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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887020401 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. V Semi 0 VOL. XIV. ral Mi Julefin? lumfmai STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1887. NO. 200. For has on his estate a very fine forest of cyCRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Fiendt on 7naf, SITUATION WANTED II. K. TAYLOR, To tbe Editor or the Interior Journal press trees, untouched by the axe, which he Of LOOAN CpUKfY, la a Candfdato or the oOm Our town is unusually quiet this week, By a young lady, who holds a first grade IMnnounviLLE, Feb. 1. I have been atcel to preserves with great pride and icare. The either u prBupertntendant of PuMIc Instruction, aublset ncaionnu ucompeiem to track Mm conseouentlv there Is a dearth of news. the Democratic State Convention. track skirts it, quite a way, and it is very tendance for several days at the trial of six W., care OTerncM or teacher. Address T. IK stsiioi JouiffiL, Htjnford, Ky. Tite'itaua fiitfi yrtitaum interesting aa a specimen of what this prisoners chsrged with the murder and arVubllthal AT son of the 1'oe family on the 221 of tait Oc- the Christian church next Lord's day and whole of; OAHH. which swamp country was aonce full as but tober. The case is one of great importance. at night LUMBER. Sale 83 Bargain. Is becoming quite the rarity, Mr. Will Land has rented rooms In the I havo for sale all dimetudoni ot seasoned yeltraditional "woodman" becomes more inex- Mrs. Pamelia Worram, Alabama Mills, will U Contractors or underatood If we credit th.tll.M I offer for sila. nrlMtAlr In m.nr...i n-corner hotel and gone to housekeeping there. low poplar framing materia I. It to their lotertat will find desirable residence with aeren ro.mVand' porch-Weorable in turning away from tho pleading Drlce Mills, Falix Mills, Kliaa Jackson and ratal and demanded. Mr. Lou Pettua no longer smiles at the la- to call on ms. of water at the door; stablo, amokahoara. V ItKIIt, cry of "spare that tree." The cypross lum- W. Kial Smith are the names of the accused ataulord, Ky. Ac. About an acre ofcrotind in ih ii. dies behind the postoffhe stand, having re Urma, dc, apply to . a. A FjJFOBD, ber will soon be ss extinct is the buflslo parties. All these people lived near lo and W. P. WALTON signed his position there. Agent for J. It. Alford. m' vrv. AYRKS. neighbored with Mrs. Poe and family. The JS. O.OIVK2IS, promises to become. Ker. John It. James, ot Somerset, has Noury Public. It win nearly dark when we passed thro1 personsburned were Mrs. Kittle 8. Pe, been unanimously called to preach for the Ysioo City, a thriving town of 3,000, which Mollie Poe, Axie Poe, Laura Poe, Patrlie & Baptist church here, and not only the mem O. at one time we supposed would probably be Poe, William Archer Poe, Mary Cams bars of that church, but all denominations LAW, MT. VERNON, KY. our next preaching place after Greenwood. and Mallnda Burns All were burned, but earnestly wish that he will accept the call, QOD IB 18 LOVE And NOTHING ELSE Out the Invitation bung fire for a few of the bones of each, which were 311 Fifth Street, some reason Mr. Tom Ctrson is improrlng. Mr, H" aim main. nnd wo passed it by. We may return to It, gathered up and placed in n box and bur- - ICY. Mc. nolmes and family are all about well X.OUISBVIJCX.I3, ied The place where all this occurred is Special attention to the trarellng if all goes well. ) public. Ilooma 3 and 5, Cromle Block. again. Mrt. Kate Chadwick, Misses Het-ti- e 3I' V' XWtgUp, Fro'r, Our branch line lakes its time, achieving in Knox county, about 12 or 15 miles from 1887. Harris, Fannie Rjdd and Mr. George Qiikenwooo, Mis. , Jan. 27, Vernon, Ky. WOOD WALLA.CK WATT COCIIKAX, a maximum speed of about 13 miles an town. Tho parlies implicated are well-tDrxn Inteuiou. Another little notice hour, including stoppago, which is all in do for that portion of the county. It ad James are on the sick list this week. The second term of tho High School, before no turn our backs upon the Ymo favor of the rolling stock, but rather bad on mittfd on both sides in this cite that wit- taught by Mrs. Tarrant, began last Monewntup, it may be forever. The world ii passenger. We reached nesses can be procured in that vicinity who Jackson at 8.30 day, Some 10 odd pupils' namot are en GENTS' FURNISHERS. eo big; time no thort; and the work no press Like all will swear lo almost anything. 1 feel nt ever plc as if 1 would 93 miles from Greenwood and fouud our other nighborhoods, there aro of course rolled on the books and more are expected Idr, that 513, 4th Stroet, way to the excellent Lawrence House, a in a few days. Mrs. Tarrant's assistant norer hate leleure to reyWit It. Hit we some good citizana. Almost every person few steps away from the depot. A delicious - - teacher will arrive next week. mar be ck in this neijthborho! this win. The Photographer, with wnom I have talked believe them lM-2returning to Kentucky. No supper soon set us to rights and most com Misses Lara and Laila Doores have rete, before fortable beds, joined with the "patter of the guilty of the ofTenre charged. turned from n visit to Mies Elm telling. 1 hear of purposes to inylte ui to Baker, The first testimony was laktn in the case rain upon the roof," made sleep doubly tak-e- n near Shelby City. Misses Mary EJmiaton half a Jorsn place, but thejr hare not We were liar Jly housed before it on last Tuesday. About 50 or CO witnesses and IAtie Hunter are mingling with shape-- in tangible rtiiueal. came down In genuine Mississippi fashion. were examined by the Commonwealth, friends in Stanford. Dr Our visit to Greenwood has been unique Joe Graham and I itu dally opening an c le- :antlineof Fall MUlln-InThis morning the glorious sun wat shin- while the six defendants and fiye or six Mr. Morris Harris went ery, lnclui all to Louisville Mon in this repo; that part of the troupe hare Mado witnesses have been examined on the other ing brightly and as we wait for our day. The latter expects to enter the list of been Ruesto with a Jewish famllr, who The Latest Novelties of the Season. train till J .30 p. m , we have had an side. A large number of other witnesses traveling salesmen, Misa Maggie toward ChristiDavis is hate not the least lowln excellent opportunity of investigating what have been summoned on tbe part of the de- visiting friends in Alio Notions, such u Handkerchiefs, Garrard. Mr. John 8. and CafTi, Itucbtng, Corsets, Bustles, etc.Collars anity, bat like true children of the You fense. The Commonwealth will then offer there is of Jtckson. It will always be asEdmiston paid a flying visit to the folks at HI find me at the rooraa Utely racated by 6ml-le- y arch, who welcomed strangers to hi. tent Mr. W. A. a few witnesses) in rebuttal. to the Myers Home. A Warren, next door sociated in my mind with the loss of the A. under the Rreit ok at Mtmre-iIv- llj home tins week. Alias Kate LUyit is in KATE DVIiDEItAIt. dearest friend of my boyhood, who war Poe, an old man, who seems almost pros- tbe country with Mrs. Harrison Thurmond. nnensul their iloars to the teoipirUT his great grief, was the first I hope stabbed to death on Main street, nearly in trated with Be v. J. M. Bruce'a pretty wife accompaJournerj In their little town TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. witness placed upon the stand. His testi- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL nied him here last Sunday. George and Cjuiin Judie will turn out the front of the Capitol. He was ptovost urn-shmouy in substance is as follows: "I live in during tbe 1'eJeral occupation of "an get. unaware" to their mo.it hospitable At his solicitation, we accompanied F. K, Trlb-b- le Bell county, Kentucky; was living on the Letter from Missouri. to Versailles, Ky., to examine the Iladae & entertainers. Good Mr. and Mn. BelliRer, Jackson, and called upon to do some a Hedge And the Louisville Wire fence constructed by the To lb EJltor of the Interior Journal. dutr that cost him his life, poor waters of Stinking Creek, in Kuox county, Fences Co., which Mr. Txlbble represent, we whom we number with our steadfast in last October; my familyi consisted of a found tbe fence lust aa represented In ererr pir- Raytown, January 27. Through the Courier-Journ- al friends henceforth, took in our two end fellow. He died in a moment, stricken by wife and fire children, and a girl whom I ticihr, being absolutely at ck proof aud we alao- a digger through the heart. I dare to sty kindness of my old friend and associate consmorii nigaiy ornsmrnuu to me rarma on two girl and were only prevented Lote's are constructed. We find upon which a hired girl; I was away Mr. John Traylor, of your county, I have quiring ther Company are perfectly responsible en One year for only ,3-t- wo the that no braver soldier, nor more chivalrous was raising and for the from shelter! ag the whole priy b pipers from home working at tbe log business, been a constant reader of your valued pa- an instr contracts, we ise pleasure in recommore than the priceToone. for ma, gentleman laid down his life during that limited sin of their little cottage. Their mending tbe Company and their fence to all In when my family was burned; a man named per for several years. It Is like getting need of lancing. A. W. Hmitii, kind hearta were lare enough, but room. unhappy struggle than Ciptain Joseph G. ?, A. W. CAarxKTES, ZLla a n 7? wIU receive ,or one OjIo. I stood this morn- Collllt came to Stony Fork of Straight news from home, besides, I see In it so C. L. Caovr, Paper with the B. (. Govun. J. M. Shout. gars out. They hare two fiae, bright boye, Crane, of Dayton, ?" was at work, on Saturday, many things I heartily approvo of, and ing at the very place where he fell and ran Creek, where I fT,0UU.T9 ""'Wor of the Sooth, democrat! trained by their mother in the etrictly orLlf.ni.d. r5 '"".tor revenue oh d trfe ? bert MACK BBUCE'S over, in Imagination, tbe dreadful scene, and told me that my house was burned tbe so few that are distasteful, I must place it thodox Jewish faith, bat In such night before. I started immediately and above the average journal of It obedience that "youon America" ap. enacted on the fatal st,ot, till my blood ran cold. The first person I questioned, in try arrived a little before dark at the burned may be that I am a little partial to my na& Implement House. at rather a disadvantage in coaap irl peart ing to find out where the tragedy occurred, bouse; there were several people there and tive State, though the society of Jackson aoo. laying coanty, Missouri, is as much like that of Oa custom thtr keen up tounhee mo happened to be an old resident, who saw they hd the remain! of the bodies in avtto tbe poor, slain body a few minutes after tbe on a work bench In the yard; I noticed Mrs Stanford and vicinity as any two places I hare now creUly. At f.11 the outside do n, right "door post" there ! deadly rencontre and who described in de- Worram was there and seemed to be doing could wall be. This county, or the neighConcert Grand, bat, hnnz on the very much affected; borhood In which I live, was originally A Full Line of Whoat Drills and a yetee in the Hebrew tongue," encioaeJ tail all the circumstances, I shall never all she could and was Parlor Grand, know who settled by Kentuckians, some having lived othor Agricultural Implements, Baby Grand, It read: "When I eee the blood I will forget that bit of pavement where hit man was eo much excited that I don't ly form was once stretched in death, nor the all were there; the house, was a 1J story hers) for 50 years or more. The old stand- ptM orer you." It thle not affecting? Upright Grand, ball between bys are going one by one, and their places Besides a JZ, ASurtdaT airht we had a curious inter door sill of the store where his head lay log house, two rooms and a Soruare Grand. Since the meetles pillowed, as his handsome features stiffened them; a stone chimney at eioh end of the are being filled by eastern people and In ruDtiao family fact men from every nation under hoaven, Full Line ol Buggies and Wagons nuM?.DtoVko70,t C"CfU"' "lwtM! commenced two fine bird dogs, pointer and in death. It wat too sickeaing to, linger house; two windows in room where attend long at the dreadful spot, though I could stayed, one 12 10x12 and the other a 0 from the Sonny South to the ioe bound re eetter, hare bnn in almotl conitanl PIANOS AND ORGANS wlodow was In gions of the North, Thay are a new peo- Alwaya on hand. In connection with my Ih-- . aoce, with their reepecUTe muUrs. 1 nerer not bear lo Ieare Jackson without miking light 10x12 window; ona plemant buslneaa, I will alio carry a Ever brought to this city. KverT side ple and with tbea come new enterprises U saw finer spedmons of their kind of pro a pilgrimage of tors to the place where he side of room and the small one on one Prices rang, frSJio u 85 per cent. lower tnan Complete Stock of Lumber, of chimney at end of the room; had soma and new ideas, in tbe public school ays other dealers T aak for th marked and mat death. d!lous Ui and perfect! The capital of Mississippi is a straggling gold and silver money in the house, about tern, for instance, this county is far ahead of Both rough and d rested. Prices on erarythlng aa Eiii'liXliS ln,P.,:l of the cull!" they are eTldentlj town pete and prl? lleged 10 and one Kentucky a?nameSardWU,td,,,,n',,h9iaC91'- or any of tbe older States. It character. Aitbe devil would hare it. city, that I should say looks quite pretty in J 10; found none but one 25, one Low as one. they came to an open rupture on Monday the sammer, when the foliage is all out; 5 cent piece in silver; wife had breast pin seems the newer the county the better faI solid t a share of yourjpatrcnage, Bespectfully, Tito TVorld-rcnownKuabc, the Pa found none of them; had cilities for gaining an education, yet these night, and uet ai I wat trying to enforce a but now is not so attractive; iu-- l .because a and mous Decker &Soa, tho Popular X. M. BRUCE. town shows at its worst in ring on her finger and others in trunk; things must be paid for and the tax rerery particular point in my discourse, they loosely-bui- lt and the Reliable Now England "clinched and fit," aa the rjalstonstall le mid winter. Tbe Ctpltol is well situated none of them wero found; had three tink ceipts we get each year would make our Pianos, a crest or swell in tbe rather undulating trunks, one cotton mattress, with steel old friends about Stanford open their eyes, fcLnd hae it and for a brief season pande on monium eeemed broken loose. The hoarse landscape, but is only imposing in six and spring in each corner; none of them were if they had such bills to meet. It has The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and d and has rather found; also had feather bad and sewing bsen as high aa $2 50 on the $100, yet the Thou .halt (to to HOVUXE'H for all thy growl of the Infuriated dog; the ladle situation. It is the John Ohuroh & do, Organs. seeking eaf places on benches and cbulrs; a neglected look. The exterior stucco is machine and could find nothing left of any people meet them without much com Christmas OxrIj. has Just recelred direct from Reason: Itourno body was plaint. nj'rTri" C0MtauDlcat9 wlh us for catalogues, term New York City the nicest and cheapest lot erer men and boys closing around the scene of peeled and cracked from the brick in plac- of these thing; part of another brought to this neck of the woods. fire a. is. A!l4.j, coo K, Special Ag'ta to aid In separating the com- et); nnd the rigged Brussels carpet on the found afterwards lying partly in the Since the "land boom" about Kansas Tbon ahaltbuy the mdlclnea from Itourne strife; some Is Ileason: k Or ROSE R. RICHARD. Do.t.oVi.' batant, others to see which would floor of the Senate chamber, and the broken place; It was not burned so badly as the City, we are all rich, very rich Indeed too valuableBourne's goods are pure.of Tby liferem to be sacrificed became Inert Iteferencear-- A. glass littering the halls and front picizi, do other; I rented tbe house from Tom Gam. how can we help it? When a man can af- edloa. R. Fenny, Mra. E.M.Carpen-ta- r, whip, until at last one intrepid friend J. U. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jamea Beai-leThou shalt marry aeon, very soon. "may hie tribe increase" dashed inlo not impress the stranger with it sense of bull, a brother of Mrs. Worram; he came ford to pay 40 cents per buebel for oats, Ileason: Tbe goose bone marketh this a hard btanford; Mra. Maggie Holmes. Crab Orchmoved to put me in posses- son them on land worth from $200 to $600 winter, and llourne'a toilet articles will make ard; Gen. W. J. Landram and Mlts LUzle Huff, of risk, am td neatnew and tidy housjkeeping. Tbe As over the day I the melee and regardle thee beautiful above thy follows. (It thou doat man, LnncaiUr, Ky. 13J.lyr sion of the place and he and Ills sister had per acre, raise 30 bushels per acre, sell them not deiire to marry, thou oort desire to be envied the great setter around the neck and lug- Ksmbliefl aro not in session this wlntnr of tby a few word, with eachother; this fues was at 20 cents per bushel end live you know because abalt gobeauty. and fishing. Bourne has by main once in two yetrt being tbe rule tnd this ged him oil, bodily, from the scene huutlng Thou strength. It required a little time of wait- is the oft" year, O.herwise, the great, squire finally nettled and she helped him put some he must be rich. Such will be the condi- the materials. havo a baby, a fiddle, an accordion. Thou shalt ing btfoto the storm of dirquist fettled lo a billding, with lis orthodox dome and great of her things out nnd said to mp, This is tion of very many people in Jackson coun- violin strings, lamps, frames, pictures, mirrors, iewelry. your day, but mine will come after awhile.' ty the coming summer. It is evident that warranted has tbess and the finest lot of candles calm Hiifficlenlly serene to resume the brok- front pillars, I. not a bid specimen of liotirne After that sbe seemed to be friendly; she there are people in this world with more ever brought to Stanford. en thread of discourse. Thouahalt keep in mind that Bourne is the UliiO & MISSISSIPPI ii, Iff Toe putoflice h a handsome na siruc-tur- e and my wife visited eichother nnd were money than brains. cleverest man (except Lr, Ox) uod the beat man The yellow Yszio ha ben on quite a to deal with. and the governor's inintion it stately, 'rlendly. I think Felix Mills and Alabama This county experienced tho longest rampige since the rain; its ewoolen Ihnd The direct through line and old eatabllihcd routs "Korea red, violets blus, old-tidhakespeare. builJing, fitly symbjiizlni; the Mills wero with Mrs. Worr.im at the burnt drouth the past summer and fall it has from Sourne'a la the place for you. laden with drift wood iind Almost out of In fact, the half ot his glories aud tine goodr Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii ever had It has been seasonable Bince Oc- bare cot been told thea. bank, oa the other side. Bleimtmt pass present and the put on diilarent sidet of house when I got home." and all points in the West. The principal part of Caroline Kich'n tober, but not enough to start the springs and repass nearly every day eonie of tliem the samo street. The suburb are pretty, to the effect that h stayed at or fill up the wells. Stock water is exceedTwo (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louts. sat of goodly h'h and comely proportions; but with many sightlr vill.tt of tho Southern DB. W. B. PENNY, Three (3) Daily Trains from Cincinnati Mrs. Worram's and that Mrs. W. left home ingly snrce. DENTIST, Barns and corn cribs are smallslern wheeler, for the most pari; on- pattern. to ot. Louia. evening, saying she about as empty of feed as the springs and ubout 3 o'clock Friday Ifont uolcy. Only tO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati Altogether, I am very faronbly imprets-ely, in every case, with most regressive and to M.Louis. with Jackson. I tnpe the dear LOUD was going to haul in sjuie corn; she took wells are of watet. Almost every farmer disproportionate whittle, with which they ,.t11jsVv Tho Only Lino by whioh you can the cattle and a sled with her; she did not A. M. Woodjon. living feej make th frtquent bendi re ehcho, a they may opeo the way up to a meeting here got a ThrouRh Slooping Car came between come and go. The daily trains give it reg some day, It bat a nice, old fashioned, come back for suppar, but From CincInatltoSt. Loula. 1 o'clock The strike of tbe 1.S00 employes in did not hear at night; look nbjut It. I warrant it 12 and A threat comfort ular mall them say nnvthing about burning the Lorrillard's tobacco factory at New York Oar meeting close 1 tonight in fullest is filled up with refined, well bred people tbe onlr line running O &T. "UU- - 'Ibrough from Loulsvtlla a month of ,JT. . I should hnnun . blessing. Five sixths of the entlrw audi rather exclusive and t and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes belci fILl- - i ,ir , w has endedinafter compe,e failure to secure AnouierwimefMeamsnenearu a ai.MleneM made up of a combination of ainall roads. enco promptly rom to their feet to rep nd say at a gue. Hut I like "tho gentry," say the house would b burneii; hed llamiiniis. on the LOKD'S alrtvs have, baln a pleblan myself; nnd I - thcr tothncall Office on Lancaateretreet, cert door to Jstb-bio- r Tho Ohio 4 Mississippi Railway runs Palatial Urice .Mills say me nouse snoiuu ue ueMre. Wackerie. of St. Louis, after 15 on Journal office. Otlico hours from S to 12 a. Sleeping Caraday nlut trains; Luxuriant Par UK'" We are J glad and thankful the aluys expect to have a weakncut for the strojed. j lor Cara on trains; Elegant Day Coach- years of litigation, which has driven her to ii, and 1 to S r. m. Anesthetics administered whao Greenwood. The dear "iiayalier" rather than the "Uoundbead." .) ea on all trains. Matter sent ua to Mr. Worraw, the principal defendant, poverty, has securel $S,000 of the $25,000 necouary. Direct and close connections are made in UNI03 people treated us generously and we lack It it a weaknet.' I have nover been ablo, said: 'I was at home the night the Foe DEPOTS with diverging lines by theO. fc M. insurance due upon the life of her husband, Hallway, thua avoiding trobleaome trans. for nothing. Praise the LUKU: hver in honettly, to settle that question bouse was burned; I did not burn the houee who died at Sbreveport, La., in 1S72, pay fere by other rou tea. la I must go to dinner Geo. O. Uaunes. Well, Tnis Jesus, Tin: TiioKoi:minu:i anything about it until and did not know Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is tbe only lies enough for Jackson; n poMcmf, I may Siturday about 1 o'clock. Jim Bingham, rnent of which was resisted by the compi between Louisville, Cinciunati and St. Loula Lawrkkc e House, Jacicson, Miss,! under one management, running all iu HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL January 29, 188 i know it better in future. If I do, I may told me about it first; I went at once to the niee issuing the policies. tralna through solid and in consequence A mob took Kicharu Woods, woo asIs recognlted I'lrst-ClaRoute be- Deau Intemoii. We left Greenwood write about it more intelligently. Adioil pise to see if I could do anything; helped tween those C'ltlea, saulted a respectable young lady, from the 13 r Jt train, bidden Ever iu Jetus, , OF ADELINE. MARQUIS Geo. 0. Oahkes Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for yesterday on the 2: fire around tho burning bodto put out the full partkulara aa to rates, time, maps, circulars jail at Leaven worth, Kan, put a rope "God speed" by a, number of kind friends, or any desired Information, or write to Tne Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire- - ies; the house was all burned down, except around his neck and attaching it to th This tine Dull will aland the aeason now UOBT. 11. I'OUMAN, one who did us the honor of meeting us at the the my Trav. Pasa. Ag't O. A M. K'y, Somerset, Ky. the sills; I stayed up there till about 12 pummel of a saddle, dragged him over a half mile from stable on Court Lancaater flke, in. men has been in exiatence 13 yaars, ha House, 1 Stanford v. u.suattuc, somewhat distant depot, and nccompanied ol breeding the cow un JOHN f. Barnard, o'clock or 1 o'clock and went home; Felix mile, leaving him dead in the road, with season, wl'h the privilege Money members, and, it is said, h.u tnver Prea. and Ocn'l Man'gr, (Jen. Pasa. Ag't. due when cow provos In call. for 15 miles by a few young folks, whowish Cincinnati, O. Mills went home with ererr vestace of clothing torn from the til thecow in it Hlrlke. Tne ortnlzttion has Mills and Alabama ed to lure the word with our young evidently borne in mind, as a worthy ex Adeline's aire, Herbert, his aire ImManiuls of me." ported Apollo and Uam Imported southern Beau- Each one of the other defendants testified body folk. I don't thins mamma, Cousin Judie ample, the Brotherhood of Locomotive The Commirsioner of I'euslons eatt ,rMarouts of Adllsne'a dam, Adeline, her sire as to their whereabouts on that night, but or I could have drawn them that far en Imported Udy Fish- WALTON'S OPERA the be.t conducted industiial aoso an additional Imported Uncle Tom-d- am HOUSE, have not been able up to this time to prove males that it will require route. er. For further particulars as to pedigree ase U.. ciaiion in the United States. clerical force of one Assistant Chief of Di. an alabtby any other parties Bat they niav .... Ann Triune Bull from aEcho, The run to Jackson was through an un celebrat V.'i.i'.. STANFORD, KY. T .It Hnft kAltA lka fl.rt' vision at S1.S00: fifteen eection chiefs at ed I. the We splash and skip, we elide and slip, UO ?0 TCI. ot milkers Including the cow M, tuu UU uuw ncimfn lull nn interesting swamp till darkness hid the unjuu IKfr!ltrdsy!herowDerl'"lD8U,:3'"! WALTON BROS. . - Proprietors. each; JoO clerics ol caas l at $i inviting landscape. We passed some rery we grumble, growl and jaw, through slmli The testimony will probably be all in to ; cattle have taken the noUbly, one be andlopwe wide and Ihp, oh, Januiry day, The opinion is that all the parties eacl-- fifteen record clerks at $1,000 eicb; T. itniiteln.rrtlslan family, and a crosa with largo colton plantations lead as the beat for the 35 clerks at $1 000 each and live producea a very fine animal. I FisttiE tbe Shorthorn looting lo General Miles, of civil war re thaw! With soaking feet we walk tho will h held begotten by this that Brs, making on aggregMe incrersa in the will buy all tlm male caltia at weaning tltae. Slis of Stage, 20x50. Ight couploteaeta of Seas, A dispatch announce LATER. nown, who owns several thousand acres of street, tbe worst we over saw; it U no joke Bull atgoidpileis delvered of 221 employes, and an nddition to ery. Beating capacity, Bur-detII. . 3HliJtEIl.ky. 6 Reasonable rates to goodIncluding gallery, 60 j. alt of tlie bloody fiends were held witho'lt very fertile soil, through which the railway tobeineoik, thou January thaw -laritord, attractions. jSO-the pay roll of $2o7,000 in Brooklyn Etgle. Ml run, greatly lo in increase in value. He rBIlANNUM, aja ll ISJ-lr- s-- J GEORGE BARNES AYRES GIVENS, NEWCOMB HOTTER tJnX ATTORNEYS AT y well-kDo- 1 (195-17- o S WALLACE&COCHRAN, LOUISVILLE, e.- n. pox, - to Order. KY. MIMiXBTISRY. Danville, Frames jjy. g Mc-Co- lC2-2- B3-- v Grand Combination al Blue-Urai- Weekly 190-l- ", tf well-order- ed to-d- ay. Buggy PIANOS! " auj ed ear-rln- 112-l- ett MVJE COMMANDS! time-staine- y, O. tfc M. Stnniord, I warm-hearte- d Thfi hois 15t-lyr- 17,-00- 0 sn-Ra- er, ' ' 51,-tO- men te ' I '" tl i LWrMUMiniPi Congress passed an amended bill by MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. That prince of demagogues, Cjl. Al BarX ry, of Newport, has formally announced that which $100,000 is appropriated for the An Infant of James Jones, neat Pine in building of new barracks at Newport. he is n candidate for governor and states Hill, died Monday. The circuit court of Christian has dean interview with a Cincinnati paper that William Clark will resumo operations February i, 1887 he is against the new revenue law and for cided that W. P. Winfre, democrat, was at hia distillery March 15th or before. Stanford, Ivy., Federal aid to schools. His own county may elected county judge by a majority of 3, The Good Templara organized a lodge Another of tbs boodle aldermen, Mo compliment him with her vote, but no here Tuesday night with twenty members. W. P. WALTON. other county that has any respect for itself Neil, has been found guilty of bribery at Jam oa Rish was tried before Judge will instruct for him, when they find out New York and will follow his brothers to Colyer, Wednesday, and adjudgod a lunaSing Sing. tic. The Covington Commonwealth in advoca-tin- g his real character. Isaac Barnes, an eccentric Bostonia n, Rev. P. J. Iliatt has been engaged to the repeal of the internal leyenue tax attempt to assassinate Judge FitzgerAh was lately urged by his B iptist wife (o sub preach at the Christian church the ensuing on tobacco, clntma that the use of tho dirald was made in Cincinnati by an unknown ty weed is ab much of a necessity to some fiend, who rang his door bell and fired a scribe for a new church. He agreed to sub year. scribe $5,000 on condition that all biptisms Our postmaster is making arrange-mont- s people na bread and meat. Tho same ar- ball througlhis clothes, whon he respondshould take place in hot water. for sending and receiving night gument might be and is used for whisky, ed to its call. The judge is about the only Fanny Davenport, the actress, gave malls. This will be a groat convenience to in both cases it is too weak for wear real good officer in the city and of course But The taato for tobacco is more of a cultiva- the devils that infest that Paris of iniquity Charles Talbott, night clerk at the Gayoso our people Hotel, at Memphis, her diamonds to keep. W. J. M. Fish has bought of ted one than thai for whisky, for the latter want to get away with him. (or $100, the store-rooThat night he lit out taking them with occupied by can be made to be exceedingly palatable The height of absurdity was reached him and has since been able to conceal J. L. Whitehead, the druggist. Mr, W. Tobacco to the beginner in always nauseawhen a Newport jury mulcted Everet Nilea himself. Tbejewels are valued at $35,000. will continue business in the house. ting and disagreeable. The trouble with although the Al Atlanta, Dave Bland and Sim From this date I will soil Cloaks, Jerour usually bright and reliable contempo- $5.5 for killing Jacob Click, Tho lollowlni: p.r(-rarh- t, mUIdj forth samo of atseys, Heavy Gloves and Woolen Goods at . Ibe good thing! krpl bj rary is that it ia trying to uphold the falla- murder was unprovoked. Next we will Brooks, mill hands, quarreled. Brooks & cious doctrine of protection and is forced hear of a iury presenting a murderer with a tacked Biand, felling him with blow that cost, also all my stock of Winter Boots. chronio in addition to his freedom from pen- shattered bis iaw bone. Bland with an ax Call early for Bargains. F.L.Thompson. in doing so ueea specious and untenable dealt bis antagonist a blow in the breast daughter of Geo. Lola, a comes not alty. argument. The tax on tobacco with such terrific force as to lay bare hia Howell, at Livingston, who has been very from the grower, but the user, and its re The tactics of the Indiana republicans heart causing instant death. low with consumption for some mouths, peal would be of little value to the former, was to hold a little convention of their own Commissioner Black announces that died Tuesday and was buried Wednesday. GKOOEIt, Certainly not so much aa the repeal of more and elect Senator Harrison his own succesonly soldiers of the Mexican war who Mrs. Cynthia Frye and Dxa Lackey onerous tariff taxes on those necessities, sor, but it U hopsd that they changed their MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. served 60 days therein, aud are now 62 are having some trouble over some corn. about which there can bo no dispute, The minds before doing anything so childish. years of age, can secure a pension, unless Lackey swore out a writ and Mrs, Frye was repeal of the tobacco and whisky tax would a I .to. 1 aid No. 2 Markers' In good There was a total eclipse of the Sun at they can prove disability or dependence. arrested Wednesday and trial set for Frisimply reduce the revenue that much with rails are low, fonililerlng the prist of nsh. Cincinnati Tuesday, obeeryable only in that The widow of such a soldier is also barred day. out any positive relief to the people. Let MrMapU Kjrop It as sear pure as tan be Our esteemed friend, D. N. Williams, locality. It had never shed its from the benefits of the act, unless she has the war tariff go first and then it will be immediate found anywhere. other parts reached sixty-twis dependent to whom, by the way, we ara indebted for years, or any oxtent in theie or Iran isfrly say that I hare tb itrj bet time enough to have frea whisky and to- rays to upon others for her Bupport. The Commis items at various times, has just returned than that. election of ('tuned Good. bacco. My Preserves and Jams arc put p by sioner also informs tho surviving officers of from a very pleasant business trip to Dr. T. thf but was presented The key to the dead-locNOTES OF CURRENT EkENTS. parkrrscf those artlcln. the war that the act places them on the J. McGuire's and tbe N. E. portion of our e by Representative Rjbinson at the joint Idrslre those who beta troubled with The "Wickham House, at Hinton, V. same footing with the soldiers, and they county. badUrdto try nine. I am nlltlig (o taVt meeting of the Indiana Legislature WedIf this, the 21, be that gentleman's only receive pensions upon the sarre condiVa,, burned; loss $10,000. every ponud that doesn't glv the most back nesday afternoon and after a very creditaentire satisfaction. tion as they. The amount of pension can day of resurrection, it might be said up to Alexander's college building at Burks ble speech, ho used it very handsomely. I ha? Lima, Navy and Jilted Ilraas, llomlny, ville. valued at $1,500, was destroyed by in no case be greater than that of the sol- noin that the burrowing swine has had no Oat Jlsal, Shredded Oats, Jlacaronl, rlrklti la His vote gave Judge Turpie the necessary occasion to flee from the wrath that is supdier; that is $3 per month. fire. Hoik, Honey and many other things which 1 7G and he nas declared duly elected Sena posed to follow up such occasions; the light Tho Mackinac House, Mackinac Is can not mention hsre-evarticle to succeed Bloody Shirt Harrison, amid tor LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. dispenser not having cast a single ray upon land, was totally destroyed by fire, with a I offer Bovorol Coal Vnm aud my the wildest ccenes of excitement and enthuloss of $60,000. Mumps aro said to preyail in portions his form. stock of Coal Bnclcottat Cost. siasm. The other labor members voted for Cash Baroaiks. Granulated sugar, 11 The President has approved the act of the county and bandanna bandages promT.R. WALTON. and his final vote was 71. It is Harrinon pounds for $l;C sugar 16 pounds for $1: granting pensions to soldiers and sailors of ise a rise. Mirk Hardin, Ute of Monttctllo, Clerk, said that Turpio agreed with Robinson to d of convicts have been sent best prints 6 cents per yard, other grades the Mexican War. A advocate certain labor legislation, which will follow Kentucky's lead down to Corbin to work on the Cumberland in proportion. I want to make room for Alabama caused him to change his vote. Judge spring goods and must have money to buy and make gambling a felony. One House Valley road. has been twice a member of the Turpie has already pissed a bill to that effect. The delightfully delightful weather them with. All persons owing me on acState legislature, one term of which he confiscated in with which we were blest the first days of counts or notes must come and setttle. L. By restoring an estate served as Speaker. He also filled an unex tf 1707. Holland haa made Alderman Groflfi tbe week are followed by thunder, light- - B. Adams. U. S. Senate, to succeed pired term in the Mr, John Perkins, a prominent businiog and heavy rains. of Wilkeabarre, Pa , worth 576,000,000. Bright, who was expelled. At (present he The ladies of the London Women's ness man, connected with the tobacco firm Will Hammond, 27, of Danville, Ind., is United States District Attorney and his laughing gas to have a tooth pulled, Christian Temperance Union have organiz- of Albright & Martin, of Brodhead, was took election is said to be a victory for tho Pres and aince that time can neither speak nor ed a walking club. It can not be foretold married to Misa Manie Martin, eldest ident. move. just bow zealous they will be, but it is daughter of Richard Martin, of the firm of There is an occasional streak of the Hugh Price, who succeeda his dead fa- hardly expected they will insist that tbeir Albright & Martin, at Brodhead, Tuesday genuine Kentucky chivalry manifested in ther in Congress, has just taken his seat, ux be made to walk be- evening, Rev. Z. B. Shackelford officiating. the cold and heartless North. For instance, and is the youngest member of tbe House, foresay 11 o'clock, The foil and explicit report In Tueswife of old Jacob Van 527 years. tho 15 year-olday's Courier-Journa- l of the exemining tri Zichariah Eitridge and Silas WilWoort was assaulted by him in their home The February floods are upon ua and liams were arrested Saturday and taken be al of the parties, in progress at Barbour-villat Stockdale, Pa., when she quickly seizsd Cincinnati, LoaUvllle and all the Ohio fore the United States Court at Louisville charged with the murder and burna pistol and blew the old rascal's brains river towns are preparing for their annual Tuesday, by Deputy Marshal Riley, on a ing of the Poe family, in Knox county, out. This was the story she told before inundation. some time aince, does credit to your old charge of fraud in pension claims, amountthe jury and she was the only witness. She correspondent, "Fishie." Wo hope his James B. Pace and John S. Wise, of ing to $1,781. These parties are republiwas represented by no attorney, bat the Richmond, Va., have purchased the prop- cans of Clay and Ja,ckson counties. special edition almanac has succeeded aa it jury believed her straightforward state- erty and rights of the Southern Telegraph 233 FOUU1II AVENUE, An unfortunate Swiss, whose name we deserved to do, ment and quickly acquitted her. Then an Company for $460,000. The way of the local news gatherer is did not learn, fell upon the street Monday admiring multitude bore her in triumph to A prohibition amendment to the con- in a fearful epileptic fit, lasting for more not always an easy one. For instance, in the home of her mother, amid expressions stitution will be submitted to a vote of the than u quarter of an hour. He said he was writing up the Brodhead msrriage we had of satisfaction and gladness. people in Michigan and it is likely the same trying to reach Knox ville, Tennessee, where our bachelor friend, J. H Vanhook, neatly he haa a brother; and a purse was made op married off and we were congratulating The ovation tendered Andy Wepler by will be done in Texas. him on his good fortune in getting such an John D. Lisle, discount clerk in the to pay his railroad fare to that place. S.-ri- NE politicians and others on his rethe small GOODS estimable partner for life. It was but a National Bank of Baltimore, has dis Dave Jackson, with The turn from the penitentiary, Tuesday, where First to the F. A. Gerst Company, notions, Louis short time until we were told that W T he had served the pitiful sentence of two appeared. He is said to be a defaulter the amount of $30,000. ville, has finally got hia samples arranged Perkins was the happy man. Of course years for killing Henry Clay, is a disgrace A British ship with emigrants for and drops down among his home merchants our report was changed to conform to the city oi Louisville, and is properly to the untor a starter. That's mviu an over' never new order of things, only to be rubbed characterized as such by the Commercial and Western Australia collided with an known vessel oil the coast of Brazil and forgetting his friends, and it is safe to pre- again on receiving information that it was Jbs.. A hero returning from daring deeds -Doalcr In- dict his friends will not forget him. His nekher Mr. Van II. or W. T. P., but John of war could not have been mora highly sunk with its 300 people. If after making the diflerent Rebecca Buck sui- charming young wife is with him and will Perkins. At Andover, Pa., honored than was the convict, whose hands on find- probably remain here whilo her husband changes we havn't the name yet properly can never be cleansed of the blood of his cided by hanging and her mother ing tho body, quietly procured a rope and makes a tour of the upper mountain coun- arranged, then wo give it up. fellow man. ties. Mrs. J. R. Caw, mother and sister, of let herself down by the side of it. Nichoi.asvii.lf, which, judging from The remains of Mr, Murray Boreing Brodhead, are visiting Mis. llouk. Mi Alexander, of Kuoxville, Dr. Matt. the oft repeated tales of bloodshed and vioSunday with the honora of Katie B. will remain and attend Mir. Nes Tenn., committed Buicido by taking mor- were interred almo-- t become the modern reprelence had the Grand Army of tbe Republic (and bitt'e school. Mr S. W. Parris, who has phine. He left a note saying, ''I am going sentative, of Sodom and Qomorrab, has in point of impressivenees any buri- been here some three yeara in the mercanto hell. Tell my son to go to heaven." taken a virtuous spasm and adopted ordi held here. The dense tile business, is endeavoring, on A mulatto named West, a clerk in the al services ever account of Lexington Roller Milln' Cream Flonr. The very best Canned Ooodi. nances nearly in keeping with the Connecthrong of people in attendance attested the his health, to close out all his Interior Dspartment, is on trial for an indepossessions Fresh C'nndies, Oranges, Bananas always on hand, Fnll stock ticut bhi3 laws. Something is needed over cent assault upon Mrs. Page, a white wo- high esteem in which be was held, while here with a view toward locating in Call of fresh goods in every departmout. there, but we fear the new laws will not be rendered so touchingly fornla Cs.pt. A. II, Evans is on a man holding an inferior clerkship under the funeral march, visit to W. M. WATERS, Salesman. any better executed than the old ones. by the London brass band and the mournful Zinesville, Ohio. F. P. Kellogg, him. who was There are always laws enough. The exesolemnity to the division engineer during the K. C. extenThe Pension Committee has very prop- tolling of bells, added deep cution's the thing. sion, stopped over hero Tuesday night. erly and promptly reported adversely to occasion. Squire J. W. Root, of Clay county, was Squire A J. Pike has moved from Pine The silly story is telegraphed from Chi- making Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Blaine a pres cago that th.t fool gal, Van Zindt, has cnt each of $2,000 a year for the balance of in town. S. J. Conn, Altamont, paid us a Hill to the Glades neighborhood. Mrs. J, visit Sunday. Humphrey Faris, Eist Bern-atad- t, W. Nesbitt was at Brodhead Tuesday evenbeen married to August Spies, the anarch- their lives. was in town Tuesday. Paul Schenck, ing to witness the Perkins-Mart- in ist, by proxy, his brother taking his piaco Governor McCreary has gotten a stay nuptials president of the Bernstadt Colonization Co , ceremony. There are various opinin the A special meeting of the members of in the government prosecution against Dr ions as to the legality of tho marriage, but Tabler, of Harrodsburg, foi failure to com was in the city Tuesday. R, B. Craft visit, the Christian church here takes place to there can be only one of its utility. At ply with tho termB of his contract on the ed Stanford Tuesday. Chris. Parman, Wil- night, Wednesday, for tho purposo of eleclis Pearl and little Jarvis Williami are ting or appointing officers. A number of any rate, marriage by proxy wilt never be- Kentucky river. sick. B. R Biker and T. J. Johnson aro the members, more especially those who popular. come Gen. John H. Reagan, the Congressto erect a steam saw have any spirit of goahead-ativenes- s about West ViROtNia and New Jersey haven't man who introduced the Interstate Com- making arrangements of Texas and Indiana, merce bill, was elected on the 31st ballot to mill near Ewmtown, this county. Jack them are under tbe impression that the yet followed tho lead L'zzie Williams, for church should have more life, and better but are still dead looted on the Senator-shi- p. be Senator of the great State of Texas Edwards and are late arrests. Col. Tifiany left works than has been shown in tbe last few Camden in the former 8tate still Maxey was bis leading competitor. Tuesday night for Washington City, stop years and think it a good idea to pnt in a An attempt was made to blow up tbe lacks a few vote' to make bis calling and off at several intermediate points on few new officers and put the matter on a aure. With his mint of money he New York and Richmond steamer, Guyan-dott- ping election connected with the pension bu diflerent footing so as to get more new with dynamite, but' fortunately the business ought to have settled the matter long ago. reau. C, W. Jones and A. B. Brown, counmembers as well as to induce many old Is stil selling tho old reliable OLIVER, and explosion did not do a great deal of damThe Oweneboro Inquirer speaks thus age. The vessel returned to New York ty and circuit clerk respectively, have ones to return who have not attended on is dostined to make it much more popular also hat an improvement that than it has ever been, flatteringly of Senator Harris' visit there: moved into their new quarterj in the court- account of matters having been managed Don't buy a pump until you see tho BUCKET ELEVATOR, and 'for 'cut- repairs. splendid impression on all who for house. "He made a Tae Supreme Court of Missouri has JEWEL and ECONOMIST "The Star of the Cheyenne Indian," by some who are objectionable to eerj hub uuaob uuy mo onuiiua UUiTJSK. met him, and should Harris stock go up in granted a stay of execution until April 1 son of Blazing Star, second chief of his one. One of the causes seems to be that RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. the next three months, as it has in the last gCneraI Une f Hardwaro' G"ceries, Salt, Lime, Cement to H. M. Brooke, alias Walter Lennox-Maxwel- l, tribe, delivered two exceedingly interesting moat of them seom afraid to speak out on Flue til- forty-eigh- t hours, ho will carry Dayiess tbe subject or offer n remedy. This is not tbe trunk murderer, pending an lectures at the court-hous- e Sunday after) W. B. MeKlNNEY. ounty with ease. Balejineo. appeal. The execution was to have taken noon and Monday night upon the long aa it should be. AUUUSTWEIDINOEB. We have just received the intelligence flowers that bloom in the spring are place yesterday. The mooted Indian question, He made some Dotbing to compare In beauty and freshness An aeronaut named Baldwin at San rather startling disclosures to maay of our of the eccidentol killing of Leonard Mar to tie Courier Journal and lima in their Francisco leaped from a balloon at a hight people, (.t the same time impressing them tin, a young man of exceptionable charao new dress. The only objection to the typo of 1,000 feet from the ground and descend- with the truthfulness of hi statements; ter, aged about 2j. no was tho son of ia that it gives those papers too much (ho ed with a parachute. He came down with paid hia respects in no complimentary Judge Caleb Martin, who lives about 18 of this piaco, just beyond great rapidity and fell through a tree to the terms to the unscrupulous Indian agents of miles North-eaappearanco of the Chicago publications. ground, but was unhurt. exposing the gross the Jackson line. On Tuesday, the 25ih government, the TuEdept reduction during the month of ult., he with some other men were chop Mike Broh, a young clothing merchant wrongs perpetuated upon a January ws $9 750,000, The receipts for s ping and getting 'out on his fathat Harrodsburg, has skipped, leaving sun- and by these scounpeople the month were $1,000,000 more and the dry checks and unpaid bills as memeutoes. drel; also touched up a few republican In- er's place. In the fall of one of the trees ago. expenses $3,000,000 less than a He yielded to the fascinations of gambling dian fighters and politicians, in whose they had cut, it struck an old poplar stsnd-iu- g This U a domocratic administration and a short distance oil, putting its limbs and the experts in that gambler's paradiie downfall he rejoiced, and paid a glowing don't you forget it. in a Bwaying motion, when one of them made short work of him. tribute to President Cleveland upon hia po- broke off, flying back to where tho men Gen, Echols, of the Cbeeapsake and sition on the Oklohoma land question, were standing, striking young Martin in A fellow named Craven has taken cbargo cf tho Columbia Dishrag and judging by Southwestern, has presented a gold, "Star" is a luminary of more than ordi nary the head, tearing it open, scattering his brains and of course killing him instantly. the get up of his first issue he is by name watch to Willie Lamb, who hero- brilliancy and oratorical ability, and MonHe was buried the next day and hundreds same. and nature the ically saved a train from destruction by day night held hia immense audience al- gathered to witness the burial of one who Secretary Whitney has named his baby warning the engineer in time to prevent his most for two hours and a was loved and respected by the entire comrunning into a big rock on tbe track. munity. Frances Cleveland. Lalf. SimMStf tt Mi) $ntekoraI a Ad-am- s, m T. R, WALTON, o k b-- ery flrst-clai- s- car-loa- Sunday-night-bea- d e, WALSH, THE TAILOR, P. EXCLUSIVELY. LOUISVILLE, eyer-smilln- g JOE F. WATERS stir-pase- Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass--- ' and Qneensware, Etc. Main Street, - Stanford, Ky. OLIVER PLOWS! moon-shinin- e, V. IX. IIIGGIIV ingc Wall Paper, st long-afferin- g saw-log- much-abuse- d Furniture, y-- Cases, Caskets, Robes. as low as the lowest. stem-wind- ing Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices spell-boun- d B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. The Kroand-jiO- K A NUMUEIX didn't IP m, see hln shadow m MARRIAGES. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. and that's why we smile Stanford. Ky -- Miss Busan, daughter of Dr. Divid W. HAvr. (tome notes and accounts I will Yandoll, of Louisville, was tmrriod Tu coS. O. WALTON, - Uuslnoea Managor, brinit suit on after March lsl, if not settled da (o Jamea F. Buokner, Jr. before. W. II. Hir-Ii- h. A Pennsylvania mm who had lived in ..!. CARD. I. A N. LOCAL TIME For fJAIiE. My house and lot situated single (Wednena for 85 yearn camo to hia near tho engine House on the Crab Orchard Sjnsei the other day and took to himself a - 2 10 r. if. pike at Itowlanu, ienns made known on wife, a bluahing widow of four eccre and Mall train going North. m. Bouth.... 1 14 Aim three. Eipkm train" Houth...... application. Mm Kate Dudderar. A- February of valuable firms are oQored 4, 1887 at publio and private sale in this leiue. Mary Jud,;o 'f nouns J. Billard and Mies F, WithetBpoon were married in Lancaster. Col. J. W. Weisiger hag purchased the West property on Lsxiuglon avenue for g. H. C. RXJPLEY. A1EIICIIANT TA1XOIC, I hare received and I IIM. At Brodhead, February 1st, at the resThe Wartn Spring Indians, now at Dxa. idence of II 8 Martin, the bride's father, Title, will be at our court next Monday to Mr. John M. Parkins to Miss Manie E. LOCAL NOTICE. introduce the Indian remedies on the street. Martin. Attendants, J If. Vanhook and from Penny A Dr. Waite the mauager, will be with them Miss Mattte Crow. Elder Z. B, ShackelBut jour School Hoot " a: lecturer. ford oflbiatwl We predict a happy futuro McAlintcr. your iirocor for the Cincinnati Us Asic Wk are requested to elate that W. II. for this elegant, competent young couple, kery Co.' cracker hnd cakee, Smith only owe the National Bink of and extend tho congratulations of their W AT0HE8 and Jewelry repaired on hor Hustonvllle $855 and that is lully secured. many friends. V. aotire and warranted br Penny A McAJii) No one in Iluttonville, we letrn, will lore a r. . RELIOIOUS. Iiosded Cart. dollar by the failure. IIONTKIU", ATrKNTlOU. ip rlilon. all alxiM of iitiot. at Penny A Mo A revival al the Baptist church, New ThojO?e It calculated on standard time. I li about 20 tutnuu-- s lasteri Bolar lorh...;......-- .. . J'ilSr, H - Altnter'n. stock of jewelry, Intoat A watches a specialty. Penstyle, lloc-tfor- d ny A McAIUter. ooMi-LET- The subscription to the ntock compiny port, conducted by Rev. Garrett, of Mays for the purpose of buying and operating ville, ins resulted in 60 additions. theStanforJ mill propsrty growit slowly, Tho Mormons prof em to believe that though but little effort has been made to Brighatn'.Young is alive and will shortly obtain subscription. Its projectors are PERSONAL. appear as one rlen from the dead. tiangulne of ultimate success. --The Methodist year-boofor 18S7, just In town II. B Ciurr, of London, m The county attorney of Clark, oflended out, says there are 1.322,703 Methodists in Wednesday. Mn. A. It Pennv has about recorered at an allusion to himself br John L. Boiley the United State, 1,289,475 in all the reit in his paper, publishes a card denouncing of the world; grand total, 5,012,237, Coun lllneaf. from hln two wet-kn-' D;. J. 1 Pey- Bosley in tho most ofleo'ive terms Broth ting five adherents to one member, make a A. T. Nunnklia and The world's cr Ibsley needn't fear much from euoh an population of 28,001,100. ton are on the nick lint this week. J. P. Davis, Eao. , of Montlcello, has adversary. A bravo man never reports to population being fourteen hundred million, cards, when he is unjustly at- one out of every 60 is attached to this been the Kiieot of hit .inter, Mrs. KIchard k -mud-slingin- Burnett. tacked. great church. depot An examination of the asneor'a book agent, in dibbled with the rheumstleinnnd shows that lion. John Sim Owsley is the foro throat, largest tax payer in the county and I. ShelMug. Tkuchkart will lecture at the by Tevls, T. L. Carpenter and W. G Welch Methodist church Friday nlghl.-- Prl next in order named. No list, however, KenlurkUn. reach, $50,000. The books show some Hev II C. Morrison, a creat fityor- - stnoge firfiirei, nnny of our reputed rich ilehere, presorted at the Methodist church men giving in le than $10,000. Utt night to a (rood crowd. i A convention of the Women's Christian Dn H. Browm took in the mlnntrel how. It's culd day when ho or Uncle Temp ranee Union will bo held at the Lewia llo'sell Kit left in a case of that Christian church hero next Tuesday and Wednesday and our people should make it kind. a point to see that tho visiting ladies are LOCAL MATTERS. properly and pleasantly entertained, Mrs. L. A. Nield will delivtr a lecture Monday YEA8T today at 8. B. Mrera'. Flitxil day night at i o'clock. Oiher distinguish. CARrrw.Wei are opening this week ed lecturers will also be hero. our epring line of carpels. Owsley A The Daily Indicator, a railroad paper pubCraig. lished in New York, under date of Jaunary 8alt and Coal. -- Will sell 7 buabol bar- 20th imparts this stupid piece of informarel! of salt at $150 Coal aiwaye on hand. tion: At a meeting of the directors of the Isaac Hamilton, Rowland Chesapeake A Nashville railway, held yesinstructed terday, it was decided to go ahead with the Til republicans of Anderson construction of tho Northern division of for Col. W. O. Bradley for governor, first and all the time. Bully boys. Draw the road. The connection with the Kenlut tucky Central road will be either at Danon us whenever yoo see fit. ville or Lexington. Bank Stock. I will sell at auction Paxton. The suggestion of our McKin-ne- y next county court day, at Stanford, 20 correspondent that J. B. Paxton, Esq., National Bank. harea of stock in the First would make an admirable representative in BaU at 11 o'clock. H.T. Buih. the next Legislature, will, we believe, strike On our fourth page today will be found a responsive popular chord, because he is a sUlklng and instructive illuilratlon of capable, honest, temperate and an advocate the comparative worth of the various kinds of temperance. The very excellent race of baking powders now on the market. that he made for the nomination for coun-Death or a Good Citizen. News reach- ty attorney, show the high esteem in which he is held by all who know his many ed us at a late hour last evening that Mr. mind and heart. Kobert It Gentry, Br., died suddenly of ap excellent trails of "Dplexy. Ha was abaul CO rears of age and Elated over the final answer to her sn excellent oliiitn. prayers that the bar rooms should go, Mm. by vlv Ed Cildwell, who has reason to wish them A thunder storm, accompanied Id lightning and rain, began about C o'- wied out, decided ail by hersalf to signal iza the expiration of the last license by clock Ttiesd ay night and lasted till midnight. The rain continued all day Wed- ringing tho Baptist church bell at midnight Tuesday. Accordingly she gave it nesday anil till yesterday. such a ring that it awakened half the town, The room In which the Commercial bar under tho belief that the whole piece wre was kept Is being remodeled for Mr. Har- on fire and there was hurryini: to and fro ris, who will open a restaurant therein. In hot haute inil many a shirt tail 11 uttered The toper on viewing it no doubt solllcqui-zm- ; in the brex), O le or twq, women fainted "Alas, to what base uses may we and the devil was to play generally, till the come." of the ringing was explained. Mrs. Oen Cahh Clay it out in n list of ap- G'zaal is (o be admired, but it would be pointments to present his claims for the well if when she wishes to celebrate in the nomination by the republican! for goyern-o- r. futuro that she let some of the citizjns al Stanford is spared. It's no use to least into tho secret. come here, general; we are all for Billy Crushed to Death. Tom Connelley, a Bradley. brakeman on Captain J. E. Duke's train, J A. CAiirjrNTEit, our excellent LAND, STOCK AND CROP Hay and corn fo: sale. ton. Eph Penning For Sale, A froih milk cow. J. E Bruce. Fifty ton of hay ready baled, for sale, John Bright, Stanford. A good numbar of Iambi hnve been engaged for June delivery at 5 cents. For Sale. A car load of broke mules " Janiw A. Djty, Hyattsville, Ky. Sixty first claes feeder for sale. Apply to W. M. Catron, at Nunnelley's stable. I have 100 bushels of home-raise- d do ver seed for sale. J. S. Murphy, Stanford, Ky. In Lonisyille cstlle are stetdy at 1 to 1 35; hog firm at 3 to 4.00 and sheep do at 2 to 4 cents. Lightning struck Wilkerson' stable near Eminence, burning it, two fioe mares and a couple of Jersey cows. For Bale. A limited quantity of Welcome seed oats. One hundred bushels per acre has been produced from this variety. Weartn A Menefee. J. E Bruce bought of F. M. Bollar 01 acres of land adjoining his farm on Hawkins Branch, for $2,300, and bonjht of the Jackson heirs 20 acres, also adjoining him, at $35. Dr. J. B. O wiley tells us that there is quite a look up in hog meat. Pork baa advanced 75 cents on the barrel, aides 40 cents on the 100 pounds, and corresponding advances in all other cuts. The Senate passed a bill Wednesday appropriating $10,000, to be immediately available, for the purchase and distribution by the Agricultural Department, of seeds for the drouth stricken Motion of Texas. Mattingly A Simms sold to Lee, Hudson A Co., 11 mules at $140. At Qlaia-brook- 's sale 30 head of yearling mules brought $G5 45; aged mule from $75 to $125; yearling steers $23; fat do. $28, and CO barrels of corn $1.82 -- Lebanon Stand ard. John A. Thompson, of Montgomery, sold Saturday to Gnarled Cecil, of Columbia, Tenn , 40 yearling mules at $87. John A.Judy purchased yeoterday of Hub. Sto-ve1G fat cattle, and of Eldred Bean a car load, weight 1.G50 lbs., at $4 25 per cwt. Winchester Democrat. A $1,200. Marriage license wa ieeued Wednes day evening to James A. Stapp, of Madison county, and Mis Ella V . Jennings, of this county, Mr. J. W. Wet, chairman of the ra publican county committee, has issued a call for a convention at tho court house on February 12, to appoint delegates to the Louisville convention and to transact other important business. Dr. Elian Fisher, one of our oldest and moit prominent citizens, is ill at his residence near town. Mr. M. D. Hughea and Prof. J. M Harbison went to Laxington Thursday to be examined by the civil ce commission. Mi's Minnie Dinwiddle, of Huetonville. U on a visit to friends hero and will remain and lake part in the can lata which will be presented next week. Dr. A. S. Price has gone to Gallipolis, O, to practice hi) profession. Court Notes. The jury in the Bright will case returned the following verdict on Wednesday evening: "Wo of the jury find that the paper in the contest purport ing to bo the last will and testament of J. H. Bright, deceosed, Is the true last will and testament of said J. H Bright, deceased." Messrs. Noel, Tomlinson, Breckinridge and Owsley were employed for the appel lants and Messrs. Jacobs, Bradley, Haiding and Kauffman for the appallecs. Joseph Turner, who shot Joshua Aldridge December 25, has been indicted by the grand jury for unlawful shooting. It is really painful to note that no one seems willing to announce himelf a candi date for the legislature in this county. While other and lees important countiei are whooping things up with three or four candidate for each position, no still small voico ( heard uplifting iteelf asking for the honor in glorious old Gaarard. If the office must seek the man it is certainly high time the office was getting on its seeking clothes and preparing to pounce down down on the object of its affection. There are lots of good material here and a good democrat ran eaeily be elected over any republican who will offer himself. A man of rather prepossessing appearance arrived in Lancaster about two weeks ago and applied for board at Mrs. M. E. Holmes. His business, he claimed, was that of selliog spectacle. After remain ing here several days he went to the livery stable of Engleman A Farris and hired a horse and buggy, ostensibly to take a trip to the country to sell goods in his line. This was the last heard of him, the hone or the buggy until a few days since when the owner of the turnout received a letter from him dated at Ciccinnati in which he stated that Mr. Farris would find his horse and buggy at a livery stable in Danville, and that be would pay his bill just as soon as his financial condition, which at the time was in a shattered state, would admit. He made no reference to his unpaid board bill which amounted to $5 50. eer-vi- itlll receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprltlng the boit In the market, which will bo Qotton TJp in Stylo arid Mnko Sooond to Mono in City or Country Give Me n Trial. :h:. c rtjpley. Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orloana and Toxas Pacific Railway.) Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. KRAI) DOWN. rUAlNBBOUTH. " I HEAD VI', THAINa NOKT1I. y, "Half I Dally Dally. Ex. Bun. No 3. No. 6. Wo. T. nTATIONS. . No. I. No. i, i No. 6. No. 8. Dally. 8 10 Daily. Dally. Ex. Sun Dally. Dally. 7B5am 401pm 705 pm 10 22 am 7 35 pm 10 43 am 8 Ol pm 11 (8 a in 841pm 1120 am 8 89 pm 1135am 9 10pm lOCiani Cincinnati ...K'ti Georgetown am am ....NIchola-Till- e am pm -- Uarrodsburg Junction.. pm Danville pra Junction City Kings Mountain 325pm 1260pm 227am 120pm .....Somerset -- .. . ...Oakdale 530am' 730am 353pmi.... G 13pml 825 ami Chattanooga,. 510pm' . Birmingham 130k mi 962pm .Eutaw JMibi :....... 12 30 a m 740pm .Meridian lOfiZpm.lOSS 20 pm ill 30 U 41 pm 11 51 1233 12 33 a iu 12 47 12 3 a ml 2 42 11 p m) 7 55 a m Itc. 3 00 n in ............. 7 35 a m New Orleans 110 ami G 40 am 5 09pm 434pm. 727am l.'Snm 201pm 4 15 pm' 7 00 a mi 4 05 a in! 1 35 pm 3 61 p m C27a m f.lSOa m 101pm 325pmt547am; .....1223pm 3 12 p m 5 31a ml 2,50 am 12 II pm 302pm 520am ' 2 45am 120; pm 1042 am 133pm ...'120am 950am 110 00pm G05ani i045am 7 10 pm S25 a m 10 15am 12 50am 911pm G20nm G40pm. 315am 40 p m 8 00 6 42 p m 10 25 p in ..J .. I - 1255 ... - ami 730am G 45 p m 710pm . ..Meridian .Vlcksburg ..'.....JhroTcport .T. P Junction 235 . j. ...! am 731pm 8 15 a m 750am at No. 9leares Oakdale dally except lunday, at5 11 a. jj , Arriving at Chattanooga leave Chattanooga at 3.01 p. it., arriving at Oakdite at fl 1 J P. SI. Mann Boudoir Bullet SleoplDg Cars on all through trains. .15. No. JOHN C. GAULT, Gen'l Manager, H roM.UtUN, Gen'l Frt. A Pais. Agt., It. CAtlllOLt,, Uea'l tjupt., K. X, UVAN, Asst. Gen'l Frt. A Pasi. Agent. W, W. WELLS, Superintendent. Somerset, Ky. General Office, HI. Paul BullJing, West Fourth 8tret, Cincinnati, Ohio. PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! We have much the largest stock and best assortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will find a NO. 5 CHAMPION, tho Plow of all Plows for sucli work, they are almost indistructible. We have various kind of plows and at all kinds of prices. We can suit any one that will give our assortment an investigation. We have a few Sulky Plows we will sell at very low prices. . .1ETT ADVKUTlHKmtBTH. FOB SAM3! Valuable Real Estate and Booms. Store 'mtnft 4tnr iwim nn thn Pnl.ir c.... family wd as Slore-ruom- s Krocorr room. Two on Itlchniond Street, near Public Square, on now mod ru a Millinery Btore. the ns an Undertaking establishment other With till block will bo said II desired a lot of ground Oil- - Al Executor oILowliY. Philips, tiecM, I ofler ....v, .. . .:."" iu wnuwjuB rem and near tbo growing town oi Lancaster, esiaio In Garrard county, JImtuckj: uqo juick on ruwicsnmro of tald town, now uM rj adry-Kooroom. .. oiore-roor- a, di adjoining. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. One farm with homo and oilier Iroin Liccaiter.'or 137 irrra. OnoFarmolHOacro-.Suillo- a tho Uxlngton nrce-ar- y Turnplko, from 3 mllei Ltncastr, fell between the cars half a mile from Tuenday, and was literally cut to pieces, his body being strewed along the track for yards. Thee were gathered together and taken to Nelsonville where an inquest was held. It seems that he was sitting on the Sth car from the engine and , is at last without a Stani-orin answer to a call for brake got up and the license of the last having expired at in stepping to the 9th car dipped and fell midnight February 1. We shall now begin to the track, and all the balance of the to see the effects of the prohibition law, train passed over him. Connelley was a though not In full, since our suburb of being at May citizen of this county, bis home Rowland has two which will run till Milledgerille, He married a sister of Bill Greoham and the and several children are This is a great country, we may take oc- left in needy circumstances. He had only e, o bar-room- has been in office just a and wo take occasion to remark on year the anniversary that he and his catimable awhtsnt, Ml Roe, have given the most entire satisfaction. The poetoflica was never better conducted. Cait Richards . casion to remark. Away up in the North been working for the Louisville and Nash weat a blizxtrd is prevailing, with the mer- yille about three woeks, coming to it from cury down to 25 below zero, Here thunder theK. C, on which and also the O. S. he clouds are of t daily occurrence anu tne had been employed. weather warm enough to start the flowers QAMM.ER3' Paradise. John G. Pul-liato blooming. wide-awake the bright and Jocal edThe storm of yesterday morning pro- itor of the Uarrodtburg Dtmotrat, was here duced a darknmnsd intense that lamps had a Bhort time this week, in exile because he office for did to be uod in our not wish to appear before Judge Russeveral hour after sunrise. The rain fall sell and a grand jury and explain these well-lighte- d ning accompaniment made it look more like a summer storm than one in the dead of winter. Ax.' Field'b Minstrels gave a capital show to a nearly full house of delighted people Tuesday night. It has nany new and pleasing features and is tint class throughout. The telephone business was very amusing and Mr. Fields kept the house in a roar with his funny message and local hits. The music was good, tho dancing excellent and the performance whole-souleliberal clean. Mr. Field is a man and his company a collection hearted of gentlemen. was very heavy and the thunder and light- "There is more gambling in to the rquare inch and more people living without labor bIz; taken into consideration, than any other place on the globe. On the grand jury is an expert 'eeyen up' player, who is also acquainted with the'ways that are dark' when it comes to a game of 'poker.' The grand jury should get him to describe the feelings of a trying to swoop in a man with a 'king-ful- l' when the other fellow held four jacks. 'pot He tried it once hinnelf," Tho judge iiad isdued a special order to the sheriff to bring the body of Pulliam before him, but John got wind of it and took his body oil with him out of the officer's reach, items: liar-rodsbu- rg crats all over tho county to urge him to o content to be a candidate. I honestly if be is a candidate he will have that no opposition within the pirty and but little, if any, outside of it. He would come so fully up to the standard of being in facl a Rtprtxntalhe of the people of Lincoln, one of the bel couatie in the State, that I believe the desire for hii election would be almost unanimous. Ha has the brain capacity that would make him the peer of any other representative in the House. Hia sterling integrity, diligent industry and fine business capacity would soon mark him up He is a man as the model representative. of fixed and well known principles and could, therefore, always be relied on. He has a head full of plain, practical common sense, and would not, therefore, try to the people by coming before them on the hobby of & demagogue; and he is bo conscientious in his devotion to what he considers right that he would never be found (dodging a vote," or waiting the time and money of tho people in trying to win a choap reputation as a crank, or a buncombe orator. He may not de'ire the office, but unles I am greatly deceived, his sense of patriotic duty will compel him to yield to the will of the people and become their representative. de-cel- ve Jan irin, uuimi'roTru, miles irom Lanc&iter. Ky:, on the Islington Turnpike of73 acres. And February 2, 1887. There about 4alio a tract of !6 acres on Uilbl'i Creek McKinney, miles from Lancaster. As executor, I deilro to jell all this property. seems to be n quietly growing sentiment l am empowered by I to make deeds to It, that Joe B, Paxton must be our next repre- A fine cbanco Is now oflercl to thjjo desiring homes or Investments. sentative iu the Legislature and I ask the For full particulars addrens my Attorney, H. T. use of your columns to call on the demo- : mn uuiivrpikiiim hi a inn ""i, '.. To the Editor o( the Interior Journal.the-wll- Sensible Suggestion. and necemry outbuildings. M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Z33A.I-,fcUle & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. UN f0Sk5f "" J. St.l'UMLII'H, Executor. ! CoiniuiKgloiicr'H Hale Drugs, Cucuiicala, PalitiH, OllR, VALUABLE LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. .Tones L. Inning, Wull Paper, Books, Slntlonery, Soups, Wines. Liquor Cigars, " Perfumery, InHlriicmeiit., Pocket TolmccoM, Cutlery, MiiMlenl Fire Arms, Afnculn Needle. In Equity. vs. Jones L. Adams' llelrs, Adams, administrator and others Plain-tif- f Ac, Defendants. Genuine . O. Salts in Bulk nt Wholesale ami As Ma-te- r Commissioner of Garrard Circuit Court and persuant to a decree In raid Court rendered In the abore styled caso at Its January Term 1837, I will on the retail. FEBRUARY 24TH, 1887. On tho premises selltothe highest and best bidder on credits ol six, twelreand eighteen months NIcholasTllU A Lexlngtnn Turnpike Itoad, Biallw from Lancaster and S mllos from adjoining the lands of A. J. Rice Johnson and others, known as inequalpaymentatbelandln tho pleadings mentioned, The Jones L. Adams farm la Osrrard county, on Dlx rlrer and on the Danville, Dan-Titl- PHARMACISTS, BliALBaS W about e, J. 8, u. 1 o -- Hw, Rnnte - Q4ntinnnrv anri ww..wj 0LIFPE HOME of ABOUT 510 ACRES and Grazing Land In a high watered and well Impror-cd- . with excellent resldenco and all the necessary outbuildings, turns, stables, orchard, Ac, Bald land will bo sold In a or lu parcels to suit purchasers. TEUiH: The purchaner will le required to execute bonds payable to the Master Commissioner witlisuroly to baapprored by him. bearing 6 per cent. Interest (rom lay of sain untr p.ild and haying tho force and ell'ect of a judgment, and a Hen retained upon land fjr tho purchase money. rauuy .ruuu5. -- tTlii&uMX ZZ1 gui . dS date of cultlratlon, well Ol Good Farming tlV.l.l UTIli;iua . ..... ..I hIIhm. anniivatal (rfi'Dt.Ilpiiuuaj A awii; flAITItWIII fill .1.1 - JEWELERS. The Largest Btook of Watohes, Jewelry and SilTorwore Ulooks, Eyer bought to this market Prices Lower than tho Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Ke-palred on short notice and Warranted. Democrat. Wm. Montgomery killed Henry Antea-ter- , at Georgetown, by striking him with a brick. Both are colored. Milliard Butler, the midnight assassin of.McCoy, at Louisville, did not get tho usual relief from the Court of Appeals, bo he will bo taken to Frankfort at once to eerye his life sentence. ter its olaalo N. II. Is Msstcr Commltsloner. of farm will be gWea &i soon as compiled within o bosoldthofollowlncnrnnertr.to wit: A fine Tnunt- Jitk, four Taluable brood mares,three yearling colts iwoor inrceuoou wora amies, lour io. i Milch Cows, three high breed Poland China Hogs, Farming Implements, includirg Sulky Plows, ,wo rn Hinders, (one new one) Ac, Household and Kitchen Furniture, ono Plani, Pnx ton and liar DMI.' AMKKIOA ADAMi, BE.13IEC ADAM3. At the same time acd plscethe-- wlllalso kSESJs. SH BWN wlib tains HIRC. Irmt have tti-- i hUmr-- 4 SLICKER Don't waste yonr money on a gum or c.tslnmii, to com. jish nara-si si Ness tannin tjnt-- Lancaster. Ky , Jfth "rtn rubber will keep you wll.h.ilnt.w wiir ana wtroor. andiml tits nnotber.dry in tho AikfnrflitOiVtR'l HltANSlil .FKIE If your tub storek-ep- twim iih"i sml fnrlTlptlv A J. WKK. WmmfflnSt .Boston do' 2, 1337 UOO-- t, d.) '" fcuk.S-'M.- iil, . ". fcl V yf f How a Mast Act Ruined a family. Gold-in- g, DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT r. on THE INVALID PENSION BILL, votaes are building an immense temple, Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and Western Emigration, which will coit 1230,000. They believe Bucklen's Arnica Salve for tn o years. Have nevThe movemeut westward during that they ill not die and that they are the er handled goods that sell as well, or glvo such There have been some be the remnant of true Israelites who will reign universal satisfaction. by the coming eeason promises wonderlul cures effected these medicine in this largest over ktmwn in the history of with Christ for n thousand years. Their city. Several cases of pronounce! Cousumptlcn emigration. This is largely due to founder was a man named Jazriel, who is havo been entirely cured by the use of a lev botthe tact that while in former years now dead. Ilia detth wsg a great shock to tles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In connection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee tbem each eeasn's activity was confined to the believers, but his wifo claimed that it always. Sold by Penny A McAllstor. (1) the particular section which happen- was an Accident, and declared herself to be ed to be in favor at that time, at the An Enterprising, Reliable House, his successor. Penny A McAllster can always be relied upon present the entire western country In nearly all the States the courts have not only to carry In stock the best of everything claims attention and each section offers advantages which attract the set- held that it is legal to t'un a man by means but tosecure the Agency forsuch articles as have merit, and aro popular with the peool a pcstal card. But it is unjust all the ter. ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of being al. to the debtor; not that the sentimen In anticipation of the season's busi same, ways ontorprlslng and ever reliable. Having seness the Ohio tfc Mississippi Railway tal Injury to his feelings is of any conse- cured tho Ageucy for the celebrated Dr. King's tickets quence, but in giving the postmaster and New Discovery for Consumption, will soil it on a has placed on 6ale round-trito a large number of western points at his friends an opportunity to read the dun, positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and every aSection ot the Throat, Lungs and sery low rates ia order to afford an the debtor'efjehancea for obtaining further and tosbowourcouSdence, we Invite you Chest, to call opportunity to look at the land before faiors of a monetary nature are appreci nd get a Trial Bottle Free. (1) , Jit tltnacM. tic, That In considering tho Mil graduated with the honMrs. Jennie It Dillehay has sold out lion cliluii of dependent GRANT'S (Alum rondcr). ors ot hia class from the Norfolk, Va., in Chattanooga and will probably return to causeor death, and the fact parents, the fact and tht the soldier lett School. Six months after his Dsnvll'e to live. Normal BTJMFORD'S, when fresh.. sHHsiBHHHaflHsVflMMHH FLORAL no widow or minor children, having been shown . valedictory to his Alma Mater, he The Al Q. Field minstrel troupo play ai required by lav, It shall be necessary only to GUIDE IIAXFOKD'S, uhoa fresh... MHMsBHMMsaHHHHM B Cyril-lwas united in marriage to Miss ed to a good house Wednesday night. Thty ho by competent and sufficient evidence that For 188y uch parent or parents are without other present Henderson, tho acknowledged bollo (jo to Harrodsburg rediieaivs wmmamkwmmmmmmm r Now rrady, contains 2 Colored rtatm. hundred of It means of support than their own manual labor or luMntlnm, nivl ncntly 200 of tho county, and began his career in CHARM (Alum Powder)... drnliigaml I Kmcrlulturr, ami over t oroiilalnlniaii John Stodghill will shortly remove the contributions ot others not legally bound for siHHHLl llliMlratrd Ulof nrarlv all II rWWIM aaS the commercial world under the most his butcher shop to the room on Main street their aupport; rrcilJtJ, that no petition allowed with directions Imw to prow,ttim, AMAZON (Alum Tondcr) . whfiT tlie ltki:i:iW, I.ANTH. niut tltJI.IH auspicious circumstances. Then fol- formerly occupied by the Adams Express under this act shall commence prior to Its passage, can be rrocuml, with prices of each. This book mallet and In cue of application hereafter mads under aixl lit 10 wnts may beds lowed two years of unalloyed connufreesn receiptor CLEYELANIVShortwt.,oi.) Company. ducted front tin- Brut urdtr sent us. Kvvry ins Inter this act the pemlon shall commence Irom the date bial bliss, during which Dame ForIn a snnltn, or who drslrrs (rood, fresh eetdi. Mr. A. P. Wilson 'has' converted the of the filing of the application In the Pension OfTIONEER (San Francisco).,. should hsvpthH work. We rvfrr to the millions wtvi tune smiled benignly upon his Gnau-cia- l pulor of the old Central Hotel into a neat fice. have uned our penis. Buy onlv Vlca's Heeds t tltat CZAR quarters. JAMKH V1CK, BHiUttOIAN, endeavors, until he had accumulaBsc.3. That all persons who served three and will soon fill it with a stock Itochrntrr, W. Y. snug little sum with which to store rjom ted a months or more In the military or naval service DR. TRICE'S .. of fjmlly groceries. it of the United States In any war ln which the defy the proverbial "rainy day. A telegram this morning United Slates has bwn engaged, SNOW FLAKE (amir's).. It was just at this period, in the announcing the was receivedsome point in honorably discharged therefrom, and who hare death, at and who are V MW empyrean of his joy, when presumaSfSfSfSfSfSfSfSfSfSfsj ur.H l.-who may herrafter be bly ho was about to exclaim, "Soul, Kansas, of Bud Harlan, a son of James L. noworcrphysical disability, not suffering from Ben-tthe result of thslr l'EARL (Andrews A Co.) .. STANFORD. tako thy ease," that the iconoclast Harlan of this county. own tUIoui habits or gross carelessness, which A negro girl named Cede Hays, 15 Incapacitates them for tho performance ot HECKER'S came to shatter his bright dream. It labor E. H. BURNSIDE, happened in this wise: One day, pick years old was declared insane by a jury on In such a degree as to render them unable to earn GILLET'S and who are incun a note in his wife's apartments, Tuesday. She is in jail until a place for a support,support, shall,dependent upon their dally ThiB Old and Woll - Known upon making due proof labor for ANlREWS&CO."ltpgnr ho indifferently opened and read it. It her ctn be obtained in one of the MIIMin, (Oaulai ilnm-- i of the fact according to such rules and regulations Hotol Still Maintaino its was addressed "Darling O , ana subHULK (Powder sold loose).... as the Secretary of tho Interior may provide In High Ropututlon, Warren Russell bought on Wednesday pursuance of this act, be places' on the list of scribed "affectionately, Felix." The AND RUMFORD'S.whennotfresh M pensioners of the United States, and be endenouement fell like a thunderbolt from E. It Russell a mare and colt for luroP.rioto.r ' Determined thtt to receive, for such total Inability to pro "f. Shall be Uecond to no , titled from a clear sky. It was plainly evi- $250 The mare is by Lud, sou of It Oonntrt cure their subsistence by ual.y labor. II. per REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS and In foal by Judge Ruger; the wean- month, and such pension shall commence from Hotel in the State in iu Faro, dent thnt Felix Bramo, the dissoluto Appointments, or Attenson of a neighboring farmer, had suc- ling also by Judge Roger. the date of the filing of the application In tho As to rarity niul"YIiolcsonicncssortlioltoynlliakingPovlcr. tion to Comfort of in alienating the affection of tho referring to the fact that Mr. W. J. Tension Office, upon proof that tho disability then ceeding In their Gaeoti. "I havo tested a package of Royal Biking Powder, which I purchased in tho prepoasestng blonde, although he had Lfli democratic candidate for the nomina- existed, and contlnuedurlng the existence of the open market, and And ItcomjKieodof puru and wholesome ingredients. It Is a cream same In the degree herein provided: J'rocildl, been a persistent but unsuccessful suit tion for Representative, spoke at North That persons who are now receiving pensions unof tartar powder of a high degtvo of merit, oud docs not contain cither nlum or free of charns. Nperlal aerommodatloat phosphates, or other Injurious substances. U. Love, ru.l." or for her hand prior to her marriage Fork station last Saturday, your correspon der existing lawi or whose claims are pending In to CommsrelaiTraTslcn. 1a Har will " It is a sctcutlflc fret that tho Royal Baking Powder Is nbsolutclr pure. " " always sapplled with tfte choicest with young Golding. dent would, had he known it, havo stated the Pension Office; may, by application to the .. "U.A. Morr, ru.D.' brands r LIsors aid Clears. Tho note, which was liberally inter- that the appointment was Judge Breckin Commissioner ot Pensions, In such forms as he spersed with epithets ot the most en- rldgeV, that Mr. Lvle was there by invita may prescribe, receive the benefits of this act; but have examined n packaco of Royal Making Powder, purchased by myself In "I so as herein contained shall tho market. I dud It entirely frco from alum, terra allu, or any other Injurious subdearing character, indicated tho fol- tion and that Capt. Grubbs was also invi- nothing more than one pension be theconstruedtime at same llESitr Monro, Ph.D., 1'rcsldcut of Stevens Institute of Technology." stance. to allow lowing night as the time when he ted. There was no intention on the part of to the same person or pension to commence prior to "I have analyzed a ruckico of P.oyal Baklne Towder. The materials of which KENTUCKY CENTRAL 1. 1 would call, showing the liaeoii to have Mr Lyle to "slip up" on either of bis com the passage ot this act- An.tpnvlJtJ (rttr. That it Is composed are pure and wholesome. S. Dam, Hates, Stale Awajcr, Mass." rank In the service shall not be considered in apexisted for some time. Golding, who petitors Tho Royal Diking Towdcr received the highest awanl over all competitors at plications filed thereunder. was to have departed on the following Mrs. Q M. Cresay,of Elizibethtown, is tho Vienna world's Exposition, 187.1; nt tho Centennial, Philadelphia, 1TU ; at tho ujUaiioUrnKH Itouie." Sxc, 3. That no agent, attorney, or other permorning, to bo gouo several days on visiting her sister, Mrs J. II. Thomas. A son Instrumental In the presentation and prose American Institute, New York, and at Stato Fairs throughout tho country. No other article of human food has ever received such high, emphatic, and unihis mercantile 8horteat and Qulokest Routo from Oer business pertaining to versal endorsement from eminent chemists, physicians, scltutlsts. and Boards o of going from here to cution ol a claim under this act shall demand or Ual Kentucky to all Pointaorth, his party young folks are receive for his services or Instrumentality in pretrade, immediately formulated . Health all over the world. Louisville to see Elwin Booth play Ham senting and prosecuting such claim a sunt greater Eaat, Weit and Southwest. plans, revenge being the predominant Note Tho abovo Duoium illustrates the comparative Trorth of various Baking Fast Una Uetwesn him to let Tuesday night Walker Fry is back than 85, payable only upon the order of.the Comelement that ever prompted Towdcrs, as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments; made by Prof. Scbcdlcr! from a week's absence at Memphis. Rev. missioner of Pensions, by the Pension Agent makA pound can of each powder vaj taken, the total leavening potrcr or rolumo hi their execution. LEXINGTON si-- mStJINNATI ing payment of tho pension allowed, except in each can calculated, tho result being as Indicated. This practical test for worth by Ostensibly there was no alteration and Mrs. E H. Rutherford have returned cases heretofore prosecuted before the Pension OfProf. Schedlcr only proves what every observant consumer of the Royal Uaklnjr Scheduls In Effeet May l, IMS. in his original programme. Leaving to their home in Paris, after a visit to the fice, when, In the discretion of the Commissioner Towdcr knows by practical experience, that, while it costs a few cents per pound at the specified time, he returned and family of Mrs. C. C. Yountr. Judge Robert of Pensions, a fee of J 10 may be allowed In like more than ordinary kinds, It Is far more economical, and, besides, affords tho advanattorney of manner to the Ho.e, Mb. Ho. U secreted himself in the house, and as J. Breckinridge has returned from Lancas- case at the the agnt orpassage of thisrecord In any tage of better work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will convince any act; and date ot the despoiler of his domestic felicity ter, where he has been attending circuit agent, or other perun Instrumental tn the prosethe Ei. Hun. Dally Ex. Hua person ot these facts. let himself iu the rear way he opened ciurt. cution ofaclalm under thlsactwho shall demand Lvs. Covington. While the diagram shows some of the alum powders to be of a higher degrco I 10 am 8 10 p ml 1 60 pa " Kalmouth 0 fire with a navy revolver and lirame of strength than other powders ranked below tbem, It Is not to lie taken as Indirat-lu- g First Controller Durham has heretofore or receive a sum greater than that herein provid" Cynthlana., 10 40 am to 34pu lUpn 41 am ISprei 4 jsp m that they have any value. All alum powders, no matter how high their strength, sank a corpse across the threshold. decided that only under two conditians can ed for, fir his services In Ue prosecution of the Arr. lar!a It 10 D us to be avoided as dangerous. claim, shall be subject to the tame penalties as " Islington.., 11 U am It 40 p iol S IS n m 10 IB 17 ts S 10 pm After the shooting he at once sur- he reopen a esse decided by hii predecen piercribed In section 4 of the act of July 4, ItSt, Lvs. Tarts rendered himtelf to the authorities. sors, vis: Where mistake) have bee a made entitled, "An act making appropriations for the As?siSSa;.-J5SiSg?- s NOTICE TO CREDITORS ! When the trial came on there was de- in matters of faot resulting from errors in payment of Invalid and other pensions of the Unitor the veloped one of the most startlisg and calculation; and ia cues of re j ected claims, ed Btates for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1853, " SUntord 'OOtm.r.""1:-- w ..... ' ' So many having responded to my warning IssuLve. nichmond.. . peculiar dramas ever enacted in real w,Uern material. proof is afterwards discov and for other purposes." LAND COMPANY. Arr. Rre. 8kc.4. That section 47IG or tho Revised Statutes ed sometime ao, and so tnsny others appear to be LINCOLN s iep ml ...,.... making such an effort to life. taxes. 'IJvlngsion. 41 sai ered and produced. Ia an argument re- It hereby modified ao that the same ahall not ap- hare cone uded to extenddischarge their Ivertlslnr I .. the time tor a The evidence as adduced by a num- cently this act shall Lands uutll the 8th day ot February this, howAll persons having debts against the Lincoln heard by hira the point was raised ply to this act: rrotUtd, that ever, Is positively tbri lal extension that I ran ber of witnesses established the fact Company are reneitei! to present tbem to WO. I lf0, n No j where tho United Supreme Court re- not apply to those persons unlv political disabil- possibly m s ks. In tiunionl, Ky. ities Anl no person shad be ptnatoned under J.S. MiNEFE K, J IV. Alcorn at his offlcs O.C.KiCiiAKD, that Mrs. Golding had in her em- that " 1X-verses a decision of the Comptroller and this act for any disability Incurred while engaged BhsrifrUnoolnCounty ITrsldent, Lvs. Livings ton . tn ,,,,, ploy as maid Cassio Clarendon, an exBsrs in r - ...1 1'" tremely pretty young woman, who for gives jadgment to tin claimant, the Comp- military service against the United States. soldiers, Arr. Richmond . It 43 m Having been requested by a number of troller should reopen all similar Ciees preLvs, Rowland . a considerable period bad displayed a T JO ami.... i,,T who are Interested In the foregoing bill, to prepare UIANTE COMMERCIAL HOTEL I CALESMEM " Lsaesslar aii m.1 decided weakness for the society o f viously passed on by himself or his prede their claims, I hereby notify all such that as sun Arr. aichmonj..... 1M am BY J. W. ADAMS, young lirame; and to nor it was that cessors. The Comptroller holds otherwise, as I can secure a copy ot the regulation governa.ve, Richmond . 10 p mi ( 05 aui however, and has given an opinion to that ing the preparation of the same, which! will reho had addressed the fatal note, which - Permanent positions guarantied with HA I,A. .. KY. RY AM EXPKVHKX m p a swam ceive direct from the Hon. Secretary of War, I McKINTJEY, d she had lost in the boudoir of her mis- effect. He aays that while such a decision will proceed with promptness and dispatch to prePAItt. 7 M s m I ilpm man ran succeed with us. Pecnltsr ad- Lvs. Lsilagtoa J 41 p tress while exercising her duties as at- by the Supreme Court does not authorize pare all such claims m ahall be given ia my I have lately purchased this hotel land have vantages to beginners. Htock complete, Includ- l.t isris M m, 8 10 a m 5 49 pm many improvements In It. mads Crnthlan 1 M p sal 8 Ma m 4 17 pm ing many him to reopen case decided by hla specialties. OaSt trss. tendant upon her. Principally owing I Intrnd to keep everything In " Falmouth charge. The law only allows agents to charge a style 4 47 p at once (Nam this jet it would govern him in his fa fee of 13 for their services In prosecuting claims and make only moderate charges. several years I Addrrsi It HO 1FX HOT11KRH. pir.) ArrOovlnijton ... 00 p m,10 Ola m 6 IS pm to the fact that the murdered man atmil to a taj 43 pm As I have beso on the road for Gxo. Narserynisn, (IM) UocBMUr, K. Y. know the. wants of.travellBSmso, snd I will make tempted to gain an entrance to the ture action. The amount involved ia the under this BUI. It to their interest to stop with mo. yr. HAYAVIIXK BKAfKJH. bouse surreptitiously, his slayer was decision Is &boat $350,000. Please Bear in Mind: acquitted. The naturally delicate conA powder that is composed chittly of 1. That our subscription price Is 82 psr year rnTro-rsstitution pf Mrs. Golding gave way phosphorus, arid designed to supplant ordi- when paid strictly in advance and $2.5) when not Dallr Dally TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ! so paid. horrible circumstances, Ls. Ha. Ki. Sua, under the nary gunpowder for stage purposes, has 2. That we do not publish anonymous commuLvs Covington.. coupled with a long and tedious trial, loop been devised by a New York inventor, who, nications. Islington 7 This is to certify that Mr. Jacob Ottenhslmer Louisville & m and two months after its end she died R, R. " Psrla ...... Nashville ...... .......j 3. That we do nat receive postage stamps for as a tent of its qualities, placed himself in no longer connected with the Lincoln Land li0pa ArrMIIlersburg in a fit of nervous prostration, e died ml S 44 pn ( 8 40 Co., that he Is not authorized to contract tor the the midst of a dczin or more "supers" at a subscription nnless to mats change. 01 vrini .I u OS p a Till UtSAT s " Johnson... death her husband closed out his 4. That our advertising rates are IS cents a Company, or receive money for .... 9 41 . lotpu em tbs asm- or to " Maysvllle interests and left the scene of the theatre a day or two ago, and permitted line each Insertion, or It per Inch for the first In- incur any obligation In the name ol the Company, iM m 7 40 pa THROUGH TRUNK LINE to blszs away at him with their mus- sertion, $3.50 psr month, $3 tor two months and or la any way to act or th them tragedy, a broken hearted man. situs. months, auiy ully t no, His wife never forgave him for kets only a few inches from his head. It is 106.for three o.l. it ic ti. Land Co. Er. Hun. Hi. (Sua That notices of deaths are published free, but 10 Tilt- President Lincoln put up in oirtridges, so thin that when disdoubting her fidelity; and thus for 12 Lvs Msysvllie. obituaries are charged tor at the rate of 5 cents per New York, Dec. 11, 183C. ISC. HUlBllUpii " Johnson.., years, overcome by never ceasing sor- charged the whole charge completely dis line m CJJa tn 1 Sipm " Carllsls... a No trace of it cau be found. The 2Spm row and remorse, he has wandered appoirs. " Mllltrsburg 7 id a ml IM pm Bucken's Arnica Salve Arr Parle , ... 8 10a m S J bio from place to piece, an exile from report is described as being as loud, the WITH CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, " Lexington 9 03a mj 6 10 pm The best Salve In the world lor Cuts. Brutsos .111 M a in peace, growing from bad to worse, un- flame as vivid, and the smoke apparently a Bores, Salt Bhoum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped uavington 00 j a -OF l.AMMSTGII, KY. Pullman Palace Sleepers, til lost week, in the aimless, desultory dense as that of ordinary gunpowder, but Uands, Chilblains, Corns and allBkln Eruptions, NOTK. 'Trains in. 1 mrm .220.127.116.11 manners of years, he drifted to this it has the advantage of givin; forth no and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, CAPITAL - $i:i5,O0OOO I.tllllHtillC chsster. Islington and Cincinnati, other trans Is guaranteed to glva perfect satisfaction, or money place, a man of middle age, but ex- odor amdatly except Hunday. to .VtshllllfS Direct conn, refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by This Bank sold Its accounts of Individuals, firms posure and the continued use ot alcoJtI!!lllllfH, Chesapeake A ctlons are made at Winchester with Ohio lor Ml Mlerllng. Ashland One of the strangtBt of religious sects is Penny A MeAllster. and corporations. Its facilities lor making collluotfDcton, Cbsrleston, W. Va., and hol had destroyed Im mind and reduced Allnutn, clu that which calls itself The New find Latter lections, In al puns of tho L'nlled Mates, rre un ' MoillKIMIIUI-JWonderful Cures. him to such a physical wreck that be surpassed, and cutooiers are at times granted House of Israel. Its headquarters ia in Ulllsj Hock. vVr'fcvui.'.VHii.vnv.r,: Vt. D. Hoyt A Co., wholesale and retail bad the appearance ot a tottering imany reasonable accomraodatlocs they sue proper Chatham, Eogland, in wnich town its de iv Orli'iiiiN. .1tolll mill .cnf.ch!ngroan:rc:oi,J' of Koine, Oa., say: ''We hare been selling to ask. Wo bog to offer our services to the citi Covington Commonwealth. becile. twenty-three- Tnere are 34 appearances thua fir Fourteen years ago Chandos a then promising young man of tho Circuit Court docket. AsPassodby Congress and Signed by the President, COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS. arBKiWifPf M rsls-- tMHHMHHBMH a VISI-TAJLI- S i Ku-nit- ftl - ' ... T"i OS) MYERS HOTEL, at , BSWBJBBSJBBSBBWBJ KY. Fropr asy-lutn- r. ld H Eric-son- ,. ' - -- BOCTH-BotTI- r d TAXES FOR 18SG 7 , I Rotrra-Boojr- o. I Mi-i- t. 3 HI? D .. I.. , I i 1 Anyde-termlsft- prede-ceisg- rs, &st-llla- g flrtt-cla- M I35-- 1 L.&N. --- 3: ,, r lltsn bus-nes- -, Hotrrii-UorK- rorsrr'no.r 1 SOUTH & WEST ,. ' X I .. if 1 11 Drug-gil- ts it tt zens) ol neighboring countltr, without Banking facilities, tiul Mure them that any business sent us shall at all times have prompt and faitlili.l at- Only one chi'ie Ui points iu tention. t Arkansas and Toxas. EMIGRANTS homes ou the liue of this road will receive special rates. srgee Agents of this Compsny tor rstes, router Ac, or srrltH C P. ATMOItn, O.P.AT. A , Louisville, Ky rteekln bsggsge destlustlon rracheJ by railroad. chicked . M" ou .:? 1 v" B F. b..moi:he, D.A.KEELEV, lien.l'aM. Agent, Trsv. I'aas. Ihrough llck.ls and - wss (o B' " .!,1HJ.r,U,,,r, " of the H.LMIUNiiNOTDN lilnclon ' Kj Am. J. M. HKil.INHOrilAM, LEWId V. LEAVKLL, JOEL J. WALKEIt, J W. LOMN, J S.JOtlNiON, r. 11. AiiNoLD, L. F. HUBBLE, B. U. ML'LLItlJ. JOi. SIMPSON, (leneral tdhces, Covington, Ky NEWPORT NEWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLEV OFFICJ3IWI J. JI HIGtilNBOniAM.I'I'.KsT LEWIS V. LEAVELL, J. P. SANDIFER, CASHIEIt, 11. F. HUDSON, TELLEIt THE well-kno- THE 8EMUWEEKLY-T- - CHEMPEilKEy T roa Hlfl HOUTE Eiimi p C3TJ-2r-- S Sl.tflLt. HlllUtLHIOT UI DOUBLE SI.W1LK pyjsjisllpptii ' 10,00 Kcis.uclij'ri ICoule Tho only line running Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. INDt -- purchasing. f A series of excursions will be run during the season conducted by agents The Ohio & Missis-sipp- i of the Company. Railroad offers superior facilities for western business, having 4 solid independent trains from Cincinnati to St. Louis daily, and being the only liue running its trains over its own Bagtrack for the entire distance. gage car3, smoking cars and passenger cars jo through on every train; elegant parlor cars on day trains and palatial B. & O. and Pull-masleepers on night trains. Passengers havo choice of sleepers. Information in regard to location and price of western lands, rates for passenger tickets and freight, time ot of trains, &c, to all points, may be obtained by calling on or addressing C. W. Paris, Central Pas3enger Agt., O.&M. Ry.,48 W. 4th at., Cincinfirst-clasn ably curtailed. The judges should thought of this, Boston Budget have in ad- BR ' Kill LOt HII! I'LMJ.MAX NKW You will confer a favor on the pabllsher and do DUUBLE ' ' goodM In ,tI9ld'WyEfLsiVjBsMlUL3e SLUL'I'lNfi t.vil Bur. Nye: 'If I were a moralizsr stead of a light and frothy writer and over-workefool-kille- the proper thing by sending the amount of your subscription at once. Green Cough Balsam for coughs and colds. Price 50c. For sale by McRoberts A Stagg, Us Prices on other proportion. Illustrated Catalogue and Price List sent Free. PARKER, SMITH & OTHER GUNS OVXH ltOHEO TO H II OOT CLONE. A SOLID TRAIN VKOk- r, vance agent of the How Is our blood? Use Green's Sarsaparllla I would say that the average American al most works himself to death for forty years For sale lir McItoWta A Stagg at 31. Green's Electric Oil cures all aches and pains, in order that he may stagnate and sutler for For sale by Mclloberte A Stagg at 59c. the other 10 or 15 years. Thus he becomes Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at a part of that great, restless army of health 30c, at Mcltoberts it 6tagg's. seekers who take In the summer resorts of We need the money due us for subscription and the North and the w(nter resorts of the would be obliged to all In arrears to remit at South In their joyous journey tn the tomb, ome. J. C. BANDLE & SON, ws gSKVJ: J Louisville, Cincinnati k Lexington. to Washington Uity, Kt. Interior Journal BPANl'OUD, KY. Past Trains for Now i no Direct Iloute to Connecting In the same dot wtlh York. wjCm csvHSuleur. DITS.I JiJiWauaraat4 doi W TO ul E3 Ur4alkyth 13lTi-.- t Hk 011 itmnlr known 19 us t.r Uwboi smt (.Icet. ehi I sold eonOJtr. SDli- -, an In cvrry cake 11 Tourll,lhrUtl glit iha mititfiitln. llu.li-.n- CsealtU Ci Aleatt A Clnelnnatf,sHPa1 I.ll. . W. P. WALTON. Pro'r. every Tuesday and Friday at the low price of- - Lynchburg. Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia fcnd North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, yoiir nearest II ckotofflce or address W.' roe, General Agent, Loxtngton, Ky. Ho' N. Y. OhioiW SoU by Druj glxu Riymond Belmont, eon of August Belmont, tbu New York bsnker, shot and killed himself in the shooting gallery of his father's home, probably accidentally. , Prohibition is steadily marching on; and the drug business in Kansas is equalled only by the jag business in Georgia, New York World. ril.s 1.00. Is published W.4J. WIUKIIAH, II. W. 2d Vice Resident.' aln'l Louisville, Ky. . ffii 1 XiBB "When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla, P. HUFFMAN, 1CV. TWO DOIXAICN PEK YEAR. PENNYROYAL PILLS Tilio .S'TER ENGLISH." .l,'0,Op'K'nl nml Only fMsSsWis'g, ajg - tJ.nulno. Mute. -s s When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla, When she became Miss, she clung to Custom, When she bad Children, she cve them CistorU BUIIGEON IJ33NTIHT BTANFOKD, MtSce A- low nati, 0. Pure Nitrous Oztde ttss sdiulnlsinre' wbm rorjulrvd, the Myers Hotel; South side Main Street, two doors b Of ALL CLASSES NAME PAPER. l'hll...i ih'.t." in,?""' aaift siiji. .:.:;.::. ..'.".. l'lUn,ri l lira .niill.K Noatly and Choaply Esocutod. 1'IIU For isle by Dr. M.L. BOUHNE, T.s a."it?ft Btsnford.