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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887021101 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. Semt 0 Weekli! 1ntefio VOL. XIV. a. e & ,. -- sr mrfturt NO. 202. HS-Im- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1887. Ml VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. nd then nml there Marie and I feloniously of sceptical men among the employes in the LUMBER. plotted to practically oke the unsuspecting hop, who aro posted on Ingersoll's arguI haro tarsals all dimensions ol seasoned yelJ. W. Bruwn and wife went to Louislow poplar framing material. Contractors or grumbler M 102 Hhacklewell Lino. We ments and give their christian fellows ville Wednesday to see Booth. to bay will find It to their Interest to call on ins. jp. EI It, had Imlf suspected that unreasoning preju-dicno end of annoyance by puttlmx questions . Marshal Proctor is at Wildie to day HUnlonl, Ky, rubUHheiX XiirlfliflHil FrMuv wan largely at the bottom of the "wln- - simply unanswerable, from the orthodox (Wednesday) looking up the regulators. Alargely attended ter of and determined to standpoint. Thine have NOTICE TO CREDITORS OAHII. test it.ourHodiscontent," the "drink" nicely the meetings and many of them are deeply wild-ci- tBill Tnomaeon killed a very Isre rea Mario had in the Henderson cave Tuesday. OF THE -prepared and Hnnouncsd it as coffeo, nearer Interested. Several cases of conversion are COMPANY Marshal Newland, of yotfr place, was understood If we credit IhatSLM will be LINCOLN LAND COMPANY. the real B!ue Grass model than any we had reported among them. And the "good here WedntBday. Misi Cieo Williams is and demanded. M yet tried, tihe wanted individual, honest onoi" are jiced lobs able to give an an vlsitiug Crab Orcfcard. All persons harlnz debt against tho Lincoln opinion nbout it, and poured each a steam- swer to objections, that before eosmed hopeVI W. P. WALTON- Mize Gatllff who was dangerously cut JAaA Company are requested to present them to J W, Aicorn at nnomco in BUnfonl, Kt. ing cup, to try, I shall always remember less. Of coutfe this Is very encouraging. in a row near Wildie, is getting better and O. fj.iiivn,titn, developed elands a show to recover. Is thin thoconnolseur air of our happy seven, as Very littlo opposition HMt. President. we alppcJ and smacked llpi and looked as among the christian people, and we are O. Mr. D X Williams Informs us that le WU. AYRES. JAS. Q. 01VJCSS, if trying tsfjleclde the vintage of Boiao rare hopaful tint none will make its appearsnee has resigned tho position of S. & G, and notary TuMIe. EL8E and delicate wine. Then came a seriatim to hinder the bles6ed work. Some have has a gauger's rod for sale. QOD 18 IS LOVE And NOTHING V It was nearer the bean anointed for healing, Altogether, the and unanimous vote that i The public well on the N. W. corner of & genuine Kentucky ihvor than anything McComb outlook is very bright. Praise courthouse iquarr, that hae not been used I'M XiOHI. I? It A. 1HI3 Jo-syet tasted. It was pronounced "pure cof- theLOKD! All quite well. Ever in for ten years, is to bo cleaned out and a Geo. O. Barnes. 311 Fifth Street, fee" at last. I think uinui, who prides new pump placed therein. McComu City, Miw.. Feb. 3, 18S7. Central. herself on knowing "cenuine" coffee when mud-hol- e Illinois - - ICY. G, W. Baker was thrown into a DsAn iNTEiuoii.-T- be LINCOLN COUNTY . HUSTONVILLE, by a vicious mule Tuesday. No damafter le&Tlng Jackson, soon run into the she drinks it; and Dr, Stoddard, whose taste Rooms 3 and S, Cromte Block. February is still asserting its right to pinui retinora, or was aleo a highly "cultivated" one, were pine blt-t- he age was done although he was buried in act irrespective of the goose bone, the vati- the mud and had three of his pockets "ETery aack guaranteed to glre sattfictloatro. v.Uaw TarletT furnililrK the invaluable inoflt disgusted when the conspirators "let Bargain. of tho almanac, or the indications building material which, ome think, will the cat out of ihe big." However, the f- cination turned rrrongsido out. of tho signal service. I offer lor sals printely In Stanford, Ky., a rery SITUATION WANTED Cask Baroaiks, Granulated sugar, 14 in the future enrich Mississippi a much an inale was this: We stuck to that chlckory l desirable residence with doren romi nnd Twelve barrels labelled "apple bran- pounds for sugar 1C pounds for ?1; the coal anil Iron dUcomle In Alabama. abomination till we left London. It wasn't $l;C of water at tho door; stable, smoke house, Bra tint grade cert!- It was dy" lay serenely at the railroad station on best prints 0 cents per yard, other grades fleate rourgli ltdr, ho toholds a Music, either as Ac. About an acre of ground In the lot. For In ome of the deeper railroad cut en route ccflee, except In very feeb'e part, but teach and competent terms, Ac, apply to Ii. G. A IjVOItD, Tuesday. Those who claim an advanced or teacher. Addnes to thii place, we noticed a very remarkable so adroitly doctored by our Philistine In proportion. I want to make room for eorcrnoM JoUexal, Stanford, Ky.T. M. W., care 1C3- agent for J. It. Allord. iKTKBtoa culture ecowlrd indignantly on theee mule spring goods and must have money to buy and unique thing. There were three die neighbors across the channel, that we realmemorial of happier dayp; while other?, WATT COCHRAX. them with. All persons owing me on ac WOOD WALLACE, tlnct strata of toil. Oa lop for isareral fet, ly liked it; and when we discovered it was quite as sincere, perhaps, plaintively sang a chocolate, aandy loam; next a white clay; not unwhole'ome, we continued to patron count or notes must come and eetttle. L. the ditty, "Joys that we've tasted," etc. COCHRAN, tf B. Adams. and beneath Ihl n rery bright red ditto In Barber A Co., whose (liming advertise MT. VERNON, KY. The mind disposed to moraliza could find In place the ralna ha 1 worn thla comblna tnent, I will warrant, I to this day attrac Dr. J. A. Hauser, claiming to repre GENTS' FUKXISIIEKS, Street food for reflection in either view of the sent some medical institute in Indiana, who in Bishop's Gate n This old and Hotel la ttlll maintion to miniature peaks, ratine, precipice'; ting puners-btaining 1U fine reputation. Chargo reasonable. 613, 4th Street, identical In ehape with their momter breth- Within, with the confident announcement subject. had been at Brodhead a couple of weeks, Special attention to the trarellng public. Mrs. Dr. Bailoy, from Todd county, is "Delicious French collet; a luxury unren, the Himalaya and Ande, (or Amit )n came to this place on Friday last and advr. It - - spending the winter with her mother, Mrs Mt. Vernon, Ky. .t.i.r.l.irh?l. but verr ureltr wim the known in England." vertised a lecture on phrenology at the We have been In McComb a week now, Lucas. Misses Ida, Lizzie and Blanche Court-housblended difference In coloring He had a fair audience the equipment and eipre and it ha been one of the most delightful Twidwell went to Cincinnati to hear Booth. first night, a much smaller one the next The SmI-cU! have laid W. II. Smith and John Logan visited Cin- and the third night empty benches were peed ou the main line of the I C. were In week of our live. Our cousin on themselves out to make us happy and have cinnati on business Tuesday. Misi Helen his only listeners. Ic the mean time the marked contract with the leliurely creep So many baring responded to my warning issuis here assisting and the "branch" we left at Jackson; and we all succeeded to a charm. They live in a Thurmond, of Danville, people here heard that be was connected ed sometime ago, ettort so many others appear to be making such an to discharge their taxes. I Dr. eojoyod the well known exhilaration of the handsome house, prettily furnished, and re her sister, temporarily, in her school. with the unfortunate affair that occurred at bare concluded to extend tbe time lor adrertlsing r, Brown has iust received from Kiv. J. E. Sth day ot February this, the rattling pace that travelers love, whether plete with every comfort a truest could ask The Photographer, Brodhead wherein a man and wife were LandsIsuntil pMltlrely tho last extensiou that I can Triplelt, now of Alabama, an exquisitely separated. for the pleaurable excitement of going fist for; all crowned with LOVK'8 warmest welThis Incensed them to such an possibly nrike. X. HESEFEE, J.SherltT Lincoln County. neat and tasteful recognition of professioncome. Bles them! which I a dlitinct sensation, an where extent that a note was sent to the Dr. at bis 10e-t- This i a curious little city of 1,500. al seryices rendered to the parson' family. hotel that it would be best for his welfare gratlBcitlon of feeling that the ewift-e- r or the without charge.) reTolntlon of the wheel tringi the jour Everything ha it own peculiar character- (Which were of course town as toon as a train to get away from whole affair constitutes a pleasant epiney to a epeedier ending; or both combioed, istic and the unique feature of McComb is The arrived. Ho took the hint, promising to sode and creditable to both parties. I need not attempt to analtzs. The 87 that It belongs to the Illinois Central railMade return. It i not expected that he will be I am dally opening an elegant line of Fall MillinEntertained an angel unaware: A back. ery, Including all mllee to McCjmb were quickly run down road. It was originally founded by a genname it few mornings since Mr. Brard, from Tuesday evening while James MeKen-zl- e Hugh boarded the train 10 or 12 mile be- tleman of large fortune, who The Latest Novelties of the Season. arrived here in search of a dedestination; Ileber bears, who bought up some 1,000 acre of and Cal. Owens were returning from a fore we retched our is that Beard a short Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars a hunt they eat down by the roadside to walled for u at the station, and Cjuain pine forest in this healthy locality; incorpo- faulter. The story and Cuffs. Kuchtng, Corsats, Bustles, etc. You to a tramp' of May at the hoipltable mansion where the rated the Mississippi Valley Company, se- time since gave employment rest. McKenzIe had bis gun lying acron will find me at the rooms lately Tacated by Smi a. warren, next aoor to me Myers House, 15 year of age, who gave his name his lap and was putting on a fresh cap when ley tbtee Jive. It open door took u In and cured the location of the I. O. railway about KATE VVDDKUAIt. enfolding welcome, and In a shop and round-housa number of a Barclay. Oj the night in question Bar- the hammer slipped from his grasp, firing built doted with an Concert Grand, clay and a negro were left to lit np with a the gun and its entire load of shot struck MACK BRUCrs tenement house of shape, siiea and styles few momenta a happy party were dUcua Parlor Grand, lag the mot delicloui of supper, along to meet the want of all cU'ses of setlltr. tick man of the family. About midnight Owens in the hip, cutting away most of Baby Grand, erected churches the negro fell asleep and Barclay gathered the upper portion of the bone, the charge Buggy & Implement House. with the numbtrleu topic of Interest that started a gieateaw-mlll- , Upright Grand, put up a fine hotel ol a couple of watches and a hone and left the goiog on into his body and he is now lying many year of separation had accumulated. and school-hous- e, Square Grand. heard the result of the very low with but faint hopes of surviving. A cup of Kentucky coffee, brewed from an large capacity, invited residents and when premise. Have not I hare now We are opening the most carefully selected, th and flanked everything wu preparing to get under chase. Old Government Java" nut and beat stock of Thla is the third time Owens has been accipartridge, with all the weigh, died, u other men with great plana dentally shot, having received a charge A Full Lino of Whoat Drills and Blair and Blair's BUI, by dainty broiled PIANOS AND ORGANS othor Agricultural Implements, The Blair Elucatiou bill ha been refer- from a gun in the hands of a man who was appropriate appurtenance, beat the regal unfinished to often do. But as of poeU, so Erer brought to tbis city. Erery Instrument Is baked ia a cities; they are red to the House Committee on Rules. Mr. repairing it, but a short distance from "four and twenty black-bi- rd Besides a the pride of an artist and prices range from 10 to "Vtwcifurrumy!," 25 percent, lower tnan other dealers ask for the Carlisle, Mr. Randall, and Mr. Morrison where he was shot Tuesday, and at another pti," I think. I don't wiia to be enual, same gooas. rersons oi musical and art culture but I am human, and I can't, in aimpte jui-tlc- e, And "bst laid plan gang aft aglee" in constitute a majority of that committee. time he received a pistol ehot. It's but a fall Line ot Baggies and Wagons are inrlted to an Inspection of the beautiful, refined tone and artist designs ol these celebuilding them. It all ended in the pur-cha- e They should sit firmly and fixedly upon hundred yards from this point where Andy loa thU opportunity for remarking brated Instruments: by the railway of tho whole thing for this preposterous measure. U a that a good cup of Kentucky coflre Baker was accidentally ehot and killed a Always on hand. In connection with my Im- The World-renownKimbc, tbo Fa . plement business, I will alio carry a "luxury unknown," in It perfection. ele a mere nominal sum; and now they own the It is regrettab'e and even an alarming few years ago and but a few yards from the moas Decker & Son, the Popular ia chittly indemocrat should be found to fa- point where Owens' brother was nearly where. A a traveler, not wholly uuobierv-an- t, greater part of the city, which fact that Complete Stock of Lumber, and tbo Reliable New England and withal, reasonably impartial, I tie habited by the employe of the railway vor such a bill. The Senate of the United crushed to death by the cars. Fifty yards Both rough and dressed. Prices on ererythlog as rianos, sawinz and States acts like a congress of Socialists in down the track a deaf and dumb man was Blue shops and an immems the blue rlbbn fjr coffee on the Low as any one. Graa housekeoper. Tho berry I not grown planing mill. The house are scattered over its passion for extending the functions of killed by a freight train some years since. The Oelebrated Olough and Warren and to be the general government; and too many dem Four hundred yards from that point James I solicit a share of youripatronsge. Bespectfnlly, in that section, I am aware, but the bever-ag- e, a large area, and everybody seems the John Church & Oo. Organs. comfortably fixed, and as happy as people ocrats fnrzet their principle and follow Bethuram was killed seyen years ago and that glre It character, I. And I I. H. ItRUCE. Please communicate with us for catalogues, term generally get In tbis world of trouble. By where the republicans lead. think C could tell where my hole cum it is but a short distance from that place nd prices. H. It. X L. J. COOK, Special Ae'ts. ljed, if you will give a clause in the city charter, liquor shops democrats on the House Committee where young Burton met his death in 1 S 7 . The from, with eye binds ! Stanford, Ky. are forever excluJe J. This one item makes on Kules can not do better than to rule Within half a mile of that point four men Or ROSE K. RICHARD, atsip of her coffee. ini a big difference. It is belter than prohibReferences: Fenny, Mrs. E. M. CarpenA. It. this job out. Tho Hon. Honry W. Blai were hanged in 1877. Wo are not very ' Tbl fragrant uhject recall a little mem M. Moore and James Beat-leThou sbalt ko practiced. That rare- costs the country enough already without superstitious, but it seemB to us that that Christmas Uoods. to ItOVItXE'S for all tby ter, J. M. Philips, J.Msggle ory of London, when we finl went there, ition, at commonly Stanford; Mrs. Holmes. Crab Orchas squandering 70 or 80 millions more in acltouon: lljurne has Just recelred direct from ard; Gen. W. J. Landram and Miss Lizzie Huffimmediate vlctniny is very unlucky and New York City tho ulcest and cheapest lot erer man, Lancaster, Ky, anloneof the very few practical Iokek I ly prohibits, after the "Infernal lufl," Moody and 5m Jnncj, not to say others, cordance with hi crank idea?. It is imfrom the unusual number oi casualties brought to this neck of tbe woods, ever got of. detestiuj theuias I do in both Thou shalt bur tbe medicines from Bourne. of leaser note, cII it, hn ones found foot possible to urderstand why democrats happening thereabouts it looks strange intheory and practice: Iteasou: llourne's goods aro pure. Tby life Is too ralusble to bj sjcrlncel because of Inert rem Oar whole p wty bain dainty critic from hold. Rjt when a town starts oti on the should be willing to aid that dull pated deed. edles. the Llue Grass uttered a chorti of protoat right foot by forbidding in its charter the sentimentalist in his efforts to gtjt the Uol-teIt is generally supposed that when a Thou shall marry soon, rery soon. tbis n bard Reason: The cocse bone marketh States into bankruptcy. person is whipped by the ku klux or reg- winter, and Bourne's toilet articles will make agiinit London coffee. John Hull -- our entrance of the put, there eeemi to be a dost beautiful aboio thy lellows. hidden power in the fact; in J all the difler brother Kphralm i a great If the surplus werej fivo hundred mil- ulators for an oflanse, that the parties so theede Ire to marry, thou oort desire(It thouemlod OHIO & MISSISSIPPI ll. to be not hi coflee I execrable. 1 think he takes enco baWn a reformsd drunkard and a lions a yeu, there would still be uo justifi treated would desist from repeating the of- because of tnygobeauty. and fishing. bat Bourne has hunting Thou shall -- to cation for the approptiatlon of a single cent fense, but it eeerus that Bale Prewitt, at tbe materials. to let became M.tntMh wouldn't have It man who has nByer nesded reformation The direct through line and old established routs Thou sbalt haro a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, whom a dram is no temptation. from by (jngrcas for the promotion of education Wildie, will never take heed and prcfit by Tlolln strings, tamps, lrauies, pictures, mirrors, "at any price;" a we naturally, anil Oar loving ooutim hve taken ua on two in the several States. And If the surplus past experience, but muBt move in the same warranted Jewelry. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis coffee, becausa J. B once pre'er Bourco has theij and the finest lot of candles and all points in the West. tried to make ut drink the Chinese article expelitlous throujli the noble pine forests wero one thousand millions, this mock phi- path for which he has been flogged for on erf r brought to Stanford. Tnou stialt keep lu mind that Bourne Is tbe Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisrllle to St. Louis. girdle m in every diwtion. Toe lanthropist from New Hampshire would more than one occasion. The trouble with And then amiable trihei hayo been true to that clererest man (except It. Cox) aod the best man Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to St. Louts. thlr i rlnclplft, with a consistency onlr charm of a drird through theie grind old dey'ne enough extravagant schemes to cre- Bale la be has been running a doggery in to deal withred, violets Mm, "Ilovs Only tOhotim from Louisrllle and Cincinnati known to the deceu UnU of "Oar Father woods is all it own. Oienaver weariei at ate as larce a deficiency. Wildie for about two years and often hts Shakespeare. Bourne's Is the place for you. to t, Louis. clem In fact, the half ol bis glories and uno goods N. Y- - rows and general disorder in his establish Sit on Bhlrandslt on his bill. Abrruru " Bj that as it may, we couldn't looking nt the noble trunkt risin; bsTo not been told thee. Tho Only Lino by which you oan stemmed for s huadrai feet, without biiigh, Sun. tnent, thereby annoying and disturbing his endure British coffie We ransacked tho got a Through Slooping Car -marke', we tried ail me difl'irenl sort put crowned with the feathery tip of puresi The Crematorial Association of Philadel- neighbor?; and his wife, too, it is said, ia Kfi W?t v jam systm IT117! & ft i From Clnclnatl to3t. Louis. ,H. Aud to breithe up in paper, and a a last reort,botightlhe green and grica uo'qn phia U preparing to build the largest and not what she should be, often appearing on the perpetual odor of the raslnoui balm, Is costliest crenntory chapel in the world. It the street under the influence of whisky raw berry, roasted" It ourselves and tried to Rr AM., tbe only line running Valuable Heal Estate and Store TPho O OO IVT through irom Louisrllle X iXK3 But the such refreshment to the humia lungi that will have a front of 0G feet, a depth of 105 and racing old Ciin generally. Saturday gel it up a ther do in Kenttnky Booms. aod Cincinnati tofit. Louis, all other routes being why people will per-siAs Executor ot Lewis Y. rhlllps, dee'd, I etler inado up of a combination of small roads, thing, for some unexplained reason, would it Is a growing wonder fee'; tha distance will ba 90 feet to the top nicht the regulators paid Bale their fourth for sale, on easy tonus, the following real estate in In musing their pior invalids in cloie work ou foreign roil. Wiiulher we had the material will be granite, visit. By some means he managed to and near tbe growing town ol Lancaster, Garrard Tbo Ohio A. Mississippi Railway runs Palatial uot of tho ilomo, when 12 Sleeping Cara on night trains; Luxuriant Pargotten into a frame of discontent that noth- roai, in a traanarom climate, preied red brick and terra cotta, and the make his escape by a back door. The vis- county,Brick more-rooon Public Square ol said lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day CoachOne room. the foggy c'i hours bT nil will brlaj them to such a cost will be? 10,000. as a es on all trains. ing would please, or whether itors paid their respects to Mrs. Prewitt town, now used One frame Htorerooiu on tbe Public Square, now Direct and closo connections are made In UNION ordozjns of others like it, mother-in-lain the usual manner by used as a limlly grocery room. mate had gotten into the raw miterial and aplacaaj this, DEPOTS with dlTsrglng lines by thoO. d M. feeling well and A little BtQilo girl was not would ba a fresh s on Richmond Street, near PubRailway, thus arofdlng troblesome transby some cunning chemicallty had robbed It where every inhalation a sound (logging. Bale in bis flight failed licTwo Square, one now used as a Millinery Store, the fers by other routes. lease on life. And what aUonlahu me and her pirenls suggested that she might to remember a seven strand barbed wire other as an Indertaking establishment. With of It aroma, I am not prepared to decide; , chicken-poxthen prev. this block will be sold II desired a lot cf ground The Ohio A Mississippi Railway is the only llnj and I were walking together moat is that even better effects follow in ba about to have between Louisrllle, Cincinnati and St. Louis Marie but fence not far from his door and he ran adjoining. under one management, running ail tta in winter. All tny ideis have lent. She went to bed laughing at the headlong One farm with house and otlier nrcesiry into it and made rags of his down ' Bishop' Gate St. Within," an those summer than trains through solid and In consequence. the Uxlngton Turnpike, 3 miles morning went into her been upset about the Southern climate, idea, but early next is recognised First-ClaRoute wires troni l. c caster, ot'137 acres. blessed old fogies still continue, with life so those Cities. looking very serious, and clothes and got mixed up with the acres, 3' miles from Lancaster, One Earm ot HO of their their tor- since coming here, 1 thought to ba this parents' room, Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for abort, to name a section and had to he released by friends after the near tbe Lexington l'lke, unlmprored, with house lull particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars far Sjuth in aummar waa synonymous with said: "Yes, it I chicken pjx, papa; I committee had led. It will be remembered and necessary outbid dings. tuous old town, of about 100 yard extent One farm, unlmproTid, 3 miles from Lancaster, or any desired information, or write to t id gt- - found a fedder in the bed." advertise-rnen- t malarious fovers, bilious disorders ROBT. H. FORMA!) of 73 acres. we were attracted by a flaming that pn a former occasion when the regula- Ky.,on the n Lexington Turnpike Gilbert's Creek, Trar. Pass. Ag't O. i. M. R'y, Somerset, Ky. of 2S acres ou And also JOHN F. BARNARD, W.B.8HATTUC, in a grocer' window to this eflacl: nm omnt; aim that clue acclimatization The Lovk That's Dear A Bister's tors visited Bale he made bis escape by about 4 miles tract Lancaster. from Gen. Pass. Ag't, Pres. and Gen'l Man'gr, As "Dillclocs French Coffee, a luxury un- alone could make it possible for one to stay lnn U hlchl? orizjd. br those who have crawling into an old sugar hogshead, in a am executor, I desire tosell all tbis property. Cincinnati, O. deeds to It, I euiimwertJ by the will to make 4 known In Eoglaod." Here was the solution here in anything like comfortable lieiltb. that bleising, wbile lhat of another fellow's vacant lot, which rolled down a little hill A fine chacce Is now ott'eied so those desiring A mother's with him after the visitors had given up homes or Inrestments, address mx Attorney, H. T. We questioned the And to Gnd a place like M:Cmb, only 100 sis is not at all dlstreising. of ou: difficulties. For lull particulars north of New Orleans, free from mi love, so very dear, is praised In song and the search. Possibly ho is prepared for Nol, Lancaster, Ky . or the undersigned athtan- of the cheap mil ahopman a to the reason WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, .T. HI. I'll I Iili'tt. f,.l k Executor. preparation laria ami healthy all the year around, was, sonnets, but the "dearest" love of all to me any emergency and may crawl up the 200 Am, ness of blH unapproachable St. stove pipe when the band calls again STANFORD, KY. w We knew that he could cot affjrd a indeed, a eurpriae, reecramtinl is ray wife's -- new love ot a bonnet Tourllastlitte: rtmtlr We have eery icej (is it not ntrange?) In Paul HerahL known touit.tC?a4rrti,xi pure article at the price named, with exist rorrila n. lilcct. through Grty's WALTON BEOS. - - Proprietors. A tunnel is proposed '1 TO a IATS. W'clme loll eontliir. ing revenue taxation on the imported berry. the Presbyterian church; and a lovely little FGc.raalt.4 an ul Mr. tnlln c?ety The now State Dapartment at Washing' : Peak, one of the Kicky Mountains, sixty ouMBiriouri. hiigittauUtfitf.B. He knew it too, Hnd didn't deny the "so't place It is, quite filling the eye, arcblcturand cost $3,000,000. The miles west of Denver. It i 14.441 'ett Alcott X LUL, Uri.oltrttit largely adulter! ally, aid moderately roomf. Ills simply i ton has 150 rooms impsdcbm snt" that it ItTKlCidUllCj. and paper more than any other city in the lUiKa.K. V. Sir of Stage, 29x50. Eight c imulete eeU ot Seen. jammed every night, with such earnest lis- new War Department has 17!t rooms for ted wita ctiickory and perhaps oilier ClGclnnitl,! try. Seating capacity, ln;ludlog gullory, The now building has 412 world, three times as many as London ami minls-e- r cch; $2,500,000. to Ohio. EotlbDrujjii:.. o frank that we teners, tint it is an incretiin rates to ood attractions. 'tubv.anue'. He w tUc nearly twice aa many as New York. ri.. l.OO. Is the usual number windows. to' them. There ator.ee bought a pound tin of the stuff; l'BHANNUM, I' &1 CREAM GEORGE BARNES fr hi TUB u, ii LEXINGTON.KY. f AYRES GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LOUISVILLE, For Sale (13S-ly,) lonR-leaTf- d ata porch-Wel- WALLACES, N3EWCOMB HO'JTEF, y LOUISVILLE, 190-2- KY. E3-6- rrnrivn ri. TAXES FOR 1886 B. H. FOX, Danville, Frames - - bow-ere- MIIiMIVEKY. Ky. to Order. Brad-fordivill- e, l62-2- PIANOS! bl, 1! eultl-Tile- d, ed ett 112-l- FIVE COMMANDS post-offic- e. y, 138-l- d O. & M. N J. 1 s' ls Store-room- ss en jy tJak"ap nwPTa . J SWrtlRB- - rs-,-- EA. 1V8vi6anvy3bSi:W. sd CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. at Lock Two million feet of saw-lowere swept away by Haven, Pennsylvania, -- William H. Travis haa sold his farm Look out for a Valentino next Monday, the breaking of a boom, 2 miles west of town to Rev. A. B. Uel- - everybody. The Investigation of the White River vin. Mr. Mat Holman has been the proud February 11, 1887 Junction disaster shows 85 persons to have Stanford, Kj., Mrs. Richel Herrin, mother of Mr. father of a little girl since the 4th. been on the wrecked train, 30 of whom Georgo Mr. D flight Hardin has succeeded Mr. Herrin, this placo is a very sick were wounded, 32 of whom were killed Lou Pettua as clerk In Mr. J. W. James' woman. W. P. WALTON. and 17 of whom returned home. This ac Judge Robert Boyd, W. B. Cilching store. counts for all, The public school house, which has and G. D. Jackson have returned from A party of hunters near Wanaw, Ind., NOJES OF CURRENT EVENTS, been lying idle all winter, has been taken Washington. found the dead body of Perry Dunham in Mrs. Tifhny and her two little daugh- for a court-room- . The bill to regulate the counting of the front of his house, while inside were his ters Rev J, Q. Montgomery delivered an returned Tuesday from a protracted U now vote for President and dead child, with her throat cut from ear to stay In Louisville. a law. txceiient sermon laat uunuay night, on Nick Clark, of Nelson county, in a ear, and his wife, still alive, but insensible John C. Jackson has sold to Mr. Cbas, Sunday Schools, to a large audience. quarrel with his brother, Monroe Clark, from her wounds. The whole affair is a Duber, tailor, 13 acres of land on the cem It is Mr. Bob Lind who has rented a mystery. shot and killed him. part of the corner hotel. Through misDetective Hulligan, of Cleveland, who etery hill for $20 per acre. Edwin Baoth plajed Hamlet to a Mrs. Mary Williams, wife of our bar- take we gave his name wrong last week. with Captain Hoehne, was attacked on a at Macauley'a Theatre, Louis- 8o the "Cicero of the Mountains" has ber, is rapidly sinking with that dreadful railroad train by a gang of desperadoes, ville, Tuesday night. , lonely life and taken to who retcued the burglar McMunn, died malady, consumption. Her days on earth grown tired of his Bunyan'a Pilgrim a' Progresa has just himself a help meet. Here' the top of tho can be but few. from bis wounds Tuesday morning. Cipt. been translated into Japanese. It is now Your scribe has been on the sick list morning to them. Hoebne is improving rapidly. Pitt Smith read in 61 languages. The following Mtlng lorth kudo of When you call at Mr. Sim Hardin's as one of the for several days, which, he trust, will exis under arrest at Columbus ..theguwl tbingitrril by "V. J. Miles, a Louisville blacksmith, plain why his always dry letters are drier store ask for those delicious strawberry premurderers. hiB invented a knife that whittles steel as serves that Miss Pauline Hardin has placThe Kentucky delegation in Congress this week than usual. easily as the ordinary knife cuts soft wood. The Btreet running east from Main, be- ed upon the top shelf. met again Wednesday and tried to agree The supreme court of Louisiana haa Mr. Robert Collier has rented a farm the State to recom- tween Robinson's jewelry establishment and Sunday closing law constitu-tiona- l. upon Borne citizen of declared the the Thompson Hotel, is still known as from Mr. Mc Holmes and gone to housemend to the President for one of the It will be enforced in New Of keeping. His pretty wife is now deep In cieited by the Interstate Jockey alley; eh, Judge? GltOOEIt, leans. Mrs. E. S. Posey is visiting relatives the mysteries of that department. The vote resulted: Gen. A story cornea of a South Carolina negro Commerce bill. here. She is just from Pineville, where Mr. Livingston, the new manager of MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. who has just heard of the emancipation of Williams, 4; W. C 0ens, 4; Got. Knott, Captain Posey is at work in the engineer the Lincoln Land Company, has fitted up and who served until last week as Judge Smith, of Richmond; Judge Willis his race Reeves, of Todd county, and Judge Andy ing department of the Cumberland Valley for himself an office in the corner room on My No. 1 and o. 2 JtatVrrel In good a slave. the lower floor of the corner hotel. railroad. palls are low, ronildrrlna- - the price of fiih. B'inett, of Louisville, 1 esch. Mrs. Shields, of Natchez, Mia., daugh11 farmer Harris is not the next govMr. George Lee James happened to MyMapU Strap ii as near pure as ran be The President's vetoes of individual ter of Randolph Tucker, of Virginia, was found anynhcrr. ernor of Kentucky, the cold weather Hag quite a painful accident several days ago, thrown from a horse and seriously injured, pension bills are innumerable, and general- should ba hoieted, nolens volens. Indicatlean lay that I hare (lit ?try belt He fell from a barn loft to the ground floor ly wise, but one veto of such a bill as the itttetlon or Canned (ioodi. Tu etday. ions: It will be a mighty cold day when and sprained his ankle so that he is unable Mr Vrtttrrtt aid Jams are put op by the brit John C. Leighton, for nineteen years ' Dependent Pension Bill" will be worth the farmer statesman gets left. to walk without crutcbe. patkenofthcio artlclri. twenty thousand such documents as he has clerk of the Municipal Court of Boston, is 1 Jf lre thoionho Mies Sara E. Randall, Mrs. Lizzie Harhare brtn troubled with Madame Rumor slyly whispers that a defaulter, the figures being placed as high recently been sending to the House. The din badl.ardto try mine. I am rrllllaa- to tale Catching and Miss Addie Cochrane are ere long one of our young ladies will conowes it to the country to democratic party batkeury pouud that dotin't aire the moit as $200,000. attending the convention of the Woman's tract a partnership with the entire atlifacllon. The body of John Keeth, Green coun- put a stop to this wholesale pillage, and Christian Temperance Union at Stanford. I hare Mnm, Saty and JlUd Dram, Hominy, operator at Livingston. We should up in a blanket in if in the House democrats have failed to ty, was discovered wrept Oat Heal, Shrtddrd Oati, Macaroni, I'lfklfi D Mrs. Catching will visit friends at Crab Or- like to know if this Is true. the carcass of a horse. It is supposed he perform their eworn duties the President's Hull, Hoary and many other tlilnai which I The Misses Ward will please accept responsibility is all the greater. Pension chard beforo returning. can not mention htr- -f try artlclo was murdered. Some 25 or 30 raftsmen, who had been our regrets for our inability to accept the An eruption of eloquence in the Minne legislation is disgricing the country and it I offer several Conl Vmti and niy bslow with timber, parsed back to their invitation to the "big dining" at theirhomc eota Legislature was suddenly ended by the is degrading the faithful soldier into a disitoclcofCoal Buoketint Coit. homes in the upper mountain counties on last Sunday and thus losing the opportunidiscovery that the building was about to honored beggar. The veteran in gray is at T.R.WALTON. ty to partake of the delicious dainties they least no biggar. He has no put in all this Wednesday. They report the loss at fall in on the orator. Mara Hardin, late of Monttrrilo, Clrk. several rafts and exclaim with one are so well skilled in preparing. The Dennison Paper Company, near plunder and asks none. There is an honor accord, "Damn the Bjaltyville dam n!" Although onr locality is called Portland, Maine, has suspended. Liabili- in poverty bravely borne which all these Your readers here were surprised anil healthy, there Is a great deal of pension bills can not confer. We would ties $440,000. The company alleges a like to Bay that the country expects the pained to learn that G. W. Edwards had elcknris here now. Mr. Will Buchanan is strike as the cause of the trouble. fallen, and it is hatd for them to convince under the weather with a spell of fevei The House having yoted down a bill President to veto such measures: but we themselves that there Is not some mistake Mrs. Lina Saunders, Mrs. Annie O'Bryan, to expect anything of the to allow its membara clerk at the expense see no reason about the matter. Mr. Edwards lived here Misses Jennie Payne and Fannie Redd. inof the Government, the House Appropria- kind. He approved a bill last year to crease certain pensions; he has recently for a year or so at ons time and during the a little boy of Mr. Harve Collier and old tions Cmmittee haa omitted the appropriawhole of hia stay conducted himself aj a Mr. Bundren are all confined to their beds tion for the Senators' private secretaries. signed a Mexican "service" pension bill with severe attacks of pneumonia. is quite probable he will sign the perfect christian gentleman. The Senate will probably proceed at once and it Prof. Patton, your Mt. Vernon corresMiss Leila Douglas, of Danyille, Is "Dependent" Bill, which will be followed by to put itself on a war footing. pondent's mathematician, the guest of Miwes Kittle Douglas and meeting of the tobacco growers of another nervice bill, pensioning every soldier At a struck our town Tuesday. His coat, if any Lettie Carson. Miss Battle Higglns, from Ballard and McCracken county, resolu- who served ninety days in the late war. The President has an opportunity to serve odds, is sleeker still, and with all his figger Greenwood, who haa been visiting here, tions were adopted relative to the restricin' propensities, he has never struck that has returned home. Mr. Bto Farrls, from tion of this year's crop, and a call waa is- hia party and his country by the exercise of short and narrow way to soap and water, Junction City, paid a short visit to friends sued for a general meeting, composed of his veto power. The occasion demands hay aa a perfume is to him here this week. Mr. Eb Higgins has gone and new-morepresentatives of all the tobacco growing courage of a certain kind, firmness as disfrom mere obstinacy, and an aa "a book sealed and a fountain shut up." to Lancaster to clerk in Mr. Peacock's Fadu-ca- h tinguished counties of the State, to be held at -- Col. R. L. Eell and young Will drug etore. Mr. John Haldeman, of LouisIndependence which rises above an ambion the first Monday in March. We believe that a Black left Monday for Frankfort to place ville, was a guest at the C. O. Springs thia A desperate battle was fought near De tion for a second term. the ktter's case before General Pickett on week. Mias Bettle DaBorde, from StanKalb, Texas, by four members of a family veto of the Dependent Pension Bill would 332 AVENUE, in the end prove to be the highest political the ruling revoking his certificate by Par- ford, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Tom named White on one side and Col. John E. ker. Hon. James D. Black, of Barbour-vill- Carson, of Cincinnati, haa been shaking d Boeser, his eon and a hired wisdom. If the President is strong enough uncle to the boy, and one of the hands with old friends in town. man on the other, resulting in the killing to resist "pressure," this is the time to brightest young men in Kentucky, will arCourier-Journa- l. show it. of three of the Whites and Col. Roaser, G W. Edwards and son, who were tried gue the case before the Superintendent of and the wounding of the boy. A dispute before Judge EJmlston last Saturday for DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Public Instruction. Pickett should have encouraging and persuading the little boss over a piece of land was the causa. Mr. Johnson Rogers, of Woodford, a a photo if he per any chance does his duty about town to steal money and provisions P.S.-FI- NE band For some time a GOODS candidate for Auditor, was in town this in this matter. and deal out the same with them, were of thievei have been robbing stores and week. , -- J. A. Craft, W. M., of McKee committing minor depredations in South H. L. Simons left to day for Williams- Lodge, 144, F. & A. M., left Tuesday morn- each held in $100 bond and given a week to Somerset. Tuesday last they broke into burg. While here he held several "young ing with Masters James raise the amount. They were placed unand Cjnn Wren, Hatch & Epperson's store, carrying away men's meetings." der guard but last Monday night both esfor Louisville, where he will place them in dry goods, etc. The Cumberland The rumor about a decision of Judge charge of the Masonic Widows' and Or caped and have not been heard of since. Store was broken into also and several Russell closing the saloons at Harrodsburg phnns' Home, for a thorough education. After the bar rooms all closed out here Doalor In- articles stolen. Marshal Hughes has been last Saturday turned out to be a beautiful They were escorted to the railway station these same two concocted a drink called on their trail ever since. Yesterday a lewd romance and nothing more. You can get to the by the Lodge in full regalia, to the martial Queen's Taste Bitters and sold it woman, commonly known as "Flatwheel," your drinks there the same as usual. young boys, This proved to be only mean strains of the "London brass bind, and the peached on the gang, implicating two neTwo colored children, aged respectivetread of soma two or three hundred feet. whiskv mixed with n few roots and the groes and a white man. Hughes captured ly Bix and eeven, became enraged at each The boys are exceptionally bright and their town officers forbade the sale of it. They one of the negroes yesterday evening and other this morning at the residence of friends are glad Indeed to have this oppor- then fixed upon this latter detestable plan Courier Robirt White, six miles south of here. baa gone in search of the others, tunity for advancement placed in their of making money, but were soon found out Journal. and their abominable echeme quickly The older of the two chokedlhe younger to way. The executive committee of the Central death. brought to an end. Had this establishTraffic Association held an important meet A meeting of Central Lodge, No. S, I. IN MEMORIAM. ment remained in existence much longer Lexington Roller, IIMb' Cream Flour. The very best Canned Goods, ing at Cleveland for the purpose of decid- 0. 0. F., will be held Friday night for the Fresh Candies, Oranges, Bananas always on hand, Fnll stock The subject of this sketch, Lewis V. Pail-lip- there is no tellin; to what depths of degraing whether the organizition should con- Initiation of eight candidates. Grand Mas-ti- r of fresh goods in every department was born in Amherst county, Va on dation the little boys might have been tinue its existence under the new interstate R. G. Elliott,and others, Lexington, will tempted. W. M. WATEE8, 8alosman. June 21, 1800, died at Lancaster, Ky., Dec. be present; also delegations from Stanford, commerce regulations prescribed by Con 11.1881. He was brought to this Sta'e A Wife's Ruse, passed recom Lancaster and Ilnrodaburg. A pleasant Resolutions ere gress. when three years of age and was raised in mending that the association be continued, and profitable meeting is anticipated. 1 Garrard county, He was married in 1823 Here'ri a little story heard 'totber night Mr. Tom Dorham,of Dayton, Ohio, is that the Uff be accepted and interpreted in who was going off to Indiana Burnside, who with three eons, at dinner: A gentleman conformity with the explanttion of Sanator here on a brief visit. Col. J. W. Guest is to Russia on business desired bis wife to Madison, Isaac and Lewis, and four daughCallom in the debits on the bill, and that in Mobile, Ala., on a brief visit to his ters, Mrs, S. R. Cook, Mrs. John Simpson, place her picture in his trunk. "You the organizition co operate with the com- daughter, Mrs. H. P. Vass. Rev. H. M, Mrs. Nathan Thompson and Mrs, Charles know, dear," said he, "I never travel withmissioners in securing, as far as possible, Linney went to Chattanooga Wednesday. Grimes, survive him, He, like many oth- out your photo, and Marc Gamblnard has the benefits of the law and the fiithful ob- Somebody said he was going there to reers, lost his iton "John" in the late war. rendered you to the very life." servance of all its provisions. main and make a fortune in the real es"You old humbug, I don't believe you Also one of his daughters, Mrs. Hutchison Speaker Carlisle refused to recognize tate business. Miss Effie Cropper, of Chipreceded him to the grave. Commencing eyer look at it. You only say this to please any membsr of the House to move a cago, arrived Wednesday and is the guest life a poor farmer's boy, he by Industry and me for the moment," replied the better of the rales for the purpose of of Mrs. Mark Wakefield at Giltner'a Hotel. peraeverence accumulated a comfortable half, who had her suspicions. passing a bill abolishing the Internal Rev- Mews. Henry Hamilton and F. M, George, "Thai's unkind, dearest. Before I go to fortune, raised his Urge family in respecta enue taxes on tobacco. The Speaker in his of Versailles, are in town looking out for bility and has left them a noble example to Bleep I always take a long, lingering look letter to those members asking such recog- Southern horses. Mrs. II. E, Samuel is follow. At the age of 25 he joined the at you, klsa it and then go of! into the land nition reminds them that they have ignor- visiting the families of her brothers, Dr. I. Christian Church and has ever been an of dreams with you in my eye, aa one may ed or refused every proposition for co oper- S. Warren and Mr. Sam Warren, at Somerearnest christian. Hia was a sunny dispo- eay." ation with the tariff reformers for reducing set. Hon. G. N. Robinson, a prominent The little morocco case was placed in the sition, although three score and ten and Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement taxes and adds, to the point, that he consid- member of the Shelbyyille bar, was in tottering trunk as usual. When the "hubby" re- tha. on the verge of the grave he was U.HU.U . uinfto i, uiuuu moro popular man it nas ever been, it would not be proper, under the cir- town Monday and Tuesday on legal busi- aa er! turned and Bhe unpacked his things she jollv and full of fun as a young man. Don't buy a pump until you see the BUCKET ELEVATOR andtfor.'cut- cumstance, for him "to agree to a course of ness, Hon. Wm, Bsrkele, of Garrard Had always a pleasant word for all, He asked: ting boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST action which would present for the consid- county, waa in town Tuesday. "Did you look at my picture while you was a kind husband, an indulgent father RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES. &e. Mr. Eli Crow, father of Morton Crow, eration of the House a Bimple proposition were away?" and those who knew him best loved him line 0f Hardwaro- - Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement for the repeal of the Internal Revenue tax of this place, who recently died in Jessa"Every night. It was my supremest com- in&fto Bneral Flue.til wife we exmost. To the broken-hearton tobacco, snuff and cigars, to the exclu- mine, was a remarkable man in many res W. n. McKINNEY. ) tend our eincerest sympathy. Ba comfort- fort." Hiloamcn. AUCIUaT WEIUINOER. pects. He waa nearly 98 years old and sion of all other measures for the reduc"I don't belieye you." ed. He has only gone a few days before never was eerlously 111 until through extion of taxation." 'Ah" with a well simulated sigh and with the dear children will give you a 1 Henry George, the crank who believes posure he contracted pneumonia, which joyful welcome home. To the children, we that is unkind." that there should b3 no ownership in land, ciused his death. He was born in Mary- entreat them to emulate hia virtue; follow Whereupon the wife opened tho case and also champions free whiskey. In a speech land in 1789; came to Bourbon county, this ehowed him that she had taken the picture in his footiteps; heed his kind teachings, as in New York Sunday he said. He declared State, when a small boy; married first in a voice from heaven, You have the con- - out before she had placed the case in the it impossible to prohibit the sale of liquor, Bourbon county in 1811; by his first wife he eolation that he haa"fought the good fight." trunk just to "bowl him out." But he was and that no such law can be enforced, and had 14 children; she died in 1834; in 183G He waa ready and willing to go to bis Mas- in a degree equal to the occasion. He redeclared his belief in the abolishing of all he married again and by the second mar ter. marked: "I saw the picture had been tamriage had three children. At bis death a lawB and restrictions upon the liquor trafElder Yancey preached the funeral dis- pered with, my lore, but I used to kiss the few weeks ago he left 11 living children course at the Christian church in Lancaster case because you had been there.' fic. He declared the tax laws on liquor inAmerjurious to the publio conscience, and aa from 45 to 70 years old; GO grandchildren, and a large concourse of relatives and friend" ican Register. and one great-grea- t, Liquor could be 10 leading to adulteration. followed the remains to the Lancaster cemThe value of leaf tobacco crop in the used as well as abused. High taxes on the grandchild. He never lost a tooth in his etery. "Blessed are the pure in heart, for c making of liquor promoted adulteration, life and never UBed spectacles or felt the they shall see God." Alice Parrish. United States has varied from $39,000,000 to $44,000,000 per year during the past and did not lessen drinking one iota, "With need of them. He used tobacco moderateThe Western National Bank was or- six years, The heavy production of the all taxes nbolishsd liquor wouid be exceed- ly since he was a boy and took a toddy lower grades of tobacco leaf are discouragingly cheap. It would pay nobody to put whenever he felt like it, although he never ganized at New York Wednesday, Secretagreat sttmulus to the made a habit of drinking and cared nothing ry Manning being elected president and ing further pwductlon because of the low up bin palaces, and a about It, Treasurer Jordan prices realized. practice of treating would be gone. Si wi-SBee- Hg Inimorloumal i r"pl). T. R. WALTON, llj - life-tim- e tele-giap- flrst-clat- r Beat-tyville- short-metho- WALSH, THE TAILOE, FOIIilin e, J ,' fifteen-year-ol- LOUISVILLE, KY. d EXCLUSIVELY. E-q.- JOE F. WATERS -- Heavy & Fancy Groceries, and Quecnsware, Etc. Glass- - 1 Main Street, - Stanford, Ky. OXjITVTSIR, r . PLOWS! T. EC. iiiogiivs ed 4 Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. WEAKEN, Stanford. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. t. B. K. s, A riRHT cr.AR8 bucK7 nme and n Jeraey cow nntl calf for bsIo. Mm, M, 13. I'rowltt. Stanford, Ky B. O. WALTON, - February 11, 1887 UuslnoBs MnnnRor. Ouit uprlnj; line of carpet oil carpel, Ac, are now open, Crati;. rURn, 25 contn a dozen; cent n tlor.sn; applei IS cents H Olttxaia bananas 30 a dcr.in, nt d LAN. Mall train going LOCAL TIME CARD. 8. Myers. A North. Express train" 1 a, . 2 12.1. V Norn The a joto calculated on standard time. Holar sail about 20 inlnuto taster) ' Boutn Kouth,.... r. u. in W18r. m. m 11 2 10 carpet iiout 200 yards of second-hangood condition for sale. Apply to 8, 8 Myers or B G. Alford. 1 'local NOTICES. Ha-kin- With tho pleas mt weather of the last few days and the trees budding out out we feel like spring is coming sure enough. Wi: have a nice now line of window shndes, of all colors. We will make them to order on application. Prices very low. B. K. Wearen. W.E. Vaiinon has returned from atrip to Jackson county, where-he- , with several other officers, succeeded in breaking up three distilleries. About GOO gallons of AUsler'N, beer were found in each one, which they A coMri.ETK stock of Jewelry, latent style. Itockfonl watches a specialty. Pen disposed of by pouring it out on the ground, ny A McA lister. A Cincinnati paper says that Eugene Zimmerman, President of tho Chesapeake Cal Kaht, of Garrard county, wa in and Nashville, arrived from New York town yesterday. and reports $2,000,000 additional raised for F.l.vtn Joseph 11 A 1.1,9 U left yesterday the road, work on which will be renewed for Kansas to visit his ion. and pushed with energy as soon as the Mns. J. II. BrENCiu, of Versailles, is winter breaks. . the client of Mrs, A 8. Paxton. Mejsiw. Faiii63 and Wei.leii, two emMuh tiuVAi)F. llr.xzi.KY hss returned ployes of the Louisville A Nashville from a month's Tl-- lt to the country. have leased the creamery building W, II. MoHoiiEitrj has gone to Mu s Hot Springs for sereral weeks to recuper- nnd will in a few days havo running a steam laundry. This Is a move in the ate. Mn. John II. Ciuio Iibh returned from right direction and we are euro it will an extended tour through the South for prove a succts. hia houso. A niSEAHK something like cholera has Mim Lhna Lackey has returned from killed nearly all tho cats in Casey countv a pleasant viit f her sifter, Mrs. Fields, and the people in the vicinity of Liberty nt Danville are being tormrntcd with rats. If they MlMHH Al'A AND MAMIE Kl.NO, of wish us wo will send them several car MoreUnd, are riicU of Misses Dora and loadj of good mousem and still havo a Minnie S rmili. plenty left for us. Kr.V It. IJ Mahonv has joined hi G M FAfLKNEit, Deputy I". 8. Marshal wife, who is vl'itliiK her pirents, Mr. and of the 11th district, stopped over here TuesPERSONAL, Grst-clas- g AsKjrour crocer loribe Cincinnati Co.'a crackers and cnkei. A Fine selection of ootnlcnnd sentimen tal valentines at Penny & McAlisterNt. W ATCitra and Jewelry repaired on shor notice and warranted by Penny & McAlla er. HuNTEiw, Attention. Loaded Cart-ridg- e, all aliM of shot, at Penny & Mo Mr. A H INsnny. P II Idol, of the Singer Sewing Machine Co., with headquarters at Danville, was here Wednesday. Mil and Mm W. T. Hoyalty, of Middleburg, were the guests of their dangh-ter- , Mrs. Spears Fisher. Cait. E. V. Lillaud and hia pretty wife, of Lancaster, passed through this week on their way to Louisville. Mrs. John S Coorcit, of Kansas City, passed up yesterday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles IteJd, at Crab Or- to Louisville, with William Harland, both residents of Madison county, where he takes them before the United States Court for illicit distilling. day night, en route John Bollinger and ,, - Adweate says, "Brother Walton must feel very happy over the action of his county in instructing for Bradley, the doughty Colonel." Yes, he left us Tuesday fully satisfied that but for his Hercule- The an sflorts the county might have instructed for John D. White, or some other crank. chard. Mu. L. F. Huddle, ol Lancaster, was here yesterday on his way to Birmingham, where he ha gone to purchase real estate. Mns. V. P. Walton accompanied her husband as far as Itichmond, Va where tbey will visit his sister, Mrs. I. N. Vaughan. Mn. (1. T. MA80N, formerly of Lancas ter, now with Carson, Pirie, Scott A Co., of Chicago, passed through Wednesday to visit his homefolks. Mil. KicitAHi) BunNrrr left yesterday for Birmingham and Anniston to see about the investment the syndicate, of which he is a member, made a few weeks ago. (Iroitor. 8. IIaiihipon, Esq , of the Cincinnati Hiking Co., wai here this week. In our bu lines cilurnn you will find his advertisement which might be of interest to you. Mehsiw. We were right in our prediction that Mr. Charleu Cuter and Misi Msggie Bright had eloped. They were married in Jefltr-sonvill- e Monday, The reason of their run ning off was that her parents thought them her young to marry. The bride is only 10, while the groom is yoirs of ago. 2-- Mu. J. B. Paxton, an estimable young lawyer of Stanford, it being urged to become a candidate for representative in Lincoln county. Mr. Paxton is a man of fine ability and character, whom the dem ocrats and prohibitionists can unite on with the assurance of triumphing oyer Bobbitt, Oar neighbor county has now a golden opportunity. Danville Advocate. W. Q Euison, of the wholesale liquor houe of W. Q Emison it Co., Lexington was here the first of tho week and showeJ us a sample of the looks used in Atlanta and several other prohibition citiei for the purple of carrying whisky in a sly way It was seemingly a handsome volume and bore the inscription of "Dickens' Works" on the back. By touching a spring in a well hidden place a pint bottle would itself, It was n splendid imitation and would help to set oil most any library. Perhaps we had better add thnt Mr. Emi son is not agent for it, but had just received it from a friend as a gift. dia-rlo.- o LAND, STOCK AND CROP I have moved my entire stock to the w? room lately occupied by the Commercial Adam Pence sold to EJ Carter 10 950 Hotel bar and am prepared to wait on any pound steers at $35. one wishing something to eat, H. T. HarFifty tons of hay ready baled, for sale, ris. John Bright, Stanford. It is rumored that Meesrs. W. P. Tnte Fon Sale Some nice clover hay for and Mack Huffman will in n short time cows. Apply toS. P. Stagg. open a furniture storo In tho Hayden storo-rooThomas Robinson sold to a Mercer next door to the First National county party 15 heifers at $1G. Bank, E. O. Montgomery sold to J. M. Moore W. II. Milleh sold to Mn, W. T. 10 head of cattle at 4) cents. Stone n lot in the Northeastern part of For Sale. A splendid milk cow and town containing an acre) and n half for a young calf, Terms reasonable. It E. $125. Mrs. Stone will build a nice resi- Harrow, Stanford. dence on it in the spring. T. C. Robinson nnd G. M. Givens old My Customers I would be glad if bought of William Kinney a To stallion, by Lyle's Wilkes, for $500. you would come in and make your selecWeathers & Shropshire, of Bourbon Pain-Cur- cr tion of my spring stock as early ns possiTho ever county, bought of W. B Cecil 200 scrub ble. My stock is of better selection this uro effects Times. cattle nt $3 year than ever before. H. C. Itupeiy. The New York average price of cattle f We bad intended to give a full and com- for 1880 was cent lower than for plete report of the Convention of the Wo- 1885 and probably the lowest yearly aver-ag- o men's Christian Temperance Union which for 25 year. convened here this week, but Mrs, Dr. Paris Court. Monday was a lively who very kindly agreed to repro court day, and a good crowd in town and sent the Inteihoii Journal had not finish- business was good indicating a bright outed her report whin we went to press last look in every department. In fact there night. However we will haye it in full was a general good feeling among ail class(Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) next issue. es. Mules were brisk nt fair figures. J. E Kern sold 7 to Henry Hally, of Payne's Now The other day Mr. J. E. Bruce bought two bushels of timothy reed and took it out depot, at $117; Monroe Leer sold 13 to GenCuba, to hie farm to sow it. He set it down in try Bros, at about $110; Wallace Shannon d About 300 to same for $105. the field and went to another near by to a cattle on the market, and half changed CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. burn eome brush and weeds that hsd accuhands at $1 10 to 4 40. Better feeling in mulated The fire soon got so large that IIF.AI) DOWN. iu:ai vv. Bourbon Nowb. Mr. Bruce could not control it and it went the horse market also. TltAINhOUTH. TKAIN8NOKT1I sweeping over the fields until it came to Not, I No. 8. so. 1. Mo. 6. P. T. No. 4, No.l. Ho8. R H Tomlmson, STATIONS. Dally Dallr. the one he had left the sack of timothy in. To the Editor of tho Interior Journal. Dally. Ex. Sun Dallr. Dally. rMj. Ex. Hun milr. Dally. Having been urgently solicited by leadAi soon as it hsd burcrd tbis field the fire 8 10p m 7 55am L'vc...ClneInriai 7 53 a ml 4 03p am 6 40 a ml 5 05pm .A'rv 6 42pm'10 4 80 pm 7 10 52 p In 10 5) a m died down nnd Mr. B. went to get his timo- ing democrats in Garrard county to In- 10 Mum1 7 05 a ml 4 25 a m 2 01 p m GoorRetown 1 20 p m II 30 a m 10 22 am, 7Mp 415pm 7 am 4 05a m 1 35 pm thy nnd sow it. Oa reaching the spot come a candidate to represent the county 10 43 am1 8 02p U4lp m 11 51 a m 3 53 p m C Nlcliolmvllle a m f3 33a in 101 pm I228pni where he had left it he found a pile of ashes in the Lower House of the next General 11 08 am 8 41p I2"s3"a ...I2 33 pm -- HarrodBliurg Junction.. 3 25 p m f5 am EG Dauvllla in 12 17 p in 312pm 5 a m 2 a m 1212 pm i .U A IU 8B9p 3 02 p m 5 rather than the seed. Mr. John Bright Assembly of Kentucky, I hereby announce 1133 am1 9 10p 12f3a li)i 2 42 pm a in 2 45a m 12 01 pm Junction CltT ..I 3 25 pm :. I. Kings Mountain . ... 10 42 am '... tells it that Mr. Bruce has a large lot of myself as a candidate for the nomination, 12 50 pm1 TinpniC. I 20 pm 2 27 a bomrrnHt 120am 9 30am 5 30 a lOOO n m 0 05 a ni 110 45 ami 30 am 3 53 p in Oakdale. .. timothy sown and thnt he wants to get nil subject to Jibe action of the democratio par C 15 pm 8 25 a 3 25 am ChatUri') f.x 7 10 pm1 1 30 am1 'l2 50aml ..... ... . Ulrnilnghnu that is in the country destroyed so ho can ty. It. H. Tomlinson. 5l0p iu loam ... 9 52p Eu'aw 0 20 am 911pm BOHin get a good price for his, It is a rather peMr. Tomlinson has for a number of 7 10 pml 12 30 a . 0 40 pm 3 15 am Merllian .., 10 40pml New Orleans.. 8 00pm 735a culiar way to do it, but he may succeed. years been Chairman of the Democratic a 00 a m1 11255 ami. He certainly has the get up to make a sue- Committee of Garrard county and as such ..... Meridian ... 235 am :::::::::::.. ::::::::: 7 30 am 7 31p m .....Vlckaburtf . . has spent both time nnd means to lead the ccssof anything he goes at. C 45 p ml., 8 15 a m z:z:k::::::z i 7 10 p m. -- T. P Junction 750 am party to victory. He is a prominent attor ft EL WW US. ney and deseives In be recognized by the No leaTM Oakdale dally , at 5 11 There are 1,190,000 colored Methodists party for whicj he has worked so faith leares 9Chattanooga at 3.00 r. except Sunday, OakJita A. tijt 49 Arriving at Cbattamoji at 9.15. No. S m., arrWIn? at r. u. at in the United States. Mann Boudoir Bullet Sle4plng Ctrs on all through trains. M. I). II. fully. Dr. E, O. Guerrant had 40 profeaiions JOHN C, OAUI.T, Oen'l Manager, II. TOLLBRAN, Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt 11. CAIlllOLU Uen'l SupU, Drunkenness, or Liquor Hahit.ean be Cured by U.K. HYAN, Ast. Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Agent. at his Thomaiville rerlval. W. W. WELLS, Buperlntendent. Soraenet, Ky. admimt terlng Dr. Haines' Oolden Specific There were 570 conversions at the vaOeneral Offices, Bt. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. It can be given In a cup of coffee or tea wlth-rious revivals in Louisville last week, the knowledge) of tho person taking It, a speedy and permanent cure, whether Itev. W. C. Barnes will soon pass his alcothe patient examination as deacon in the Episcopal holic wreck.is n moderate drinker or nn bate Thousands of drunkards C.-been made temperate men who have taken tho Church. (loldcn Specific their The Congregationaiists' reports show knowledge, and In their coffee without drinkbelle o they quit 4,000 ministers, 1 277 churches and 438,341 ing ot their own freow HI. No harmful effect results from Its administration. Cures guaranmembers. Additions last year 27,159. teed. Bend for circular and full particulars. Address In confidents Golden SrECiric Co., Rev. II. C. Morrison has arrived and is I&s Kace St.. Cincinnati, Ohio. preaching to large congregations at the Methodist church. He Is a very attractive flXH ADYKBTIHKHERTh. and forcible speaker and is eminently qual ified for the work in which he is engaged. Go and hear him. Winchester Democrat. II. K. TAYLOR, The series of meetings at the Baptist Or LOO AN COUNTY, la a Candidate or tbe office ofBuperlntndent of Public Instruction, aubject church has developed much interest. There to tbe Democratic Bute Convention. have been about 20 additions and the interest is unstated. The meetings will doubtless continue during tho week, if not longer. Rsv. P. T. Hale, who is assisting I bare S,tlV JIIjTj running on my place the pastor, is an eirneit and most impress near tbe toll gate on Bomcriet pike. Will do cui-to- m rawing and will always haro on band all ive speaker. Lebanon Standard. ii-STra- ri ". GtflftflFoil V 1,450-poun- I InimenI most wonderful known. Its the world has instantaneous. one-hal- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Bro-naug- h, Queen and Crescent Route. IN Shortest and Quickest Lino to South East, Texas, Orleans, Florida, South West. car-loa- I i i m . J. PLOWS! PLOWS!' PLOW!!! to-d- FOR SAIiK. 201-3- DEATHS. klndt of luuiocr, which I will sell at very reasonable 31. S. II A VGII.UA X. rat. Johnson Kooekj, of Wood-fjn- l, nnd James E SailUi, of Fleming, both candidate lor Auditor of State, were here yesterday. Etch one contends that he is the better suited nun for the place. Mn (1 comic II. Kino, of Crab Orchard, a patient of Dr. Carpenters, whom he sent down Sjutli for a lung disease, writes that he js greatly improved and that he has gained ten ound in the short time he hss been there The ladles who attended tho Women's Christian Temperance Union convention nt the Christian church this week were: Mrs C.W. Sweeney, Mrs. Bush, Mrs. G. W. Yancey, Mrs. Kinnaird, Mrs. L F, Hubble, Misses Flcecie Cook, Mary ltobinson, Jennie Duncan, Lancaster; Mrs. W. B, Catching, Miss Sara ittndall, Miss Addle Cochrane, London; Mrs. L. A. Nield, Eist Bernstadl; Mrs. Sue Hawkins, Miss Sue Hopper, Miss Severance and Miss Harrison, Lebanon; Mra L M. Dodge, Mrs. Kir-by- , Miss itollins, Glade Union. LuCAL MATTERS. Dr James II. Went, a prominent citizen of Madison, died Monday, Mrs, Joe Wright, wife of the proprie lor of the Junction City Marble Works, died Tuesday, aged SI The remains were taken to IMrksvilln fir interment. GARRARD COUNTT DEPARJMENT. FOR CASH ONLY I The poetofiico at Bright, this county, has been discontinued. BonN, to the wife of George MoAlister, on Wedneslny night, a fine boy. Ml - Farmers National Bank stock changed hands this week nt of $143 Twenty shares We have nn elegant line of new check jaconets, India linens, etc. Owsley & Craig. Fiunklin county has likewise instruct ed for Col. Bradley. They all do it. Hurrah for our Colonel! Will sell 7 bushel bar Coal always ou hand. rels of salt at Isaac Hamilton, Rowland. Salt and Coal. $150. Fon Sale. My bouse and lot situated near the engine House on the Crab Orchard pike at Rowland. Terms made known on " application. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. tit ' Walnut Loos Wanted. I will pay the highest market price in cash for walnut logs and lumber or will buy the timber in thn tree, Any one haying walnut to dispoto of and will notify me of the amount, quality and where located I will come and tee it. A, C. Sine. Lancaster. Mr. L. F. Hubble left for Birmingham, Alabama, Wednesday to make some real ! estate investments for himself and other HaviDg told my Farm, I will on parties. He will be absjnt three weeks. The interment of the remains of Mr, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 22, 1887, Jackman in our cemetery last Sunday was At my lata rcsUence. on the Stanford and Mill the first to take place there tbis year. This edgevllle Turnpike t7 miles Irom the former and 154 miles from the latter p. ace,) sell at public aucIt has been over two yeara and six speaks well for the health of our commu- tion all ot my personalty, consisting In part of months since we hare missed editing a sin- nity. e are requested to state that Rsv. S. 9) Head of Ewes with Lambs, 3 Southdown Bucks, some young Cattle. Cows, Calve. 1C gle issue of the Ikteiiioh Jouiwai. or C. Humphries, of Glasgow, will preach at Ac. Alio all my Farming I) ten hed of failed to assist in printing one, either for Us, Including 1 naw Wood Binder, has only cut the BaptiBt church here next Sunday morn over about 30 acres of ground. One Wood Mowsickness or absence. True we have been ing er, run two seasons, One Hay Press, hand powand evening, He will also preach at the er, oncBprlng Wagon, Plows. Ac, also Houseaway several times, but never longer than Fork Church on ths following Sunday. hold and Kitchen Furniture. Terms made known . two or three days next after the appear-auc- e on day of Bale. T. J. FOSTER. Miss Geoiuiie Mcoiie, of Bryantsville, of a paper. With the pormiseion of is visiting Miss Maggie Curry. Mr. W. A. CoiuiulHMioiier'H Sale ! our patrons we ore going to take a short Yantis, of Independence, Ky., is a guest of holiday now and give EJ a chance so that relativci here. Mr. George T. Mason, of he can demonstrate that he is as good an Chicago, arrived Wednesday evening on a editor as he ia a solicitor and businets visit to his anther. manager. We shall take in Richmond, Hou. W. A. Anderson announces him GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Va., Washington and perhaps New York, self a candidate for the Legislature in the during our absence and while at the Capi- Central Jones L. Adams, administrator and others Plaln- Journal, subject to the action of the tll!vs. Jones L, Adams' Heirs, Ac, Defendants. DEA.IiEK8 IN tal will give drover a few suggestions about democratic party. Mr. Anderson was elec- In Equity. Mnalcal Wall Paper, Wines, of Garrard Circuit Dragg, turning the rascals out and get a few offi- ted to the Legislature by the democrats two As Matter Commissioner lUNirucmtjuu, Court and persuant to a decree In said Court renuouhh, tUIienilcaiB, uniuur ces for our friends. jtui-hu- i jiKiirM, years ago and made a faithful and able rep dered In the above styled case at lta January Term Btiitiuiiury, Paints, 1887, I will on tbe Tobaccos, Cutlery, Soapa, . Oils, CoNfiDEn.uiLE excitement wai caused bj resentative. 1887. Ufachin Perfumery, Fire Arms, Lamps, Rev. II. L Simins writes from Newa street litil uelween Alex, Hniitu and bidpremises sell to the Needle. port to a friend in this place stating that On the credits ol six. twelve highest and best flort Hayden, two negrose, Wednetdav. and eighteen months der on In equal payments the land In tho pleadings menmorning. It seems that Smith had told he would like to come here next week and tioned, The Jones L. Adams farm In on Dlx river and on several persons that Hayden 'a daughter deliver several "chaise talks," if a house Garrard county,Lexington Turnpike the Danville, Itoad, about Nicholaavllle A had given birth to an illegitimate child can be secured in which to oonduct the ser- 8 miles from Lancaster and 5 miles from DanA. J. Illce J. B. lands while she was on a visit at Lexington, On vices. Rev. Simons talked chalk here for ville, adjoining tho known of as Johnson and others, hearing this Hayden started out to hunt Beveral weeks, about one year ago and his 0LIFPE HOME of ABOUT 510 ACRES 8mith. He found him on Main street near meeting seemed to do much good. Ot Oood Farming and Orating Land In a high state ol cultivation, well watered and well improvThe jury in the cae of tie Common the town pump nnd aoked him if tho re ed, with excellent resldenco and all the necessary port he had been circulating about his wealth against Joteph P. Turner for the outbuildings, barns, astable, orchard, tic, to Bald body or in parcels suit land will be sold in daughter was true. Smith said it was and unlawful shooting of Joshua Aldridge on purchasers. TKIIM; The purchaser will be required to exthe 25th of December last, returned a ver in a second he felt the weight ot a hoe ' PKALKM IN ecute bonds payable to the Master Commissioner per which Hayden had let drop on his head diet Wednesday evening fining Turner wlthsurety to beapnroved by htm. bearing 6 havcent. Interest from day of sale uutll paid and iettnei spoke a $250 for the offense. Mrs, J. B. Aldridge ing the force and ellectol a Judgment, and a lien Drugs, Books, Stationery and with a mlgnty craBU, hRfl brought suit against Turner claiming retatne-- l upon land for tho purchase money. word after this until they met about ten Fancy Articles. fiKO. ItKXXY, Master Commissioner. minutes afterward at the Commercial cor $10,000 damages for the shooting of her TPossessIonoffrm will be given as soon as Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. ner, when Smith drove a Urge t pocket husband. Also ' X1C The grand jury which adjourned last terms ot sale Is compiled wlth6U knife into Uayden'd back three times, tho week returned a report of the condition of N. B. At the una time and place the-- will also s of the last time leaving about bo sold the following property, to.wlt: A line young public buildings: ' They found the jail Jaik, four valuable brood marei.threo yearling colta blade, They were parted and Hayden was our Milch secure, out recommended some two or three Uood Work Mules, four No. 1 Farmtaken to his home in a very painful, but reriectiy Cows, threo high breed Poland China Hogs, The LaigeBt Stock of Watohes, Olooke, improvements on the roof and basement. ing Implements, including Sulky Plows, two not necessarily dangerous condition. Smith The late improvements on the Court-houeJewelry and Silverware Household and Hinders, (one new one) Ac, gave himself up to Marshal Newland were approved of nnd it was suggested that Kitchen Furniture, one Piano, Phxton and HarAMEIIICA ADA Mb. ness. Ever bought to this market Prices Low or than HKiSIKG ADAMS. but was not snt to jail as the oQenee is somo needed repairs on tho cupola be atthe Lowest. Watchea, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on iboit not! co and Warranted. (i)O-l- , FVU 2, SS7. d.) tended to. Lancaster. Ky., thought to be a light one. I will atll for ths next .70 Ji.lYS my entire stock of Clothing and Men's heavy boots AT COST, Brown Cotton 7 cents per yard; C Hut. bestflrecn Coffee lor Jl, 17 lbs beet N. O faugar lor tl, best Plaid Cottons, 8 cents per yard, and all other goods at rcducid prices ir. JTAJ1KS, 201.1m. Crab Orchard, Ky. We have much the largest stock and best as sortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. J. PUBLIC SAIiE Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground AVill find a NO. 5 CHAMPION, tho Plow of all Plows for such work, they arc almost indestructible. We have various kind of plows and at all kinds of prices. We can suit any one that will give our assortment an investigation. We have a few Sulky Plows we will sell at very low prices. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. iJl-td- M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, & STAGG, VALUABLE LAND. Stanford, Ky. FEBRUARY 24TH, Genuine O. Suits in Bulk at Wholesale and retail. PMliiyA. M' Vli PHARMACISTS, iff JEWELERS. sir two-third- rn e jf?ae3i ".3. c , -- , A CfmBfflfU p X Marvelous Engineering. wmmmaammmmttmnammiimmmcrmmmm- i- The Dearer and Rio Grand Is ceitaiulj' the mot remarkable piece of rtiIro.d en Rineering iu the world. Some roidn in the AndoH hare an steep n gtudo for a short di tnnce, bnt comiderini the extent there nothing remotely resembling it It rune along precipices where a gout would become dizzy, and penetrAte a ciuntrv eo rough and wild d to bo iimccMeible to men on The Marshall pa n and the horxeback Grand canyon astonish everv one who eeee tbem, but when the Tollec gorge ie reached all elae sinks into insignificance For aev-ermllei the road rune in a ebelf cat 'n the roct, the cliff ridng a thouMrui feet aboTe the euro, and (linking ab:tit the Fame diatar.ee below At one point the ImIo rounds a curve and plunge" uppirentlv into midair. The rock alone inward, and i wan impOiMible to cut a ohelf on which the track could be laid, bo iron anpporls were bolted to tie ace of the clifl and upon theae, as upon a bracket, the cars run. A stone can bo dropped bstween the car wheels for many hundred feet, and I never saw any one pa" thin place for the first time without a start or a Bhudder as the train apparently shot out from the cliff btraight into the depths below. But there never was an accident on this section of the road. Patriotic Southerntr. Major Scceah "If the South had bad only 30,000 more men at Gettysbure, the Confederacy would now be an established fact." Colonel Lordly ''I am glad the South didn't have 30,000 more men at Gettys- al bure." "Why, Colonel, I am surprised to hear you talk that way. Didn't you lo?e 2(K) slaves by the wai?" "No, three hundred " "And two plantation?" "Four plantations." "And you were imprisoned for a year on Johnson's Island?" "A year and a half " "And you are now a poor mat?" "lam a puiper." I "And your Lealth is broken?' "Don't expect to ire the year out." "And after all theee auQeringe you say you are glad that the Siutb didn't have 30- 000 more men at Gettysburg?" "I do. What do my suffering amount to when compared to those the.American people would bare to endure if 30.000 more magitine articles en the battle f Gettysburg are inflicted upon them?' What Prohibition has Dona for Atlanta. Bey. J. B. Hawthorne, D. D., sends the following to the Bdigious Herald: "I sup pose that sensible men are now satisfied Chat the people of this city made no mis take when they exterminated the. doggery curse. The paid liars who have published false reports of our condition have been exposed at last The effect of prohibition up on the morals of our people exceeds anything we had prophesied or iioped for Think of a city of more than 60,000 souls passing a whole day, and sometimes two days, without one arrest fir dtunrennen or any other offense azaiost the law The business of Atlanta is 2a per cent, better thin it has ever been before, and is rapidly in creasing every day. The bet clasi of pao pie are coming to ih from every quarter The hotels and boarding hjmea are crowl eland it is almoit impowble to find building of iny sort for rent. Vast amount' of money hive been sent here recently for inveitmint in reilfs ite nod in winufac toriee. CiartsM hive jmt bwo granted to three new railroads, which will be com pi ted within the next tvo vern. Verily it piys to do right." Rules From a Hew Grammar. Sjmebody has been Retting out a new grammar, which contains eeveral excellent cloth over tho framo to form tho sent, cover hori rules. Among them are the followdesirthis with enrpet, bound neatly, and if able j?ut a cushion on it. Strips of tin may-b- ing. nailed over weak places to strengthen Acoustics is always singular. them. I Imvo Just fixed up on old rocking Cut bias, and not cul on the bias. choir, of which tho woven seat and back Allow should not bo used for admit. wero all gone, so that It is both comfortable Come to see me, and not come and see nnd pleasant to look at. After putting In tho back and seat na nbovodosenbod, I mado ma. a cushion for both back nnd seat of corn Butated is not elegant &nd is very rarely husks,, then covered choir, framo and all, correct. with crctonno nnd put n pretty tidy on It. It stands in tho bay window and is admired Almost, with a negative, is ridiculous. by everybody that seos it. It costs only tho "Almost nothing" is absurd crctonno nnd tacks. Cor. New York TribThe burden of songs means the refrain of une. chorus, not its eenso of meaning. A Lire Not to Ho Kin led. Bountiful applies to persons, not to To bo a belle, with nil It implies, Is rsally arduous. It menus dovotion to everybody things, and has no reference to quality. nd everything except ono's self, with no Affable only nppliea when speaking of quiet moments; it means to llvo in tho glaro the manner of superior! to inferiors. of public life, to Imvo every notion noticed Methinks is formed by the impersonal and crlttclvd. No wonder the term "professional beauty" verb think, meaning seem, nnd tho active caino up in London! It Is a most difficult me; and it is literally rendered: It seems "profession" to follow, to bo always at ono's to me. best, never to obtrude private gtiefs or joys, Admire should no, ba followed with the to bo always unruflled. How fow who nro really beautiful aro infinitive Xever say, ai many do, "I capablo of being so professionally; iu other should admire to go with you," etc This words, of really making a business of it. And then tho constant dread of eclipse; error is elngularly fashionable juat now, newer nnd younger beauties aro coming "If you do not clear the rosd," stid one upon tho sccno ovcry day, and tho hoyday of an nttrnctivo woman is as short as tho llfo of traveler on the highway to another, "I'll Hartford Courant, a butterfly serve yon as did that fellow a short distance back." The frightenod man immediTroulilo with I'rofrsiloiint Xiirin. npt to liavo a will ately backed into the gutter, and when the Tho professed nurso is of her own, nnd in caso of sickness to sot other had pureed aeked him, a a favor, to even tho doctor at defiance. Columns might tell him what punishment he had inflicted bo filled with instances of thoir fails. Kor fellow a short distance back example, ono experienced uurso having on tho other learned from a loading accoucheur to anoint "W.hy," said he, "he wcnld not turn out tho now born babo boforo washing it, per- and o I had to." sisted to tho day of her death in greasing all This ie a quick way they recruit their arher nurslings from head to foot beforo their dally bath, insisting that tho practico was mies in Mexico: A Cjlonel, being short of necessary both for health and the beauty of their complexion. Another nurso could into, sent 50 troopers into a Sanora town, never bo jwrsuaded to warm tho water in and they ran down 30 or 40 citizmo, locked which sho washed tin baby. "No, marm," them up on a bogus charge cf drunkenness she would say, "I always washes children in had them sentenced to verve in the arwater fresh from tho hydrant; warm water ard y my one year. All Ibis took less than half makes thorn delicate," and she would glvo up a good placo rnthcr than a day. yiold the point. Cor. Baion Globe. Montevideo, the capital ol Uruguay, with e To Keep the Ilojs at Home. a population of 125,000, has 23 daily Seo to it that their homes compete with and would be 25,000 the sea level, public places in their attractiveness. Open feet long. If built, it would eave neatly your blinds by day, and light bright flrcfl by night. Illuminate your rooms. Hang 300 miles in the distance between St. Louis pictures upon tho walls. Put books and and Ban Francieco, and a shortening of the newspapers upon your tables. Havo music time of transit of over twelve hours. and entertaining games. Banish demons of dullness and apathy that have so long ruled WrltUn for the Ixtcuok Jolexii. in your household, and bring in mirth and tirjME. good cheer. Invent occupations for your sons. Stimulate their ambitions iu worthy A younj Jove cooei In a Tilet nest, directions. "While you mako homo their de'Mid the Tinea thitoraran old porch grtw, light fill them with higher purposes than Where the at morning lored to play, mere pleasure. Whether they shall pass s at craning mads bright And tba happy boyhood and enter upon manhood the dew. with refined toates and noble ambitions depends on you. Hi eyes like aatamn leaves were brown, moro comfoitablo to sit in thnn whenthoy wero new I nail straps of strong, coarso fixing up old clinlra and making them even y. jy JT .JT W T jpxj&ji:' f )jr.-- ' V II . im vws,..ij i. mm if m iSIS m lfssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssmaassm'EKliHJi' HHiffJsassHsK? lBMBti 'FLORAL GUIDE 'mmmr t..., .., Jir-- PasBssssssssssssssssssaaTy IPs POWDEI Absolutely Pure. A marvel ot purity, strength and wholeMmono. ;iloro economical than the ordinary kind, and can not ba sold cometlton with the multitude or low test .ehort weight alum or nboaphata powders. Soldonly la nans. Korr.BKixo I'orvpra O. KM Wall Street, New York Is A : Commercial Collegeof Ky.llnlYerslly.ir.'.v.v:. The Chtaptst and Btst Business College lis tha Werld. HlallNl IUnr .n.Ul.1,1 VirJ.U.'f .llmrT, illh.WnrlJ'a a',lMv.lOw.t,f H..tra. llwwl. KrrnUK nl tlrarral llu.lnru KdHealUn. hOltO tlrdWBle I lllnrA. lOTfMbrri mrl.;M, ortHtl ltulnr ('mr4N IClwIlncTulllan Mtttlonfrr . utli.trl, .boul too. nl 1clrcrnht, mltllln. Nstaoll.n. rlllc V.iWrr nw. Ilrilii(e fliiamnled Huor. Tor c rr lui .JJr... V. IU HM1TII. rr.il, Kr, Hhort-IUu.l.- loi aalaia, lo RMwn. P where the xM!il M Vn.'lVel l pMcumt. w"h I rlctsof encli ran of lOrenH. and the 10 cetiu may lil-.tSTtrtner ftoT.. Ms? nm onler a..t ih. sem, mnlen, or wtw ilelrr rwl, raiwl wUi ,h nul. Ilia" elntaworl,. We refer, taW in ilMrillnlK nlkl lie Sltr V I an-- l lui and Klo.rr IMIturf. l.ll of ncatir all the 0;"S'd sHii "flrrflloiishow " titl v.,v ; 112?"."."? lidtnlmlA nt It nV'J 1HH7 ,t. Erron rru .,uaJt.r. iil JAM IM 'll'H. 8BHIWMAN, Vkk. rkbi at lltl C3--TJ-IsT- -S (2,00 Ul'.V, ' DttUBLE " 5.00 SIXULK llltKKtll LOIDCII. i.00 ' D0III1LU ' ' 10.00 Prices on other good In proportion. MXnLVIUltltrLMIOT MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Illustrated Catalogue and Irlce List sent Free. Woll - Known J.C.BANDLE&SON.eSW: This Old and Maintains iU Hotol Still PARKER. SMITH & OTHER GUNS GVXH JUMEO TO SHOOT CLONK. High Hoputation, AKD Thlst powder never varies. SALESMEN WANTED Iti it Shall be deoond to no Country Hotol in tho State in iti Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Qnojti. Proprietor ii .'Determined thut WILLIS HOUSE, 31AIN ST , IIICIIMOSl). Puruianeut ttraltlons guarautel with SA fiA-JtAXU KXI'K.ySKN VAIO. Any de termlned man can succeed with us. Peculiar ad' Tantagis to beginners. Hiock compteie. Including many specialities Unfit tree, Address at once. , (Name this paper.) Nurserymen, KV. J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor, For a good Table And clean and well furnished rooms, this Hotel bat no superior. Good rumple rooms attached. y oJIUlw V 00 per day. 201-l- into ir.v( it normals. Ilocbrslrr, tl) DENTIST, N. 1 , DR. W. D. PENNY, Message nltlbt eoareyed to aid from tk li free or charge. Kpaelal aeeomiaodalloas to Commarclat Trailers. The liar will alwara aipplled with the eboleesl braids of Llaaora aid Clsars. ytuntorcl, iCtmtupicy KENTUCKY LOUIS SCIILEUEL, CUSaBsmwvsvW. CEITBIL PHOTOGK1PIIEB, ntCHMUSD. i. I KKMl'CKi. "illtioGrHMN ltuii(e.M Shortest and Quickest Ronto from Ceo tral Kentnoky to all Pointa North, East, West and Southwest. Fut Line DetTcwn Photographs in all styles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New designs In Frames an 1 Mats unhesi-tatingJ- M.and Office on Lancaster street, teat door to larva-kio- u JocaitaLofQca. Offlce boats from 8 toll A. 1 necoasary. toS r. . Anesthetics administered whao US-Iy- r, JLEXIaVGTON A. CIXUINNATI Schedule In Effwt Uay 1ft, news-abov- at very low (101-l- rrlcet. Till: TUOKOUHIIIIKlin i ittt. VoTlF Ki. Boa "Ko. T, Vo". COMMERCIAL HOTEL! HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL SIAIKIVIM OF ADELINE. BoVTH-Bocat- Ei. tva. Covington.. " yaltsuth... " Cynthlana.. Arr. Paxla.M.. " Lealngton.. 10 11 11 Sun.' Daily BYJ.W. aun-bea- aioon-txam- There) Is Enough for All. But with $300,000,000 in tho Metropolitan Opera bouse there ought not to be 200,000 wotnon starving in its shadow There is no need. It U not a question between music and starvation. It is only a question of music and plenty. So far as money is concerned, thcho women can bo amply fed and clothed without tho sacrifice of one note of Pattl's, or ono satin Anting or one golden cord. There is enough and to spare in New York, for all tho music and all the millinery, and yet to lot no woman go wringing despairing hands through tho midnight streets) and no little child go shivering and suppor-les- i toa bed of straw. Gail Hamilton In New And wing That keep alleatirauh o'er the dainty sett, Thro' ray window a beautiful ahtnlngttar. Tha days flew apaca aowy baby bird A babe no longer would coo and algn, Longing to tcit its frail white wings, Away In the broad , bright world to fly. ,One morning I lookrd thro' the study vines, And lo! my beautiful blid had flown; ma soared away with the longstrra bright, So the old neat and I were lett alone. waited for IU return. Till wear of watching I ceased to pesp In the lonely neat o cold and still, Where my truant bird was wont to aleep. u white u th ang&U are, I watched and j I3pn This floe Bull will stand. the season now con 10pmll Upw! ICpm mancedat my stable on Ibe Lancaster Pike, on Lre. Iarta II ro am 10 45 pcil S21 pa I have lately purehacd tbls hotel snd have half mile from HUnford Court House, lie p mill JO p n II OT p si WlnebeaUr. made many Improvements In It. wl'h the prlillrse ol bretdlng the cow un- Arr. Stchmond. II 0 pu " I IJ 7 is par style, til the cow rrove In calf. Mooey due when cow I Intend to keep everything la " Lncsutr .. " anu mate oniy moutran cnarge. Is first served. " bunlord ou p m I Aa I have been on the road for several years I sire, Herbert, bis aire ImMarquis of Adeline's know the wanta of travelta man, and I will mak ported Apollo aad Dam Imported tiouthera Beau- - Lve. Klchmoud 100p ...w, It to their Interest to atop with me. l$Ct yr. Arr. Berea..... a 10 p ml. " Htlacaton.. 8 4im .- -.. Marquis of AdIUne'a dam, Adeline, hat sire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Ldy Flah-e- r. For further particulars aa to pedigree aw U.. W01TH.l)O0D. NO. I I Mo. 1 No. 1 F.H.a very fine celebratfrom TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I edThis la aot milkers young Bull the cow aEcho, the Including family Lve. Livings ton I 09 am greatest of hir day; her owner having refused 10 U a m for ter. la to certify that Mr. Jacob Ottenbtlnser This Arr. Wchmond ... II tia mi Ifolsteln-Frelsla- n cattle have taken the The no longer connected svlth the Lincoln Land lead aa the best for the family, and Croat with Lve. howlad.. JO Co., that be la cot authorized to contract tor the the tihorthorn produces a very fine animal. I " Uocmiur .. 17S II IDU ami begotten by this Arr. Klthmon1., ., 00 am Company, or receive taoroy for tha earn, or to will buy all the mal calree Bull at god pile ea delvered at weaning ties. Lve. Klcbmond Incur any obligation la the name ot the Company, . t 10 pm; I OJ if Bra M..M Arr. Wlnchaaler... . J lOpsa) 7 00 or In any way to art or tha same. ISO-- tl etanfard, Ky. Arr Parts .1 J 10 p m ..., O.Kj. MICH ARO, Lve. Lexington ... I 43 p ai 7 XI a n t 4.1 pm President Lincoln Land Co. Lve Parlf ...-- .h S pm 16C. New York, Dec. II, IMS. " Crnthtana... I 31 p m ( M a m i 40 pa " Falmouth, 4 47 P mllO Ola m 0 17 pu II Arr. Covington ... 0tjp rait 10 a mj i 43 pm MoKINNEY, ADAMS, - - 8 10 a m KY. 10 0 a 21 45 am 10 13 a ml 10 10 pea i pm a l p 1H pu t II Up tr 4 II pm .. nm I 1 first-cla- ss "l. .... ...., J3,-0- I w- .... ., m..., imL. IHim CITIZENS NATIONAL OF L.AHCASTKB, KY. BANK, L.&N. iNtn.lUsta York World. Don't Hints fur the Kltclion. Wucnstovo and shoo blacking brushes get so worn at their scrubbing end as to bo Useless, rcmovo tho brush from tho handle, it and tack again iu place, figuring the two thirds worn brush another term of service. "la it potato little or potato big ovorlwanl a youn girl oik her mother as tho clock struck 11 "Neither, rbild, but middle sizod potato day," and as tho littlo helper clatterl down tho cellar stairs with her pan, I said "Whatever do you mean' With your largo o crow of workmen for which you must meab, I should think nil your days would bo potato dinner days." "So they are," was her quick reply, but wo luivo learned to avoid wato in their cooking by boiling different sizes consecutivo days. Formerly we would boil a largo dinner pot of iwtatoea for each noon meal, giving littlo attention to their size. In the smaller one3 would bo ovcrdoue, a wasto of several buhbels throughout tho year. But nowadays wo keep the potato heap pickod clean as we go, a dinner pot of small ones wholly ono day, Jarge, may bo, rotten hearted old fellows tho next audmtddlo sized potatooa another day. Since adopting this plan our boiling potatoes aro nearly all dono nt tho Eamo instant, and nono como from tho kettlo linlf raw and others mushed for tho swill barn!. Ladies' Homo Journal. '" 1 pro-par- coiiso-quenc- ' Not Into This Teuiptutlou. Thcro nro two great temptations to which n careful hou wkeepor is liable. One is to fill hor servant' hands so full with tho regular work that when extra requirements como, as in times of company or illness or houso cleaning, sho horolf must Ins tho ono to fulfill them. Tha other Is wherever sho sees incapacity iu any department of tho work to mako Op the deficiency by her own effort. In this way sho will accumulate a variety of tasks, such aj tho caro of favorite lamps, tho tho flavoring of cusdusting of filter TU UBtUT - 9133,000 Tho Bootou Courier thinks that too many awect, demands aro mado on tho emotional nature I parted the leaves where ther thickeit grew, of children. "Who," it wys, "has not seen And there lay my Jots at my very feet. This Bank sollilts accounts of individuals, firms children badgered and harassed with: Kiss and corporations. Its facilities for making colyour auntie, because you love her; now Out oh' ao changed that I scarcely knew TO Til lections, In all parte of the United States, are un. It to be the bird I bad lored and careued; kiss grandpa; now put your arms round grandma's neck and show her how fond you The white wlngi were covered with duit and soil, surpassed, and cutoasers are at 'all times granted any reasonable accommodatloss they aee proper The feathers atlffon Its enowy breast. aro of her; nnd youdolovo your own door to ask. We beg to offer our services to the citimamma, don't you?" and tho unfortunate It had flown away In the cruel world, zens ol neighboring countlee, without Banking rviTii baby is forced to go through successive Content 'mid vies and aln to fly, facilities, anJ asiuro them that any businres tint demonstrations of affection, getting through bleeding, and tired out, ua aball at all timet have prorapt an 1 faltbfi.l atbe round of the circle only to havo it started Tilt wounded It soughttbeold neit and me to die. tention. over again. How many grownpeoplo could IjiiUtHTlliO endure being continually called upon to gU e So it la with all the tloolljh onei, proof of fondneM' to XuhImIIIi?, Who long for power and freedini's breath, J. M. HIGGlNBOTUAM, AlcuipliiFi, They leavo th boms nut and wander forth, JOEL J. WALKEIt, LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, How to Stitrcli Shltt. Alliillllt. And there And danger, darkceii, death. W. LOIAN, J. To do up shirts tako two J.8. JOUNeON, B.H.S. AIoiilKouiurj', Or'ando.Fla, Jan. 1837. I-- F. HUBBLE, T. M. AHNOLD, of stai ch und ono teasiKxm even full of powJLlllIu Hock, B. O.Mt'LLINS. JOS. SIMPSON, dered !xrax.anddl3solvo In one and ono half Bucklen's Arnica Salve Molillu titut .New OrleaitH. cupi of cold water. Tho shirts must not be Thm heit.Halra In the world lor Cutl. Bruieoa previously starched and they must bo perOITJ?ICX:itH Sores, Salt Khcum, Ferer Soroi, Tetter, Chapped Ooly one ctnoge to points In fectly dry. Dip tho cuffs, collars, bosoms Handa, CMlblaltn, Corns and allbkin rsrupuoai, and in tho starch, then roll up J. M. UIGOINHOrHAJt.Pr.F.JT. tight in a dry cloth and let them lio two and poiltirely cures Piles, or no pay required, I, LEWIS Y. LEAVELL. hours Then rub off and iron. They w ill it guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, or money J. P. SANDIFEB, CASHIElt. 23 renta per box. For oale by refunleJ. Prlco bo like paiteboard and havo a nice gloss B.F. HUDSON', TELLEIt. Penny A Me.Vlliter. A NitMtN I'ooIUU Notion. Peeking homes eu the line of this roal will lecelvi tthat Can Be Done ? A fiwlUh notion prevalent nmoug the special rates By trying again and keeping up couraje many JMTjeo Agents of thH Company lor c1ps.-jaiO lower in venil countiies is that a Ac, er write tilings efcuilngly lraposilble may be attained. babo nt tho bivo.t can bo insured against C. P. ArMOHR, (I. P. AT A 9 colic by lieiu mado to taste everything Iluodredaof hopeleucates ot Kidney and Liver IiuIaTlll, Ky ;cured by Electric Bitters, which t'w mother cats. Tho writer was onco Complaint hare ben In vain. So horrified to find her nuro about to gio her after everything else had been trlod don't think there Is no cure for you, but tr;Elcc- baby cold slaw on this principle; tho girl THE SEMUWEEIILY- horsjlf on tho plea that h;r mother trie Bitters. There no medloineao safe, eo pure always did it, and that it was good for the and ao perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bittcra will cure Dyspepla, Diabetes and all Diseases of child Cor. Boston Olob. the Kidneys. InTaluible In affections of Stomach S 5A Clever Hoston Ctrl. und Liver, and overcome all Urinary DlfScultlea, ; p hj Mivi Maudo Howe, beautiful, clov"r girl Large Bottles only 50 cents a bottle at Fenny A M that she is, tuak-3- ono of the most interesting McAlliter. ? "Chatterer" tlmt over even Boston devol-ojioExcitement in Texas. Wo are quite ready to bellovo her Great excitement baa been earned in the vicini recent statement that sho "nover made a journey in her life without seeing something ty of Paris, Texas, by the remarkable recorery of that I nover saw beforo or learning some- Mr. J, V. Corley, who was eo helpless he could not ' 61 S turri la bed, or raise his head, everybody eaid be thing now." wm dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ol Dr. 52 S sfl King's New Discovery wai sent him. Finding re Another I)rr Itcform. Mrs. Miller, of Washington, is tho upotlo lief, ho bought a large battle and a box of Dr of a now dispensation in the way of woman's King's New Ufa rilli, and by the time he had BTANl'OBD, KT dress. Her creed is waists instead of corsota, taken two boxes of Fills and two boxes ot the DI- layers of underclothing fitted smoothly to covery he was well and had gained In flesh thir W 8 x tho lxxly, and drawers to match tho gown, pounds. Trial bottles ol this Groat Discova sort of adaptation of Lady Habberton's ery for Consumption free at Fennv A. McAUaters "divided skirt," with slight differences. Use Green Cough Balsam for coughs and roldi. fapuhliihtd every Tue.lay and Friday at the Company. Miilileu Price 50c. For sale by McUoberts & tstagg. low price of The Danes assuro maidens upon payment of an annual sum of u comfortabla homo at Howls your blood? Use U reen's SirMparllla a certain age. Tho benefits of the associaYEAR. TWO DOLEiAKN Fcr sale lir McRoberU A Hta at tl. o marriage, Ak Too Much of Them. Till one ere aa the inn sank low In the West, And a Southern wind made each floweret Louisville & Nashville R. R. 00 Koaru-Itoon- MATATIE.I.K UKANVil, CAPITAL 7 rr.wrTwr."ior t TUKOUGU TIlUiXK LINE K. Dally Dally Hun.lKx. Ban. 4 33 p m 8 JO p m 4 Lto Corlniton " Lexington. ArrMlllersburg, " Psrls. ...., SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. " Johnson " Maysrllle... HOOTU-BoPf- S 40 9 01 4 10 SO llltu a a ta 7 J3 a ra 300 pm pm m 8 -- rs; .. a m 136pm a m 7 40 pm 6 OS pm Dal It Dally Ex. Dan. Ex. Ban 8 A W Ke,"84 Lve Msravllie. XIltI3CTOIt63J " Johnson... " Carlisle... ' Arr " Lettntton. " Covington Part,......... Mlllersburg table-qoonful- i.j- - 7 7 8 9 .1 II a m 12 83 pm m 1 S pm 23a m 44 a m 2 so p m 10a m I IS p m 03a m o 10 nm SO a m 00 pm &5 S7 tapn Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS s -- s OTK. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Winchester, Lexington and Cincinnati, other tralni aredally except Sunday. Direct conn, rtions are made at Winchester with Chwaiwake A Ohio tor Alt bterlliig, Ashland. Huntfnglon, Charlestoo, W. Va., and Kast.rn clU '.'L I'lne- - Nos. 3 and 4 run via Wlneheatar Holld Trains, with I'ullraan Steeping Cars belweee Cluctunatl end ltlchuiuud, Va., aud Wlncbeiter and Washington D. C. Throuih tlrUta and bagvage chKVed to aar destination n ached by t rallroaj. Kor (ullprttculars, call on any agent of til company, or H P. II. AIOIWE, I). A.PKHLEY, (len.Paaa. Ageut, Trar. Paaa. Agent. CoTtngtnn, Ky. Ixxlniton. B.v 11. E. HUNllKOTON' llecelver. General Ota cos, Covington, Ky. 1 NEWPORT HEWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLE? O THE P Si so h GHESilPEAKEj&JHiO ROUTE EuhI Kcii(ii:l)'r Ronto von Now York. 1ND d F I f I W Washington, Philadolphta and Tho only line running L'Ui.Is.MAX H Interior Journal W. P. WALTON, NEW SIsKEL'IaNd CAI ty-si- r r a : i I p I ? T 2 M A SOLID TRAIN Louisville, Olnoinnatl k Lexfngton, to Washington Oity, Connecting In the sauio depot with Fro'r. Et Fast TrainB for Now tion ceaw at FEB bric-a-bra- c, tards and mixing of salads, not to speuk of tho packing of lunches and arranging of trays for invalids, which Is a great comfort to herself and others to have done with nicety. But if she docs not limit hor desires In this direction theso tasks will certainly trench upon tho tinw and strength required for oversight ami planning, not to spoak of rest,' and tho constant occuireuco of tho unforeseen will steal away tho remainder. M. K. Bennett in Good Housekeeping. Olil li sir .Matte ltcMuUfnl. ? fou!rai I lia mil cr 4w 'J Green'a Electric Oil cures all aches and pales. Homo Made Ilroom Holder. 50c. Tako two largo spoons, drive largo naili For sale by McF.oberts d bUgg at through thoin in the wall about two inches Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at apart, and hang uj your broom, brush end 50c, at Mdloberts Stagg's. l- CD JOB WOFIK. OP ALL CLaUKS The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Daarllle, Nortolk and all Virginia fcnd North Carolina Pointa. For tickets and further Information, apply to your nearest ticket offlco or address W, W, Mon roo, Uoueral Agent, Islington, Ky. York. W,V. ??,,c.K,!fM' 2d Vice - t President, Oan'l Paai'r Ag't Louisville, Ev. w 'vi.vi:u, Noatly and Chonply Esocutod. FREE TO ALL. Out Illustrated Flant and 1 CatAloguo (to iuikci) w tti rirtfoi of tho cboicett Platits.Heeds, Uulbi. Itwm .small FnlW.UroiH) Vines, Hrt-. To make sheets last longer, when they get thin In the middle, tear down tho center, sew the out edges together nnd hem tho sides. PENNYROYAL PILLS .!.' tlf.lt.ofworthtex Imlltlm fafaa4alitWLADITS In l!n.at,la li . - (uu, llpuwl.. f.p b LiMEl P UUrFMAlM, fishy" smell from your skillet after frying fish put soap nnd water in tho skillet and l;t boil for ten minutes. To take tho tho uewea or "When Baby waa sick, wa gave her CastorU, When she wm a Child, sho cried for t'astorla, When aho became Miss, aha cltin; to Cattoria, w u it G je o i I'urerul'Mni the i wi ra iv lw,s rj - "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." 'Hie Orlgiiiiil iiml )! L Urnitliic -- Whou she had Children, aho gave them CastorU or decwa'... Square dinner plates grow iu favor, and a perfect study of artistic Stirubi, K (rari'en s. tc. svllt be ttiallc-- l I'UKK to Watlsfac-tionil appllcante Addrou cuaMnU-vdNANZ & NEUNER, LCU!SY1LICKY. low nnAinn, Hotel Myers r(i)u I red, bTAKOKD, EY .Un Mnln Htrect. rliori unnr uuiii.irrv (hlrhe.lrr'.liiull.iV'a i us. n i umrr r iuiom t .r. .' '"" "In malt. NAME PAPFR. . hlelit.trr 'l,einl-- l IV, 4ft I a tluHUui, rwjuurv, I'lilludit., "M by ;.'riiCtl-l- . rtrrjwhrro. i 'or Tlilrkiy. ier l.iull.r," l'iiiuru)Hl I'ilU Tiammi For sale by Dr, M.L. BODRML', Stanford. ..-- -. J.'r '' , ti ,. - - A