sen for drawing the car of progress. Hi is a erected to sive it from the aweep of the her left hand, the acalea being movable. sational and other remark, culminated on war horsa. There are 100 mm in Kentucky dreaded cyclone, aa welt aa for proximity to Under the platform la placed an electric Sunday morning in the arreet and lodgfifteen and a perennial apring. of naw, whi, bstwein th battery, from which wires pass through tho ment in the Barbuurville jail of Amelia twenty then, were mlsguldedly lying in the Tea wealthy gentlemen bgn to build it lega of the chair into the seat and back, Worm, a lady of questionable virtue, her cold trenches of Djnelsan, that are betfer in 18C0. Their purpae was to have the terminating in platinum plates. If the pa- lover, Brice Mills, Eliaa Jackson, Riley fitted for O ivernor to day thn he is. "biggest" factory In the South and to run In the chair, Smith, Bam Mills and Marinda Howard, warrior It with alaye labor. So they planned and tient obj'c'a to eeating himself There is another distinuulshed he is simply tied in. After the sentence suspected of the murder and tubeequent aspiring to this office. Twenty odd yetw erected it 325 feet long by 133 feet wide hat b;en read the executioner lakes a stick, ctemation of the Poe family. Three of the aji he psrformed the wonderful felt (dis (my former figures inaccurate), at a cost of breaks it and places the pieces in one of party were fortified in the house of the cancelrlng $190,000, increased to $250,000 by machln pitted bf Ctpt. IIckersmith) of the justice's scales. This descends, puts the Worm wounu and three at Eliaa Jaccson's. d and extcu n an excitation In the OjIo ery, engines and G;ting-- ; 1G outhouses, battery in motion and -f- inW! The machine WmcheMer rilln and other weapons were r.enltentl.iry, through which Uen. Mirgan in handy places for the employees; 0 was tri?d nn animals in the presence of n found in bath placre, but ho prompt were and his officers ecaped, and for which he acres of forest around for unlimited largo compiny of invited guesti and pro- ihe actions of Dotective Hanter and his lantly rewardal as fuel and lumber, and then the deluge. has alreidy been abtin nounced a success. faithful little posse, consisting of Mr. R B. Old forbid Culef Jotlo of Kentucky A'ter the war it w.eald under the ham Hotelier, a reli'lve of the murdered famin, We notice' that the alleged temperance that this should be atid in a spirit of mer, in conequeace of the bankrupt of ly, and six others, that no resistance could 1. For its builders, for $35,000 and toI it will bi aj judge The pjrctiaer papers a sickly breed of sheets IceminR "jniaof wnooi at leiel cvlnc dying, it was resold by his heirs fir $2),- - with stale stories and silly slanders nnd bo oflored. Ttio accused aro hard looking th&'n Oien pirtits Hiitl den the charges preferred ed dicreii.i, if nt wtd mi, In fating to 000. It could now be bauixhl for $lo0(0. poverty "tricken paragriphs of personal against them, A great deal of deliberation il e il 1 hwe btn ob'iin epite ard a great tidal decorated jast now pirt'c pitetn a fritriotdil a'rugjie, tntuy A fosr yur ting el for $0,000, factor, 1.300 acres of fortMt with likenesses and b'ogrnphies of Mr. however, has bien exeici-o.- l in the arrest h.ivu felt a tympithy, and thot "rrness at limes and nil, I uWe tW figures as a typical Clinton Ii. Fik, of Ndw Jersey. Tne in and it is not likely tha1, if g.. I.y, they will ed wni the slightest hoHM bare failure, of uis.ay, uiin7 Ilka changes that C'dent in ilit life of this gentleman that iwcips the awful penalty that fahould fol wn n i heir gMitle, )ol brae low eodtvihs'i crime. b. i'ii bjrne down ii'd.r the iron lipoid of tlie c invuliotisof the civil wnr wrought lis studied jiut now is, tint il was 1 with his cotiutensuo.i One Is aaddeii'd on hand in thi' riven in his name an that Bucklen's Arnica Salve. the war charter. In tho world tor Cuts. Bruises The best Southern country, by the repslition of such thn republican votes were thrown away in A Centenarian. Nsw J f iter that would havo etee'ed a re Sores, baltliheuin, Keren Sores, Titter, Chapped flnce, Mr. P. E Ovens, man ftmily and fiusnoisl otttsirophes A diy or two Hands, Chilblains, Corns and nllbUu Eruptions, Off for Green wooil in the morning Ezer publican U. S Senator In that State, and eger. film Globe Hotel, of thi city, re-aud pusltlTely cures Piles, or no pay required. I, Gfo, O. Haunes therebr saved the Senato from the peril it is Is guaranteed to glT iiurlect satisfaction, or money ive' loiter from a cousin in Kentucky, iu Jeaus, Cincinnati Commercial. refunded. Prlco 25 cents per box. For sale by was a in. and among other bits of fsttiily news How Hawks ani Owm Eat-Ci- iiI Ponny A McAllster. xayinx that ''Uncle tiim Isetill Tom LingHlon, wh is one of Atlanta' piragraph Cigar smokers will draw a good deal nf An Old Citizen Speaks. Uvln.Kdd is well. He was 100 years old most enthii'iaslij eportemn, tuju: ''Did comfort from facts educed from the recent Mr J. M. Wirrls, in oil cltli of Rome, (la. on the 10 h of December." you ever notice h hawk or an owl prepar- death of John Roach. The famous ship taya that he had been badly troubled with KidThis yeterar, "Uncle Sini," is the uncle ing to make a meal on a bird. The difler-rii- ce builder Is dead from epithelioma, the same ney (Vimplalnt for a great many years and with of Mr. Owens, on his tnolbor'ii eido. The in their methods is very grcH A cancerous attack of the tongue that cirried Eczema for thico jears; at times could scarcely father of ' Uncle Him," E.ijah Danney, and hank will fust pick all the feathers off tho oil Gen. Grant. When the Utter succumb walk, and had tried many remedies without benefit, bvforo ho began taking Electric Hitters aud of M Ovens, died at Mt. Ver-no- bird, then tear it to picres us it IsderouiuJ ed, it wis said that it was anointing hi. hands wild Huckleu's Arnica Salve, 1801, at 110 years of ae. He II Kt., in t; it it in n very dainty nnd system, thn' had caused the irritation and dise.we, This treatment atTjrded him great relief and ho d waa a KiVjlutiorwry soldior, and was utic mat vvr. Not aa with an owl. After and many a lecture waB delivered with an strongly recommends Elcctrlo Bitters to all who with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood nt Charlestnn, 8. C. when the killing u bird tliu owl (Willows it wind, obvious moral. But Johu Roich, it Btemt, sutler Purifier. Sold by Penny McAllster. at that place, nud was feathers and all, Hb tnen alts quietly cigar in his life, which fsct and never smoked a Most Excellent. auiMig loeuuniber blown up at that placo in an hour or so you will ace the owl move would seem to blight the obvious moral and .1, J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxvlllo, Tenn., by the explosion of a powder magazine, but his neck nbout as if he was trying to un- leave it withered. Washington Post writes; "My family and I are beneficiaries of your waa not hurt very much. Mr. 0,tenBBcakB tangle a knot in it Then ho will port of A Southern Senator recently eaid: "Lo- most excellent medlclno, Dr. King's New Dlscor. his living and dead with just pnde of hump up his buck, lower his head and the him going ery for Consumption; baring ,found It to bo all to irhnse great ages very few people next ir.onent a hall of feithers will roll gan hated doctors. I sat next that you claim fjr It, desire to testify to its tfa Arthur's funeral, and I remember My friends to whom I hare recommended it reach now-- day e. IJul wo see no reaon on of his mouth. Tho operation a tows over these doctor Dr. King's New praise It at every oppartunltx." why lie hlmtelf Bhould not get there, or In that the owl divests the bird of ils feitlhers hlsisying to me: 'Damn they don't know anything about a fellow Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure neighborhood of 100 vears, tinleea the after swallowing it, while tho hawk plucks Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and "high feeding" he enjoya at the out every feather and quill before it takes They didn't know what was the matter allection of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Triwith Arthur until he was dying. Tho last al Bottles Krcw.it Penny A McAUster's Drug Store. popular Globe may cut Hhort his a bite "Atlanta Conmlunlnn. ai. time they had me in their clutches they txislcnce prematurely. Ilia many friend "Did yon ever try a toboigiii?" nuked treated me for rheumatism when It was my How is your blocd? Ueu Green's Sarsaparllla hope thia may not be the cace, In Augusta Tom Reed of the Hon. Frank Lawr. kidneys. I got well by not taking their For sale by Mcltolwt A Htagg at St. but that ho may live tn bo 100 years old. "No," replied Frank scornfully. "I don't, medicines. It's hII on experiment with f Augusta (Ga) News. believe in them fancy drinks. I always tnem and I don't like to ba experimented Croiv, of Marlon coiinly, Mrs. Mary take mine pUin aud on.' " Wion Baby wu aick, ho gave her CaatorU, Virginis, is 111 ytur old and In goud Waahiiuton C.djhj (sweetly) -- I underatand Mies ll)aton For a number of years her Inir When alia waj a Child, slis crieU for Castoria, health. A man In O.ittrio can repeat perfectly Mis ChlcKO tltnt tho belle of your city When shs became Miss, aha clung ta Castoria, nas as while as enow, but it is now tiirnii g titefeiabU? Mix" VTlien eho hid Children, ahegavethom Castoria barb agiiti- - In the priuiu of life she lGt3 chapters in the bible, 63 pstlui and find largo otH tho more -- Yw; but we don't Chicago (sitll weighed 275 pound.; now aha weighs ecuco-l- every collect, epistle and goqiel iu the accojdiag to tho Euglls'i liave to line tnurlla&e on our carter 100. Tnl is probsbly the most remark-abl- o Cnurch Prayer Book. Pack. Crow" on record. c ua of "O.d Caiiuomton, Dkau iNTr.mou: I mads in clasiffiiig my '37. tola-'a- n alight W. P. WALTON- - lon;-liaTe- com-tiiut- ball-room- I)e ar at Mr J A Eweil, a peregrinating typoSamuel Purcell bought a lot of ahoata OF THE grapher, hailing latterly from Chattanooga, Monday at 3 cents. COMPANY. hla form down in this city. O, LINCOLN LAND A child of John Riddle died Monday has for a shooting stick! com. of cerebrospinal mencngetls. Lincoln All issraons A largo number of horses throughout Wllllo E. Smith, perhaps the youngest I.tnd Company hartm debts azslnit tha tbein to aro muosted to present V. Alnnrn at till nfflLn In Kr the county are reported to have distemper. foreman on the rocd, gets to Pine Hill to u. ittviiA nn, 1J7-President Sheriff White took to Frankfort Tuur-da- y take charge of the fiction there, He is a Jack Oarens, the young houeebrenkcr. wor.hy bay and cinnot fail to succeed. Mr S. 11. Caudill, of Larue, is in the F. Francisco has lensd the mill of Maret & Co., on Skaggs creek and Is doing cities hi! ring goods for tne film of Pnelp? & Caudill, at that place. M. Phelps has a lively business. imiltlljr openliij; an elegant line of Fall Mlllln-tr- r. sold a half intrtet in his store here to Mr. is low with pneumoMrs. Win, Including all nia, Mrs D C. 1'oynter and others on eick Alex Tntil The Latest Novelties of the Season. Uncle Nick Sitidifer is hero talking lint nre improving. A regular old fashioned candy pulling m he obovrs his eatnple case around in the Alio Notion), such as Handkerchiefs. Collars CulTj. You wag given at Mr Lit Arnold's Monday Interest of his Prof. II. K.Tay and And tne ituchlog, CoricU, Hustloi, etc. Hml-lwill at the rooms lately vactl by A Warrer . next door to the Myers House. lor, for Superintendent of Public Instrucnight. All present ha 1 n fine time. KATE HVHHKUAK. A daughter of George Howell, near tion. W're for tha professor out thh way. S. N. French, Eq , of Harlan, was Livingston, is very low with consumption TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. nnd not expected to live but a few days. down this weeu and report things ever It is reported here that Mrs. Liir, tho lastingly booming in that wilderness, of the At hla solicitation. o accompanied V. K. Trlb. II trfau expects the C. V, ble to Versailles, Ky., to exaioiuo the Hodge A womnn recently taken to the asylum at Louisville W Hedge Wlro Lexington, died at that pliitu a few days ro,Hil to carry ctvilizttion almost to her Fencesfences constructed tir tho represents. We Co.. which Mr. TrILblo found the fence just as represented In erery Parvery doors. since. ticular, being absolutely st ck proof and we also One indictment waa found by the last ThegenIslCi.pt Rtberts inhere. Wil-li- e consider It ulghly ornamental to the farina on are construct il. Wo fiud upon enwhich grand jury for vote selling, agtinat a man Mahan has been very sick. The lovely quiring they Company are perfectly responsl ble for the named Farlar, and one against the man Mifs Dora Parsley, after a pleasant stay all thtlr contracts. We take pleasure In recom. mending tho Company and their lence to all In who bought his vote. A, W. Hmith, here has returned to her home in the coun need oftenclng. A. W. Carpkktkb, We understand the new agent at Jelli- - try. 8 B , J. S. and C li. Reid, Manche- C. L. Caow, 19Mm. U.U. Uovkk. J.M.Snow. co has Fent in his resignillon and probably ster have been here. Mr. W. M. Bogle, the Uet man on the road, Wilburn Turner, a poor, but InduHri-o- us of Rowland, will take the plare. farmer of this county, lost all he had CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, Mr. V. P. Freeman, who has been by fire a few daya ago; corn, meat, wearing OF I.ASC'ASTKH, KY. working in the furniture factory here, has apparel, everything being conaumed in the purchased an interest in the same and baa flames that left him homeless. Charity CAPITAL - - - $135,000 00 assumed charge of the working depart- should not turn a deaf ear (o the mute apThis Bint solicits accounts of lndlrlduala. firms ment. peals of his fire poor little children. and corporations. Its facilities for maktag colO.it of about $300 sent from thia counDied -- Sunday evening, at her father's lections, la all parts of the United States, are un ty withiu the laat two years to the Louisi- home, Mil" Nannie Wiggington, of con surpassed, and cutomera are at all times granted ana Lattery only one pitiful little priii of sumption. Thia is the third daughter of any reasonable accommoda.iOvS they aoo proper cltl-te$20 has been drawn and that by Mr. G. Mr. Wigginton within two years to lay to ask. We beg to Oder our serrlcea to the ot neighboring counties, without Banking W. Fagin at Pine Hill last week. down the carea of life and take up a crown facilities, and assure them that any business aent Mrs. Sallie Williams went down to of glory in tho home of tho redeemed. us shall at all times hare prompt and faithful atWilliamsburg Tueeday to see her brother, W n)lected in our last to ofler the tention. i is J. L. Whitehead, the druggist, who ii down congratulations of the myriad of friends of with rheumatism. II. G. Williams, who Mr. Lucien C. Alcorn here, to himJ. M. HIOGINBOTHAM, has been under treatment of Dr. Carpen- self nnd the loving, trusting girl, who is to LEWIS Y. LEAYELL, JOEL J. WALKEB, ter, of your place, for the last two weeks, make hla home happy till death dq them J. 8. JOHNSON, v J. W. L03AN, T. M. ARNOLD, returned to college at Lexington Monday. part. "Wink" was one of "our bays" for L. V. HUBBLE, B. Q. MULLIN8. J03. SIMPdON, F. L. Thompson is speaking of going into several years and gathered friends about Poynter moves to him whose very best wishes for a long and thd horee trade. D. C the Braes property this week. Mra. J. L. happy married life are hereby tendered. J.M. UIGaiNBOniAJf.PUEST. Hetxmann, of Maretburg, this county, has Gen. John Morgan Puckett, for a year LEWI8 V. LEAVELL, returned to Germany and Switzerland on a and a half agent and operator at thia place, J. P. SANDIFEB, CASHIER, named W. . Patton is here baa returned to bia former home at Glasvisit. A man B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. getting up a class in "a short method in gow Junction and will, we believe, embark mathematics." D. B EJmiston has return- in the tobacco business. Mr. Puckett is a MACK BBUCE'3 ed from Oaio gentleman in the fullest measure of the NOTICE TO CREDITORS For Sale aja Bargain. l. MIIiXaXNEKY. I oner lor slo prlfately In Stanford, Ky., a desirable residence with leren rosms and t Terr rch Writ of water at he door; stablo, amoke hoii'8, AC About an acre of ground in the lot. for terms, Ac., apply to II. a. Al.h'OM), 'M- Agent for J. It. Allord. MEWCOMB IIOVJBJj MT. VERNON, KY. This old and n Hotel Is still maintaining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. opeciaiauention to the trarellng public. V. XmVVOJIlt, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. -id Ban-in-Ia- or 16J-2- l Illuo-Ura- JE. II. FOX, The Photographer, Danviilo, - - - - Ky. Frames Mario to Order. A Qraud THE oiubf iiutioii JOURNAL INTERIOR na And the LouJstIIIo i lit cjcoita Weekly Courier - Journal One year for only 83 two pipers for little more than the priced one. Courier-Journa- OlP-FICEU- By paying us 53 you will receive lor one year your home paper with the l, the representative newspaper of the South, democrat. Ic and for tariff for revenue only, and tha best, brightest and ablest tamlly weekly Iu the United Htate. Those who desire to examine a sample copy of tha Courier-Journcan do so at this office. al Concert Grand, PIANOS ! Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, pquare Grand. ed, Buggy & Implement House. I hare now We are opening the most carefully selected, the flnestand boat stock of A Full Lino of Whoat Drills and othor Agricultural Implomonts, Besides a PIANOS AND OKGANN Ever brought to this city. Kvery Instrument la the prlda of an artist and prices range from 10 to IS percent, lower tnan other dealera ask lor tbt same goods. Persona ot musical and art culture are Invited to an I nsnectlon of the beautiful, cultivated, refined tone and artist designs ol thuo celebrated lmtrumcnta: utt Fall Line ot Buggies and Wagons Always on hand. In connection with my plcment business, I will also carry a Im- - Tho World-renown- ed Kunbc, tho Fa & liious Decker Son, Coinnlcto Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dreasod. erett and tho Itcllublo Now England Pianos, the I'oimlar Ev- Prices on everything as Low I solicit a sharo 112-1 The Celebrated Olough and Warren and h any oue. the John Church ot Co, Organs. of yourpatronsge, Respectfully, scat-Ure- yr J. il. IIIICCB. FJVJE COJOSAMSJ! Thou ihalt no to JIOVIISK'S for all tby Christmas Goods. I';ason' li urno has Just received dlrrct from New York City tho nicest and cae&pcst lot ever brought to tuts urtk of the w ods, Tnou slult buy the medidnea from Bourne P.sason; Ujuruo'a goods aro pure. Thy Ufa Is too valuible to ba sacrlujud b;oaUM of Inert rem edlrs. Ihou shall marrt soon, very soon. llcasou: The cooe bono nurketh this a hard winter, ard Bourne's tutlet article!) will make thee lieautilul above thy tallows. (It thou dost not ile Ire to marry, thou cart desire to bo envied became oftny beauty. Thou shall go hunting aud fishing. Bourne has the materials Thou slult have a b.ihv. a flJdle. nn accordion, violin strings, lampi, lratues, pkturis, mirrors, warranted lewelry. ijourne ins mesa aM I lie nueu ioi oi rauuiu evrr brought to blaufuJ. Thou slialt keep iu mlrd that 1'oun.e is Ibe cleverest uwu (ex 'pt Lr Cjx) t id the best ira.l to deal wlih "Itr rd, vlolots bluo, "hakrsrcnro Piurne'a is the place lor you, fact, the half ut his glories and Hue goods In have not been told tbee. Pleaso communicate with us for catalogues, term mil prices. H. It. tt-- Tj. IOOK, Special Ag'ls, Stanford, Ky. Or P.OjE It. IUCHARD, Inferences: A. 11. PenDy, Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, J. il. Philips, J. M. Moore and James liiai-le- J. y, d; bit-ler- man, Laucaiter, Ky. Ktauforu; Gen. W. J. Laudram Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab nnd Mies Lltzle Orch-ai- Huff- 133-l- l, fee-jin- t;t 1 om & nsassim ii from The direct through lino and old established routa i Lonisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii and all points in the West. Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to lit. Louis, anreo (a) uauy i rains irom ijiccinnati to at, Louis. Only JO liuttfH from Louisville and Cincinnati Louis. Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a Through Slooping Car From Cinclnatl to3t. Lrmli. tot. , INFORMATION MANY u, cigar-smuki- ng c PERSONS n( this tca.ion t" OC TUT Istboouly line running Rr IVX. through X HO irom Louisville aud Cincinnati to at, IauIs, all other routes being made up of combination of small roads, rpti J. I'ABJqlkl'.YQ tuffcr from -' Tho Ohio Xeuralgla, JllitumatUm, 1'ainn in tho Limbs, Hack and Slttts, JIail JltooJ, J)iilttje3tlon,l)iitjtfpala, Slalarla, Constlpat lutt.tJCtdney Troubles. blood of all Its Imparities, slrcugtheulu; all parts of the body. toning the nerves and strengthening CORDIAL CURES CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, Had Blood and Kidney Troubles, by cleansing the llcaifaclit, neither virtue. H or-o- ry CURES h VOUHA CORDIAL Limbs, Dick nnd Sides, by Nruraljtta, Pains In the the muscles. DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion and Constipation, by nldlns the alm-Hatin- g orihe Pood through the pror r uitlou of the stomach it creates a healthy upiwilte. OUNA 11011T. H. PUltMAN, Trav. Pass. Ag't O A M. lt'y, Sou oriel, Ky. W. JI. till ATTUC, JOHN V. UABNAltD, Utn. Prua. Ag't, 1'rts, and Ucu'l Man'gr, Cincinnati, O. A. Mississippi Hallway runs Palatial bleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coaches on all train:. Direct and close connections are made tn UNION DEPOTd with divulging lima by tho O. A. M. Hallway, thus avoiding trublesome transfers by other routes. Tho Ohio A Mis isslppl Railway Is the only line between Louisville, Cincinnati and tft. Iiuls under one management, runiuug all Ha trains through solid nnd In conen,ueuco IWuto is recognised First-Cla- ss those Cities, connecting lines for Apply to ticket Agents of (ull particulars aa to rates, time, inapa, circular! or any desired information, or writs to CORDIAL CURES HERVOUSHESS, enliven-lug prelon of rrlrita -Y- and Weakness, by nnd tonic; the system. OiB.il HOUSE ICY. 0LINA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED nnd Dellnto Women, Puny and Sickly Children. It Is delightful nud nutritious as a general Toulc. Vol I ii :i Aiiiiiiiinu null Dllirr. 1HH7. A for iiBi'rul llnnit an.l 8TANFORD. W. P. "WALTON, - - Propriotor BUoof Btago, 20x50. Eight complete acti of Been, ery. Heating capacity. Including gallery, 6Ca O ueaaouabia rater to good atuactiooa. liiimlsome, complete letting how to (.rill! DlHKVMH nt 1IU.MU lii n nleaant. natural way. Mailed on receipt of u :c. postage stamp. Address VOL1NA DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. DALTIMORC, MD U. S. A. .' gr7 jiiz itxw timhwu-c- 'iKjAukz mt m'a'"-- 1 j MA a to OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. In Troy, N. V., William Gilfillan.Ida and Caroline Bennett were found dead, sit M. Lf.ickney has bought tho intorest J, bills, provider that the proceed of the sales ting about a room aa they had been con- of M. M. liters in the Into coal buincjs of all public lands balonging to the United versing when overcome by fuel gas from gas of Smiley & Peters. January 21, 1887 States, and all fees received at the general works near by. Stanford, JKy., Rowland & Sons will shortly remove JJ:3 FOUU1II AVENUE, In The keeper of the and district land office) and covered into their shoo store to tho room recently occuJohn Lovery, has himself been pied by Wm M. Fiolds, Jr. Fred Lirarus, treasury, during the next ten years, the W. P. WALTON. commencing on thofirat diy of July, 1888, sent to hll in default of $3,000 bill for tuo Tnird street dry goods merchant, will be, and the same are hereby, dedicated and shooting almost without a cause n farmer occupy tho room to bo vacated by tho for the support of common scuoola named John Kersey. Rowlands. The Ilarpora recently sent a corps of set apartin existence, or which may hereJudgo Kincaid telegraphs that the At already Judge R. J. Breckinridge, candidate artists through the South (or writers and after ba established within tho States and torney General Bays there 100 applicants for the democratic nomination for represenS.-FI- NE GOODS the purpose of jotting down and illustratTerritories and the District of Coluui bin; from Kentucky for the Washington Terri- tative in the next Legislature, addressed a ing tLo wonderful development of its unnot moro than $7,500,(100 tory judgeship. The judge thinks also that large audlonce at tho court-housMonday limited resources. The current number of provided, that per annum be expended. This bill is not all of them will be left. evening. Messrs. Grubb) and Lyle, though the WccUy has numerous illustrations of A Washington special says that among so objectionable as the others, but it Is said in town, did not speak. interretine points in Richmond, Virginia, thoco who will receive benefits under tbe this will not pass thii tclou, even Mt. Clay Powell, of Hintonvllle, was and a sketch of its ureal natural advantages that Mexican pension bill, pasod Tuesday, are Jddqe Aykes, of tho Indianapolis circuit Congressmen Morrieon, Forney, Viele Bnd in town Wednesday and Tnursday. Mr. and industrial progress From it we gathGranville Cecil and family have come to er that the population has doubled in "0 court, sustained the injunction against Rob- Negloy and Senator Maxey. -town to remain till spring; tbe have rooms years and is now stated at 80,000 souls. Its ertson, who was elected lieutenant governDealer in- The charred bodiea of four unknown ntGiltners. Ciptain Sam M. Boone, of is valued at $16,000,000; or, from presiding over the Senate, holding taxable property tramps were found in the ruins of a cir of its 700 factories represent a capital of $12,-00- 0 that "a governor or lieutenant governor can cotton which caught fire on tho Chesapeake, Somerset, is here. W. 8 Nichols, of Rack-c.wtl- e, U on a brief visit to his father, J, B, 000 and employ 18,500 operators. The not be elected by the people to fill a vacanOhio and Southwestern near Paducah. It to be the cy In either of said offices, the Constitution Nichols. leading industry still continues ia supposed that they got in the carat Mem Sberill JauifH Brown and Win. Mc manufacture of tobacco, of which $10,000,-00- 0 itself providing how such vacanoy may be phis. g Clintock, both ol Columbus, Ind., wero In worth is annually rent out from its fac- filled. An election to fill such vacancy Mrs. Kate L. Terry, the heiress to a town Wednesday, the latter to lako n look tories. Trie largest cigarette manufactory unauthorized and illegal, it follows that part of $50,000,000 loft by her husband, at Charle Henderson, the alleged "crook," country is located there, employing the defendant, Robjrtson, has no title to in the Juan Pedro Terry, the Cuban sugar plan- Mr. McClintock, who Is 76 ye.ua old, 000 white girl and 100 men and boys. It the office he claims. Therefore, Smith is ter, has brought suit against the New York claims to positively identify Charles as one turns out 2,000,000 of the little cigars eyery dejure, as well as de facto pre?ldent of the World and Morning Journal for $100,000 for of the two men who swindled him out ol working day in the year and they find Senate." The ca o wai tiken at once to defamation of charac er $5,000 on tho 3M day of August 11. their way to every part of tho globe Next the Supreme Court. The total earnings of 03 of the princiMr. L M Gray and Mi-- s Lily I'owoll, to the tobacco industry are the iron interThe district attorney at Washington pal railroads in the country in 1SS6 negro-gate- d niece ol Rev. J. U. Bruce, were married by ests. Tliero are a number of works, of having made some aharp reflections on the $341,352 956, an increase ol $30,064,-51- 2 which the Tredegar is the most extensive, that minister at his residenco on Tuesday refusal of Judce Durham to allow some over the year before. Among the heavits monthly pay rolls frequently amounting at 11 o'clock. Oaly a few iutimate friends charges to be paid by tho government, the iest earnings wero the Louisville & Nashto$o0,000. Hero railway iron, spikes, of tho parties were present. On the nuou controller comes back at him in a card that ville, which took m S13 9S9.871. traiu tuo name day Mr. Gray and liia bride cars, engines and locomotives are bristled with G'ht. He cilia the attack During the progress nf n trial in the went to Lixington and will visit friends in turned out in large numbers and the estabCourt-houtcowardly and unwarranted and characterat Tizewell, Va., A. J. May lishment is one of the raoit important facLouisvillo and Ohio county beforu returnizes tho sta'?menh of the attorney a tis- accused A J Baldwin with bavins sworn tor in the development of the South. Tho ing to Diutille where tboy expect to make sue of falsehoods without even the slightest falsely, whereupon both parties drew their their home. Old Dominion Iron and Nail Works make foundation. It is well for tho administra- revolvers and began firing at cich other. The marriago of Miei Llssie Saott, over 25 000 tons of nails every year. A tion that it has a man over tho treasury May nnd four others were wounded. daughter of John Scott, nf this place, and Bevcmer Heel plant, the only one in the -- O.d "Mother" Hubbard, who for 31 that not only kcows but dares to do hie Mr. John Meenir, of Mercer oouuty, oc South, ha? been placed hre and is ready to duty in rejecting illegal accounts years has looked through the bira of the go into operation. The Richmond Cedar currcd at the rwidenco ol J M. Hacknv Penitentiary, died this week. The is stated on reliable authority that 05 Indiana Wednesday evening at 3 o'clock. Rev. P. Work', which manufactures wooden buckets crime for which she was sentenced to life tubs, &s , is an immense establishment and percent, of the wholesale liquor dealers of T.Hale, of tbe Btptitt church, officiated. assisting her husemploys hundreds of men. A paper box this country, 75 per cent, of the brewers imprisonment waa for Messrs. Henry Mecnix nnd W P. Soott band, who was hung, in the murder of a were the attendants. Mr. and Mm. Me-ni- x factory, the largest in the world, turns out and 50 per cent of the retailers are foreign from 125 000 to 150,000 boxes every day, born. Here is food for some reflection, es- wholo family in 185i. are now abent on a short trip to Cin Tbe widow of J hn GtiiTen, prominent cinnati. and yet tbe demand exceeds the stipplf . pecially when it ii remembered that nearly is suspectad of Mils Narclssa While, of Pennsylvania, Here are located tbe only glue factory in all the dark and devili'h plots of the anar- citizen of Delhi, N. Y., poisoning her husband that she might mar- national lecturer of tho W.CT U., dellv-ere- d the South and the only paper twine factory chists originated in saloons run by those ry a coachman named Arthur F. Hoops, a temperance lecture, entitled "Sivc in the United States. The Gallego and foreign boms. who haa been acquitted of like disposal of our boys," to a crowded bocse at Haxall mills are among the largest in the the Frank Hiscock, who has been a mem- his wife. GrifTn' remains have been ex- nut street church Wednesday night. Wal country and they manufacture and export ber One of Congress from the Syracuse district and are under examination. avast amount of flour annually. It does for five terms, was nominated for Senator humed story is being told that the Young of her auditors Inform) your young mau Tbe a natiye of the old State and an erstwhile from New York to succeed Warren Miller. that Miss White fayors argument, persuaMen's Christian Association at Sharon. Pa., good to reeident of the old city, a power of sion and kindness to bring about temperThe latter was hardly much more than a compromised with tbe gamblers of that read the story of its advancement and and not the methods of those fanatics notch on a stick, bat Hiecock has consider- town and declined to prees their intended ance and we give this resume of the who say to their neighbors, "We have conable ability and'is one of his party's leaders, protecution against them under a promise article in question confident that it will cluded that it is beet for your morals not to that the Association shall receive one half Gen. Bockner submit his "pretencause a feeling of pride to animate tbe permit you to buy or sell any kind of liof the proceeds of the various games. heartB of every eie who once looked to tions," not his claims, to the democracy of quor;" in other words, "We have concludA few weeks ago while some parties regulate your personal habits for you, Richmond as the capital of his loved South- the State, and he used the distinction ad in ed to were removing an old dwelling-housvisedly, without being requested by you to do so." ern Confederacy. Casey county, near the residence of Major NO TES OF CURRENT EkENTS. A tool woman named Nina Van Zmdt F. D. Rigney, $1,000 in money was found, (Sent for Tuesday's Issue but miscarried.) "Phantom" and "Ghost" parties seem ia trying to marry the anarchist, Spies, who The fund of Mrs. Logan now amounts supposed to have been hidden in the build ing by an old man named Bader, who re- to be the rage here at present. sentence of death, but the clerk to $60,000. is nnder Mr. Ephralm Holt and Miss Amanda has thus far refused to issue a license. It Gen. Lawrence Suliiyan Ross is now sided there many years ago. Columbia Johnson, both from the vicinity of Junction Spectator. ii said that the friends of the condemned governor of Texas. In his inaugural address, Gov. Green City, were marrisd by Judge Lee in the are working the racket, hopeful in the SenaGeorge Gray has been of New Jersey, alluded to the President circuit clerk's office Monday morning. of the success of their plana to get a tor from Delaware. event MA-IIIIIAlttIN.T-,utoofMontloollMrs. John J. RoberUon, formerly Mist Olorlc. pardon for him, or at least a commutation A $100,000 hotel ia to be built on Wal- thus complimentary: President Cleveland, of the polAnna D. Innes, daughter of Mr. George dlsplte the cavil and complaint of the sentence, aa they believe the govern- nut Hills, Cincinnati. enough to peror would not be Alliance, O., suffered a fire, which de- iticians, commands the confidence of the Innes, died Friday evening, leaving an inY.SrtrJb-rsO- T people for his steadfast devotion to princi- fant but a few hours old. The funeral ocmit a yonng bridegroom to be so ruthlessly stroyed $110,000 worth of property. matched from his bride. The proper soluGov. Luke Blackburn ii thought to be ple; his determined execution of the law; curred Saturday evening. Harvey Pope and A. J. Rice sold on his integrity and his strict observance ot tion of the whole matter would be to lock fatally ill on his plantation in Arkansas. public office is a public trust. Friday to H. Toler, of Wichita, Kansas, up in a lunatic asylum and the woman The Houss passed the pensiou bill the rule that their fine mare, Oriana, for $2,500. Oriana hang Spies as soon as a gallows can be got- grunting $12 per month to indigent solCRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. has a record of '29 and is bv Red Wilks, DSlLXtSlHten ready. diers of a dam by Bourbon Chief, in Senator Eugene Hale was his letter to the Hart county demothe wife of out In Born, on the 17th inet., to " Mr, L C Alcorn and bride, nee M'ss Drurjs, Books, Stationery and VJ Tuesday and Senator Cocktell in rw J II r. crats, Gen. Buckner makes a promise that Maine Mr. Dan Holman, a son. Bettie K. Hop.ion,of Greensburg, who were i auoy hi iiuiuo. it would be better for the peoplo if all the Missouri. Little Jennie Evans has an attack of married last Thursdav, have rooms at the Heaviest snow storms of the teabon in He says: would subscribe to. candidates fevei and is quite sick. Mr. Mc. Holmes i'hrilctaot' r'tcrlplloni nrrumtilj cnmpoumltxl residence of Dr. J. C. Bogle, on Miin AIo Minnesota "I will enter into no engagement nor mike abandoned. and Dakota. Trains have been and family are all better at this writing. CTlwrfrffiV ",""1""" If Mr J. S. Hundley nnd family are moving rYr vr-- m .fjiwrir&v-any combinations which may tend to defeat The Sunday School Institute, which is fviAsurMn JJEV7E3LERS- to Washington county. Mrs James Bsnnctt, of Richmond, has to begin the pnrty. " " '. v and continue until the free expression of the will of here Rev. John L Smith has rrnted the petition to Congresi asking that after Sunday promises to be a very enjoyI will do nothing which will not leave me presented aallowed to vote. The Largest 8took of Waioboa, (Hooks, Oiraitead property and will more to town in a portion, should X be chosen to fill the women he able occasion. Let all attend who poesibly Jewelry and Silverware Ho will open a groBoon with his family. Henry Dawci haa been elected U. S. high tffice, to discharge the duties of the can. cery store in the room formerly occupied V.itr txrotM to tWfl rairkol Vrrr Iwor Ibun to succeed him trust with entire fiJelity to tho people and Senator from Massachusetts Mr. PerKins Payne hae sold hid boue by Rl'jhtrds'jn'a the IiwhI. Watfbrf, Clvk uml Jewelry Ue- Michi- renlaurnnt. F. W. lland-rmi- i nn hnr notir nnd n'.miiM nntrammeled by any entangling promise or self. Stockbridge was elected in and lot on Elm street to Mr. W. A. Carson gan. will open a grocery in the western alliance " for $200. Mrs. Paulina Hares and family, Unless fooner forced to a settlement, store room recently put up by tho PInuInp Tub Frankfort Capital calls attention to the Pacific Hailroad, at the end of tbe year who have been living there for the past Mill Co., and A. P Wilson will convert fact that the State Senators to bo elected next 1897, will owe the Government $110255,-652.1- year, have moved back to Stanford. the east end of the old Central House Into a Last Thursday night Mr, W. T. Saun-der- s store-rooAugust will not only assist in choosing a sucand open a grocery therein Five frame buildings were burned at cessor to Senator Beck, but to Senator gave a hop at his new home and all Wnoelee desires to open a grocery? Iso-la- 's Blackburn as well. 8enator Beck's success- Mt. Sterling Monday night, including who wero present enjoyed the evening very Col. J. W. Guest has fust completed confectionery and Trimble's livery much. There wan also a hop at the college or will be elected next winter and Senator the erection of a combined stable and barn, Btable. Blackburn's by the LegUlatnre of 1889-9hall last Monday night. Dancing eeoms to that ia such a model of convenience that it John Oilman Clark, of Worcester, to pa?s that the State Senator 8o it comes be the feature of the day here now. would be well for those thinking of putting Mass., has bequeathed a million of dollars V i VJi, piv who is chosen b'y the people in August will Last Sunday Mrs. Mira O erst reel up such buildings to inspect before doing to found the Clark University at that HRf be a political factor of no mean resources fell from the top to the bottom of a (light so Its outside dlmcnslous are 30x30 feet. L fc F place. and a gentleman whose acquaintance is not of stairs and when Mrs. Whit Montgomery, In the lower etnry aro four stalls, two of TheBliir educational bill took its was wholly them 15x18 feet rquare, the to be diepised. , '"K-other two 15 place at the foot of the House calendar her daughter, reached her she and fearfully bruised by the feet square. All of them are provided with n Tjik House has pasocd the Mexican pen-io- Wed nt s. lay and will never come out any unconscious fall. 8he is sufiering intensely but no cast-irofeed troughs, which work on pivbill, which proyidea the payment of more. rC-J- . month to any diabled survivor 62 a representative bones were broken, ot, so they can be upset and cleansed in a &tpt. Ritclifle, late $3 per We can not refrain from mentioning moment. All the troughs can be supplied years of age, who served CO days in tbe from Harrison county, and a leading lawwho incurr yer of his section, died at Cnthiana Wed- just here an elegant toitet case shown to us with feed from the feed-stwithout the Mexican war, excepting those a few days ago. It was of handsome wine person distributing the feed moving from Is still idling tho old reliable OLIVER, and alio hat an improvement that ed such disability in the service of the Con- nesday, aL'fd 15. is dostintd to make it much more popular than it has ever been, Another drouth prevails in Texas. No colored plush and had tho appearanco of bio tracks. From the second story tbe federacy. With the passage of this bill we Don't buy a pump until yon see the BUCKET ELEVATOR, and for cut a tiny organ, but when unfolded re- feed stall can be by means of trust the body will turn its attention long rain? have fallen since September. The being JEWEL and ECONOMIST to attend to somo loiaof stock is light aa yet, but serious re- vealed to the beholder all the little arti- ingeniously coutrived machinery operated ting boxes buy the 8ECTI0N CUTTER. enough from pensions cles necessary to a lady's toilet. It was by a person standing in the stall. Hay can RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. anticipated. important interests of the country. sults are more Also a general lino of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cemont Flue tilWashington Lake, of White Day, Va., presented to Miss Ellen Ward by a certain also be put into two of the stalls at once, Durham haa ordered that no Judge telegraph operator. We were and with very little trouble, by a person in ing, &c. haa four grown daughters, all of whom handsome ) W. II. McKINNEY. more money bo paid Congressman Curtin, also shown a very large and handsome edi the 2d story. The cost of tho building, the AUUUBTWKIDINOER f H,.iMm,n is due the have become insane within a few days with of Pennsylvania, till the $994 he by outside of which is dressed pine, tion of Dante's Inferno, Illustrated any apparent cause. stripped, government on unsettled accounts while he out The House committee has agreeed to a Dore, presented to Miss Louana James by was $100. waa minister to Russia is settled. To all we will not tell whom. abolish CO unnecessary customs The Danville Advocate learns that "Colmen of business this will ap bill to Miss Jennie Kennedy has returned onel" Bradley, dispense with 100 employes and government should districts, rhois talked of as the re pear exactly right. The home after spending several weeks in tbe publican candidate for governor, did not save the government $100,000 annually. be expected to pay monoy to a no more Thero has ben a violent upheaval in country with Miss Annie Holmes. Mr. man that is owing it than an individual tho bed of the Big Uly Run, a tributary Sam Hardia went to Louisville Tuesday risk the shoddier of any blood in the late unideseuutuw, but secured his title on his under the same circumstances. of Guyandolte river, in West Virginia, and to buy a new stock of groceries. Mies Al- good looks. That accounts for one bogus The demined horrid grind continues in fisures are found in tbe mountains adjutant, ice, his daughter, and little Llna Kennedy colonel, but how in it about many other Indiana, Turple, the democrat, leads for At a performance of the Hobrew accompanied him. Misses Alice and Sal-ll- e Kentuckiuns who wear the title and who Ward are back home again altera pleas were neither in the service nor but the four labor men vote for a Dramatic Club in London Tuesday night, Senator, are good Dacandidate of their own or hold off, and can somebody shouted "fire" and in the stam- ant visit in the country to Miss Maggie lookiu Commonwealth. sequently neither candidate gota the requi- pede that eonued 17 persons wore trampled vis. Mrs. Ellen Blunders, of Westerville, Senator J.N. Cimden, of West VirOhio, who haa been visiting here, has re to death. site number A company known as tbe Richmond turned home and her many warm friends ginia, has been nominated his own success, telegraphs his paper from Sam Bubdetx point Terminal now has control of regretted very much to haye her go. But or by a democratic caucus, which means Indianapolis that Ben JUarriwn is beaten & certainly agrees with her for his eleollou. senator. We hope his next telegram 5 783 miles nf railroad, which la exceeded Westerville I'iiuap)i'mbneco sales last year who lacks only by only two irtein, the Misiourl Pacific she Is looking better and handsomer than Hill eay' that Judge Turpie, I auoui." o !72Uoad. weevsriaw her. been chosen to succeed him. and thi Pennsylvania. M vole, ha The Crane educational bill, which for both the substitute Blair nod tho is a Willi- WALSH, THE P. tailor; KY. work-hoUB- Nich-olaevlll- e, IOUIS!TIIiX13 H3y EXCLUSIVELY. o JEd WAlfi bo-in- PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, CONFECTIONS, TOBACCOS, &c, &c. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, i3ti,ia.j:o37c3.. 3E.y- l, o Tlie following Seasonable Goods are in Stock: Citron, Layer and Seedless Rais- It the ins, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Macaroni, Cheese, Oat Meal, Hominy, Beans, Krout, Honey, Butter and Soda Crackers, andCanned Goods in Great Variety In addition to the above lie has all m ,f?i o NECESSARIES OF LIFE, m All of which are as good, and perhaps a little better, than can be found anywhere else. o, ,;A hard-harte- d W iBumwixm -- PHARMACISTS, i jf ir iXIft)ff n. (t!LS. CA WCs&SLr$gK iy V.K st-e- rt X if "jiiinwW'.w':4Miur.iiiT. rlrl 8 m OLIVER PLOWS! 9 0 Eift iVH 'tJ,-'T'. 4E F all w. ii. inooirv fair-minde- d Wall Paper, i Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. WEARER Stanford. Wt Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. nmiiiw nmmiKrwmimMnmHmB FitEflit jrooJ in ernllen 7.rioCjr at Joe F Wntera'. MARRIAGES, CENTRAL KENTUCKY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. S r;:m&z5ttz&z7iiEHiz2. n Lincoln Walla, a widower, and Miss Millie Ann Young were married en tho 19:h. Staut'ord. Ky January 21. 1887 at a rufll? jrnilenhy. Alex II, Anderson, a wealthy farmer IJkst qunlllf ilrcai ginsjhouH at 8 ceate of Clark, nged 07, was married this woek to parynnl. D. KliiB. B. O. WALTON, - DualnoBB Mannfjor, MU4 Amvidt EMmm jut budded into STomtW. II IFiaKtnn' ttml rca Iho ft eweei 23. Tne old gontleman had bean n motiu Oliver Chlileil Plow. t.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. widower four months to a day. Jahn A. Bryant and Mls Obedience, Mr John Poli.iam will begin a public Uall train goln Worth......... - 2 10 P.M. ... Bouth daughter of John W Spirei, neir High.I'ilSr. m. school at Ml Xenia Monday next. II 111 Cm.. Inlnll Month land, were uurrlod yesterday. The young . 2 l'J A.K j ' Horn........ Duf8 Cheai D. Klana will sell you iady haa n good name and we hnve no Til . joto 1i calculatod on standard time. Bolar tricola at 47 ccnti par yard, worth 1 ! About 30 tnlnuUt faitort doubt that hhe is n tojd in nature. 65 coots. Tlllle Perron, n pretty girl of Salmon LOCAL NOTICES. Mn. Tiiarp !iuaifK4, brother of Mre. J. Fall, N. II , directed nor two lovers, DanBoy your School UuuIm from Penny A B. Dickereon, died nt bin homo in Garritd nie Kennedy and Wm, Collins, to wrestle, McAllfltcr. county of pneumonii yesterday. stipulating that thn vioior should have her Ask your Rrocer for the Cincinnati Co.' crnckrri nnd cke. Hon, Fontaine Fox BouniTr will speak cumpany for Iho day, Kennedy won tho fall and Collins draw n knife and stabbed W ATCiira and Jewelry repaired on Bhor onStale and Nitional politic, at Frankhlui four times. ootico and warranted by Penny A McAlis fort February 7th, county rourt dav, er. The long talked of inarrisge of WalHunteiw, Attkntiou. Loaded Cart-rldg- f, Pkoi'I.h cin not b too puticiihr about lace E, Varnon, E q , to Miss Bailie Vnnde-veer- , all !e of nhot. at Penny & firesuoti devil'a weather ai this. There eldeit daughter of David W. Vande have been sevtral al.irma during this windy voer, occurred at tnc Caristiau church TuesA ocwrLCTB rtock of jewolry, iatwt spell. day morning Inst. They wcro attended by style. llockford watches a ppooialty. IVa-n- y A McAHplor The Dtr of Biyle, Girrard aud Lin Mr. Will W. Bright nnd Mia Daisy Burn- coin will give n supper in honor of Ex- - side, Masterson Peyton, E q , nnd Miss Su PERSONAL. Judge M. II Owsley, next Monday night wade Betzley and tho ceremony was beau A.J. Hayden went to Somenet yes- nt tho Miller IIue, Lancaster. tifully said by Eld. John Bell Qlbton. Imterday. mediately afterward Mr. and Mrs. Vurnon, A SYNDICATE, compiled of W G. Welch, Mn II. K. IIiatt, of Miuonri, in hero accompanied by the first named couple, A A. McKinnoy, J H Hughei and It. Buron a viii'. took carriages for Junction City, where nf-tD Ki.A! U back from the cities with nett, of Stanford, xml othern, havo bought a nice lunch at fribble'., they took the at Annlston, neir Birraingiiam, Ala , 500 tnin for Cincinnati and n bit; Mock of Roods. other pointx. Mr. Mn. Ann Mia J. 0. JIayh lmo re- acrci of lands, for S12f)000. Vurnon ia senior deputy Intornal . i.i turned from a rlU to Gtrrard The celebrated bnad orator, C C. Ifufl-ma- Collector for tins district nnd a lawyer of in convalescing - Mn. It. VanAjudalc He is a good of Cnio.tgo, III., will lecture in the considerable attainments. from 'ite a rem ejiell of nullum. Methotlist church to night on Temperance, businem man and a courteous and affible Mna Human Mttrri:K, mother of the Prohibition and Enforcement of tho Law. gentleman, who has .1 hoit of friends who Sheriff, who Iim b 'n vwy ill, !i Improv- All aro inViUd to attend; no mdmittaace will be pleased to hear of his cxJ fortune. ing fee. The bride is pretty, intelligent, modest and Ilccium, Mneits J, 8. and 11 amiable, and is possesed of nil the othor Ten shartH of I!iyi National lUnk hara cm to Krioxv.lla to visit their eiter, stooksold Moodiy at Dmviile nt $18,123 gMCs that go to mike tip .1 truo nnd Ijv Mr. IV. We wih them a long life nud 20 ehar Fiirmam Nitlnnal of that ing help-meeOi'ii irol Men,!, Tim W Iliaulnn, of Diva' of hnppincM nod th fullest fruition of all place nt $100 63 to 5171 15. Dr. Limsville, Iim Uid tti under renewed obli Logan was the prio.Ipil purobajr. Ad their hopw. Ration f jr favor to in and our. vocitn Mia Joux T. Oaxo loft for her hom RELIGIOUS. Dit Bailey, assisted by the other "phyIn Dali.ii, T'Siw, ye(erdav BCoomimnFcd by Kev. II C. Morrison will begin a prosicians, rotroTid n greater portion of the Gen. Ciano and Mi Mtttte Kiohcsler. tracted meeting in Winchester en tho first of Dinvlllc, and right malar, or chick bone, of a colored Sunday. Nannik Wood, -Jwoman, the wife of Manuel Barrow. It MtM Miulo Jonra, haT returned from a Bab Ingeraol eaya he only hopes there waaquitoa dangerou operation, but Ike wtek'ii viiit to Mm John K Jameo, at Somia a God. It will be pretty rough on Bob doing well. patient is enet. though when he finds there is. Mr. JmiE P. Kikkk, of the Went End, Cait. ItlCUAiius tells us that under a new -- The net gain in membership in the ia tho lcnefldary in a bill offjred by Gov order all postal notes nre made payable to Main Street Christian church, Lexington, McCreary thla week. It Is for property bearer nt "any money order office." In in 1SS0, waa 113, making the total now taken by the Federal army during the war. other words, they can be used aa other cur. MifM Bettiis IIahuis wm in town on rency. Any country office, whoo postmasBishop Cain, of the African M. E, WwlnwJsy and tucce tiled in rolling ticketa ter will sive the additional bond, can iwue Church, died in Washington. He was promtoKv. II C Morrlaan'ii lecture at HftRhta, thee notes. inent during the days of Reconstruction in Fbuar 2 1, to nearly everybody ahe ap Frouan Minor, who was oent from this South Carolina and waa a Representative plied to. Thoadmirston la only 25 cent, county to the penitentiary or life for kill from that State in the Forty-thir- d Con and that got to tha new church, ing John Ferrell, distinguished himself by (rest. Capt. II. B. Jtsna, of tho railway hta heroic efforts to save property at the Preachers mast be extraordinary spec mail eervlce, waa up ywterday looking af. penitentiary fire tho other night. Itobert ulators, if we are to believe the numerous ter the boya. He is one of the moat polite Williams, colored, sent from Lancaster for newspaper mentions of their lucky strikes. e , aud accommodating gentlemen in tho also acted well, and The latest mention in this line ia Elder robbing a and conic quently one of the best to do both are spoken of as deserving executive Hobbs, of the Walnut street Christian bnsineaa with. Ily the way. be took occa clemency. church, Louisville, who is said to have sion to pay Miss Iltye Richard a high com A letter from Mr. Eugene Zimmerman come out winner by $15,000 in a real esplimenton her growing tulciency. tate investment in Wichita, Kansas. n to Mr. A. C. Bine convyi the cheerful LOCAL MATTSRS. that it is the intention of the LAND. STOCK AND CROP A Xftshville company to push the Sheriff Menefee'a notice in this Read extension North of Scoltnville aa rapidly as Hay and corn for sale. Eph PenningPPr- possible in the spring and that It would re- ton. hi .. CloAK?, cloaks, cloaks at prime cost. D. main with Danville and Stanford aa to Fifty tons of hay ready baled, for sale, Kiwi. which point would be selected for the John Bright, Stanford. A livery stable with SO head of horses Fixrar cabbage ever brought to town at northern terminus. S.S.Myers. offered hills for the was burned at Selma, Ala. Gov. McCreary his Col Treacy haa sold his fine colt, Repof this coun Come and see our all wool dreaa flinnels relief of Jame D. Mi K etition, by Red Wilks, to New York parties ty, on a war claim of $2,000; granting penat 10 cents per yard. D. Klars. for $5,000. sion to Henry Morris, of Jttckson county, W.H Biiady oM to Eck. A I ford his war claim J1.337 and 1 bill for the benefit The cattle market in Louisville is 1 confectionar; and restaurant for ?25. lo 4:35; hogs nre nctive nt 3 to of M. Birlow, lti"hmond; atithnrlaing tho quiet at ..iiiina 1 80; sticp aroalso active at 2 and ij. Death Jack Mitthews, who lived Secretary c f the Treasury 10 pay sid B r T J Biirgess bought of John fi derived by the Uninear town, died Wednesday of consump-tiou- . low $5 000 for of Washington county, 22 cotton from h' inventh A ted State government mules, 11 hands 1 inch high, at $100 per of tho rifle cannon. PjifcrfEUVKH, Jm, Appla Butter, Mince head. AN illeititianto child was born to a 15 Meat, Pcklrs in bulk, Splendid Maple The net increase of tho n?se?smcnts of year old while irl at Kowltnd, MumWy personal property of the 27 counties that 8yriip,A, at T. Ii. Waltou'n. night, which is a genuine mnr.otrosity. Ii to the auditor is $12 231 -hive ry Sam Kmuiiy, who was sent to tho has no forohead, the chilli being perfo.Hlr 81G over last year. h March term, for two jeara for flit from the ejebrowa back, except in (hn - A convention has been called to meet detaining the Misses Mircum, died of con centre from which an cxcrccenco in the in Cincinnati Wednesday, Februar y2, for sumption lail week. shape of n turkey's enout protrudes about the f ruation of the O.iio Valley Citlle-grower- s' 1 will sell at auction three inches in length. I's cyoballa are Ba.ni: Stock Association. next county court diy, at Stanford, 20 abnormal In s'xo and tho lids nre closed. 8 H. Gartin fold to Gentry Bros. 21 shares of stock in the First National Bank- - The little creature is.1 girl and win living hoid of mules at $85. Mr. JoLn Avrilt at last accounts Sale at 11 o'clock. II. T. Bush. sold to the same ten head at same price. 11 I The perpetrators of the horriblo tragedy Lebanon Standard. The house of George W. Gentry, tho col- In Knor county, in which eight member, A bull and a stallion fought 35 minored attorney at law, caught fire Wednesof (ho Poa family were roasted to death in utes in a stock ctr on the Air-linRiilrond day, but it waa extinguished before greater their borne, are likely to hayo juitlca meted and the stallion finally killed the ball by a damago was done than ho can inako out of oat to them. Minhal Il'inter, of Bardi-tow- kick between the eyes. hta next client. hat, at the instance of Gov. Knott, For Sale. -- A limited quantity of Foil two days and nights the wind has been working the case up nnd this week Welcome seed oats. Oao hundred bushels been very hleh and aomo damage to propsucceeded in ailing, as ha thinks, the gull per ncre hie been produced from this vaerty haa been done. "Neyer mind the ty parlies, " Their names are Amelia riety. Wearen & Menefee. weather so the wind don't blow," expressed Worm, Brico Mills, Bilmer Mills, "Wright -- J. E. Downing sold to J. F. Sellter 30 the feelinga of about nine tenths of the hu Smith, Elias Jickson, Mollis SUmpnr and head of fat hogs that weighed 399 pounds man race. The woman Worms and the price paid was SI 75. D. Murphy Pinda Hammond. to have ben the initiator nnd plan- - sold his farm of 270 acres to Kilz Miller, of A new dialillory will go into operation seoms of tho frightful deed. Ohio, at $100 per acre. "Lexington Ganear Bee Lick next week and Mr. Bright nsr to duty at it. It Ferrell has been It is one of the most annoying faota con zette.J. N. Winn sold to Spohn A Frzier by Samuel Acton, a noted necied with tho business of making a newa will bo run delivered on the cars at of a brandy maker, and for the present 15 paper that overybody walla till the last day 200 birrels corn Barrel. Hodgkin, Kidd a day will be distilled. and of ton till the last hour in the day to kbout $107. per Dock Eabank 17 communications or an ACompiny bought of The woman, Annie Brown, for whoao hand or send in might aa wall have been 2 year-ol- d mules at $80 per head. Stuart nouncements that discharge aa a domestic the Iter, hte-- o Taylor rented last week of John M, Hodgnearly lost his life, is In typo two days before. In a country of of Lonlsyille, 100 acres of nod land for hemp at $10 fice oip9clally is thla annoying, because kin a native of Laurel county and wae taken to Chrk Democrat. per acre. juat enough printera employed to Louisville seven yeara ago by a clerk, Uo there are Al Georgetown court thero were 160 do tho work in a specified time and get the from the same county. She has, na ia uau-- al oldB Wo cattle on sale. Very common beon goinR eteadily paper out to catch the regular malls. with such women, s o'd at 3 cents per pound and yearllnga at that the fict that printing is done from bad to worse eyertinco nnd haa repeat- supp'jsa par head. Mules wera In eo quickly id tho reason of thla delay. $18 25to $25 edly been in jiil. to us fair demand. Fat mulea brought $250 Such peoplo never consider that it taca pairs; medium broke inulca $100 to Louisville Aim. Attention ia called to threo whole days and hoino nights to pre- $300 in $125 per head. Warren Dennis sold to tho law card of Ayroa & Oivens In thla K pare and eot up each issue of the paper. Kralz 18 head of 1,450 pound cattle at $!.-4- 0 boy and aue. Gov. Givena Is a Lincoln London. Our aristocratAdditional per cwt Mr. Ayres married a Lincoln girl, which, ic little town in being depopulated to add to with their real worth, ought to make totu tho glint and glitter of Washington society Shoe pegs require 100,000 cords of timber favorites with Lincoln men who need their thla winter. Judge Vincent Boreing, non. annually In their manufacture; matches A Cochran, gent'a furWallace aervlcea. W. B. Catching and Lieut. G. D. Jackson 300,000; lasts and boot trees, 500,000. All nishers, can not be excelled in their Hue, l?ft Wednesday morning for that city, thla ia of tbo moot Buperlor quality, while Wxlsh, the tailor, haa earned a nnu yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. straight grained and clear of knots and amclo UUon that Inaurea hia word on every ad ilantor Robert. gnar.'a. ka John Hkndiiok won n iinndiociB clock iii 1 all-wo- IJa-ke- -- n, Tne Central Kentucky Mddlinl met nt the demon Houss, m Din vllle, on Wednesday at 10:30 o'clock A. M., Dr. Plumber, of II irrodsburg, in tho otiii r Tho secretary bairn; ibiont, D', Hurry Cowan occupied his position. The opening piper was read by Dr. of Junction City, on "Intestinal Indigestion." The subject being familiar, as well as an important and interesting one, the subject was well handled, after which there was a full nnd free discussion. The next psper, n voluntary, wis read by Dr. Bailey, of Stanford, entitled, "A Clinical Note on Malignant Epidemic In which the c.iuhq of the disease, as it appeared in Lincoln and tho counties beyond, in the mountain, waa set forth end also the Bcienli-- c treatment was given. After an excellent dinner at the above hostelry (and doctors cultivate the art of dining, as well as the laws of tho gullet) they re assembled in the pirlor, when Dr. McMurtry, of Danvillo, read an interesting report of a successful Oariotomy, which he had recently doceou the person of Mr?. Blank, at Williamsburg, Kr. Dr. Carpenter presented a well written article detailing tho history of R?veral parturient cases, with dangerous scnue'ie. all of which were mc and successfully treated. In an elaborate article, Dr Johnstonp, of Danville, gave the hhlory of a recent operation far "extrauterine pregnancv," and which was entirely suocoful. Dr. Webb, Bryantaville, undo a yerhal report of a cao in which a grain of corn i fjeclcd during a fi' of couching, after remaining in the rijht hnichm for forty-fouAswcii-lioMo-Clurr FOR PITCHER'S Y&i 3 I E3 x - . . J V.. . . 4" 1 ifti WH A . C esj Mi er hi vil r-- MnI m ml QI I ' " ' - i ", n"'i. ' ." ri . : t, lists evt Iho most wonderful v lutowii. Pain-Cur- ;:Z'2S2321d,I3 Queen and Crescent Bonte and Tosas Pacific Hoilway.) (Cincinnati New OrloanB Shortest null Quickest Lino to New (Menus , Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. KE ft o.l. III IIOW.V. .No. 6, ltK.lt VI'. TKAlNtiNUKTH Nv, 7. STATION'S. Wo. JI'.AlN-JMJUTiJ- l)lly. 10 02 10 10 43 Dallr Ex. riuu 4 OS p in 7 05 p lo I I. t. .. im a 11 Mum n m 11 41 p -m NletifliaTill eleoted to 11 (.8 a in a 41 p in The following officer.! 2 31 ptn ..HarrotlaburK Junction.. pm a in t47nm u DanTllle 1120 am 8 59 p ill li'Vta'iii 12 17 p m serve during 18S7: President, Geo CoTan, 11 33 am U 10 p m 12 43 am 2 42 jn Junction Cltv pin KlDgs Mountain ..., am yica president, J. O. Carpenter, 325 pm iu u Dinvillr; 1 20 a in Sonipfst.. 2 27 a iu 131 "p in 9)0 am 12 an p m 20 p ui Stanford; secretary, J B Kinnaird, Lincas 3 .11 p in a so am 7 30 - in 10 4.5 a m in 00 p m G05 m ... .'taVihle 7 iu pm 8 2) am ...CluUinsoRci,. 0 15pm 325 a ui tei; treasurer, II. Brown, Hustonville. 10 15 a m 12 50 a m 1 30 h ill ...Utrmlngaiui., 5 10 p til U lip in 9 6i p in Ku'aw ... , 0 20 am A variety of new books, instrument', S M a tu C 4D p in 12 SO a in 3 15 a m .... Meridian .... 7 40 p to plate etc, were exhibited, The meetin.' 3C0aro 10 40 pin 8 00pm 7 Si a m ..New Orleans ... was well attended, with tho most harmoni12 55 am 235 7m ....(U ......Merit' in 7 30 mil 73 pm ous feeling prevailing. THo next subject ,.Vlcbui;... S 15 ....JBhrnTfport... 0 45 p IU in .Ml..'- for discussion will be "Posterior Spinal 7 10 p m 7 6U a m ..T. P Junction. Scherosis," the paper to be presented by No. OIoiTeinaVJalodallrexci-p- t Hun.Uj-- . 5 II A. u, Arrlrlng at Chattanoo; at 9.15. JJ. 8 Dr. Harry Cowan, Danville, on tbo third Icarcs Chattanooga at 3.U3 r. u., arriving at Oak IxU at G 43 r. M. B. Wednesday in April. Mann on Buffet Hlosplng trains, 111 w-r1 day. 7G5ara a m! 2iam ip rr Hi Dillj. 8 10pm' ;m in L've.. .Cincinnati ...A't 0 4ipm 4 30pm .Oo'irgeHwn 1052 pin, 53 a tu 20 p in 1130 am 4Hpm l ilngton... DilW. Dally. 10 1 Y.j. 10 No. 4, DallT. Kun No. 6. No. S. Daily. 4) a m 5 03pm 25 a in 2 01 05 a m 33 a iu I ii I 3 25 n m 1223 3 12 p m fs 32 a m 2 JC a m 12 12 air.' p m 5 20 a m 2 43 .1 in 120. 25 am 6 7 27 a m 4 7 00 a m 4 3 61 p in O 27 n m M GARRARD CUUNTT DEPARTMENT. 81-1- rer-vic- toll-gate- infor-nutlo- Cries-apeak- e m i, ln -- Cocon-oiighe- psoi-tcntia- Lancaster. AL G Fieldh' minstrels are booked for an appearanco at tho Opera House Feb 23 Hon. T. M. Goodnight, candidate for Supt. of Pnbllc instruction, will address Monday afthe people at the court-boueternoon. The young members of the Christian church are practicing in the cantata of the Three Graces preparing to giye a public exhibition or it Feb. 14:h at tbe Opera House. Col. B. M. Burdett returned from Florida Wednesday. Dr. R. C. Morgan, who haa been visiting his sister at Columbia, Ky returned home Wednesday. Mr. John T. Higgins will removo his family lo Crab Orchard this week, Mr. Hall Anderson, of Lincoln waa in town this week mingling with his legion of friends. Mr. William J. Romans, a popular young man of this city, will be married ihls (Thursday) evening (o Mies Hattie Yantls, the very lovable daughter of Mr. Harvey Yantls. The ceremony will take placo at the home of the bride's father at seven o'clock and will be performed by Riv. G. W. Yincey. Mr. and Mrs. Ro mans will at once bein housekeeping en R c mond et. Tho followintr is the docket for Circuit Court which begins next Monday: cies, first day, 54; Commonwealth's cases, eecond day, 23; Common wealth's cases, third day, 50; old common law caes, fourth day, 1 1; common law ap pearanco', fifth day, 37; old equity cases 110; equity appeirmcos 49; motions, third day, 10; total on record 35S It will lake a three weeks term to dispose of the above docket. e 11. X. KYAN, AMt. Oon'l U. CARROLL, Uflii'l HupL, W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somenet, Ky. General Offices, Bt Paul IlulHIng, Weat Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Boudoir Can JOHN & OAOI.T, Oon'l Manager, all through H. rOLLBItiN, Qcn'l Frt. rrt. A Pas. Agt., A Pom. Agtat. PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! s fi W 1v A 'fcs' ml TT ' nlLLLLUk- - MtomEHNt T""WI liMiiL" w' ?' ' x5KV7 Ci9v We have much tho largest stock and best as sortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will find a jN'O. 5 Clf AMPIOff, tho Plow of all Plows for such work, they are aliuoft indistruciible. We have various kind of plows ami. at all kinds of prices. We can suit any one that will Wn linvn n ftito fflvn iin nccmf Tiiuit ..-- .. jjvnefivntivi,. ..... w mi ..! Sulky Plows we will sell at yory low prices. &t-I- 0-- W- W.V..-- V - M. ."tKW llVBTlKE3tBTS. J13. Q.QIVKX3, Notary Public. WEAREN & MENEFEE. wm, ATns HI e AYRES & GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 341 Fifth 8treet, JOE F. WATERS -- LOUI8VII-J- E, WOOD WALLACE. - (tOtJ-l- TCY. y Doalor In- - Roomi J and 5, Cromlo BlocV. ) WATT COCU.AN. WALLACES COCHRAN, GENTS' FURXISIIEUS, 613, 4th Blrest, Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass-an- d Queensware, Etc, Main Street, - Stanford, Ky. in LOUISVILLE, 190-2- - - - KY. AShnro of your Palronnge W. M. WATERS, Salesman. xery Kesiicctfully Solicit4l. gal-lon- TAXE FOR 1886 ! Jlol-comb- c ..mw lia.lni, rfiannilA.! 4n mv WlTtllnff Iflll. ed eometime ago, andaomanr others appear to be mm mating men in cuori 10 uHcu-rg- u hare cone uded to extend the tlino lor advertlilng Ijinda until tho 8th dajr ol February thli, U poiltlrely tho last extensloi that I can poijfbly ina-- e. jr. JV. .WfJ.VKf-'BK- , Hherltf Lincoln County. iDG-t- u, M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, OhciulcalB, PatiitH, OllH, IiHUipH, & STAGG, i IiVMBEK. I hnie for ealo all dlmeniloni of teaionel yellow iKJiilar framing material. Contractors or parties wUhlng to bay will And it to their Interest Jb to call on mo. BUntord, K.y, 19S.ini. Stanford, Ky., KkIUj htjhoeon dentist, Stanford, ky. tiffice Sooth tide Main low the Mysrs UoUli 8U-M- t, JB13 P. HTJrffMAW , Wines, Ulnnlcal Wall Paper, luKlrnemeut, IIooliH, liinuur (JiKurH, Mlatloncry, Pocket Cutlery, HonpN, Tolaccon, MbcIiIh Firo Anus, Perfumery, O- - x:ea.ieis in Needle. fol-lo- wd lfl rt fursNltroni Oalde uUtJ. Qi adtnlnlrtonxJ two deori vhe b-- . Oeiiuiiic C. Salts in "55 wll at Wholesale 'a r ?. d 'i 7 I ,U lotral r70& For tho Intkbiou Jootnal. BEtJEATH THE STARS. (Thero Is nothing ooTereo. that shall not bo vealed; and hid that ihr.ll nOt be known.-- Th Blblo ) re- LOVE SPEAKS. DR. W. D. PJ3NNY, h'' What is Said of His Minsttel Show -- To be Here February 1st, Tbe entertainment given In the Academy of Music last night was tho beat thin of the kind ever utven in this city. The com pany ia a strong one and aa the stage management is in tne hands of that veteran in the ahow business, Coailes Sweeney, everv-thi- ng is workod for all there is in it, and the ftin goes fast and furious. Twenty two people are seated in the first part, with A'i Had the bright stirs the power to tell Tne deeds performed beneath their light, What pond'roua tolumea they might nil, Recording but a single nlghtl How the assassin from hli den, With pistol aluggod and dajger whet, 8 talks lorth into the hiunU ot uieu, When tbo dusk Spread Its w Injrs nbovo tho sea. And tho musk Of tho cloudy China flower Killed tho air with thoughts of bowers. That was I who spoko to tueo Stjuntonl, ItKN'XIST, .J&$M$?M.2ffi M$ FLORAL GUIDE reale cntimlns 5 ( Aarvl - "" rtolntnat lo no-- l imirtr "" papea. I'M r ,iUu,,iiiidoTl aniiilalnlnyijii lll'i.trnt."l 1.1.1 i,f nearly ail thu rLOWIKS aaa VX0K. TAItLCa grown, with illrertlons bow to ernw Ib'rn. nml ltlllU4 wlirre the SUCH". I'l.ANTM,Una book mailed can liinK'iirf.l.llli'rUf"fencli. (ni'iin rer)'l4of lUitul'.oiKt tbe 10 cents may rroiu tbe flr.t orlfreent us. Kverjrone. Inter. e.ti.1 In a irnnlen. or innn pcxKl, rrwli aeeits, should linv this work. We refer to the million; who Imve our wls. lluy only VlU'a Heeds al Head quatters. J A 31 IX VJ;H. HHHUS.1IAN.Tt. V. Korbrntrr, Now bil-ilucl- lContttolcy. It was not tho wind Nor a bird Startled by a dream of day Hoftly at play; Kor tho outcry of tho soa; It was I who spoko to thee. , heard; For 18H7 I'latea, Immtrula of To do the act his heart hath set: tread How the ateck thief with And darken'd lauipcoruw ai a guest, Tut- - forth bis hand to lock and lid, Or rob the roost or gran'ry chest; How the poor trav'ler, tired, outworn, Prepares his couch beside tho road, And deeps and droi in ol coiufirl'a homo, Of downy bed aud ptcniious boanlj Now Orleans Times. THE PACE THAT KILLS. u, and to 6 accessary, 1 Offlue on Lancaster street, JouRif al office. Omo r. M. Anestbetlca administered wbco llSt-lyr- reit door to to 12 A. hours from 8 Isr-UO- B .) l'cw Dlntlnf-ulaliP- tl I a U Fields and Horace McLean on tho ouUide ends. The costumes of tho men, the fine Tcal and instrumental ramie, the funny sooR! and sayings of the end men, all com bine to furni one of the beat mirutrel firel parts we lis re witnessed in a long time. In the olio there are a number of spemltirp that deierve specitl mention. Among these was the bace bull ptatno clot;, which wa fine Horace McLaiu, with hia btnjo, is a big cord, no matter whoae chow he is with, and he ".Ittivh brine- down tho hnnre Jack Kigali, in hi "I ty," was very fun-u- y, and the people were not elow in catching' on. Taken nil the way through, the show U good, and we can ay to Mamger Fields that he need havn no fear to follow JoUr up the ''hail of 'em nil, Dec. G. A Call. Members of Woman's CnriMian Temper n t has eeemed good to many o' our ladies hnvint; the interests of oUr work at heart, to ieaue a call for the orcaoisttion of a Dis'ricl Convention for the purpose cf considering subjects intimately connected with our great work, aud of devising ways and meins of more sue ceeafuily provculicg the game. Such n cemvention will be held at Stanford Tues day and Wednesday, the 8 h end 9 h cf February, and it is hoped that not on'y those who have actiyely connected themselves with the W 0 T. U , but bIso many other women who-t- hearts are in this ute.nl work of redeeming humanity and saving the children, ill be in attendance. A c ir dial invitation lsijcte'ided to all. Lei ui be mucu in prayer, before tlut time, that wisdom may ba given us to plan with descretiuo, to connoel winiy aod Hint God's bleefiog rest on all our effjris. t Mrs. L. M. Dodgf, Committee. Mrs. L A. Nield. Misa Sara. E. Randall J e ans Union, greetinc: Dear Sisters. It til Among President Arthur's papers there ia doubtless a note which he once received from Divid Davis, wnicb amused the General yery much. It wis a brief and formal letter, but the peciliar thing about it was that Mr. Davis signed his name so close to the last line that nothing could have hecn written between the lines. Arthur thought it u very unconventional signature, especially as at a hasty glance it inigut be over looked. But he learned that Judge Davis always signed his name thus to prevent anyone from filling in anything in the customary blank spice. It appeared that when he waa a judge in Illinois a suit was brought before him to test (ho validity of Bote. The ostensible maker admitted tint the signature waa his, but awore he never made tho note and it was developed on trial that some raecil had taken advantage of a blank spice betweon the termination cf a letter and the signature to fill in a note of hand, which he got discounted. The Judge, wh was a very cautious man, took a hint from this, and ever after signed his own name eo an to prevent euch imprarer uh ofit.-N- ew York Sun. Henry Ward Beecher save: should he wanting in manners aod more in Uari-ti- an caurteav if having been fifty years in the ministry, I were not profoui'dl in hjio pathy witn those of you who ara eutenog its portals No unn ever learns in how to pre-tcond take cars of I be no discouragement to you. pospel for three years wi h dinner wiulc. For four ye.iri I did not feel ih though I know how to pre sell no Ms to meet the desired roulte, but there I prooct'ed to out unking a uut afterward the fiild grew larger, nod I had more f.iuti, nni I Imve bacn in hot water evsr eitio-" n D yon ever ne a man who couldi.'. tell ycu just the plan on which a paper should borui? So perfect and complete, eo very nice and neat what the editor should any, and what he shouldn't do he will tell tt all to you, and you will find it fun the wny he lays it out, and tho way be talks ibaut the things that he would do if he were only you. E tribady he would plea-- e Lit them try it for a week and I am sure that ho would eek rel for troubles tutt are real, lobing sight of his ideal. fl'id-B.t- a, 1 X A newspaper tells poor Alice Chits' h'. lay In this epigrammatic! manner: Alice Merritt, at school in Kentucky at 10, u wooed and won by Oilee, a theatrical tann ager, mariiej, enters upon a atormy und successful atage life, is brilliant and beautiful, becomes a widow, marriea again, ui voroed, marries again, loses voice and b.'itti ty, dies in PhilsdelprU at the age of 30 drier brief but brilliant. How quickl the brightest lights of the stage are snufled out! These were the last words of J. M. Wilfor murder: son, hun.r in PsonsylvanU my strangled body lung between "Wbtn heaven and earth, nuy nil who look upm it imagine they her me eiy: 'Thia is the work of rum. Is it mthing to you, all ye that psai brY" Tho Prohiblliouists have 129 orgncu in thd Uniltd States to the Hquor dealer 8. Bright. In Franco, Grovy enters upon a second Fcven years' term at 80 n i cord How with what speed tho farmer's lad which already passes that of a Thlorn or a Hides for the doctor to tho town, l'alnicnton. As for Oermnny, tho nonogo-nariTo tell that mother's sick Hi bl, was stricke 'd djwn; emiwror Is only two yenra ahead of Orpato-ulgh- t his warrior chum, Von Moltko, whllo How tho (ond jver wiuders b j is n mero hoy ot 77. window," if perehancs, Uts "Udy-'How different tho record hcrol Of tho To catch a good- - l.hl loo, ' iti distinguished Americana who died laft year not ono had reached tho ago of 70. In Tor her bewitching unite or gUiict; political life tho veteran Simon Camorou How one mor lortuoHte, 'uMth boughs bo standi alono. Tho statesmen of Secluded, view hl.ch.vmr' eyes, Ioiir to n younger Runeration. All of our th honied rowi, Tours In her eir preslilontu since lluchanau wont Into olllco And sucks thcswfo sof pirmliej young, and not one of them is living except Ilnyes; of our only Ilamllu How llii wild youth with viimtlugalr 'ot only Hiom) who gained Iho and Wheeler. Indulges in his midnight spree, presidency but tltoso who wero nominated How the bold hunter Jo irneya whero nnd dofented havo fallal to reach old age. Tho 'coon and 'pojium hTh-- r tre; Tildon lasted until 70 and Fremont is 73. w..v How o'l But Grant, Johnson, Arthur, Hancock, 5tc The marrlner or tourist a. I'd, Clcllnn, Colfax, Brown, Ulalr, Wilson, all winds (hat raro, Defies the breakers died nt an ago when Kurojxxin statesmen I a look forward to twenty years of nctlvo work. Or finds agmfa 'mid wtt r.u In tho army two general nro old enough to And yet 'tis well thitsiica rvoj'ds bo rotired at tho age of iXi. In local politics unhiard, uuVnown, Remain there aro no old men. For men are flrel by ouiiJ mill words, What is tho explanation of itf Tho oxecp-ton- al follow thft' own. Aul cans of longevity in this country prove that Americans can llvo long. Tho There'll como a time too soon, 1 death roll proves that they do not. It Ls Whon utght her secrets h ill untold: not the elimato that kills; it U tho pace. Wo Then will the star testaraeat I r livo too much; wo llvo too fast. Tho To all that lUTcrcmatuid untdd. machiuo U overworked; it carried too much Ronr L. Uavh. (train; it is not allowed tirno fur rejiain. Crab Orchatd, Ky , Jan. 15 'J7 Wo know how to work, but wo do not know how to rest, nnd begin tho now dny's work I before tho old day's work Li over. Tho SurprltliiK tho I'amuiis llnldcr. Among thoso wlro will rctlro from con-- 1 s'raln 's ixrpetual, tho wear nnd tear life at tbo closo of the present ses-- . ceasing. Wo keep our nerves nlways at sion is Gen. Wolford, of Kentucky. Uo was I heir full tension, nnd tho mind wears out !? Then after success is achieved, tho only man who over made John H. Mor- - ho gan, tho famous raider, tremble for his life, after tho jxora of tho mind oro ripened n Morgan with his command was on on occa-- 1 "-- tho exiK'rionea of years luw given nt Cauipbollsville, Ky. , on.l was wakened dom, just whon all th guliu of Uw llfoUms man out of his sleep early In tho mornlnir by the " "UJ 'r "" lvuu " T'"uo " i announcement that Wolford's cavalry was and tho nation, tho body breaks down, and entering tho town and demanded his surren- the nation Is called oa n intmrn a real lo-liuvo hoped to der. Tho Confederate chieftain was quick to , where it might olhcrwL act. Without stopping to dress Idmself, clad enjoy tho barve-j- of tho life's fruition. What a lesson to ambition I New York only in his undershirt and drawers, ho sprang out of tho hotel or tavern in which ho was . World. aloeping nnd ran into a livery stable close nt .Silliness of Society l'copte. nana in which eighty men of his command As remarked nt tho outaet, this notiot of wcro with their horses putting up for the night. Hastily forming them for an nttacjc location net only extends to certain streets tho stablo doors were suddenly opened and but it covers particular places in tbo thea trcft. Last winter a young Ikwton scion of tho little, band dashed out. Wolford himself was right at hand and wealth nnd culture camoto Philadelphia and Morgan and his men overcumo them before wns handsomely entertained for several they were fairly awnro of what had taken weeks. Just before leaving ho gavo a thcatrq place. Morgan himself shot Wolford and i l)arl' " cuo tt "onawo and entirely captured tho genornl and boro him off in ' PrPr entertainment nt tho Academy of cruling place of amuscmont In tho triumph. Wolford bled freely from his , Mufic wounds and the surgeon who accompanied ' city- - ,n 1U"1 his invitations and sent Morgan pronounced Ids condition dangtrous. found his tickets. What was his surprlso chagrin to receivo aa almost unbroken Tho old man, however, said ho was all right, , and asked that no concern ! felt on account stream of declinations. Somo gave ono c of his condition. Finally it w as deemed best ' "f0 a"d somo othor, while not a f ow novcr to leave him, for fear that tho continual jolt-- , deigned to answer his Invitation, holding ing of tho rido on horseback, particularly i timt ha uad done Mich an unpanlonablo thing u'" when it was noccssary to go so fast, would. """ ""J ""'" '""" ""'" soon cause Urn to die. In tho face of a pro- longer any attention. tho unpardonable thing of which ho Now, test from Wolford that ho was in no danger of succumbing from weakness he was aban- was guilty consisted in securing lib seats on tho north side ot thd central alslo in tbo doned nfter being treated as well as was considering tho rapid flight tho fugitives orchestra chairs, when society said tho south were co:uelled to make, the surgeon being sldo of tho oislo was the foxhionnblo slda. left with him. Wolford recovered and whllo Tills was positively the only thing amiss. ho himself had met with uisaier his com' Ui the llfty invited only ........ ..v..., and oy wcro as cold as fashionablo icebergs, mand had efTectunlly disiersed that of Mor- Of courso tho Hostonlan discovered that gn. Cleveland Lealer. something was wrong, but it was not until nearly all ot oven hU fragment of n party Wagi' of Itestauniiit (Jlili. had gone nnd purchased seats for themselves; Ono of tho girls who has bin employed in other iurts of tho Iiou.no that ouo of tho as n waiter in a well known n utaurnnt for ladies about two years told her oxjerieiiee: "There was. ventured to tell himwliatthodllllculty Cor. San Francisco Chronlclo. are about tdx of us here. 'Vx e get from 2.50 to 4 p. r week, but th" ..it r girls' wages Siipprrsftlni; the Uonnnt Nuliunrr. avero; o about $.1 a weel:." saiil in tho tuipcrs now Though llttlo "What nre your hoiins?" olout Daniel l'rohman's oxerlmi'Ut in tho "I come hero at 7 oVlook in tho morning, direction of suppressing tho bonnet nuUanco got breakfast und go to work nt half-pa7. I remain on duty continuously until half-pa- nt the Lyceum theatre, tho good work U noimr on inoro bruvelv than manv imairine. 7 at night." Tho first night of "A Hcrap of l'aer" saw 7KIKI XV JUU JUBUIJ lJ wo have everything wo want oxcept tho Indies' cloak room almost llllcwl with "cs, tho delicaeh's such ns ousters, turkey nnd wraps, iKinnets and hats, und now lines of eggs. Konn times I take lunch lieforo tho hooks hnvo oven put up and now checks regular dinner hour, Invalid wo aro too busy etnmiied. Mr. Frohrnnn said tho other ilay: am agreeably surprised at tho result so waiting on peij.le nt noon. Alouthalf-pu(.- t 3 wo liavc lir.r. r and before wo go home wo far. The other day I received a iviuent for a huudrod wtt:i in a block for tlm t night can eet our supper." ptay. "How do vou jay jour lKnl and alothe of Mr. Howard's new Hitd A chf'k was I neeonllngly sent for tho amount on such small wages" yourw-l- f "Mott of thj girls live at homo with thoir the scats. Ho largo tn oriler stmck ins ns biro a boing fcoricwhat peculiar and I accordingly mothers. Another girl und rny-i'- lf room tos")th"r. Iv wts us $1 a week e'leh. made IiKjuiri'. I found that u club had We get our iu i.K , and at tht-- tnd of tho been fornv-- up town whoso numbers are month I liuo leit alaiut !8 to drea myself plelgel to the wum of bomiet cr lint insldo for this club that tho and imrcliaso other necessaries. It's mighty a tliewtni. It ThU of course h enlittle for a youug girl like me. I uni 19 tickets were wanted.mnfl brings mo nearly years old ond mv room mute is 18. Wo couraging, and my wo every day ono or more letters bearing upon nro trying to Hva but aro subjected to nil mu ts of insult. There's tho subject. Most of them contain terms of strot'4 appnnnlof my attempt to procure by no chance to earn any extra money In a tho downfall of tho tall hat gentlfe If a Mrunger hhoukl give mo a nnd suasion theatres." Mow York Tribblmct in dimo or quarter the other girls would tall; about it and it s.nuato that I was not us good une. as I ought to bo. You can mm w o oro ot a Coinliinntlou Cunt uml Vijit. great disadvantage over tho men waiters, Kverylmdy who hostoget IntondrcMcoat who can pick up wmo money for service, " knows the difiieulty of preventing it from Cincinnati I'nipiirer. swinging uway r.t tho waist or collar, or slipping ofT tl" shoulders. Thefo np)areiitly The Wufilwlrh Ifiuninrr. table ilefects irremediable becauso tho You ought to see this Woolwich hammer. coat cannot lx) buttored have, I find, been It weighs forty tons sheer weight, and when COII1j,ietoiy overcome by well known court it dro-- it frtlh forty feet on to a block that tcors ot jc(,ron, btrcet Klral, ,,y llltach. rests on bpilw, massive masonry and cnor-- 1 ln (ho wnlst..oat t0 tho coat in n very quantities of iron. liotween two great ,0 Thus when tho ve,t Is buttoned shafts tills hammer Is nisiwnilnl, a solid coat vmcilcnl imrvulM ia also ....,. lmttoiiwl. for ....... ., .. .v.. ....... u.w., Monovcr. tin atter then cllnr nnd gdthering impetus as it fulls, strikes to the figure as closely ni a frock coat, and with n force of many humlrr I tons. A remains in the same ikxRIoh, imiirting un veteran workman has charge o" this nmsslvo n)Karauco of smnrtness about thu walit hammer. He btarts and drops h tiy a touch which in a drew suit is really of tho of his thumb and finger. I saw an ojicn fnco utmost iinortauco to tho wearer. I have no watch laid down on the block; then ho doubt that thu dress coat nnd vest combined dropped tho hammer, and ho ttopjied It Juht will bo very popular during tho pnsent fca-soIn time to break tho crystal and nothing Loudon Figaro. more. Cor. fiostou Herald. Htlll It 1h Hie Kouraiirse. Ono could manufacturo moro renthncnt It is Stated that Strauss receives $1,000 for each waltz ho composes from a publisher over tho threatened condemnation of tho in Germany, who buys every work ho Kcannrgo If n bsr of metal or 6tlck of tlm-bwrites and gives him an extra sum for ovcry or scinp of material of any sort that now edition. "Tho Blue Danube" has had was a part of tho Kenrxrgo of history entwenty-si- x editions already. tered Into tho coniiKxiition of thnpritirntsliip. Wo behove that there is n tradition that tho OnKi,' K."t'inc Oil cures all ucne and pales. old stcrnpost, or a part of it, of tho Kear-sarg- o Kor sOe by Mcltolwti A HUM at i. that sunk tho Alabama survives In its nnmosake of llut oven thh tradition (iriMi'i CoMrii lilm, tura euro for Catarrh at is more or less legendary. Still It ! ho 50c, at Mol.ouerts .1' Siagg's. Kearanrgc, and if human beings nro allowed to change their substauco ovcry soven years Use Green Cough lUltmii fjr coughs and colds. without losing their identity, why not a ship Mew "York Commercial Advertiser. ' Price COc, Cor sale by Mcltoberta & iiUgg, nu ck 1 s to-da- y Ago of 70 The Housim Why. Glnilstono closes a year of work vrith his 77th birthday, and in tho promlso of his futuro activity refrains from sayitiR an unkind word in answer to his senior, John the Amorlcnnt Who Itench Till. TtIUKUU(llIIIKKI ul HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL itiAiMiuis or adi:i.im:. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr ThiB Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still MainttUna its High Roputation, AND P0WDF ORUS, Absolutely Puxe l, This fine Hull will stand tho season now my stablo on tho Ijincaslvr I'lko. one A tho half mile from ritanfont Court House, a season, wl'h the prlillrne of bre.dln the row until thaoow irotoilti tHii. Money due whon row ts first erred. Mar uis i Ade!In' aire, Herbert, lit- - tl.c I IxitUd Apollo and Dam Imported boutbrru lkau-t- y Marquis of Adllrno'a dam, Adeline, her aire K Tlilst powder net'r varies. A marvel ofpurll, Imported I'ticleTom dam Imported Ijidy FishstrcDtti and wholeminenMi. 'Moro rcononilrai er. Kor lurtber particulars as to pedigree seo II.-than the ordinary kinds, and ran not bo sold It. . cotnpellton with the multitude of low teat .shun lull ia very flue young Hull from a telebra'-e-- 1 wdtflit alum or phosphate powders. Soldonly In lUlVALlUKlNU I'OWDKS 100 Wall Street, New York family el mllkvrs Includlut! the itiw Kcho, tho Kreatrst of lurday; her owner haling relusod li5,-i-- o f.ir her. cattlo Iuto takrn the The Holsteln-rrelsla- n lead ae the best Ut the family, aud a ciu- - with line animal. I ie h berth' rn fiiduua a n wilt buy all th" male tilin liegotten ty this ull at gxd lie ti tclTcri'J al wranlpg time. 180-1- III Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Seoond to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Guests. r.. COMMERCIAL HOTEL! BYJ.W.ABAMS, MoKINNEY. - - KY. o lately purchased tbls hotel and hare I In it. made many a stylo, I Intend to keep eTirrthinir In and make only iuthlrte charts. I haro ten on the road fur rereral Trars I Aa know tho wants of trareltnii men, and I will make 1SG.1 yr. It U tbelr Interest to stop with ine. h-liupro-enumta nrst-chu- "aasaae 1 ir. Jiii.i.r.it. iMUlorJ, Ky. -- will be conreyeil lo aad from tbe free of rbarge. Nperlat acroaimodatloai to Commercial Trarelera. 1 he liar will elnaya aapplled nllh tke choicest brands of Llqaorsaad Uliars. li uu.-e.-- -- ft, L.&N. Louisville & KENTUGKY Nashvillo K. R. TUUiXIC LINL 10 THK- Lit Una iietweea KrTeet TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! This Is to certify that Mr. Jacoh Oltenhtlruer no lorgtr connrctcd with the Lincoln. Land o., that beta not autborlie.1 to contract lor the , - TUK UKKiT "JUitcUrHHH Kciutc." Shortest and Qulokest Route from Don tral Kentuoky to all Points North, East, West and Southwoat. 'aat THItOUUIl I - ' d wis-sio- Company, or twhIto mooej- for the urn-- or to incur any obligation In the namo ot the Company, or In any way to act or th i tame. it. ,. It IC HA Mi, 1'iesldent Uticolu Land to. 1W5. New York, Dec. 1I.18S6. SOUTH & WEST WITH LKXIXUTOX A VIXV1SSATI richrdula In May Is, w0; IU. yoTTJ" Pullman Palace Sleepers. IjUuIhvUIu lO io. 6, Hocril-HoUHt- i. Ex. Hun.j I)ty S Ci. 1 Don. STB1Y STJKKI6 nir J. fdln. ! XltHllVlUf, t Ilustanfllle a roan Tk.ra rm in tnT firm steer with one born drooped, about the ISth of Octxiber, last. The owner ran get blm by callliiK Ac. and proting property andjiaylna: lor it.atettiSXKY. Ky. McKlnney, Following Is the appraisement before tba.Mtg-Utrats- Atlaiitu, .lIC'llipIliN, Its. Cotlngton.... " Kalmoulb .... " Cynthlana,. Art. LlllIO KOt'K, Slolilleaiul Netv OrlenuN. Only one change to points to MunlKOiiitiry, " Lta. Arr I'eraonally appeared before me, a Justice of lbs Peace, J. T. demand H r (loer and made oath examinthat the steer meatloned alto? e. baa ed by them and they fla t Ta"u- -t lis. . JOIINMAILKY.J. V. UC St. ln Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the Una of this road wlllrsfelte special raiea. latSTHee Aganuof tbls Company for ratea.reutM Ae. r utllM I'.AT.A-LoulsTlIC. P. ArMOIlE, Laacaatar .. riunlord Lto. lUchmood.. Arr, Uarea..... " Lltlngstoo.. , N0TTl-IIOCJI- " ' " IIIDU am 10 IS pn I'arla. ... II aa am 10 40 pm Laxlcgton... 1310 pm 11 17 pm Tarts...... ... II lOsnilO Winchester. 12 20 p m 1 m p til Richmond.... IMDffl ..,.........) 8 07 8 10 9 10 10 J ID in 10 pml 0 I M 4 IlSna 10 PBS 0111 7 Up pm pta SB m tlnnlin ..J wpa Jam I j tn It pir p D a I S 00pm aopul WO. I No. II .No.1 o o r o (D a K a a (. U, Ky Le. LlTlngston. 100 im " Hare. .. ami Arr. lUthmond . ..l? t) a mi, u llowland. Lt. Lancaster ., 7S ao a ml, " U am, Arr. a D oa Lt. Arr. Arr i"'K pos-slb- lo II 0 a i fS Q o o g1! S3 1SS7. Hlcbmond.. II 00 Hlcbmond . . 1 10 WlncheeUir., ,.t a 10 . , I 10 I.te. Islington . L?a Parts Arr. Cos Ington HARPER'S MAGAZINE iiiXjTjs'riaA.'rEr). novel of Intensfl polltlrsl, 7.... " Cynthlana. " Kalmouth .. SMpmlSMaro 4 47 p m 10 0 1 m UL0Jtw " 0 ml a p 141 6 oa a ml ... p m 7 00 a nl p m SOOam 7 43 p tn. 7 as a m a r S SO p m S V a m S 40 pm 4 17 a T ...... . pm V; 5 IR pm 8 4apm K P 00 o 0 11ATMVIM.R IIRAMdll. Moarn-Koon- Harper's Magailna during 1U7 -- a o o W a; hi 3 s 2 rr jS g a O jj ' fit 4 terest, milled 'Natka" by Kathleen O'Mesra, a new rjorel. "entitled "April llopea," by W. P. Howelti; South-er- n Lt COTlngtoo..... (Sketches " by itiarlef Unlley Warner, and ' Laxlngtoa ... IteUeca Harding IHtIs, llluitraUd hr William rarls Hamilton Ulhaon: '"Irwat American Industrie" ArrMlllersburg .. rontlnueil: "Hoclil ntudlea." by I'r It T. Kly; " Carlisle....... further artlrlra on the lullwar I'rublem by com" Johnson...... petent writers, new series of Illustrations by V. A MaysTllla... Abbey and Alfrrd 'arsons; articles by K. 1'. llo; and other attractions rJotrril.BoriD, ll, and romantic Instory of Ituwlsu llf w II contain a KTsfi'TVoriTr Kx. Hub, Kx. Hun. 7 33 S IS I III 9 01 9 4S IHllr Uallr ....... g ? I'XR YKaa. m 5 18 p ra 4I u os pm m t pm ui a Da p co 10 SO in 7 4jpja "V0T6T" Dally Dally Kx. Hun, Kx. Hun 8 65 f! 57 7 aa 7 IC a I ft a a a a a a to 2 CO p m 4 25 pta 1 Harper's Weekly H arper'a Magaxine Harper's llaxr IUrM-i's . - tl i i ..... 00 00 CO Young People 2 00 (O 00 o o st tit-'- 'I o o c s t Harper'a Franklyn tijuari-- Library ona year 10 (5J numbers) Iltrpur's lland'i Asdr 8rlm' twa year (3i .....IS Numheri) Johnson.. Carlisle 11 Mlllersburg . . Arr I'arlr Lt " " ' MaysTllla. .... ' Islington.... Our Ington ... NOTK.-Tr- aln. 2 M pro m X 6 n m rn a rui s 10 p m M su a m C 00 a a a a m m m iu ... UMpm 1 1 SI pm as p m fa and Cauada, CD 1'bMafte f,e to a'l nu'jflberi S and 4 am dally between Lexington aud Cincinnati; other tralnr arudally except Sunday. Direct eonn In the United (braaivakrA cllrMar made at WlnehMier wltb Oilo r Mi. Sterling, Ashland, lluntJngton, Ctarlati, W. Va., and lUitcrn clt. "ll ru tU Wimnester ullMSn Bleeping liar. ltwwc Clitclnoatl and ito itmottd, Va., au.1 WluihoeUi ami Washington, 1. C. TliriMikh tickets snd Uojage lo any daatliiatlM r achi.l bt s railroad. cSket I'or mil lartliulsrs, call on any ag.nt f the rompanr.or rl F ft MDPK, A.FFIiLhV (ian.PsM. Agent, I. Pasa. Agont, orliti,ii, Kr. liuxliuuiu. K it i:.Ht;.sri.s('niN' itriT,r. tivoral tiltleea, CoTlngtuu, Ky. lli-s- 1831 "is our-TxyAT- 1887 Couiii-r.Die nlI'iBiai, bt ot tho di-us- AGRTCULTURAL nal nl Ainerinu WEEKLIES Is the Jouramount aod Thet'oiintrr Hmll"iian iiualltv i.fcrnr.deric-oofpublltatluii, ItMcuplea lie lint rank. Itlel-IIithto hare no siijrlor iu eltbtr of the thr chief divisions of practical va'tieof , stliulur. '" C..11I1 ul. In extiaiund abllif or papT aud ljl In I Hi untunes sftoil d m mad by PtxtuMee Money Order nr DrVt, liavol eliani" f Newtjiaperaaru liMiiii ton , dTMilstwent wltlMHH trie t xi rw order of Harper A Brother. AdJru IIAK1-..I- I A ItKOlHl.K New Vtrk begin with th m if tb Mn'S,n umbers fur June aaxl Deeaaabtr i men )wr When ik time la fpeclHwl, tubfcrlptiuoa wlil begin wltb the NuulM currtMi at tint of receipt of order. Kubil uluirtol llarrkr s Magat'H", tor tkiee jea's uacK,in iMai t iosh mntiiiMc, win tM aeus mj of &tW par toIhbm malt, iuatld, un t lotii I'iissm, fur Miidlbg 50 tLls ec5-l- iy mall, pOst4id. AnAlrbtb-llci- l, Indox to Harper's Magaa.n H'7J, In-- r alytical, and CtaMlAwl kir Yoluasea , uiire, 'ru.n Jun, laii, tu Jinm, tWf, wi.r sro, I lulh J I 00. Tie toIu N IWId TralBs, with ,.L'.,""!- ixlil 1 Tr. 1 ' ut ns NEWPORT HEWS I mimm VALLEY Tin: THE SE5I Farm Crops and Processes, Horticulture & Live Stock and Dairying, Frnit-Qfowin- CHESIPEIREAJHIB K4!lllllclj'H lEotilu Koa ROUTE HiihC ....., ,, ,. sim-mo- While It also Includns til minor department of rural Intertst. such as the 1'oullry Yard KuUmiulu-KtriM'uhouoatid (Jranry, Veterlle inary KepllM, Karm Qufatlou aud Anseers, Kire-.Il!(IlHK, IHiiueatic Lcoiiomy and u sumiUHrv ria ar ol the newaof toowN'k. lis market ununu.lly complete, and much attention li paid to the pruepeci of the crops, as throwing light upon oneol the moil liii(iortjiit questions When o buy and when to reli. It ls liberally Illustrated and Is Intended to supply In a continually lucrea-aln- g degree und In trio t seme of the term, a . Itt-p- i U-s- WaBhinglon, rhtladolphia and Now York. Tbo only Hue runulog de PULLMAN Nl:,,' .SMiUiMM. JMU tAISh A SOLID TRAIN VRCIM Louhvillo, Uiuoinouti &z I.ivr, AKrluiilturul Xuwipei n. Although tho Oiuntry (Icntlrman has b en griatly enlarged, the terms continue as Mow when paid strict y In a ivauo). Onu copy on ti 6"i lour copies JI0, and an audit oiialcopy lur tne ytar lit to tun wnder ol theilub, 'Jen cop ts J'W.and addltloral cop) ono year tree to llio.einHrot thH club "Ai new aubcsrllwra fur J8S7, pa; Irg In Irons m.wwlll receUo tbe paper wei'klyirt7. tho I .....-.- , ,,.l......,l,lai. wmirililiuiiuoiiiiwiiwi Ifw lunnir Adilresi wllh eliaign. fiifclineneunles Irw. Interior Journal i'A.NL''ORI, KY. Faat Trains for Wow York. Tbo Counrctlug In the sauia dnpul with to Wtuliingtoa Uitj, Dlroctliauteto Loxiuston, Ky, yr, W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. f DnurllU, Nortolg and all Virginia fctid North Carolina I'oiuta. Fortltkcta and lurllur Inlorinitlon, arrlr to youriioarcattlcketolllceor nddreta W. W. Mon-roeucral Agent, Lexington, Ky. d Vlco Lynthburg. --. ...-t.ut cr Lt1'iIKU XlICKfclt V pON, I ulillslm . alLms. Mar Vorlr. published orery Tuesday low prlcoof Hud Friday at tbe fietldont, (tuu'l t'asi'r Ag'i IiiiltylMe, Ky. ."0-- rl TU t IIAT3. f!0uMat.d nl tV c.uis tslrlciurv. 'Clf.ll Wrjoolbjlbj llTtaiCitslctlCs. Cincinnati,! Ohio. we erdUlty rreniml icmr,tr yourf i st known 19 ut fvf (.notrhtrs ami l.lcel. sol I comMr. We at.ltf, smlln rvrry 4.. it hu given sstututUu, iht. Ai TWO liOLI.AKN EksCBC YKAlt. PEKHYMIVfU PILLS "CHICH ESTER'S ... A.L mir if tlilrlie.lrr'. Hniril.lM,:! ,.. no vitKT h,u..ui '"' pr IQCIOM M (I.nip.) t,t n, Ir ;r rrturu NAME PAPFn. J1;1'. ".'"'.,'"" a",i,,l''""'iiUiirr,l,lillJ.,Jfc .. u ,. Injll-"'''l- ha P.r. .n,. lllf Orlcimil li, .1..,. In 11,1,1 iiikI Oiitv Jciiiilnr. .. 11, ENGLISH." or.l,i-- w,r!k imii.,1... Aleatt I.l.k, V. ! ItuJljn.K. SoldbynctijiUu. 3T033 "VOaR.IS. -- '"' 01' Af.L t'r.ASSE- i- Ite. riui ci.80. Koatly and Choaply Exooutod. I.ncll.b IViiiiirojul fill. laUasetb'a Foraalohy Dr. M L. BODRNi:, Stanford,