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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887012801 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. Jfetttt Weekln & VOL. XIV. GEORGE O. BARNES PttbUHhed STiioif aw and -- AT is? nhtwt mftial NO. 198. NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF THE STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1887. folds in every direction as I go on to tell what I already know. The "side lights" are all gleaming on the "narrow path" ahead, and one must advance to get into their radiant track. To sit still is to miss them all. To "know the LOUD" is to "follow on." Every day, almost, every hour, the light shines "more and more unto the perfect dawn " And it is such a joy to know you are on the right track at last. Praise the LOUD! Of course, everybody thinks the same. Where they are that is the right place, And I know I must wait for ''the day to declare it." Hut I reit no as never before, in life, and "wait patiently for M7 ITERHON. ROCKCASTLE COUtnr. II. K. TAYLOR, Of LOGAN COUNPY. tO thADfmrvT4ttn -- - Frldaw Q0D IS IS LOVE And NOTHING ELBE 83 I'EnANNUM, CAHIX. nd.rttood If we credit thatlJ.30 will b. pctel and demanded. I'llAISE Dbau TIXJ3 X.O!ir. GnEENWooit.MiAS., Jan. 21, '87. Inteuioh. Uoth town and county are named after the great Choctaw chief -Greenwooy L Flore whose family man. W. P. WALTONlion, Malmaison, still stands, eight miles away. As the name indicates there was a dash of French blood in him, and he was A Stanford Bor in thi South. educated 1n Paris, but choeen chief of the To the Editor of the Interior Journal Atlanta, Qa., January 23. Thinking Choctaws nt an eariv age, he was thoroughou!d liko to ly identified with his people, till their rethat oomo ol your reader hear froa the South, I will write a moval to the Indian Territory, when he nhart letter, I have jut returned front n choe to remain eant of the Mississippi, In trip through he southern itut of Georgia, building Malmaison he spared neither whero I found real oUta the topic every- palm nor money, and tried to copy, on a Lndn are adranclnic rtpldlyj small scale, the grandeur of the palace of where. day eooie now town if boomed and theeldtr hapoleon, A large part of the crery put on ttio market for Hale. I learned lhl furniture was imported and the establishmornlnit of the Stanford Land Company, ment remains still a relic of not wholly de I have in parted magnificence; shown to visitors with who bought In Annistown, Ala are a commendable pride by the direct descend and find thtt the quired for Ilirmtnuham. ants of the great chief. He died only 20 Kood for AnnUtoo a Chattanooga hai a bl; baom on now and years ago. lie was a Union man and main you are acconted on every corner by real ei tained his unpopular position with dogged (he tile acentu to know If you want to buy ami inflexible courage throughout lands. Not only large buyer are there, struggle; frequently threatened and in perbut even the negroM are speculating. 1 il, but ever answering bis enraged fellow saw a Cincinnati Southern conductor, who citixsns, "x'ou may kill me, but you can't made $5,000 the day I i there. I am scare rm ; living or dead, I am loyal." Ilia told that in Birmingham it i worte than first wife was a daughter of Ross, the equal Chattanooga The hotels are crowded be ly famous Cherokee chic'. His last put yond their capacity. Saw a ne,jro in Chat ner, a most estimable white lady, still sur tanooga who ia waiter at Kead'e ITotel who vivesand is the hospitable mistreat of Mai bsught a lot iOffle time ago for $300 and maioon. I believe his sons by the first marwai cffel $0,600 for it a few day since riage hold their position with the tribe, Amuux the latent towni entering the real west of the Mississippi. A good many stories are told of the old estate boom are Home, Qa., Decatur, Sel ma, AnnlMoo, South IMtaburgh, Ala. I chief, who was in his day a very prominent end you an Atlanta Oimtitutton, which baa figure in these parts. He even dared to a lengthy article on the hiatorr of AonUton, beard "Old Hickori" on one ;occasiou, which you can give to the Stanford Land when an Indian agent, appointed by the President, Incurred the wrath of the head Company, Here in Atlanta a Stanford person feela of the Choctaws for slipptry dealing with at home, m many of Lincoln' atock tradera tne trtbe. Ureen wood Ls More posted to are here. I have met C. K. and Ksbt. II Washington, interviewed President Jackson Crow, M N. DePauw, Jim Walker Givena, and demanded his removal forthwith. The George Miller Ulveni, Mijor Stlgtll, Clark old General, nettled by the Imperious ways of the Choctaw chief, refused, and in moat Caah and Mr. Gover, positive terms endorsed the honesty of his The malt mat kit ia very dull, there being over 1.600 in the yard.. 1'ricea agent. At last, wishing to put an end to are low. The Uadtra eeem to think prlcca the controversy, the President rote to his will advance next wtek, at they think the feet and lifting bis long finger in an embulk of mulea for Atlanta are now on the phatic way, said: "I, General Jackson, market. rraidentof the United Slates, tell you The Kimball Houee ia the finest hotel in that Mr. Martin is an honest man." Le the South, and deserve the high reputation Flora sprang to bis feel, also, and facing the it he won among the traveling public old warrior with a face as unquailing u his The Kimball ie getting to be quite a winter own, answered: "And I, Greenwood Le ruort. Flore, chief of the Choctaws, tell General Prohibition it a dead letter here, for you Jackson, President of the United States, on every turn can Gad domestic wine-roothat he is liar!" The Icgtod adds that you make. If you want whisky you call tht Indian chief carried hii point. Old forGarrick;if you want beer you call for Hickory admired "pure grit" in any one. Cincinnati. If you call for a drink by iU On another occasion, when the chief was r will tell you right name the serving in the State Senate, a ilowery speak"We do not veil that, but wa aell 'this' and er made voluminous classical quotations, 'thai' " etc, wLich U exactly what vou call till the old man's patience becoming el for. be rose to a point of order and The weather hai been dollghtful, and I asked the presiding officer to compel the winter clothing feela uncomfortable, orator to confine himself to "plain United leave thta afternoou for TenneMee. J. T. C. States language " The president ruled that a speaker had the option of chosing The hvpocraay and Insincerity of the re his own style of language in nddreasing the publican parly were never wore conspicuSenate. When (iictnwood Le FJore rose ously exhibited than in the cise of Mr to reply, he treated the astounded audience Jamr ( M ttlhewf, of thi city, nominated to some eloquent remarks, couched lit pure t by Petlili-nCleveland for Kejistrar of Choctow, and extending over half an hour. Dtedn of the District of Columbia, rejected He was buried, by his own request, near the Senate and reported ndveiaely once his ftmily uitnsion, We are invited to go fort, Hinl titar. Tliert) i no iretenc that Mr Matthew dot not jHvje, to an there this week, if we can unu tgu it, Home morning eminent decree, the qualiticitioim necessary Saturday our charmicg soother broke up for tliul ofliee. In that respect he ia te fill in n fearful rain storm, tint prevented lycijUipped a hie predeewnor. The rea uieetingn, nficrnoon and night. A Misirs. mi aiKnid fof hi rejection by tlicee wlin wire blunt unoiigh ipni rain b gjars description. I; beats it H Sjiiatotx that Mr. Mat downpour in the Hiuialavai during the to blurt out the tr.ilh It rains moro drops to the therH if a colored democrat. A negro who rainy reason, ever. wear the badje of political iff q litre inch anil rains them fuster than in ihr.tnfrf to country 1 have yel visited. It poured for vitude preocribed by the republican parly, any abjut 12 hours, continuously, pnttinj; this nnd Urea nther to thoeo who tniko leas under wMer; Ibi'im; the plank profe'4io's utid until turn mote privileges tlit country sidewalks and giving us a little iden o' an a larger hIi ire of justice, becomes an and When that oo'tirs, however, the of the deepest dye in the eyes of the oveifhw and skills, United States Senate. people gt around in dug-ourepuh'ipvn of the ihort t me Mr Mitthcwi hai All the ho i! "oa in town are perched upon Uiim the r piles, ostensibly above mark, been tidminiiterint,' the duties ol the office, which, however, is rather a "variable hti hw idiawn marked ability, gentlemanly quantity" in Greenwood, for although our cour'i'r and administrative tact 11a bin boarding house is thus elevated to the or himtelf very popul.tr and bn earned made tl. rli.x height, there is an ominous streak the re'pect Mid admiration o( the lawyerB ruunlng which indiour and bttiduen men, Irrespective of politics, occasion to tr.tnrftct buinesa cates thai the witar has been in it about IS wh h tvp had The lefurou and clanged he inches deep at some previous period. in h The Southern typo of hai male in the office have liejn noted with prevails Ooe story, Ion); fronts, wide veand it i generally muked approval, high, airy the entire lod that he it a decided improve randahs pleasant length, and but fesrful-lrooms, in hot weather, Argus. went on Fred DotigUi".-Alb- anv exposed" in the blizzards we have had Tne board of town trustee held a meet this year. Verandah they call "galleries" no Friday morning and grunting saloon IN hereaway. They tell a story on Lote at cense to Gentry Campbell and Otto Fischer his first arrival: "Will you sit on the gal-- Are opened lery, Brother Uarne-?- " aai I his host. "No, at $300 each, and their saloon to the public. On Monday night, in view I believo I'll take a seat out on the porch," pubwar the unsophisticated reply. of the fact that the regular terms of the oxplre this week, the board W'i are invited, right and left, by the lic echo d will appropriated $350 to th whito and $150 hospitable people, and we to the olore.1 schools of the town for their visit a great deal; though contrary to my conitnuatici three rannthfl longer. Tim, usual habit. I have to relax rules now big t license is on top; the consumers of and then. Tho precious gosprl in waking BplnUuutl.quoM piy for educating the its way beautifully in many hearts. My children of the towtt and the present board heaWx a'k questions freely and I encour-n- a iheui io doso. The dear LOUD gives of trustee deserve the pra'ee of every good me the right answers, when I don't precitUa -- Midway Clippei. If I do, I generally meditate the ro8ponsa Neither Louisville nor Ciucti natl will fail, I can not tell you how the truth un firpo'iiiont thi Tetr. pro-pfC- ta 1 ts high-watebed-roohouse-buildiny' kind-hearte- HIM." I am longing to get back lo Kentucky to tell what I have learned since I left there, to those who nlretdy believed a part of what tho dear LOUD has taught me. To sit a pupil in the "school of grace" and learn fresh le.'Hons every day, what a life of increasing joy it u We had the unexpected pleasure of a vis it from our cousins Hebar and Mary Craft last Friday, preceded by one from their on ly son, Hugh, who stumbled across the troupe while on a business trip, earlier in the week. Our dear relations only remained 2 (hours, but it led to an invitation to visit them and hold a meeting at McComb, Pike county, this State. They are only 100 miles above New Orleans and we may go to that city, and then work our way northwards as the warm weather compete. But we have no plan about it. We expect to leave Greenwood for McComb next Friday. This is Monday. We are all delightfully well. The sun is out in full glory again and the dreariness of rain and gloom are gone for awhile. The folks here have gone to gardening. Some early things already up, I saw lettuce and rtdisbts peeping above ground at one place. The hens are singing about the yard in their idiotic, abstracted way, heralding the season of eggs in abundance, and everything wean the air of, say May, with us. It seems a little "previous," but I speak of thiogs as they are. Ever In Jeeus, Gto. Health Hints. A cheerful mind it better O. Barnes. than all the drugs in the materia medica. To prevent muitard plasters from blistering mix with the white of an egg. Dr. Gross recommends dilated vinegar as an injection into the bladder to break up blood clots. IntUmmstions are most safely and far mora agreeably subdued by the application of warm water than of cold. Don't neglect to give the baby a drink of water once or twice a day. The nur.ing babies cry ofteoer form thirst than from hunger. Convulsions may frtquently be cut short like magic br turning the natient on his left side. The nauiea as an after effect of chloroform or ether narcosis may be generally controlled in the same manner. Excellent tooth powder: Suds of castile soap and spirit of camphor, of each an equal quantity; thicken with equal quanti ties of pulverized chalk and charcoal to a thick paste; apply with the finger or a brush Mustard, according to Dr: Richardson, is best applied by soaking a sponge with it. Tie the sponge up in a handkerchief and apply the convex side. This mustard sponge can be remoistened several times for reapplication. , For warts, corns and other indurations of the cuticle, nothing acts more satisfactorily than a mixture of equal parts of tincture of iodine and glacial acetic acid, applied in repeated layers with a brush night and morning It has been shown by itclual experiment that the water which streame down the inside of the window of a cloned sleeping-roois so impregnated with tho noxious exhalations of tho sleepers that one drop is sullhient to poison a rabbit. In ctses pf undue sweating of the feet, ac companied by soreneiu and whitening cf the skin of the sole, a cure may be readily effected by the application once a day of equal parts of citrine ointment and - imp. The feet should bs bathed fre B((. ronv quently. A growing inability to fleep in eicknets is ominous of fatal reaull; and in apparent health it indicates the failure of the mind andmtdaess; on the other hand,i in disease or dementia a very slight improvement in the sleeping should be hailed as the harbinger of restoration Jerusalem's glory has indeed departed. Tne ancient seat of God's chosen people is hopelessly modernized. Street railways now run pat rows f Queen Anne cottages, Parisian toilets aie (ho rule, public schools are open live days in each week, real estate agents have offices on every corner cfiering for sale choice lots on Mount Moriah and other sacred localities, and the City Council hat now is having a quarrel about excessive taxes and arbitrary police powers Even Bethlnhem has been invaded by the spirit of improvement. That village has recently laid a new Nicholson pavement, and is talking ol using electric lights. As to Naztreth, it has become a great oil mar ket, where the blue barrels of tbo Standard Oil Company crowd Kussiau tanks in the warehouses, Hint a company Iisr actually been formed there to boro for natural gas. Louisville Post. 8ee Adams' new departure. Our jail is again without an occupant. A child of Jasper Pickets aged 3 years died Sunday and was buried hare Tuesday. Mr. George Liversay ha bought out W. A. B. Davis at Wabd and will continue the mercbantile buslnees at that place. The magistrates assembled Monday in county court placed the levy for the emu-in- g year at 12 75 for poll lax and 25 cents per $100 on property &c. The compositor last issue didn't catch on to the name of that oddly spelled post- office WabJ and put it Waldo. This odd appellation was derived from the initials of the first postmaster at that place, W A. 11. Davis. Cash Barciaiks Granulated sugar, 11 poundri for $l;C sugar 1G pounds for $1; best prints G cents per yard, other grades In proportion. I want to make room for spring goods and must have money to buy them with. All persons oaring me on accounts or notts must come and eetttle. L. B. Adams. tf G. W. Ray and family left Monday for Round Rock, Texas. It will be remembered that Mr Ray lost his eyesight about seven years ago at Pine Hill by a premature blast while working in the coal mines for C Crooke & Co. All of Mr. R's people live in Texas and when bis family started Mr. Ciooke furnished them transportation to Memphis. We have been unable to ascertain the result of the action of the supervisors of the aeeresors books, but understand they raised the assessed value In some instances but failed to see the necessity of lowering that of those who by mistake or for purposes of their own gave in their assessment at a rate far above the actual value of the property reported. An important witness in a pension case in this county agreed to swear to certain things provided he wan paid $225, out of the first money drawn. When it was re ceived the pensioner demurred, claiming it was too much. The witness informed him that he must pay up or he would make affidavit that he (the witness) had sworn falsely. The money was paid. In the county court here Monday last it was decided that the new $3,000 jail should be built in the N. E. corner of the Court-hous- e yard. As is usual in such cite there is tome kicking by different par ties on account of the location not being suitable to all. We think no better place conld be found if the building ia to bt erected in accordance to the specifications we have seen. J. W. Mullins, of London, was here Tuesday submitting plans and epeciflca tioni for the new jail. The contract has not been awarded yet or advertised, but will be soon. Mre. M. E. Bragg has cone to Garrard to reside with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Thompson. Thor. Rigsby got $43 pension money last week and will draw $1 per month hereafter. John Wolf is skylarking around in Tennessee to the sorrow of hia family and numerous creditors left behind at this place. Capt. B J. O'Neil waa here Monday. Iia CnJfd.to or the office v LINCOLN J LAND COMPANY. HliUPAn.aHtlA.. wwi WVUIVHtlUU, ' Ijnd Cotnoanr Vf. 187-I- t. All parsons having debts agilnit the Lincoln ara reoupateJ In nrrunt them to Alcorn at Ml omca In Stanford, Ky. It. Ij.lllVIl.Xitil, President. m For Sale aja Bargain. a. UIXiyLTIViEKY. I am dally opening an elegant line of Fall Millin- deslrah e residence with seren rosm.'and porch-Weo water at the door; .table, smoke Ac. Aboutan acre off roii n,l in ih. r.J ..u .v.. cu, terms, dc, apply to it. AijFfutn. 103. Agent for J. K.AIIord. i.We, ery, Including all The Latest Novelties of the Season. e; NEWCOKB well-kno- Alio Notions, such is Handkerchiefs, Collars and CuIIi. llychlng, Corsets, Buitloa, etc. You will find ma at the rooms lately racaled by 8ml-lt Warren, next divir to tbn Myers Home. 1C2.2iu MT, VERNON, KY. HOTL ILATH OVitDKIlAll. This old and TTnlnt 1. ..in talnlngita fine reputation. Chsrgos reasonable! Special attention to the trarellng public. m J. I'. AEWCOJJIl, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. At hli solicitation, wea.con'ranled V. K. Trlb-bito Versailles, Ky to examine the Hodge A s Wlro fences constructed br the Hedge Fcuct-- Co., which Mr. Trlbble repnsents. We r, found tbo fence Just as represented In erery being absolutely si ck proof and we also consider It highly ormmrntal to the firms on which they are constructs. We find upon en quiring the Coir pan are perfectly responsible lor all tbtir contract!. We tale pleasure in recommending tbo Company and their fence to all In need ollenc Ing, A. W.Hmith, C. L. Caow, a. W. loo-lB.O. Oovkr J. M. Show. o Hluo-UruCaBr-EMTh- E. II. POX, The Photographer, Iuiiville, - - - - Ky. MACE BKUCE'3 Frames Made to Order. A. Buggy & Implement House. I aire now Or and Combination INTERIOR JOURNAL And the LoaUTllle A Full Lino of Wheat Drills and othor Agricultural Implomonts, Besides a THE Fall Lino ot Baggies and Wagons Always on hand. In connection with my plement builnou, I will alio carry a Im-- Weekly Courier-Journ- al . Complete Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as One year for only wo pipers for more than the price oone. little w.Jffxl"8n,3y?l.w,,, paper Low as any one. I solicit a ibire of youripatronaje, Besptclfally, lll-lr- r I. St. IMUCE. for one with the 7th. representatlTe newipaper of the rtouth.emocrat! wfnKd. fof B tfr,ff for rerenu. onl, and the rSt FIVE COMMANDS! Keaaon: fljurnebas lust recelted direct from New York City the nicest and Chen pest lot ever orougnt to inis necx 01 tne wooai. Tnou shalt buy the medicines from Bourns. Ileason: Bourne's goods are purs. Thy life la too valuable to bs sacrificed becausa of Inert rem edlea. Thou shalt marry soon, very soon. Reason: The goose bone marketh this a hard winter, and Bourne's toilet articles will make thee beautiful abots thy Sallows. (Ii thou dost not deilre to marry, thou oort desire to be envied Thou shatt go to Christmas Goods. BOURSE'8 for all thy Concert Grand, PIANOS I Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. nnt.0rs?.Du5ck0fmMt Wem' nltcM ths PIANOS AND ORGANS Progressive Louisville. becauMOftby beauty. range rrora 10 to " ' Thou shall go hunting and Sitting. Bourne has percent, lower tnan " fnce other dealers aak tor tb. the materlala. art culture. fnTJXts-.- r: r.. "I!?"! Thou ahalt hare a baby, a fiddle, an accordioa, 1TSV '"fK""" ' me ueauumi. culll-&violin strings, Ismps, frames, pictures, mirrors, r.n.U,u1nJteSu:nd ","t 4e"gD,0, tttU wI" lewelry. warranted Bourne has tbesa and the finest lot of candles ever brought to Htanfjrd. Tho World-renownKuabe, the Fa Tboushalt keep in ml ml that Eourne is the cleverest msn (except br. Cox) and the best man iuotia Decker & Son, the Popular Evtodeal with erett nnd the Reliable New England "Uwea red, Tloleti blu. dhakespeare. Biurne's Is the place for you. Pianos, In fact, tho half ot bis glories and fine goods bare not been told thee. The Celebrated Olongb. and Warren and the John Ohuroh & do, Organs. The newest .'"",-- & ed kink in Louisville is the "progressive" din ner party. A dinner of this kind was given lately and was a great improvement on the old style. After each course the sound of a bell warns the gentleman to move on to the next lady. In this way there is a general change of ptrtners. The result is yery satisfactory. A lady and gentleman have to be very companionable to be able to get through a set dinner of many courses without getting somewhat weary, but the "prorenive" relieves the monotony ol tilings A gentleman should always sit to the left of a lady he accompanies to dinner 'ml move to the right. It is the correct thine to leave your napkin in its place; fresh ones for etch course should be fur nished, The same may be said of the wa Post. ter glasses. A colored brother came to town a fe days ago to consult a lawyer is tb the validity of his baptism. He said when he was baptized the weather was very cold and tne preacher not biing very well, deputized two deacons to take him into the water and dip him, while the preacher rema'ned on the bank and repotted the ceremony. He had been told by some white man that he had not been properly baptized and he wanted to see a lawyer to find ru whether it wis It. gal or not. Elberton (Ga ) Leader. If the South were gelling $100,000,003 in every year you would hear of Southern capital flowing North, and some Northern journal would be mean enough to rise up and say that said capital did not, after all, represent the difference in the financial success of the tsro sections, nor of Macon Telegraph. their ability. pensions Pi Ice 50c, How Is INFORMATION MANY fmm -- at this season tujfer from -- PERSONS nd'pri? c,onlmuDlcale wIlu u' for mtalogues, term . t. d fOOII, Special Ag'ts, Or HOSE B. RICHAIlKtofficJ: Koferences: A. R. Penny, Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moorenni Beax. ley, Stanford; Mrs. Msggle Holmes. James Orch-rCrab Gen. W.J. Laudraw and Mls Lixile Huffman, LauMUrr, Ky. r d; 133-ly- I J. 'Jnttt(estIo)t,7usi)fisla, 2Ialarta,ConstlmttonJilCltliteiTroublcs. Headache, Xcuratgtat JUintimattsin, rains in the J.lmbi, llatk and Sides, Jlad Jllood, etthtr O. & M. h VOLINA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, Hid TiloM and Kilncv Trouble s. lv cleansing tho Mood of all Its imparities, sinustliemus ull parts of the body. CORDIAL CURES Ill to & MISSISSIPPI from 11 Thedirect through line aud old established route KruralfMii, Pains In the Limbs, link and fcldti, by toning the ncnes nnd strengthening the musUcs. CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA, Indlctstlon unrt ConstlpiUen, by nldlnc the Food through Hie llouof the stouiaih ; it creates a healthy itpiUue. louisvllle & Cincinnati to St. louii and all points in the West. Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louts. IhrtM (3) Daily Trains flout Cincinnati to St. Louis. Only liotirn from l.oulsvlllo and Cincinnati Louis. rirn -- h VOLINA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, rVprP!on of spirits and Weakness, by enll and totting the sfitcm. g - tot. VOLINA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED and pellrnto Women, Vuifaud Slctly Children. It I j delightful and nutritious as a general Totile. A for 18K7.IlooR andiieful Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a ThrouRh Slooping Car From Cincinatl to St. Louis. tbo only Rr TYT ithrough line running J.VJ.. L.Ll.tJ irota LoulsTille and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being made up of a combination of small roads, -- h.uiilome, completo te'Hnchowto 1 1 UK 8 HUM!, 111 a picasm, natural way. nt Mailed on receipt of a 2c. postage stamp. Address Vol 11 Almnnna 11 lid Dlnrr. O J. VOLINA DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD., U. S. A. sTTTlIJlJi "'"" S Aft Vnrt vniri1 experience In tb rTeparftiiun us iuvi MV imuuivs IUBU Thomsnd applications for patents in the United Mttes and Foreign conn. tries, the publlihets of the bcj;ntia American continue to set ss solicitors K Pslill!KU s"asrl Tbo Ohio A. Mississippi Railway runs Palatial Sleeping Cars on nlgnt trains; Luxuriant Par-lCars on day trains; tlegaut Day Coach, es on all trains. Direct and close connections are made In UNION DEPOTS with diverging lines by the O. A M. Railway, thus avoiding troblesouie transfers by other routes. Tbo Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is the only Una between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts under one management, running all Its trains through solid and in conieojuenco Is recognized Pint-Clas- s Route be- UieHrcon Cough Ualsaui for cough, and colds. For sale by Mclloberti A Stagg. jour WooilT &. Uie Urecn'a Ssrsaparllla Stfcgg i.i!,. t fnrih. United Mites, and . -. ouiain patent in umn.ua, and all other countries Their expert,Oermanr. nee Ii ucequalsd andthslr Utilities are umurDraw'lnci and .peclficatlons prerswd snd filed In tho l'atent Office on short notice. Terras rer examination of tnodsli 10 forptsnts,esTti.trsd.m!rVi,copjr. For tale by McUotverti it SI. reasonable. ar drawing , When llaby wa sick, wo gare her Caatorla, Vhen she itm a Child, she cried for Caatorla, When shs became Hiss, she clung to Castoria, Wbru she had Children, she garo them Caitoria ka circulation the of its kind published in the world. The advantages of such a notice, erory patsntse 'this lsri and .plendldlr llluatraled newspaper is publLhed WKKKI'V it i00a rear, and Is admitted to be the best piperderoted to science, orks, and mechanics, Inrentlonj, englneerinic othr departments of industrial progress, pub-li.'i-of It contains the) names 111 any country. . all patentees anu line 01 each week. Try It four months for one doUar. SolJbyalliiew.dealers. if juu baio an intention ti liinn t Co , tiubll'hers of Soieutlflo Amorlcsn, ew York. ! Ilro.dway. Handbook about patsntl milled nte. InthiVtlKNTlKU.' No charge for Adflee bjr mall free ned through larit AV':l,tv,'hlc1,h,M and Is the .,,, Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for (ull particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulsrs or any desired information, or write to ROBT. II. FORMAN, Trar. Pas. Ag't O. A M. R'y, Somerset, Ky. JOHN F. IUXU.AKD, W. H.SHATTUC, Oen, Pass. Ag't, Pres. and Uen'J Msn'gr, O. Ctnclnustl, tween thoie Cities. OPERA HOUSE STANFORD, KY. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor erj ini ..... Slia of Stage, 20xS0. Eight csmplete sot ot Scsa, ery. Seating caraclty, including' gallery, (0j ftheascuable rater to good attractions. ii?i"p'"""yyi m 4, tt..i ...,, wygnBPiyW JT S?&? . , sJ i if Six hundred negroes nt Paris hare re-- the flying fire got into the mustache ot the Some littlo Lixtngton devils, who were doubtless born to bo burnt, o wight a cat and solved themselves into an independent par-- 1 the young man aforesaid causing him after pouring coal oil on her, set her sfire. ty of the colored race ana will in fuluro much uneasiness In her fright the posr animal r.tn into a voto only with that party that will prove Decidedly the moat pleasant affair that Stanford, Kj January 28, 1887 stable and communicated the fire to the that it is their friend by its works. ever occurred in Lancaster was tho supper -- Tho long Senatorial contest In Tennea given by tho mambfrs of the Boyle, Lin-cjl- n combustible miterWl therein and an exten sive wjb only prevented by (ee ended MjnJiy night in the nomination and Garrard couuty birs in honor of W. P. WALTON. the Btrenuoui efforts of the fire department. by the democratic caucus, of JUUgoUtfsloy and Mr. K. C. Warren at Thellt'leramlaoujlit to ba piddled tilt William B. Bito. Col. House withdrew the Miller Hotel Monday evenine. Col. from the race and thero was a stampede to Miller excelled himself in tho getting up of Halstead, of tl.e Cincinnati Commercial, they can't sit down for a month. who had from the first the repast which was Indeed olcganl. Gen is, through his lieutenant, Qta. B)jnton, The Scott county JVciw, J E. Johnson the or Gjvernor, trying to justify his opinion of Grant, ex and Harry Montgomery, editots, has just led in the caucus. He will ba elected to W, J. Landram was chosen master of cerepressed in u letter to Secretary Coase, of made its appearanca at Georgetown. It is succeed Senator Whitthorne, who'o term monies and a happier solectlon could not have baen undo. At half past eight February, 18G3, in which he said. "Oar an eight cilumn weekly and the initial expires on the 4th of March next. Attorney General Garland has issued o'clook tho following gontlomun eat down noble Army of the Mississippi is bsing number bean erilence of an ability to wasted by the fooli'h, stupid, drunken make a paper. Georgetown may an order staying for one year the judgment lo supper: Mr. R.C Warren and Judge Grant, ile can't organize or control or be large enough for two papars but we against Judge Bjyd, of Laurel county, as M II. Offdloy, in whose honor the supper fight an army. I have no personal feeling doubt it. Bro. Ball has never made a for- security of the pension agent at Lexington. was given; Wm. McKee Duncan, LouisThe amount duo the government is over ville; Judge T. Z. Morrow, Somerset; Geo. about it, but I know he is an ass " Boyn-ton'- s tune even with a monopoly. $10,000 and Judge Biyd is the only one of Danqy, Jr., Ljxlngton; Cole. W. Q. Welch, letters from Washington teem with The same old combination shows up at the pecurities good for the delinquency. and T. P. Hill, Judge M.C.Sauilsy, D. R. proofs of Qrant'd drunken habits, and the Indianapolis; 75, 70 and A. Necessary to a The stay in the case is ordered to give an Carpenter, Maaterson Peyton, W. A. Trlb- Field Marshal laughs with a ghouldish The IoIIowIdr paragraphi. Mttlng larth Mine of Turple lacks only opportunity for tbe reaudlting of the ac- ble, P. M. McRoberts, Stanford; W. G. the good tblngi kept l.j glee, as he pjiuts with pride to "I told you choice for Sin a tor, 7f Dunlap, Danville; dlonel W. O. Bradley, to!" This is nice' wore for a republican one vote, near and yet so far, when we con- counts. Five persons in the Mt Sterling jail General W. J. Lindrnm, B. M. Bunlett, (heel and is in strange contrast to this beau- sider what amount the labor men have placed on the chnnge of one vote. made their escape by knocking down Jailer Wm. Herndon, J. II. Brown, W. B. Mason, Courier-Journa- l, tiful tribute from the a rebsl sytnpath.2.r: "Gen. Grant's faults A vmx. written article on the guber- Punch and rushing to liberty. The whole John W. Miller, Wm. McC. Johnston, II. 13 would have escaped, but for a littlo eon C. Kauffman and W. A. Mullint, Lancaster. were many, but his fame is the common natorial contest, by M. T. Cratt, Esq., apof the jailer, who held thereat at bay with The following toasts were responded to: GItOUEIt, heritage of his country. It rests ou a sure pears on our fourth page. a pistol till help arrived. All of thoao that The Older Members of the Bar, W. J. Lanfoundation, and over his shortcomings we NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. escaped are charged with murder, ono of dram; Oar GuestH, Colonel W. O. Bradley; MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. should rightly can the mantle of charity. whom had been sentenced for life and an- The Judiciary, Wilhom Herndon; The e As the Ires fall- -, ho shall it He, Grant's The Chicago Council voted down 28 to Hy Xo 1 Justice of the Peace, Colonel T. P. life is written in deeds that are not to be 2 a petition to raise the liquor license from other for 21 years. Two of them hnve since J o. 2 Hacirrrl In good palta are Ion, t oniMtrlti j the prlr of ftih. been capluted Hill; Our Clients, W. G. Welch; Fees, M. forgotten, lie has told his own story with $500 to $1,000. JljJIaple Sjrnp ! nut pare as can be wonderful nmplioity, directness and clearTo hundred coses of giant powder C. Saulley; Tho Press, W. G. Dunlap; The The appropriation for the army this Covad anynhere. ness. Ic ia a marvelous story, written by year will ba $23 721 71S or more than $1.-00- 0 exploded on a freight train on the Missou- City Uir, William McKeo Duncan, Louis I ran itfrl; uj that I hare the xery tt.t ri Pjcifin near F rt Scott, Kansas. One ville. Judge Owsley and Mr. Warren one unued to word, that he might not tlertloaorcained (looJi. for each poldier. Ml I'reterf e Ad are pat op by the but The releave his fuuily dependent en patriotic A tornado swept through Dinyill e, man was killed, 15 cars completely demol- each deliveret a shurt addreis. firWrrfcf Ihotr artlcln. gratitude. By that last work, facing death Va , Tuesday, blowing down a number of ished, and peveral rods of tho track destroy- sponses to tho various toasts were made in I deilre those nho hare been tronbled nlth ed. So great was the force of the explo- a happy vein of humor and brought forth with pen in Inn 1; noting its near approach houses but killing no one. bad Lard to try mine I am ttllllai to tale, Colonel Welch, sion that thousands of dollars' worth of tremendous applause, backemj pouud that donn't nlre the moil day by day, yet forcing himself to complete A man named Lowrey cut Richard entire satUfartlon. an almost itaju.-'aibltask, he has giveu us Tooniy, a bay, to death at a party at Geo, glass in the city, half a mile distant, was who pOMeeca the cnvloble faculty for saylkieMm, altd llrani, llomtay, shattered, and windows were broken twenty- - ing a good thing well, completely bringing a memorial more lasting than any monu-min- t Million's, in Madison county. Oat Meal, M,relJd Oati, Macaroni, Plain In clown the house. his countrymen can erect. Surely Tne Livingston county democrats are five miles away. llntk, Honey and maar other thing whlrh I NOTES. ran not mention bere-eT- ery that Bilent captain hai earned at least from somewhat premature. They have nlready f article LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Hon. M. C. Saulley, who responded to this generation silence as lo his infirmities. held their convention and instructed for i oner aovoral Coal Vnaet aud my Ssveral cases of measles are reported the toast, "Fees," said it eeemed anomal tookof CorI UnckeUat Goat- May peaco abide with him and his." Holt. ous that he should be given "Fees" while T.K. WALTON. Thomas Arnold Taylor was fuund dead at the Mason boarding-house- . Gen Shervn, who w retired with Judgo Vincent Boreing returned from Col. Welch was down for "Our Clients," in his room last Friday evening on his Mrk Hardlu, Utc otMoutleollo, Clerk the rank of general at 513,500 a year for the brother Dr. Hub. Taylor's farm in Clark the Eaat Monday, In answer to a telegram At home, he said, it was just the reyerse; rest of his life, with nothing on earth to do informing him of the serious illness of his he had the clients and Col. Welch received county. except to attend lo any private business tie A St. Louis ladies' shoe storo has em- father, Mr. Mdrray Boreing. Mr. Bjreing the fees. may care to, has asked Congress to provide In the courso of his remarks Col. Hill ployed Frank James as salesman, hoping shows littlo signs of improvement. him a secretary at $1,600 n year to aid him Jamee and Conn Wren, little sons of paid a fitting tribute to the late George W. by such an advertisement to draw silly woin his correspondence. Thia seems the John Wren, a deoeased member of McKee Dunlap, men thereto. very of caeek, but the old soldiers CjIs. Welch and Bradley Indulged in a Lodge, F. aud A. M., will shortly leive for Wm. H. Bildwin received a verdict ia from general down to privates and even the Masonic Home, Louisvflle, where they game of billiards just before supper end it tattlers want the earth, and with a lot of tbe U S. Court, Covington, giving him will be educated. waspla!nly evident to the lookers on that demagogues warming seats in Congress they possession 30,000 aires of disputed land in James Faris, Alex Profit and T. C. Colonel Bradley was no such a billlardist are likely to get it. The pension business Rowan county. trustees of the school taught by as he is a politician. The way Colonel The sensational story, originating in Norvell, and other gratuities of the government are William Black, an account of whose trial Welch "done him up" was a light. aasomiog the dimensions of an outrageous London, tnat immediate war between was given in our lost, have been arraigned Colonel Hill told about a magistrate in a raid upon the packets of honest men, who France and Germany was imminent, turns for official neglect. Tbe two former resign- county not for remote, who, in the absence are worthy of at least a little considera out to be a canard. ed and the cue was dismissed at to thtm of the prosecuting attorney at a trial, exChill is greatly excited over the ap. tion. Is amined the witnesses for tbe Commonpearance of cholera on its boundaries. In and tbe trial of the latter set for wealth, cross examined the witnessee for the The protection democrats in Congress Mendozi forty deaths a day from the (Wedneeday.) Deputy Marshal F. B. Riley is in Lou- aeiense, insirustea me jury to nring in a have agreed to a bill that will reduce the plague are reported. isville. Judge J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, verdict of guilty and closed with a telling treasury receipts $65,000,000 without reThe Secretary of tbe Interior estimates lieving to much extant the wants of the that $4,662,104 will be wqnired for the was here on professional business. J. T, speech for the prosecution. The story was people. About $8,000,000 of the amount first yearly payment of pensions to men Brown and a little boy of Dt, N M. Scales subsequently dabbed a "venerable chest-ngt- " by Colonel Welch, however. are added to oar sick Hit. L. C. Young, of is to come from the tariff and the balance who served in the Mexican war. 833 FOVH1H AYENCE, In response to the tout, "The Pre-- ," the new mercantile firm of LC A M. T, by the abolition of the Internal Revenue Hayes has at last got an office about taxes on tobacco and of the license tax on which there is no dispute. Gov. Foraker Young, McWborter, is in the cities. W. W. G. Dunlap, of the Danville Iribune, whisky. The people will appreciate, in a has appointed him trustee of the Ohio Uni A. Parsley, with Brinkley A Grubbs, Lou- said he, like Mark Twain, could never deisville, started on a tour of the mountain liver an impromptu speech without at least horn, the wisdom of allowing them free versity for a term of seven years. two weeks' preparation. towns Monday. whisky and tobacco, when the necessities The ice gorge below Oil City is two A letter from Judge R. P. Jacobs was Senator W. J. Caudill, of Clay, pawed of life go on paying war taxes. With the miles long and 15 feet high. The town is P.S.-FINEGO- ODS through this city Monday on his return read, in which he expressed his regrets at BXOl.TJSIVEI.-S'- . aid of republican votes the bill will likely in danger and an attempt is being made to from Washington, where a fortnight was being unable to attend. become a law. break the gorge with nitro glycerine. spent In forminic the acquaintance of tbe The Interior Journal's young man John W. Wrenn has been taken to the Dxtaub of a horrible execution come great men of thia great country, and storing felt very young Indeed in the pretence of so from Paris. X man and his wife were penitentiary from Bjarbon to serve a life hl3 mind with information that may be of much legal talent, but managed to get away condemned to die for burning their mother sentence for the murder of old man Row, use to him when that dream of the majori- with his share of the supper. That night to death and when the hour for the execu the Court of Appeals having refused a new ty of American mankind, to go to Congress, we dreamed of being before 1G grand juries tion came the woman became frantic and in trial. is realized. But especially was the Senator in succession, each one of which compelled Doalor In- During 1880 there were on all the railpiteous tones begged for mercy. With the impressed with the grand display of the us to testify by hanging us up by th e almost superhuman strength of despair she roads in the United States a 'total of 1,211 "substantial" in the treasury vaults. thumbs. fought and struggled with the executioners accidents, 401 killed an$ 1,433 hurt; a General Landram, who preideJ, In call Greal diversity of opinion on the po and finally had to be bound hand and foot monthly average of 101 accidents, 33 killed litical situation prevails in this county log the toasis to be responded to by memand held in position while the gillotine did and 119 injured. gubernatorial contest demands moat bers of tbe Stanford bar, referred to the The new $5 silver certificate has n por- The its frightful work. The man showed no attention, with the sentiment about equal- the speaker bh followe: " 'The O.'d Time trait of Gen. &ant on it face, and on the emotion whatever ly divided between Senator Harris aud Justice of the Peace,' response by Colonel back a group of fivo silyer dollars. The The grave and reverend seigniors of the back Is tha most artistic yet produced by Gen. Buckner, an occasional admirer of T, P. Hill, one we all delight to honor and Col. Holt and Capt. nines bobbing serene- whose presence is an inspiration; known ANImro of Senate worked themselyes into an exceed- the engraving bureau. futroiiiigu In verj- - KcHIiecif-iillNollcKccl. the Commonwealth as 'The ly up. Taylor Is leading for Superintend- throughout ingly warlike fit and after a liberal disOne Krips was whipping his wife on a .' From the summit of his ent of Public Instruction, with now and Old charge of harmless ammunition, black cart- shanty-bo- at W. M. WATERS, Salwman. at Vidalia, Mia., when a man Pickof honors, ho cat) look back with pride upon a ridges a it were, pasted the bill authoriz named Hite interfered. The result was the then a warm supporter ing the President to protect and defend the killing of Krips with a hammer. The man ett exhibiting great pluck and little judg- life well spent and enjoy tho consciouenees ment. O, for n modern Moses to lead us of the admiration nnd respect of hit counrights o' American fisheries and other ves and woman have been arrested. trymen." 'Our Clients,' by Colonel W. G. sale, by the remarkable vote of 4G to 1. out of the political wilderness. T. B. Parnell, sheriff of Muhlenberg Welch, a gentleman whose culture and geRiddleberger was the 1. county, was shot and killed on Saturday at OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. nial manners endear him to all who know TnE cocaine habit is even more (earful Paradise, on Green river, while attempting Lancaster. him; hence his ability to capture clients in its results than morphine. A Chicago to arrest Jaraej W. Hopkins, on a charge of The first saloon to close under the lo- 'Fees.'reeponsoby Judge M. C. 8aufley. having murdered his own son five months doctor, who hue become a slave to it, had cal option law was that of Ben Mason The country would honor itself by placing ago. to be confined, and his condition is pitiable. him upon tbe bench upon the slope of the The colored population of Augusta, whose license expired Tuesday. His arms are covered with lacerations, Ky., demand four councilmen of their The Sunday school convention conven Pacific, where the question of 'fees' would caused by the excessive use of the hypoder- race out of eight to be elected, and have ed Wednesday at the Christian church. no longer disturb his mind." mic syricge; the skin on his hands has al- held a convention and placed them in nom- Rev. McClain, of Cincinnati, lectured WedREV. C. W. DUNLAP. most turned black and his features plainly ination to by voted for at the spring elec- nesday evening on Missionary Heroes. show the frightful effects of the drug. Mr. Elemuel Sisk, of Newark, Ohio, Why ha Temporarily Leaves Evangelistic tion. Work. " 1 The Kentucky delegation in Congress Y Mrs. Martha Brent, Binghampton, N. whose damage suit against the K, C. rail ilalll .liWrWiTilani!!."(To tha Editor ot tbe Interior Journal; , deserted her aged husband and eloped road for killing his son, who was a brake met and tried to asiree on a man to recomIndependence, Ky., January 25. Yon mend to the President for commissioner with a man named Cloverdale, who left a man on the road, will be tried this term of will confer a favor by inserting this combill, but as dying wife and five children. A coat of court, is in town. under tbe Interstate Commerce tar and feathers would look well on both of Wm. Cuinley, a firmer who lives near munication in your paper: each member had his candidate, no conclu?' dotined to make r6lible LIVER Rnd aIl ha an improvement that An unexp.'cted decline in value of Puebit much more popular than it has ever been Hyattsville was coming to town in a spring sion was arrived at, save that old Cerro their backs. A battery of four boilers exploded in wagon Wednesday afternoon when his horse lo property has cast a debt ol $1,500 oh me, Don't buy a pump until yon see the BUCKET ELEVATOR Gordo Williams and the field were nip and and fnr Ant the iron and ateel works of Spang, Cbalfant became frightened and ran away, throwing "Go prsacb," in my eyes, is on a par with ting boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and LC0N0MI8T tuck 6 lo 6 against him. & Co , near Pittsburg, killing one man in him out. He sustained a concussion of "Owe no man anything." While it is a RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c The republicans of Warren second our stantly and seriously injuring several oth the spine and other serious injuries. Une f Hardwaro' great burden to mo to give up the evangeSalt, Limo, Cement Flue til- inft&of eenWal O'Donald ers. The damage to the machinery and nomination of Col. William and Mary listic work, which has grown sweeter dayMisses Jennie Kennedy W. 11. McKINNEY. Bradley by instructing tbe vote of the coun- buildings was great. H,,Mmn Holmes, of Crab Orchard, are visiting Mrs. by day ever einco I heard that wonderful ty for him. All the others will fall into Thomas Ross, one of the three negro H. C. Kauffman. Mrs. M. L Grainger and gospel from our beloved teacher, Geo. O line when they read of the exploits of the ghouls who killed an old white woman at Master Commodore left Wednesday for Barnes, princo of bible interpreters, and greatest hero of the war, which we are pre- Baltimore, in order to sell her body to Texas, to remain several months. Metsra ealnllieit of all saint; yet I must forego paring for publication at an early date. some medical students, has been sentenced Anderson & Uerndon have removed their tbe grandest of all occupations, "telling the Blair'3 silly proposition for a constitu- to death. The trial, arguments and all on- law office to the rooms over Bitson's store. sweet story," till I can tell it free from debt Count Notes. Humphrey Best was to all the world. tional nmendment giyiug women a right to ly occupied half a day. There has been euoh a kick against the tried in three cases for carrying concealed Knowing that the wily enemy, even the 31 to 1G, vote, was defeated in the Senate, TBTBiCcj.MTfconLTst3sLLTs"J"A after a whole day lost in discussing it. excessive tax on oleomargarine that Sena- weapons and given $25 and 10 days each. devil, will be quick to say I have put my No true woman wants to vote. It is only tor Beck has introduced a bill which re For furnishing liquor to a minor he was hand to tbe plough and turned back to those who wish to usurp the rights of man duces the annual tax on wholesale dealers fined $50. Loach Kemper was fined $50 teaching school for a Hying, I wish to fore in the article from $480 to $100, and for furnishing liquor to minor. Charley stall him by asking the friends of the pres who are crying for suffrage. the license tax on retail dealers from $48 White was fined $100 and 30 days in jail to put this letter befuro their readers thitt In a trial at Memphis a fellow who wan- to $13. they may know just the real reason for my for shooting a horse. ted to help tho accueed murderer, got his Saturday last GG tons of elite left San One of our most exemplary youag withdrawing temporarily from the evannamed called as a juror and got on the ju- Francieco by special train for Chicago and married men tried to pick bis teeth in gelistic work. I will ask Danville, Lancia ry, but when the judge found it out he New York by the Central and Union Pacif-i- c church Tuesday night with what he sup- ter, Richmond, WilUamitown, Burlington fined the man $50 and sent him to jail for lines, Chicago & Northwestern and the posed to be a wooden tooth-pi- ck but which and Covington papers to please copy. ten dam Pretty bitter medicine, but none Slar Union linr. The train will be run on proved to be a "popping" match which exG. W DmuAP, passenger schedule time to its deatinalion. ploded with a loud report. A portion of loo severe for the case. Evangelist. 1 SraJ-83ltt!4intmoriouconH-iur-mo- ,r first-cla- 1 X'j&ease ki:ai T. R. WALTON, Old-lim- Jni ijaJ flnt-cUi- i i to-d- ay. WALSPI, THE TAILOR, - LOUISVILLE, JOE F. WATERS -- . Heavy & Fancy Groceries, jour and Queensware, Etc. y Glass- - Main Street, - Stanford, Ky. $ War-HoHe- big-eare- d olivbe :flowsi IHI - S fl V. IX. HIQQIJXS 0renes, - Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Pulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. 1 v faLfe&y 1 , Ih" -- ..;. sjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjsjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjsjjsjps '4" 'J-1.l- t' ' ' . ... ,.t ' , i .j ....... -- . . . . Lj'ym t , i ' j; 'ft i .'.ygj' ..j1- - 41 ., S3 miuiuiiw Fnr.811 canne d Hoods Co.'a. A MiimivmMMmait.iirewTrjrxwmwiiMiTrmvimsvincm it Joe P. Waters Appl & MARRIAGES. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COU NTY. Stanford, Ky., IS. - - neat coUiro for rent, January 28, 1887 or Mn, V. 0. Ilney. Fine to Mr. in uny O. WALTON, L.AN. UuslnoBS Manaor. .. a 10 1 oonlVctionerlea and oyster Mylo at Alex C. Alfinl'. LOCAL TIME CARD. A riNE lino of fresh fane Candles nt A'. A. Warren'd "Model Uro-eery.- Uall train Kolng North ' " Houth Ecprrs twin" Boutii fi i 1 1 Ins joie In onlculatrxl a boot 20 minute XlOrila......M.. tailor) ....... ii la ......... I r. m. Bolar p. w. A, K M 14 The fel puenger train on the K. C. ran over and killed an old man named Httnuel Peten, near Milldalo, Monday night. on standard time. LOCAL NOTICES. The German echool, to bu tatight by Mr. J. L. Heczmann, will begin next Tuesday, For further particulars Bee Mr. W. D. Moore, a widower, and Mm M. 8. Mathews, a damsel of 17, were married at Mrs. Bakei's on the 20th. A. Washington lawyer, C B. Lancaster, related to the Lnnctsten nnd Bpaldlngs, of Marion, will tnirry the elJeit daughter of Samuel J. Jtindnll, February 8 Mr. George II. Ilocker, postmaster and merchant at Parksville, and a young gentleman of excellent morals nnd business qualifications, was married Wednesday t) Miss Mary Cozitt, of the samo place, a young lady In every way worthy of him. Elder Joseph Ballon officiated. Ruy your School Hooka from fenny A February 1st. McAHMor. Mr.W.U HiRBiiM. Ark your trocer for tho Cincinnati Da. kery Co.' crockeri and cake?. Bank Stock. I will cell at auction W ATCiira and Jewelry repaired on ihor next county court day, at (Stanford, 20 notice and warranted by Penny A McAlin share of etcck in tho First National Bank-Salr. all 1 o'clock. II. T. Bush. IIunteiw, Attentioh. Loaded Cart. nil Jzm of nliot, nt Penny & Mo ridgM, A special term of the I.iucoln Circuit AltMer'n fttock of Jewelry, latest Court will be held hero February 8:u by A oomm.ete uity caustyle. llocKlonl watches n specialty, fen Judge Morrow, for the trial of uyA McAllster. ses and the preparation ol common law ca- e ' PERSONAL. ses. Mil A. P. Penny has been coDfinod to bed all week and ii atlll quite ill. Mis Br.r.i.n IlouriNr, of Jemmine, U the Kuent of her brother, Dr. M. L, Hon rue. Dk.B. J). Welbh, of Nicholas I lie, bli came orer ycitcrdny to treat Bourne, who 11 quite ick. Dn. Mits Bella number 12 1 nnd they are all musiciRue. Ttie brass baud consists of 20 mouth pieces and it is said to be the find on the road. It will give a grand street parade at 2 o'clock Tuesday next and a serenade at 7 r. m. Minsfrulu Al Field's About the middle uf February the K..C. will cummeiibo lUaiilug a pimeuger train, which will leave here about 6 in the morn- - ban removed to Sprinctiold, Ky., but will bo nt Dintille each county oourt day to fervo the suffer tojr Dn. and Miw. Akmendt, of Owenn- boro. t up to Crab Orchard, Weihiu iSiCKKiuoN h J day, after of lion em n bridal tour through tho land tng, arriving at Cincinnati at 11; leave there al 2 in tbe afternoon ami reach here at 1), eo General IVaa enter Agent 8. F. B. Morse told the editor of tbe Liucasler Journal A VXXEU WUtSTION t)zmi.uv. ai n are meeting of the Sugar Grove Debating SoThe ciety, the question, "Had tue South a right deputy collector had buelaeft there nnd to secede?" wa argued tiro and con by H. couldn't leave bin young wife even for a M and J. P. Caandler, C A Liohliter, W. L Cuandler, J. H Boone, F. A. Chandler, Jay. Mehkim Tom Mktcam and J. II. Pax-totl. A. end J. T. Pleasant ; M. C. Hjm, J. C. wrn irs ittl'rlpi; wl'h chron'c kidney Whitt.O M. Btllard and U A. P.'ensauls, troubles, will likely go to Hot Spring next nfler which a committee consisting of Joweek, It ii probable also that Mr. V. B. seph Chandler, John Bingamanand Carroll McHoberta, who In a filleted with boils, will Plumber, unanimously decided. that she did not have the right to secede This Club SO. Pitor.T. M. OooPKNinuT, candidate meets regularly on Saturday nights and tbe for Superintendent of Public Instruction, discussions are vcrv improving. wai here Tuemlay. He if making a cin- TiiirLira. Our suburban village of Taaa of the Htate and iayJhe la greatly en Ilowland furnishes another sensation this couraged at his prospect. Hli devotion to week. Misa Sue, tbe comely the edncational interests df the 8tate and daughter of J J. Hall, a shoemaker, who hia capabilities, entitle hltn to marked con recently moved there from McKinney, iderallon. gave birth Wednesday afternoon to three LOCAL MATTERS. little responsibilities, two of which are etil living. Miss Hall had neglected the Fresh salt In barrels. Joe F. Waters important matter of becoming a wife beACo. fore she became a mother and there U no Amy Swore, wife of old "Candv Joe," one who darea or la man enough to shoulder hit part of the trouble he has brought dhrd yesterday. Qemdine Singer Sewing Machinee at her to. Tbe step mother of the poor girl was absent at the time and but for the r Himtoo. $30, timely assistance of some kind ladies of New China and Glawwareat A. A. War. the neighborhood her condition might haye raa'e "Model Grocery." been woe. No preparation bad been made for the arrival even of one nnd the Call at Metcalf A Foster's and see their South Bend and Hamilton plows before ladles had to hustle around lively to find clothing for three. " buying. .MIL AND .Miw. w. K VAnsoN ircndtiii; a le Axyn in Somerset. n, P-te- Abhionwent. Tbe West End comes to A. II. IUsrriN parted through with the Aj , for a saw mill which he the front with the heaviest assignment that machinery, has occurred there since the break of n will locale nt Crab Orchard. nnmber of years ago, which threw so many Hew Krout, Mackerel, Dried Apples and cltluns into financial straights, Mr. W. II. Peaches, Prunes and a full assortment of Smith, a merchant of Hustonville, assigned Canned Goods, al A. A. Warren's "Mcdel to John M. Logan Wednesday for the ben" Grocery." efit of numerous creditors, the aggregate appearing In the walls footing up $ 17,000. A drzn or more CinVarious cracks of the durt House, the committee has tak- cinnati merchants are down for from $100 en time by the forelock and hail Merahon to 5000; half dczn Louisville merchant.) h A DfBotd to run n anchor rod foi various sums; the National Bank of Ltncaiter $1,000; the Citizens National of through 'ho entire width. the sunc p'uee $319 and tho National cf The 2)0 lumber men that were to dine HtMtonville about $1,003; John M Logan, here did not show up. It certainly could $3,000; Dr Charloi M. Fox $2,010; Mr?. not be for the reason that they were fearful Smith $2000, etc. The Bet, which comiti Llge of saw mills, goods nnd real estate, aro eMi the hotels could not do them Burnslde could feed 1,000 himsalf. mated at from $12 000 to $15,000. A few . saw mill partuer got Mr. Snakfh A little negro boy, Charley months ago a Briggs, hid it pretty good sized snake Wed- Smith for about $2,000 and other bad in snw mills are said to he the nesday that he bad killed near town. The of the trouble. reptile had eyidently btca fooled by tho ciue lj-lnco. several days of spring-tim- e weather. want to be cure of a seat at the Op?rt House next Tuesday night to see Al. Field's Minstrels, you had better go to Mcllsbnt? A SMgg'rf with 75 cents and secure oce. There' going to be a crowd. who has been lecturing at the Methodist Church on the enforcement of the prohibition law, is an If you The blind orator, Hoffman, earnest speaker and "I'll say to you'' he has eome good Ideas in regard to the mat ter. Half of all the tsxei of tho county i paid by the Stanford precinct, her nsse.M-mebeing about equal to the total of all tho other.'. Hustonville comes next and Highland is the smallest with only $102,- 482. The property of the colored people of the county is assessed at $73,350. with n benefit AH persons who take for tho Ihnd part will be required to appear lu fancy dreea, A large number of ladles have signified their intention of so appearing and the success of the evening's entertainment Is assured. Admission for gentlemen 50 ccntr; for ladles 25. The Rink close boys, A Pahdjn That Doesn't Release. About two weeks sinco a pardon was obtained from Gov. Knott for the release of Cyrenus W. Ware, of Lincoln county, who was fined $400 at the last term of circuit court for taking a steer that belonged to John W. Bean, The pardon has been presented to the j liter, who has refused to release him, acting under the instructions of County Attorney Tucker and Commonwealth's Attorney Bronston. These officers are holding on to Ware in order to grind some part of the fine out of him. Wart" we understand, has no money, and unless these men release the claims of their fees In fines, he will be compelled to lay in jail until eome time in April, Haggard A Benton, N ares attorneys, swore out a habeas corpus before Judgo Morton on Friday and if that does not secure Ware'a release, a suit will bo brought in Common Plea) against the j tiler for the prisoner's unlawful detention, Some interesting points as to the effect of a pardon and jailers' duty in caseB like this will como up. Winchester Sun. RELlOtOUS. To You All accounts not paid by Feb. blh will bo placed lu the hands of on officer. Hutchings A Chndwlck. Rev. J, M Bruce di i not preach nt the Baptist church la.t Sunday on account of the Institute, but will preach there next Sunday instead. Messrs. Will Saunders and Joe Rhine-har- t aro papering and improving generally r the rooms they have rented from Mr. on Main street. Our sick list this wtek ii composed of Mrs. Will Dillion, Mrs. Joe Rhlnehart, Miss Ellen Ward and Mr. Tom Carson who is very III with pneumonia. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Mr. Earn Hardin will be pleased to Hay and corn for sale. Eph Penning wait upon his friends in his new store, next Pnin-Cur- cr The ton. door to Mr. D. C. Payne. Mr. Luclen Fifty tons of hay ready baled, for sale. Lailey has moved his restaurant into the eil'ects tire " John Bright, Stanford. room vacated by Mr. Hardin. Sixty first class feeders for sale. Apply The members of the Christian church to W. M, Catron, al Nunuelley's stable. are raising funds for the purpoee of purI have 100 bushels of home-talse- d The cln chasing an nri'n for the church rP5ffl2 ver seed for sale J. S. Murphy, Stanford, ate very zsalous in their efforts for the Ky. nnd so far are succeeding admirably. cause The assessment of property in Fayette Mr. JohnT. Higgins, from Lancaster, this time foots up $22,237,774; an Increase bos rented rooms from Mrs. Eva Smith, on of $8,920,121. Stanford street, nnd moved his family E. C. Montgomery bought of J. M. thereto. We gladly welcome them all in(Cincinnati New Orloana and Tosas Pacific Hallway.) Jennings, of Garrard, 21 cat. to our midst. We have heard a number of to New Heat 4 cents. the young lr.diea say they especially welSulci of six mules, 14J hands high, at come "the boys." Cuba, East, West. Miss Lellt Dvres is visiting Miss $100; 7 al $105,1 at $120 and 10 at $125 are reported at Bowling Green. Nellie Gaines near Shelby City. Mrs. Joe CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. Charles McClosky's stable near Btrdf Coffey, from Danville, has been attending MIR Alt Ul. KJ'. II DOWN. town was fired by nn incendiary and nine the bedside of I er sick sister, Mm. Will TllAlNSbOUTH. TltAINSNOKTH. Vhluitblo hortei were burned to death. Dillion. Miss Katie James left this week No. 4. Ho. 6. We. 7. Ho. fi. o.2. Nu.l Ho. 8. 'u.l. W. A. Ctldwell told the smallest tight and cot lust, ns reported, to attend .STATIONS. Dally. Dally Dally. Kx. Sua Dally. Dally. T)ltr. Ex Hud. Dallf. Daily. of a lot of yearling inulei to Grnnby, of school nt Bell Caldwell Collfgp, Danyillr. Park-villMI'S Lou an n James accompanied ber and 7 55 a in 403pm 8 10 p in 7 55 a m L've Cincinnati ...A'rT r. 42 p in 10 25 a in C 43 a m 5 03pm e Columbus, Tenn , nt $73 per head. 4 30pm 7 27 ami 4 25a tu 2 01 p m 52 pin Qoirgetown 7 05 a m returned Thursday, M.d'es Jennie Ken 10 02 am 7 35 ii w 10 20 pm 10 M am News. 4 15 p ml 7 00am 40n m i . p in 11 pm 1130 ,lxli)Rton 10 22 am 3 53 pin 6 27am f333a mi 101 pra 13 a m 8 VI P iu 1141pm 11 51 a in NlcLolasvllle Glcuclg leads all the eirei in the Uni- nedy, Annie Holmts nnd Mr. Eb. Higgiut, lu 12 33 pm HarrodilmrR Junction.. 3 25 p m f5 47 a ml 122Spm 1108am 8 43 p in ted Blates. His get won $112,000, which is attended tbe Convention at Ltncaiter. DanTllle 3 12 p in f5 32 a mj 2 55 n m 1212 pm 11 Mam 8 69pm 12 33 a in 12 47 pm 12 p in 3 02 p in 5 20 k in 2 45 a m 12 01 p in ...Junction Cltjr The Sunday School Institute which 1135 am; 9 10 p in 12 E3 a in 2 25pm about $20,000, more than tho nearest sire Kings Mountain 10 42 am 3 1 33pm 1 20 a m 'i n'onl 4 20 p m couv(n?d here nt the Christian church on 12 M pin . 0 50 am Somert to him, In 18S0. 10 00 pm C 05 a in 10 45 a ml. Oakdale 3 5)p in .. 5 30 a in 7 30 a in Fort 8ale. A limited quantity of Friday last, under tho au'picoi of Elder C Spmi. 7 10 8 23 nmj. 8 25 am CualtiUD ga. in 10 15 am Birmingham ........ 12 50 ami. 5 10 pin 130 j ra Welcome seed oats. Ode hundred bushels A C. HjpktOH, Has largely and appreciative SOlAtU .. H 52 p m 0 tt pin,.. 0 20 am Ku'nw C40pmL 12 30 a in 315a m -- Meridian per acre has been produced from this va- ly attended and proved n source of much 7 4(jpin. 8 00pm 10 40pmt. ..New Orleans 3 OOb ,. 735am enjoyment and instruction ti all Mr riety. Wearcn A Menefee. 2 35 am 55 am I? ......Meridian Geo Beckeis iold 20 cMtle to Ribert Hopkins Is h pleasing nnd rffb1e talker 7 au a ui 73)p m .....Vlcaaburti 8 15 am 6 45 p m .....Klirorenort. Ferguson, Saturday, at $10 eacb, nnd 23 and by his earnestness clearly convinces 7 50 am 7 10 p in Junction.... T. I Tennessee feeders to Lotcher Weathers, of that hii whole soul is in the noble work Clintonville, at $3.20.-Pa- ris News. wnicn ue naa espousea. ms lectures are No. 9 teares Oakdale dally exespt dumlay, at 5.4) x. u, Arrlrlnj at Cbattanoga at 9.15. No. 8 Brutus Cobb sold to Mark Wk field illustrated with charts. repreentattons and Ipstm Chattanoora nt 3 00 p.m., arrlrlnj at OilclttaatC II p. M Mann Boudoir Buflet Sleeping Cars on alt through trains. A Co., of Dinville, 21 cotton mulea at $105 enlivening anecdote which make them all JOHN C. OAULT, Gen'l Manager, II. roi.LBUAN, Qen'l Frt. A Pan. Ajt., interesting. The interest of chilthe more per head. T, J. Hammond has been buyK. CAUUOI.U Uea'l Hupt. B. X. KYAN, Aut. Gen'l Frt. A Pas). Agent. W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ey. ing corn in this vicinity at $1.50 per barrel dren receives from him a large share of atGeneral Offices, BU Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. delivered on the cars. Dancsster Jour tention, and their physical, intellectual and spiritual development he dwells upon nal. Jo M. Bigger sold 28 head of unbroke quite effectively. His vocal solos nr features In themselves. Miss mules, 14) hands high to Mattingly A Simmi, at 3106.25 per head. John W. Jennie Kennedy, our regular organist now, Kelly, of Washington county, told last presided gracefully at the organ. In severweek to Gentry 10 mules at $115. al of his special songs he wai assisted by Lebaquite a number of our ladies and gentle non Standard. W. L. Caldwell sold last week 2 jacks men. for $1,625. His sales for two years of Trains will commence running from jacks and jennets amount to $10,160 John Gallatin to Scottsville Februaiy I. Tewmey A 8on have sold during tbe season A wealthy old citizen named Mason, in 91 head of mule at an aggregate of $13.-02- 5, Simpson county, jumped into n well and Ad- drowned nimself. or a fraction over $143 per head. vocate. The Sanate rejected the nomination of -7.TT. Winciieoteii Coukt. The attendance the negro Matthews, for recorder of deeds was unusually large, but not much doing at Washington, 31 to 17. y in stock matters, only about 600 cattle on The Secretary of the Treasury asthe streetr, which is far below the usual appointed Jesse D, Abrahams, of run for January court. The best grades Virginia, to be Deputy Controller of the sold at $4 to $1 GO per hundred, others run Currency. down as low as $3 to $3 60. Prices generA worthless character, Lad Cornish, ally ran from 2-- to 50 per cent, higher went to the house of John Green in Washthan they did one month ago. ington county, shot one of hia daughters James W. Renaker bought of John dead, tried to kill another and shot their Barkley his fine jack, 15 hands high, for mother in the hand. No cause is assigned $725 cash. T. J. Burge-- s bought of C. J. for the diabolical deed. The scoundrel was Southworth, near Harmony, 28 head of 3 arrcitel after stout reei4ar.ee. year old mules for $2,900.' McMeekin A cane An editor, like a prosecuting attorney, Finley bought of J. L. Cabell, of Mercer officer or a lawyer, often ha very una NO. 5 CHAMPION, county, (or Tenncseo parties, 32 head of an pleasant duties to perform. It gives him No. 1 yearling mules at $105 per head. no sort of pleasure to condemn some friend of Georgetown Timec. for wroug din;, but if he ih nr honorable, straightforward journalist, he must fear no We OANHLLE. BOTLECOUNir. foe, favor no friend and in matters of public and moment, where tho peace of j concern We can one Al. G. Field's Operatic Minstrels are clety and the maintenance of law and or advertised for tne Opera House here Feb- der are involved, he must faro the music at We Times Journal. ruary 2J. whatever cost to himnelf Gen. Wolford has introduced a bill to The eminent statistician, Edward Atkinwe ruse the pension of Gen. Fry of Dinville, son, has calculated that it would require to $100 per month the labor o.' 400,000 ca, women and chil The cnild of Mr. C. P. Cecil, heretofore dren to pay our annual pensions. The reported very ill with pneumonia, Is said to nmount appropriated for that purpose this year is nearly $80,000,000, or more than it ba worse this morning. cost to run the government before the war. Work will be resumed on the now resi- And vet they say republics are ungrateful Albany Arens dence of Father Brady, nenr the Catholic cheruh,!! Hoon as the weather will permit flCTT ADYKBTIHEJIEST8. E. B, Rueael sold this weeek to Mrs. Sisnwood a part of the Younce property, on Main street, including the house, for r' ,""N CJo-ve- liniment most wonderful known. Its tho world has over instantaneous. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Queen and Crescent Route. Shortest and Quickest Line Texas, South -- 1,050-poun- Orleans, Florida, South . PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! irT.Trfrr"1artr,5 Diss?JS Pn?bSt Wed-nesda- 5 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. or any Farmers in want of Flows for breaking other rough ground will ilnd tho Plow all Plows for sueh work, they are almost have various kind of plows and indistructiblc. at all kinds of prices. suit any that will have a few give our assortment an investigation. Sulky Plows will sell at very low prices. -- WEAKEN & MENEFEE.' M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, & STAGG, Mimical IUHlrneuienta, $2 000. CALESMEJUj MfANTEn l'All. Gilcher Bros, will shortly begin the erection of a neat oneatory building on 31 Permanent potltlon? i?iurantHvl with SAL A' street, opposite the postoflice to be used by Any deAXO KXVKX8RH termined man can succeed with us. Peculiar E II. Fox as a photograph gallery. to beginners, titock com pie to, IncludDriiKB specialities. Ouflt tree. Donald McKay'd Warm Spring Indian ing many Chemicals, Auiireu at onco. iniunmupiiwrij Paints, troupe will be at the Opera nouso Wednes ItUOlVX BltOTllEltN, OHa, (18S) Nurserymen, llochester, N. l . day evening, Mr. Guy Emerson, the ad agent, is here to day putting up bills. vance NATIONAL BANK, Mr It. M. Phillip, of Jessamine coun- CITIZENS ty, who has been in Texas since last NoOF LAMJANTKU, BY, vember, is In town on hia way home spend9135,000 00 ing a few days with his brother, B. F. Phil- OAPITAIi - - Stanford, Ky. TolmccoN, ill' I3A.Xil3ItS IN Wlucn, Wall Paper, BookH, Iilquor Sliitlonery, iKnrn, HoapH, Lamp, Perfumery, Fire Arms, Pocket Cutlery, Bfacliln Needle. Genuine C. O. Salts in Bulk at Wholesale ami retail. lip'. L. B. Fields shipped to day to Lexington, his e table of racing stock to be trained for tbe next races, The animals are Cas-al- . .i - Some of our correspondents send ua many personals of unimportant people, the knowledge of whom interests nobody, not even tho persons mentioned as they never see them. We dislike to cut lotlera, but our space is too valuable to fill up with euch matter. Piease bear In mind that we never want any Item simply "to fill up." We have always dead loads of material to fall back on. t Rey, Dr. Brondus, of Louisville, hav Ing Incidentally mentioned being fond of horseback riding, a purse of $125 was read ily msde up to buv n horse for him. . . Tl M 1 IH.i It ivev. r.o. x'oiitii was cm out lor n beggar. He started out Monday to raise $300 for the new windows for his church and other repairs and by noon Tuesday he bad good subscriptions and cash to cover the full amount. Pretty good work and pretty liberal people! This Bank: solicits accounts of lndltlduals. firms and corporations. Its facilities lor making lu all parts of the Uulti-- States, aro un. surpassed, and cutoaiers aro at .all times granted Walker, O'FallUe and O'Fallus by any reasonable- accommodations they see proper to ask. We beg to offer our serTlces to tbe cltl-ae- ni Harry O'Fallou; Lumlee by Miser and Ven-isot neighboring counties, without Banking by Virgil. facilities, and assure them that any businosi sent Mr.Gforge II. Ilocker, of Parksville, us shall at all times haio prompt and faithful atnnd Misi Mary Oozatt, daughter of Cip-tai- tention. J.tcooCozttt, of the same place, was ti n m Ji JW1 " VK 99 t5111ty ,W, "M mm 'Vv i W3W7"rl f,MCm sv, K.r",l V4UI . . L-- J' r JMIM H lmr PHARMACISTS. -- DIULBBJIN- Drugs, Books, Stationery and married Wednesday evening at 2J o'clock. J. M. UIQGINBOTUAM, R. v, Joseph Ballon, of Stanford, was the LEWIS V. LKAVKI.L. 30KL J. WALKER, J. W.L03AN, officiating minister. Mr. and Mrs. Ilocker, J 8. JOHNSON, T. M. ARNOLD, L. 1'. UUB11LE, the evening of their marriage for n left on U. O.MULUNS. J03. SlMPdON, week's visit to friends in Indianapolis and Washburn, Illinois. Fancy Articles. Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded, All L, JEWELERS. Tho Largest Btook of "Watohes, Olooka, Jewelry and Silverware Brer bought to this market Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice and Warranted. OPPICEUS: on Another Legislature is election of a Senator. Camden lacks 7 the voe of an election and the opposition is bmer, iu Wes. Virginia. dead-locked J. M. UiaOINBOrHAM.PREJT. LEWIS V. LEAVELL, J. V. aANDIFEU, CA8UIER, B. F. HUD30N, TELLER. D93PsaWtTvfSUn C(4lsil5v-fVi4 isi Immm!' A Him moi watts' VAji ... ja. - J .iQ .. "V 'f Tlr JS& W'SH KVA-- - J?iTZj jjJMspi-say- s tiMiii'iii m V.I.i..nSM- - -' - 11 M Mt mm 'm'm'i'H' HC ,1 fy.wi ,,',;! ,,. ii.ijjw uiiuipihi suiif"""? i miii miii ii mini , PiaUMi) ii'iiniilllll iiiiii i I" j II I ' 'i ' ' '"' ifnw' y ft Stmi-fflBttUBlnteri- or loumal AKCTIC MIMALS. METHODS, OF HUNTING EMPLOYED BY THE MUTES OF ALASKA. J 1w K LftJ". We Gavtmorahip of Aentucir. FLORAL The conleet for the Gubernatorial noml UntilU of tho Seal Summer Hporti Tho WHEN GRADY WAS STARVING. GUIDE nation warms up a, the lime for the final CUliisliiriis of tlm Walrus Tim l'olar decision drawn near. A feature of that In the Karlr Life of tlm llrll-Hun- t Now reaty, ronUlna J Colored Pistes, hundredat of ItHour In II U Icy HnMtatlon "sVhlto Incident . .... !. . .. flair i contest manifesting iieelf more and more Journalist. . Whulc-iully m timemorei on apace, is truly to be It fs just about teu years ago no, it'i r iivi" Nature nyonis to havo provided certain cloven that Grady nrrivexl in Washington, deplored. The feature ia the outgoowth of UVl.M w"rVlhiiltri:il, lM.ANTH.isndtiook OtHix) on Lancaster street, next door to on his way from Now York to Atlanta, a hyper11ils office. Office hours from 8 to 12 A. can I nrociiml. with frkesof rcb.10 cents may mallei been animals peculiarly adapted to tho an unfortunate dispute which bating very hungry man. As ho says hlmsolt in free on receipt nf 10 cents, and ttw borean region, and eminently fitted to ntlonl at. and 1 to 6 r. si. Aneathetlci administered whet) from Hie first onler sent in. Every 'one Inter llSt-lyr-.J submitted to the arbitrament of arms, w a austcnauco to tho raco who have to withstand telling tho story: "I had boon to Now York necessary, ted In a garden, or who tiealrrs rood, fresh seeds, to sock employment s a corroApondonb for should have this wotk. We refer loth in lllnna wrw finally settled and forever, almost a quarter tho oxlgeucitw and sevcro climatlo changes bsve used our mk Uuy only Vtck's Beeds at Uetyl of an Arctic zono. Tho principal animals Tho Herald. Mr. Bennott had appointed quartets. of century ago. What wss our opinion JA.tll VJCKs HBKIWMAWi inhabiting tho waters of northwestern Alaska mo tho corrwpondont for Tho Herald at a Itochmtrr, I. T. THE TUOKOVOIIIIRKD or yours at that time, is a question wbicS arc tho various members of the seal family. good salary for tho states of Georgia, South Carolina and Florida. I did not liko to ask now concerns no one; and whether we (toed Dn-in- g tho winter the seals, rising on tho surHOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL in the ranks with the gallant Southron and face, strike ngainit tho thin young ico and him for nn advance; in fact, I gnvo him to inak n hole. Through those holes they understand by my maimer that I had n fought for our honest convictions, and let, ockctful of money. But, as n mittcr of crawl upon tho smooth surface and lio hleep-in- g MAHUVIH OF ADKMNi:. or whether we walked side by side with the at tho brink. In tho early spring tho fact, I had so littlo that when I got to noblemen who championed the caute of first gllniptt of sun Induct them to forsako Washington I had nothing loft except CO This fine Hull will stand the eeaton now - ''liberty and the Union, one and insfpera their watery homes, and to bask in tho vrarm cents nnd my ticket to Atlanta. my stable on the Lancaster Tike, one E. H. BURNSIDE, "Well, I know that it was a long way tc rays soonw to niTord great pleasure, to theso th hair mile from Hlanford Court House, ae) ble,"and triumphed, or whether we fought amphibious creatures. When lying In theso Atlanta, nnd that I would bo apt to bo bun season, wl'h tho pri?llrge ol bredtng the cow until tho cow proves in calf. Monoy due wheu cow Thin at all, should be no question na to our fipositions the hunter crawls ti)Oii nil fours In gTler oven than I was then before I got Old Wo 11 - Known is first served. home." I said to myself: '.Shall I spend nil nes for Governor or for any other office na stealthy a manner as Maniuls of Adeline's aire, Herbert, his sire MnintainB it Hotol square meal Apollo and I)m lmorled cioutberu lleau- When, after a gale, tho ico is broken up this money now on ono good-bwithin the gift of a now united and paace High Roputation, Irt or shall I sjicnd it in bits on my way down' into small leads n net mado of stout seal Marnuls of Adllene'a dam, Adeline, hei aire martel ol purity, ful people. nerrr Tarlea, Tblst AND hido i.s stretched across tho chasm, and tho I concluded finally that, inasmuch ns no one strength powder wholevinieness. A More economical liuportcl Uncle Tom dam Iiiiorlrd Ijdy Ushand NotwithMandine the appeals which these seals rising to Mo a-- becomo entangled In tho of tlio littlo bites I might get on tho way than tho ordinary kinds, and can not be sold er. For further particulars as to pcdlgrco soo 11.. Its Proprietor it Determined that homo would glvo mo oven temjiornry satis- competlton with the multitude of low, trat .ihon it 8ha.ll be tiecond to no Conntry facts flintild make, and do make, to the in meshes. A itliin tho last decado brooch loadThis Is a very fino young Hull from a relebrat-e- l by tho Mutca faction, I had bettor spend tho whole 60 weight alum or phosphite powders, boulonly la ing flivarms havo boon Hotel in the State in iti Fare, family ol milkers including tbo row Lcho, tbe enns. ltoriL IUkino l'mrnaa (V, of Kentuckians, thic "mnrtinl" fn hunting, but previous uel telliRcnce cents for tho biggest meal I sould get and to their Introducgreatist of hirday; her owner having rclusod fU, 10A Wall turret. New York Appointment!, or AttenUOO for hrr. sentiment promises to be a factor, and a tion BtK'urs mado with copper or Iron head then hold out its lcst I could. So I went tion to Comfort of cattle have taken tbe The Holsteln-rrelsls- n into an eating house and said to tho proprievero iM, the frnmo for carrying tho sjiear strong one, in the selection of the standard their Oneiti. lead aa tbe best for the family, ami a cross with SITUATION WASTED tor: 'Givo mo ns much to eat as you can fur To verv fine animal, I the tiliortborn vroducta our party in the spproaching being carved from walrus Ivory. lino Ls tho SO cents.' He did so, nnd I ato it I nover bearers end of tho sjtenr a long coil of nl will buy all the mat ralvrs tTgotteti by this will bs eoaveyed to sad from la n Hy a yousg Isdr. who holds a first grade certi Kentucky Slate Convent! n. Bull at gocd plcis ticlvUFd at wnnlng time. to which nt intervals bladders of tho nto so much in my lifo before or since. free of charge. Npsrlal aeromnodatloat ficate and is roiaiwtent to tforli Muilr, either as II'. if. Mll.I.lUt, "On the strength of that meal I went an KOTrrnoss or teacher. Addrira T. M. W rare to Commercial Traveler. Tbe liar will For Governor, Orn. Simcn Blivar Ruck seal nro fattened. In theso ways tho hardy lfO-lanforil, Ky. always supplied with tn choicest wo got to Danville, where we l.NTkatoa Joi'snal, htantorJ, Ky. ner moves upon the work of the parly m nallveri hunt the animal which ntforils them nil right until brands of Lleaors aid Cigars. not only food, but nlso oil for their lamps were delayed for somo reason three or four the hero of Fort Dottelson, as brave a ro'-d- ier and hides for their clothing. When tho Icy hours lKyond tho schedulo time. This delay, LVMHEIt. as drew a aword fcr the "lost canoe" wind suix-iover tho frozen expanso of sea, of course, I had not reckoned on. After I hare for sale all dlmenlona ot seasoned yela whilo wo gv.t started again, how over, and and as able a general a ever led a "forlorn carrying with it small pellicles of snowthnt, Contractors or par-ti- e iwplar bkln liko chargo wo got on all right so far as the train was low wishingframing materia I. it to their Intertst to bay will find hope;" and he tiwyes with a following o' striking tho face, cut thosnow mUt aenvelop concerned all the way home. But I suffered KENTUCKY CENTRAL B of shot, when fo and to call on me. !' IlKllt. which any man should be proud, but this tho land.cnpe, n lluto hunter lias to Htanlord, Ky, tho tortures of Tantalus. I remember tliat 131.1m. brilliant military record does not nt him grit nuil nervo to faco conditions that no an old woman had got on near Danville with Louisville & Nashville K. R. n big, old fashioned cheoso box in hor arms. WM. ATRES, JiS. O.OIVKNS, "illtioGrHmi Ituu(o.,' for such high civic honors. Still the veter whlus man bus over yet dono. By and by, just as tho huuger began to tnlo Kotary Public. tux tiaxAT- sdmmek srur.Ts. an general is a true Kentuckian, a sound a good grip on me, sho took off tbo lid. It Shortest And Qui ok eat Route from Oeu In tho summer, when the ocean in again was her lunch lox. Sho drew out all sorts Democrat, an accomplished, honorable and tral Kentnoky to all PoinU North, THROUGH free from the grasp of tho iceberg, seals dis- of eatables, one after the other, and ato of East. West and Southwest. intelligent citizen and would do honor to a port themselves nt tho mouth of every each sparingly, throwing tho out of Fast Lin llstweea higher position even than that to which he stream anil rivulet In order to catch Ash or tho car window. Oh, how remnant TO TUE- exasperntlngly Then tho kynck Ls railed into re- tantalizing it was. I remomber most disseailcas. Sit Fifth Street, aspires. IsEXINOTON A CINCINNATI quisition. In this frail construction of skin Col. Q. A. C, Holt, the distinguished and and wood the hunter, launched upon tho tinctly a delicately browned chicken and a - ICY. (Schedule ia Effest May Ii, 1(16. beloved son of a section whose "people dur waves, Kiddlos quietly mid gently upon tho deep, dm k old fashioned pumpkin pie. That (I'Ji-l) Rooms 3 and 5, Croiate Block. wretched old aroman just tasted that chicken, WITH seal until within range. Naturally a very just nlbblc-- at that pie, and then throw the ing the late civil war were intensely southInquisitive animal, an imitation of tho croonKo.lt rest away whilo I sat starving in tho next WOOD WALLXCK, WITT COCII SAW. ern in their feelings," and himself a "gal' Xo., ing noise peculiar to the phoca) is sudiclent seat. "Washington Cor. Philadelphia RecPullman Palaoe Sleepers. Ki. Bun. Dally Ei. 8un lant Colonel of the Confederacy," promises to make a seal swim on tho top of the water ord COCHRAN, LouIhtIIIc to cut no ulv figure in this contest. Ha with Its lituul protruding, thereby Insuring a Lv. Covinf too.. S 10 ami 10pm; " Kalmoulh good object to aim at. Whistling Ls also re40 a ml 3 U pa to hnIitUIc, friends claim lor him that he was not only THE MODEL CHURCH. " S am 10 II p GENTS' FURNISH EKS, sorted to in attracting tho seal to Clio surface. McuiihlM, Arr. Cyntblana. . 11 U an 10 lOnta o Is n m Parts... a brave and loyal Southerner, but that 10 Tho variety of seal known as the "smooth Well, wife, I've foutij tbe uiudet churcb, "LilnjtooM. n 10 p m)ll pm 6 10 pu Atlanta, SIS, 4th tjtroet, gained in the halls of legila black hair" Ls highly prized by tho natives And worihlp'J tbcr MeiitKOUicry, Lv. Pari. . 11 0 a m 10 4J p m. S tt pa throughout the territory of Alaska north of tion and a brief period as acting Liruten LIUlo KoLk, Aff' WIt.fcUr.1iaio p 4JM p It made me thick of good old limn, - - paill to mehraond. l 60 m.,.,....J, ,J is per Bfore my hslr wu gray, ant Governor, fits him in an eminent de the Aleutian islands. Its large hide forms Laurastar Mobile ami Sow OrlennH. i;-:m- . I b or pra I tho covering for boats and canoes, and alio Tbe meeting boute was finer built, auolor OOpaa cree for Governor cf this great State, and serves as boot soles entirely impervious to ago, Lvs, Illcbmond.. Tbin thT J 00 p ns . ,. we do not say the claim Is unjust, but mi y water. Saddle backs are rarely seen to the Only one change to points In Arr. . Hut tlien t found when I went in, ! tell as he fought, when it can in ns wire north of Point Hoie. These aro very handJl Uvlnston. It in not bnllt for ibo-r- . some and conspicuous animals as they He afiect bit worthinets or fitness for the posibasking In tho sun uon tho ice. Their Horm-BouiiTbe textoD did not Mt rae down, Ho. I .Me.lt t No.1 So many baring responded to my warning issution sought? color Is a deep chocolate brown, with a broad Am- - back by tbe door; ed sometime ago, and so many others appear to bo shaped band of msktng such an edort to discharge their taira, I Cpt. Thomas H. Hinea is credited extends white,tho Lack liko a saddle, which lie knew tbtt I wm old nd desf, UvlnjiUo. SOO am around the belly, bate concluded to exteDd th time tor advertising And ttw that I w.i poor, " tier ... lo tf if this with devising meant for, and helping to ef- and fromfrom jxcullar inorkiug thoy derive Lands until theStbday ot Tebruary tbts, bow-er- 8eek!ng home on tbe tin rales, road will receive Arr. lucbmond . . 11 4. aam tliLs touit hire betfn i Chrlitiio tain, special lie is positively the last eztensloa that I ran fect the escape from the Federal prison t their name. lor rates, routes Lv. Ilowlaod, He led me boldly through, 7 W ,.7.... possibly mat. M. JWXBk'EK, J.BhaximJocolnCouDty AC rtiee Agents of ibis Company " Lanmur - 111 m Forty years ago immense herds of tho Tbeloogslileofthat cowded church, Columbus, Ohio, of himself, five other sol lJO-tc.r.a.fMOUE.O.r.A.T.A. Arr. Klchnond -bulky, walrus might be seen dbqiorting in .. Louisville, Jty. To find pleisiot pew. diera and the martyred confederate chiefLv. IUebiaoo4 the waters of. the Dehring and Arctic seas. tain, Gen. John H. Morgan. The South Arr. WlncbwUr, -- ' 10 pm 700 am'. I with you'd beard the iloglog, wllr, Owing to the prices which their ivory tusks Arr farts... t 10sn IGlia ring; It bad tbe e em heart still warms to the bravo Captain were valued at hunting of these pinnipeds beCOMMERCIAL HOTEL 18S7. Lvs. LexInftOD 1 J p The preacher aald with trumpet toIc, I VI p m, 7 U a O) J i) pus or his part in this daring exploit, and ft t come a source of profit to tho whalers. As Lv Tarts ta S cv consequence of indiscriminate slaughter Let all tbe people sing : BY J. W. ADAMS, " Cynthlaoa. I St p ml 8 30 a r.j S sOpm S Ma m 4 17pm other valuable services rendered during tl e their numbers havo been sensibly reduced, - Kslmouth .. 'Old Coronation" ws the tune, 47 p osUOJa m 8 II pa - Arr. Oovlnftoo .. oo p ja H io a ml S iSpa "late unpleasantness," but that should not and except around Bristol bay mud riots and Tbe muttc upward roll'd, make him Governor of Eantucky. But he, upon Walrus island of the Pribyloff group Tt 1 1 tho't I heard the angel choir, I hare lately purchase.1 tbls hotel (sod have but few walrus aro now seen in tho Alaskan Strike all their harpi ol gold. MATaVILLX HBAN-JH- , too, like Gen. Backner and Col. Holt, made many ImproTcmenta in It. tens. s siyie, I intend to Keep eTerytniDg in away, other qualifications and these should My deafneaa art rued to melt There is iwrliups no animal in nature that and make only modsratecbargvs. Harper's Msgailna during 1U7 will contain a rfs.SI, Vo. Uf As I bar been on the road (or sereral years I novel of Intense political, aoclsl, and romantic in Uf tplrlt caught the fire; be considered if he ia to be regarded as appears to clumsy and so ill adapted to locoI Dally Dally know the wsnu of tra?c41n men, and I will make terest, entitiea "naraa1 a siory oi umiio life I Joined my feeble, trembling rolce, motion as this enormous brute. Upon lano gubernatorial quantity. Ki. Hud. Ki. Baa 18C.1 yr. to stop wilh-me- . It to tbelr interest new novel, "en br Kathleen O'Moara: With that melodloui tbolr; tbey aro utterly helpless. When striving to W. D. HowelU; titled "April Hope," by Lv Covlncton. Bat there is another, last in our summ In my youthful daji, 1 00 p m And aang effect a landing upon nn ioo 11 oo or rocks Hkctcho," by Charles DudUy Warner, and " Uxlnjton. 7 M a u' 31 ry but uot least in the heuts of hia people, they use their fore Hippers to bold on by and Ileberra Hardlsg Davis, Illustrated by William "Let angel'i prostrate tall; S IS a m s so p ta American Industries" Hamilton (illon; '"ieat Arr MUlsriburs Bring forth the royal dUdetu, S 10 a a S a noble Roman among them all, a sturdy wait for tho "vsLstauco of each wave to hoist Dr It. T. Kly, i pr TO WHOM IT HAY CONCERN! ontlnuM. "rtoclal Sliidle." byl'roblem by com " CUrllsle... 01 a m S 04 pm And crown bleu Lord of alt." them up to the desired spot. In hunting tho further article on th iullway " Johnson. yeoman of brains withal, an intellectual I II s d walrus tlm ritle is used by the natives, but it " Maysvllls. latent writers; new aeries of lllustrstlons by I", A. 10 SO a in 7 40 p I tell you, wife, It did me good giant, honesty and integrity as rugged and wouiu be sate to say that within the past few This Is to certify thst Mr. Jacob Ottenheimer Abbey and Alfre.t Parsons; articles by K. V Ho, mn once more; To ilrg that by Nor8l Vo.lt no longer connected with the Lincoln Land and other attractions firm aa the "rock ribbed hills" whose neigh- years uot mora than a hundred havo lxen HocTit-BoniI felt like wine wrecked mariner .Dally Dally Co., that he la not authorial to contract tor tbe bor he is and whose friend he has proven killed between St. Lawrence island and Point iho-e- . TER YKa. hi. Hun.'Kx. Bun Who geta a gtympse of Company, or receive money for tbe ssmv , or to Barrow, owing to their shy nature. While 00 Lv II Harper's Weekly himself to be, whose undivided support he walrus ivory has so depreciated in I almoit want to lay ailde Msysvlli..,. 5 Ma nntlpB incur any obligation in the name ot the Company, Harper's Magsslne vnluotlmt 00 " Johnson....... fonu. 8 J7 a m, This weather-bvate8i p ra will carry with him into the Convention in it does not pay to bring it to this jwrt, n deor in any way to act or th same. " Carlls! 0O 7 It a hi 3 M p m Harper's lUiar. put. And anchor In tho bltoed " Mlllersburc ,. mv.UA nn, flowery month of Mjl That man ia mand has sprung up for tho hides, which the o. . 2 00 7lamiJS0pra Young 1'eople. KoreTcr frjm tbe itorn.. Arr larle,... S 10 a mi S IS p m President Unoln Land Co. Harper'a Franklyn fruare Library one year Hon. John D. Harris, of Madison county. havo been found to mako tho finest mid most " Ixilnston. ... 10 pm durable lenther for belting purposes. The IMin SAOOpra 1M. New York, !w. II, IMG. " Cjvlnjton . 'Tins nota flowery itrmoo, wi. 19 (0 (SI numbers) - . llSOam Senator Harris wa' not a eoldier, but lie Ubo of tho tusks tliat form tho appendages to simple goipel truth; But Harper's Hand) Atnlr Svrle' one year (S! asks nothing on this account. Were there tho wnlru-.- ' head U to enable the nnlm.il to It fitted huiub'o men like me; Numbers).. It 00 o dig for elunis and other shell IWi and also an advantage to be gained in being the p o It suited hopeful youth, "J '"Vi' except rjunday. Clnclttusll, other r. tho bulb rooU of sen weeds that nro to be To win immortal souls to CbrUt, sesfor of a model war record, he would found nt tho mouths of tho numerous small .... Direct conn O iifn.k... Postage Ij 'a'l subscribers Its the t'nlted ChesatHakeA Ohio lar m Tbe farm st preacher ttbd; s cheerlully waive it. HU friends bring hiui streams nnd creeks tliut flow into the Arctic. Ml. HtorJlnic. Attilaud and Cauadi. He Ulkt-- uot of lituiMlf, or eratil, Huntfnton, CharlMtoo, W. Vs., and VasUrn before the people upiu h'n record ai a ruu, WItALU AND nUAK. Hut Jf tin CUCillKl. lili 'the and propose to live cr die by the decision Ti vo'u a m of thi Mitialai Iteglu Winchester ,.,B' Schools cf whito whale liclugn, or gramsoeu of esrh year Solid Trains, with "ullman S!eplnK Cars betweo- Nii'aK'is fur June and pusare the first of tho cetacean family Dear widths loll will won; Beor, of that people. They point with no limit no lime Is iirclslitil, salwcrlpthms will IrIh When " Tho victory soon be S.ih!nfror!,M'J' V' that apiwur along tlie Alaskan Mioixx when SB with the Numtwr curisit at tlut of rcrelpt of ed decree of pride to liiit record at a Sent Tbe shining Un.l Is Just alien J, order. the ice begins to break up. Their gleaming t0 O liound Volunnsol Usriwi's Mufaaln, ter threv Our race Is nearly run; lor in the laat Legislature uf Kentucky. white color U fcMiibly WMblt- - ft they graceO yem back. In nwtdith lil'tillng. lll Iw stent by a Wr're bearing Canaau'H happy shon-- , They inviie h careful survey of his bii'i fully t'.i" dark gnvn wan i of the sea. malt, iolpld, on rmtpl est is 00 wr volume p m Oar bom to blight tml fair: Following th ia' pack .ls it ilrilN to north Cloth L'ax, for blu4lii(, SO (ruts MMUs-- by msll, nesj career frjai the beginning of an lion a (!n.Pa. Aiccut, d.a.iiklbv, Agent Ul KMtplll Ti.v. I'sm, Thank Oml. wo'Il ncrer eln Kin; tli . ! the i nnd west, seem to I ho .Mpliatwllcal, An orable and useful life, and fear not n IikIhi to Hariiei's Mastaa ii. Ihcri'll lie no sorrow tbnej H ' lxw-lunII. B. IIUNTiNOTDN' ItoesslTer. th ir gigantic brothers, the alytli ai, ami Clasilfle.1 lur tiiliiinee I to Til, R suit. Tliey challenge the strictest exaiut in litATtn abore where a'l Is lore, one vwl , v.luilo bnl'i'iu, in their passage to the Irom June, )bU, tu Juur, Uterl tint m, Cotljjtoa, Ky. Q Svn, Cloth 31.00. There'll be no sorrow tin r. pr nation into Lis standing as a democrat, u ' rortiiorn waters. In hunting tliOM whito lliiilttADcn abou d be maleliy I'.mUI11i Monc whaleti tho natives on Kotzelmc sound disey Onler or Draft, tn avol i haiica of loss hi expect to profit thereby. They pit him Arnica Salve Bucklen's rn play great ingenuity. A Jleut of kyucks ll.ls idvertiseniflDt Nrwssier are net In 13 ai'ainjt the bravest soldier of them nil for spread iuu n ujinicfrcle inclows the tchool, without tneeifna order of Harper . A Brothers. HEWPOftT NEWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLEV Toe beat Salve in the world lor CuU llruls O tll(Ollli.lt-New i urk Addrts HAlifhllA O true bravery, for uiequaled courage. Cour BinduaHyilrivuigtIieuirriglited li into shal- Sores, Halt Rhaum, 1'evnr Sores, Tetter, Chapped d-D -low water, until, being unable to oscaiw by Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all bkln Eruptions, thi: age to do right; courage to faithfully ti reason of grounding upon tho bench, they fall and positively cures files, or no pay required, I, cbarsc a duty; courage to maintain toe 5 Z 'easj victims to tlto sjenr or har'Hxias of Is guaranteed to glvo porfrcrVallsficllon, or money and honor of this grand old CommonOHIO ROUTE their hunters, On tho const to tho north refuuded. Fnco U cents per box. For sale by r1 Y THE Herein of tho sound tho lillo again serves us a Pouny A MeAllster. wealth as her chief executive. o 9 a should be the guidlngatar, shining over the weapon to kill tho beluga. Whito whalo Iicntuckj'M Itotilu Hunt o Interesting Experiences. blubber lesemblos limburger cheeso in taste, political manger in which liea the child whilo the flesh, Ifofacnlf, is tender mid palatVOB Hlrain Ometon, Fmnlture Dealer of Columbus, a WashinRlon, Philndolphla and cf promise of Kentucky democrac. able. Tho fins 'when boiled and covored G.i,, tells his exporlonce thus: 'Tor three years remedy on tho market for StomNow York. O No diepatagement whatever U meant to with vinegar are nn excellent suhotituto for have tried every Disorders, but got no relief, unpigs' feet. Tbo only line running ach and Kidney the other gentlemen, either of whom would Urfciis Americanusor tho whito jolur lear til I used Electric Hitters Took five tattles nnd LTUMAS NKV SIsLIH'IMl I Alts t3SsjgslT'" V Wpjylxi Jc!i!fcaPSn5 no doubt make a good Governor, but Sena 13 also n footl supplier for tho Mutos. The am now cured, and thluk I'lectrlc' Hitters tho best o AXIS 1 tor Harris, we are brought to believe, would extent of bruin's travels In tho Arctic region Bloid Purifier i'l tho world." Major A. B. Heed, Ms med Hitters for ail believing so, nro far mid wide, Oliservutions by Copt. of West Liberty, Ky,adictlonElectricsays: "Noth O make a far better. Honestly and A SOLID Ucaly, of th" Tnlted States revenue marine, old standing Kidney o s weeball labor in season and out for hie prove tho fact that the jolnr bear's southern lux has ever done mo so much good as Electric KROM Louisville, Oinoinaati & Loxiuton. Kt nomination; but, should thie fail, we here limit of range is St. ilnthow island (CO de- Hitters." Hold at SO cents a bottle by I'cnny A to Washington (Jitj, cheerfully and faithfully pledge our hearty grees, 60 minutes north latitude) fn tho lleh-rin- g McAllitcr. t bsllevothat a fowof theso liea. Connecting In tbe ssme depot with nominee, who were seen somo years ago near tho bears and earnest support to the. A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. Seal FaBt Trains for Now York. ever he may be, satisfied in the conviction Islands, Probably the season was a lato ono, Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between we eei llslljr . The Direct Koute to thoy were seen ujioii a large ico iloo Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with trme.ly four II is tin that the party of the people, the democrat and Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia la taaal sncl to us Ivl Gcnoct Ik .Lw'i'tirti DSTR, drifting. At St, Mathews tho jiolnr boars a cough aj that he was unablo to sleep, and was Ul'A.Ni'OItl), KY. hiid North Carollua Poluls. i.ltet. l TU 1c parly, knowj, and will direct all for the Wchtre jfASJBVOasraDU havo lairs and dens among th iwky glens Inducod to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consal UVJ sMe, sndla toll rbotlJcr. Tor tickets and lurtbor lntormatlou, everr cs. I; csuMOlrltwri. London Leader. M. T. Craft in fevV heir, your ne'ircat ticket offlco or uldrnss v,' W.ifon that diversify that islund. htsileassturctlcD. It not only gavo him inttant relief, roe, (loncral Agent, Loxlujtdn, Ky. Vrdsnlbytk In summer tho hairy coat of tho polar sumption. tbe extreme sorenoss in his breast. Alestt A I.UL, W- WALTON, but allayed lcar turns to n dingy yellow, and its pelt His chlldreuwre similarly aflccted and a single IjJllTiti Clesfcil . lludtoa.N. Y. One of hia enthusiastic admirers eays( BBBsV ClnHnnatl 2d Vice President. then becomes useless. These bears aro arOcn'l l'asi'r A' "Gen. Buckcer feira nothing not even rant cownnh, and will uot attack anyone doso had tho same happy effect. Dr. King's New OhlorW Jrtl J by Diufjlitv, Louisville, KV. now the standard remedy In the 1 1.00. Is publlehrd every Tuesday and Friday at the It's only when the atill, email, six unless thcro aro two or three in company. Dlicovery ls death." low priennf Coleman household and on board tho schooner. voice of Simon Bolivar, Jr., As soon as thoy scent a man approaching months'-ol- d Trlil Dottles of this Standard I'.emedy at fearlesj pa hustles. -- they run away as fast as they can. There Pecny A McAlister's Drug 8tore. breaka 6ilenco that his . . nro but few records of n bear killing any IjHE P. HUFFMAN, doli-aicniur-- t ESTER'S Glasgow News. nativo along the northwestern coast Tho Oil cures all aches and pains. Green's I'.'ectric 'rl,,r-B"- i "ml only i.iuiino'. Mutes nro very partial to whito liear meat, For sale by Mcltoborts A Stagg at 60c. 13 IV O. I fc birds in the car but tho blubber thoy reject and ovon tho There are 2,500 trained (Srcen's Golden llalni, sure cure for Catarrh at ' "" "' STANFORD, KY. dogs, unless they uro very hungry, turn up r'.er pigeon service at Paris, whioh take dis their noses nt tho oily mass. It Ls almost nn APER. 4 lilchr.trr I'lirmlral ., . Boutti side Main Htreet, two rtoori h i (Ifflce , ,.. .. ""ViirfUiM-.nuurr.riilladii, pilcfiea in and out of the capital in the impossibility to obtain an entire skin of any OI' ALL C'LiSSKWe need the money due us lor suiscription anu low rnn Myers ttoiei. ter. '' they are kind of bear. Tho Mutes throughout the would be cllljcd to all In arrears to remit at TUl Z .,U Pum Nitrons Oilde Gas 'iMl-ilir J".n roughest weather to wherever For sale by Dr. .M.L. DOUHNK, Nontly and Choaply Exooutod. rt'iulret. territory cut oiT tlio head nnd claws and once. to go. -- cither throw them into tho sea or running water o cLso bury them in tho ground. Tub-idono to enablo tho hunters to kill mora bears, and tho idoa Is that if tho other bean sco tbo heads or claws of their dead fricndi thoy will leavo tho district. San I'ranclscg Chronicle, s DR. W. B, PBNNY, Fjtuniordi DKNTI3T, ICtMit uolcy. yssHslaSBaaaaaab;GfV:, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Still at POWDER Absolutely Pure. Propr io-vsi- y jf d, 1 iisa-faa- e l.'7-lm- tl -- pos-xg- a L.&N. -- I. A M AYRES& GIVENS, TUUNKJLlNli ATTORNEYS AT LAW, IOUIHVIJOIE, y SOUTH & WEST Botrru-UotrK- WALLACES, :pi. IHsa lllpti LOUISVILLE, KY. " TAXES FOK 188G Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ltre... . v. er, f-.ru- .ll OOata.,,1 "mt,, I ,, IF ! McKIWNEY, KY. HARPER'S MAGAZINE. ..., ILLTJSTBATED. pos-eew- crsi-cia- is Ii . p, lllpa tt n 1 Har-er'- a L"tln rilo-iiar- ,. r 1 f,-- 1 a o '-- 3 d.T,&'fn.ehKk,J "ffftnr, "' ' df d a c lf, 1 li-- ! a s SEMI-WEEKL- p P mmi THAIN 4 lt Interior Journal P. 15 : I E9 Fro'r. BBBBBBBBSJ two s ii:i: yimij. S- PENNYROYAL PILLS la a rwr.iicu f h yllHGEOW I T TOIB X733FtIS. ii.fii.i "t,", nmt Liu-li.- ",r,,yi taught kV aC-, 3, M,rf t '. ..1 .y... Ill, "!Xf2