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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887020801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOL. XIV. wI & eekln M7 VERNON. ROCKCASTLE A COUNTY. mtefit LONDON, LAUREL OOUNTT. e Uttftt NO. 201. LUMHEIC. pi.pr dimensions f'a'"all Materia I. Contractors or par-!- " fr?m'n ,0 ba' wl" 6aii their Interest U0' V-- 'tKMtt. HUnlord, Ky. of seasoned STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1887. In the frustrated hopes of Thomas tar-lyl- e for Margaret Gordon, fate decreed that a cynic should suffer. Margaret Gordon was a "lady of the blood," and Carlyle gained her afleclion. But there wan too great adisparity in their respective rank. A letter from her full of tenderness and advice dissolved their tics. But when a quarter of a century had paod and Carlyle was heralded throughout Ejrope as the greatest author of "The French Revolution," Margaret Gordon, then the wife of an Aberdeen millionaire, sighed for the days when yr.ung Carlyle worshiped as her lover. Of our own countrymen, tho story of El-gAllen Poo and his love for his invalid cousin, Virginia demon, is sympathetically ead. She died not long nfW her mar riage with Poe and he, heart-brokat her loss for he loved her with ail the devotion of a husband wandered about from place to plsce, mourning in wildly pathetic strains the "Lout Ljnore" and "Arrabel Lte," of his bettor days His poems are but thecrytalizitlon of his deathless love for her. Those who have enjoyed the droll yet refined humor of Waihinglon Irvine, have laughed over and over again nt "Die-dricKnickerbocker" and "Rip Van Win-kle,little dreaming that underneath this (law of geniality was bid a current of s and sorrow. In early life, it is said, ho WtMed a lovely young lady; but ere their vowe were consumatad, she lost her reason and spent the rest of her life ehut up in a private apartment of her father's house, which stood on tho picturesque binks of the HuJson. O.'len Washington Irving passed it, sailing to his home at "Sunny-side.Oh, what must have been his emotion at auch tlnul He bore bit file, however, complacently, bat no woman evr shared hi lot. Knowing this, one marvel not that Irving spent to much of his time abroid In foreign land. His"Alhnmbra," "Tate of a Traveler" nnd "Bracebride Hall," "Astoria" give some idea of his wayr; but only in "The Broken Heart" has he touched the full chord of his Ufa. Longfellow waa never unsuccessful in wooing.but his life was full of gloom And sadness, for the wife of his youth dted early and the one of bit tecond choice was burned to death. In the "Footsteps of Angelt" and other poem i, he alludei mast touchingly to the "forms of the departed." But enough his been said to prove that the moat gifted are not always tbe eojoyer of the dearest sweets of existence. Rodekt L. Davis Crab Orchard, Ky. ar en k " sad-ner- ' rubltHhetl Tucidnu ntut FrttUiva -- AT A.ZV1VUM, OA81I. 83 I'JBlt uaJmtool If we credit tht IJ.M will b peeled ind dsmanded. W. P. WALTON- - THE LOVES Of AUTHORS. DaMe, Spenttr, Milton, Pope. Brron, and Others Men of Genius Who Hare Been Unfortunate in Lore, Our 0v Foe And In ing, . ll'at tho Int.rlor Journal. Lovo and Kenlu- -, though both Bre 'aid to bs thecHtaof the Rods, iftrely go hand in hand. A. Iook lUt mlitht be mile and an 1 entertaining chapter written of jiccla and proao writer, who hate charmed tho world by the irrefutable fsscination of their jje unfortunnto in ului, but who have u!dr for woman' heart, or el'e prevented by mUhap or ill atara from cnJDylnc thi bllia thereof, after ita belnR won. Diute, the Florentine, and tbe greatrat poet ol the Middle Arcj, whosa lonnets and "Divine Corned?" havn been tbe admiration ot all word", spent moit of hii life in wretched neat. When voting and ardent he met the daughter of a nobleman, lie satrTha loved, ho wooed. Bhe reciprocated hia attach' ment. Hut war came and separated them. TheatrlfeofQuelf and Ghibelllno drove tbe young pact into exile, and ho nover eaw hia "beautiful Beatrice" more, aave in via finciea. She died iona and bright-coloreduring hia absent:; but her memory ia em balmsd In the melodioua vertea of her Im mortal lover. In the "Shepherd1 Cilendar," the work renowned of EJmund Hp'anser, afteiward a the author of the "Fairr Qieen," up pear the name of "Ibialind." Bhe i the heroine of the poem and the maiden, if report ba true, whoe beauty caused young Hpenter to Srst tune hii lyre. She tcorned, however, hit "rural muic" and toyed with hi feeling only for sport, but hi aong afterwaad prove the alncerity of hi afleclion for her, who Iom wa to him a alunnins blow. Deieried by hi unfaithful bride, John Milton, the illuttriou author of "Paradlte Lot,"paeddeyaand nlghU in wearing vezatiom; and might have entertained a luting haired to the aez if abe had not bagged hi f jrglvne and returned to the lanctily ol her early ow. In the cutting sarcasm and pointed morality ot Alezan dr i'ope, the aoofBogt of a wounded heart axe clearly vltlble; yet the celebrated au thoroflhe 'Danclad," the "Ripe of the would Lock" and the "Moral never loved a woman. How that he bell he paid ardent court to Lady Mary Worthy-- Montague, who though ahe admired the genlua of Pop, laughed at the Idea of hit lovo. Toal piaaionate ploughman, Robt, Burn, aung hi amorou lay to score ol laace, and feigned a flame to all, but only to Mary Campbell poured out tbe full volume of hUeoul. But Mary died and all hia hope were buried with her. To the memory of posterity be Liu ancllfi.'d her imtge in hia "Highland Miry," "To Mary In Heaven" and other beautiful lyric. Perhaps tho moit uojed instance of frustrated love ever recorded wa that of Lord Bron for Mary Cnarworth. Their meeting wan romantic She w youuR and beautiful; and Bron youthful and passionate, fell madly in love' with her In the midrt ol their courtship he wa? married to auother. Here i the key to all of Bruii'a raWenble after-lifTbe wandering "Ciielde Harold," the recreant "Dia Juan." the "Mun'rvd" soil tbe fr.en "Ojraalr" are to divert but tbe veritable Brjo hi mind of it loa I 6! rejrjt and Harrow, by engilug iu wild and thrilling adven ture. Tm true BrOi found a partner at last; but he wai not the 'Mary of hi youth." nnd i udly it turned out that be had beat never unrrleJ. Tho theme ot hi tht and oulv love U celebrated in many bjautiful pikiieofliU work., and epe daily in "The Dream." Sheller, uulike hie contempjrary, Bron, married the woman of hia choice, a, blooming country girl, and for a lime lived hap plly, butoepirated from her and became aa unhappy and lonely as hia Ideal "Manor." Nor ha Alfred Tennyson, the poet laureate, eu.'aped. He. too, if "Lckley'i Hall" be any authority, received a concti .ion in the region of his heart, lir be hn d for-ev- OANtlLLE. BOfLECOUNIt. Ey" Intl-mat- e e pirit-haunle- d " I 1 ' "0, tiiy cousin, ahallow.hearted, Bat wbo thi Amy wa remains a myte ry yet to bo unveiled. Outside of tho rank of poet, Eiward Gibbon, the h'totorian, may be mentioned a one of the unfortunate. In hia autobi Cjraphy, written during hi latter year, the atorr of hi k.ioiij u.r. Curchod. She wa a early love for Milo Conti-runt- . French Udy, whom be met on the Her accomplishments won him over, but hi father objected to the alliance. Said he: "I eighed ai n lover, I obeyed a became the n arm." The lady afterward wtfetf Necker and mother of the gifted Mdme tie Stael, and Gibbon remained in. in the con i. .. rn..., UU reption nf "The Decline and Fall of the! HflVf-ilrnl- v -- O, rny Amy.ruloe n more." Mr. William H, Bcrugham, the popular repreaenlalive of Clay, Stoll & Co, of Lexingtcn, spent Sunday in Danville with bis mother and other friends. The countv clerk completed hia copy of the aaseMor' book and shipped tbem to Frankfort. He was engaged nearly six week in making tbo copy. The Indian medicine troupe and the bowa they give every day and night at the Opera House are about the chief sensations In Danville at present. The show is a good one, so patront say. Rev. L G. Barbour, I). D., of Central University, Richmond, preached at the First Presbyterian church on Sunday. Rev. E M. Green, the pastor, was nbjent in Campbellsrille. Tne remains of a man named Jack- man, who died at Harrodsburg, pissed through town Sunday mortaing on the way to Lancaster for burial. Mr. Jackman for merly lived in Lancaster. Riv. P. T. Hale, of tbe Baptist church, is holding an interesting revival meeting at Lebanon, in connection with Rev. Dr. Graves, of that place. There wero 12 additions up to Saturday night. Tbe remain of young Elijah Harlan. Son of Jasm L. Harlan, who died a few days ago of pneumoiii at Whitney, Kansas, ar riyed Saturday The burial will take place this eveaing at 3 o'clock The deceased was 2t years old, this A gentleman from Hanodnburg morning reports considerabln excitement on account of n decision by Judgu Rusdell of the circuit court, that tho law which makes its unlawful for saloons to exist in Mt. Sterling applies to Harrodiburt.'. The were ordered closed on Saturday evening. Ri7.0 A. BirtLolomjw, of theChris-tlst- i church, proiched a sermon Sunday morning uu titiipennco, which has been highly spoken of by thoeu who heard it. He took the position that while temperance in the use of alcoholic drinks was a christian duty, there were other forms of temperance which should be arduously cultivated and that being what is known as a prohibitionist did not nccesearially make a temperate man, y ni-tibs-lo- Ben Butler, who hanged Mumford in New Orleans for hauling down the American thg in 1842, found his widow in ataightened circumstances and secured her a good clerkship In the Interior Department. This shows that even n bsast can have feelings of romor'e. A cargo of English Australian rabbits in ni sea, bound for Amrric, and Hon.C. M.Clay, of Kentucky, writes the President that he has made a study of the rabbit qiifHtlori nud is of the opinion that it would be better to have pneunionix, small pox and cholera sprsad over the country than suthr the ravages of ihete rabbits. half Interest in the mill of Mullins Elder J. G. Livingston preached to apd Bro., on Roundstono, wan sold to cloie a preciative audiences at the Christian partnership, Saturday, for $310. church Sunday morning aud evening. Born to the wife of U. J. Gauldinu, on Poatoffice Inspector W. T Jett, Frank, the Gib Inst., n 111b. girl Annie James. fort, hag been with us Oar model poslof-fleIs always open to inspection and PostEl Fetcher is a father; it's a boy. Mrs. Cynthia Frvo was tried before master General Vilas himself, just let out Judge Culver, Saturday, nnd acquitted ol from dancing-echoo- l, could find uo fsult the charge of taking too much corn in di- with its admirable manaemsn. viding up a prop between Don Lacker and We'ro no idle dreamer, but a real, live herrelf. farmer lo ys oi.len titm we sowed a goodMr. W. D Moore, of 8prlnfiild, Mo., ly crop of vil i oats and have reaped abun who married Mis Mary Roberts, ot Gum dsnlly, bnl, youn man, its a very unsatis Sulphur, a abort time since, wilt ehortly factory bmine'. Lot your communication" leave for his Western homo accompanied bayea, yea, and nay, nay; and rather util-iz- s by two or three families from this county the talent and muscle God has given Mr. C. S. Methune, who taught tho you in a more paying crop. Tobacco and puhlia school in district No. 8, the last grnsi you will find more profitable in Lau finds that no provision ha) been made rel county and we earnestly suggest that you take old Father Time by the forelock for the payment of his salary, the chairman having failed to make out and send and tbe plow by the bandies and render in n census of the pupils. Tho oversight tbe present year one of unprecedented proswaa not noticed until tho session waa taught perity, peace and plenty, out. Mrs. J. S.Jack ion left Saturday for St. Cash Bauoaiks. Granulated eugar, 11 Louis, in answer to a telegram informing pounds for $l;C sujar 10 pound for $1; her of the Illness of her brother. Mr. and best prints 0 cents per yard, other grades Mrs. J. A, Craft, and Master Robert, rein proportion. I want to make room for turned Saturday from a plotsant trip to spring goods and HiUit have money to buy Washington, Baltimore and other Eastern them with. All person owing me on ac- cities. Jeptha A. Huflaker is in town. count or notes must come and netttle. L Lieut. W. B. Johnson, of Jackson county, B. Adamt. was in the city. Taomas Cherry, of the tf Ala rock quarry near Witdic, in this firm of Hilton h Cherry, brooms, Brodcounty, last Wednesday, in a fight between head, was up to see our merchants. J. T. Ike Co flee and Moss Gatlitl the latter' re Brown went to Stanford. Thomas Elliott, ceived an ugly knife thrust from Codes' M. V. B. Sutton, James Phillips and Geo. weapon. Tha row came up over eotue coal. T. Bouron, of Whitley, have been mixing Gatlifr had knocked Coffee down and was with our people, taking lessons in advancepounding him when the cutting put a stop ment and progress, which they no doubt to the proceedings. hope to make worth something to their own Jim Z city Rsynqlds Is here from your county. place for n few days' visit. Jack Burk Hiram Glass shot and killed Mat Wagand Hiram Hurd, with their families, left oner, near the Knox county line, ThursforClarksville, Ark., last Thursday, Ova day evening. A difEbulty had arisen over Myers ia suffering with a rising in the head. some cattle of Glass', which were breaking Jederson Hardin was married to Miss Mary into Waggonct's wheat field, when Glass Johnson, at Conway Thursday. Mr. B, R. drew an ax upon Waggoner, striking at Idol, the clever machine agent, waa here him, Waggoner warding the blow off with Thursday. a small stick, which he held In his hand, On Thursday evening Mr. Alex. Hurst, and knocking the ax out of the hands of of Brodhead, boarded tbe South-boun- d pas- his antagonist, who ran immediately into senger train, at that place, telling that he his house, returning with a pistol, firing was leaving tbe country never to return. upon Waggoner without effect. The latter Mr. Hurst wai married a few weeks since. drew bis little boy, who happened to be to Mia Suiie Harris, an estimable young with him at the time, to his right side, lady at Brodhead, wbo is almost crated at turning the loft toward Glass, who fired thit unexpected moye of her huiband. His again, tho ball entering tho hip, ranging friends are at a lot to account for his downward and passing out on the inside of strange conduct and aay they know of no the thigh, severing an artery, from which cauMfor it, as the hutband and wife had the life blood flowed steadily, until in three apparently been getting along nicely and hours the unfortunate man was a corpse, had not made known that there was any For one long, dreadful hour the doomed trouble existing between them. Mr. Hurst man lay in rain and mud within a few steps is a young man aged about 25 and waa born of Glass' door, being refuted eyen In a dy on Copper Creek in this county. He ha ing condition addition lo his slayer' alway bourne a good character. He haa houtc. The case looks extremely black for been clerking for some time in the store of Glass, who, however, surrendered himself Albright & Co., at Brodhead and wai a to the authorities at once. The examining good business man. He was never known trial wai fixed for Saturnay, but after the to uie liquor and some of his friends think examination of two witnesses the case was powibly he may have taken some that day continued till next Thursday, the prisoner for medicine and look too much and went being placed under a $3,000 bond for bis away while delirious from its effects. appearance at that time, with William El Our new town marshal is going right liott, J. C. Jones, Joe D. Faris, Benjamin along "pulling" the boys that don't know Magee and J. R Hardin as sureties. Glass how to behave themselves, Wednesday anu hi victim were brothers-in-la- w and evening Boh Broiks, after getting pretty both men of good standing in tbe commit boozy, imagined that it would require a nity where they lived. whole company to arrest him. Ha dropLike Two tjutv. The golden text for ped in at Whitehead's drug store and sent was, ''And the word to tho marshal to come and attempt a certain Sunday-schohis nrrcJt. Proctor was not long in answer- child grew and waxed strong in spirit," ing the summon and walked up to him Luke li, 40. Little Ted's hand went up like a flush and told him to "coino along." Bob made fijflit and trie! to pull hit pop, but Proctor when the superintendent asked: "Can any of these bright emilng littlo beinno noar him heould not da so, but boys or girls repeat the golden text for toinatead he gavd tbe marshal a blow in the face with his Gil; Proctor tripped him and day? Ah, how glad it makes my heart to they fell and in the scullli that followed sse so many little hinds go up! Toddy, li tho mareti il's piitol wa accidentally "7 boy, you may repaat it; and speaR good charged, doinj no damage, however, more and loud that atl may bear," And they all heard this: "And the child than breaking off the top of n candy prisoner was soon secured and disarm-o- J grew and waxed strong in spirit like 2 40 ' -r- Tid Bits. and taken before Jude Smith and on bond and trial set for Thursday. Margaret A. Murphy, an old woman The defendant did not appear for trial nnd of New Orleans, haa made a respectable his bon 1 was forfeited. Tne marshal bearfortune picking pockets at funerals. Her ing he was a short distance from town, plan waa to weep with the mourners crowd brought him In Friday aud required n lar ed around the grave, then rob them of their ger bond and set the trial for Saturday, pocket-book- s. Friday night Brooks took the train and A cyclone struck Friday Guthrie left. "Tout" is a second Newland nnd no morning and played havoc generally. Tbre guilty man neid expect to escape him long, trains were thrown from the track by foe Mr. Cal. Payne, not wanting to be out- wind, but nobody was hur. There was done in the rat businjss, conceived the idea something of a cloud burst at the same ol trying the offsets of whisky on a horde time. Great damage wss done to many of the rodents that had been overrunning bouses aud birus by both wind and water, his premiss. A few nights since he took a pint of liquor that htd been lying in tbe Mother "Johnny, brush the dust off cupboard for a long time, it being too mean your boots." Johnny "Is that the kind to drink, cut up a quantity of biscuit, plac of dutt papa was talking to governess ing them in a bowl, poured the liquor over about?" "What did he ea?" "He said, them and allowed the mixture to set for 'Dost thou love me, Agnet?' " "No, it was half an hour and become thoroughly satu- not, Johnny; but Agnes will dust out of rated with the whisky. He then placed here morning "Boston Globe. the contents in low pans about in different Young lady "You say you will grant nana of the room, blew out tbe light and retired lo await results. He doesn't re- me any favor I a?k?" Aged masher "Yes, member how long he had slept when he dearest angel, I'll do anything in the was aroused by tbe uproar of a host of rats world you ask of me." Young lady holding nigh carnival around the pans and over the room, After lighting the lamp he "Then propose to my grandmother. She is Texas Sifting?. gaz id upon a strange Bight about twenty a widow." rats that were behaving as though a big By contributing a. penny a day each, the elfction wa going on. Some were fighting, others holding heated discussions on the ladies of the Methodist church at Saratoga political aflirs of ratdom; olhere were dis Springs have raited $1,050 on the church covered leading off those who were unable debt during the laet year. to navigate. They were not at all frightened at their human spectator. After seeing A scientist computes that a common .ill the fun he wanted out of them, Mr. house tly produce 21,000,000 other tiles in Payne wielded hi club and slew nine of one season. them, the soberer ones eicaping, ses-siool jir-Tne fW W l COMPANY n I 2 i? '"'M' NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF THE CREAM LEXINGTOKT.KY. LINCOLN J LAND COMPANY. Alt porsons hating debts against the Lincoln Laud Umpany am requested lo present tbem to Vf, Alcorn at his omco in Stinford, Ky. ... ,, o. fj. niviiAnn, JA3. O.GIVK.VS, President. YM. AY3K.1. Notary Public. AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 I -- " Fifth Street, b-fS- sa M to gtra aitlfocttoiTSfu LouieviJLiXii:, - (IM-ly- icy. .) Rooms 3 and 5, Cruruie Block. lery sack guaranteed For Sale at Bargain. I offer lor aale privately in Stanford, Ky a very doslrablo residence with soven roims and porch' ell of water at tho door; stable, amokehoure, Ac. About an aero of ground in the lot. For terms, Ac, apply to . (J. AltFOllD, t63' Agent for J. R. Altord. SITUATION W ANTED who holJt a first graJe certificate anil It competent to teach Music, cither at eorernosj or teacher. Atldriet T. M. W., we Jlja yours Itdy, ISTKBioaJouaifiL, WOOD WALL1CK Stanford, Ky. lPT-lm- WATT COCHJU.f. WALLACES COCHRAN; NEWCOMB GEXTS' FURNISHERS, 513, 4th Street, MT. VERNON, KY. HOTL LOUISVILLE, lfl.2m - - - KY. ! old and well-knoHotel Is still main-talnlngfins reputation. Charge! reasonable Special attention to tbe traveling public. 83-- Ttls 6 m J. V. XEWCOJin, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. TAXES FOR 18S6 J. Eo many having responded to taj warning Issu ed lomeume ago, ana .o minr omen appear to be malttun tucli an efiort lo dlicbargs their taxes, I hare concluded to extend tbe time lor b.JtbMIiIbi Lands until the 8th day ot February this, how- erer, it poiiureiy iu ran extension tnat I can poulblr mate. X. MEXEFEE, Sheriff Lincoln County. 190-t- E. H. FOX, The Photographer, MIMilNERY. I am daily opening an elegant line of Fall Millinery, lncludtog all Danville, - - - - Ky. Frames Mado to Order. The Latest Noveltiei of.the Season. Also Notions, such m Handkerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs, Bucblng, CorwU, Bustles, etc. You will find meat tbe rooms lately racated by Ballsy it Warren, next door to the Myers House. lCMm KA TE V VDDRUA IU MACK BBUCE'3 Concert Grand, PI AMOS ! Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Sanare Grand. taj Buggy & Implement House. I hare now A other Agricultural Implomonts, Besides a Fall Lino of Whoat Drills and Wa are opening tbe most carefully aelectod. finest and best stock of PIANOS AND OKGANS Ever brought to this city. Every Instrument Is the pride of an artist and prices range from 10 to 25 percent, lower than other dealers ask for the same goods. Persona ot musical and art cuitura aro invited to an Inspection of tbe beautiful, cullt. rated, refined tone and artist designs ot these instruments: eels-brat- foil Linooi Buggies and Wagons Atways on hand. In connection with my plement business, I will also carry a Im-- . Complete Stock of Lumber, Doth rough and dressed. Tho World-renownuions Decker Prices on everything is Respectfully, Kunbc, tho Fa the ropnlar tt nnd tho tollable New England & Son, Et-ero- Low as any one. I solicit a share of your.'patromge, 112-lr- Pianos, Tho Celebrated Olough and Warren and the John Church & Co, Organs, ndIe ri r i. 3t. nitVCE. ! FIVE communlcnl wllU u t catalogues, term COMMANDS H. it. & It. J. COOK, Special Ag'ts, Thou ibalt go to JiOVItXE'S tot all thy Christmas boods. Reason: I!)urnc has Just received direct from New York City tbe nicest and cheapest lot erer brought to tills neck of the srooJs, Tnou shalt buy tbe medicines from Bourne Ilsason: Bourne'. goods are puro. Tny Ufa I too Tihublo to he 3Jcrlu:oI became of Inert rem cdlca. Tho'j Built marry soon, Tery soon. llcason: The goose bone marketh. this a bard winter, ami Bourne's toilet articles will make thro beautiful abote thy fellows. (It thou dost not do Ire to marry, thou oorl desire to bo cntlcd becaiiMof thy beauty. Thou shall go hunting and flshlig. Bourne has the materials. Thou shall hare a baby, a riddle, an accordion, rlolln strings, lamps, Irauies, pictures, mirrors, warranted Jewelry. Bouruo has thess and tbe finest lot of candles eyrr brought to (Stanford. Thou shall keep lu mind lb.it Fourne is the clorcrest man (except It. Cji) and the best man todoal with. "Hows red, Ttolits blui, Bourne's la tbe pines for you, jhakesp eare. In fact, the half ot his glories and fin goods bavd not been told thee. Or ROSE It. RICHAnu'tfflw.' References: A. R. Penny, Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. ilooro and Jamea Beat, ley, Stanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes. Crab Orch-ar- dj Gen. W. J. Londratu nnd Ml:s Llrzla Hu8-naLaucastrr, Ky. lgj.lyr iiiilU i MISSISSIPPI from H. g Thedlrect through line and old established routs Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii and all points in tho West. Two (2 Daily Trains from Louisville to 8t. Louts. Thrco (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to bt. Louis. Only 10 from Loulsrllle and Cincinnati to t. Louts. hours FOlt SAJL23! Booms. Tho Only Lino by which you can got u xnrouga aiooping Cur From Clnclnatt toot. Louis. Valuable Esal Estate and Store Ncl, i.tm ford, 'Z')0 home. or Inretments ror lull partlcu'ar address my Attorney, H. T aiter, Ky . or tin undersigned at Stan- As Executor ot Lewis V. I'hlllpi, dee'd, I e3cr for sele, on easy terms, the fallowing real estate la and near the growing town ol Lancaster, Garrard Tho Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial county, Kentucky: M0nlnr I ara nn .(nil. One Brick titoreroom, on Public Sijuare ot slid lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach-e- a room. town, now used as . drr-goaon all trains. One frame riloro room on tbe Public Square, now used as a Ut&lly grocery room. DIm.iclo,llc,0.nDec,lon"'r8 wailaln DNIOU Twolilote-ronmso- n with diverging linos by thoO. x M. Ulcbmond Street, near Ful. Railway, thus avoiding troblesomo tranHe Square, one imw usd as a Millinery btore, tht ;;s an L'nderuklog establishment. sfers by other routni. otbor With this block will be suld II desired a lot of ground b .nf adjoining. One farm with house and other nectsary Imunder one management, running all lu provements, on tho Uxlngt on Turnpike, 3 miles trains through solid and in consequence iron) Lancaster, of 1ST acres. la rccognlied First-Cla- ss RoiiU beOne Farm ot 110 acres, 3,1, miles from Lancaster, tween those Cities. near the i.exlugtoo Tike, unimproved, with bouse Apply to ticket Agents of connecting llnea for and necessary outbul dings. uu i'h huiiii a. io rates, time, Oje farm, uulmproTid, 3 miles from Lancaster, or any desired information, or writemaps, circulars to Ky., on the Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. ROBT. H. . u Aud also a tract of 20 acres on Gilbert's Creek, Pan. '! n l u Mi FORMAN, Trir. ," JOHNF.-BlRNYHDabout I miles from Lancaster. "vSHATTUC: as executor, I desire tosell all this property. rres, anu ueu'i Man'gr, Uea. Pass. Ae't I am empowered by the will to make deeds to tt, Clnclnnjtl, O. A fine chaccw Is now orleied to those desiring .""""Kb Irom LoulsvillS and Cincinnati to St. Louis, alt other routes belnj made up of a combination of small roads. The O &TVT rt '''boonly llnerunnlng ti... .n Tte.". t Am .wi7 hy. .m. Ih 'P....I1AT4L ft J. M.l'llII'il'H. WALTON'S OPERA Kxecutor. ss.ewjti'-.yrtnmn-tv- HOUSE, your (I as th Ws; rem ! 1 STAFFORD, KY. tautrtniMj r , Til mum Diruurt. But u' Vrd.&lrbrths IXtuiCltnUlICl. , Cincinnati,! Ohio. In.l (.lot. M.ruvo sail eonii !?r. Mt. indln .rerr u hastriua iUifi.tica. Alcott A LI. I. lluJiM.N. f. ti. WALTON BROS Propriotors. StlibyDujrilt. pa., ti.oo. SlMOf8tage.20i50. Eight ctmpleta set. ot Seen. ery. Seating capacity, ln:lullng gai::y, rate to good attraciiou. ,i Simi-ffiBeeU- ii There la little change in the labor cealed .weapons 5; fornication Whatever may ba add of ITnry Ward nf criorouma! Bjecher, ho undoubtedly ha tho courage of situation in New York. Tiie freight block- the peace 1; disorderly house his convictions and raroly fails to eiprosi tbem. His referencs to the Koighta of Libor in speaking of the strike now in progress in Niw York finds a responsive chord in many a heirt that would not (jive utterance to it for fear of the result: "This abomination, tho Knights of Labor, is the result of thla infernal idea of paternity of governmant. Because a few men in New have wronged Jersey think their them, all thia nation ia called upon to suf fer on the order of thia paternal govern ment of the Knights of Labor.", emj-hye- s Stanford, Ky February 8, 1887 W. P. WALTON. MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. Born to Mrs. Aurelius Dunn, at McKin-neSunday, a boy. Mj So. 1 ana So. 2 JUckt rfl In Minnesota has passed n $1,000 liquor Mra. Patsy Gibson, formerly Misa Husrod palli are Ion, ronilderlBg-- the price of flih. ton, died at her home in Milledgevllle on The late terrible railroad accident on the license hvr. Jtj Mpt Kjrnp If near pure i ran te Mary Frye has been appointed post- - Sunday morning, aged over 70 years. Baltimore & 'Ooio has just been doubly Tound anywhere. 1 f An lafrlj We had a blink of sunshine on Sun discounted on tho Central Vermont, near mistress at Bradfordsville, Ky. that I lute the Terr tint A prohibition amendment will be sub- day, much to the amusement of the youngif Iff tlon or Canned tloodi. Woodstock. It happened at 2:30 o'clock Mr t're lerrn and Janu are put op hj the be it er children, to whom it waa a novelty. Saturday morning and was cawed by a mitted to tho voters of Pennsylvania. acVrri cftlioie artlclti. Five inches of soot fell in San FranG. M. Givens haa been delayed, but threw two passenger broken rail, which Idrilre tliotevho hate been troubled with from the cisco Saturday, the heaviest for many will probably start for Atlanta to day with coaches and two sleeping-car- s badUrdto trj mine, t am nllllair to tV back OTtrr pound that dotin't glio the inoit d of about the nicest mules eeen in a track and into White river, 50 feet below. years. fc.4 it. Helm, ot Diyt on entire intlifaetlan. this place in many a day. The cars turned upside down in falling and was indicted by the grand jury for embezMlitd Ilrani, llonilny, IhTetlm, The state of the county roads has beeome SO papsenzers were either crushed to OatJIral, Shreddfd Oati, Stinronl, I'IcVIm In zlement. come so bad aa to bar completely the transdeath or burned to ashes in their horrible Hulk, llonfy and minjr other thing which I Both Houses have passed the bill apcan not mention uere-rr- rrr nrtlcle flnt-claiprison, the cars taking fire at once from the it of the long trains of timber and lumbar propriating $50,009 for a public building at wagons which have been a marked feature upturned stoves and creating a heat so inI oHor ovem! Coal Vnna and my Owcnsboro. toouofConl Buokntant Cot- tense that rescuers could not go to their asia ourjlandscape for many months. The best part of the business portion of T.R. WALTON. To Teachers The January draft is resistance. It is the most horrible accident Gallatin, Tennessee, wis destroyed by fire ceived; will meet claimants at Hustonville that has occurred since tho terrible catasJLtk lUrdln, Into of.JtontlwJIo, Clerk. Friday, set by an incendiary. Tuesday and Wednesday; at Crab Orchard trophe at Ashtabula, which happened about A fiio in a medical college ia Chic. Thursday and Friday; Stanford Friday af ten years ago and created such a widegodiscloasd tho presence of 11 human bod- ternoon and Saturday. J. A. Bogle, Super spread excitemejt. It ia strange that in ies in pickle for disseclinz, intendent. this ago of invention some one has not deTom Hilton, who forged a onectc on Business ia unsettled at present. The vised a method of heating and lighting cars ot Maysville, has mutterings of warlike thunder from the that would render at least ono part of these the First National Bink been sent up for three years. great powers of Europs excite grave probterrible accidents impossible. The Drummond Tobacco Company's lems in reference to financial revolutions; A bill to give each representative in warehouse at St. Louis was destroyed by and while few in our immediate region are Congress a clerk at the public expense was fire. Lobs $250,000; insured. posiessed of an embarassing amount of capdiscussed at length in the House and finalA negro who outraged a young girl ital, many of ua have the American inatinct ly tabled, 142 t105, 71 not voting. It is near Cartersville, Ga., was pursued by into utilize to some extent the broila of our well for the party in the majority that it furiated citizsns and lynched. neighbors. Hence, there la a probability was; the people are not in a humor for acThe hotel clerk who absconded with that the popular "voice ia still (or war." cepting without an indignant kick this Mrs. Davenport's diamonds, was captured The trouble brewing with our anciea worse than salary grabbing and if we are at Kansas City with his treasure. er over the fishery question iagot not mistaken, the 105 and som9 of the 71 Booth's engagement in Cincinnati last up simply for the purpose of hoodwinking will yet have to explain with fear and trem- week brought in $19,000 grow. He plays the venerable old lady and veiling our ulbling their vote or failure to vote on the at Macauley'a, Louisville, thia week. terior purpose. The idea of British posquestion. Gay. McCreary, who nearly alIt ia estimated that ,$150,000,000 will sessions on this continent haa never rested ways votes right, voted to table the bill. be required to carry out the provision of lightly on our national stomach. Under pension bill." 2:12 FOUI11 II AVENUE, ia fait earning a teputation the pending, "disability the old regime the proximity of Canada Louisville Hobart, the confidence man who took was an incubua on the repose of our entire for lawlessness not even attained by that & Co., Louisville, has hell-ho- le The mid in J. M. Robinson of infamy, Cincinnati. Southern section. It waa thought that the been sent to the penitiary for fire years, asaaosin walka the streets in triumph, result of the war of the rebellion would be officers. night Robert Dorman, an excellent young a final settlement of all thia difficulty. But The following list of delegates were cho-aeand it ia worth one'a life almost to venture man of Nicholaaville, was drowsed in the fact ia that Canada, which formerly G. M. Davison, G. W. Gentry, Joe on an unfrequented Btreet after dark. Satwhile attempting to ford simply drained the South of its labor, now S.-FI- NE urday night two fiends knocked down Hen- Paint Lick creek Reid.P. M McRobsrts, 8 G Drye, W. F. GOODS dragged him up an alley, rob- it. A bill has passed the Senate to refund exhausts the whole country of its capital. Dillion, J. T. Terry, A. G. Faulkner, Harry Harpold, bed him, cut his throat and left, thinking the war taxes collected from the States. It It is the secure city of refuge for every ab- rison Stuart, Wm. Maynard, J. T. Curtis, they had murdered him. Mr. Harpold will require $15,000,000, of which sconding financier. Oar plundered treas- J. H.Minka. Gaines Kins. Richard Rifle. y lay unconscious in the alley all night, but ure is swelling the effective capital of the George Bailey, will get $713,095. The genius of our W.ll. Cummins, John Hollz:law, B. G it is thought he will recover The Interstate Commerce bill has had British government. absconding capitalists will strengthen her Alford, Q. II. McKinney, F. W. Diiliou. -Scott county, by an overwhelming ma- the autograph of the President affixed to it Doalor In- rivalry, while the instinct of On motion these yrocecding be publishjority, voted Saturday to aubjeribe $23,000 and the rash for the positions under it has for aggressive will make heroes ofpher ed in the Danville 'Iribune, Mountain Echo, to the Versailles, Midway & Georgetown increased and intensified. Glass-an- cl Masked men entered the jail atSeguin, adopted population. We must hava Cana- Louisville Republican, Somerset Republican, railroad. It eeems that any county can disand InrERtOR Journal. negroes and hanged da at all hazards. Ljt the fight be over Courier-Journcount poor old Lincoln in enterprise, Her Texas, took three R. E Bariiow, Caairmnn. fisheries, it you please. Let it be for people are cither too dull or parsimonious them, placarding each body with the words the B G. Alkord, Secretary. commerce, navigation, blood or birth, cusgood thing when it ia offered to "Killed for murder and arson." to accept a Prof. Da Leon, tho New York astrolo- toms or e Jiication, piety or prohibition, but them. We might have bsen on a boom now RELIGIOUS. ger, arrested for inducing young girls to go let tho ultimatum be the restoration of our had they ehowed a little and tho retcrn of our The Now York City church property to Panama for immoral purposes, has been plundered millions, exile sons to tho loving homes they have h valued at $ 10,000,000. Lexington Roller Mills' Cream Flour. The very best Canned Goods, sent to Sing Sing for 15 years. TiiEghoatoi StonewallJackson has apA Spaniard haa turned the whole bible Fresh Candies, Oranges, Bananas always on hand, Full stock blossoming prospect lost, the affectionate greetings of the friends Kentucky bad a peared to the guards at the Virginia Militaof fresh goods in ever; department. for the Washington associate judgeship, but who yearn for their arrival, the maternal into poetry, 200,000 Btaczu, after years of ry Institute, riding a pale white horse. Evcountry that has never labor on it. W. M. WATEH8, Saletman. as usual the fat was thrown in the fire. It admonitions of the erybody in excited in the little town of Elder J. Q. Montgomery will preach at Louisville ceased to mourn their departure. will not go our way now. Lexington and fear the apparation ia omiSchool-Hou- se Bright' next Saturday Times. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. nous of Home impending calamity. Lex night at tho usual hour, John Ingham, who shot his wife the Lancaster. ington is not a local option town like Stan other day at Boston, Pa., because she sued A great revival is in progress in Dr. ford or its people could never see ghosts. Mrs. W. G. Dunlap ia aerioualy ill at Talraage's church in Brooklyn. So fir 2, him for aupport, committed suicide in jail The bill to prohibit the appointment of by tearing his windpipe aBsunder with an the residence of her father, Gen, W. J. 000 persons have been converted. Landram. Twenty five years ago there waa ouly Congressional Committees to attend funer iron spike. colored man, oneCitholic church in Cincinnati, now Henry Roe, a The Legislative, Executive and Judipublic expense was tabled in the als at the local sub there are 20, with 1S.000 members. Houb?, 119 to 40. It ia a cold day when a cial Appropriation Bill, reported by the died of pneumonia Saturday. A Indian, 39 years old, scription furnished means for decent inter A Committee to the House Congreffluiau will agree to give up any of Appropriation was ordained a deacon in tho Protestant Thursday, makes a total appropriation of ment. bis privileges, much less the one of getting Miss Zora Baughman, of Boyle county, Episcopal Church recently at Minneapolis. on a big drunk at the people's expense, $20,802,910. is a guest of Miesea Jennie and Lizzie In bis examination be failed only upon one Stove Rucker and Merrit Heppard, when they are ostensibly mourning for a returnquestion. two Macon, Ga,, negroes, fought a high Sweeney. Miss Sara Anderaon has dead comrade ed from an extended visit to Covington. Rev. John Hedman, a Chicago Episcotoned duel, after the manner of the SouthThe Indiana republican Legislators did ern Colonel, in which Rucker waa killed The burning of an unoccupied tene- pal minister, is charged with misapproprinot go through the frce of electing Harriment house on the premises of A. Cunning- ating money, drunkenness and immorality, and Heppard wounded. brought out the fire and bis congregation haa given him son on a minority vote, as they threatened, Jordon admits that he ia to ham Sunday evening till Treasurer but contented thamselves with passing res- be "department" as well aa nearly every one March 1 to seek another fold. and Secretary Manning is charging that Turple'a election olutions A most commendable scheme is assum- Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement tha to be president of the proposed now bank elee in town, was procured by the grossest fraud and Mr. B, G. Mullins ia making Home im- ing shape in Louisville. It ia to raise by is destined to make it much more popular than it has ever been resignations of both of in New York. The asking the Senate to refuse him a seat. The Don't buy a pump until yon see the BUCKET ELEVATOR, and'fon.'cnt. provements on the Hopper property on subscription $25,000 with which to build ficials are in the hands of thd President. died all the same. dog dies hard but it Lexington avenue, preparatory to remov- an institution for caring for and rcjlaiming ting boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST The Ohio river after reaching a depth will remoye to Din-yill- e it. Mrs. fallen women. Money invented in it will RANGES, NEW ARIZONA OOOK STOVES, &c. There are 0,033 Grand Army poeta in of 5G feet 3 inches at Cincinnati and 30 at ing tothis week. Hopper surely bring forth a hundred-folboth here inA1&ca gcneral line 0f Hardwaro Groceries, Salt, Limo, Cement Flue til- the United States and about 100,000 fellows Louisville came to a standstill. The flood The remains of Marion Jackman, of and hereafter. parading themselves as old soldiers, who is not ao disastrous as that of 1884, or even 1 "W. II. MCKINNEY. BalMiuen. AUUUST WEIDINUEK. f never fired a musket or smelt an ounce of 1885, but it is doing great damage and Harrodsburg, were interred in the cemetery While Henry Boobe was trying to reshere Sunday afternoon. The deceased gen Home guards and causing much suffering. burning gunpowder. cue stock from his barn at Vincennes, Ind., Richard A. Jones, of Oregon, to be tleman was a son of Dr. Jackman, who for- which had leen struck bv lightning, be the fellows alwaya seen in tho war are the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the merly lived here. main men nowtoaport G. A R Budges. was kicked by a mule and killed. An interesting children's meeting was Territory of Washington; Frank Allyn, of The Court of Appoala haa decided that The Mt. Sterling Sentinel speaks of our Iowa, to be the Associate Justice of the Su- held at tho Methodist church Sunday afterthe Muhlenberg railroad bonds are valid candidate for the republican namination preme Court of the Territory of Washing- noon conducted by Rev. S. W. Peoples who and that the judge of tho county court ia for governor, as General Bradley. Isn't ton; J. II. Wright, of Missouri, to bn Chief la also holding a protracted meeting a short that enough to prove that he baa a war Justice of the Supreme Court of the Terri- distance from town on tho Crab Orchard compelled to act, ai in tbe oven of the law he ia the county court, and the resignation record? How could ho get to be general tory cf Arizona, have been appointed by road which haa already resulted in several of the magiatrates ia not to prevent tbe levy fighting, bleeding and dying for without additions. the President. of the tax. country, you dunce? his Court Notes. Mrs. Tom Conally waa A couple of Cleveland officers who had A reputable physician of Utlca, N. Y., in Lotitavllle Commercial will support two of the euppoeed burglars who got allowed $500 damages against Wni. Beet Tub Fontaino Fox Bobbltt for governor in the $8,000 worth of sealskin cloaka, were for slander. Mies Dalia Conally against an address delivered recently charaoterizjd preference to Al Berry, because chances are fired upon and nearly killed by four men same, party waa given a judgment for $750 the wine cup of thi communion table as "a t i.i. in favor of his making a better governor; who demanded the release of the thieves. for same offense. The grand jury adjourn-e- poisoned chalice." He stated from positive Friday evening after having returned information that many church member abhe could not make a worse oven if he tried This occurred on a train and when they got their man they left their victims lying ap- the following indictments: Murder 1; ma- sented themselves from the communion serThu Supreme Court of Washington licious wounding 2; malicious cutting 1; vice, not wishing to aip from a cup of quesTerritory has decided the woman suffrage parently dead upon the floor of the car and .., horaeatealing 1; con- - tionable cleannepg. ..l. il..!. COltOfJU. I unlawful shooting 2; UIBUC lUCIt law unconstitutional. y, With the Senate turning out pension bills nt the rate of 60 new ones a day as it did Saturday, it nil! take President Cleveland a long time to catch up, as ho only got in seven vetoes on the tame day. But then ho ia the man to stay with them keep down such frauds as all night-anmuch aa lies in his power. Congress seems to have resolved itself into a pension ma chino and evidently thinks that no higher duty ia expected or required of it than to ran up pension charges upon the country. It will require more than a huudred million of dollars to pay the pensions bills next year and at the present rate of increase the time is close at hand when every a gun who enlisted in the mother's eon-olate war, whether he fought or not, can lay back in idleness and live on his pension money. It is actually appalling to contem plate the lengths to which the business has been carried and imagine what ia yet in country-- ' store for this pension-ridde- n f Mr. Beck's bill to provent Senators from acting aa attorneys for railroad corporations amended and changed ao that its originator could not recognize it, passed the Senato 39 to 14. As passed it is a little- worse than nothing, but Mr. Beck gets credit for ap puently trying to legislate in the right direction. The Maysville Republican, one of our brightest exchanges, will appear as a daily after March 1. Hawthorne Hill, who graduated in journalism from the Louisville offices, is now one of the editors of the apparently procperous property. - ade at the piers continues and railroads and steamer aro either hung up or groatly delayed. John II. Parrish, a zed G t, and Walker Mason, 75. died laat week in Madison county. A Mias Powell, daughter of Capt. Powell- of Irvine, hts brought suit in tho circuit court of that place, by her attorney, Senator Bennett, of thia place, against W. D. Richardson in two cases breach of promise and bastardy. Her father haa sued for damages for debauching his daughter, Richmond The parties aro all prominent. Register. Yearango Tom Crittenden shot and killed an inofienslve ne;ro. But as he is a grandson of the great Ssnator he has not yet been punished. Ha has had new trials, changes of the venue and continuancea a Republican Convention. asked for. In the mean time witneeaea die The republicans met in convention here or move away. The probability ia that yesterday and after electing R, K. Barrow Crittenden will never be punished. Ia Chairman and B. G. Alford Secretary, adopthere no remedy for auch glaring perverted the following resolutions: The repubCovington lican party of Lincoln county sions of the ends of justice? in convenCommonwealth. None but a resort to the tion assembled, hereby recognizes and apmethods of Judge Lynch. proves the call of the republican conI breach of unfit for public use 1; furnishing liquor to minora I; unlawful liquor felling .18 Total number of indictments returned 53. Tho Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tian church will present the cantata of The Three Graces nt the Opera House Thursday evening. Tha cantata ia taken from the 13th verse of the 13th chapter of first Corinthians, "And now abideth these three, Faith, Hops and Love, but the great- est of these is Love." Tho throe leading parts will be taken by Missea Minnie Dinwiddle, LuIa Batson and Lizzie Huffman. There are about 35 in the cast. The will ba donated to tho church. The worthiness of the causo and the excellence of the entertainment should insure a full houpe. 1; 1; road pro-ceed- o The JoIIowIdr . pirBgnphi, nrltlng iurth the good ihlnKitrpl lj otnr of T. R. WALTON. GKOUFJI, State HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. car-loa- ox-M- ayor step-moth- vention to be held in the city of Louisville on the 11th day of May, 1SS7, to nominato atate officers to ba voted for nt the comlnc August election and Jletolixd, 1st. That wo denounce and condemn tho dcmocratlo party of Kentucky for their careless and gross mismanagement of tho State affairs wherebv a large sinking fund and overflowing troasury have been rquandered and spent and the people burdened with a heivy debt and an empty treasury ; and our charitable institutions have been growly mismanaged and scandals have flourished in them. The honest laborers cf tho State have been compelled to compsto and work side by side with the penitentiary convicts and their honest labor degraded, 2d. We demand that tho convicts be confined inside the prison walla and not to come in contact and compote with the honest laborers of the country; that the eqsll-ztti- on board be abolished; the present obnoxious and burdensome revenue law and inquisitorial assessment lawa be repealed; that our free ecbool system be fosterel and improved aud such lawa be passed aa foe ier inuor organizations anu cnecs the encroachments of capital and corporations upon the rights of the people. 3J. Recognizing the distinguished ability and eminent character of the Hon. W. O, Bradley, of Garrard county, and also hia devotion and services to the republican party of the State and nation, therefore resolve that the delegates of thia convention are bstructed to cast the vote of Lincoln county for him for Governor and to ure all honorable means to secure hia nomination in the State convention and they are also instructed to ewt the vote of Lincoln county for the Hon. M. T. Flippin, of Monroe county for Attorney General. The delegates are to exercise their in the selection of other candidates for State n: ir Nrnd s. WALSH, THE TAILOK, KY. P. EXCLUSIVELY. LOUISVILLE, Ken-tuck- JOE F. WATERS Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Queensware, Etc. public-spirit-cdne- Main Street, - Stanford, Ky. j ?N OLIVER PLOWS! well-kno- d W. II. IIIOGIIV Wall Paper, Furniture, .I msekfrfjuj Cases, Caskets, Robes, i.i d Pulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAREXtf5 Stanford. uumE),UW,,v&'.ya-.iwrV"i- ,"" .. 5tni4BBttUHtcrinnnal LMXr;";"c,T,B.,nB''"'" Stanford, Ky B. O. WAIVTON, L.AM. - - Fobruary 8, .87 At Dunvllle, Vn,the sale of leaf tobacco in tbe month of January were 1,301,-15- 9 -- At Lena, Ind., Albert Wright, aged i!2, pounds, nt mi of $10 25 per Mil JAM eh Maiiet telegraphs that Mt. shot himself through the head because hi 100 . The sales for I tie preceding month Vurnon will receive night malls, beginning sweetheart refused to umry him in opposiwere 1,021749 pounds, nt an average rn with to MARRIAGES. J"",op"- - nvere H. C. RUFLEY, MlilUJIIAM TAII.OIl, I hare recolted and still receiving - tion s - UutilnoBB Manngor. LOCAL TIME CARD , I HAVE some note and accotinta I will bring suit on after March lit, if not settled before. W.H, Hlcgins. hi . Mall train going NorthHnuth ' ttxprtrs train" 11 .. youth......... - jioin .. ............ Twenty shares of First National Bink r. m li 14 r, m. stock wero withdrawn at $111 00 yesterday . S 10 10 1 - ,. 2 :Aats About 30 uilnutot Itttorl LOCAL Theatre li calculated on standard lime. li AiM A.M Bolar and afterwards sold privately at $115. NOTICE. I!uy your Sshoal Uookn from Penny MoAIUter. Ahic tour irrcccr for the Cincinnati Ki- kcry Co.'a cracker mid cuke. W ATCiira nntl Jewelry repaired on nhor notice anil warranted bjr l'enny & McAIIh r. llUNTKim, ATrJUJTloW. Loaded Carl- rIdr, all Um of "hot, at Penny A Mc AilMer'n. A complete atoclc F. M. Wake, at McKinney, Is going it alone now, and is cutting prices right and Itft. In a circular just issued he gives that can hardly be duplicated. A fig-tir- Foil Hale, My houso and lot ittiated near the engine Houso on tho Crab Orchard pike at Itowland. Terms made known on application. Mrs, Kate Dudderar the whiles of her parents Mr. Charles II Carter and Mlsu Mag gie, daughter of Mr J II. Bright, disappear ed from the Hrighl'iiMill neighborhood Sunday night, and it is thought they have gono ofT to marry m they have been sweethearts for lome time. Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbin waa mar tied at the Ffaccnix Hotel, Lexington, Sat urday night, to Misa Lula Shropshire, of this county. If she is half as pretty as be described her to ua she is indeed a beauty, and he is a very fortunate individual. Our congrntulntiomi are extended. DEATHS. well-know- Somerset correspondent informs us that a young man named Miller, of that A $(30 from his uncle, who was on of jewelry, latoat place, stole n ejtcclalty. l'tn a visit to his father from MU'ourf, and left ityle. llockfonl watches for parts unknown. ny A McAlinler. was devoted to bsck from a yitlt routine business of an uninteresting charOivknh acter, W. A Caron presented the notice to relMiw in lbtirbsn. appointment as notary public and Misa Kate ku hai cone to viait of histhe oath of ollice, with D. 11. Kdmislon took friend" in NtcholTlile. as surety. Mum John O'llr.iiN and her little ba Mils. G (J I - persoYal. Ml MOM. County Coujit yesterday AiTEii "5 Tears' continuous service as and pleaMtit vielt to Kmaa City, returnrd director of the Dspo'lt, the National and . home Saturday-National lhnks of Stanford, Mr. Mn AND Mm. J. T. Hailkv, of Ver tho First II. 8. Wither tendprod hie resignation yesbiIIUm. ptrentx of Mm. Will C. Wiierrltt, terday and Hon. U. A. lackey was elected are her KUet. iu hissteid. The warmcH thanks for faithMic. Walueii l'nv. ol the Danville ful sorrier were voted to the retiring di'J i, bunt, houoml m with a call yeaterday. rector. He reportK hi paper on a regular boom. IssenJing us tho result of the trial of Mn II IS Viuov, of Kmim City, ia back oil a viit to hi friend, nportIni the tho Foe murderer, our ex Mt. Yeanon correspondent, Mr. T. N. Itoberte, sy ho is prettiest Utile red moustache imaglniiiiip. JfEWerAPEKMEW were thick here yea delighted with Ihrbourvillo and that the ttrday. In addition to the one named place i on a grand boom. Our capitalist abore, Memr. D. T. Fackler, W. A. Mill who are sending money Ujuth nnd West Una and M D Hughe were on hand gath- might invest profitably there and along the new railroad. ering new and raking in theahekela. ia left again, JpwieM. C The prohibitionists were not out In much the WaihinKton jtidKahlp baring gone in force yesterday and those at the meeting did another direction. He is not particularly further than consult. F. M. Ware cut down and needn't be with a client able littlemade Chairman and S. S. Myers Secrewas to fend him to Texan, where he now le, to tary. A considerable discussion arose over take deposition. the question of pending delegate) to the Catch-in- s -- Mns. L. A. Niem. Mr. W. B. and M!m prohibition convention, and it was finally and MIm Bara E. lUndall decided by a small majority to do so. J. T. Cochran, deroted disciple of the Women' Hachley, Charlie McRoberts, John O. Chrittian Temperance Union, armed yeaNeal, R. E. Birrow, John D. Bistin, Jasbeterday to attend the contention, which per Llvingsfon and all other good prohibigins at the Christian church to day and tionists were appointed. A proposition to continue oTer to morrow, nominate a candidate for the legislature Oi'K cood friend, Mr. It. II. Crow, was voted down and the convention ad tends us an ancient copy of an Atlanta paU the Upper Georgia IMiand is journed, per. It dated December 4. 1817. The name of The Cheapest and Best College. Henry Clay and John McLean fly at its The Commercial College of Kentucky Unimait-beafor president and versity, situated in the healthy, historic do respeclirely. The proialon' quotation and society renowned city of Lexington, not Tsry materially from thoie of today. Ky,, received the Gold Medal and DiploMil AND MlU J. H. OltlMEH KYe R ma of Honor at the World's Exposition very decant entertainment at the residence oyer all Cjllegei for system of BioW Keepof Col. J. U. 1'iyne, Tuwdsy niRht, to Mies ing and General Business education. NearKate Gnine, of Stanford. The alltir was ly COO student from this and 25 other one of the mo't pleasant social eTent of Statrs have entered this College the past the season and was heartily fnjoyed by year. Its graduate are guaranteed success. A beautiful supper was those prreont. If you desire honor and succeis, a cheap eerted at eleTn o'clock. The cueM pres- and thorough coure, read tho advertiseK'inbcth coro or more. ent numbered ment of this College in this paper end town New write now fir particulars to it President, LOCAL MATTERS. Wilbur R Smith, Ksxington.Ky. (leorgo I' IlrliihV eheep Dui4i;ntin'o OnillTTO nn Hunu O. W Kiwards, the other night and killed 20 for him. the keeper of a small confeotionary at -d 11 by went to I.ouieillle Friday. Mica Li..tE Huntkii, of Crab Orch ard, i the Ktiwt of Mr J. C. Florence. Mn. and Miis. Joe H. Giumm, of Eii- Mbelhtown, were isucats of hi home folks for a few day. Mif3 Kate (Ikimka, after a protracted TilEHR 1 now no doubt about the sue-ces- o of the mill project. A number of farm ers took stock ytsterday and the fall amount wtll no doubt be secured in a day or two. Mill men flure that it !i a capi tal Inveitment Caiu'EW. Wo are opening our rpritiK line of carpet. CraiC.s this week Crab Orchard, was tried before Judge E OwMor & mlston, Siturday, and held in $100 bond to the circuit court for inducing children to I- n W. U. Ihird, a New Lino attorney, i dead Henry Duforj, brother of Gen. Abe affirm. Cuba, W C, Roger sold to A B. Harlin, cf and Col Tom, died Friday in Fayette. Co'r.uitri, Tenn., 25 registered andiinretii Dr. John C Welch, one of the best j xi. itu CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. known of Kentucky' physicians, died at lereu Jir.'ey neiiers ior si.-iusel, of New Market, sold 20 head of hogs HEAD 1MMV.V. HEAD UI. Nicholmille. Gentiiy. Just as we were going to February 1st to J. B Thompson, averaging TltAINHbOUTH. THAINSNOKTH. 205 ib ,nt 4 J cents. George Raley eold to Mo. 2. No. 4, Mo. 6. Mo. 8. No.l. Son. Mo. 6. press Thursday night the Bad intelligence STATION'S. Dally. M, L'neave, of Tennessee, 15 yearling UMIJ Pally. Dally. Dally. Ex. Hun. Dally. Ki. bun. Dally. of the sudden death of Mr. Robert R. J Daily. mult at $80. J. H. Brown sold to same Gentry, Br., reached us. Particular were 01 p uj 8 10pm 7 65 a m I.'TC.'Inclnnall ..A'rr 042pm 1025am 6 40 7 85 a ml m 500pm 4 mules nt $70 - Lebanon Enterprise. 4 30 p ml 7 27 Georgetown 10 02 am 7 05pm to 62 p in 10 5i a m mi 4 25 a m 2 01pm unobtainable nt that hour, but we slnco I exlngton 4 15pm 7 00a m 4 05 am 135pu 7 31 p in II 2Dp in 11 30a m 10 22 a m Nlcliolasrllle.. a m H3a m luipm 10 43am; S 02 pin 11 41 p m,U 51 a m learn that he waa feeling a little badly and oojpm, 12 28 p m 11 18 a rn, 8 43pm ...J 12 M pin .Ilarrodsburg Junction.. 325pm5o7 ?inT lIlVniTIHEJIKIWK. 47am started out for a walk to the loll gato In or3 12pm f5 32 am 2 50 am 12 12pm 11 20 a m 8 59pu 12 33 a in 12 47 pm Danrille Junction CUt ... 302pm 520am 2 43a tu 1201pm II Main 910pm 12 (3 am 2 42pm der to obtain some fresh nir. He returned 3 25 p m KinKS Mountain 1042 am 1 20 a m 9 50am 12 SO p in .. . 1 33 p m 2 27 a in 4 20 p in in a few minutes, saying ho was in great Somerset 10 45 am n :iu a m 7 30 mn .Oakdalo 10 00 p m C 05 a m 3.Hin pain, and snt down at the Sre. The pain 8 25am 825 a m 0 15 piu Chattinoo ga. 7iupm Birmingham......... 12 50 am 5 10pm 150 luijuin I hare .S,l increased and he naked, after ordering thtit running on my place 5 OS u in. 9 52pm 9 11pm ..Eutaw 620 am' am 0 40 pin to near the toll gato on Somerset pike. Will do cuj 7 40 p ml ...:U30 a m the doctor bo sent for, that he be .....Meridian ... 315am 10 40 p m 800pm1 7 36 a in . New Orleans... toui Btnlog and will always bare on linnd all 3 CO a m bed, His request was complied with and kinds of lutuoer, which I will sell at very reason. '12 55 am 235 am -- Meridian in a few moment' he wa a corpse. Mr. ahlo rates. .li . S. It IIKHIJIAX. .. 7 30 n in 7 31pm .Vlcksburx . p m BhrBTCport . . 8 15 a m Gentry was a substantial citizen, upright in ....' 6 45 .... .1 7 10 p m 7 50 am T. P Junction his dealing and poBesed the confidence and respect of his neighbor, and the No 0 learoj OikiUledtllr'exoipt dinby. it 5 11 a. m , Arriving at Cbattano)? at 9.15. No. 8 Jltl.NM , ItlClDIO.Ml. KY. learos Chattanooga at 3 U0 v., arrlvlnj nt Oiililait 0 J r. M. warmest lovu of his family. He was a Mann Iloudotr Buflat Sleeping Cirs ouall Uiroj!i trains. member of the Christian Church for years, B. "WILLIS, mM Manager, H. roLI.BRAK, Qon'l Frt. A Pass. Act.. JOHN C. OAUrr, and for the most part held hi membership Kora good Tablo . li. CAtu'.UM,, ucn'i uit. HlA.N, asii. uen'l Frt. A Past. Agoat. at the Stanford church. A wife and elx And clean acd well furnished rooms, this Hotel W. W. WELLS, superintendent, Somerset, Ky. hai no auixrlor. Wood mmpln rooms attached, (leneral Office, Bt. Paul IlulHIng, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. y children, Mrs. John Blain, Colin, Robert inmates riliO per day. Chrii, Jimtsaud Richard Gentry, survive Thero was him. Hi age was 03 yeir ! no funeral fermon, but at the grave in BufI will aell for the nort ,7 DAYS raj entire falo Cemetery, Saturday morning, Elder Joseph B&Ilou dcliyered some appropriate stock of Clothing and Men's hesry boots AT COST. Drown Cotton 7 cents per yard; G lbs. and touching remarks to the large assem- lostOrcen CoOeofor SI; 17 lbs best N. U. Sugar for blage of friends who had gathered to pty Jl; best Plaid Cottona, 8 cents per jarJ, and all fisA-4sMTlTlMn?- sl7 other Roods at reduced prices. the lait tribute of rearcct. ?r. JAJIRN, We are indebted to Mr. John Blain for Crab Orchard, Ky. the following additional personal history of the deceased: Mr. Gentry was born and LOUIS SCIILKGEL, raised to manhood in Madison county on a farm now owned by Senator John D. Har ris. He waa one of several sona of Rich1IICHM05D. KKMUCKY. ard Gentry; a very respectable and rather ! dS prominent citlzsn of that county. Photograph! in all styles and sizos. his father having died, he with his mother asremoved to this county and bought and Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and took op bis residence on the farm where he Water Colors. died, and where he bad lived continually Now designs In Frames anl Mats at yery los . from the time of his removal. On Febru- Prices. (201-lC. ary 22, 1819, he was married to Mary Eogleman, a daughter of Christian Engle-man- , of Lincoln county. His I the first ! death that has ever occurred in the family, HsTlDg sold my Farm, I will on Mr. Gentry's occupation was exclusively a farmer all his life, and it was a TUESDAY. FEBRUARY, 22, 1887, that of business in which he delighted end of At my UtnjcaUence, in tho Stanlord and Mill which he had a thorough knowledge in all edgeTllIeTurnplka (7 miles Irotn the former and a ST0. 5 CHAMPION, was l'j miles from the Utter place,) sell at public aucHe it yariationa and connections. tion all ol my personalty, consisting In part of considered a superior judge of all kinds of 9) Head of Ewes with Lambs, 3 Houtbdown Block and other property related to the Uucls, some young Cat tin. Cows, Calrca, 19 lieadofH oats, Ac Also all my Farming Uten business of farming and as a farmer he wa We ails, Including 1 now Wood Hinder, Ids only cut orer about 30 acres of ground. One Wood Mowquite eucceesful, raising abundant crops, er, run two seasons, Ono liny Pries, hand powhandling stock judiciously and profitably We one er, one Spring Wa?"n, Plows. Ac . also Household and Kitchen Furniture. Terms ma Jo known and nltcgethei conducting his operations on day of Sale. I2il-tdT.J. FONTKIl. We a energetically and with intelligence and He was a wnrm hearted good judgment. we generous nnd ho'pitablo gentleman and took great delight in social Intercourse. He found pleasure in relieving the want of tho needy anil distressed and no euch ever appealed to him in vain. $0.30 The Court of Appeal holdsllm killing stock br the or of n rtllroad company i prima facie evidence of uculigence nnd the burden li on the compiny of Knowing Mint the killing wa the refill! of an accident that could not Iihvh been avoided, under the clrcutnstHnCM, bv itm exercise of ordi nary rare and diligence, Down in Uulliu county n mi sued the railroad for killing two mules, laying hi damage at $300, and the railroad instituted counter wilt fir $10,000 damages done to the engine nnd car by being wreck ed over the bodie of the mule The court below Kve judgment nrfainst the Louisville railroad, which Judge Pryor in his opinion New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising tbr boat In the market, which will be Qotton Up in Btylo and Make- - Sooond to Nono in City or Country Giro Mo n Trial. H- - O- - RUPLEY. Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Pacific Hailway.) Orleans, Florida, South West. to Shortest and Quickest South East, Texas, . TOR SAIiE. as-ist- n'J, ' 201-3- . WILLIS HOUSE, 4. J. Proprietor. 201-l- . .. FOR CASH ONLY PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! j. 201-l- l'HOXOG IM1MSE K, vJIsiiiM "jIf,,u PUBJLIC SAJLiE We have much the largest stock and best sortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesita tingly 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 tho Plow of all Plows for such work, they are almost have various kind of plows and indistructihle. can suit any at all kinds of prices. that will give our assortment an investigation. have few Sulky Plows will sell at very low prices. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. LAND, 3TOCK UNO CROP Tiie new comes from Kahs1 that Jack girl and ban Davis Is at lat pipa. It's been named Mary Julia. sell 7 buslol barrels of salt nt $150. Coal alway on hand. Isaac Hamilton, Rawlanrf. Owing to a longer term at Lancaster than ho calculated upen, Judgo Morrow haa postponed his special court here till Saturday, 12.li. OCR subscription list was increased by 4S new names lat week, In addition to many renewals. We are not on much of a boom, but are generally able to koep up with the procession. Killed 'Em. -- Dr. Ed Eites told in yesterday of a colored patient of hi in the Liberty vicinity who waB bo bothered with lice that he saturated his head with coal oil an eel it on Or, nis eclp was completely roaBtcd. The proposition or our McKinney friend Faxton our candi-datin regard to maktna; Legislature, was discussed yeiy for the favorably yeiterday, and if the young man can be Induced to make the race, we have not a doubt that he can be elected. Salt and Coal. -- Will a'eal article from their parents and bring them to him fnr exchange for hi goodi. A startling exposure of depravity waa devel oped at the trial, it being prove i that the rical not only got the children to steal from their parent, but from other a well A little ton of Mrs McQhee carried him a ham and a middling of bacon and other children variouB articles. A son of Ed wards was also held as a partner of his father In hi eflarts to carrv on a school for the education of thinve. Hay and corn for eale. ton. Eph Penning Commercial Collegeof Ky.Universliy.Lv.'riv: The Cheapest and Beit Buiineis CoHetre In thn World, lllicnr! Honor ibHJiiM Mcriwl nw ail ofl 7r t li.--. . M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, DrnRS. The K chmond Jltgistcr publishes an ac count of how J. M. Htatt, formerly of this county, but now of Missouri, fell in love with Miia Jennie Cobb, of Madison; how he poured forth his soul in a missive of love on his return to his Western hom; how the young lady responded that, she could not tell whether she loved him or not until she saw him aain; how he came and showed himself and was unfavorably received by his charmer, who refined not only to marry him, but to keep hi company at all; how the callow youth then made out a bill of his expenses In coming to see the young lady and presented it to her and her mother, who refused to pay it and how he sought tho assistance of a lawyer to The bill amounted to force Its pymeut, $110, but before tho young man could bring his suit tho lady married another fellow, Mr. Ben Todd, and in great disgust Mr. Hiatt hied him to his home beyond the Mississippi, a Bidder but a wiser man in the matter of having his courting exDoe anybody penses refunded to him. here know the ynunster? Je e n,n hJphPHt lntrket price iu cash for walnut log, and lumber or will buy the lumber in the tree Any one haying walnut to dispose of and will notify mo of tho amount, quality and where located I will " come and see it. A, C. Sine. Walnut Logs Wanted. I will pi.y of whites and a heavy coating of blacks, County Coujit A fine day and a held a convention yesterday and adopted and large crowd yesterday, About 200 head of the high Bounding, but very harmless, on the market. The beet Bold In eorne points very silly, resolutions,; whicti Bcrubcittle obfrom 2 to 3J cent with bidding a little we give in another column. It will be Brad-ley- , better. About 25 yearling and aged mule served that they inttructed for Col. so we for were sold at from $G0 to $125 owing to age as we promised they ahould, eold at $50 quality. A few plug givo them for the little buncombe that they and Busltiesa fair. to ISO. off. The republicans, that is a slim number hoe get Fifty ton of hay ready biled, for enle, " John Bright, Stanford. A Sbelbyvllle man Bold a bronzs gob-le- r weighing 11 J pounds for$G. J. F. A B. F. Grover sold to various mule at parties 9 head of 3 to 0 year-ol- d to $200. $115 E P. Winstead, Franklin, shipped to of 15 to 15Ahand mules Memphis a he paid $90 to for which Colonel Treacy, of Lexington, has eold hi bay oolt, Banning, three years old, to Captain James Murphy for $5,000. El. Joressold to Wakefield & Htid son a 3 rear old mule for $115 and bought of D. M. Cress a yoke of Oxen for $100. A Scotch agricultural paper estimates that there are in the world 195,500,000 cattle, 48,000,00 horses, 393,322,000 sheep and 93,300,000 swine. Squire Murphy tells us that the wheat is all alive and in much better condition than would be thought, considering the character of the winter. For Balk. A limited quantity of Welcome seed oat. One hundred bushels per acre has been produced from this variety. Wearen & Menefee. Ethleel 2J, the property of John A. McEwin, Nashville, is the first cow in the world to make a pound of butter from less than four pounds of milk, and $0,000 baa ben refused for her. Will N. Ofiutt sold to Walker about 50.000 pounds of tobacco at 5 and 5 cents J, W. Bond bought of R. H. Crossfield & Son, of Anderson county, 25 yearling Georgetown mules at $G3 50 peu head. Times. Alex McMakln sold to Hilory Bell IS head of cattle, averaging 1,400 pounds, at $-per hundred; also a lot of hogs at $4 percwr. Thomas S. Putliam, of Chaplin, sold to Mack Cecil, of Mercer, 11 mules at $85 per head. They were Nelson Record. about 14J hand hlh. car-loa- d $1-1- & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. .ISiiNlcal iT rnrrui I lluliic IMunition. (ruduutrib In llu1nr. lUTrachrra fmbtorM ifTt-'ul- Worl.l' iprwltliin.l f s,t-m- lionU. Ouo Ituftlnr Courtts larladtar Tuition Hutlrtrr QlHotrl t t IM, Khort.IUnH.TjpcW rllliiK nl Trlfumnhj, iwliltlfi o arutUn. Unlrr i'unrwntrtl ?io. (s1uat4 HM1TI1, Pre- - rurcv-- . Kor it u . IU l, Letlnrton, Ky. Mt tJJrrM t'otf CouiuiieMioiier'H Sale ! VALUABLE LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Jones L. Adams, administrator and others Plain. tldsTS. Jones L Adams' Heirs, Ac, Defendants. In Equity. Commissioner of Garrard Circuit As Court and perauant to a decree In said Court rendered In the abore atyled case at Its January Term 1S87, I will on tho Ma-te- r Chcuilcalrt, Paints, Oils, linuipH, Willi Paper, NoapH, TT3A.II3"W IN Wines, HookK, I.iqnor stationery, IriMtriiemeiilfc, fJiRarH, Perfumery, Tobacco, Fire Arms, Pocket Cutlery, Sliicliin Needled. Genuine Wrm isssLHasr . O. Salts in Bulk at Wholesale and retail. FEBRUARY 24TH, 1887. .vi . -- .!- m sstrr IN- tiri 7cwiii!i)ifo)ir Allrv liiJL On the premises sell 10 the highest and best bid-dercredits of alx, twelreand eighteen months In equal pajraentsthe land In the pleadings men. Tho Jones L. Adams farm la tlooeu, it: (larrard county, on DIx rlrer and on the HanTllle, PHARMACISTS, DBALXaS - Nlcholaarllle A Lexington Turnpike Iload, about 8mllea from Lancaster and 5 miles from Danville, adjoining the lands of A. J, Rice J. 8, Johnson and others, known as Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. PhYsiclans' prescriptions accurately compounded. Also 0LIFFE HOME of ABOUT 510 ACRES Ol Good Farming and U rating Laid In a high state of culttratlon, well watered and well Imnror. ed. with excellent residence and all the necessary outbuildings, barns, stables, orchard, Ac, bald land will be sold In a body or In parcels to suit JEWELERS- - TE11M1: Tho purchaser will bo required to exTho Largest Stock of Watohes, Clocks, ecute bonds payable to the Master Couiintssiouer Jewelry and Silvorwaro bearing 0 per with surety to beapprored by him. cent. Interest from day of sale until paid and har-In- g the furce and etrect of a Judgment, and a Hen KTcr bought to this market Prices Lowor than retained upon land for the purchase money. the Lowest. Watehea, Clocks and Jewelry Be-(HO. ItKXKY, palred on short notloa and Warranted. Master CommlMloner. purchasers. OirPossessIon of farm will be gUen as soon as terms ot aalo Is complied with"" N. n. At tho same time acd place the-- will also A tine young boiold tho following property.to-wlt- : lack, four Tal liable brood marea,threo yearling colts No. 1 Milch two or three flood Work Mules, four Cows, throe high breed Poland China Hogs, Farm Ing Implements, Including Sulky Plows, two Minders, (one new one) Ac, Household and Kitchen Furniture, one Piano. Plueton and Har AMEItlCA A1MMH, nesa. rn (21 WfTou TiuMtf SLICKER trw.-ra.rk- m Best Waterproof llKibllili ADAMS, Coat. .. .. . t " JTT ."7 win TbnSTIIlBADBUCi:XBIswrr.lllw.n'r, .dor.t. "i r.p nw rouuEL sucKin i. u. Btrdttt .to. Tt. B.w.r.oflmlUllont. Non. s.nuln. IUutU."ruli mr.tb..nllr...Ul. ur.oir iuotir.i.a l.i.ioju. ire m j iit.. ......mi. rrf' j.r Lancaster. Ky , Teh. 2, 8S7. lUQ-- t. d.) Mk-f- Vu Stmi-fflBttHnlntcr- ior lotral THE WOMAN AND HOME. FRIENDSHIP AND LOVE OF WOMAN WORTH WINNING. A The Court of Appeals. The busineea of the Appellate Courts of Kentucky eeemn to be tbo hunting up of technical quibble?. A Court of AppsaU in criminal cases ia n? cewarilr a court of pro lection to the culprit?. Cms are not np pealed when justice U outraged by inauffi very gcntlo with tho oungeronw nnd treat them with respect, remembering that wo wero onco young. Novcr to judgo ono another, but to attribute n good motivo when wo can. To compnroour manifold blessings with tho trifling annoyances of tho day. To 1x5 DB. W. B. PENNY, Htitniont, DKNTI8T, JCoiitttolcy. HMJJk&) StBBlisMkV SaaBssWisBWsVl WHk I Ml I iiBBBBHaw mmmr V -- ,: v v Br ClonnllncAs and Its Virtue llulca fur Itcso-lutlo- court, or may be given only a trill tig im prisonment as in the Wepler case, and society, which is defrauded by Buch lax justice, has no recourse to the Court of Appeals. But let full justice be done, cr the court err in the way af sewity, and the Court of Appeals always openi an avenue of escape. These actions are too often Uteri on the merest technicalities, or rnott ridiculous pretexts. The Kaelin cue is an instance ia point. Although there is not the had-- vr of a doubt that the bloody brute mur tiered his wife, and that he was perfectly jano when he dtd so, the wi?e Court of Appeals saw fit to reverua the just sentence of tho lower court because the word "felony" Was was omitted fro 21 the indictment Ihero ever men a ridiculous triteit ctTer ed by a sensible couri? What earthly connection cm the word "feloniousi?" have lo do with the guilt or innocence of a brutal wife murder? What difference" can it possibly make in the heinouenes of the crime if tho grand jury forgot to say that the murder was committed "feloniousi)?'' The murder was assuredly not an accident, and whether it was felonious or not, it was a bloody, brutal butchery, and the miscreant who committed it deserves banging Bat our wise Cjurt of Appeals ha Ben lit to overrule the decision of the Criminal Court. Because of a trifling technicality it has reversed the sentence of the murderri; it has put the State to the expense of an ther trial; it Las made it more than likely that the guilty man will escape his just Toom. This ia the decision of the Supreme Court of the State; its judgment ia law. There is no appeal from it. But ihere is a higher tribunal; there ia a court in banc; a court, tbe unanimous decision of which ia a reversal if the Court of Appeals, a condemnation of their foolish tourse; this is tbe court of public opinii n, tribunal that is always honest, alwaja jnat. Louisville Post Family Pence X AYomun's flood. Interior Decorations Children. Kitchen Hints Notes and Item. My brother, it Is said, nnd I bcltovo it to cisnt punishment. The most bloody, bru- bo in many eases truo, that men do not rend tal murderer may be set free by the lower women mullly; do not understand their real character! oven though thoso characters may Now, let mo givo bo seen by other women. you nn lnfalliblo rulo, ono which you can apply In every case and novcr be disappointed It is simply this: When you in tho . como into tho prc6enco of a woman whom you aro meeting for tho first tlmo noto th imprwslon si 10 makes on your mind. If sho reminds you at onco of your sex and her own by look, word or act, let her alono, for her influence will degrndo you. Sho may pleaso your eyo by her beauty, your ear by bcr voice, flatter you by bcr words and manner, but sho will novcr bo a truo friend to you. Sho studies to pleaso nnd expects you to please in return. Sho has no thought nboro present pleasure nnd no caro for anything but self. She will never uplift you beyond your present piano nor incite you to deeds of Slio imut livo out her organization honor. and by sutfering bo inado to seo tho truo nlni of Hfo beforo sho can bo to you in any respect what n woman should bo to a man a guldo to draw him up, not down; a friend whom ho can safely trust nnd honor, nnd, pernt-fto- Prk is a district land situated at the northwest corner of the Territory of Wyoming, which was, in public 1872 set apart by Congress as park, or pleasure ground, for the benefit od enjoyment of the citizens of tbe United Staler. It has an area of 3 575 equars exiles and measures G5 miles from north to tooth and 55 from ea.t to west. In this roa is a diyersity of natural phenomena, uch m la not brought together in the same rpiee elsewhere in the known world. It hat geysers and mountains, lakei and water Alls, hot springs and perpetual snows, and colors not surpassed in the alchemy of nature. It is one of tbe wondets of the world Little was known of this region nntil 1SG4, when Captain de Lacy with his party pane Irated its western edge. Then, in 1870, Oeneral Washburn, Surveyor General of Montana, made its wonders more fully known, and later a thorough investigation was made by the geological survey of the Yellowstone National l spending an hour with such a woman you leavo her feeling moro manly, mora erect morally and physically, and though you may not havo tho thought clearly formed in your mind, yot you aro conscious that tho timo spent in her company was spent wisely. You aro aware that her Influence is elevating and refining and you feel your better nature rousing into action. You feel ashamed of your misdeeds and wish yourself better than you are, and reolvo to mako yourself moro worthy of her regard. Evils that you liavo scarce noticed before yoa oro hardly willing to tolerate, now desires awake and you breaths for a timo a now, purer atmosphere. When you find a woman who produces these or similar impressions on you, "ultlvato her acquaintance; sho will do you good. Her influence will bo ennobling, not degrading. Sho will nevor drag a' man down, but raise him to a higher level and bring out in strong relief all the grand nobility of manhood that is in him, and tho strength and purity of his highest and best gift. Tho friendship and lovo of a woman of this class is worth winning, my brother; nnd happy ia he who can call such a woman Ids friend, and doubly blessed is he who can win her for his Hfo companion. Association with her will be on n piano far tbove selfish passion, and round out tho life into harmonious completeness that not only influences tho individual but all who come in contact with him Cor Christian Register. la Next to Godliness. Cleanline ' I have soon tho women of many nations," remarked an old gentleman to a reiwrter tho other day, "both in society and at home, and I couftws with pride that I think Ameri can women, a s. rule, aro tho neatest tho o world over. Havo you over lived in a and not?d tho fastidious habits of tho belles, who ore perhaps more particular about their apjwaranco than they would bo in a large city, because they know everybody knows them, and because thoy cannot go down the street without being scrutinized closely by some admirer I have known village maidens after having married and settled down in n great city tako advantago of tho wildornew of houses and strango faces and go about in such slatternly attiroasthey would never have assumed In their nutlve village but these cases nro rare. ' You take a girl who Is neat at homo and sho will be neat everywhere eLe. If sho wears a cl&in calico in tho morning sho will wear a spotless merino In the afternoon. If she wears a clean collar in tha morning sho will replace it with a frostier ono In the evening, and so on "Tho habit of uoatnetisor its opposite h an interesting .tu ly in w omen Tho characteristic naturally rxlsts ju.t tho samo in men, but tin- fircum-tance- s governing their live are such m do not bring out this phnso in such prououneed fashion. I don't doubt tliat soiii') of the greatest slatterns on earth aro nun, but they are seldom found out, jou know If j ou aro sufficiently Intimate w 1th a gentleman to gain access to his opartmont you will soon havj a very excellent method of judging .f H, habits. If jou Hud his urusiiw : l 01 nairnnu itnt, liU lowuU nnd soll'-dotlus lucking about everywhere, with n bowl of dirty water always on his wnshstatid, you may easily Judge that ho will go out in tho street with greuxo spota on bli clotliAs nnd half soiled linen oil. ' Now, Ix'tueenyou ami mo, I t Jlity p.ojilo. There is something as repulslvo about untidy habits to mo as thoro U in real wickedness 1 don't think you cm be a good man ornsiwd woman without xfesevdug thoroughly cl-jwix-na- l habits, and I will stick to It until my dying day Thoy tell me I am a crank ou this subject I don't caro whether t am or not." Denver Tribvil-lagd chance, oven lovo. If, on tho other hand, you meet a woman whoso prcsenco brings no thought of sex into your mind, who brings out your best thoughts and gives you hers In return, whoso manner encourages no Iguoblo deed or word, who respects herself, and involuntarily calls out your respect for her, mako that woman your friend, no matter what may bo her ago or social xsiUon, no matter if sho bo pooily droseil nnd plain featured and ono not calculated to mako a show in tho world of fashion; she has a soul filled with good, and her thoughts aro tho forerunners of good deeds, and sho will prove a sourco of constant inspiration to you that will draw you to higher planes of development nnd tend to mako you tho man you ought to bo. After Itcsolutlons Tor n Wo num. Novcr for ono day to neglect hair, teeth or nails. Novcr to wear n garment spotted or with a holo in it if in .ny way avoldablo. Novcr to como dowu to breakfast othor than as fresh as a bath and good temper will admit If too ill to be sweet or to drc53 carefully, to stay out of sight. Never to appear at dinner without distinctly showing it is dinner and worthy of somo distinction. Novcr to forgot to show in dross, body or mannors thnt I am glad to bo a woman. Novcr to ran down men or got excited about tho wrong1 of our sox. Never to sulk, or whine, or nag tho three grcnte&t failings of womankind. Never, if posslblo, to scold husband or brother or other mascullno attachments; but if it can't bo helped, to scold quick and reasonably and havo thnt tho cud of it. Never to forget, if dejicndent on husband or any ono clso for oven the most loving sup-lor- t, that tho least return is lovo nnd caro nnd a certain amount of forgiveness. Novcr to mako n woman balanco on tho edgo of ahorse car seat when by moving three inches sho might have comfort. Novcr to elbow n woman out of tho way, bo sho old, joung, rich or poor. If anxiouj to go ahead, sny "please." To answer letters. To keep appointments. And last and most enduring resolution of nil, to wear no hats at tho theatre. New York Graphic. Horticulturists nro positively tieged for handsome ted of exotic and native plants to lw worked in with embroidered flowers', or with divisional bands of screens, or to dock tho covers of card boxes, etc. For attachment a flno drilled holo for tho jtassago of the needlo passes through their axis. Among choice knlckknacks for boudoir and similar use aro small cabinets with masking doors insido'of doors subtleties of craftsmanship with interior arrangemenU concealed, tho whole of accurate and refined execution. A picturesque card case consUU of an 0vu glided net, with tho model of n (Ishurmau in compo holding up ono end. Tho net would seem to bo sutliciently capacious for any of tho loaders of society. A lantern of tin, octagonal In form and I jeweled, shows tha dial of a clock ou ono of its sides. Suspended in a darkened corner and with tho face of tho clock shining in tho hazo of tho colored roundlets It presents a. Half dozen sets of elegantly decora te4 cup nnd saucers, in satin cushioned case, nro now comiiced of threo patterns. For various dishes on stands, such as tureens a d sauce holders thick, Hut beveled edges and sunken centers have been introduced. As a roccptaclo for jowelry or other articles of beauty and value is a nest of four cablnoU set in frame of beautifully carved tortoise shell, each In ft different stylo of lacquer work and ornameuUd with rock crystal cut in fantastic forms. White l'lidorwrnr Going Out. Tho following notion droi nro furnished mo by a lady: WhUo many a Frenchwoman o bourgeois class goes to marof tho ket herself in order to savo ft for sous on tho price of her comestibles, sho U often regardless of th expense of her white petticoats. The white petticoat U rather a cortly article, becauso it must always bo spotlessly clean. A French lady, and above all a Parlslenno, would oi'Eoon think of wearing ono soiled as sho would think of being seen with ft holo ia her stocking or with boot down at heel. In such matters tho French aro essentially particular, and in this respect they set an to many woalthy and wel drasxl daughters of Albion and of America, who, oven when In Paris, are not always irreproachably gloved and booted. To return to the white petticoat, it has held its ground in France, while in somo other countries it has of late years tcen almost driven from general use. Yet even in this matter of the white petticoat fashion is forbidding French ladies to bo henceforth too conservative. They aro told that, at any rato during tho coming winter, they nro to wear colored skirts, except for full ovcnlng dresa mid for toilettes do vllle. In short, underlincn generally is undergoing tnodill-cation- s, and night drevsca of colored cambric reflect tho tasto of many foremost womon of fashion. Nay, more, pure whlto U no longer exclusively uvd for baby toilets. Itooou well-to-dlo OBce on Laneaater street, next door to Inxa-aio- a Office honrs from 8 to 12 .. JooRNAbofflce. m, and 1 to 0 r. at. Anesthetics administered whao ooreaaary. llSMyr. Till: TIlOItOUCnillRKI) bow to rrow them, where the Inl HKCO. PLANTS, nnd IIUI.IH Hila liook mallol ran be procured, with prices free on rrorlpt of KHeim. and thn 10 ctuu may Inter fniin Ihe tint onlrr tent us. 1 rrf r ruled In a ginlen. or wlio ilealrea rood, freali sce'ls. lioutit hare Ibis work We rrfrr in the millions wh have usJ uurereds. Uuy only Vlik's Heeda at Iteil quarters. JAM KS VILK. MKKIWMAN, IlliMtrateU Ll.tof iwarly all Ihe TABLES grown, wltli illm-lliin- s ilrnlna nnd Tlimrr (.ullillr, nml orrr reatr ronbln i Cnlnrl I'liteOinndrril Inof V it lining lulratl ns, nml ncnrly IVj nzr i. ( 1'OcolitalnlnjrOar an Now FLORAL GUIDE I or 18S7 rtOWtM an Vtog nfrh H0L8TEINFRIESIANBULL nWUVOlH OF ADELINE. This fine Hull will stand tbo season now com. mencedat my stable on the Lancaster Pike, on half m'le from Htanfortl Court House, tp ll reaaon, wlMi Ihe prliileiro ol breeding tho row until the cow prove In calf. Money due when cow drat e rveil. Mi.)uls of Adeline's sire, Herbert, his aire Imported AolIo and Dam Imported bou.heru Utau- 1 Itorlimler, N. lV MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, ThiB Old - POWDE! Absolutely Pure. A Propr Interior Decoration. Marquis of Adlleno'a dam, Adeline, her sire Imorttl Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Fisher For furtbsr particular aa to pedigree see II.. Thtat powdmT(r varloi. mirrfl purity, AHD ;Moro economical K. If. II. strength and wholcnonioiiou. IU Proprietor This la a very flno young Hull from a celebratthan tha ordinary tindi,.and ran not ba sold Determined the.4 compctlton with the multitude of low .thon ed family ol milkers Including the cow l'.cho, the it Shall ba rieoond to no Country wolght alucior phoaphate powders. Boldonly In greatrat of hi r day; her owuer having rttusod la,-UCHotol in tbe State in its Fare, KorLliaKiMQ 1'owoRa for hur. cant. Appointment!, or Attsn- cattle hare taken the The Ilolateln-rrelsla- n IM Wall atrcot, New Yorlr lead aa the beat for Ihe family, and a cross with tion to Comfort of bhorlhorti products a tety tine animal. I the their Gueiti. will buy all the maU iiIim begotten by this TAYkiOIt, Hull at pile ca delvcred at weaning time. UaaaiagenlllbeeoBveyed ta aid from the li SUI.I.IUl. Of I.OOAN COUNTY. I a Candidate or the orate rrseor ckargs. Special accoasaodatlOBt 1S0U MJDIwrdy. ofduperlniendent of utdlc Inttructlon, lubjeot td Commercial Trarslera. The liar nlll to tba Democratic State Con rent Ion. alwaja ssppllsd wllh tke rholcsst treads of Llaaors aad Cigars. ol )! and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains itn High Reputation. it tt (. O II. K. go-j- f it. COMMERCIAL HOTEL! - BYJ.W. ADAMS, L.&N. -- McKINNEY, nirchl KY. Louisville & Nashville R. R. KENTUCKY THE OXI1T- GEITUL I hare lately tbli bote! anJ hare made many ImproTftuenta In It. a I iuUnd to kpep etrrTtlilnrf In ityle, and make only modcr.ito charges. Aa I bare bon on the road tor icreral yeara I know tbe wanti of trareltaf men. and I will make 1M-- 1 yr. It to their intereit to atop with me. flnt-claa- "JIlUC-GrHHH I B TlIROUailTUUNKLINB TO Till- Ituutc." Line Iletwren - Shortest and Quiokeat Eouto from Oea tral Kentnolcj to all Pointa North. East, West and 8outhwest, SOUTH & WEST TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! Till lato certify that Mr. Jacob Otttnhairatr co loogtr connectal with tbe Lincoln Land Co., that beta not authorized to contract lor tbe Company, or rtctlre money fur the urn, or to Incur any obligation In the name ot the Company, or In any way to art ortbaaame. WITH rst LEXIXGTOX A Kehedul In Effect "Ko. BOCTH-UoCM- CIXItXATl My U, IM. Pullman Palace Sleepers. r,uiMviifo Atliiuln, to llMlullI j, ijof rr-KbT-ir ,E Bun.; Dally Ki. Has MciuplilH, Lve. Covington pretty effect. O. Prulitnt New York, Urc. 11,1839. IllCU.lltl), AIoiilKuiucry, Llnccln Land Co, ISC. Xlobilc anil Xcw OrlenuH. Only one Llltle ICock, XV' - 8 10 a ml t 10 nn raimoutn ... 9 fO a m t Cynthlana.. ,10 5 am 10 linm Uptv I"arla ....; IHpa U pa S 4 LeiIngtoo 10 pmll 17 41 pm p bi 5 IS p tn 10 p m 6 Up a ' CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, chaoe to points la " Arr. OF LlzYCAMTUK, KY. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on tbe line of this road will receive It 0 ro io Jlffr i5ei"f "i" ?9 !"i "c . untailsrSB7pB BUnlora 00 pm t W. f stna pa 0) p IS T Lve, lUchmoud., Livingston " Nre..... CAPITAL . . 8135,00000 SJamJ. No. I ? I lopra 1 oo p m ..... Mo. II I !) No. t -- r0TB.baoD Lve. Livingston " I TbliJUnk aotUltaaccounta of IndlilJuali. nrmi special raU. sxaTDee Agtnls of this Company for rates, routs and corporation!. I la fadlltlM (or making coAc, or write llection, In all paria of the United Statta, are C. P. A TMOKE, O. V. A T. A and cutomera are at all tlmea granted Loutavllls, Ky they proper any reiaonablo accommodatlooa toaak. We ixt; to otTor our aorrlcna to the citizen ol neighboring countlra, without Hanking E facilities, and auura them that any buatneM tent ua ah all at all tlrae hare prompt an 1 faltbfi.l attention. Arr. lttchDood Lve. " Ls HeM. .....iu 4J s 11 am ra -- ' Lanraator Itowland., Arr. utcbraond Lva. Klchmond ... I 7 JO . 11 a !..... ... .,., . .. . .... i...-..".M..- l m II 00 a m pm ........ w ...U..... L,... S 4 ? 1831 R 1887 DrilECTOHSi J W. Country Gttiitleiiian, The txat ol the J. M. IIirUtl.KBOTilAU, JOEL J. WALKEP., LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, J03.8tMP)N, J. 8. JOHNSON, L.F. IIUBHLE, L01AN, T. It. AKNOI.D, U. O. MULLINS. ' S 10 Arr. Wlnhtr, Arr Paris .. a to Lve. Leilngton 3 JO Iva I'an " Cynthlaaa 3 39 " Falmouth 4 47 Arr. OovlngtoT 00 pro TOO ami 8 CO a m .... pm 'UPDI7UIU i 4) pm p ml 8 10 a ra 40 ,.... 17 p m p mjlO Ola in a II pm p m II 10 a m 8 M a u pa AGRICULTURAL WEEKLIES. 4i5 orncEitai J.M HtuniNBOrUAM.PIlE'jT LEWIS Y. LEAVELU J P. SANDIKEIt CAhlllEU, H. V. IIUDiON, TKLLEP.. The Country Gentleman la th Leading Journal ol American Agriculture. In aiaount and practical value of content. In extent aoj ability and style ofeorrwpondence. In nualltyof of publication, It occupies the Aiat rank. It Is believed to have no superior In cJUfr of the three chief divisions of HATMVII.LI: BKAMUII. ti'OlTU.HoCWD. Lve Covington... ppr rt . srrnro. at. Oallr Oallr Es. Hun, Cr. Han Territories To facilitate the operation of plastering r device has lately been invented, termed a plasterer's platform, which is set on Meters and may be elevated or lowered to wall or teiliog as the convenience oi the workman nosy require. Accompanying this arrang -merit is an improved two hand trowel and the platform is capable of extension in a horizontal as well m in a verticil direction Thus, by the combined use of the two, all jDtubersomft staging and tbe old time iod and short single handed trowel are iispenfed with. Tbe mortar U placed in an extensive trough, which is suspended on he platform at a point and in a manner ronveuient to workmen; tbe apparatus can Toadily be moved endwise from room to 30om, and the cost of laying on either plaster or bard finish is sid to be thus much seduced. jirom Farm Cropi and Frocenei, Horticulture & . Hvo Stock nnd Dairying, Fruit-Growin- Arr Prl...... Mllleriburg. " Lexington .. ' " CarIII.. " Johoaon " Maysvllle.. ....I 101 a 9 48 --I ....HO USau 8 49 in n Dally 7 a m IOC 4 33 pa Tuntnorliif While it slso Include sll minor department of rubOCTII.llOPIB. ral Interrat, such as tbe Poultry Yard, Ureenbouroaod Otspery, Veter-nar- y Itepllaa, Farm Queatlooa and Answers, fire- Lve Maytvllle... " Johnson side Iteaillng, Domestic Ixonomy and a aummarr of the bewsof the wevk. Ita market Ktporls are Lsriisie ........ II Mill. ..I....- I unusually complete, and much attention la pal ..iiiii.iruil to the prosict of the crop, a throwing light upArr nme... on one of the mot liuorUnt 'lueillona hen 10 " Islington to sell. It I literally Illustrated " Cjvlnton buy and when and Is tntendeil tb supply in a continually Increasing dcgiee and In tbe best ivnseof tbe term, a V ul 38pm Mam 7 40 pa Uo.'tl "No. A4 Dally Hoc 3 41 p bi 6 OS p m 1)0 pm pm Et. Sun, Ex. ........ ...... M a 8 J7 a m S 1 1 8 10a ml S 15 9 03 a m la it 7XtaiI2pato 7i8ats3SOpm 1 mjl2pts p 10600 p M pm pm a r, ilaiiilt, Cnllblalrj, Cornj miJ all oktu Lr.it! rwjulinj, J, aoJ posltlTtly cure CMw, or u t guaranteed togtre perfect allficlln,or ui refunded I'rlco 25 cents per box. h'oi mi ly Poniij A HeAlliter Bucklen's Arnica Sahe riivhtilSalve Id the wj.IU tor Out. Bruin Sores, .sU llueura, Keroi 5or. rlter, ChipeJ Llvt', AgrleuKiirul pj u, 1 BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment orjn.23)3 eHpiier, I in the Arkansaw legislature. Member White Oik Fork; "Mr. Speaker, you air, havp doubtless heard something con rerning the tariff. Sir, I am opposed to all Ixiniit of oppression, and I therefore move you, sir. that we abolish the tariff. Speaker -- "That power belong exclusively to Congre is." "And hasn't the State of Arkansas got anything to do with it"''' une. Itulei fur l'mully Pence. Wo may bo quite sure that our will is pmnecsibrr. As I arose to make a motion Lw crossed so for it, I trill withdraw my tariff motion and move likely to body In the housohas prepare nature Ever an evil you, sir, that we adjourn till 1 o'clock. as well as ourselves, and, therefore, wo aro JArkansaw Traveler. not to too much. To burn U10 different temper of each indi A Georgia newspaper (ays that it used to vidua! When any good luippens to any ono to 46 (Be belief among the people that if one at It. StoUt a house and finished it, he would not When iu'lined to givo an angry utwwer to live long; but if he left any part incomcount tn plete, ha would live until it was completed. If from sickne-vs- , pain or infirmity we feel when Gov. Wilson Lumkin irritubli) lo keep a very strict watch over Jtaiyatlrtt constructed the stone mansion on the hill ourelvw. To observe w hen others are so suffering averlooking the cemetery at Athens he left and drop a word of kindness and sympathy ne window unfinished and it so remaira suited to tlwlr wants. To watch for llttlo opportunities of pleastntil today. ing and to put little annoyances out of the Buffalo has a citizen who deals in second way To take a cheerful view of ovorythlng. iind gravestones. He buys old ones, era-In all little pleasures w hich muy occur to and engraves cew inecrip-ion- s put jflf last the letters Lots of people seem to To try for the nnswer that '"turnelh to order. watt to eell," be is reported ai saying, "and uwny wrath." When we have been pained by on unkind plenty of others are willing to buy wheu word or do.l to ask ourselves: "Havo I not get a good article cheip." Yiey oan often doiiij the muiio thing and Iwou ' Maxey, of Tex, was robbed -S- enator In con vxivitinu not to cxnltourvdici, but to bii , "' -- m forward. c a sleeping car of $330 to-da- Then fir, I am laboring under a misap orct u.u-keeolnj up cour ialngly luiposdul. may l atti llundrJicf tiOxluij cues ol KHdo; and LItit Oi u.iltlnt hafu l en curtl ! Electric bltlir Mflur fslM 3nJ l.piu tried In Tiin to don't tlilnk tbftre U no euro fir juii, hut trjr I'Arv trie I) ttorj. Therdli no iiirdliilno to mfr, opun and o erfect a Blood Purlder Kecuir Ulttri 111 cure Djipepila, r I)IrIau-- and all tho Kldneyi. Invaluable In .iCectlom of Stouiaru Sciatica, Scratches, Contracted ud Urer, and OTcrrotjiti all Urinary lltSctitlli s. LTambatrO Muscles, Sprains, ijirgo Bottles only SO cuU a iiottia at ivuuy a Rheumatism, Eruptions, Strains, MiAll.ter. Hoof All, Stitches, BOnui Screw StiifJolnts, Scalds, Excitement in Texas. Worms, Backache, Sting, On at eirlteucnt lias been cau ed In the Tktnl Swinnoy, Galls, ty of Parla, Texas, by tbe rcmirkatlo recorery of Bites, Saddls Galls, Sores, Mr. J. E. Corley, who waa v belplen be could not Bruises, Piles. Spavin turn in bed, or ralae bis head, ererybady aald he Bunions, Cracks. Corns, A trl.il hnfll wa i wlno if Pmititmritlnn nl lit Klng'a New Dlacorcry wai sent him. Finding re THIS GOOD OLD STAND-B- Y lief, he bought a large bittlo aid a box of Dr accomplishes for everybody exactly what IscloImcJ Klng'aNew Life Pllla, and by tie time ho b&l tor It. One ot the reasons for the great popularity of taken two boxea of Pllla nn J two bozea ol the Dla tbo Mustang Liniment la found Inlts universal corcry he waa welt and hail gained In tiesh tblr-tya- applicability Everybody needs such a meillclnc. Tbo Iiumbermau needs It In case of accident. pounds. Trial bottles ol tbla Great Disco? Tho Ilonaowlfe needs It for gencralfamtly uie. cry for Consumption freest Pennr A McVUalera The Cannier needs It for hi teams and tits men. Tho Mechanic need It always on hi work Use Groen Cough Ualaam fur cuuhi aul colU. bench. Piles 50c. For aale by MciUiberts A Stagj Tbe Miner nccda It In coso of emergency. ft lijlnj jjalu nul IVAaf Can Be Done ? thlnm cn Although the Ciuntry dentlcmnn bat greatly nlargel, the terms conllnuo as Lslow when paid strict y In all sure. One copy oneynr, fi four copies! 10 and an addlt 0c.1l copy fur thu year liro to tne souJcr ol theclub, 'len cop es u.and aldltlooal cpy one year Irtelo tboiendtrof tberlub ostaII newsutxarll'ers for 1857, paying In advance low, will receive the paprr weekly liom the ;, with receli t ol the remittance, to January 1. outchargi'. Pfin linen topi.. Iri-- i. Address LUIIlt.it Tl (.Kl.lt A hON, Piibllaho s. A'bsuy, New oi't 61 and 4 are dally between Islington and Cincinnati, other tvaiar arudatly except Sunday. Direct conn, ttlona are made at Winchester wits Chesapeake A Ohio lor Ml. Merlin, Ashland lluntfnglon, Charleston, W. X., and Kastern dt. lo. Fast Vnf Ko. 3 and 4 run via U'lnehtsUr Bolid Trains, with Pullman Bleeping Cara llwer Cincinnati and Itlchmoud, Va , aod Wlnchestei and Washington, 1, 0. Tbrouuh tickets aud baggaga checked to any destination reached by rallmad. For full tsrtlculara, tall on any agent of th company, or H K. ft, MOUSE, D.A.1EKLKV, (iin.PM. Agent, Trv. Paw. Agent, Covington, Kv Lextrntton Its NoTS.-TfaI- nsS ,vSr TUDSEMI-WEEKL- Y - ILCIIUNllNUlDN' ' UeneralnracM, Covlngteii, Ky. NEWPORT NEWS s DIm-ri- i -- MISSISSIPPI VALLET THE- , vmmm mo KculticltVrt yoa ROUTE KunI ICoiUc Washington, Philndolphla and Interior Journal BPANlCOItU, KT. Now York. AMD. Tho only line running I'UIiLMAN Mjr SMJKI'INd CAK lx W. P. WALTON. Is publlslud Pro'r A SOLID THAIN yaosi Louisville, Oincinnati & Lminston, to Washington Oitj, St. every How Is jour llcxd? Fi.r ule Iit MclUilxrt Ufe Crtcn'j JJMiT'irtln A HIhii: at SI Oreen'a Electric Oil cures all ache and puins, For sale by McRoberts A btagg at SOc. 50c, Green's Golden Halm, sure cure for Catarrh at Mcltoberts d 6tagg's. 31 m i1 When liaby wad sick, wo gare hot CaUna Wbon ahe was a Child, she cried f.ir Cutoru, When all e becamo HUs, she clnnj to Catori Wbou she h.l Chlldron, sho gare them Cuiton Thnl'artncr nocda It In ht liouie, his stable, and ht stock yard. The Steamboat mnu or tho I! oat mini need It In liberal supply afloat nud aahore. need It- -It li hi beat TUo Ilorao-fnnclfriend and safest reliance. The Mtoclt. grower need It- -It wilt aare lilm thousands of dollars and a world ot trouble. Tbo Hallronil man needs It nnd will need It so long as his life Is a round of accident and danger. TUo IlncUwoodamnn needs It. Tbcrolsnoth-Ingllk- e It as an antldoto for tho dangers to Ufa, limb and comfort which surround tho pioneer. Tuo Mcrchnut needs It about bis store among hi employees. Accidents will hapien, and when these come tbe lutang Liniment Is wonted atonce. KecpniJuttlolatlio House. Tlstbo boater er Tho l'loncer It. Tuely and V'rlday at tbe low price of Paot Trains for Now Connoollng In the same depot with two Dor-i.AK- i'i;jc vi;ak. aro3S -- OK aLL CLASSE- Noatly nnd Olioaply Exooutod. X.BK V lork: 1- Tbo Direct Koute to Lynchburg. Dsovllle, Norfolk and all Virginia hnd North Carolina Poluts. For tickets and further apply your nearest ticket offlce or Information, W. Moa address W. roe, Uenerul Agent, Lexington, Ky. 2d VIco York. President. (Jeu'i riuUvllle, Kr. iMI, Ag't aVVfViAt, fJTJUCI Olrl co EOl. () DKN'I i:y. tv sdwlnui.irn . - economy. 8'rA0ItIl Bonth slda use In case ot accident saves palu anil loss of Keep.nltottlo In the l'nctory. Keep 11 use Mlien vranli'd. the Myors UoNl. wage. PuroMttioas Oxide llottlv Alvrayoln tbo ntnblu for required. Itslmmedlate Matn HtrtJl, dsor-lo- rt 4 aj tiiur .i. "(hilditalrr'a rriiTi.ha! . Uk,a lH...111 , ft"i.i . .. v. n,t 141 r ... f.ffM. Mt... IME PAPER. ( hlfhrlrr4hrHileal rZ. 3I3 sln4l..inuiiro,lailadakliaa, huM hr lteusKl.1. v rrj wh.Tr. Ill k nr '1'tl.u. Itr tiiiill.r," ww "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." Till. 4rlKiiin ami onlj f.'i!.i.ir.!!,l.l'.'-:.Jl-"- ' . a PENNYROYAL PILLS - Jfwnrtlile.ilwlutlsrs , 1. "''"'' for 1 . i a lVuiijril il.L. A I'l - T.keaovlbT le by Dr. BOUUNE, Slsnford