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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887020101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi weeklo titefiot & VOL. XIV. v STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1887. NO. 199. NOTICE TO CREDITORS II. K. TAYLOR, but three skifts of snow. The two Reasons 47. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUN1Y, LINCOLN COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE, OP TIIE I have been here we have had plenty of OfLOOAN COUNTY, It a Candfdate ortheofflca Thomas Proctor was sworn in Satur- Dive Alcorn, who recently lost everyofSuperlntendent of ruhllo Instruction, subjict rain-fal- l and fair crept. Water Is day evening as town marshal, COMPANY. to tb Democratic Htate Convention. thing he had by fire, conlltgrated again on LINCOLN LAND We have but two runand pure. Mr. Henry Broughton, at Pine Hill, Tuesday, but got off with lose of a portion FnbUttheil Tueattau and Friday ning alreams in the county. The water is haTlng debts ajalnit tha Lincoln Alt D waa granted a pension iMt week. j,T of his roo'. drawn from wells mostly by wind pumps. land Comoanr are reiueited to p reioni mem v Sale The prospect for a good run in the Tne weather is still beautifully W. Alcorn at nil omce In BUnfonl, Ky capri- J S3 l'XinANNUM, OAHII. Those who are not able to put up pumps tanbark business this season is flattering. ci. ij.iticiiAitn, cious. But this is not the point. A favor. President. I offer for sale privately In Stanford, Ky., a rery draw water with bucket, rope and pulley. understood If ws credit thalll.W will be The Furniture Company are putting ite lunder, and one over which, as far as I ?.'!,U,bi8 residence with seren ro.tus and porch' Our echoot-hoiiHs- s are yet small, but there an nddition to their buildings for paint and demanded. well of water at tho door; stable, smokehouie, know, nobody has been killed, L contained Ac. About an acre of ground In the lot. For la a good atteudance and we have only one Unnt, Ac, apply to shop purposes. in the illustration ol a woman's temper by It. G. Afjl'OItD, church, the Methodist, built by the people 1M- W. P. WALTON Agent for J. It. Allord. The Gentry boys, eight in number, are just such days as the last most pestiferous generally. The Presbyterians, Hiptlstand the champion rat killers, In a war on the tarn ditty opening an elegant line of Fall MilliFridny. I scorn the figure. ner, Including all United Brethren hold serviced there. The rodent Thursday and Friday thoy destroy Woodson Ellis, a highly esteemed citiSomething of a Kansas Town. IS organiz ed 100 Christian church has not yet fully zen of Ciscy, died at hij home Wednesday Tho Latest Novelties of the Season. To the Editor ol tlio Interior Journal ed, although we have meeting twice a Some person here ask if one is called night of pneumonia. He leaves n wife and MT. VERNON, KY. Also Notions, such ai Handkerchiefs. Collar! GuEKNSBiJim, January 25. I have been month. We will ("fleet an organlzition the a moonshiner for making illicit liquor, B9ven or eight children, tbe youngest only and G'uIR, Kucblotf, Cornets. Bustles, etc. You 6ml-le- y a description of our town third Sunday in February. This old and reijUMtfil to Kite n will find me at the rnotn lately vacatol by We have se what is be called who uea Hotel la still u! A A Warren, next door to tha Myers House. a.few hours old. I understand the survivfine reputation. Charges and country In general. In the first place cured the services of Elder T. D. Rroadus, reasonable. KATE liUiiltKUAIl. Special attention to the traveling ors ore comfortably provided for Wife public. I will say tint we rwe tho most projrrss-ir- e formerly of Garrard county, and we anticiBill IVtse'a countenance is somewhat and infant reported doing well. dim P. A'f?IIWllf l. Kansas, pate a good meeting I will any in conclutown of it nip In Biuthweat 8W!m MtTVernoKV. difiured and is out ol the ring for a few Cjle Carpenter is one of our most in- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. The town of flreeunburg was orRanunl in sion that that the people ol Grecnsburg and days. Mountain dew and too free n use of dustrious and enterprising farmers, but Hsntimber. 1S81. with K. M. Urown an vicinity are church-goinpeople as a his tongue c nisei.' the wreck at the hands of his solicitation, we a con'panled V. K. "nibstrangely wedded to routine in business. bleAt Versailles, Ky., to examine the Hedge A to secretary gentrit thing. I have known them to come president, Cip. il. H.Pttten as one of our citizens. For instance, he wtnt to the field tho other Wire fences constructed by the represents.Hedge We Co., which Mr. Trlbblo and Thomas Disk vies president, and the 12 and 15 miles to Sunday school and They had a little picnic at Pine Hill day and resolutely shucked a barrel of corn, Fencestbe fence Just as tepresenUd la erery found It is in Kiowa county, on church; and it will not be very long before Saturday. Lum town laid out nod we Jones, James Baker and and was afterward caught hauling it home consider being absolutely st ck proof the farmsalso on It highly ornamental to the K. P.& W. railroad, 115 miles weal of we will have a place to worship God sc Mat Winstead "mil with his buggy horse hitched to a hand- which they are construcud. Wo find upon enhid a little set-ttime has a pop cording to the dictates of our own con Wichita and at the present quiring the Company are perfectly responsible lor The Photographer, fiste'," in the good old fashioned style No cart. all their contracts. We take pleasure In recomulation oil ,'.200 souls. It hw the natural sciences. I have not written half; I could mending the Company and their lence to all In seriously hurt. No arrests. one Old friends frequently inquire: "What need ottenclnit. A. W. Hmitii. resource, the locstion, is surrounded by write a week; have not said a word about A. V. CaRPX.tTKi, We are told by a number of farmers has become of 'Brown's Dick?'" He is all C. L. Caow, 13. t. Uovkk. deep, quick and fertile toil and contains the business that is done here, nor the rap J. M. Show. . I! . . from some portions of the county that .I.Li - C.!l! io uiveri me uoctor Irom riKuithe right kind of inhabitant. The town id growth of the town in buildings and wheat is doing &s well as could be expected tho cheerless paths of celibacy, Dick took MACK BUUCE'S was named after I). It. Grten, formerly of other improvement. I will any it is simand prospects are good, and others say tho a blooming bride and turned his attention Harrodsburg, Ky., the then proprietor ef ply enormous. For fear of taking up too Mado crop is badly damaged. We understand to literature, theology and politics. He the Cannon It ill Huge Line. Fortune has much of your valuable time and spaco in Buggy & Implement House. that at least one half of the corn crop of will be heard from when native genius has smiled upon the little city from the rery your excellent paper, I will close by saying the county is yet ungathered in tbe field. had time to become appreciated. outset and it is hard to predict what the that if any of my Kentucky friends contemCash Kaiuuins Granulated eugar, 14 One of the most fantastic tricks of tbe I hare now . Greens-burgfuture has in store for her. The nesreat plate coming West, I say come to pounds for $I;C sugar 1G pounds for $1; eventful postal service wm witnessed on the railroad point at the time the town was You will find my latch etring on tbe beat prints 0 cents per yard, other gradee C. S. a few days ago. The mail bags, A Full Lino of Whoat Drills nnd started wan Kinsley, .10 mtlei north, on the outside of my door to welcome all who may In proportion. I want to make room for thrown off at MoroUnd while under way, othor Agricultural Implomonts, direct thoroughfare south; and the western come. Yours fraternally, spring goods and must have money to buy landed on the rail; the wheels of the flying emigration aa wall as the Kinley southern THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Jamfk II Stephens Besides a them with. All persons owing me on ac- train passed over them and our impetturb-abl- e traffic pissed through the town, giving it its Somtthinq He forgot. counts or notes must come and eetttie. L. postmistress nesrly lost her wits in her first boom. tf B. Adams. And the Louisville When Mr. Jenkins went to bis attempts to distribute that mail with accu- Fall Line ot Baggies and Wagons The town company commerced at once Mrs. Matilda Mathis, a widow living racy, at half past one it wm with the determito erect what was called then substantial Courier-Journ- al nation of going to sleep, an 1 with another on Skaggs creek, whose husband was killed The two Misees Denton, of Garrard, Always on hard. In connection with my Im-- . smoke-housbuildings, sT 12x11, a smill-stis- d plement business, I will also carry a determination that he would cot be inter three year? since, had the misfortune to are spending some time at Sam Bout's, One year for only 83-t- wo for a Lincoln county farmer, but it pspors for llttla Complete Stock of Lumber, viewed by Mrs. Jenkins. Boas eoon as he lose her house by fire a few days since. Dud Cowan and Doo Carpenter paid us a more than the price one. was a large home compared io the sod had entered the door and deposited tbe Nothing wm saved from the burning build- flying visit and were heard of subsequently Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as shinty on the claim. Streets were laid lamp upon tbe dressing table, he commenc- ing. The neighbors and our town people at John Dinwiddie's. Mils Dollie WilSrf,.BBn,,3y?w,u reoelTO year out, trees planted, wells dug and furnished ed his Low as auy one. fi..0m.,.ipper wlth th Courler-Journ- "rone have contributed liberally towards putting liams was home several days looking bright speech: fei,"Te.I!5w.,'M,Perof thetfouth, with wind pumps to meet the demands of a tariff for revenue only, and tha" best "I locked the front door. I put the up another house for the poor woman and and happy. Miss Kate Hunn, of Shelby I solicit a share ot your.'patronage. Respectfully, ""est tatnlly in the Omt the rapidly increasing population and traf-fi. H. BRUCE. who desire to chain on. I pulled the key out a little bit, her children. is at Dr. Ed Hood's. O. M. Giyens is City, lamnlfl copy of the The nsw' city began to attract attsn-UoT i "tSla James Catron and family, ol Level nearly ready io return to Georgia with a the dog is inside, I put the kitten out. men came, saw and Invested. In the emptied the drip pin of'the refrigerator, Green, left for Mexico, Mo , Sunday. Mies of extra nice mules. fall of 1381 tha talk of the couoty teal beThe cook took the silver to bed with her Huber Turner, of Loulsyille, accompanied My apology for not coming to time clrcu-latgun, and In December a petition wm I put a cane under the knob of tbe back by Mrs. L. A. Nield, who has been on a last week is this: Enraged at certain stricThou shall ko to IlOVIlK'8 for all thy and sent to the Lsglslatare, with H . Christmas Gxxli. hall door. I put the fastenings over the lecturing tour in the northern counties of tures in & Patien ud A. Waion as the represen- bath room windows. The parlor fire has the State, arrived here Saturday evening. rebelled. a former article, injured innocence Reason: B urne has Just received direct from Concert Grand, The social firmament shot fierce Hew York City the nicest and cieupcat lot ever tatives of the psopls of the then future Parlor Grand, to this neck on. I did not drink all the milk. It Mr. R. D. Sawder returned from Louisville, lightnings, the celestial light burned blue brought shalt buy tbe of tha wmkIs. medicines from Bourns. Tnou Baby Grand, county seat. The measure was opposed by la Reason: Boorno's goods are pure. Toy life is not going to rain. Nobody gave me any Friday, after a month's sojourn at that and the atmqsphere wm redolent of sulKinsley on the north and Cold' Water on too valuable to oa sacrificed bacauio of ioert no Upright Grand, meosage for you. I mailed your letters u place. Joe C. Brook, from Crab Orchard, phur. Feeling that disuler wm it hand edles. the south. They feared the restoration of 8a uare Grand. mother wm with K. L. Joplla from Friday till and bjlieving that would be able to get Thou shalt marry soon, very soon. this a hard town, aa got down lour Reason: Tbe goose bone marketh ola Klaw meant to cut off the yery beat of ,000 I up my own epitaph in mora satlsdclory winter, and Bourne's toilet article will make flnwt.nd0tS.,.,5ckofm0,t C"0fU,lr did'not call at tha office. Nobody died Monday. Elwanli county on the north and theebeauUful abota thy fallows. U thou dost A very intelligent Indian of th'e Chey- suspe man a stranger, i proceeded to irame not de.lre to marry, thou port desire to be envied we are Interested in. Did not hear of the south, which It did. At that PIANOS AND ORGANS of thy beauty- tbe a most pathetic record of the virtues of the because shalt go hunting and fishing. Bourns hu I wm very enne tribe, lectured at the Court-housa marriage or engagement. Thou tha January aeealon 1835 the bill to restore busy at the office making out bills. I have first ho hu delivered In Kentucky, Thurr-da- y departed. In fact, I wm mycelf 'Mtonished the materials. ?hT.e?,iMUJ,t'l0,tV eUy.' kr"T Instiument is old Kiowa waa defeated In tha Uousc an artist and prices range from Thou shalt have a baby, a fiddle, an accordloa. to hung my cloth oyer chair backs. I want and Friday nights to good audiences. at the number of good features .that adorn- violin strings, limps, frames, pictures, minors, 2S percent. lowertnaa other dealers ask for 10ths same goods. Persons ot musical nnd art cultura , warranteilswelry. The summer of 1SS-- wore away and set- a new egg for breakfast. I think that Is He wm a fluent speaker and his delinea- ed my character. But finding on uvu Monday Bourns nas tnosj aia me nunv iui v. the beautiful, .iST li .n '"Peetlon ofitllgMl thM caltt-- il tlers came Id by the hundred; rains were all, and I will now put out the light." tion of tbe manners and customs of his that r was not dead, I suppressed ihe letter, ever bmnght to Stanford. 19 the Thou sbalt keep lu mind that Eourne Is msn good and the county frequent; crops were Mr. Jenkins hit that he bad hedged tribe were very interesting. His view of and the symbathizing public was defrauded cleverest man (except . Cox) and the belt improved more than waa expected. By the against all inquiry, and a triumphant smile the causes of the various outbreaks of the of one of the most todeal with Tlie World-ronounKiinbe, tho Pa. obitu-rie- s "Rosea red, Tlolrts blufl. Influence of lion. K. E. Qillett, of King-Kin- , was upon his face m he took hold of the Indiau tribes were good, ascribing many of mous Decker & Son, tho royalar tt Shakespeare ever penned. Bourne's Is the place for you. the aid of the Banta Fe railroad was tbe half ot bis glories and fine goods In and tho Itellablo New England and sighted a line for the bed, them to tbe rascally agents sent out by the Our people were MtoundedJlby the in bate fact, been told the. not enlisted in its behalf, and at the special ses when he waa tartbquaked by a ringing government to see that the Indians get formation that W, H. Pianos, 8mith, our leading lion of January, 1SSG, the task waa again laugh and a querry from Mrs. Jenkins: their just dues in the way of goods sent by merchant, and regarded here as one of the The Celebrated Olongh and VTanen and undertaken, tbia time with more succeas, "Why don't you take cfl your hal?" the government to them for lands purchas- safest business men in the county, had the secretary, H. H. Patten, and A. Wat-em- , Puck. tne dotm Uliuroh & Co. Organs, ed of them, when the agents would sell the made an alignment. The work of invoic sparing neither money nor etljrl to merchandise at enotmous prices to the In- log, etc , is now in progres;1Jbut nothing nd' r6 comm,imca,e wliu u for catalogues, tera While Gov. Blnekburn was chief execuobtain the deired result, and on February dians, the very goods that belonged to haa transpired to give an inkling of the a. it. X) L. J. COOK, Spetial Ag'ts, Cspt&iu llindman came i'th the bill passed the Senate, with but tive of the State tbetn, and many things that went to show probable result. It is generally known Or ROSE B. RICUARIposVoffice.' waa re up to Frankfort to secure the pirdon of a thai the azents and the rlilrafl and three opposing vote, and Kinw that Mr. Smith transferred his businere Iteferencts.A. IS. l'enny, Mrs. E. M. Carpenfellow from his section committed to the ceived into the bright constellation of Kanter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and James Boax-leof civilizttinn, cause tho larger from Lancaster to this place about eight psnitentiary for a very grave offense. The Stanford; Mrs. Higgle Holmes. Crab Orch-arsas rouoliui with full power of (Jen. V. J. Landram and Miss Llrzlo lluff-maportion of the Indian troubles on tho fron- years ago. During that long period he ha? Lancaster, Ky. and the eclatmtlon,of a happy peo- Governor "couldn't see it," and tho Captain tier been busily engaged, doing a largo amount ple. Tint was n gila day for Ureenebtirr; returned home, leaving the prisoner thrre( of business, been in constant contact with Tuesday, Dr. Louisville Politicians. Hips decorated every luildinc, anvils fired and he is still there. On business men and achieved a reputation for Blackburn, sick as he is, with a malicious List week we referred to the venal eet nnd the pWudtt of the little city and cuun urbanity, ahrewdnew, integrity and relic Govtwinkle in his eye, sent a uiwaago to who run tho politics of Louisville and this try showed how hearty was the appreciasnyinc, "vou ought to do is the wty that two of the pipers of that bility of enviable brightness. All classes tion of the reitoratlon of Kiowa. Oa the ernor Hindtnan " Gov. Hindman is city come bick at u. Of course wo did with a reumkable unanimity eympath ze 11th of May it wis choen the icruinient that yourre'f, Jim OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W io his misfortune. It is always saddening be by msprity of TOO So tjreit now able to tinderstanl the ditbronce - not intend that it should bo even inferred to witness the failures of the striving. The cjun y duty. ct tuum as applied to that nil the politicians there arc venal, but The direct through lino and old established routs was the importance of the new county, the tween iricum hopefulness-ma- y enLexington Observer. from judging from what they have doue, tho elasticity of youth and made nn exception in her case, Lvinlnture able the victim to iitiho stronger from the Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis of them are a mighty sorry lot: the statutory provision lint no county It is related that a few days ago a mem met But whea the aged one, whose Bsnl and all points m the West. The Stanford I.ntewok Journal says fall. should extend aid to railroads uutil organ- htr of Cosines look a part in the long and of life have almost become exhausted in (lie Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulsvillo to St. Louis. learning politics from "the ized for at leant one year, being now uppe-ritiv- e short haul dicusion "I feel it my duly," Gen. Buckner is Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati who run the politics" of Louis-vi),le- . eflort to sccuro a competency for his Utter tubt, Louis. m to this county. for this measure ' The vena' ret he said, "Io vote days, and the loyed ones around him, anu Only lohottra from Loulsrllloand Cincinnati What does the JoUNAL mean by Immediately two of the greatest ruilroad alert correspondent of a San Francisco pa- to it. Louis. who seee the realizttion of his hopes almost Sciatica, Contracted Scratches, l0 naingni nas , corporations in the United Statea the C, telegraphed this utterance, adding in such a declaration: Muscles, Sprains-Tho Only Lino by which, you can venal? Of course within his grap, feels the earth slipping Lumbago, Eruption, Rheumatism, Strains, R. I. & P and the A. T. & 8. F. camo for L.ihMl.. .f.er the word "measure.'' the ' call Louisville politicians goc a Tnrougn biooplug Car wretches in this from bencith his feet, his hopes delusive, Burnti Hoof Ail, Stitches, ward end made propositions to build their words "long and short haul." But through there nre a few miserable his vain, tho burden assumes a From Clncloatl toSt. Louis. Scrow will sell their votes StlffJointi, Scalds, of the wires, or some oth city as elsewhere, who lines into her territory at once. They were the crushing weight, an overwhelming magni- Stings, Worms, Backache, believe the both accepted and both of the road are er cussedness, the sentence wais printed as on election days, but we can't O Rr TVI" I'tboonly llnorunnlng Swinney, QallJ tude. Human sympathy, the Bites, iVX. trough irom laulsvllle Saddle Galls, and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being building towards Greensburg as fast as follow.: "I feel it my duty to vote for this Jocimiaj. means to intimate that our poll may become a ministerlDg angel then. Sores, now Brniies, made up of a combination of small roads, ticiati. can be tampered with, or that auy Piles. Spavin Bnnlona, Long and short howls.J Tho C, money and men can push them Cracks. of our delegates to a convrntion would bar Emperor William announces that 72 -- Corns, TboOhlo & Mississippi Hallway runs Palatial It. I A P. grading outfit is here now, with Krerv npres-- t csr on the Pacific roads is ter their'rlghij. Binish such a thought! - 000 reserve will be called out at once. Sleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant ParTHIS COOD OLD STAND-B- Y . . . . .. f00 team. Tfiey bsgan grtding on the 15th I.1..1 nun !.u lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach. now Ilneil wttn inner iron, proviucu he said that it did not mean accomplishes for everybody exactly what isclalmcd Speaking later es on all train:. of this month west of town nnd they are now find the doors) great popularity of Direct and close connections are mado In UNION Louj9Tiie politicians are no better than war, but was simply intended to familinize for It. Ono of tho reasons for tho shot gun and two revolvers working east and wett of town. Their head Is found In its universal DEfOTS with diverging lines by the O. A M. the Mustan;; Liniment so defended tbit a msn could not onen ono class, nor are they worse. them with the new repeating rifla. Crov n applicability. Everybody needs such a medicine. itallway, thus aTolillug troblesome trans(lusrleraare in the skating rink, a build of them from the outside in an hour if giv- o'liersof their fers by other routes. large city the balance of political Prince Frederick William, however, is The Lumberman needs it in case of accident. In every inguOiHO It looka very much like war en liberty to try. The only way a car can power is ceirly always held by men who quoted as eayitii: that the situation is stnl The Housewife needs it for generalfamlly use. The Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is tho only Has between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis men. Tho Cannier needs it for his teams and hi work time, with tents dotted all around; dump-csrt- be robbed of its treaure is by cjtlucion under one management, running all lu are not above suspicion. They come up serious. The Mechanic needs It always on his trains through solid and in consequence wagons, ecrapers all huddled togethbench. la recognliod I'lrst-CIawith a messenger, and it Is said tint every out of the cutters and the saloons and the Itoute beBucklen's Arnica Saire er The IC. P. & W , as it is called, is al messpnger is constantly under the curvell-lanc- e tween those Cities. Dllnernecdsltlncasoof emergency. The bawdy home. "How much do we get is It. Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for The best Salvo in the world tor Cuts. Bruises Tho IMoneer ready within 21 miles, east, at the little lull particulars as to rates, time, Detroit Frea Press of a spotter their motto?", and usually they are well Sores, Salt Kheuni, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped The Varuier needs It In his house, bis stable, or any desired information, or writemaps, circulars to town called Culison. We have daily a and hU stock yard. Hands, Chllblalua, Corns and all Skis Eruptions, KOBT. II. FOUMAN, that certain ward Geo. Simon Bolivar Buckner has deci- paid., It is not a secret Trav. Pass. Ag't 0. A M. K'y, Soinersot, Ky. stage Ironi Greensburg to Culison. In a The Stcauibontmnuortlio Itontmnn needs positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, and instead politicians sold their votea in the last State is guaranteed to give porfoct satisfaction, or money It In liberal supply ofloatnnd ashore. JOHN F. BA KNA It L, W. B.SHATTUC, few months more this thriving city of the ded to seek the oflice of Governor, Pros, and Uon'l Man'gr, (Jen. Pass. Ag't, needs It- -It U bis lct Tho Ilorac-funclconvention and elected J. Proctor Knott refunded. Prlco 25 cents per box. For sale by Cincinnati, 0. will echo with the bur hum of com of letliug it seek him, and hai established plains friend and safest reliance who know the inside Ponny A McAllster. needs It- -It will ivro him merce, The SlocU-irrowpohtlcil headquarters at Louisville anU Governor. But those thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. lYonderful Cures, active canvass. The political history of that shameful aflair can testify s Kiowa caunty lira in the gateway of the will make an The Kallrond mau ncedslt and wilt need it exthat one of the virtuous country delegaV. D. HoytA Co., wholesale and retail Druglong as his life is a round of accidents and dangers. ol the Southwest. Tbe soil of the county pot will now begin to boil, in fact it is Thero first.) tions was aleo in the market and anxious to gists or Uouie, Ua., say: "We have boon selling The llncUwooiismoti needs it. dangers Is life, is nearly uniform in quality. The climate pected to Boihver. Positively the to It as nn antidoto for tho be bought. All the wickedneis is not con Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Hitters and Balre for two years. Have nsv-e- r limb and comfort w blch surround bo pioneer. eoui4 writer say is Italian, but I bsg leave fBjuth Krntuckian. STANFORD, KY. city, Louisville politics has Bucklen's Arnica among fined to the handled goods that sell as well, or give such Tho nicrchnnt needs Rabout bU store to d.iier with them. It in pretty much like Orson's l"ectrtc Oil cures all aches and pains. developed n number of characterless d .... his employees. Accidents will happen, nnu wueu w. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor TIlUPII hoa l.nfln tin varan ...,. laiatlft ..- -. .,.. uw.vvs. wxU RiUlti. n sw.U. .av. .. ""----cit- , y. Kentucky, with tbe exception of the wind, For sile by Mcltobcrts A 6tajg t 50c. the wusia nrrant knaves, but thcrd aro good wonderful cures effected by these medicine lu this these como Mottle In ngu House. Tts the best lUo Keep a iii'li id very searching to n person who is uro cure for Catarrh at Green's Golden Balm, Serer.lca.es of pronounced Con.umpti u men in politic and io office here, too, who h&Te been entiroly cured by tho useoi n lew Lot-- 1 unuistid toil. Wo have had a yery mild SOc, st McRoberts A- Stsgg's. should be spared thn sweeping condemna- ties of Dr. Klcg's Uew Discovery, taken in connec- - '"ee'ifrtii'otlletn tho factory. Italmmcdlate Slio of Stsge, 20x50. Elht comnleto sett ol flcsc. wages. and U(e m case ot occiacnt saves pain and toss of wuittr soiar The wind is the greatest ob. ery. Seating car&clty, Including gallery, We need the money duo us for sulecrlption the Intkior Journal. tton with Electric Bitters. Wo guarantee them Keep a Uottlo Always In Clio Htablo for rates to rxl attraction. I have to Kttnsa We have had but would be obliged to all in rren tj remit at tion made by jection ' always. Sold by Penny A McAllster. Commercial. (1) use vvbcu vrnntcii. very little rain tjiis fall and winter and oner. For aja Bargain a! MIJLMNEItY. BTEWCOM JEOEJEg, moon-shine- lC2-2- t)-- g lllue-Ura- ts r, jb. o n: fox, - - to Order. .11. 190-li- Danville, Frames jy. X Grand CoaiiMnation bed-roo- Weekly e a, e. 112-t- o; ?"", 5K Courier-Journalc- car-loa- FIVJK COMMANDS! ai PIANOS ! ol t e, ta2nyBd ""' cd Et-ere- gis-che- M y, d; BEAST! n, 183-l- O. & M. et Mexican Mustang Liniment I life-wor- k "cusi-ednem- Tho J. , s, ss cr er noth-Ingllk- o OPERA house; ecoun-drelsao- I 1 m - tssMlMIBB& ,r. '"r 7 .ii, Mi'iiMi TTfcMn.iiiniriiilifii'iiiawMMaXiaa. T tiii iwww aiw,'""mnmi'!iiiinmfuiiirniiiujag , . IWHMI 'Mi1l'mjr! rfr Vffinififirtiiiyii muMpauiBMJl i FUJUWtUMMlimW i?. i i KJ m 11 , ' i ' hi some trouble with a young man named LONDON, LAUREL GOUNTY. Treasurer Jordan is going to resign to James O'Brien a few days ago, says the tako charge as president of h $3,000,000 s A car-loof fine mules went out statements of O'Brion about the affair do National Bank lu New York. from here Thursdiy, shipped by W. L. J. K Hines.n wealthy cltfzjn of War- Ktrk, of LouUyllle. There aro still plonty him injustice. He says that O'Brien and party came where he was early in the even1, 1887 ren, has becon sued by Mias Minnie Mor- more to follow at easy rates. February Stanford, Ky., ing and niado a number of impertinent and row for $10,000 for seduction. Deputy Marshal Riley has marshaled List year'a iium!ralto!i in lbs United his forces and hiel him awiy to tho plctur- - unbecoming remarks, cnsiderinz the fact W. P. WALTON. States amounted to 3SG.755 persons, an In- esquo mountains to disturb tho peaceful that they were strangers and that there wns considerable difference in their nee. He crease of moro than 00,000 over the year security of the festiro moonshiner. paid no attention to this and when later on 1885. Col. Harry Tiffany is lust back from A writer in the Danville lribunc who O'Brion told him that ho intended to take Tho wife of Prof. Emmons, who has Barbourvillo, and reports the trial of the eigna himself "Union Boldier," professes to somo coal from cars that ho, Whitecotton, Worm woman and others, charged with the mention of the created so many sensations by her crankibelievo that oar frequent hud beon employed to watch, he was still ness, has been declared sane by a Washingmurder of the Poe family, in progrou and valor 5nd heroism displayed by our Rood disposed to avoid a difficulty, lis did not ton jury. expected to reach a conclusion Saturday. friend, Billoy O'Brodley, in the war for In the State Lnbor Convention held at We have been unible to hear further. The think O'Brien intended to take tho coal, U not done the preservation of tho Union, Springfield, III,, a resolution demanding a Colonel says tho sentiment is about equal- but that he simply made tho remark to ba in good faith but simply to twit a man who insulting, and when tho young man looked a new trial for tboChicsgo Anarchists was ly divided as to the guilt or ionooetiso of has no record in that lino to speak of. We him full in the face and sild that he could rejected. the accused. aeauro tho "Union Soldier" that ho wan take coal from tho car while he (White-cotton- ) son of Senator James G. Fair, Jr., Mrs. D. W. Yadon is very low with never more mistaken in his life. We were wax looking at him; he thought the Fair, fired at Congressman Paige, of Cali- pneumonia. W. M. Rice returned Saturnever in deeper earnest in our Uvea. We taunts had gone far enough and candidly fornia, tho latter having declined to drink day from Lexington. J. W. Corley and started out with the intention of having told O'Brien that he believed ho was a liar. The following rrtxraphi, wiling lorlh aoiaa of Dt. C. Z. Helder were here Saturday. governor with him in a Washington th-t- t "Colonel" Bradley nominated for as soon as he said this theiocKl thlDgikcpt by Potter Palmer, who borrowed $1,750,-00- 0 8tubbleQeld, of Clay county, was in town He says further when once we take and we never look back O'Brien struck him a severe blow in the after the Chicago fire and built the Saturday. Mr Will Erans, formerly of hold of tho plow handles. A war record is Palmer House, his made enough money this county, now of Bedford, Ind., is visit- the face and rushed on him with a move, necessary in tho matter and we iutend thnt ment that led him to think ho was about out of it to pay off his last indebtedness. ing his old haunts. W. L. Brown and J. our friend shall have ono, oven if we havo The Tennessee Benato yesterday agreed W.Jones visited Louisville and Frank- to make use of a knife or other deadly to manufacture it out of whole cloth. woapon. It was then he fired on to the submission to a popular vote of a fort during the week. ' and snapped his pistol three times him once OHOCEll, in the ef growing more bitter and prohibition amendment to the constituMn. Wattehson, Rev. Amor Boreing, of Covington, fort fire again. Mr. Whitecotton regrets to bolder in his abuse of tho President, has be tion, there being. but two votes in opposi- was called by tolegram to the bedside of MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. the whole affair and hopes there will bo taken himself to Washington, from whence tion. his father, Mr. Murray Boreing, an ac- nothing more of it, but can not feel that ho Burglars stole 30 sealskin sacquesand of his wrath upon that he breaks the vials count of whose illness has been heretofore My Ho. 1 and No. J Jlacafrrl la ool poor unfortunate individual's bead in col- other goods to the value of $3,000, from a given. At 5:30 Saturday morning the an- la to blame for anything that happened. Ptls " low, romtdf ring the price or flili. umns of teW graphic matter. To all buttho store in Cleveland and got off with them gels came, the pinioned spirit was releasol GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Mr Maple Syrup Ii a near pure as ran te disappointed office eeefers this daily tirade without disturbing the slumbers of the po- from its tenement of flay and the loving fouail aajrnhrrr. Lancaster. Iran laftlr aar (hat I hire the very bsst has become diguslingand Mr.W'attersonia licemen. wife was left a widow, the devoted children, Mr. Calvin Eist haa started up his diselection of ('annul (Joodi. Assembly 1,3S4, of the Kuights of Lamaking himself ridiculous in contlnu-in- g only Mr. Boreing was about 75 tillery after having been shut down some fatherless. My l'rrunrs J Jams are put op by Iks beat it. We admire the genius of the man bor, Baltimore, have filed suit against Ruth years of age, an upright and I'ntktrtcrtliost artlclri, time for repairs. entertainingly, even A Son, for alleged violation of contract to I dulro tliotfnho hatt been tronbtrd with and bis ability to write old gentleman. He lived to see a Rev. Reagan, of Buena Vista, occupied bad l.ard to try mine. I am nllllif to take on a disagreeable subject, but we muet en- pay the scale of wages for one year, claim- large family of children grow up to mathe pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunbad every pound that dotia't alio tho moit ter the protest of those democrats who are ing $20,000;damages. turity around him, and some of them rise day morning and crenintr. retire aatlifartlon. Forty thousand men are out on a strike not democrats for the spoils of office, against I hate l.tma, .Nary and Mixed Ilram, Hominy, to eminence in their chosen callings. Ilia Mr. Alex. Gibbs, a young farmor of can but In- in New York. Longshoremen and coal- OatMral, Shreddrd (lati, Macaroni, IMrVIss In the continuance of attneka that remains were laid to rest Sunday on the Upper Garrard, was kicked in tho mouth heavers; are: still idle. European vessels Dull, Honey and many other thlngi which I ure the party's disadvantage. hill iust east of town, where lie buried the by a vicious hone last Tuesday. Several ran not mention hcretTry article flrit.clats. are unable to leave port, because of a scarearthly hopes of many a sorrowing one. of his front teeth wero broken off and his It is very evident to those who have city of fraighi handlers. I oHor aovoral Coal Vniii nuil my E. C. McWhorler, of tho thriving Jit watched the progress of events that the race lower lip gashed. tooltoIConl Uncktnt Cost- Proprietors of the leading hotels at was in or governor la between General Buckner Washington have petitioned Congress to tlo village which bears his name, Mr. William Cumley, who was injured T.R. WALTON. this city Thursday. He roports his little by being thrown from a spring-wagoand Senator Harris, and the contest will bs pass the aat bill, increasing the Mark Hardin, UUs of Monllcello, Clerk. nip and tuck. The old general's friends wholesale liquor license from $25 to $300, town under a regular boom, two or three Wcdneeday, died of his injuries Friday new business houses having recently gone morning. Ilia remains were interred at are sanguine and noisy, but the Senator is a retail from $100 to $500. up and several new dwelling', with a com- Paint Lick on Saturday. Mr. Cumley was quiet worker and organizer, with a lot of The river and harbor bill, which apgot leit. we modious Masonic and High School build- a good citizen and his death is greatly delieutenants who don't often propriates $7,500,000 passed the House like It will plored. A wife and several children suring now in course of erection. satisfied that one or tho other of theee are greased lightning 154 to 01. Of this Kenestimable gentlemen will ba the governor, tucky river gets $100,000, the Ohio $75,-00- 0 probably only be necessary to add, this is a vive him. Laurel county product and that many more A spring on the premised of Mr. Roband ought to bp, although we are ourselves and the Cumberland $5,000. the republican nomsuch towns are springing up all over the ert Kinnaird has received a good deal of for Billy O'Bradley for At a masquerade given at Free port, county. We are determined to grow out attention recently by reason of the fact of ination. worn by Miss Boul-die- r, Kansas, the head-dres- s of our pauper clothes or "bust." We a thick coating of oil being perceptible on, favorably imHot being particularly a visitor from Ottowa, Illinois, caught and all we top of the water. This was first noticed of the candidates for gov fire, and she was burned to death in th e have all the natural elements pressed with any is push. If there is anything we about seven weeks ago, the water prior to ernor, tho Orremboro llwengtr suggests presence of a hundred horrified spectators. need push it is more push. that time having been used for drinking Dr.JSayre examined John L. Sullivan's need worse than Dr. James Rodman, the very excellent suThe Interior Journal's Interview purposes. Should the flow of oil continue Asyperintendent of the Western Lunatic broken arm and found that it had been i had the effect, at least, Mr. Kinnaird will have tho matter fully set. He informed Sullivan of the with Col. Jonea has lum, b a man more fully equipped for the embryo investigated. dutiee of the office than any that has bo far fact, and, with bis content, broke it again of disclosing the hands of some statesmen. Hon. W. R. Ramsey "makes Mrs. R. L. Grinnan, of St. Louis, is been mentioned. It also takes occasion to by a sudden twist and reset it, Sullivan bold" and announces himself through the visiting Mrs. Dr. Bash. Miss Ray, of Lebworth and fainted with the pain. pay a very just tribute to the as a candidate for the State anon, is a guest of Miss Lillian Hopper. The operative tailors of Boston, in- public prints ability of the man who for 20 years haa Senate. So far we have heard of only two Mr. and Mrs. James D. Price entertained a successfully managed the institution under cluding the machine operators, hasten, want to wrestle with prob- few friends at dinner Saturday, the occapnueers and all others engaged in the man- from Pulaski who his care. lems of State, namely, Geo. Shadowen and sion being the 10th birthday of their eon clothing, to the 232 F017IHII AVENUE, Ix would strike the average citizen like a ufacture of ready-mad- e L. D. Parker, two positive and a half score Burnham. Mr. Lorena Bush, of New be didn't have to help foot the bills number of 3,000, havo decided to with- of probable candidates in Laurel, while York, la a guest of Mrs. L. F. Hubble. joke, if himself, to read that the House committee draw from the Knights of Labor. The miners at Gregory, Montana, not Wilson himself thinks his course deserves Mrs. Kilgore, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. haa sgretd upon an appropriation of Betimes Whitley and the G. W Yancey. endorsement. for the navy, which la some seven receiving their pay, held a son of one of the ring with The convention of the Sunday-schoolof the mine, J. &W. Self gman, as hos- other back counties enter the millions more than last year. With no owners fiery, untamed steeds, we rather cal of Boyle, Lincoln and Garrard counties Young Seligman telegraphed his fa- their navy to Bpeak of, this seems like a good deal tage. P.S.-FI- NE GOODS ther the state of aflairs and the money was culate things will be mighty lively. convened at the Christian church Wednes year. of money to spend on it in a Couldn't It'be arranged to have Jones vs. day evening and continued until Friday immediately furnished from New York. is hastening on TnAT tho enrine-timChauncey M.Depew and other railroad Parker, tldt, to meet upon the bold, bad evening. The exercises were very interest glance at the Lex- officials have asked the Attorney General stump for "a discussion of the issues, ing throughout and were well attended. apace is evident from a ington Gaulle Its horse page is already to be permitted to appear and bo heard by (which means the offices) of the day?" It The singing of Elder Hopkins. Sunday-scho- ol eyangelist, assisted by liars. Bar would be worth walking all the way to hfloinnlnu to blosaom and soon it will him in opposition to the Interstate Com tholomew and Wishard, of Danville, was .nri.ad in beautv all over it. He is indeeiT merce bill. Mr. Garland decline to admit Jackson to hear. -greatly enjoyed. About 25 delegates from DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Doalor In- a poor horse in that section of fine horses this, but will accept briefs of their arguthe various churches in Boyle, Lincoln and doesn't get his picture In brother ments. that Dalla Taylor, for fighting and cleaning Glass-anGratz's paper. Gasscr'a Hotel at Birmingham burned out a whole family, was fined $50 in the Garrard were in attendance. Elder Q. W. Yancey delivered his ann Sunday. Cbanfrau, the actor, and his wife police court on Saturday. SrRAKiNO of Secretary Bayard, Mr. niversary sermon at the Christian church say he has lived most of his life in were cut off on the second floor, whenh'o The alterations in the Circuit Court Sunday morning, it having been just one and lower- room, ordered by Judge Morrow, are nearly vase, 3,000 milea beyond the made a rope of the a peach-bloyear since he preached his first discourse Baynrd'd offending seeps to be that ed his wife from a window to the ground completed and will throughout ho change" moon. here. In the rourso of his remarks, which below, afterwards saving himself by sliding for the better. he has not taken the president by the nape a retrospective character, he dwelt seat of down on iron pipe. peace, were of Wm. Pigg, for breach of the of his neck and paddled him on the at some length on the financial and spir t Jal AMIuiro Three accidents to trainmen occurred the breach consisting in sticking another of I"aroriiiK, K very ICcHppcfl'nlly Nollcltctl. his breeches till he docs as Watterson tli- condition of the church. Daring the past on the Cincinnati Southern Saturday, rects. fellow with a pin and knifo and knocking had an arm and leg brok- him down and beating him terribly, was year a debt of $000 on the church was re W. M. WATER8, Salonnan. BECK'dbill to prohibit Senators from lievod; the church is now free from debt en by falling from a moving train near charged $25 on Friday. acting as attorneys for railroads is not popand has about $00 in the treasury. There Somerset. Fireman Holloway had a like Mr. Johnson Rogers, of Woodford ular in that body and will never becomo a mishap at Greenwood, breaking his arm, connty, a democratic candidate for auditor, were 4G members added to the church in law. A motion to consider it was lost and the past six months, some by letter, but the and Conductor Cjnners had his hand has Bent neatly-printe- d cards announcing tho bill went to the foot of the calendar. large majority by immersion. The total caught in coupling cars and lost several his candidacy to a number of citizens of membership now numbers 350. There is There is uo election for Senator, either fingers. Danville and Boyle county. no dissension whatever existing among the Governor Marmaduke, by message dein New Jersey, Indiana, West Virginia or Dick Bentiey, for cutting another colormembers and much good is being accomTexas. Tne legislature of these States clares that high license in Missouri is aced person without inilice, was fined $50 on plished. Elder Yancey is an earnest workevery day aud go through the child's complishing two good results; first, it demeet Saturday. Grant McDowell, for breaking creases the number of saloons; second it in- a street lamp Saturday night, was promptly er and taxes great delight in doing everyplay of voting the same way each day. thing in his power for the good of the revenue of the State. Before caught and fined $5 the same night. The Carlisle Mercury has enlarged to a creases the into operation thero c'lurch. He has been retained for this were 3, the law went Mrs. Williamson, wifa of Col. Jamis year. nine column and if lis editor will eechew C01 dram shops in Missouri, yielding a reva candidate, he will keep it what H. Williamson, a former citizen of Danpolitics ss Court Notes la the case of Lemuel enue of $547,320 30. July 4, there were ville and Shelby City, died at the famly S:sk vs. the Kentucky Central Railrcad for it is now, one of the beit papers in the iffiS ttiaaHaaaaHaV only 2,380 dram shops and they yielded a country. home in Cincinnati on Friday and was bur- damages for killing his son, J. W. Sisk, at revenue of $1,842,20825. ied here on Saturday. The cause of hor this Jplace last February, the defendant NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. moved the court to quash the return of the death was cancer. HAYNESBURG, LINCOLN COUNTY. All the prisoners who escaped from Mr. Rowland, the grand father of Mr. sheriff on the summons served on E. W Quite a crowd of young people met at Geo. Cogar, who had his leg broken a few Oileman as agent of the company the Mt. Sterling jail have been recaptured. at this Is still telling tho old reliablo OLIVER, and alio hai an improvement that The town of Pott Deposit, Md , is sub- Mrs. Howard's on last Saturday night and days ago, is getting along very well con- place, and on II. E. Huntington, receiver cf is dostined to make It muoh mora popular than it has ever been, in the Susquehanna. partook of an oyster supper. merged by an ice gorge sidering his age which is over 80 years. the U. S. Circuit court, who, at the time Don't buy a pump until you see the BUCKET ELEVATOR, and for out. Mrs. Geo. A. Padgett Blipped and fell Jeesa Daugherty, son of Alex. Daughertv, of the killing had possession of the The LUtle Rock and Mississippi Railroad. ting boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST road has been sold to Gould for $1,800,000. a few days ago on her arm and bent the is quite ill with erysipelas. Mr. J. W. The motion was sustained by the court up- RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. A ueji.ro woman in Louisville gave bones between the hand and elbow. Memphis, ii here buying Baddle on the ground that neither Coleman nor Stains, of . Also a general lino of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Flue til. John W. McMuIlen, the oldest man of horses. birth to a child while riding In a street car. Huntington were agents of the company at ing, oco. Mr. William J. Lyle, candidate for the the time the summons was served. A bill, giving women the right to vote, this neighborhood, was a soldier in the war In the B'eIen- Legislature, Y KIDINOEK. J was paesnd in the Kansas Senate by a vote of 1812, Is about 00 years old and don't get democratic nomination for the damage suit brought by the heirs of Green AUGUST , epoko at North Fork Station Saturday at 2 Bailey against William out much of late. of 25 to 13. and Humphrey Ray. Maxey. of Texas, a Btudent of o'clock. NeltherJudge Breckinridge nor Five children of Peter Meyer., a farm Best, the jury waa peremptorily instructed er near Milwaukee, died of black diphthe- the Baptist Seminary, of Louisville, has Captain Grubbs was present; the former ti find for the defendants. In the case of been here several days assisting Rev. J. W, was at Lincister all weak, engaged in the ria in onn night the Commonwealth again:: J. Perk Doty Whitney's wife has presented Coleman in holding a meeting at the new trial of an important will case, while the charged Secretary with highway robbery, committed him with a little baby. Mrs. Cleveland's chuich, which has resulted so far in 10 ad- latter was at Frankfort superintending the in 1870, the jury returned a verdict of not ditions. Ab the church is without a pastor completion of that public building. time comes next: guilty. The trial of tho Bright will case assessment law increases the he will probably be called at their next Central Lode I. O O. F , lately re- was begun Saturday and will not be decidTne new 1 vived, has within the past few days received tax valuation of property in Jefferson coun- regular meeting. ed until MisGrand We havo several families among us eight petitions for initiation. ty about $20,000,000. Fred Unger has confessed to the murhaye just been hanged from Ohio who seem to be well satisfied. ter Elliott will probably be here the last of -S- even Nihilists while 200 others have They are good citizjns and we hope they the week, whsn also tho lodgss from Stan- der of August Bohle, whose body was at Odessa, Kimla, will remain with us. Miss Mima Wheeler, ford and Lancaster are to be Invited. The found cut up and packed in a trunk at been banished to Siberia. present are P. Baltimore. A syndicate of New York capitalists from near Stanford, Is at her father's, J, officers of "01 Central" at Lud Cornish, who murdered Miss Lou estate, fur- R. Wheeler's, Mr. A. O. Sine was here a A. Marks, N. G.; A. 8, MoGrorty, V. G.; baa invested $0,000,000 in real Green, in Washington county, because she few days ego on business. Mr, John A, Geo, Smith, Per. Secy., R. 8. R'usel, Warnear Armlston, Ala. naces. &o in and W. W. Smiley, jilted him for his brother, was taken from The court of appeals he? decided that Padgett will start to Texas Id a few days den; 8.8. Frye, Treasurer; jail at Springfield Saturday night and hucg to after his brother William Padgett's grand- Conductor. Bourbon county'? $400,000 subscription is illegal. Mr. William A. Whitecotton, who had by a mob. child, whose mother is dead. the Kentucky Uiion railroad S tmi-SBtth- ln InlmorounmI ad I bar-roo- T. R. WALTON, highly-esteeme- d M 'I high-licens- e 1 WALSH, THE TAILOK, EXOLUSIVJEIY. $23,-067,0- LOUISVILLE, s e JOE F. WATERS Heavy & Fancy Groceries, jour Wat-terso- Queensware, Etc. d Main Street, - Stanford, Ky. Te OLIVER PLOWS! W. BE. IIIGGJIIVS '. Wall Paper, to-d- ay. Furniture, 0 HfSlMI Cases, Caskets, Robes, 1 Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WKAREIVT, Stanford. il l - "J-!- .. Of maiwmuMm Br.(iiNNiNO with to day, it is unlawful to I have 100 bushels of home-taise- d do kill or trap bird?, the penalty being $3 fine ver Feed fir sale J 8. Murphy, Stanford, for each off enRe. Ky. Balt And Coal. -- Will sell 7 bushel barAn imported jok 3 years old sold in February 1, 1887 rels of stlt nt $150 Cool nlwnyg on hnnd, No lady need fear to attend the minstrel Tennessee for $1,600, He enme from Stanford, Ky. Cta how Hninilton, Rowland. on account of any objection lonln, Spain. m ii i ii able feature. There are none. E. C. Montgomery bus bought In the To MOKitow la Gnndlenu, or ground-ho- c H. O. WALTON. - DuainoBB Mnnngor. New Krout, Mackerel, Dried Apples and last few days 6G haad 12'pound shoats nt diif. Lot us pray that the ugly nnl- mal will not ace hia ohadoir. Peaches, Prtinra and a full assortment of from $3.75 to 51 . I. AH. LOCAL TIME CARD. Canned Good", at A. A. Warren's "Model J. L. Cogar has bought 1,000 barrels I am daily receiving a very handsome Grocery." Mall train going North......................... 2 10 r.u. of corn this week at $2, and 10 to 60 tons U 15 r. H. line of spring suitings. Coma early and ' " " Bourn 1 II AtM itiprcss train" Houth.... Midway Clipper. For Sale. My house and lot situated of hemp at $1.60. ' Norn..- .-. " have first choice. II C, Kupley. Walter Cnvrnol, of Warren county, thojoTo li calculated on standard time. rJolar near the engine House on tho Crab Orchard About W inlntilM ltnr! Bank Stock - I will sell nt miction pike at Kawland. Term made known on sold a mule at 11 cents per pound. He weighed 1,151 pounds and brought $120.01. next county court day, nt Stanford, 120 application. Mrs. Kilo Dudderar. " LOCAL NOTICES. Alex Holtzclnwsold to Robert Porter shnres of stock in the First National Bank. In another column of this paper- - will be 25 acres of the old Holtzclaw faim, near llUY your Sohooi HooKh from Penny A Hale at 11 o'clock. II T. Bush. McA lister. found the roster of Cipt. Dougherty's com- Dix river, adjoining Mr. Porter, at 30 pir The Warm Spring Indians, now nt Dxn-vlll- pany that went to the Mexican war nnd cie. Aaic your grocer for the Cincinnati 15 ktry Co.V crackera and cake. will be at our court next Monday to eome suggestions by Captain McKlnney as For Hale -- A limited quantity ol W ATCiire and Jewelry repaired on shor introduce the Indian remedies on tho street. to the manner of procedure to enable those Welcome Beed oats. One hundred bushels notice and warranted by Penny & McAlis Dr. Waito the manager, will bo with them entitled to n pension under the law just per acre has been produced fram this vaer. as lecturer. riety. Wearen & Menefee. passed. IIunteiih, Attentiow. leaded Cart. Indiana lo.t over $t,000,000 worth of rldsrp, nil if" of shot, at Penny ct Mc Fibld'h Minstrel Company which Al. The President of the First National hogs last year by cholera, as All-ler- 'n appearH from plnyn hero to night, Iibh been bonked crer Bink of this place, Mr J. S. Hocker, tells the reparts of the Swine Breeders' Assccia A coMri.BTK stock of jcwolry, Intent since tho 18th of last August. There are us that its deprsitors sent We and South lion, now in cession at Indianapolis. tylo. K'Hjkford watchca a specialty. Pennot many troupts that can bill so far ahead during the month of January over ny A McAllattr $50,000 Two thousand cattle In Illinois, in ad and make its points, for investment, $33,000 of which went in PERSONAL, ditlon to the 2,600 nnw in quarantine) that ....i..i Still he says its deposits aro To-da12 years ago, we sent out our one week s, have been exposed to JammT. Ciiaki went to Lebanon yes- first lastio an editor of this That's nearly up to their usunl figures. piper. will bo similarly held, all being later terday a long lime to stay in ono buftines and keep NoTirE. There will be a meeting of the slaughtered by tht State. Mi!a Minnir DiKwriUDiF. In the bum. as paor as n church mnuee. Deliuquenls did friends of prohibition at the Cotirt-Hou- se of llio Mi- - Dunn, Mrs. Emily Helm has been nominated it, d but wc liked to have forgotten that we on Monday, February 7ih, nt 1 o'clock, KonriiT Gibson, of Montana, is the have stopped swearing, if we ever did in- county court day, It Is desirable that there by the President for poMm&ster at E'izs guest of Mrs J X. Mtnefee. bethtown, dulge in so foolish a habit. ba a full nttendande, as matters of import Mitw Herri r. Paxton is back from a A Chesapeake A Oalo train plunged Captdred. - Daputy tinerifl Newlaud ncco will be brought before the meeting. into a creek near Rush Station, but fortu fix months' vlll to Louisville. Mi?a Lucy Hukton is spcndlnc the arrested and lodged la pil Saturday Henry Come frcm every precinct in the county. nately no rna wnn hurt. The bridgo had week Willi friends at Hustonrille. Smith Harris, the fellow who was tried P. L Simp'on, on behalf of the committee. been waehed away. Fiuni: Kout up from Washington seyeral courts ago, for maliciously rearing The remaining two of the triplets born JamH McDermott, fireman, was kill-I- n tho horss of Mrs.Sim Pelry and causing to Mil's Susie county on a rinit to his homo folks a colliiion nn the L. fc N road nt Bczs Hill, st Kowlond, died since Miss Hki.e.s Tiiuumoxu, of Dtnvillo, it to throw her. She was badly hurt, but our report of their birth, and the poor mm, Alsbima, and Jainos Tucker, enginis vltitin,; i ofKi'tur, Mr. Jell' Jones. the nocuxed ws let oil with tho email fino young mother in likely also to die. Her eer, wa fatally injured. Mm Mattik Cuoiv Iim gone to Hrod-h- ed of $10. Hehtsbotn miking himself ex- father is very poor and she is without suffiNoting the success of the Masonic ceedingly ecarco sinew, but Otis laid his to ttti nd tho mirriitcr of a friend, Widows' and Orphans' Ho&ie, the OJd cient food, attention or clothing It is said Mn John (Jcxhiin, of 8juicret, is the ropes and IashochI him nnd he is now underthat a man nrmed Gary, employed on tho Fellowi are discussing . the advisability cf Greeting one Ihemctlre-iA committee to gi:wl of the family of Mr. V. M. Penning- going punishment. Cincinnati Southern, is the author of her report has been appointed. ton. Several months ago Will Hufl Harris troubles. If ho is any part of a man he Miwra Lauka and Mackiie Jones, ol beat old man Ml. Ifernon News. Ztck INdgett up in n most will rend assistance tn her he wronged. Y, (I. Maywooil, were tho guests of Mrs From this date I will eell Cloaks, Jer- inhuman and cowardly manner and has Kancy. Tun press and people are unanimous in sejs, Heavy Gloves and Woolen Goods at Depsince escaped punishment V C WiiKiturrr i spending n Miia. the verdict that Al Field's Minstrels give cost, alss all my stock of Winter Boots. uty O.U NewUnd arrested him at Crab OrMrs. V. M. ISoglu few tfays in Lincmter. the most enjoyable performance possible Call etrly for Birgiins. F. L. Thompson. chard, but on tho fellow swearing that Dep In (heir proThey appear here is also there. uty Johnson had previously arretted him An Enterprising, Reliable House. Mis NrniE Walicbii, a pretty young nnd that ho had made bond, Mr. Newland gram of wonderful surprises and nt 2 Tenny i. McAUaUr can always lo relied upon is the uueit of Miss their Bras Bind of 20 mouth o'c'ock lady from KnoxvMe, not only to carry in stocfc ttiu boat of everything released him. When ho fouud how the raspieces will parade the streets to martial but to secure the Agency forauch articles as hare Maggie Jlibb. cal had played him, Otis, who Is far from p M lis. 13 T. Itocuerreit has gone la music. The Opera Home is going to be merit, and are popular with the peobeing a "Bugwump," when it cornea to doeo be wise and secure a ple, thereby sustaining tbe reputation of belnj aljammed Louisville to visit her sister, Mrs. Thomping his full duty, swore by Jehosiphnt that ways enterprising and erer reliable. Having seson and Mian Clara Welch. a scat at once. McKoberta A Stagg will cured the Agency for tha celebrated Dr. King's he would lodge Harris In jail, if he had to Miu. Geo T. McBoheuts has returned swim walton yon New Dltcorery for Consumption, will sell it on n the river Styx to take him from the from Brodhcad, where she hat been to see positive guarantee. It will aurely cure any and Plutonian regions. Accordingly he went UARRIACES. every aflectlon ol the Throat, Lungs and Cbwt, her daughter, who is quite sick . to work and with the assistance of John and to show our confidence, we invite you to call Mr and Mrs. E. R. Cusnault and A Missouri man, who had been marnd set a Trial Dottle Free. (1) Johnson, they laid their plans and bagged Miss Mamie, of Fort Scott, Ktniae, came ried five times, took to wife last week a la now in the their game, Friday. Harris !n to attend the antral of Mlai Polly Rockcutle lady, who had been there three fllTT XDTKBTIBEHESTft. calaboose and will have to put up $200, or times herself. Hugh. security for it, or else lie in jail till the cirHowaiid DnccE is th proudest little John Hendren, who for several year cuit court fixes his punishment. boy in town on having won the prill in hat bad charge of the harness department Mrs. Harve Mcllobert' school for btlcg A scheme to purchase the Stanford of A. T. Nunnelley, will be married toSI5DLI BARREL BnOT acir, $2.00 the beat speller. Flouring Mill from the First National morrow to a Miss Sparrow, of Marlon DOUBLE fi.OO A Fix: rid A paper mentions the arrival Bank at $12,600 and refit it with JS.COO county. IIXGLEBRIKCU LOADER, 4.00 ' ' of Mn. J. I. McKlnney and "her son Karl" worth of the latest and moat improyed rollA young divinity student ie going to DOUBLE 10.00 I'rlfes on other good Is proportion. to spend the winter. We hadn't heard of er machinery, assumed definite shape Sat- pluck Miss Rose Cleveland from the thorny PARKER, SMITH & OTHER GUNS subidvent of an heir In Jim's family. Ihi bush of old maidenhood. Let ui hope this urday, and $16,000 wer obtained in cjuosk. avxs noitKD Mr. J. C. Florence will leave In a scriptions in a very short time. The ebarea flower, which wilted and drooped in the Illustrated Catalogue and Price List sent Free, few days for Hot Sprlog", for rheumatism. are fixed at $50 and the total amount at fierce light which beats on an editor's J. C. BANDLE & SON, SSffi!SuJ& In his absence Mr Mudd, of the dispatch- $21,000 G M. Sullivan, who has had chair, will grow fresh and fragrant in the ers' office, Louisville, will take his place. charge of the noted Philips Mills at Leban- softened glow of the nurtery. fLouisville CALESMEkj on, is to be the general manager. He is a Times. LOCAL MATTERS man of large experience in the business and RELIGIOUS. at 8. 8 Myers'. is in fact the real cause of the Hour of these Fnraii Yeabt Perminent positions ajuaranteod with &AIJA-JIKev. A. H, Moflett goes to Richmond mills gaining such a reputation. He has de- AX1 Fresh salt in barrels. Jo. F. Waters subscribed $2,000 himself and says that he thin morning to Asit Dr Glacs In a pro- tcrmlned manJSXl'EXSBN IMA It. Any ad can succeed with us. Peculiar vantage to beginners, ritock complete, IncludA Co. ing many speclalltlra, Uufit tree. prefers in lieu of a salary the amount over tracted meeting. Address at once. (Name Ibis paper.) Dr. Tucker, of Brooklyn, paid $975 Florida oranges, bananas and apples at and above n ten per cent, dividend to all of n o i rx it n o tufms, Rochester, N. Y. (US) Nursertnieiii tho stockholders. The railroad company for first choice of the ptws in Gymnast B. 8. Myers has agreed to run a side track to the mill Talniago'a cbnrch, selecting tbe same ono y, Born to the wife of .in Dndderu, CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, and every facility will be ndded for the for which be piid f 700 last year. a girl. It is proposed to put a theatrical com-ps- ny making and (hipping of 60 barrels a day. OI' LANCASTKIt, KY, on the road with the approval of the J. W IIayden Mold ten shares of stock Such enterprises have succeeded well elio Catholic Church to raise money for tho CAPITAL - $1:15,000 00 in the National Bnk, of L.binon, at $1 1 1. where and there is no reason that tbc Stanm ford mill should not become a heayy pay- relief of Archbishop Parccll, of Cincin-n-t- i. This Bank rolldts accounts of individuals, firms Call nt Metcalf A Foster's and see their ing institution, Those who havo taken It facilities lor making coland corporations. and Hamilton plows bsforo bold of it this time intend that it ehail. South Bud Another Methodist church waa dedicalections, in kit parts of the United States, are un" buying ted in Louisville Sunday. It cost $17,500 surpassed, and cutouiei" am at ;all timos granted Thk lNTEiuon Journal pride: Itelf on anJ Rev. II. V. Buley, formerly of Somer- any reasonable accommodations they soo proper we The liabilities of Mr. W. II. Smith, having tho beat corpa of regular correa set, will be pastor. It is looted al 23d and to ask. We beg to oiler our servicea to tho citiare told by Mr. Johu M. Lgsn, to whom zens ol neighboring counties, without Banking pendents of any country pipsr in the Bute Jefferson, tho assunment was made, are ascertained nnd In alw.-tyfacilltlc, an I ature them that any business tent willing to ive them their There was a l.iro crowd at tbe Baptist us shall at all times have prompt and faithful atto bo $18,000 and the imU about $11,000. full share of the credit in making it tbe church Sunday. Two were received by let- tention, -- -v Band's benefit, owlnglo tho water nerratret and moat reliable family paper ex ter and one baptized Sunday night. Next The ip3Utthat was prevalllnu at the time, did font. Ojr readers are well acquainted with Stbbath moming the services will be in the J. M. HinOINBOTIIAlt, not reaKr.. as much as was hoped, but con- their work, but miny are ignor.tnt na to interest of missions. Rev. P, G. Elsom LEWIS V. LEAVULL, JOIJL J. WALKER, sidering lh night the turn out was very their name?, so wu take plenura in intro- will deliver an emty on Apostolic and Mod J B. JOHNSON, J. W. LOIAN, ducing them. First come that old patri- ern Missionary Methods Compared, an T. M. ARNOLD, gratifying. L. F. I1UBBLE, B. G.MULLINS. A. Bogle, at Hustonrille, who arch, Ksv. which by request he delivered befoie J03.SIUPjO, Walker, who killed John Cony Miller, ha -- erred J. in reason and out faithfully us the faculty and students of the Seminary at Washington was acquitted. Tbo verdict and woll for 15 year; next Mr. Alex An Missionary Society. very unfavorably commentoJ on In that ii demon, who ij m punctu.il a tho dtyn ar J. M. IIIGOINROrilAM, PRE3T. city, where tho facts of the killing are best DEATHS. LEWIS V. LEAVELL, rive with an excellent report from Din-vll- le; known. J. P. 3ANDIFER. CABillER, Will T. Curded, at Lncwter, who Misa Mary Hughea, better known aa B.F. HUDSON, TELLER. marshal of Jellico shot J. B Jones takei after his brother Sim io an aptness The . Jones for newspaper work and is always interest- Miss Polly, died at the home of Mr. K. who resisted arrest for drunkenne-Chenault, Fort Scott, Kansaa, Thursday has just gotten well of a pistol wound Inflic- ing and nerer voluminiou; Mim Maggie INFORMATION many years of euQerlng, aired "aa .w in law In a family broil. Egbert, regular, and Mr. Ribart L. Divle, last, after ted by his mother 01 The remains were brought hero for MANY PER80NS He is said to bo a very hard customer. occasional, keep us thoroughly posted ii to at thli teaiott interment, and after n funeral discourse by C,-suffer Vow Orchard of Lincoln will hold a the doings of the people of Rev, A. S. Moflett, at the Pretbyterian The republicans neither and the Eist Ead; Jatnei Miret, an old convention nt 1 o'clock, February county church at 2 o'clock Sunday, were laid away lleadathe, nowspapar man and a competent one, dish Xeuralgtap Miss Polly was a court day, to select delegates to the 8tate in Buffalo cemetery. up item' atjMt, Vernon, with the tact of Jiheumatitm, member of the Pieabyterlan church for 50 convention of the party, to be held May 11, ei M, T. Craft tells rain i in th a veteran, whilo to nominate Stste officers, We shall see yeora and lived and died a christian wo Zlmbs, Hack and us in his easy and pleasant way of the Stilt, Datt Mood, man, much loved by her family and friends. that Lincoln Inslructa for theold war horse, London and vicinity. In addi 'lmUgttton,Ty$ptpila, William CDanavan Bradley. 2Ialarla,ConatliyatlonS:KlfituTrouhltM. LAND. STOCK AND CROP tion to those we have oaculonal corresCORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, New Citizens. Mr. Jamf a M. Phillips, pondents at Waynesburg, Maywood, Oiten-helm- , Hay and corn for sale Eph Pennine Bad Blood and Kidney Troubles. lr cleansing; tha of BryantHville, has purchased the home of Urodhoad, Mt. Silem, McKlnney, blood of nil Its Impurities, streugthtolog all part ton. Mr. John Ferguson, at the Danville toll Paint Lick nnd Bright'), all of whom know of tbe body. "Wanted.-Ci- rn and hay. T. R. Wal-h VOLIHA CORDIAL CURES gate, with 10 aorea of land attached, for a good item when they see it. It is hardly " ton. K nralgta, Tains in tlie Limbs, Back and Sides, by 2,200. Mr. Phillips is a desirable citUsn nocossary to mention what la one of the toning tbe nenea and strcnclbrnlog tbe muKlt. Fifty ton of hay ready baled, for salo, and comes for the purpose of being near grandest features of the piper, tho letters CURES CORDIAL DYSPEPSIA, John Bright, Stanford. Indigestion nnd Constipation, by aiding Ibe assimthe Female College so as to educate his of Rev. George O.Barnes. They are Blmply ilating of iho l'ood tbrougli tbe prcKr action ol tli Salk. A car load of broke mulea. incomparable, and if our rcaden enjoy them three girls. stomacb i It cieatrs a lie.ltliy ap(itlte. Jamej A. Doty, Uyattavllle, Ky. -h YOUNA .CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, powder explosion on a half as much aa we do, thoy would be glad Rpeakino of the s feeders for sale. Apply Sixty Deprelon of'rplrlts and 'Weakness, by enllren Fort Bcott, mention of to pay the subscription price of the paper t P.I.An at 17nnnall.'a .I.Ma SI lug and toning tb sjiU-ui- . railroad train near CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED which wan made in our last iuuo, Mr. i. 11. for them alone. Competent judges say the waa sold in Bour jack A two year-oland I)llcat Women, rnnyand Blckly Children. Chcnault tells us that although his bank I. J. can't be beat, anyway, Our modesty bon last waek for $1,000 to a Missouri par- Itlsdtligbtful and nutritious MR general Tonic. building was more than a mile from the forbids us from making so broad an oaicr Vnllnn. Altimnufl Rllfl Diary. 1887. A for iiterul Hook, lellln how comrlets tion,but we can't let tbo opportunity pass A. M. Felandsold to W. H. Anderson, to CUHB ml scene, $300 worth of plate kUss windows f Yin lima In ann.tlA In PAmttrlr tli.t nnw DlMHAriKs) nt HOMi: lu a plewant, natural way. Garrard, the "beat bull calf" in Lincoln of In It was broken, hile the damage to all Malltd on receipt of 2c. pottage stamp. Addresa ' Oaly $2 for 104 paper, less than 2 cents a county for $ 10 and has ceveral of the enme the buildings In the city by tho loes of VOLINA DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. I copy. stuck for eale. BALTIMORE, MO., U.S.A. is fully $10,000 ic FiiKStt canned Komi nt Joe P. Witter. A ' Co.'o. ..3IU.ii FOR PITCHER'S 1 Ccntsitir liiiiitnoiit is the most wonderful llio world litis ever known. I'ain-Cuv- or a y pleuro-pneumoni- Queen and Crescent Route (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South Enst, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEO. 31, '86. ICIIAU 1MMV.V. TKAlNHMHjrit. No. 8. fJo.l. I Ht i. Ho. ". Dally Dally. Ex. Hun. Pallr. Dally. 55 a m 403 02 a m 7 95 22 a ui 7 3.1 43 a ia 8 tW II 08 a m o hi II 20a ml 8 59 1135a ml 'J 10 7 10 10 10 UKAI) VV. STATIONS. ro. 2. Dslly. 1 TUAINSNOKTH. So. 4, Ho.e. Dallv. Ex. Hun. Dally. no. . Dally. p ml 8 10 p in 7 .13 am, Ive...nnclnnatl .A'rv C 42 p m 4 SO p ml p in! 10 52 i in lOftlaml ueorsetown 4 11pm -- ....I n mill JDp in 118'inm xlBKton Nlcbolasvlllp 3 63 p m p mill 4ip 111 1151am m1 .233 pin HarroJslurK Junction.. 3 25 p m ji 3 12 p m -- ... .IMtlTllll) p m 12 88 a ra 12 47 p in ...Junction city .... 302 pm p mill! '3 a in 2 41 p m 3 25 p m ... ..i. KIui Mountain .... l'sTf) iii 2 27 n m 4 20pm Somerset ........ 12 V)p ui ...... 10 45 am 5 30 a in 7 3U h m .OaVdalo. .. 3 51p m ..... 8 25 am 825 mu, Cliattanoo ga. ni 0I5P Birmingham........ 12 50am1. 5 10 pnl 130 a nil 9 C2 p la -- llulnw SOia in 911pm,. 12 30 a in GJOpta 7 10p rot Meridian !l0 40pml. 7 35 a in New Orleans 300a m 12 (5 25 a mi 0 47 am 5 00 p in 27 a m: 4 i5a m 2 01 p m m 4 05 a in 1 35 nin 27 a m't3 39a m I 101pm 47 a m o l UI l 32 a in 2 5C a in 12 12 pm 20 a in. 2 45 a in 12 01 p m da 10 9 50am 10 00 p in 0 05 a m 7 10 p m 10 15 a m 42 120am am am 0 20 3 15 800pm 8 2 35 a m 73Jp m 15 a in a in 55 41 7 10 730am p m p in am .......MerliUin . ,.Vlck3l)Urs'.. . T. P Junction 760 a m No. 9 leaves Oakdale dally oxcapt Sunday, at 5 it a. ii., Arriving leaves Chattanooga at 3.00 if,, arriving at OjfcJale at C 40 r. M. Mann Boudoir Bullet Sleeping Cira on all through trains. at Chattanooga at 9.15. No. & JOHN C. QAULT, Oen'l Manager, H. TOLLBRAN, Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt., It. CAllllOLU Oen'l tfupt., It. X. RYAN, Aut. Oen'l Frt. A. Pus. Agent. V. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. General Office, Bt. Paul Building, West Fourth Btreet, Cincinnati, Ohio. PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! rfffliiiiiiaiiiiHsiiiiiiiLV mTT iiiln to shoot We have much the largest stock and best as sortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers UfANTEIj wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try tho "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. Y BU-nrda- -- ' Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will find a NO. 5 CHAMPION, tho Plow of all Plows for such work, they arc almost indistructihle. Wo have various kind of plows and at all kinds of prices. Wc can suit any one that will giYe our assortment an investigation. We have a few Sulky Plows wo will sell at very low prices. WEAREN & MENEFEE. DIUECTOnSi M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Drmm. nheniloals. PiilulH, OHh. . ea-s- ay opncEiist & STAGG, I T D33AIjEU8 IN wiuch. Wall I'aper, Liquor Books, Staliouery, Soaps, Perfumery, - Stanford, Ky. Lamps, r inini w LINA Sfnslcal mstrnemeuMt Clears, Pocket Cutlery, Tobaccos, Maclilii Fire Arms, Needle). Ociiuiuo . O. Salts iiiBnlk at Wholesale ami retail. r v enasf MAI i si or PHARMACISTS, IN ii -- PBiLKaa Orugs, Book8,Stationery and Fancy Articles. ThTslcUns' rrescrlpllons accurately eoinpoundod. Also r. Qotf P"ifMo: -- first-clas- T d JEWELERS. Tho Largest 8took of Watohea, Olooks, Jowelry and Silvorwaie E-- 0B96uJRRaM(ilV&. liand-om- e, m er gls Lowar than bought to this market rric the Lowrat. Watchea, Clocks and Jewelry Be-palrol on ahoit notice and Warrant!. fc ..rjpj rj-a- - . w?f ,JL. ' J?1- - ; fmn I mmUCC. .'r . MiinBiiimuwwJDgnrg n r; I1""!' n '1 V i Stmi-fflHwHuIntcrior $oarna HOPEFUL MEXICAN WAR PENSIONERS. THE "HORSE Kin-cald, EXCHANGE." DR. W. B. WORDS. To My Sick Friend, Maggie E. I Bend you another poem by (he late MIsj Ella U. E. Doom. t'Slcknbrs li Qod's medicine (or the aoul," Aid by Ills hand we are made whole; "When we. Ills sheep, from our Shepherd itray, To lead ui back, this la Hla way. Jib, first we may not understand, The mysterious guidance ot Hla hand, But the cloud Is soon fringed With light, And hla wisdom shines out clear and bright. The benefits of slcknees are then clearly shown. Jlnd we feel there Is something better to bo known When lie brings us nearer to Him and we learn His ways, And our hearts and rolces unite In Ills praise. TVe then learn to lore JLs we rlew the rugged the precious Word of God, path our lowly Jesus trod; Then o'er the Bible pages Is spread a Heavenly Jlnd therein we learn to, "lire as In God's sight.' It points to death, the grave and immortality, Andaays, "that as our diys, so shall our strength be." And His gran, Shall be tufflcont for us until we sse hla lace. What n comlort, In our weaknc&s, to know that there la One, IVho will feel and do for us what no mortal e'er kasdons And we can lay our heads upon His loving breast And commit us to Ills keeping and lea re to Him tint Ha who bears our burdens tells us that the res. 1'eb. 27, 1SS1. Ella F. Dooais. He Couldn't be Worked. The sun was high when Abdul Ben Haitian anwe from his couch, &nd his held wan bj pain beMratight. was then that be was approached by hia wife, sSe ol the home of Simeon, and It ' ihetaid unto him: "A foul day unto thee, oh, my husband, and to all thy home peace; may your aodals be Btudded with cold forever." Thy word," eaid Abdul, "are the words f wi'dou), and spiced with the flivor of love, I return thy greeting, but what want Ht thou? ', And behold bis wife held forth a silken band of purple and yellow, and eaid unto him: "BehoM, in my gieit love for thee I hare constructed k band, that thou mayjt put it in thy turban and when the eons of Men nee it they will look upon thee with envy and aay thou art a lollsh from away back." And Abdul reached to the chestnut gong that hung at hia girdle and j irked it with exceeding potency, taying unto her: "Lo, thou canst not work the hat band rackeupan sqe, for I have been there and'lol'bave tumbled to tby echeme. Thou wouldst gife'tne this gimcrack, which I could buy of the merchants and artificers for a shekel, that I may go down to the cltf and buy thee a watch which, will cost divers talents. But behold, it will net', work, for. I am of the tribe of Eli, and I," get there with both feet." And lo, her anger was aroused and! the went forth, and he wist not that it was- to. -- ht e, THE DEALKn'8 "DUMMY." Hugh L. Among theso horses is ono that is the Shackelford, James dealer's favorito nnd tho customer's bine Turner, William Vardeman, Wm, In tho vernacular of tho horso market ho is Walls, Jesse Arnold, Elijah C. termed a "dummy." The relevancy of tho Hall, Nathaniel G Jones, Evan. word ls not amwrent. Ho hns what am All persons iLteteted in the foregoing called "on" and "off" days. Ono day ho Is cmnpnny of obtaining a pension under the as brisk and fiery a horso as one would wish to speed up the boulevard on a day w hen tho by Congress for the benset recently efit rf the anid Mexican soldier, we would high flyers aro out. The next day ho may bo unablo to pull a pound or stand up in his noiifr them that thev mimt hnve served 90 harness, or may gi vo up tho ghost altogether, were 62 yenrs of .e at the date nis dlseoso is incurable, yet when ho is in o' - pM'KO oi tne net aroresaid anil are good spirits ho U a flno looking animal and suhj'Ct to a disability ncnunizid by the an expert might bo fooled by him. It is no wonder, therofore, that tho average buyer is ptni' n laws, providing ouch (Hsh!H wes deceived in him. Thero nro many other no 'iTiirred in aiding the Isle rebellion. good looking horses sold at tho market, but as we reporter was privately acuml by a Soon iter tne Mexican wrr.loed w pri dealer, who acted as his guide, not ono of pui"i ths papers and laid them before the them is worth taking away. proper department in Washington and proAh tho rcxrtor and tho artist were standcured about 00 land warrants for that many ing on the outskirts of tho busy throng a of ihn inemb-r- s nf the r"impriy aforesaid, mick looking man approached them. "Say, mistor," ho said to tho niorter, anil e will be prepa-ei- l in a few days with whoso apparent greenncw hid ovidcntly th proper blanks and regulation' to prose hint, "do you see that horso over cute vour claims 'or pen ona, hating had thorr" Following scxtensive prafici in ihnt lice lateral the rejxjrter thedircctionof tha man's flncrer saw what appeared to bo a years Aito, The Hon. Jme II. MtCrenry spirited bay horse. A typical Jockey was wrllce us that he will hVH u MiipplirH wfti riding him around to shorr Lis good points, while the proper blanks and revulaiions at the crowtL, the owner was haranguing a. large verv earliest praeiicil aoment. Tbe only "Now, I'll tell ye," continued the meek Logan, David X. (Dr.) Parker, Wm C, Morrison, tho sales stnblewi on Twenty-fourtstreet aro well known to nil New Yorkers who havo any knuwltnlgo of horseflesh. But nway up In Yorkvillo nt tho foot of east Sorenty-fourt- h street thero Is n place whoro horses arc bought, sold and exchanged which nino-tontof the knowin; Now Yorkos never heard of. But every peddler o Is rich enough to afford n torso, overy farmer within a radius of twcnty-llv- o uillos of Now York nntl every fourth rato horso dealer has been there, and with tho exception of tho class lat mentioned few caro to go Uiero a second tlmo. This peculiar institution Is know n as tho Ilorso Market. A inoro appropriate titlo for it would bo: "A mar Let for broken down borscs," for that Is really what it although tho astuto men who run It will uoeruc-knowledg- o tho fact. Between 3 and 3 o'clock In tho nfternoon tho market is to bo seen nt its Ut. A 6tramjer coming there then might well himself In a lunatic asylum. Tho auctioneer Is no longer rvgnnkil Every KILLKD IX IUTTLK, (ratVATK) dealer Ls theunn auctioneer, nllwit without n Ballard, Jamos It. Gregory, John A. license, ruul goes from group to group shout West, Willis Waller, Jess J. ing: DEATHS. "Blggi-s- t Iwrgnln of tho age. Truo Llaolcrry, B M. (8ergt ) Craig, Samuel, Corporal blood. Trots u mile in 2 .lO Nnmo Cummlns,Tfaomas.(Prlrate) Greenlee, James H. your price." Morelacd, D. M. Napier, John Ilorbos that can hardly pull a pound aro Barton, John seen by somo magic influence, trotting llko RK31U2IKO. rflco horses, Hons with nil kinds and sorts PurJam, Benjamin F., 1st. Lieut. of diseases w hich, in tho w hlrl nnd confusion. itoCIIAROED (ralVATK ) Paxton, James Jenkins, James, (lifer) aro conccaleil; horses with hoofs half eaten away; horses whose thiglus somii out of jolut; Burton, William Daugherty, John blind horses; horses tlmt aro worn out from Griffin, Andrew J. Gooch Thomas old age; dozens and dozens of horses, but Haneford, B. F. Hansford, John 0. not n sound one In tho whole lot. Harnev, Edward Howard, Aaron; h hs im-ngiWicker-aham,n Capt William Daugherts Company G. William Daugherty, Captain; William O. 1st Lieut; George W. Hall, 2nd Lieut. i Thomas W. Napier, 2nd Lieut.; Charles V, Daven-parBerg I.; John F. Ulgglns, 8ergt ; John 8. Klrkpatrlak, bergl,; Farrls, Bergt.; Jonathan George B. Cooper, Corporal; Tbotaai tltiaaks, do.; Alexander Paxton, do ; John 0. Iloaley, do. raiVATU. Hcrry, Geo. W. Adam, Smith Bastln, John Ueddow, Robert A. Brown, Willis Carol, Wm. H. Davenport, Mlcbeal Dickinson, James (G.) Dickinson, John (B.) Dinwiddle, Josse Edwards, James F. Edwards, Josephns Emmerson, Franklin W. Edwards, Joslah Feland, James II. Frost, Alexander Hays, ratrlck F.(lnlty) Hall, William Helm, Willis Hinds, John W. J. Hicks, Erasmus II. Uogan, Green M. Howard, Darld Hughs, Thomas Logan, Hugh Leoper, George Montgomery, Clifton Manual, Thomas Montgomery .Clayton A. Orr, Charles C. Perkins, Green Patrick, Jordan J. Powell, Wm. P. Patrick, Hiram Ueynolds, Nicholas S. Renlro, Moses I. Bpratt, Andrew G, Sandlfer, Robert 8. Stringer, William Starback, Thadsas II. Walls, John Thompson, John Woodall, William Warford, John Wools, William Williams, Ilcuben Wolford, Franklin L. Transferred to chief miutchu stall", t, PENNY, ICoitl tiulcy. VISIT TO A NEW YORK MARKET FOR BROKEN DOWN HORSES. Btantoi'd, - DENTIST, - mtUtmBmi TLORAL aWTlHtir Now reaty, ronUlns J (Tnlomt Mkl kiM 1 U-t- ' "IHggest llnrculiia of tho Arc," The Denier' Favorite anil the Customer's Hone I'lalng Up Worn Out Hack Tft-rlo- Tricks of tho Trmlo. Tho Horso Exchange on Broadwny and aSfe OQce on Lancaster street, next door lo Irra-aio- a Journal orQce. Offlce hoars from I lo 12 A. and 1 to S r. M. Anesthetics admlnlsUred whas Iltt-ly- r. ntooaaary. m, GUIDE riate. lB8-KorIiundrnta y of II- - THE TIIOKOVnilltnED I Si""'."!!!?.!;" lower lullure. ami Ihe riOWIM a4 IllutrtI urnwn, with illrvtlorn Ikiw to rrow "ijji. tirf. IIim lw. MICIlf-- . I'ljAfl ir t nnii ir. can n rrucuml, wllli pruvwoi rwco inu uoo free on nTeli'tof lOrenls, and IIk 10 rents may bed rlmte.1 from tlie nnt onlfr srnt in. Kvery ina Inter-etIn iranleii. r lio drslrrs pooit. fjrsh ereds. Imul hare Itili wotk. We rrfer In tb million- - whs Iist used our mrU. Bay only Vkk1- -. Beeds at Heal JAM KM ?CK, HKKIW.IIAW, luarters. N. Y. ilmlng or infn7 HiK-brntr- i r HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL SIAItaVIS OF ADELINE. This flno null will stand the season now commenced at my stable on the Lancaster l'lke, one i ft Ih half mlli from HUnford Court Home, eoaaoo, wl'h the prlillese ol tircsdlu the cow un til the cow prorrs In calf. Money due when cow Is first MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Fropr Thio Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maiutainu lta i POWDEI Absolutely Pure. Thlst powder nsrtr rml Marquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert, his aire Aollo and Dam Imortcd Houtbem lleau- Iiu-ivt- - Marquis of Adltrne's dam, Adeline, her sire Tartea. A marTelol purity, Imported Lady Fishatreugtb and wholetomentsa. 'Moro eronomlcai Imported Uncle Tom-d- am er. For further particulars as to pedlgtro see 11.- than trie ordinary kinds, and ran not be sola competlton with the multitude of low trtt .short F II. II. This la a tery fine young Hull from a celebratweight alum of photphato powders. Holdonly In ed latnlly ot milkers IncludlnK the cow lho, the rnns. UoriLlHKtNd I'owdki Ce, ereatrst of lur day; her owner having rvtusod ice Wall tittn-- New Votr aesa High Imputation, AND Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iu Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneiti. SITUATION Xyayoucg lady, IV A ME I) who holds a lint grade certificate and la coinpeteut to teach Music, either as or teacher Addnss T. M. W rare l'l'-lmNTKaioa JouasAL, Utantotd, Ky. 1711 Holsteln-rrelilt- n cattle hare taken the cics with one animal, t fchorthurn jroducca a tbe by this will tmy all the mal. ralvr Hull at goid ilc ts.diltirrU at weaning time. Hascair will be eoaveyed to and f ran Ik Tree of therm. Kpselal atromnndatloas . 3UI.I.V.H, II". lo tomusrrlal Travelers. The liar will UO-"tanront, Ky. alwajs ripplled with the eholeeil branda of LUaors aid Clears. lead as the best lor the family, and a The iht I II MH lilt. I haro for sale all dlmenilons of seasoned yellow poplar framing materia I. Contractors or parties wishing to bay will fiud it to their lotrxnt to call on mo. II It, I93-l- t Stanford, Ky, til L.&N. Louisville & -- KENTUCKY CENTRAL 1. 0 ? . WM. AYBKS. JAS. O.OIVXM, Nashville E. R. - notary Public TIIS UtKAT- "illuoGraHM IlotUc." Bhortest and Quiokeit Route from Oen tral Kentnoky to ail Pointa North. East, West and Southwest. Fast Un Bet w mo 1 AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 511 TUKOUGIl TRUNK LINJb TO TI1S Fifth 8treet, pard Rooms J ind 5, Cromle Bloek. WOOD WALLACE (Iii-l- 1CV. y ) SOUTH & WEST WITH LEXINGTON CINCINNATI rkhedule In Effnt May is, IMS. tSOtJTH-BoUH- da)id WATT COCItlAX. Pullman Palace Sleepers. LotllMTlilO n., Ex. Hun.1 . Ho. I Dally 8 10 34 pm IU ISpu. 10 40 p tu It 17 pm PNo.n Ex. Has. WALLACES COCHRAN, QEXTS'FUnNIHIIEILS, Sit, Ith HUeat, (n NnMhsll, Lve. Covington.-- Atlanta, Mvuipliln, LOUISVILLE, lW-2- - - KY ! Moiitsonicrv. ils "Islington rr. Kalmonlh.... " Cynthlana. . " 10 J 11 11 12 10 Illm pa s 10 8 10 SB am am pa I pt lllpn Up u M L.1U10 Mobile aud NetT Orltann. Only one ehnefe to points In Hack. L.v. l'rt Ari. Wlncheaur lllpn 10pm i 7 15 II 1 m 10 II ml i, juenmond... rlunlor i so p tn ......... ., I -- pit . Lw. HlcbiuooJ.... ' . TAXES FOB 1SS6 i Mpm , Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Llvlnpton., o. J5 I - I I .. i .. So many having responded to my warning luu-e- d sometime uo, and ao many olbera appear to be making such an eSortU) discharge tbelr tun, I hare coae'uded to extend the time ler advertiser Lands until the Sth day ot February this, how- Seeking betsve on the line of this roa4 wtll receive speeial rate. ever, is positively trw lait extenslo'i that t ran Wee Agents of this Company lor rate, rontes possibly make. J". AT. MBNBFKR, Ac, ar write 190-tBharltriioooluCoanty- C. P. ArUORE, Louisville, Ky, f. Mom-Booy- jfo. 0 t No. II Mo.1 LT.' y,Btto"- Arr. Hlchraond . Lye. KowUod . I an m I 11 O.P.iT.lj Arr. cttiieiofled"bScer-lefDbUghtriy'-oMaiAo- y t l Capiain Wm. - of Erie, Tec years ago there were living in Bufla lo, N. Y two men. One, Grorer Cleveland, waa a lawyer of 'respectable talon's, (cut without much practice and with few of the ties that lend a charm and a value to life- - The other waa Henry 0. Koch,, a prosperous merchant, who waa respected by hia Msociater and filled thei niche in society eoiigned to wottby and respected cit isens. Between the two one would have probably considered tbe position of the latter gentleman much more desirable than that of the former. The ambition of each eeerua to haye been confined within about the same bouuds, fur each became a candi date for sheriff of Erie cr.unty, nnd, being elected, filled tbe unpretending office creditably to himself and to bis constituent. Only a decide has passed and behold 4he ineUmorphoeir! Cleveland occupies the moit ez lted station possible to a hemisphere, while yesdan in the terday KocK'a body was found hanging in his garret, where he had committed filicide. Thre is not an infant in the land but cm INp the name of Cleveland; the rery existence of Koch would haye remain-t- d unknown outside n small circln but for the ignominious and pathetic ciUouiy which overtook hia life, Surely, Two Sheriffs to-d- ay Ve.-tU'- G.Kifieuid. whose Perrv villa, B)veAinty. Ky. iito. II MnKlNKtY is 1st Lieut. Williem postoffice addrns ic "TLere'a a Divinity that shapes our tnda, Itougb hew them how wo will,' Louisville limes. Drinking a Farm, Mf homeless friend with the chromatic core, while you are stirring up the sugsr in Ihe ten cent glarsof gin, lot me give you a fact to wash down with it. You say you have longed for years for the free, indepen i!ent life of a farmer, but have never been tble to get enough money together to buy a farm. But this is just where yon are mistaken. For several years you have been drinking a good improved farm at the rs'e al 100 square feet a gulp If you doubt this statement fiure it out yourself. An acre of land couUlns 13,500 square feet. Ejtiruttting, for convenience, the Ian I at $&'56 an acre, you will tee that this brings tfie land to just one mill per tquare footi Now pour ane rent for ten tquare feet. Jown the fiery does and imagine you are 4&llnnlns: a strawberry pitch. Call in fire of your friends and have them help n. pou gulp down that fire hundred fool Get on a prolonged spree some day ud see bow long a litre it requires to swallow a piature large enough to feed a cow. Put down that glass of gin; there's dirt in il one hundred rquare feet of good, rich iirt, worth $43 50 per acre -- f Western Plowman. gnr-lie- I'ae Green Cough lialsam for cough and coldi. tike SOc, For aale by MclloberU A. Stags. Use Green's Howli your ncr talc by MrKoUrti A StHS t 1 bloodT I hare lately purchased trls hotel snd have maae many improvemenu in u. KAYflTlLLX'BKANfJll. I is to keep everything In style, Uko If sw York, are great institutions The reporter excused himself on the ground and Intend only uodarsta charge. They make Ilarper'a Msxailne during 1M7 will coataln a run your errands, accomplish the carriago of that he had no funds with him, and tho man As I hare been on the road (or several years I novel of Intense political, social, and romantic know the wants of travellat men, and I will make Ially your bumlles, do odd jobs In a very ofllcial went away disgusted. entitled "S'afka" aatory oflluulsn life Ex. rJuo.lEx. Hun. IS'J.1 yr. by Kathleen O'Meara: a nw novel, "en"Olearskin game," said tho guide. nThat It to their Interest to atop with me. and. It may.lw added, very perfunctory and titled "April Uope," by W. V. Howellj; Boatb-r- n Lv Covlngton.J He may not live two unsatisfactory manner. The troublo Ls, a homo is a dummy. I M AM ...MM. Sketcbt." by Charles DudUy Warner, and " 4 53 p boy will bo a lwy lie will loltr, play pitch days. You iay your cash for him, and tho IUUrca Harding Davis. Illustrated by William a " t Is a mi 5 to pa Hamilton Ulboa;"Hreat American tbdustrtea'' and tosH In tho alleys, smoko surreptitious other fellow who said ho'd buy him from ArrMlllersburg.,., 8 40 m la 41 nn ! contloued, "Hocfal Btudle." by Dr. It. T. Ely, " Carlisle..... you never turns up. You never could catch TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN clgarettov and "bilk" tho company that 9 01 u further article on the lull war IVoblem by com" Johnson.,..-....- .., Win fn every way ho can. The largest him, for you don't know his name, and if petent writer: new aerie of Illustrations by l;. A. " May.vlll 'to 80 a m 7 40 p Abbey and Alfrnl I'araons, article by E. 1' Kce, messenger conianlcs in, tho world ore in this you did ho'd get a dozen witnesses to provo This Is to certify that Mr. Jacob Olttnhtiuisr TTo.-Scity Tba American District company, an alibi forliim." no longer connected wllh tbe Lincoln Land and other attracttosa Dally which is n kind of attachment of the WestTKANSrOHMATIOX HCJ.T.K. Dally Co., that he la not authorised to contract for the I'XB YCAB Ex. Bun. Ex. Hun In front of ono of the sales stables, which Company, or receive money for the sain- -, or to ern Unlcn Telegraph compart)", employs some . .Ii 00 Harr' Weekly Lve Mavsvlll......, 1,500 boys. Tho Mutual District Telegraph was locked, tho guldo paused and knocked in Incur any obligation in the name ot the Company, S M a m 13 M p a .. I 00 ' Ilarper'a Magazine a peculiar way on tho door. It was opened or In any way to act or th same. 0 87 a m! 1 J) p ra n company about 900, and In tho holiday " Jobnaon.... .. tiirlls! . . . I 00 Harper' Ilazar. .... 7 Ma ml 2 Mp m m nnd tho party walked in. A wonderful perhaps 1,200 or 1,800. " Mlllerslurg O. I.. MUCH AUD, 7 46 a in 2 60 p ra 2 00 Harper' Young 1'eople .... ". 8 These boys uro to bo seen ever) w hero; they sceno met their gaze, liottles, buckets and Arr IarU.....M 10a ra 8 15 n a President I.lncln Land Co. Ilarper'a Kranklyn " Lexington huare Library ono year .. 9 05 a m are very pervasive, very ubiquitous. On a pails full of liquids and jiowders woro scatlo pm New York, Dtc. 11, 1836. " (Sovl n ,; ton 1!. 10 (0 III Ms is f) 00 pm (52 numbers),. tered everywhere. Three men with their great day In tho Stock Uxchnngo tho messenHarper's llandt Andv K'rlet' one year "il sleeves rolled up to their armpits were busy ger boys aro in demand. The largo brokers, 1)00 ,ilI.,,,7TrVn,.S 1Dj Number.) doctoring ii nuinlier of sickly horses. A O whoso transactions in a single day sometimes ,u"ieen o Lxlnglon andS Cincinnati, other tralni amoun t to 1 00, 000 shares of stock, rcquiro for broken down hack was, in fifteen minutes, r. arodallr exrentHumUw. CD f tho csentioii of so enormous a volume of transformed into a plunging, spirited horw O In the Inlte; 1 CheaawakeA r."Jn' '" t,,,,U ' Winchester with I'tMtaze freni to 'a I nitMcrlber a biuiuc&s a great many errand; theio aro He waj quickly taken out on tho grounds nnd Ohio lor Ml Hterllng. Ashland. and Canada. Hunlfngton, Cbarleslou, W. Vs., and llasttrri comparisons to bo made, deliveries of stock sold nt ten trues his uluutoan innocent elu U--. to bo accomplished, rojwrts to customers, buyer I'ait Line; Noi and run vl Winchester 'Hie un )' ri Tutu for Junetin lieremberbnln hHi yesr. Wolld Trains, with I'ullman 4HWpIng Cars Kvery hor chocks to bs certified, and on theso heavy in the market is "docand Nii'nU'ts of ei between S v days it is tho custom for the larger Uoubea to tored" more or lew, and tho eirect while it When no time is will bexln .tn!it;vL,h!ngro,r.,u,,,c."c7"J' W'" CO wllh the dumber uirrwjt nt time of receipt of recruit their army of regular cleilu with a lasts is letnarl.nble. All tho dealers nre oruer. 1 squad or two of bluo uniformed inwsengers adopts nt the revivifying art, and onn "fix liound cil utiles of Hsrpei JIK'slue, for tkree from tho nearest station. It is nimulng how up" n horso In less tinn' than it takes to tell ou "n)r "s,,nt of be yes back, in netilth binding, wilt be sent by o o A horv apparently sound was sold the mail, iKxtjuliI, on rrtrlpt ol it no r volume expert, the little fellows become in nil tho H K.h.'jIOIWE, I 5U itnli earn Cloth Oues, for bludlug, by mail, D.A.KEEI.EY, minutini of . j I: operations. What is a other day for if(W to a fanner hailin? from Oen.I'aM. Ageut. w KWtpsid Trav. I'au. 1...1 Long Hand The put chaser droo him up sealed Ik k, (ovlnglmi, Kv. unknown tongue to the genXT ludex to Harpci a Magazine. Alpbabatlral, I,ln' "7 U.K. IIUNTlKOTD.N-- ' lelver. tho eastern Iloulovard on his way to tho lor Viihinim t to Til, In and Claultied erality ui of city residents, glows to be i Ooneral HlBroi, Covlbgkin, Ky. duslve, Iro.u June, lM, to June, IMA one vol., Mnety-nnit5 Q us faiuiliur to these juvenilo mercuries as tho street feiry. llcforo ho had Svo, Cloth. 81.00. I PT ulphabct. They tell in Wall street many gone llo blocks tho horse bsgau to blow terI llenilttanoo ahotl t be madeby 1'ixtoltii e Mon1 o 2 ribly. Hoprotedto U "u wheeaci," that Sstorlos of their preternatural qui' kuchs. ey Order or Dra'l, to avoli i tunc ut loss CO Newspapers are nut tmopv tbli nlvertlsetnent LJ is, short winded. 2. When tho farnir reCor, Clovelaud leader. without tbevxirus order ol ilnriwr A Hrotbir. HEWFOBT SEWS 1 MI5SIS3IP?! VALLEV turned ho could not llud tho man ho had o AddreeaUAKr-hUork HltOl llblls, New Dime aiuseum Trugeily. bought of. Tho horso looked as though lm H s ' Don't walk tho plank THETerry!" would not outlivo tho day. S3 S pleaded tho woman. "I must do mo duty, "I'll glvo you $." for him for Ids Liza," sU'ndy roturncd tho human fly. said nn uncouth red slilrted hoi soman OHIO ROUTE t ''But you'ro so wenknftcr your long sickness Tho farmer, fearing that his horw would THE SEMl.WEKKLY- that I'm afraid you'll stick to dio on the journey, mid just as feurful of "Oh, I'll pull through all right, hon. Havo being guyed oven if lie did get him home, ICUIIIU no fear." So the once strong man strapped accepted the ofTcr. Tho purchaser wns the k! rnn on his vacuum producing shoes and was partner of tho dealer who llrst sold tho horso. D WnBhinglon, Philadolphia and hoisted to the glazed surface of tho plank The mutual was put un ler tho doctor's Now York. which hung so near the lofty ceiling of tho treatment and icsold tho samo day to antheatro. Tho only line running other unsusiKjeting farmer for $40. Onco, and laboriously, ho went tho plank's A culsom in general voguo among tlio PULLMAN XKU' M.CHI'I.VH C.VKS length. Ho succeeded in turning to go back, dealers b to provo tho strength of tho horo o Ann but then stuck fast. Tho log muscles woro by showing his drawing power. Tho wheals 1 too weak to ovtrcomo the attraction between of tho wagon to which tho horso is harnessed O tho board and tho shoes, oven sufficiently to aro tied together so that thovcaunot revolve. o c V&OH v"t4 allow tho man to drop into tho safety net. Then tho horso is forced to drag tho wagon o Tho horror stricken wifo and tho audience with its load for about twenty-flvLouisville, Olnoinnati & Lexinston, Kj, feet. could only shudder and leavo him lianglng Tho test is not a particularly good one. . 11 nautuiuu VJHJ, thore. Ho cannot bo taken oil until a gymThe "jwrsuadcr," which in horso market Connecting In the same ilcpet with nast visits tho town who uses the snmo sort parlanco means man and whip, manages to Fnat TrainB for Now York. of traj,ozo and nets employed by our stranded call for the anlntal's latent lowers in ono w mrlittl jr rveommenj The Direct Itontetu friend Tho ceiling of the variety theatre is grand cIToi t. your II sttlietitc rtmcly Lynchburg. Danvlll., Norlolk and all too high, and tlio board in an ulinoit inac.jfgPTir.i DAY8V an I (.It at. At rare intervals tho dealers nto themOV A.NYOUD, KY. and North Carolina l'ulnl. t"!il,, AaaV t TO i cessible position. Tho only man who can selves tricked. A man will sell them a horso behave sold cemljrr. jpLaotrDiM4 .i For ticket and further ablf, tntlln everr Xw MuMBlrlotiin. " tatflveatttltfi.tUa.i9 i: mnko thrt rescue is now playing a year's enyour iioarMt tick V,fflce or Information, and tho same day tho owner will uppear nnd address roe,euorIAgunt7lxlni:ton, Ky. W. gagement in Now South Wals Buffalo Urdeal)7th claim that his hired man has stolen tho horso Alc.lt A-- LUl, liillTsuCliabilCa. I Express and run away. Ho has no dillivulty In ideniiuJijo. n', r. iA Vice ficsldent. Clnelnnatl.aVH (Jou'l I'ass'r Ag't .Shark meat ii openly sold ii the Havana tifying tho horse, becnuso his partner In tho OhioJW steal has kept track of him. Tho dcnlsr hai Louisville, Kr. tli'i ni'ttk.'t. Pil. 01.00. Is published every Tuesday and Friday at tbe to give up tho animal and has no chance of lowrrlcoi'f getting backJiLs niony, As n rulo, when In buys n horso ho know to boTUolen ho transfers it through n dozon dlireront parties. IiBB y. HUPffMAN, TWO DOMiAICK YEAR. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH -Whim Haby tim sick, v o care her Catoria, That makes it lint dor lo trace. Dealers scj. Ih Orlk-imnn.l y dom try to cheat each other, but form u solid Whon alia was a Child, she cried for Castoria, combination against o erybody else. Th hniiTi " lilrln-.tir"' . 1v fr When she became Miss, she clnns to CastorU, STANFORD, KY. law require a cortitleato Mth every snl, name P a p E W. ; ?,,', h;.';;r, taVu.7vra Wlieu s'lebvl Children, she cave thorn Castori but it Is seldom ghen. New Yoj): Wot Id. 1- ,office Bouth side Main Street, two doors b iurw. . atenensr Hot a of Ketv York. Tho messenger companies of great cities roan, confidentially. "I know that bono from 'way back. He's a good urt. lib1 (gut blood In him, that horse has, an I know it. Now, tbe man wot owns him an' I Is on bad iootlns. We had a quarrel somo time ago aliout a little bargis, an' so J don't' want ter.bld on. 'Jin. But If yoa kin burihimiur $175 I'll give.yean even $200 tor 'lm. Wot Lv. Lye ; ltihrOBdM u I n 00 a XB.IM, ..MM I . . . to a m HOTEL I SZJ.W.ADAMS, MoKIlHyjEY, - - KY. COMMERCIAL flnt-clfl- 1887. Arr. WlnchUr., Arr rarts-M- .. Cynthlana IlUbsaood a 7 OO V.l . SHpaa 4 Lv. Ieilrstno HARPER'S MAGAZINE iXiXi"crsa:K.a?Er). " Klmuth.... Arr. Ooylrijtten . ., rU ... ' .'llOpnt 47 6 ' 1 10 pro! liipn M p m'lOOla PBI8a PQ Jiaa I g 09 a m nl 3 m t)pm .1.rln " ,0" u 4ra 17 IS pa em d'y say" MOSTM-BOOJI- Dr .lnU,n I'arls...., THB cm-plo- ' eotpa DouTii-Uonw- sea-co- .. " - ra q sll (Wt Q o o Iiiin $ iulrlrllu p I dmml"iitul''' "" -- h e c- d r t - o e Ihh," I -- a i - 1 1 s : i I p (Mnie KMltll(k'M i:M o A SOLID THAIN o Interior Journal W. laaa ul E3 P. WALTON, ProV, 'Oon. IEK PENNYROYAL PILLS il WrJllGEOiV DENTIWT, 1 ,.,,no '. ',!?, '"rt Ol ALLCLAU&a - Kr48:VVfiU-v.-;-...l;- !, 8litltk, !. Mnford. Sinaparlll Clotlieit nnd .'oinpaiiy ilo oftonthiit tell talus In a mute Ixit Liiiiuigo. tti ulrfid. FnreNltioui Oxide Gas administers whin Notttly and Cheaply Exocutod. For sale by Dr. M L. DOUItNE, . rj Sa Wt-- t