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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887012501 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. Semi 0 wtmm VOL. XIV. i- - grnz ntefiof lonfnaL NO. 197. For STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 25, 1887. opolize the cotton trade of the Yazoo and while still remaining known by the names LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. H. K. TAYLOR, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tallahatchie, Is sharp, not to say vicious. that cling to them, oven in the millenniOf LOQAN COUNTY, la a Candidate or thsofflct Miss Sue Miller accompanied by Mr. OF THF. ofSuperlntendant or l'ulilic Instruction, subjtct The rail is getting to be the popular meth- um (witness Ezekiel 48th and Keyelation W J. Sparks, paid Eist Brntadt a visit to the Democratio Bute Convention. od of transit, both on account of speedier 7th), but their Identity will never be conLINCOLN LAND COMPANY. Saturday. Published Titt'ttau and Frldau delivery and cleaner handling. founded, nor their characteristics obliteraA very interesting protracted meeting AT The Yazoo is a deep, sluggish stream, ted, if scripture is true. Lincoln All persons iain progress at the Methodist church, un- Land Company having debts against the them to Sale 12211 A.IVNUIV1, CJVWII. yellow and tortuous. The junction of the Oar services are held In the court-housare requested to present 8 Bargain. J W. Alcorn t bliotnce In Stanford, Ky. der the care of Rev. Halpenny. Yallabusha and Tallahatchie, to form it, is as the largest nnd most comfortable house Ann, o. th.tH.50 will be understood If we credit Prince B. J. O'Neill is in town. Mies President. desirable residence with seven only three miles above and in a prodigious ol aasembly in the place. We have excel- Poc menu and porch-Weand demanded. of water at the door; stable, smoke E well, of Kioto Ton, is visiting here bend of the Ytzoo and Tallahatchie almost lent congregations, day and night, and our D. Ac About an acre of ground In the lot. For T. Chestnut and Will Huflaker were terms, Ac, apply to mi. a. AMjFOHD. making an island and Just opposite the gospel is striking deep root already, here, here Saturday. W. P. WALTON- lci' Agent for J. R. Allord. town, there is a body of fertile cotton land as elsewhere. Ingersollism is more ramW. 8. Jackson has withdrawn from the am dally opening an elegant line of Fall Millinpant South than even North, but "LOVE firm of Boreing & of 2,700 acres in extent. Jackson and is now with I ery, Including all Three milea below the village the two and Nothing E o" slays it, right and left, Murrell, Cabell & Co , Louisville. His O. rivers, at tho neck of the bend, are only where the heart is not rotten. Praise the place Is supplied by Mr. Sid A. Loyelace The Latest Novelties of the Season. MT. VEHNON, KY. about 350 yards apart, one going west and LOUD! What a gospel it it! I love it end the firm is now Vincent Boreing & Alio Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars COD IS IS LOVE And NOTHING ELSE the other east. In this narrow neck the more dearly every hour. I know it is true. and Cufls, Ituchlng, Corsets, Bmlleo, etc You This old and Co. Hole! Is still mainvacated by will tha famous Fort Pemberton was located and I believo it will sweep tho world one day. Mrs. J. T. Brown and two little chil- ley Afind me at next rooms tolatelyMyers House Smi- taining its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. door the Warren, Special attention to the trarellng public. lll;VIH13 earth-work- s the and bastions are elill easily O, for more tongue to tell ill KS Ti: It VltlttiHA It. dren, Otkley and Barbara, are sick, as is P. XBircanu, Pro'r, I drove down to Fort PemberSon yester also Mrs. G, D.Jackson and little daugh traceable. In the Tallahatchie ust below 10, 1887. Okhkmwooi), Miss , Jan. Alt. Vernon, Ky. ono of the bastions that commanded a long day, with a splendid young lawyer, whose ter, Lillian, and Mrs. S E. Hardin. Mr. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Dear Iktkimok: Eighteen utiles duu reach of that river, the eteamer "Star of the library bristles with all of Ingcrsoll'e Murray Boreing, ftther of Judge Boreing, west, or nearly, from Cirrollton, lien this At his solicitation, wea:coupanled F. K, Trlb-bl- e the Vellow West" was sunk by the Confederates, with books, in addition to Voltaire, Tom Paine, is seriously ill of malaria. UUije, on tho the left bmlc of to Versailles, Ky., to examine the Hodge A the double object of blocking tho channel Volney, Kouueau and all the ret. I Iiedite Wire fences A rather unique trial was held before Fences Co., constructed by the represents. We iinil the terminus of n latelj conwhich Mr. Trlbble Federcould see how unsatisfied he was with the the county superintendent here', Thursday. found the fence Just as reprosenud In erory structed branch of the Illinois Central, and preventing her capture by tho being absolutely at ck proof and we also how eagerly, hungrily, he William Black, a teacher, was atraigned on consider It blgbly ornamrntal to the farms on This Is about an much of the Ki:rPny of als. Part of the wreck is still visible nt the whole lot, acd of eswblch they are conitructtd. We find upon enwill care to know. end of 22 years. She is notorious as the listened, as I tried to open a door the charge of exercising, too freely, not the place m your readers The Photographer, quiring the Company are perfectly responsible for (lie first cape from the horrors of orthodoxy, while clemency," but excessive severity an miir contracts, we like pleasure in recom We hal ordered hacks from this place to war steamer at which was fired shot that opened the awful game of civil still leaying him a God he could respect in school, flogging pretty severely gome mondtng tbe Company and their fence to all In catno up th evening the meeting at Car need ottenclng, A. W. Smith, A. W. CARrxNTKi, only one cams, and the conflict which cost us all so dear. She wan and a bible he could believe. Ever In Jesus, grown daughters of Mr. Eom Faris, who C. L. Crow, rotlton broke, but lM-lB. (. Uovir J. M. Saow. Geo. O. Baunes. chose to disobey his rules and call him delay ia waiting for another, that put in an attempting to throw in reinforcements and names. The unfortunate pedagogue suffer appearance a little before noon on the 1 1 lb. supplies to Fort Bumpier when the boom Sheiiff Ramsey Sets Himself Right. ed a revocation of bis certificate on the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, I To the Editor ol the Interior Journal; and procuring a substitute in C. for the of the first shotted gun, firing acroei her Monticello, January 120. In the Joun ground of ioabiiity to govern a school, and third, that didn't come at alf, threw ui on- bows, from Sullivan's Island, halted her. OF Ii&NCANTKB, KY. e Is KAI. of the 18th I have jutt read the re- - the case was dismissed. to 1 I', u, before we made our mart. The The legend that old It leaked out in touched off the gun and then opened tuarkablo statement that "the sheriff of the testimony that the girls called - - 9135,000 00 usual trill of faith and patience, accjiupa Mr. CAPITAL nied all tkL derangement of our plant for a the armed resistence to the United States Wayne made big money out of Pre will's Black "Jim Leatb," which was sufficient afThis Bank solicits accounts of lndlrlduals. firms hanging." Whether some strictly truthful to arouse the sleeping devil in any man timely departure and the uiuat failures and government. The Star of the West was terward captured at Galveston by Van person has given the editor his information, who knew the aforesaid "Jeems." Shame and corporations. Its facilities tor making colTictorien in G;htinK' off impatience and ill' lections, In all parts of the United States, are un temper, that one can ordlnarially find in a Dorn and did service for the rebels until or he evolved it from his inner conscious- on a man, say we, who could haye the surpassed, and cutomera are at all tlmos granted party of ten, none of whom CDUld lay claim she blocked the channel of the Tallahatchie ness and presents it as a sample of spright- heart to lacerate the feelings and pride of any reasonable accommodations tbey see proper THE INTERIOR JOURNAL to keep the Yankee gunboat from taking ly editoiial fancy, I am unable to form an any lady, but we hardly believe a man is to uk. We beg to oiler our serrices to the citito angelic perfection At lant we eaid good zens oi neighboring counties, without Banking bye to our kind entertainer, whose unim- Viclcsburg in the rear. Ojr postmaster opinion. He could not have properly drawn accountable under such circumstances, tem- facilities, and assure them that any bustneaa sent And tbe Louiarllle us shall at all timet haye prompt and faithful atpaired cheerfulness and sweetness of temper here was one of the party to whom was en- such an Inference from the statement in the porary insanity being a justifiable plea. "Will you be a candidate for the Sen-ah- tention, Courier-Journ- al had biea the standing admiration of our trusted the sinking of the vessel and he Signal, which was incorrect, but which, even DIRECTOR81 asked an Interior Jodrnai, reportwhole party for two weeke, Under (a moat promised me some relics in the shape of if true, did not warrant the conclusion that One year for only M-t- wo trying combination of circumatancee the copper nails and fragments of glass from the sheriff sold or knew of the sale of tick- er of Col. J. W. Jones, who exhibits decidpapera for little M. UIGGINBOTHAM, more than the price of one. the cabin window?. All of which is quite ets. There were issued only 50 tickets of ed symtoms of lunatieo politico. "I have se LEWI9 Y. J. colcruet cold, the paralysis of JOEL J. WALKER, LEAVELL, J. W. L01AN, ored help, the crowded condition of her in my line of curiosity collecting. admission to the enclosure where I'r.wltt riously thought of becoming a candidate,?, 3. 8. JOHNSON, ft7,Dg w W y?u. wni one year T. M. ARNOLD, Fort Pemberton, that erimly guarded was hung and these were "without money replied the colonel. "I Lave not bee L. F. HUBBLE, ?.nJl0nme.i,,apr wlth th8 houae and the conitant influx of visitors, l, ths B. Q. MULLINB. BIHPdON, ot tne "'h. democrat, both rivers stretching quite across thenar-ro- and without price." It is not even known strongly urged by friends all over the dis- J03. tc and for a tariff for revenue only, more or ten upsetting houaehold arrangeand neck that separates them was the odly and is not believed to be true that any one trict to make the race," continued he; "on ment, her be lUtiful equanimity wai undi. OFFXCEKSi to examine a aample copy of tha turned from first to last. The troupe will Confederate fort oyer which the victorious of the tickets was afterward sold by persons the contrary, I have received discouragecan do so at tats "stars and stripes" never floatec. A sitter to whom they were lasued. The editor of ment at every turn, but regard this as a J. M. UIGOINBOrHAM.FREST. loot rtmaoibir their pleatant .oiourn at LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, V..IRE3T., Slater StaJtrt' aal the gentle manner of steamer to the Star of the West was sunk the Signal will admit in his next Issue that good omen, In consequence of true love, the J. F. SANDIFEB, CASHIER, near the mouth of the Yallabusha. their kind and hospitable hostess. he waa misinformed regarding tale of tick-el- s. course of which is never smooth," "Upon B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. How do I like the swampers? First-ratwhat particular lino of policy do you exFor nine milea the road weatward waa a The execution of Prewitt waa conductConcert Grand, MACK BRUCE'S rtpttlUoa of that from Wioont to Carroll They are hearty, Intelligent and, largely, ed in all respects as required by law, and pect to fight it out on if it takes all sum-metParlor Grand, queried the I. J. r. "The greatest tortuout, andr road well educated. The first amazement I ex- there was no profit in it to the sheriff, exton, a Baby Grand, bed, through pine and oak forest commin- perienced was to tee the men so universally cept the fee allowed by law. I hope any possible good to the largest proportion of Buggy & Implement House. gled. Very iew hills to monnt, for the rea- robuit end even stalwart, while the ladies paper that has noticed the statement, now our population," said Col. Jones. And Upright Grand, blooming and full of health and beau- corrected, will also note the correction. still you must not conclude he Is a demoson that once a wagon track it made deep are Sanare Grand. crat; on the other hand ha is a "stalwart of Geo. T. Ramsey, enough to furnlth a drain for the water. ty. I had expected to see a measure of Respectfully , I hare sow Mr"fuU7 . nnt.TdtE..ntoVko70'' and the frequent tallow completion Sheriff of Wayne county. tha stalwarts," with democratic ideas, howthe hear y rains will toon cut It down Into that told of fever and ague. Oa the contraever. This it Senator Wilson's district and A Full Line of Wheat Drills and a deep gorge, with perpendicular tand PIANOS AND ORGANS "I'm a lawyer's daughter, you know the contest promises to be a lively one. The bank on either aide. One looks for any- ry, I never saw a healthier lot of folks in othor Agricultural Implomenta, Jtrer Vi"18?' to thIt C'T- - Every ioetiument la George, dear," she said, "and you would pride or an artist and prices ruigo from 10 to Senator elected next August will particithing like rocks In vain. They are the my life. It la no new thing to see in the 25 rorcent. lower tnan other not think irttraoge if I were to ask you to wodealers art: for tha Besides a pate in the election'ol United States Senaproduct of other latitude. Unfathomable South handsome men and beautiful PtIDI ot, Musical and art men All travelers have remarked tho sign a paper to the effect that we are engag- tors to succeed both Beck and Blackburn an Invited to an inspection or thebeautiful, culturscuttlloam ia lhecharacteriatlc in this. ed, would you?" George was too hippy to pedithat is, he will compliment ome republi- Fall Lineot Buggies and Wagons br?n5K0DJa:naWU'l,lM,'nJ0,,heMCelaThe aecond half of oar Journey wm "in fact. They can't help this cavalier gree, nor preyent their features from being think anything strange just then, and he can rooster with a yote, as he will likely be the swamp " Suddenly the road descends Tho ITorld-renoiTuKuabc, tko Facomely and delicate, and their feet grow- signed the papor with a trembling hand a republican. Alwaya on hacd. In connection with my Im- -. to a lower level by a steep incline, called mous Decker & Son, tke Popular Et-ere- tt plomeot business, I will also carry a ing with an arched instep and aristocratic and bursting heart. Then she laid her ear the "valley hill," and from that on to and the Reliable Neir England against his middle vest button, and they is Kellogg, when Chief Justice Complete Stock or Lumber, Qremwood we had a monotonous flat, with shapeliness. Oat struck with this everyPianos, "Tell me darling," of Nebraeka, before the war, traded a pair where. You shall eee more handsome faces were very happy. cotton plantation alteroAting with thick Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as and symmetrical feet and graceful limbs George said, after a long, delicious silence, of hoi Des for several acres of land near Omaforest of sweet gum and cypres. Nothing The Celebrated Olough'and Warren and Low lis any oue. and blooded bearing in one day In the "why did you want me to sign that papei? ha. The other day he eold one lot from more dreary and uninviting than this the John Olmrch & Co. Organs. South than in a week at the North. The Do you not impose implicit confidence in the plot for $28,000, and the entire tract is I solicit a share of yourpatronage, Respectfully, swamp landscape can be imagined thia side Tleasu communicate with us for catalogues, term yes," she sighed, eaid to be worth a quarter of a million. distinctive difference between the two tribes my love for you?" "Ah, m-ir- r jr. jt. ititvcE. nd prices. of the alkaline plain of the far West. is yet with ir finite contont, "indeed I do; but, Kellogg has fine properties in Washington ti. Mt. & L. J. COOK, 8petlal Ag'ts, stand- of Israel thai peopled this country Lirge tract arc "water logged" with titanford. Kr. largely preserved and will be to the end of dear George, I've been fouled eo many and Chicago and is a millionaire, Or ROSE It. KICHAni), auggentive of malaria, without ing poala, Independent. time. Manasaeh is of course the dominant tlmea,"-r- he References: A. K. 1'enDy, Mn. K. U. Carpen-tc- r, A cotton shed with G500 bales was end. la thete desolate expanse of shallow J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and James Henone, and must needs be, because he was to ley, Stanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab OrchWilliam Dingier, of Kiverton, III , was in burned at Memphis. Loss $300,000 daukuem, the gum and cypre'ees are ewol ard; Gen. W.J. Landram and Miss LItzle Huffgrow to the "great nation." But you can bed and his wife handed him their baby, Thou shalt go to MlOVItXF.'S for all thy man, Lancaster, Ky. at the roal, a if ien Bucklen's Arnica Salre Christmas Goods. no more confound cavalier and Puritan Iteaton: preparatory to getting into bed herself. As they hid bsen seiud with gout from standThe best Salre to the world tor Cuts. Uruliet New York Bourne has just received direct from la the cbeupest lot erer the ing long in the ttawholetanie dimpi. Hare than you could Judah and Ephrsitu ehe bore her weight upen the bed It gnve Soros, Bait Khcuiu, Foier faorea, Tetter, Chapped brought to City neck nicest andods. of the w ttils Thou shalt buy the medicines from Bourno clearings devoted olden time. And it is curious and instruc- way, and all three went down together Hands, Chilblains, Coros and all Skin Eruptions, and there a log cibiu, in is Roasont tive to notice how the natural antagonism Whtui D.ngler extricated himself with the and positively cures files, or no puj required. I, too valuable Bourno's goods are pure.of Thy liferem to cjt'op, perched upon piles to keep clear to bs sacrificed became ioert la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money edles. of the rival tribd, in Hritiin, transferred baby he foil ml that it wan dead. There refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For tale by of inuo'tatim, empbarzjd the prevailing Thou shalt marry toon, very soon. western shore'. Nor could Reason: The goose Lone uiarketh this a hard A McAllster. went no marks ou the child, aud the exIniprrMoni of swa'jjpinem, that ererpowere itself to tbe9 W winter, ard Bourne's toilet articles will make UHID & MISSISSIPPI altered crcutusUucc, nor overwhelming planation of it death m that when the bed hn strike the lower level. or.e tie ui jmint thee beautiful aboso thy lellows. (It thou dost Interesting Experiences. ' duUi'i see lull a ilizin people the nine influx of Uentite emigration Ir.im every broke the father involuntarily clasped his lilratn Cameron, furniture Dealer of Columbus, not de Ire to marry, thou oort desire to be envied The dlroct through lino and old established route because of thy beauty. quarter erase the inertdicnble jealuuy that arms so tightly around the baby that the from Thou shall go hunting and fishing. Bourne has mile. Tn gecuptnts of tho cabins seem(3a., tells his experience thus: "For three years the materials. began far, far back could we only trace it, Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii little body, on tho market for StomhaTO tried every remedy breath was rqueezad out of its ed awir 'roiu home, lowing here and there Thou shalt have a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, and all points in tbe West. ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, un- violin strings, lamps, frames, pictures, mirrors, S:ucalr a olrfn of in the lr.nd of "Abraham, Isaac and Jacob." a do, or w.) In charge warranted lewelry. My own theory ia that Virginia and Caro If any philanthropist and Iudian defend til I used Electric Hitlers. Took fire bottles and Bourne has tbesi and the finest lot of candles Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis, life in the gloomy forest, uv once in a Three (3) Daily Trains Iroia Cincinnati which State alone give permanent er winlH to know the exact number of Gcr- - am now cured, and think Electric 'fitters the best ovrr brought to titauljrd.mlcd to St. Louis. while n J looking bird, flitting atealtbilv olini, that Fourne Is the Thou shalt keep In Major A. B. Itccd, Dlo5d Purifier In Erery ono of of West LtboTty, tho world." Electric Bitters for an cleverest mau (except Dr. Cox) acd the best man Only lO hout'H from Louisville and Cincinnati bd mistaken, to tho iuomo's victim, it is 113 th.it cm not Ky, used and guiltily though the branches of the chancier, to deal with toil, Loula. these people, ranging from old gray-hair- ed old standing Kidney affection aud says: "Noth. "Roses red, violets blue, Tne day was bright South, were settled by Normans, or nmaller oaplitus. Bourne's is the place for you. - jbakespearo. Only Lino by which you oan Tho The protctant Huguenots were a sire to innocent bibios, were killed in cold lug has ever done mo so much kuood as Electric enough overhead and we had cheerful com In fact, the half ot his glories and One goods got a Through Slooping Car Bitters." Bold at 50 ccuti a bottle by Tenny A have not been told thro. surrounding would hare de remnsnt of that tribe, left In France, when blood, and some of them put to such tortured McAllster. Puy, but the From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. brethren left in a body for the British that death wait welcomed as a blessing. One preyed Momua himself. At times the their A Captain's Fortunate Oiscorery. Ilos, during the conquest. These came yictim, a man, was tortured from sunnat to Rr TYT uiu J hole were fearful hole of slickinew, rPhn r" OGJA. Is tbe only line running INFORMATION Capt. Coleman, scbr. Weymouth, plying between through from Louisville XllU acros to the Ctrolina in eho.als, when per- sunrise before he died, and hi cries of ago through which our mule thundered and Cincinnati to tit. Louis, all other routos being Atlantic City and N. V., had been troubled with made up of a combination of small roads. Happily a few days secution drove them from papal France, as ny bo enraged some of the sleepy equawa a coub so that ho was unable to sleep, and was MANY PERSONS weary and panting. i tl e'r brethren from England, of the same that they forced hot coala into his mouth to Induced to try Dr. King's Now Dlscorery for Conthin iea$on of sunshine and rain had rendered tho worst Tho Ohio A Mlssis'ippl Hallway runs ralatlal suffer from Y. Mail. tr tie a'l unknjwn to eachother had peo- silence him.-- N. Sleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Parsumption. It not only gare him inttant relief, place somewhat tolerable, but what they -lor Cars on day trains; Klegant Day Coachhut allayed the extreme soreness In his breast. pled Virgin! at an earlier date. es on all train:. lleadaclie, are in bid weather oue stands aghast to An experienced arclio hunter saye: "The Ills children wore similarly aflected and a slnglo bo a little "out" and rusty in my I may Xturalyla, Direct and close connections are made In UNION largest white bear I ever saw was shot in doso bad tho same happy effect. Dr. King's New think. DEl'OTd with diverging lines by tboO. A M. liheumntlstn, The sun had juit eunk in ruddy glory history, and it is not accurate enough per- November, 1SS5. His' measurements were Discovery la now the standard remedy In tbe Railway, thus avoiding troblesome transl'atns in tho fers by other routes. when we drove into the village. haps to build upon with certainty, but it twelve feet two inches from lip of tail Coleman household and on board tbe schooner. ahad of u J.lmbt, llacli and The Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is the only Una Bottle of thia Standard Remedy at Ojnotel stands on the bank of the Yaroo will, at least, furnish an agreeable theory, to nose, six feet three Inches girth, fif- Free TrialMcAIister'a Drug Store. between Louisville, Cincinnati and tit. Louis Shies, Had lilood, Fenny A under one mansement, running all its rIn digest Ion, Djspejts la, and our yes were cheered, first, with the that some may like to adopt. There is no teen inches across from ear to ear, and trains through solid and In consequence Halarla,ConstlitloH Kidney Troubles. la recognised First-ClaElectric OU cures all aches and pains. freight tntn manouvroing at the harm in it, if no good. And the fact Green's Routs beeight of a inch skull, while the track of his paws tween those Cities, For sale by McRoberts A Stagg at (Oc. h V0L1HA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, an unalterable one, that two differthe outskirts of town, and second depot on Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for measured elevon and a half inches GenMsd Blood and KUnf y Trouble, by cleansing tha full particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars by the grtte'ul puff of a little steamboat ing 'tribes" peopled the North and South. erally the average measurement is eight (Srcen'a Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at blood of U its Impurities, strengthening all parts or any desired Information, or write tu of the body. ROUT. H. FORJIAN, 50c, at McRoberts it Stagg's. earning down the river, with a cargo of cot And, in my judgment, each will preserve feet in length." Trav. Pans. Ag't O. A M. K'y, Somerset, Ky. h VOLINA CORDIAL CURES A touching analobale- for reshipment ou the railroad. Its identity, to the last. ton JOHN K. BARNARD, W.B.SHATTUC, Hides, by Neuralgia, Tains In the I.lml. Back and "Now," said the bridegroom to the bride, Use (5 reen Cough Balsam for coughs and colds. Gen, Pass. Ag't, Pros, and Uen'l Man'gr, she waj, gy, a well a incidental proof, is furnished toning tho nerves and strengthening the muscles. A jolly miniature Cincinnati, 0. from the honeyPrice 50c, For sale by McRoberts A Stagg. -- t VOLINA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA, entire efficemenl of a lordly when they had returned with a whistle out of all proportion to her in the aiuiot moon trip "let us have a clear underIndigestion and Constipation, by aldln; the assimHow Is your blocd? Use Oreen's Ssrssparllla hUj, but in lovely contrast with the loneli- taceof men, by the civil war; so like the ilating or the Food through the rurr uctlou of the standing before we settle down to married For sale by McRoberts A Stagg at (1. Gib-oastomach ; It creates a healthy appetite. annihilatiou of Benjamin at and silence of the ewamp we had just well-nig- h ness life; are you to be president or vice presiCORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, as dotalled in the 20. h and 21st left. The Illinois Central In constructed wish to be nei Depression of spirits and Weakness, by enlivenof the book of Judges. Indomitable dent of this concern?" "I ters of steep grade, runing aud toning the system. a ther," ehe auswered "I will be content STANFORD. KY. CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED ning parallel wl h tho river bank and down Benjamin, there aud here! Proud son of "When Baby wm sick, wo gve her Caatorla, with a subordinate position." "What is and Delicate Women, l'unrand Sickly Children. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor water mark, upon which her cars Hachel, the belored! His pride ha cost to low When she was a Child, ahe cried for Castoria, It Is delightful aud nutritious as a general! onto. ' Comptroller of the currency." in nil ages. But it abide, nil tha.?'' Vnlltut Altiiiinnn mill Jllarr. When ahe became Miss, she clung to Castorli, cin run down and receiye cotton right off him dear, 1HH7. A for useful IIook hmlome, complete One pound of nitrite ot soda to 12 gallons Whoa sho had Children, tho gare them Castoria. nut ..... telllnshowtot'UUK . the Uoat tlnl up to me iracK :inu cioso down the cue;. And the "money devil" ... ....T .... .. jlnK.!i-- i nt litmr. lunpicuani, naiurii way. bulween tho Amalgamation, Grady dreams of, is a myth. of water, makes a splendid fertilizjr for alongside. The Competition Else of Stage. 20x60, Eight complete set of Ben. Mallei cu receipt of a 2c. postage stamp. AdJreis ery. Seating capacity. Including gallery, one day striwberry beds and plants. This VOLINA DRUG &. CHEMICAL CO. steiuieri that collect for, the road and the It can never be. The "tribes" will rate to good attractions. KID., U, S, A. be drawn together by a closer tie than that, amount ia sufficient for a rod cquare. BALTIMORE, oUrMioamlmt company that used to mon J e, afa 187-t- t. tunica JIIIiMNJEKY. GEORGE BARNES NEWCOHB well-kno- MTEI, THK IiCltI. lG2-2- J. Yto, Ulue-Ora- ts ES. II. FOX5 - - "ex-ecuti- Danville, Ky. Frames Made to Order. Hut-ledg- A Grand Combination ?" Weekly half-irots- w n' '' Courfer-Journa- Courier-Journ- al e. PI AMOS! t well-packe- pu-nin- es etl FIVE COMMANDS! post-offic- andeoda-bMtle-ehape- d 133-l- o. & I Bedja-minltet- ). J. ete, coven-- ss -- -- - etern-wheele- h, 0LINA OPERA HOUSXS d . hot-bous- v o r i& . IX -- ,: fc- TWWt-WSr--- l - : S4V.:- - - tr1- - Stwi-88lecH- fi $n(erirc$ottnraI January 25, 1887 Stanford. Ky., - W. P. WALTON, We are indebted to Mrs. Mary A. Smith, e( Virginia, for a copy of the book written by Thomas Judeon Cluverlus, who recently suffered the deserved death penalty for the horrible murder of his cousin, Misa Lillian Madison. The production Is disappoint ing both to the few who believe him inno-ceas well as to those convinced of his guilt. Hts denial of the crime lacks straightforwardness and is a rather poor effort at what the lawyers term special pleading, The book adds further proof of the wonderful nerve and of the man, which had characterized him thro' all the tryinffcenes he he had to pass. Employed in a worthy direction, such qualities would have won him honor and distinction in any field of action. For we are more convinced after reading the book, that Cluyerlus was guilty than ever before, and can with even greater commend the firmness of Gov. Lee in refusing to set aside the findings of the judges and jury. No Kentucky governor in our recollection would hare done a plain duty so firmly and so well. our-wires em-phis- is It cost Massachusetts $370,000 and his brother, V. B. Adams, One of our The Liwer House of the 'Tens Legisformer prominent cltizsns, who left hero lature has passed a bill making it unlawful took four years to stamp out pleuropneulast September, will, we understand, short for any judicial, executive, administrative monia In that State Robert Adams has been convicted of ly return. Particulars later. C. O, Coylo or legislative officer In that State to accept free passes or tickets from any railroad stealing $14,000 worth of stamps from tbe writes from Louisville that he is improv ing under his treatment for paralysis, R. company under the penalty of a fine not Minneapolis postoffice, A gang of desperadoes captured a train E. Thompson and family left for Garrard exceeding $10,000. This virtuous spasm was taken no doubt after it had been as- near Gordon, Texas, forced an entrance into Monday, J, E. Vowels went to Jellloo Monday. Miss Ida Adams returned Fri certained to a cortatnty that the Senate the express car and robbed the safe, Three Pinkerton detectives, who were day after an extended visit to Lexington would not agree to such a bill. These bills were never known to become laws. The protecting the men at work at the coal and Louisville. M. C. Williams and sister, average legislator would as soon give up sheds in Hoboken, N. J,, fired on a group Miss Cleo, went to Brodhead Baturday to 4 ..M H of boya for snowballing them, killing ono, the burial. Mrs. G. W. Baker and others his per diem as his free pats, lad named Tommy Ho-ga- on the sick list are improving. Mr. F. H. a fourteen-year-ol- d Van Wyck, who enjoys the beautiful Rjppert is able to be back at his desk in of "Crazy Hone," will not bs Birnum'a $rt,000 African lion, which the Fust Controller's office after a few the doubtful quantity in the next Senate. has been in bad health for some time, was days' absence on account of sickness. It is The Nebraska Legislature has decided to chloroformed to death at Bridgeport last understood he will have another promokeep him at home and send A. 8. Paddock week. It took 10 ounces to do the wotk. tion shortly, being the second since his apin his stead. The body will bo stuffed and presented to pointment. N07ES OF CURRENT EHENTS. Tuft's College. DANMLLE. BOTLE COUNT T. The postmaster at Corinth, Miss,, set a Ieaao Sparks, an old citizin of Jeaea- An Infant child of Mr. C. P. Cecil is The followlDK partZTiphi, itltlng forth acme of steel trap to'calch a letter thief and bagmine, Is dead. ibt rood Iblop kpt by ged a son of a prominent business man. very ill with pneumonia. The customs service costs the country Mr. Thomas Walker and Miss Mary The youth in his mortification tried to end $4,540,873 annually. his existence by cutting his throat, but Elizabeth Rosenauer obtained marriage liPhlletus Sawyer succeeds himself as cense Monday morning. failed to cut deep enough. Senator fiom Wisconsin. The Boyle Quarterly Court began this Andrew Howard, of Dawson county, No senatorial eleotion yet in Indiana, Ga was shot and wounded from ambush morning with four petitions and seven GllOOEII, New Jerssy or Tennessee. by ire men, who afterward finished their summonses. Among them are several conThe wife of Senator Voorheea died sudwork by stamping him to death, Howard tested cases denly at Washington Friday, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. Mr. J. M. Bryant, of Chicago, is in was a witness in the United Statea Court Mrs, VanZindt will tako her fool town. Col. and Mrs. A. G.Talbolt left toagainst the moonshiners, daughter to Paris till Spies is hung. Hj So. 1 aid No. t Sacaerrl la good Auditor Hewitt says returns so far re- day for Washington City via. Louisville. palls are tow, toailderlai Ik prlca of flifc. The indebtedness of the several Pacific ceived indicate an increase ol $75,000,000 The Colonel has fully recovered his health MyNapl Sjrnp It ai mi par as caa be roads to tho Government is $108,362,331, foaad anrnhtre. in tho State assessment under the new law. and expects to soon hear something about to represent the L. D. Parker wants that Austrian Misrion. A on eat o jrction to the Interetata ComIran safelr say that I h? the rtry brst This increase is chiefly in personal proper rlrrtlon of Caused Vooda. Central Lodge, No. 8, I. O. O F., merce Bill is that It fastens another horde Somerset district in the next Stale Benate. ty, which has heretofore escaped taxation, r rreitrtea sad Jams ars pat ap by lbs fctit There were only 407 convicts received of on the country. Besides and will add more than $350,000 to the an- which has been la a languishing condition packrr ef tho artlclfi. at Frankfort last year, against C04 in 18S5. for some time, I now undergoing a very in ve commissioners at $7,500 each and exI Jralre those who hat nual revenue of the State. acta troaalril with The Illinois legislature will appropribad l.ard to try mlae. I am wllllaa; to tale penses and a $3,500 secretary, the commispassenger train for teresting revival. Grand Mailer R. G ElThe West-boun- d Lo-ga- n. back ererj poand that dotin't fire tbe moit sion has the piwer to employ and fix the ate $50,000 for a monument to Gen. St. Louis on the L. A N. was wrecked liot, o( Lexington, will be here on the noon entire latlafatlloa. compensation of such other employes as It about 30 milea from Evansvijle, by the ex- train to attend a very important meeting I baft Uro,"MT and Sited llrant, floralar, It is said that Gov. Knott, who is in plosion of the locomotive boiler. The en- to night. may find necessary to the proper performance Oat Hral, NhreddedOata, Itararonl, rlrklta la ia after the effice of railroad Mr. Noland, formerly of Jesiamlno Ilnlk, llonrr and manj Other things which I of its duties. Law-makare everready to Washington, gineer and fireman were thrown soveral can not Mention htrt-ti- trj article trit-claivote for the creation of new offices and commireioner. hundred yards and instantly killed and the county, tho grandfather of George Cogar, of A Chinese transport collided with a Adams express messenger was seriously this place, fell on Frtday night at tho resito increape their own salaries, and that acI offor aevoral Coal Vain nnil my Block of Coal TJnokatant Coat. counts for the oiy large majority by which British steamer and sunk with 100 soldiers hurt. Nono of the niwengers tufi'ered fa dence of tho latter, and broke his left leg and several Mandarins. T.K. WALTON. above the knee. Dr Fnrette Dunlap renthe bill wis The railroad comtal injuries. Over 100 persone, mostly fishermen, mission will probably be as much service Mark lUtdln, lte of Mjntkollo, Cleik. A startling story comes from Lmsing, dered surgical attention and the fractured to the country at large as our own commis- are reported lost by the sudden breaking up Mich., gathered from a Legislative report by limb is doing well, a greater danger being threat-ene- d, sion is to the State and everybody knows of the ice on Lake Erie. the House Judiciary Cnm'tee. It it) charged from pneumonia, with which he is A long section of the Union Railroad Mr. Noland is S4 years of age. how iDfinitesimally small that Is. girls have been persuaded to that young bridge opposite Toledo was carried away Mr. E. "P. Faulconer, of this county, leave their homes in various cities by the We have no desire to do Sheriff Ramsey, by tbe breaking of an ice gorge. saw a commotion among his sheep Sunday ofler ot large wages in the lumber regions of of Wayne, tbo slightest Injury and thereOut of 220 members of Congress inof Michigan. Once evening and on getting nctrer saw two fore very cheerfully give space to his letter terviewed 147 are for the removal of the tho upper Peninsular they are forced to lead Uvea of shams dogs lunching off a fine wether they had there, which appears in this issue denying that tax on tobacco and 125 from sugar. and when tboy attempt to fide from their killed. This appropriation of his properhe made anything out of the Frewitt hangArthur Miller and Milos Wallace were ty without due process of law displeased ing save the legal fee. The Signal did not killed near Murfreesboro4 Ark., by three persecutors they are hunted down with Mr. Faulconer to such an extent that he docs. say In so many wards that the sheriff sold men who fired upon them from ambush. exploded a little pistol he had in his hand JT7. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. the tickets to the hanging, but said ther One thousand men, aided by 300 dogs, and he slew both the dogs. the had a wolf bunt five miles from Oakland, were at a premium at $5 each and Messrs. Eogleman A Fields received on Walker Nowcomb sold to Harris Basheriff was the only person who could is III. Nine wolves were killed; no firearms ker a horse for $00, Saturday. Sunday evening from U. C Sand-- , of cue tickets the natural inference was as we were used. It is evident that Palton, the "short Meadow Brook stock farm, Olney, Illinois, Bro. Thompson should be a gave it. An elevator boiler at Newport News method" mathematician, has not walked in the following described stock; Chestnut little mors particular ia his use of words exploded,tearlng the)house to pieces, killing the soap and water path for some time. mare, "Myrtle Herr," full ilstsr to "Lilly or he will injure his reputation both as an one man and terribly scalding four others. Rev. P. J. Hiatt haa been holding ser- C"2:29J,by Dr. Herr, sire of Jo Davis, editor and a teacher. Damage $8,000. vices at the Christian church for the last dam Matlle Clay, bv 8traders Casslns M. Mr. Andy Gibson, one of the oldest five or six nighta with good attendance. Clay, Jr., In foal to L:C.eJe, Belle B,mn A triumvirate of editors, composed of In reporting the proceeding in the at- by Richlleu, dam Belle, dam of Ltd Bas- Halstead and Watterson, seem to and moat highly respected cltizena of Som Dana, Is dead. He was president of the tachment suit brought here from Laurel sett, Mascott and Jessamine, by Alcalde, have formed a mutual admiration society erset, National Bank there. county last week, by oversight we mention also in foal by LaClede. for the evident purpose of "tickling you if John Thompson, sick in bed with ed the Nickel Plate Coal Co., of Eist Bern filly Glrtie Harkaway by Htrkaway, dam you'll tickle me." This is what Dana said got up and ran to stadt as being the defendant. It waa the Bells Bowen. Bay mare, Evylena, dam of -- DBALBai in- about Watterson the other day: "He says pneumonia at Cynthiana, tin creek and succeeded in drowning him Queen City Coal Co. instead. Cricket, 2:33 by American Clays Warren just what he thinks and never what he -Bob George after the services rendered Russel received at the tame time from the Drugs, Books, Stationery and (-doesn't think. We may not always agree self in about a foot of water. A fellow down In Geosgia, who took at the jail fire, haa been under the impres- same party a biy weanling lly, Lena with his opinion, but we never cease to Zrm-- r vy- ?tT aw fellow great interest In the Cluverlus case, and be- sion that the town was indebted to him Harkaway, by Harkaway, dam Evylena, loye the warm-heartePbrilclaoi' praarjlpllon accurately compounded. lieved him innocent, committed suicide and the only way to get even was to fill up dam of Cricket 2:33, by American Clay. who utters it. There are too few such men Mwsrs. Whltecotton and James O'aiajaajifaiiiav' with corn juice and blow a paper horn on Ri. . i in the world." To all of which we sub- when he heard that he was hung. Wm. E. Mead was shot in hia door- the streets. Fined $1. He says towns as Brien had some trouble Saturday night at but look out all the same for Wal-terso- n'a scribe, way at White Plains, N. Y., and two men well as Republics are ungrateful. Dougherty's restaurant, near the depot. O'opinion of Dana. who had fired the shots, killed themselves Tho Clark storehouse that has been Brien says that several other younjt fellows The Largest Stock of Watches, (Hooks, Gen. Buckner, who we were told was to when about to bo taken by officers, Jewelry and Silverware used for last year er s paint shop by the and himself had ordered some oysters, of stand still and let the gubernatorial nomiAt the last count just 209 democrats Furniture Co., has been purchased of C. which Mr. Whitecotton proposed to parErer boucht to Ihlt nsarket I'rke towtr than nation run him down, has found that the had signified their willingness to serve as lb Lowrt. Watchra, flocki and Jcwnlrr ImW. Adams by James I. White, our Sheriff, take without an invitation, aud on being paired on ihoit nolle and WrrntM. days when the office sought the man are Railroad Commissioners under the provisand we are informed that he and W. A. B told that he (Whitecotion), had nothing to gone with the uniecallible past, and decid- ion of the Inter-statCommerce bill. Divia of Waldo, this county, will open a do with tbe oysters, he, that Is Whitecoted to shuffle around a little himself, conseState Senator White, Topeka, Kansas, stock of general merchandise. ton, responded that Mr O'Dnen was "a quently he has established bis headquar- has been awarded a verdiot of $20,000 liar." Mr. O'Brien resented Mr. Simeon Denny, the centenarian ters in Louisville and will learn tbe arts of against M. T. Fuller, a lawyer, for circulamentioned in your clipping from the Au- this imputation on his veracity by 'striking the politician from the venal set who run ting a story that he had robbed a safe. gusts, Ga., JVtirj last week, as being 100 on Mr Whitecotton and Mr. Whltecotton rethe politics of that city. The Louisville College of Dentistry, a Dec. 10th, is a resident of Level Green, this joined by shooting at Mr. O'Brien three The comment of the Harrodiburg Dan. department of Central University of Ken- county. He Is reported as being yet hale limes, one shot slightly breaking the skin ttrat on our paragraph which said, "it tucky, was inaugurated in Louisville Fri- and hearty. He is the father of E. M. and on the top of the head, but not otherwise would be well if other denominations day, a good class of students being present. Z. C Denny and Mrs. W. A. B. Divis. injuring bini. A wild rumur is already n, The President nominated Oney The old gentleman still enjojs jokes and afloat that WHISK 1 was at the bottom of would be as strict as the catholics in keepof Colorado, for surveyor general fun as well as any one, as Mr. D, N. Wil- the tragedy, but this, Mr O'Brien assures out of politics," is deing their members your correspondent, is an error. served, but when we insist that we wrote of that State, to succeed Gen. Dawoon. Mr. liams can testify, A nice little piece of detective work ministers instead of members Bro. Spots- - Ciratanphen was at once confirmed by the The minister who preaches the best serwood will agree with us tbet a compositor Senate. was carried out by a citizen of this county, mon, the lawyer who knows the most law An incendiary fire in the house of Cal- who was liable to have been indicted by ought to be shot. vin Bass, in Hawes county, S, C, burned to the last grand jury here. The party that and how to apply it, the doctor who has the most Bkill in his profession, the mechanic George Jones, one of the most capable death hie wife and two small children, the was summoned to appear against him showwho understands hia business, works hard and painstaking journalists of Louisville, mother being ill and unable to leave her ed upon time, but was confronted by the and eaves money, the storekeeper who gives Ii still selling tho old reliablo OLIVEB. and has transferred his labors from the Qmmer bed. alio has an improvement that citizen with ugly documents he had proctal to the Courier Journal Probably no Mrs. Tenie Cibalek, of Cleveland, wife cured from a distant State Implicating the good measuro and does not put all the is dostined to make it much more popnlar than it has ever been. large apples on top, and so on down to man connected with the Louisville press of a Bohemian carpenter, killed her five Don't buy a pump until you soe the BUCKET ELEVATOR, and for cutsummoned party in some doubtful transac Bridget in the kitchen, who can keep the has done more hard work than Jones, but children by slabbing each one three times JEWEL and ECONOMIST emigrated to this county. most tidy house those are "our best peo ting boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. tions before he he is a modest fellow and his name seldom with a pair of shears and then committed RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK BTOVE8, &o. . The witness disappeared. Particulars will ple." appear In print. Owensboro Messenger. suicide. . Also a general lino of Hnrdwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Plue tilbe given as soon aa names can be procured. In another year those of unWho are alive c. R. A. Alger, of MichiMr. T. G. Butner, aged 23, who came will be writing 1888 at the top of otir let- ing, McKINNEY. The long and short haul business ha ) W. B. been settled so far as Congress is concerned, gan, found 500 needy families during the from Indiana a few week since to his ters Attention has been called lo tbe fact the Interstate Commerce bill having passed recent cold snap, and sent a barrel of fl our father's at Brodhead, very low with con- that the triple use of figures in annual dales the Home by ai heavy majority as it did and a ton of coal to each That ia real sumption, die! at that place Saturday will not again occur until 1911 and only 7 morning. Funeral and burial took place limes thereafter until the quadruple dethe Senate 219 to 41. The autograph of charity, Miss VanZindt, succeeded in obtaining Saturday, Mr. Butner had filled the posi- mand In the the President is all now that it needs to ysir 2222, Bit this is borlicense to marry the anarchist, Spies, but tion of agent and telegraph operator for the rowing trouble. make it a law. the sheriff very properly refused to permit Henry rillo, for the A There's a whole temporauce sermon iu Another three per cent, bond call has the marriage to take place as long as tbe J, M. I. road at He had been Ind., married to the reply of a butcher who was asked for a last three years. Secretary of the Treasu- man is in prison. been ifeued by the an estimable lady at that place but a year, dollar toward paying a temperance lesturer: I MiBBB5flfWiMteTrspT ry. The amount is near thirteen millions X.I r NftTlv 'l7ivJ vIW rIvxjf Tbe Missouri Legislature will pass a who is left so soon to mourn hla early "There's your dollar," he said. "I've sold and interest will cease on them March 1st. bill to submit the question of an amenddeath. more meat in one day since the town went This will leave but $40,000,000 of this class ment to the constitution prohibiting the Mr. James Duncan, who Uvea on no licenee than I used to in a week when outstanding. of bonds manufacture and sale of intoxicating li- Brush Creek, in this county, waa out saw we had saloons." is working at the helm quors in the State. Cam. Hindman ing stave timber one day last week on a "Charlie," said a Newman girl, "take me rbe leader of the fiends, who so fero- hillside above his residence. One of the sleigh-ridinof State in tho absence of Gov. Knott in g a to night?" "Am sorry, KitWashington. Look out for pardons now ciously attacked Steve Holcombe.in Louis- logs slipped its props and started down the that has been captured in Cincinnati, Any hill at a lively rate. Before it reached the ty, but I've got an engagement for those the governor himself prefers not ville, Ib pressing." "Yes, Charlie, but what's care if hla substitute other court but Judge Lynch's seems to be houeit had gained a big headway and to pardon, but don't pressing to squculng?" "Enough, Kitty, too slow for such a case. doee. struck near the eave with terrific force, I'll go!" The Court of Appeals has reversed the through the house, tearing Georoe Hearst, the new democratic decision of the Fayette court, which sent a parsing entirely A Massachusetts man caught a pickerel out two sides of it and carried a table, cookSenator from California, is a millionaire man to the penitentiary' for two years for ing utensils and a bed some distance from thrpugh the Ice with a gentleman's gold and haa been a newspaper man. His mil- killing a bystander with a bullet The Best intended tbe boms, They found the log at the scarf pin fastened in its jaw. Which lions, however, were won after he retired for the aggressor in the fight. shows that tbe dudes are not nil on land. bottom of the hill rolled up in a blanket. Waterproof Burllntjlon Free Press. from the latter business. A resolution has been offered in tbe Two women and a child were in the house A man may read law and become a lawCoat. The g03sIr.B are already fixing up a ro- Pennsylvania Senate requesting Congress but they escaped without injury. Tt mil DBANO SLICKIB It wtmntad w.ltrnroof, ltd will kp f oa try hi he may study medicine and be called a mantic marriage for Secretary Bayard, al to submit a constitutional amendment pro IB norm. ?n b.w ruHflnurutuill a .rf.tl rldlni taal, awa T. S. Miller came up from Garrard yer; mmiii doctor, but if he wants to be a blacksmith Iroluiioni. xTtratlBUrai411a. laalaa wlthoat tka "Pwk . though his wife has been dead less than a vlding for the election of United States Sen- Friday lo spend a few days at hia old home. he must work liiniir.i.j t'aiaiof ua lr. A 1 Tow.r, senna, ham, BR llnEJ" at his trade. X. C. Tjcay ators by a direct vote of tbe people. year. Armstead Adams, from Paint Llok, is with une. , nick-name 4 1BJLEASE ItEJUD T. R. WALTON. office-holde- rs ers e - pa-ee- d. u Two-year-ol- d Peimf MA liefer PHARMACISTS, SSSfe) , JEWELERS. "in.r e blank-stinkin- g oliyer :f:lo"W"si Cira-tarapbe- W. II. IIIGGINS ,,,,. Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. IflSH SSUCKER mat-nan- Bof I 7 $30. Genuimr Singer Peter ILimton. A Sewing MachinM at Apply to Mr. Thk monstrosity mentioned in our last, fortunately for llaelf and all concerned, died Hundar". GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT . Stanford, Ky., B. O, WALTON, January 25, 1887 DuslQeaa Managor. Just one week till Al. Fields and hla or Mn. W. O. lUniy. minatrela arrive, Remember the night, Fink confectioneries and ovate re Id any Tuwday, February 1. lta nt Alar fi. Atfnril'.. A riNE line of freah fanor Candles jus- received at A. A. Warren' "Model Uro RELIGIOUS. will preach at Neal'a Creek next Sunday at 2.30 i M. neat cottage for rent. I. AN. Wall EiptCM LOCAL TIME CARD. -- Bay. F. 8. Pollitt The largest .rata goloi tloith ctrj." I trtln" Hootb Houth.... t Ml 1 14 -- iM T hi 1 jot li calculated 0C4 on standard time, Bolar e In About 30 minute taster) NOTICES. world, the Chicago Central Mission, next county court day, at Stanford, 20 511 scholars. aharea of atock in the Firat National Bank1 Bank Stock. 11 I will sell at auction Sunday-schoo- l in the has4, 8ale at o'clock. II. T. Bush. Bit.? ynur School Books from Penny MoALiter. Abh your urocer for the Cincinnati kery Co.' crackera and cakes. The blind orator, Huffman, failed to fill W ATCiim and Jewelry repaired on ahor notice and warranted by Penny A McAlia hla appointment here, but will certainly r. lecture at the Methodist church Huntekh, Attention. leaded Car- on temperance, prohibition and the enforcell "I of ahot, at Penny A Mc tridge, ment of the law. No admisalnn fee Alielcr'. atock of Jewelry, lateat A cOMri.rrK ArTEn weeks of hard work Mr 'CI. B, tyle. llockford watchca a specialty. Pen Cooner haa at laat irotten the aatetaor'a booka ny A MoAllaler. copied and compared. The grand total of PERSONAL. asrcMmenla ia J 4.720.U71 against 13,001,921 of 1885, an Increase of $838,109 over 1885. Dk. A, Goli)8Ti:in, the optician, la here. Several aharea of First National Bank ft atock were bought by Squire Hugh Bar geant at Silo. Eight shares of Farmers BaNational changed hands at $147, W. T. I.iciiARUj A Co, have bought out field, 0. the store of T. C. Jasper, at Mt Salem, and Mr. J. W. Biiown, of Ml, Vernon, was in tho circulars just leaned at this office, In to are tin Saturday. they tfcll their pitrous the low prices that Tub new agent at Jellico did not they have placed on their goods. Si me of atick and Mr W. M. Bogle haa gone thither them couldu't be discounted in tho citlec. again. Oun young friends, L B. Giyena and J. Mihs Annie Vaiinon, a pretty younu Mary P. Crow, have purchased the drug Htore of lady of Hecjnlia, Mo., la visiting Mi's J. F. Hocker, at MrKlnnoy, and will great Yarooo. Mikses Ln.i.ir. Mersick, of Danville, ly enlarge the biuine. Mr. Crow ia a and Halite J I oil tea, of Lexlngtou, are druitgist of experience and Mr. Ulvena won't ba long iu "catching on." We wish Ktiealaof Mta J. II. Hocker. them unbounded aticcem. Miw Annie Aixkrn will in n few daya loavo for n lengthy visit to her aunt in Kna City, Mo. f Cor. Louisville Com mercinl. Nr.wr Chaki arrived from Carlisle yesterday and will soon be all right againt Dr. (lenslincf r, who was hurt at the time time, will prohthly die. of the Central Ma. V. A. MuL-lN- a, Journal, km here Saturday. He tells til that he will discard his patent this week and en inn nut nil hnmn print Mn O. P. CAuriiALL, advanco agent of Al Field' great minstrels, arrived yeter day and the walla and windowa will bloaon) with beauty. Remembtr the date: Tuesday night, February 1st. Owijki to a mistake, which fortunately did not result eerlonsly, Mr. Joe 8. Bice loses hla position as train dispatcher here, much to tho repret of many friends. He u not decided yet where he will go. Ma. E. R. Cuehault. of Fort Scott, Kanaia, haa joined hla wife here. He la till more than aatlafied with hie western proJpeda and etya he ia there to etay. La Tin. They were called home yesterday by a telegram announcing the aarioua illne's of Win Polly Hughe. to-d- ay Mu. T. J. UuowN ia back from Mans -- ii - m Lumder Men. Two hundred nnd fifty lumber men from the Ei-- t will atop here to day to dine. Tne L. A N coiuptny is nhowing them the ineihauitleM eupply of all kinds of timber nlon; its line. They travel In Meeper and it ia nit often that tney can run upjn a towu that cau feed them. Meesra. Bjrnside and Portman eay the Myers and Portman will be equal to the emergency, however. a conductor that ia a little ahead of our Capt. W. W. Sweeney: The Lexington Prw aye: Capt Winston haa been conductor of a pasacnger train on the Kentucky Central railroad for more than 33 conaecutive years. He waa with tho engineer when they firat anrveyed the road and worked hia way from brakeman. Thro' all the changea of adminiatration on the road he haa retained hla position without n trouble. The road waa finished from ia Cot-logto- Herb toCynthiana FiKO-- m In 1851. Gone. Sjqio time ago Brent a cistern for Cspt Ilfch-ards Haja blasted out and used dynamite cartridges for the purpoar, or accidentally, he lrf one of the dangerous packagee on the ground, and Stturday when Craig Jack-ma- n LOCAL MATTERS. went to wall up the ciatern, hia boy, John, who bringa him material, found it New China and Qlawware at A. A. War and of count wanted to see what it would tta' "Model Grocery." t do. Taking it in hia left hand he applied Saturday and yesterday were two ae a match to it and soon had hia curiosity lovely daya as ever came, even In epring folly lalitfied on that point. Tne cda of time. three of his fingers were blown oil and he five Tub firm of Ware A Vanhook, McKin was reared out -of l-l years' growth. -II M. Ware having nay, haa dissolved, F. Cabey In a conversation with those bought out his partner, Mr. J. II. Vanhook representative Caeey county gentlemen, New Krout, Mackerel, Dried Apples and Meesri. John W. Whlpp and K T Pierce, who pent Siturdsy and. Sunday horp, we PeachtK, Prunia and a full aasortmeut of A. A. Warren 'a "Model learned that Liberty is at last to have a Canned Good", at modern court house. The list grand jury Grocery." condemn) d the antiqj.itcd and inconveniTile trial of Walker, for the killing of ent old establishment and eoiue lluie during John Curry Miller, ia dragging ita alow the year n ih-- t one will be begun on (he length along in Washington and ho ia prov- old site. They laughed at the idea of there ing some very damaging things on the poor being an organized or real etlort to have dead man. the coumy seat changed to Yo'emite and fellow Gould, who caused tho brake, said that euch a proposition would not re The men of the L. A N. to strike and loee ceive 50 votes in thn connty. 8pesklig of their place, hue got a position as a sta- the pronunciation of tho naino of (lie latter tionary engineer and aaye he haa quit rail- place, Col. Whlpp aatd it seemed to be one roading f.ir good. For the good of the rail of the kind that everybody feel, privileged road and ita employe), it ia to be hoped he to pronounci ns he seea proper. Yo eem-i-- it, Yo semlght, Ynss e might and oven ia in earneet about it. are aome of the ways thoy The Firat National Bank has bought call it. fromM.O Baiifhy and L, F. Hubble, IloDRiiT Johnson ia a very cool bigamist, of 1. T Mattlngly, tho Stanford if the Htoriea of hia alleged wives are true. Mill property for $10,213.50, to secure a Some time ago he brought hia firat wife, debt. Thin is about a third of the coat of who claims to have been married to him 23 the establishment. A good man could years ago in Kuox county and settled her in take the property aud make big money a house neir town. All went smoothly unout of It. til be brought another woman to tho same The Aihvealc publishes a Hat of 18S of eatablishment and then of course the trou the clliiriB of Boyle who pay taxea on ble began. Thn old one waa shoved aside $10,000 and upwards. J. C. Caldwell ia for tho smiles of the younger and hand hla property being aoiner one and when she protested Johnson the heaviest tax payer, KMeraed at $140 005 and W. F. Evaoa threatened to send her to klnedim come. No county in She swore out a warrant and Sheriff New comes next with $112,385. the State of the aamo a!z can show bo land threw the stern arm of the law upon him and lodged him in jail, The proof much wealth. was overwhelmingly agninst Mr. Johnson At the time we wrote the paragraph and he waa held by Judge Varnon in $200 bout the complimentary aupper at the bonds to keep the piace, which ho waa un Miller Ho'el, Lancaster, for last night, wo able to givo and now ho is denied the condid not know that it waa given as much in soling companionship of either wife. The honor of our esteemed townsman, Mr, It O. woman who seema to have caused all the "Warren, as of Judgo Ojreley, but euch in trouble says the waa a poor, lorn widow, the fact. It waa given by the bara of the when ehe met Johnson, who by hia honied csuntiea of Boyle, Lincoln and Garrard, words and wicked wilea, completely turned Mil-ler- 'a -- 3d juduing from the menu and Col. her head and heart from her dead husband, in that lino, it waa n grand reputation and ehe coneented to becomo hia wife. and glorious feast. This uhe eaya was in tanbark peeling time A Vancy drexct carnival will cloee the last year. She liyed at Woodblue and her Rink next Friday night. Gentlemen will luisband'a name waa Sutton, but nt John be charged 50 centa admission and ladles Bon'a request the license waa obtained in 25, except those ladlea who come in fancy her maiden name, which waa Bettie Lambert altiro. A number of them have consented and he gave hia &a Robert Gray. The marto so appear and the prospect is that it will riage occurrc'J at Williamsburg and she be a gorgeous affair. As the entire pro- never dreamed of her husband having anceeds go to tho Gold and Silver Band, other wifo till a short timo ago. Johnson which has furnished muaio so regularly and denies her atory but the county attorney will investigate thoroughly before he ia permitbo excellently, we trust a rousing benefit ted to go. boya. will be given the ' ll- ! It was repsrted in town this morning that a difficulty occurred Saturday between CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. two men named Taylor and Underwood on Buck Creek, in Madison county, in which READ Ul HE.U DOWN. ritAlNSHOUTH, TKA1NHNOKTJ1. Taylor was ahot and fatally wounded by ISe. 7. No. 5. Ni.3. Ho. .J. No.l. AO,, I Ho. 6, XNo. 8. Underwood. I was unable to ohttin the STATIONS. ' Dlllv. Dally Dally. Ex. Hun Dally. Dally. Ex. Hun. Daily. Daily. particulate. Daily. John M. HIgginbotham, assignee of 7 55 a in 4 03 p ia 8 10pm 7 65 a in L're... Cincinnati. ..A'ri C42 nm 10 25 m 6 40 a m 09 pm uoorgorown a pm t 3Cpm 7 27am 115am 01pm Lonis Rout, sold on Saturday the store- 10 02 am 7 05 p m 1062 pm 10 51 a m .......Lexington 1 15 pm' 7 m 11 SO 35 pm 10 22 am 7 35 pra 11 20 00a m 4 05am 3 53 p mi fl 27 a m 3 39a m KicholuTlllo 01 pm room and residence at Marksbury to Mrs, 10 S3 a m 8 Cr: p in 1141pm 1161am 3 25 p m t5 47 a ra 12 33 p m .llarrodaburK Junction.. 11 08 a in 8 is p in 28pm Fount Fox for $2,015. The Btock of mer- 11 29 a m 8 69 p in I2"83a"m 12 47 p m 3 12 p m 5 32 a in 2Kjh Uanrllle vtpu. 302 pin 520am 2 45 a m 01 pm chandise waa bought by F. T. Fox, Jr , for 1135am' 9 10 p m 12 S3 a in 2 42pm ......Junction City ..Kings Mountain...,. 325pm 42 al33 p m 2 27am I 20 p in "faOam io am Somerset .... $l,0i8. Mr. Fox will contlnuo the busi- 12 50 p m Qakdale 10 45 a m 10 Mp m 5 30 am 7 30 a m 3Mp in ...... 05 a in ness at the old stand. Tfenty-eig- ht head C ISptu 8 2) am 825 am Chattanoo ga. 7 10 pm 12 50 am, 5 10 pm Birmingham 10 15 am of mules wero sold to Benjamin Bright at 1 39 am 9 52 I) in 911 pmi Eutaw 620 am 5 08 am' 12 30 am , 0 10 p m $G5 per head. 7 49 p ml 3 15 a m ..Meridian 10 40 p mi 7 35am'. 8 00 pm! 3 00 am' .... ...New Orleans Mr. W. T. West, a member of the gro 12 55 am'., .....Meridian 235 am eery firm of Weft Bros , was artisting in the 7 31p m .....Vlckaburg .. . 730a m' fi 45 pm'., . ....iJhroTeport. 8 15 a m removal of au old building laat week, when 7 10 p m u. -- T. V Junction . 7 60 a in tho gable end of the hoii'O fell on him crushing liim to the earth. It required the No. aleirei OiVdiloihlljeicipt Hiitvhy. :U 5 II a. t.( Arriving nt Chatlanoaji at 9.15. No. eflorle of four strong men to lift the timbers leaves Chattanooga at 3.09 p. m., arriving at Ojklals at 0 4) r. m. Mann BouJoIr BuQ'st Blexplng Cir on all through trains. ' from the unfortnnate gentleman, who susJOHN C. UATJLT, (Jen'l Manager, II roi.LBttAN, Qen'l Frt. A Ihj. Agt., tained severe injuries. His condition is re 11. CAItllOLr, Ocn'l BupL, K. X. KVAN, Asit. Gen'l Frt. A Past. Agent. garded as being very critical. W. W. WELLS, Huperintendcnt. Somenot, Ky. Circuit court couveccd Mon ay morn. (iencral OffiCM, Bt Paul liul! Jlng, West Fourth aire ', ( mc on.itl, Ohio. In?, with Judge Morrow and Attorney William Herndon at their posts. The improvements on the court room aro completed nnd one would hardly recognize it in BII3KSC1IANT TAILOIt, Us new drees. The charge to the grand jury was clear and forcible. The following I bare received and still receiving gentlemen compose the juries: Grand jury: D. R. Collier, foreman; Jerome Rubel, J. V. Cook, W A Mrbcrly.R. O McLean, Alex West, Sam Merryrn-- n, W. A. Beszley, Comprising the beat in the market, -- hlch will ba Davidson, Colby Jenkins, John R. Taylor, B. F. Slavin, W. A. Rose, John Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Hono in City or Country LAND. STOCK AND CROP Teater, R. Boyle, and John E. Anderson. tilve 31 e a Trial. The standing jury la made up as followt: . Hay and corn for sale. Eph Penning- J. N. Denny, J J Walker, Apsom Price, ton, l, Fifty tons of hay ready baled, for aale, Benj Lsar, W. E. Anderson, Ben Lea-elJ. B. Leavell, Cyrua Daly, W. P. Ruble, " John Bright, Stanford. Sixty firat claw feed era for Bale. Apply Jerry HIggine, Zich. Simpson, Eliaha Covington, J. O. Harding, Cyrua Eison, Jamea to W. M. Catron, at Nunnelley'a stable. clo- Guynn, Jamea Burnalde, Peter Spalnhower, have 100 bushels of home-ialee- d I ver teed for sale J. S. Murphy, Stanford, T. I. Herring, Joe Aldridge, Hiram Camp fir- - JKSr bell, Wm. Lear, Merrill Hardin and Ky. ;&$ fi u) jV& Thomps. Arnold. -- W. M. Catron y received by freight 100 head of cattle that be bought in VjiA MMpy.Sg A little lad who ia accustomed to say hia 1-W ( y vJFavH routhern Kentucky at 3 to 3 1 prtyera every night haa made it his eapec White A Cj., of Lexington, Ky., have ial petition for a week to aak for "pleasant been awarded the pool privileges at Lato-ni- a weather." Aa may be understood, the daiVyBK for the present year at tbeir bid of ly responses have not been very encourag -$53,750. ing to him, and when he got to thia point At a eale near Birdstown 500 bushels in hia little prayer lut night he stopped of corneold at 37J cenU; baled hay $7 25 ahort, opened his eyes and asked hie waita ton; atock hngs 3 and sheep at $3.50 a ing mother in a plaintive voice: "Mamma , ashead. Record. do you think God will say 'chestnut' if I The Union stock yards coat originally ask for that pleasant weather again? ' They pay now dividends on Proyidence Journal. $1,500,000. $14,000,000, of which amount 12,600,000 To Cure a Felon. A correspondent in are watered atock. u u. Uovei bought from varioua par in an exchange gives toe following: "If ties in Pula'ki and Carey GO head of mulea you ever endured the agony of a felon, you nppreciate the fact that it can bo cur from 3 to G yearj old for which he paid $70 will ed by woolen smoke. Place the woolen to per head. flower-po- t and put Foil Sale. A limited quantity of rags under an Inverted coals upon them, or set them oi fire some Welcome seed oats. One hundred bushela per acre haa been produced from this va- - other way, then hold the felon over the smoke and it will extract all tho pain," a NO. 5 CHAMPION, ricty. Wearen A Menefee. John W. Whipp bought nine head of This is worth cutting out nnd preserving. J. J. Porter's meeting at Owenton resulted In 40 additions to the Baptist and a number to tther churches. The increase in the membership of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, last year ia put down at 50,000. Rev. John Patterson, a prominent Presbyterian minister of Cambridge, Wis., who cut hla throat a week a.o with auicid al intent, ia dead. A new Baptist church ia to be built at Fourth and Oik, Louisville, at a coat of not leas than $75,000. J. B. McFerran beads ' the subscription list with $25,000. At the Baptist church there were one addition and ono conversion Sunday, The pastor, Rev. Percy G. Etaom, gratefully a handsome present from his church. Will preach next Sunday at 11 A. u.on the "Value of the Soul." We are glad to state that the old windows at the Methodist church are to be re placed with handsome stained glaw nnd the shape of them completely thanged. It will cot $250 and when completed the church will present a very inviting Interior. Rev. W. F. Jenkins, formerly pastor of the First Preebyteriun church in Danville, made a report to tho chuichea of Charleston, of hia recent visit to Northern citiea, in which they contributed $20,000 to aid in repairing tho damago which the Charleston churches have received in tho earthquake The official report of the secretary of the Mission, Mrs. H. W. Eldle Central Go-pman, ehowa that ita labora for 1880 resulted in 100 confessions, at a grow expenditure of $103 03; grn. receipta $142 35. The rent of tho building in which tho mission ia located ia donated. There are now ten ecrvices a week. It Is certainly the greatof gospel work in the world, to est bee-hi- ve be conducted by persona who receive no Louisville Democrat. salaries. el Lancaster, -- Mr. B. G. Mulllns bought of Mrs. . Hopper her residence on Laxinglon avenue for $1,800. Mr. Mulllns will take possession Fehnary Go3. Denny, Jr., of Lexington, and Wm, McKec Duncan, of Louisville, are in town to attend Circuit Court. Mr. W. G Dunlap, of the Danville lribune is in town. Mr. Charles Spillman, ono of our most prominent farmer who Uvea near Buena Vista, had an -- Hack of paralysis last week. His condition is reported as being very serious. D. R. (Jollier, dealer in dry goods, boots and shoes, made an assignment last Thursday to J. P. Sandlfer for tho benefit of his creditors. Liabilities $5,000 assets W-D- WALSH, THE TAILOE, 22 FOUIllU AVENUE, V x lt. LOUISVILLE!, P. S.-F- INE - . KY. GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxai Paclflo Hail way.) Shortest uiid Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. IN $2,600. I 1 H, G. H.UPX.X.'Sr, -- New Goods for Fall and Winter, n- Le-an- der a. ixj?i.3-r- PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOWIJJ a aM DJf-WaWM- a"a ys y v BVH9S v $1-1- We have much the largest stock and best 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. Goah-e-might- y mulea of William Chelf and Wm. Hen- Sunday work ia prohibited in all the dricks, of Roley, at $81 58 per head. Ho States cave California and Louisiana; buyhas been oflered $100 psr head for them. ing and eelling, opening stores, exposing for Yoeinite New.s. sale, Hre prohibited in all the State save That tho cuttle trade, unsatisfactory rb California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Lou trl-xrnn accni-- f nil it ia, iaia batter shape than a few weeks isianannd Ohio. b1,lM"U BUUUMUIVUU ... invftcMirnii ago, is evidenced by the fact that an occaSamuel J. Tilden's horsesi carriages sional good lot ia Hold at $5.50 ond thereaand cows were sold for $10,000. bouts at Chicago Lancasteii Court. About 300 cattle H ADYEBTIBEHEnTS. on market yesterday, about ono half sold. Pricts ranged from 2 to 3J centa. Hones Mulea from $100 to from $50 to $100. SITUATION WANTED $150. Crowd good and busiuca a little on Ryayoure lady, who holds a firat grade certithe look up. ficate and T competent to teach Music, either as or teacher. Add J. L, CASjell, one of our largest and governess Jouin-- Stanford,ma T. M. W., caro Ky. -L, INTKiion Doalor In- moit successful mule dealers, sold I. B, Granberry, of Tenn., 15 of tho smallest IA1MIJEK. yearling mulea in hia lot at $90 per head. I bale for aale all dlmentlona of seasoned yelB. B. Campbsll has bought a nice lot of low poplar framing materia 1. Contractors or parcattle, rather extra ties wishing to bay will find It to their Interest one and tocsllonmo. F.JtKMI. Hsrrodaburg Btanlord, Ky, quality, at $32 per head. Democrat. -- M. AT BBS. jas a OIVENS, Notary Public. Fancy Dress Rink and Ball. The rink will be onen for the last time & A Share or your Patronage Is very next Friday night tinder the auspices of the Gold and Silver Band. All those W, M. "WATERS, Salesman. 341 Fifth Street, to take part jmiliuly must appear in Admission including Rink fancy dreBS. - - 1CV. and Ball for gentlemen 50 cents; for ladies (193-- 1 y.) 3 and 5, Cromle Block. Rooms 25 cents. As tho proceeds are to go to the WATT COCHBAK. band they ought to receive a liberal pa- WOODWAtlACK, tronage. Following ia the 197-lm- o. 193-I- Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will find the Plow of all Plows for such work, they are almost iiidistrnctiblc. Wo have various kind of plows and at all kinds of prices. We can suit any one that will nimit mi. "V linvn V II ..ilvu..B...".M Sulky Plows we will sell at very low prices. V. n Tatc ! WEAKEN & MENEFEE. ,: JOE F. WATERS Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass-a- nd Queensware, Etc. Main. Street, - Stanford, Ky. Solicited. AYRES GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TOUI8VIIiIiE, M'ROBERTS, nrntrn. "V" Cliouilenlfl. PnlntH. Ollm MUSICAL 1 rnOGKA-M- K. WALLACE&COCHRAN, GENTS' FURNISHERS SI3, 4th Btrcot, Overture "Splinters," Grand mualcal imath Rolllnaon up, or the trials of a band leader Webb 8 Joys or Youth-Wa- lla 3 'Trolly Black kjh" Polka...FlU DoOolyer A triple Tonguo duet hx two of Kentucky's riling Comctliti. & STAGG, 'i LOUISVILLE, - - - KY. Opera House Block, -- i S dalop- -a Bercnadi-"Flet- No. int 1 Rlpl7 Dreamt"..,, tte CJalop-"Dan- 0 Katy 7 Darling-Quarte- Ripley DcGolyer Andante and dy" rettee Frankenfield 8 fidelity Q. 8 TAXES FOR 1SSG poa.tbly IK-If- ! Wall 1'uucr. BooliN, Stutlonery, Soups, rXJA.EIt8 IN Stanford, Ky. sica Maxwell, the villain who murdered Prel-le- r and then packed him In a trunk in St. Louis, still Hyes. There are people who think notwithstanding Maxwell that Le ought not to be- .- Dr. Woode. So many having responded to mv warning Isbu-e- d loiuetline ago, and aouianrothera appear to be makiogaucb an cOort todlacnarge tbeir taxes. I have concluded to extend tbe timo (or advertising Landi until tbo 8th day ol February thia, however, la positively tho latt extcualO'i.tliat I can , laming. . Perfumery, Wiues, Liquor Cigars, Tobaccos, UKlrnemenU, A'ocuet Cutlery, Sfachlu Fire A nun, -- Needle. aitc. J. X. .f KVKJ.'Kiv, Sbtrlfl Llncom County. Genuine O. Salts iiilSulk at Wholesale and retail. n yt .' -- rr- 5.;N?.".c.yS8 .! X- -l isjws-- .: "y Sewi-ffllttWBSnter- ior lonrnal AS A 'All SUNBEAM DRAWS THE DEW. AN HUNGRY CUSTOMERS. ANNOYANCE TO WHICH SOME TRADESMEN ARE SUBJECTED. DR. W. B. PENNY, fleer Stick to the Good Old Way. Sir. Jerry Young, of Oregon City, who ii x reader of a Western paper that make a pecialty of matrimonial adTertUement, determined to get married. The following ia the itory of Mr. Young's courtship: "Mr. Young advertised for a wife and among the answer was one from Annie Smith, dated New York. Annie said she wu a country girl from Connecticut; thai she was a lone orphan thirty six years old, and was tired of living alone. She inclosed a beautiful photograph which she said fair It represented her ravishing beauty. The correspondence grew interesting 'My Own,' 'Mr Sweet,' 'My Darlin,' 'Little Sweet heart,' and other tender expressions were scattered through the letters with lavih hand. Finally Jerry stut Annie $60 with which to pay her way to Oregon City, where the marriage would occur. In a few days Jerry received a letter stating that Annie htd started but had been taken sick at Uinghampton, New York. Two days later Annie wroto a brief letter which clou id by begging Jerry to 'come quick, delr husband.' On this letter was an indorte ment that Annie had given up the ghost. Bat Jerry did not 'come quick.' He changed his, advertisement, attached a new addreas and quietly fished for a new Annie. The first answer was in the handwriting ol the deceased Annie and the wording was exactly like Annie's first letter. The correspondence was then delivered to the United States postal authorities. The in festigatiou unearthed a regular swindling concern, conducted by a negro named Alex inder Searlee, who has a corps of aable assistants. Jerry's 'Annie' was found to be m black as the ace of spades. TLe swiu-dler- s were all captured and have been teat to Till the niornliiK xoon discloses Sunbeams mirrored In each heart; Till each heart Is wanned and lightened And It' aphe.ro of action heightened; All, tlio Uurt of hearts doth woo A a fliinbeam draws the dew. J tho ixstnls ottbe roses Trembling dedropi litJo apart, Htimtord, - DKNTI8T, - Ifonluolty, j8fc:y-- Thou, my sunbeam, warming, gleaming, Art the someone of my heart; With thy heav'n alluring beaming of thy joy Impart! To thy somewhere heaven toko me; thou hopest of mo mako mo; What to! my band and heart nro thlnoj In my heart, too, thou art mine. -- O. I Wilson In The Current. Continual rilferlng from tho Grocers' Kxpoed racknges of Fruit, Citndtos and NuU Hard to Ilraw ttie IJne. Ono Mnti'A I'lun. FLORAL GUIDE to erow ' tbem. where tin lieet MKKIM, I'MNTO. nnMIUI.lH can be procured. Willi rrlce of each. ThU book rnallei free en receipt of locenla, atni the 10 cents may bed-ductfrom the Oral order sent us. Lvery one Inter eated In a garden, or who detlrea good, freah seeds, euould bare Ibis work. W reftr to l million; wlia bare used our seeds. Buy only Vlck'a Heeds at Utal with illrwiloin Now reaily, eonbilns J Colored I'lalee. Iiun.lre.la of to (lar nearly ao peirra M '2rUnUV,!EM, lriilnaiid I lonrr lullure, and TLOWIM aaA of nearly all tbe lllu.lraled ii ' nil EFFECTS ON THE STAGE. A It ii ft .Scene Murine Moonlight Hippie Cnturncts. Tlio old and much abused effect of floating too shown In "Uualo Tom's Cabin," whero Eliza crosses tbo Ohio and avoids her pursuers, was originally ilono with set witters and old soap boxes thnt were mounted on rollers and pulled from sldotosMo by moans of ropes. Then tbo effect was bettered by h which covering these Iwxcs with a is a piece of ennvns painted in imitation of water At last a platform bung on heavy bolts with two small rockers was substituted nnd is still in uc. Tlio raft sceno In "Tlio World" was produced by having a man at each one of the entrances who kept blinking tho sea cloth whilo tho sceno was on. This was improved by having n number of Iwya kneel under tho cloth nnd glvo it motion by raising and lowering their shoulders. Then tho barrel lollcr camo Into use. This consists of n long cylindrical frnino covered with irregular shaped pieces of wood painted to reprvwmt n sen. Seernl of thoso rollerd used at ono time nre effective. They nro controlled by n man who sets them in motion by turning u crank. This idea ismed in tho sceno of tho old sluice house in "Alono in London." Tho hot marina or wnter effect Is secured by painting a sea and building a nuiiilier of wavtM eliptieal in form and fastening them together by mean of elastic bands. The) wave when set in motion from either sido of tho stago by means of n pulley nqo very delusive Tlio Iwach effect w hero tho tide Li seen to bo in motion that Is, whero tho water conies up to ttio shore nnd then only to return again in another wnvo is done by covering tho stago llrst with n sand cloth. Tlio cloth Is painted not only to look like sand but is sanded ns well. Over this is spread tho sea cloth attached to heavy and bags that hang underneath the stago by means of rotes thnt run through the floor. When tho cord holding tho sea cloth is released tho heavy sand bags draw It away from tho sot rocks nnd bonk, nnd as tho under ' part of the oa cloth Is also veil sanded tho swash of tho water is very nicely imitated. When the cloth has been drawn as far iu necrtwary the oiwrntor has but to pull it back again and then go over the sumo until tbo sceno Is done. This effect is axiwnsire. For moonlight ripples and shadows slashes oro cut In tho iwilnted waters behind which colored silken cloths are hung. Theso cloths nro sometimes spangled. The silken sheen showing through theso slashes produces a good effect. Waterfalls are producW by moans of an endless roller of cnnviw or by directing a stream of real water over a trestle fl.l.vl In with real stones and ferns and mashed In on either aid1) by set waters. Tho roller Idea is seldom seen nowadays. Tho difference between theso two systems can bo appreciated by those who can romembor tho original production of "The Cataract Of tho Ganges" and tbo spectacle of the "Black Crpolc." Philadelphia Item. llf-fe- et sea-clot- Floating loo Oae is that St is always better to negotiate for a wife in how-ve- r ferson, and the other is that the negro be under the South-irnsunthriftless he mar when translated north sometimes aecome) as shifty a yankee as any of them two morals. s, jail." This storr has "Ono of tho petty nuisance wo havo to suffer In our lino of 'justness," saldn Wnbasji avenuo grocer, "Ls the coutlnual pllforlngs from our counters from oxpotxl packagos of fruits, candies, nuts, etc., which our business compel us to display to mako them attractive. Ndw soo that old man with hla daughter coming in at the door. Ho is a regular customer and comes in almost overy evening. Reel No sooner does ho got through tho door than out goes his hand for n smnll bunch of grape. Thero is nothing surreptitious In tho net on his part, as you will notice. Ho evidently thinks ho does nothing wrong and unconsciously helps himself to n smnll handful of some enticing morsel which his palate tnkm a fnucy to almost overy ovenilig, in you scvi ho has just done. 'Llko father' liko son' will npply to tho daughter iLo, for there goes tho young lady, who is waiting for hrr rVither to mako his evening purchases, making nbcallno for tho candy counter, n small bit from ono tray nnd n dip into another, until tho entiro circuit of tho store is made. It is truo that what they have eaten is of small value, but during n wholo,day, with tho hundred. of citoinprs to wo hnvo going in and out, the amount of our losses in this very sauio way is much larger thnn you would "I stand in tills part of the store," said ono of the salesmen, "tho entiro day null havo tho very t opportunity for oWrving pooplo who 'lunch,' as wo term it. I'll glvo you an in.stancoof how severely wo suiter ut times from these seemingly unconscious' assimilations, jwlitcly speaking. Ono day last week, after leing moro than usually annoyed nt tho liberty token in this by way an elderly woman wit'i every npcarcueo of refinement and respectability, L resolved to test tho matter of these losses to my employer by placing a flvo pound bor of Tokny graes whero ovory ono coming in nnd going out must pass them. This I did in the morning its soon as tho store was opened, and by ii o'clock hi tho afternoon, I glvo you my word of honor, thero was not a singlo grape in that box! ngg-ega- OOee on Lancaster itreet, next door to Ibt-bjo- b Jours At. office. Office hours from 8 to 11 A. M.and I to or. af. Aneathetlca administered when .) nscoaaary. Ut grown, or ,M TIIK TlIOKOUHIIRKD suaiter. JA3I12 VJC'K, HKIUW.IIAN, Jtocbeeler, tt . Y. HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL RIARQmS OF ADELINE. Thla fine Hull wlllatand the teuton 'now com tuenctxt at my atnble on the Lancaster tl'lke, one half mile from H Unfold Court House. 1 tbo eeaaon, wlh the prl?llreol brordlnxtho row un. uuo wnen cow til theeow proret in tan. It nratterteil. tlrn Im Marnulaof Adellno a aire. lrtvd Apollo and Dui Imported bouthern lleau MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Fropr Thin Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ito High Roputation, POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tfflit powJr nTr Trlci. A msnl ol purll), strength ml wholMomeneM. 'More rronomleai than the oidlnsry klndt, and ran not bo (olJ competiton wlththn multitude of low tent .ibort weight alum or photphita portlr. BoMonlr In cant, iioTAi.iiAKini iowdks 10rt Wall HUt. New York ... ., supo" COMMERCIAL HOTEL! -- DYJ.W. ADAMS, . ln-s- McKINNEY KY. hr itjlo, Mainuta of Adllenu'a dam, Adeline, bet aire AN I) Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady eith er, ror lurmer imriicuiart at iu pruiivo aco u. It Propriotor is Determined thu P II. II. it Shall be tiecond to no Countrr Tlilalaa very fine young null iroiu a reiebrai. Hotel in the State in ito Fare, rd family ol mllkera IneliiJInc tho cow Ikibo, the xreairei oi ntr uay; ner owner ubt Appointments, or AttenWO for her. tion to Comfort of cattle have taken the The Holiteln-FreUla- n their Oneiti. lead aa tbo beet for the family, and a croaa with the bhorlhtrn rroducta a itrr One animal. 1 will buy all th male raltra ljotten by thla Haifzaire wlllbe conrejed to and from th i Hull at goto i I'C t dfiTtroi ai weaning lime, free or charge. Nerlal arrommodatt oai IP. II. 3M.I.VM. to Commercial Trarelers. The liar rf III ISO-- tl f taufjrd, Kjr. alwars tapplied wllh the choicest braadsofLUiors aid Cliara. and mike only bioJerttechnrgti. a oa lie ruid for yctri I As 1 hro know tbe wanti o( trarellnf men, anJ I will mako 1 It to their Interest to atop with me. jr. I htTs Utfly purchavsl ttli faotel .nnd nude many ImproremenU In ll. I Intend to kwptrrTthlng In flnt-cl- retrl 1SG-- L.&N. Louisvillo & -- KENTUCKY CENTRAL H. I Nashville E. R. - TIIK UKKAT- "illiioGruKfi ItuiKe." Shortest and Qoiokest Baato from Oen tral Eentuokj to oil Pointa Horth, East, West and Southwoat. Faat Lint Between TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Thlalatoctrtlf I THROUGH TRUNK LINii TO TIIK HARD TO DHAW THE I.tNE. itself. Who knows w hat spirit, what one tho genii, what cahalistically command sprite is shut np in tho fiery depths of tho ruby, with Ha purplo blue corners, of tho pigeon blood tinge, in tho heavenly color and brilliancy of tho aappbirc, in the sea green water depths of emerald or beryl? Thero Is always o fascination in its sirkle, both when wo wear it nnd see another wear it, or when wo lift it from its dark hiding placo in tho casket whero wo keep it, as it look3 up at us with its lidless, deathless glanco A Hois Composition. of beauty. But a bit of glass, however prettily colored what spirit is thero in that, "At a recent meeting of the Old Seminafollowing on a made by a man, according to n formula ry boys at Indianapolis, the what iell can tho mo-- t vivid imagination sheet of paper was produced coajuro up in its ray what mystery lurks ind read as a composition of half a century In a thing that any clown can put togther? ago, the author being at that time of the Nothing of the jKoticnl or romantic attaches to tho wearing of the colored glass, tho tender age oi ten year: 'A Eigle end gem mere lovo of show and glitter und lion A eagle and lion is the king of birds ostentation enter into that. Ilaqwr's Baznr. lad beasts They is two (sine? of eagle, the JIimIJphIcu's Tower of Cliariiclcrlatliin. YU eagle and the gole. There was wuuet Count Hozenta tells nil interring story a go!e eag'e bere on a atewebjte and I taw of tho wonderlul jiowers cf character imper) it. Nat (.'ox killed a ball eagle at the ford sonation that liiswifo (the charming jvk." ' .. It was in Poland nnd on tother day. They bill thare nes on the hunting parties. j4ot ol the Aligaue tuountanes, fur Join tho or.b n of ono of many to tinien, according At tj custom, tho told me so, out of shinny club, I huliurt joined tho gcutlenv'U at noonday nt n Uder e settled rendezvous. While ull wero waiting Tvish they was a nes on Nolb'a hill to rood git club esy. Wunce a bill ugth for lime. Modjobkn, who had been delayed, un old Kasant nomnti, in clumsy sabots and took a boy to its nei in pants, and its papa with her hiiudi rolled up timidly in her ini ultima ran up thare and fouu him apron, camo to the party and in a mournful kneckin the young eagles about, with a tono related tho btory of her woes. Her only pig for tihinny club and waorain for jay. And on had bcvii put in tho pound so trespass another's projerty. Bho was jvrsistent about a eagle. Now I will tell In her ilemauds for aid thnt tho count's Ms is all you about a lion. Bufiin says a lion kin kill brother Iweanie angry und ordered the conch-ma- n to drag her awny. Just as tho man a lefant with his pa, and kin ete anything was about to carry out tho order tlio old lion will ete aptinjun rubber wax. A woman throw herself into her brother-in-law'- s anybody leas hit name is dannel. I wiebt arms and laughingly disclosed licr they had cald me dannel, then Ike Kcj'h Identity. Sho had completely fooled overy ono who tho party except log lion cuddent bite me and that is all wu.1 in tho secret, and ho her husband, suro himself isn't in " about a lion.' but that ho would havobecu taken in had ho Uh!ii ignorant of tho 6ch-.nBoston Jourdollar.) worth of lots nal. List week a million Jetwiea Chattanooga and Missionary Ridge Tliotn Itlttslull Cup. thanged hands and all other property ad The Russian sleighing cap with long go-raced 100 per cent. Sptculators are may bo comfortable for tho frozen there and spending their money in a creatures who need it, but it is painfully Kitzjy Stone, of unlKoonilng. Tho truth is thnt iiny uoimm srodigioui mannner. who is well cnoirgh to tako n s! kIi at invested $30,000 there a few all in thU cllmute will not need to have her Osorgetown, lays ago. ears tightly covered whilo she Is doing it, and it U not jersons onjijwlkd to t. '. b,ig boom Henry Orady'a Vice Presidential drives whowear theso Russian pi of moving along majestically until it re uglineiis, but ftpollod d.irlings who 'o iot ' r. cambered that Grady said in introducing remain out of tho house more than i ;i Detroit i'Veo Tross. "This 3cQ Davis to an Atlanta audience: of FusliloimUlo ambition now Iii.is low mil the greatest day since the resurrection Anp.rtu leto "writing for tho tbriat." Then it lucked Us tail and took create tall; 111U magazines."of lpj-hi, to some ciijm Ex. woods. the thoooclal brim. Chicago Ilor&ld. iirae-etaiced Mod-jeskap. enr-piecg The James of Women. Give your daughter but one name in iaptism. She will be perfectly content with it. Her lover never requires, novir tttes more than one of her names, if she bas halfadcten. In the height of bis tenderness be never exclaims, "Amelia Jane, some to my arm.!" He simply extends his arms and cries, "Amelia!" When the girl Barries let her always keep her surname, Utea Whenever we tee a woman's name we shall know whether she is -- married or single and if she U married we shall know what her family name is. If she his earn-o- d a reputation a a writer or a doctor or a L.L.D. as Mary Brown, ho will carry that with her as Mary Brown Johnson; and in all cases there will be spared an infinite to who abe amount of talk and inquiry waa before she was married. The system ' essential to the "cause" of Borneo. It May be said that it lacks perfection in two respect; we could not tell from the three aames whether the bearer of them might not be a widow and it makes no provision lor a second marriage. Tneae are delicate locations. Id regard to the first, it is no body's business to know whether the wo van ib or is not a widow, unless she choses to make that act prominent, and then she ijm ways enough to emphwiu it. And in the second place, it does not at all matter what becomes of the name of the first hus kand. It is the woman's identity that ia preserved. And she can not be required to et up mile stones all along her life. New Orleans States. u The Cliarni of Wearing Genu. One of tho charms of wearing a gem is a consciousness of its indestructibility, its permanency, nnd, if ono may say so, of its tho mystery of nature's methods in its slow crystallization in dark telluric dopths, of tho glanco of imprisoned powers shut up within its walls, n remembranco of tho vaguo old idea of their potency all this and more, to many minds, has as much force as tho inherent beauty of the thing ir-sonallty store, where the counters are ornamented in profusion with delicacies in and out of seavsn, pretty much the same was mado although no lastructlons had been given salesmen to lerueu tho annoyance. ThU proprietor smiled dryly In conversing with a reporter on tlio topic and finally said: "Ono of my experiences with tho 'luhch' business, as wo call It, was nt our cracker and cheese, counter. For a long timo wo had our dairy department in an out of the way place in tho store, and near by were the cracker Iwxen and barrels. On several occasons during tho middle of the day I had frequently stood almost directly over this spot and could easily sco tho movements of overj one In tho store Now it might sound absurd for mo to say that a busiueM man nnd neighbor would come Into my ploco and go directly to that chee-- j counter and cracker barrel and h:lp himself to a midday lunch, but It is a fact nevertheless, com-plai- ever." At another to our manager und told him of my oxeriemv, and ho gave strict instructions to call tho attention of any ono who O. . IlMCHAItn, was seen taking such liberties to tho fact President Lincoln Land Co. that tho goods wero exposed for sale, nnd New Vork.lHc II. IMS, IM. wero not samples for gratuitous distribution, as they seemed to think. Wo wero also given to understand thnt if we did this our conduct would meet with tho support and encouragement of the proprie tor. Still, with tlitwi mles we must draw There cams to mr farm near Iluttsalllt a roan tho line somewhore, nnd it is hard to tell itur wlib one born diooiU, about tbe 13th' of ' cUllr '" Theoirnrcaoget hlra br calling lust where to do so; wo hnvo customers whoso trndo is very profitable, and wore we '.J. It. tteKIMIKY. McKlnney, Ky. to speak to them of such an action as a liberty taken, nnd oven In tho most respectKollowlng la thripprabieuient before tbe Maful manner reprove them they would bo gistrate: I'eraonally appeared tefnra me, a Juitlca of the offended beyond our ability to explain tho (I. Uoterand Peace, J. T. Gover and reason of our doing so and wo should certain- that tbe atrer me tljnedH.abore, baa txenmade oathd examlD-ely loso their trade and tbelr goxl will forbytbamand they fix lla talueat 125. "I went that Mr. Jacob Ottenhclmer no loogcr conntctcd with tbs Lincoln Land Co., that he la not authorized to contract lor the Company, or rrcttre money for the aam, or to Incur any obligation la the name ol the Company, or In any way to art or th tame. SOUTH & WEST WITU LEII.GTO aoimi-faca- A VISVIXXA'VI KchMuls In Effect May l, lUfi. r" No. Dally Ex. Hun Pullman Pajaco Sleepers, IjOUihtIIIo Vo.t, Ex. Hun. .. 8 10 V Vo. !' STIM1 STJEEU to NiiNhtllle, McmplilN, Atliintn, MeutgoHierjr. Little Uotk. Hud Xcw Orleauu. Ishilu Only one change to points In am I lOpmi 1 M pta llpnl S S3 p a am 10 llpn.1 4 U p m ii am 10 SOpu ft 19 p Ii tu p mill ljpru e 10 p nt LTe, 1'arta I.JII to am 10 It pmi 571 pa An. Wlncheeter ..11 30 pmiii 20 pn t p m " 10 a to 1.1 Le. Ootlnfloa.. " Kalmouth .... " Cynthlana.. Arr. rarla...... ' Leilrgtoa.. 10 11 ., Lt. Arr. " lncaeUt. ...l07pinL... " Htantord 00ptaU.. .. Ulchruoud. Illchmond.. ,' -- I SO p m 1..... 7 IS . ! Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS tkoUng homea on the line of thla road will recalls special rates. Agents ar8ewrit. of lb! Company tor rates, route , er Ac-p inlonE 0. p. AT. A. LouUtIIU, tii " Bere... Llrlnpton.. HOBTK-FOCII- JWpia .5 iam....... NO. t No. II No. I St. JOUN BA1LKV. J..1'. L. C. Arr. Itlchmand .. ftowland Lt. Lancaater ... " M Arr. tUchaond Lt. LI Tints tan ' Bere Mam 11 Ma Lt. llleht&ond w Arr. Wlncbeater.. Arr Iarl Lt. Leilogton ". I M Hal... 8 II am' -.- .r.II 00 am ....... , 1 .... a -- ,J. 01ai 18S7. 00 iiivpa 7lot ai 1 to pa ai 10 p ra r ilpn Sipm HARPER'S MAGAZINE IIiIiTTS,r22.A.a?BID. i.t rant ....... " Cynlhlana... " Kalmcrath ...... ArrOoTlnicton .;- put luptii Ma mi J II pm hs mi pta p m a 4 47 I 45 1 M p m p m 00 P sail 7 M a mi 1 so A 40 a 4 17 10 00 6 10 a mL I BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment OXT2S.33S Sciatica, Lumbago, Ecratchci, Contracted Mntclei, HATAVII.I.B BKANVH. tfu 01, Vo, U ' Dally Iall7 Ex. Hun. Ux, bua 2 00 pta 7 33 a mi 4 38 p 8 IS a tui 8 JO 8 40 a ml 8 U pta 9 01 a mi 6 01 m i- .9 a in 10 0 7 40 I put a stop to it by moving thero articles to other phves w bore by n different arrangement this sponging could not be continued Well it without being downright theft would havo lnvn worth it neck's salary to you to have wniched thnt counter with inn tho following day. They wuno In singly nnd by pairs shortly after - o'eloek and on reaching their accustomed haunts n loo": of blank nstoni uncnt wns depicted on their countennnees nt tbo metamorphosis of that I was almost afraid it particular would be iif ttaiuiry to take their ante mortem stat"ieiit before thy could leave my ono man do it, but during the course of a week when I was in terested in tho eheekiness of the lilwrty taken with my goods, leyond my pecuniary loss therefrom, I watched that juirticulnr locality moro closely tlmn usual. Relievo mo I saw no f tlian flvo men come to thnt counter and help theuuelves every day until le-t- "And not only did tut a srof to it. , i Harper's Maetiln durlns; IMC w.ll eonlaln a not el ol Intense political, acclal, and romantic InNoaru-BooHterest, entitled Narka" a story of llutilan life by Kathleen O'Meara; a new DOTel, "entitled "April Hopes," by W. I). HowilU; CbTlngton.. tjketcbee," by Cbarlra Dudley Warner, and Lt" Islington. ltebecca Harding Darte, llluatraled by William " Tarts Hamilton Ultpeon; "Ureal American Industrie" Arr Mlllertbuig cmtlnued "hoclal Studies." by Ir. 11. T. Kly, " Carllila... lurtber artltlea on tbe Hallway Troblem by com" Johnson... petent wrltera; new eerlet of lllnstratlona by K. A. " MaytTUIe. Abbey and Alfrrd I'araons; articles by K. 1. l'.o, aad other attractions BOUTII-UoiTS- pu u .'"V l am Ilk pa N6. PER TKAa. -- ! Lre UayaTllle.... 00 Harrxr'aM.igiilno..... " Johnton... " Carlltle . Harper'e Basar 11 Mllleraburc . 2 W Harper's Younn People.......... Arr Iarle ... " Ieilrgton. ... Harr'a Kranklyn tuaro Library one year 10 10 "CiTlnUin .... (32 numbert).. Harper's Hand Andy fckrles' one year (5 H 00 Numben) Ex. Sun. Ki. Hun 00 -- ihiIt ST ii Ul f"Xb7Si niu Harer's Weekly a nil J 7 4 a mi 3 ' 8 10 a ml S ...... 9 OS a m 8 ..lll Ma ra fi .1 ( lUinllUnn a pu 1 37 21 p 60 IS p m 10 p 00 jn k tin u Spralni, Strains, Stitches, i Rheumatism, Bttrnii Scalds, SUngs, Bites, Eruptions, Hoor All, Screw Worms, Swlnnev, Saddlo Q alb, PUcs. STAND-BY StiffJolnts, Backache, i3alljf Sores, Spavin Crnclu. aad Canada. Tiistaire free to ;'! mbsertbera In .tbe Ualted Braises, Bunions, Corns, it. THIS COOD OLD "Do you lia o any other similar anno iinees in your business'' was "Will yes, thero Is ono other, but it is far moro sellout., and I hardly should sjieak of The llouiMiront'edaUforKeneralfanillyue. men. sales requires tho The Cnnntcr nMsIa It for hla toarai and hli work it. Our systfln nf Tho Mechanic needs It always ou bis purchaser to pay for Ids articles at n cashier's dttk on going out. Wu have, in some cases, tcncb. emersenry. cuight jieople tiylug to leuvo the store with j Tho Mlncrnccdaltlncaeeof It. The not occur very freait settling, but It tloos The I'arinrr necdi It In hit houeo, his liable. iDMKn-.i-biquently, as our salesmen are made , and bU stock )ard. for their checks and it is their duty to Thr Stcnmbnnl mini or tlio Hiinlinnii need! see their checks nro presented to tho cashier Itln liberal aupplynltoat nnd nahore. for iNiymeiit, but of coui-s- during the buy needs It It It bit Tho ilorae-funcl. Uasinew friend and safest reliance. hours of the day this Is Is very good with us just now nnd will bo needs It- -It will aave him r The until lifter tho holidays. "Chicago Tribune. tbouaanda of dollars and a world of trouble l'loueeriiceilalt-can'tRCtalongwIthout I ur luipn-vdbloHtocU-srowc- store." accompllihcs for cTcrjbody exactly what Is claimed forlt. One of the rcajons for tho (treat roiulbrlty of tbo Muttan? Llnlrornt la found In lit unlvcrenl applicability. J'.Torybodyneedi audi a medicine, The Iiuuibermnu nceda it In caso of accident. begin w'lh the rue to'u nes of tin MijixIh Numbeia fer June and IlcmlKir u chvMr Wbvn no time la rpM'llied, tuUrrlptlena will begin of wllh tbo dumber rurrenl at lima of nci-lp- t older. Itaund Vtihuarsof Htrii' Magea'n, fur Ihrr-yeaa hick, in neat clelb blndlnit, "III be acnt by umll, KMlpll, on recilpt of 8U per TObiiae mall, for bludln, M tenia eucn-- by Clolu IKxtpald to Harper'e Magtalne. Alpbabetlcil, AnIndex lo TO, alytical, and Clawlfii! lur Voluiuia Iro.u June, 1UH, tu J nee, 1835. ono ml., 1 1.00. Cloth. Itemltuncra shots d be wade by PotUjllUo Money Order or Draft, lo avoid thaii- - uf Intt Newspapers aro nut to eopt thla tdTertlsemenl without tlieexiriae order of llirper A Brwlberi. NEWPORT Address HAItrr.lt A llltOlllr.llS, New Vtrk r., 1 8, tare dally tet ween and Clnclnnall; other tralor are made at Wlncneatar with Cheaainake A Ohio lor Ml Merlin. Aebland Huntlr.rfton, Charleston, W. Va and lCattirn ctt. Ice. S and 4 run Tla ''as Wlnchteler Kolld Tralnt. with I'l llm.n Hlnir.. Cincinnati mij.1 Itichmoad, Va., aud nincbeaUi and Uathlnglor, ll, C. inrougn uckela an-- l Lacj'e chwked to an' ilettlnatloti reacbe.1 by rallioad. For lull rrlltulara, rail on ar,y aieiil Df ik, company, or a t. ll. mijimk, A.IEhLHV. Han.raM. Agmt, Trar. I'm. Agent, UiTlngton. Kr. K II. K. llUNTl.Nt.TDN' HecrltiT.Unlotton ' Unueral liltlcn, t'urliigiou, Ky t.OTK.-Tralns3and awdally except hunday, Ixlngtou llrt conn-rtlon- .? ' Not. r... i.ull. l. Ml I MISSISSIPPI VALLEV THE ht THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y- GHESAPEflKE&JHIO ROUTE Kuuliickj'H ICuiilc -- I:hm I iti i - Tiny toboggans now "dangle from the Iurge vus in tVo hall nix !:;. t i. r Jangle" worn by the progressive girl of the elated by tho parlor maid, who i.- -. '.i i ( i catch-alU- . jeriod and toboggan note paper and envei-rje- a haye appeared in time to be mixed up Tho tto of complexion balm guaiuntei-- s tho wont po&lblo looking fuco in tlio end. situ the crate of the hour. --- The NewMpiiper tsm .Vlieml. ill a Imx at Dniry Lnne wero Friiico Alexainler of llulgnria with his brother, Henry, tho proud und happy father, nnd (Sen. Duplat, tho queen's chief In connection with the arrival of the princes thero was an Incident calculated to fire with prido tho heart of English newspaper men. Tlio princes arrived almost at tho same iustnut with hlowitz, tho Paris corresjioiideiit of Tho Times. Tho question wn, whom the management should most delight to honor It took Manager Augustus Harris only a second to decide thnt his bread was buttered on the nuwspaicr side. So, when the priwe.s demanded tho royal lox ns their right it was sorrowfully announced that tho lxx was engaged. Bo a newspniwr man snt iu the ruyal box directly above the heads of the pilncos, who wero obliged to content themselves with 3 littlo Ihix on a level with the stage. Hut tho princes had their hour of triumph, too, for tho Ikix Into which they were shown lmd been bought and paid for by Hanker Mr. Rothschild, who fuibsl to recog-ntz- o tho dignitaries, wanted to turn tlnin out when ho arrived, Imt ho wni squekhed in splto of his millions,. nnd later ho supinsl happily with UUivitz und l'rincu Ibrahim of KgJlit in ITarrls' snug olllce. Tim Argon, nut. Ilnth-i-chil- Tho Itallroadinauneodaltandwlllneedltao Ions at his life Ii a round of accidents and dangers. The llnclnvoodaiiinti needs It. Thero Is noth lngllko It 04 an antidote for tho dangers to llfu. KOU Ul'3ara?'!crS xVTW'l fMiiSaaiJhxaaBnBeav flPfE; X3B leHkS? V Pa WnshinRlorj, rhiladolphia Now York. Tlioouly line mniiliu and ' economy. , limb and comfort which surround tbo pioneer. The Merchant needs It about his atoro among hla employee. Accidents will happen, and when theso come the Mustang Liniment Is wanted at once. Keepu Ilottlclutho lloinc. 'TIs the best of IW&aHll3Uiajr sKejKf itMiMan m:v .si,i:i:nx(j lAK al5eV',5fi-Z.'Wk- Keepallottlelnlliol'nctory. Itslmmcdlate uto In case of accident aavos pain and loss of wage a uso when wnnted. iMBjjk A SOLID TJRAIW VROX Keep a Uottlo Alwnywlii tlio Hlnble for M Louirille, Oinoinnati & PIBaiavaaJfl Cnrt CI UrdoolkjUi. fcjETi ChwhtlCj. pSk ClnclnntU.aVaBM lObloJW HVi.toKo. -- tgm bimiiMl an laefl w waairlcwK. aMe.aa.leiy Aleelt A- - vouillattliel. Itm tjr Lnuntoui(.itnoiilvl ,V UI? ,0,', """' '" ia i: we rrdlltty -- eroTim.nl Interior Journal UI'ANICOHD, KV. I.I.L, v. nUo. s. W. P. WALTON, Is published Pro'r. Tbo Direct Itoiito to Lynchburg, DariTllIe, Norfolk and nil Virginia and North Carolina I'olnta. ForUckets and lurtbor Inlormatlon, apply to your nenreat ticket offlco or addrets W. too, (Jonoral Agent, Ixln;t(.n,Ky. Fast TrainB for Now York, Connecting In tbo uiuu to Washington Uity, Lexington, Ky. deui with Ja. . L "QU Aaj'i 2d CTery Tuesday and Krlday at tbe low price of 5ltbjntujsiti. Ice I'icsldeut. Uen'l 1JiiltTllle, Uy. fjKE F RUVIf M...A TWO IIOfsIsAKM I'EB YEAR. PENNYROYAL PILLS ENGLISH." Tli 4rlKliinl anil Only Clciiuhii-- . y'mt.'",,'.l',"!i,rC. c"?" frthle.. NAME PAPER. 1 heeler tt0llSI..,.,Ngure,riIUid-,i'e1.r'iVlIiier!,-"..c,,-'r U irc.yr ky. . low .... ! i. Stgnor Maine Antonio Cauinl, ot Venice, Juuguagis. can siwik lluently ninoty-thrco . ''I'.'. I tm t . JOB K 'KTOTE33SL -- Ol' ALL CLASSKa la.. . I")U Noatl,y and Chonply Exooutod. '"' iViih, ul 1'IIU ' 1k i'JS," For sale by Dr. M.L. IIOURNE, Htsnford. "'"" r) , J