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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887021501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Wukm fiiefiof lonftiaL Sm VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY pretty and modest. And the good cook in in the kitchen, name unknown, is a good one. Stiolltng from tho back door, we come across fowls of every feither; turkeys, geese, ducks, guinea, chickens; and tied to a patch tree is Hugh's pet deir, with soft, innocent eye and half startled recognition of your friendly cares', a if the "wild" were not all out of it yet. The two thoroughbred coach dog, Hugh' pets again, bask in their favorito corners, and are can dldates for a friendly pat, if you notice tbm, spotted beauties as they are. In the stable Hugh' mare (everything seems to be Hugh'.), "Sprightly," fooJ and sleep", and ill herself for goinj like a rocket when you mount, with untiring endurance and pleasant gait. The pretty creature is not badly temprro.1, but is slightly Hllhctod with that female vixenishnes, which seems to so cf ten accompany real worth, a almost to he a mark ol it. Sj she backs her oars when you in "lint and rqueal when you get of), a if about to take a parting nip at your nrm for having had the audacity to saddle and bridle her. ISut she don't mean anything vicious by all these feminine demonl. Hugh is the dearest strations of of boys (only he is ID and has a moustache) and everybody's pet, yet not a bit epoiled Which deserve mention, boing such a rar ity in human life, We lo'eotir cousins, three. Mont lova ble family, eyery member of it. And wo nover forget that really it is four in number. Ojo loved one gone before; dear child, when I knew her, but smitten in blooming womanhood, when hhe left the breaking heart behind. Ah, mi! Why can we never speak of that separation, except regretfully, even to tho The reason Is at hand. Death is an unmitigated enemy, and when he lays his horrid hand on any we love, we instinctively feel, "An enemy hath done this." "Thanks ba to Uod, thro Jesus Christ our LORD," He can, even, out of this destroyer, bring the tweetnw of the resurrection life. Hut thatecems long to wait for, and one must need sympathize with good Martha, when she said, aa if It gave her feeble comfort, "I know that he shall rise in the resurrection of the last day." And indeed there It little to lift the heart, in a contingency S3 far removed, that it mocks the aching heart mourning for present comfort. I belleye that Jesus oflsra in Ills present compensations what, alone, will satisfy. Thoughts, even assurance of resurrection, never do. "The child can not come back to me; I shall go to it," is true, bat cold, cold comfort. 8o David "worshipped." And then the "balm of Ollead" touched bis wound and healed it. To jut. tlfy the LORD, first of all; to say, "Thou didst not do this; nor desire it done; nor permit it to be done; but Thou canst make amends, dear LORD, for what the enemy hath done." In this we shall find the instant comfort we eeekt and the "peace that paeth understanding" shall replace the sorrow that seemed fixed and immovable. The dear LORD will do it, in ways we know not. I have never lost a child, but I have known deep sorrow; and, thank Qod, I am not speaking of a remedy that I have not tried and proved. His "grace Is sufficient," and I know it well and better as thei days go by. The weather, through the whole of the McComb meeting, has just been glorious. Ilalmy days and moonlit nights. We have just returned from a trip to the great work shops of the Illinois Central railroad". They employ about 3 3D haad and do everything in the way of minuficturiog cir and engine, but osting the wheel. It is a busy place. And the toil is tremendous. No mm ought to form an opinion on Ihe current strife between labor and capital till lie goo.s through tho work shop of one great d establishment, and see what the sons of toil ara doins the world ovor. It will educite him in an hour bet ter than the newjpiper will in a week. I am a "conservative" by nature and theory I become a "radical" eyerj time I walk through a work shop in Jesus, Geo 0 IUnscj eelf-wil- 15, 1887. NO. 203. LUMBER. I hTe for sale all dimensions ol senoned yellow poplar framing material. Contractors or will find it to their Interest to call on me. RIO, lS-lm- . Stanford, Ky, Published Tnctlaun nntt Frtdaw AT 'J PBKANNUM.OAWH. ol understood If we credit that J.M will bo and demanded. W. T. WALTON- - GEORGE O. BARNES QOD IS 18 LOVE And NOTHING ELSE 1I. Feb. 7, 1SS7. meeting cIojc.I Deak iNTEiiion: The laet niKbt, with the Utile Presbyterian churcli bo full that there was hardly "aland log room for nn umbrella," as Nath Woodcock would graphically tleocrlbo it. And when the tenting question wa pnt "Who lionlhflLOUD'S sldt?" -- nearly the en tire congregation nroei; and hate and hand were lifted among the atandingcrowJ; even Ixjforo they were italcrd thin to testify m to their position. It wm a thrilling and spectacle, that we can not eoon forget The McComb folks hare greatly endeared theuirelrcH to us by their hearty and generoui reception of our gopeI. Wc had from the clerical rank two Episcopal?, one 'Jtptiat, one Methodist and one i'retby terian, and thef all lehTexi beautifully. We h all never cease to appreciate their courteous attention to the preaching, which in many placea mutt hare crossed their ft Torita theologiM, with a crash. Altogeth-e- r, I do not recall any meeting more full of genuine enthusiasm than this: and we trust the good frulta of it will appear for yean to come. We expect to leare for Not Orleant this evening on the 7 o'clock express, reaching the city at lO.flO We hear of an open door thtre and hope to hare a good meeting fairly under weigh before the madness of "Mirdi Grae" hat fairly swallowed up everything and ererybody. A good, warm evangelistic meeting on the outskirts of that wild carnival will bt no drawback, If Jesui should happen to come In the midst of It. We had yesterday the pleasure of meet ing a Madison county gentleman, Mr. Peter KiUll, and hla 0 d wife, once the comely widow, whom many in Lincoln will recollect at Mm. Timberlaki. They were married about fire yean ago and both sought this region of realnout balm jfor t betake of health. I nm glad to say both found it; and he for asthma and ihe for hemorrhage of the lungs, discovered a specific in the magic atmosphere that surrounds these stately pine f jresU. Let me, before we leare this sweet retreat, embalm In my little naritlre the house and household where and witlk whom we hare enjoyed one of the positively "delicious" weeks of our Bohemian existence. The homeatetd passes to strangers in a few week and Cousins Heber, Mary and Hugh go over to their new houie, which, however pretty and commodious, can never take Ihe place of the old one In our lives Jand loving memories. Theee are the things we will remember: The cheerful eitting-room- , where the ubliijitous pine-kaJaddeJ lie above brilliant glow to the e fflnging-lam- p all the evening, after our the centre-table- , return from church, And alt day, as needed; the pretty dining room, with choice and tasteful en?ravlng on the vmII; pleaant pine wood firo bluing in thropen fire place epreid and thodainlleUof giod-chee- r upon the well furnished '.tabic. Cju'in Ileber it a bit cf an epicure and In Hi upon gtnerous diot for hi guests. Now of this n"i)lieep head," daintiest of hardlatitude. Then a broiled "red-flshly eecond to the other. Again a dish of crab itrved most tootliaomely,on tho shell, but not in it; npnrlng all that neccultr of careful direction and eoiling the fiogera with the ouiehat loathsome Junealablo portions, that leaves a crab served an nalur ! an "open question" as to whether it ie worth thn trouble of taking apart to get at it delicate comeitili'e "true inwardness." One day it will be broiled putringes, another a Mallard wild duck; or a guinea from Cousin Mary' fowl-yarAll the rest but tho partridges fresh from the New Orleans market, but !) hours away from us, One week of such sumptuous faring is about as much ae this troupe can sttnud at a time. Cousin Mary is a lovely housekeeper, un ler Cousin lleber's bountiful provision; and also owing much to "Aunt Hannah," who deserve to he held in "everlasting remembrance" for tho heroic way in which she ban clung to the family fortunes ever eince the family was started about a qmr ter of n century ego 8 ho is Indeed an indispensable member of this houeebold. A "faithful servanil" "Her price is above rubies" here or hereafter. Odr table eer vant i the brightest, handsomest quadroon hoy, whom Aunt Hannah is lovingly Inltl ating into the full mysteries of walter-dom- , making his life plaiant meanwhile, with her motherly way. I cttch odd sight, too, of auothur bright faced little child flin nan' orphan niece who also being trained to household duties, in retirement, whom I notice peeping (shyly at us around core re and fiom behind door. All very 1'UAIHK TllJiJ McComd ClTV, Ml., It. hard-hando- Gh, ," Ier GARRARD COUNTt DEPARTMENT. Lancaster. Messrs. Hugh Logan, Tom drowning aod J. D. Chandler epant Sunday in town. Mr. J. J. Walker went outh iasi eet with a cir load of mules for the Southern d. mar'!t. f.u Warm Springs Indian troupe is billed for .i performance at the 0,era Houie February 'J2J. Mr. II. T. Nool bought of Mr. P. D Gill the house and lot on Danville street, occupied by R. A. Burneide, for $1,600 Mr. Noel will take possesion at once. Rev. L C. Humphries, of Glasgow, preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening to large audiences. In each instance the speaker delivered a forcible, eloquent discourse. Misses 'Jrace Hart and Grace Million of Richmond, are guests of Mrs. Tom M. Johnson, Jr. Mr. William Jenning, of Springfield, Ky., was visiting his mother last week. Johnson Rgers, of Woodford, candidate for auditor, was in town Tour-day- . Dr. Shui II, Iiurnside, formerly of thi place, now living at WicitU Falls, Texas was married a few day Hi nee to Mias Miry M. Grlcs, of Camden, N. J. The ui.wriHfio took place at Fort Worth, Tens. The many Kentucky friend of the doctor will rejoice to hetr of his good luck, 1 Mr. Tom Middleton, arent of the H & Ml VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. express, at II trrodburg, was here Satur0 Mr. J. 13, Allen is yerj tick. day to see about establishing an agency for Judge Colyer is stirring up the liquor his company at this place to connect with the Cincinnati Southern at Danville. It is men. Wm. D. Levesay has been appointed quite likely that the agency will be made postmaster at Wabd. in a few weeks. A number of cases of mumps is re Mrs, Martha McMurtry, nn estimable christian lady, died Sttur.lay night at the ported in town and vicinity, M. 0. Williams, our polite druist, residence of her daughter, Mrs. A. Cunspent Sunday af Crab Orchard ningham, of consumption, aged 73 year. S S. Dilton lines moved from Eist The funeral was preached at the Monday evening at 2 o'clock by Rjv. W. Barnstadt to the Ashley farm near town. J. II. Pointer, of the Level Green O. Giodlof ; interment in Lincaster cemeneighborhood, moved to Roskhold Satur tery. The details of a rather remarkable freak day. Jonas McKirz'e has been the happy of nature are related to your correspondent possresor of another boy since last Thursby Mr. W. II Wherrltt, of this place: Mr. Whcrritt killed a hen one day last week day. Divis & While have opened a family and while picking the fowl noticed a pro ! grocery in the store houce recently purchas tubennce of considerable sirs, which wah situated batweeu tho ekin and tho breast ed of C. W. Adams. Cal. O irons, who was accidentally shot hone. A closer investigation revealed to him a email sack, shaped liko an egg, but last week, is still in a critical condition ard more elongated. Breaking this open ho not expected to recover. Bro. Hia.lt seems to be yery zaalous in wis surprised to find inside a cbicken, which bore indications of having the good work. He has preached nearly every night for three weeks. luendead for some time. Thomas Hays has just been granted a County Committee The Republican pension bj a special act of Congres Gov. Saturday and pa met at the Court-hous- e McCreary put the bill through. c the following resolutions. James A. Long and Ssrab E Danny JUtolud, That wo approvo of the call for a convention to be held at Louisville on Stephen Robinson and Hester J. Anderson May 11 th to nominate candidates for the were married at Level Green Wednesday. Mr. Roberts, the woman sent from various offices to be filled in Aug. '87. 21. That in consideration of the high this place to the Lexington Asylum, some standing of our distinguished fellow cit'z?n, months since, returned last Thurday cured. The wife cf Jonas Pittman, who has Hon W O. Bradley, together with his been very sick for some time with brain acknowledged ability and tho eminent service he has rendered the party in the past, troubles, is getting worse acd is bordering wo recognite him as one both able and o'n lunacy. A Louisville IUt special saya: "Spen worthy to head the tickat in the approachcer Parker was tried at Laxington for kill deleing contest and therefore instruct the gate from this county to cast Ihe vote of ing his wife and fined $1 and costs." This the fame for him in said convention for the is cheaper than divorce. Loo 11 All accounts on my book due office of Governor. following named persons Jan 1st, '87, will be placed in the hands of 31. That the are hereby appointed delegates to said con- an officer March lit if not paid or other 2t Wm. Berkele, D. R. Collier, wise arranged for. L.B.Adams. vention: R. L. Newcomb is home from Nicho-lasvll- le Wm. Cook, R. A. Burneide, J. L. Duncan, for a few weeW recreation. Mr.C. W. C, Montgomery, Al. Moberly, Jamea A. Baker, Eph. Leavell, Calvin Eiat, J. W. C. Coyle is back from the Louisville hosWest, Jamea Ray, R. Kinkead, W. McO. pital in a much worse condition than when Johnston. John Brown, B. Dillon, W. J. ho went there. to which will The old proposition Ltndram, Geo. Denny, Sr., A, C. Dunn, W. O. Bradley, J. E. Stormes, J. P. Turner, require the most turns in, ploughing a nine Din Goodloe, Ad, Splllman, Lem White, acre tract of land, to make one land of it Wm. Carter, J. H. Raney, Wm. Fain, A. or to make nine of it, is being agitated by G.Scott, Wm. Herndon and Green Lyttle. oar local mathematicians. The poatoffice at this place will here4tb. That we recommend as the choice of Garrard county for after be opened on Sunday from 10.30 A, the republican party of m , to 11 30 A. x No malls will be receivthe Legislature, Hon. Wm. Berkele. CjI. Bradley informs us that each ol the ed or forwarded on the day trains Sunday, 13 counties in the State which have held but will be Sunday nights. Summons have been served on a numconventions has instructed their delegates ber of persons in the vicinity of Wlldie to to cast their votes for htm for Governor. One of tho largest audience ever seen appear before the County Judge here to bo in Lancaster greeted the rendition of the qnesttoned m to what they know about the cantata of The Three Graces at the Opera recent whipping of Bob Prewitt'a family. All the House last Thursday evening. Mr. J. J. Carson, who was school boy available chairs were occupied and a great at this place 20 years ago, came in from his many persons were forced to find seats on Kansas home Friday to see old friends. He bsnehes, boxes and in the windows. The reports a big boom in all lines of business performance in every way merited the pa and that the number of railroads being tronage bestowed upon it as was evinced by built is something wonderful. the freouent rounds of applause. The An old colored woman named Hunter leading parts in the cantata were taken by had hor dress to catch on fire while standMis-e- s L'zz'e Huflman, Minnlo Dinwindie ing near a grate, Saturday morning, at Livand Lula Bitton, Miss Huffman represent- ingston, and rushed out doors aggriyatiog ing Love, Miss Dinwiddle Faith and Miss thefhmee. She was so badly bu rned that Bitson Hope. Thraj young ladies were at- ehe died at 1 o'clock that evening. tired In lovelr costume of white, blue and Mr, Frank Clifford, agent and operator pink and each acquitted herself admirably. at Livingston, left Saturday night for The young ladies possess (splendid voices While 8ulphur Springs, W. V-- ., to be and sang at their beat. Mies Honeywuon present at the burial of his father, who Huffman, as the Pilgrim Mourner, was at- died Friday. The svmpithy of his fellow tired in a robe of black and carried out her operators is extended to Mr, Clifford in his part of the programme in en excellent sad lopa. manner. Tne Graces, Misses Liriio Jen-nlnRev. W. W. Pope, in a card in the Ann Mullin, Lou Grant, Mary Echo, claims that the church here engaged Robinsoo, Mollie Birdett, Miinio Carrey, him to preach during this yenr and abrogaNell Yanti, Bsrtie Collier and Fannie ted tho contract in employing another West, were attired in white robes and erfch preichor instead. Possibly nil the psrtles bote a banner on which was inscribed tho were not mutually p'.oasei and thought the name of the grace the lu.vrer represented. eis!st way out of the matter the bast and The seulinela were Mewra. Robt. Elkin, so proceeded. John M. Farra, II. M. Grant and T. M. A prominent farmer near Mt. Guthrie, Johnston, Jr., who were attired in Jewish who was at one time a merchant at that soldiers' continue with speirs, lances and place, left for a western yisit one day last shield. The following named little girls week. The next day the wife of a former Ada Frra, Amanda merohant of Mt. Guthrie took tbe train, were Ihe angels: Petty, M st tie Elkin, Battle Baruett, Bettie not giving her destination anl hw not Anderson, Clyde Huffman, Allie Ander- eince been heard of. It is believed that son and May Hughes. They were attired she and tho p. f. are making the weitarn in costumes of white tulle which complete trip together. ly enveloped them. The Pilgrims were Mrs. Fry ' acquittal in her trial last quite numerous and were costumed to week doas not seem to hava settled the dif the different nations. Mrs. Busb, ferences existing betwesn herself and the of New York, wore a lovoly drees and rep- Lackey family. List Wednasday a war Mrs. T. A. Elkin, rant was issuai for her on the charge of resented a shopherdejs agisted by Miss Salliu Elkin, presided at shooting at one of the Lackey boys. She the piano After the conclusion of the was jailed, but was shortly released on L'zzle Huffman and Misa bond and trial eat for Saturday, then concantata Mi Dinwiddle each sang a selection, which was tinued till Monday. She swore out warIu respond- rant for the Lickeys who wers tried and well received by the audience ing to the encore Miss Huffman sang "Mar- acquitted. guerite," and Miss Dinwiddlo "Sixty-Two.- " We learn that a man named Gastineau The quartette's "Hallelujah for the Cross" shot and mortally wounded Brent Evans, a and "I am Drifting Down" were well negro, near Holdam'd Mill, Lincoln county, by Messrs. Birtholomaw, Gibbons, Thursday, It seams thnt Gastineiu has So ouly boeu back from tho penitentiary a few Wiahard and Granger, ,of Danville. successful waathe entertainment that It wae week. He is said to have told a neighbor repeated Friday evening and it i qulto that the negro Imd made ugly remarks Gistlneau llkelv it will bj presented both at Stanford about tho nelghbu' daughter and DinviBe on being confronted by the negro in company witli the young laJy's father retracted As an instance of tbe remarkable cheap we note that in Chi-- , hi statements, saying that the negro had ness of Chinee labor, uese courts of justice witnesses can be hiied u'ed no such language. Gtstineiu after to testify on either side ward went to the field where the negro al 10 cents of the question at Isiue, or on both sidee Ht wasat work, taking his gun n'ong, with the above result. Burlington Free 15 cent well-forme1 g, ren-der- F it I CREAM I It' w9T. - ll T COMPANY a fl: NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF tui: COMPANY. LINCOLN J LAND C nk t KOi'Jm&r.SiZs, I LEXINGTON.KY. HL wtmn &W I I.and Company are requested to present them to Vf. Alcorn at bis omen In Stanford, ICy. 'aMt- WM. AYKES. Ii.lClVMlAU.lt, President. JAS.O.OIVKSS, Hotiry rublie. fl Si 'g;jate3BNHKgqg-.AWlcry sack guarantied to b't sitlfictlontio Vft. ft w AYRES & GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 Fifth Street, iiliOTJISVIJOIE, - (IM-ly- ICY. .) Rooms 3 and 5, Crornle Block. For Sale at a Bargain. e, I offer lor sale prlrately In Stanford, Ky., a Tery desirable residence with soren rotms nnl porch Ilyayouce Udy, who holds a first grad certi- Well of water at tho door; stable, smoke hou-ficate and is competent to tpich Music, either at Ac. About an acre of ground in tbe lot. For or teicber. Addrin T. SI. W., caro terms, Ac, apply to It. a. A IjI'OItD, MTKaioa Journal, hUntord, Ky. ite- Agent for J. It. Allord. WOOD WALLICK WATT COCIIli-T- . SITUATION WANTED WALLACES COCHRAN, SfEWCOJIS MOTEL GENTS' FURXISHKRS, S13, MT. VERNON, KY. sth Street, LOUISVILLE, 19S-2- - - - KY. ! n Hotel Is still mala-talnlng- lts fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to tbe traTellng public . W. JP. SEWCOJin, Pro'r, u Mt. Vernon, Ky. This old and TAXES FOR 1886 So miDT baring responded to my warning limed sometime ago, and so many others appear to ba making such id ellort to discharge, their taxes. I hare concluded to extend tbe time for adrertlitng Lands until the 8th day ot February this, however, is pMltlTely thtt lait exteuilou that I can possibly make. jr. X. JIEXEFEE, lJC-t8herlir Lincoln County. JE. H, FOX, m The Photographer, MXI.l4lV.J-R- Y. I am daily opening Danville, .... JKy. an elegant line of Fall Milliner, Including all Frames Made to Order. Tho Latest Novelties of the Season. Also Notlsni. such as Ilandkerchlefi. Collars and Cufij, Buchlng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. Yon win una me at me rooms lauir racatea Dr emt-- lj A Warren, next door to the Mrers Home. !6Mm KATE DVDDKUAU. HACK BBUCE'S Concert Grand, PIANOS! Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Saaare Grand. tbe Buggy & Implement House. I hare now . A Full Lino of Whoat Drills and othor Agricultural Implomonta, Besides a We are opening tbe moat carefully selected, finest and best stock of PIANOS AND ORGANS Ever brought to this city. Every Instrument Is the pride of an artist cod prices range from 10 to 25 percent, lower tnan other dealers ask for the same goods. Persons ot musical and art culture are Invited to an Inspection or the beautiful, cultivated, reflnod tone and artist designs ot these celebrated instruments: Fall Lineot Baggies and Wagons Always on haod. In connection with my plement business, I will alio carry a Im- -. Complete Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Prices on ererjtblns as Low tlJ-lr- a any one. Respectfully, JT. Tho Knabc, tho Fa mous Decker & Son, the PoDnlar Everett and the Reliable Now England Pianos, World-renowned I solicit a share of yourjpatronage. r M. Please communicate with us for catalogues, term nd prices. 8. It. & L. COOS, Spetlal Ag'ta, ! Stanford, Ky. Or 1WSE It. EICUAIID, References- A. It. Ponny, Mrs. E. M. CarpenThou tbalt ko to MlOVItXE'B for all thy ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Mooro and James Beat-leChristmas (foods. Stanford; Mrs. Msgglo Holmes. Crab Orch-arIleaton: Bourne has Just rrcelred direct from Gen. W. J. Landrnu Rnd Mloa Lltzlo HuffNew York City the nicest and cheapest lot ercr man, Lancaster, Ky. brought to this nock of the woods, Tuou abslt buy tbe medicines from Bourno Reason; Bourne's goods nro pure. Thy life Is too idluiblt) to ba sicrlllwi bacauis of Inert rom edles. Thou shalt mury soon, yery soon. Reason: Tho goose bono marketh tbls a bard winter, acd Bourne's toilet articles will make thee beautiful above thy lullowa, (It thou doet not de Ire to marry, thou oorl desire to be enrled UNO fl. because of thy beauty. Thou shalt go hunting and fishing. Bourne has thn materials. Thou sbalt hare a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, Thodlroct through lino and old established route from rlolln strings, lauipt, tramei, pictures, mirrors, warranted lewelry. Bourne has tboij and tho finest lot of Cfcndlea Lonisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis and all points in tho West. orer brougbt to Stanford. Thou shall keep iu mind I hat I'ourne It tbe cleverest man (except It. Cox) and tbe beat man Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis. Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to deal with to tit. Louis. "Roses red, TloUti blu-iBourne's Is tbe place for tou. jhakespeare. Only 10 houvH from Loulsvlllo and Clncinsatl tost. Louis. In fact, tbe half ot bis glories and fine goods hato not been told theo. llttVCE. The Celebrated Olough and Warren and tbe John Olinroh & Co. Organs. MVJE C09fitfANI$ J. post-ofiic- - y, d; 133-l- O. & M. I MISSISSIPPI H , FOR $AJL2! Valuable Rsal Estate and Booms. Tho Only Lino by which you can got a Through Slooping Car From ClncInMl U3t. Louis. through from LoutaTllle and Cincinnati tost. Louis, all other routes bclna Y. Philips, dee'd, I Oder tuado up of a combination As Executor ol of small roads. for salo, on easy teims, the following real estate In and near tbe growing town ol Lancaster, Garrard Tho Ohio A Missli.lppl hallway runs Palatial county, Kmtucky: Sleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Paron Public Square ot said One Brick lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coachtown, now used ai a room. es on all trains. One frame Storo room on tbe Public now used as a Umlly grocery room. D1JLiclo.,!c,!Dnect,on,r made In UNION s Two ou Richmond Street, near PubDEPOTS with diverging lines by theO. A M. Kailway, thus avoiding troblesomo translic Square, one now used as a Millinery btcre, tbi other ns an Undertaking establishment fers by other routes. With tbls block will busild II desired a lot of ground Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is the only Una adjoining. between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis One farm with house and oilier nceuy Imunder one management, running all Its provements, on the Uxingt on Turnpike. 3 miles trains through solid and in consequeuce irom I.'Dcaster. of 137 scren. is recognised Flrst-CIaUoute beDue Kami ol 113 acies, 3,V. miles Irnoi Lancaster, tween those Cities. near the Lexington Pike, unimproved, with house Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for and ueceibary outbul dings. lull particulars u to rates, time, maps, cireulars Oao farm, unlmprortd.S miles from Lancaster, or any desired Information, or write to Ky,, nn the Lexington Turnpike ot 73 seres. KOBT. II. POUMAN, And also a tract of JC acres on Gilbert's Creek, PlM S'1 - A M- - K'TiSomeraet, Ky. about 4 miles from Lancaster. JOHN F. BAItNAItD, W. B.8HATTUC, As executor, I desire to sell all this property. free, and Oen'l Msn'gr, Gen. Pass. Ac't. I am empowered by the will lo make dteds to it. Cincinnati, O. A fine cbatre Is now ottered to those desiring homes or lurestuienis For lull particulars address my Attorney, H. T. Nool, Lancaster, Ky .or the undersigned at Stanford, by a. 31. HOUSE, Kxecutor. WALTON'S OPERA IM 3ui Store-roodry-gooStore-roomss Store ThO O &TVT 1heon,7 "nerunnlng ,.T!T: l'illl.ll'S, fCW Vl JIVdo.rutHl not caiusSirlcur,. (""! ll TO a DATS. uvM H V " E3 ur4.ni7t.rtba haiglMaiiuri.Uca. Aleatt A List, Tour (J aithet.ru ttmedr knuwnt3USIvruwririx ami Clttt. We hats soil cooii ttr. able, in.lla erirr eat, 1: vrs recommend STANFORD, KY. WALTON BEOS. . - Proprietors. CJndnnatl.HHI IUUm. N. Y. Pe. oiiioyw Sillbj Dr.;lttl. rn.t i.o. SitoofBUgf, 2Jx50. Eight omoletesels of 8c3. yry. Beatlnr capacity, gallery, sow blteasoqable rates to good attractions. , V. ).' ' 1 '!' '. 'jtmutgr JMC mmt4ij&m&i iwiurtCTwaoayjr!a jcaLVara 09r,j Simi-8B- f JSjr., Ufi $nJmor$oiirrrai among the young people February In 8tanford, whniA reported alarmlne cnn.lIUnn .. ns to Virginia,,, somewhat Improved h.,M f! u t El j rt taey are not enthusiastic over with dent's veto, but the remaining members of not more than two or three thousand dolthe delegation recognizj the master stroke lars to grow up with tho Western country W. P. WALTON. of the President. u is now worth a round hundred thous- The longsheremen and freight hand ami dollars. Young man, take Grceloy's lers of New York, who haye been on a advice. Washington, Feb. 11. -- The President's EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE, The case against Hiram F. Glass for admirable message vetoing tbat wholesale strike, hastened yesterday morning to obey Eiciimond, Va , Feb. 11. To one who robbery and premium for perjury, the De the order of District Assembly No. 49 to Ihe killing of Mal Waggoner, set for Thur makes the tt.jp over that great and it is exneet. uay, was called in the examining court, pendent Tension Bill, has just been read in return to work. By P(l lt.P.1 Kllatnoan will k.it. l thoroughfare, the Chesa. the House, which ,,, ill. ID tcouuieu 118 nor I Judge Vincent Boreing, and passed till next -- -. ...- -. u.ui,a remained in session to peake & Oaio railroad, no oftener than day, tor the convenience of the CommonI it. It was the last day for him to act, mal condition do, the journey especially from Charleston, wealth in obtaining wilneses as afterwards the bill would have become a The exami- OANIflLLE, BOYLE COUNT 7. A. Va to Ilinton, is a series of surprises. law without hi signature. uauun was nau evening only two The message Towns have sprung up like miglc and for -- Rav. P.T. witnonei being used by of this l( mil., nr mn.. n..l . I .. was received about 4 o'clock. n.l th" Rev. Dr. Graves, Ilile,Lebanon, place, and ami one, the defendant the Commonwealth f ..vUU. UUiD Kun, wmea innumerable of liouse, which had fcejn frittering ita time himself, by the deexchanged m hAlHi unl.AJ. f f ,0UDUerlM are in "P- fense; the case was bridlf argued' bv Cal. wT all day in considering private pension pu'P OUnUsjr' mtioD.s.l wells are giving forth the bills, was soon seated in the nuietest alien- - -- Messrs. A. B. Robertson and A. 8. Rob- - Ewell aud Mr. Catching for the defense and ke 7eD9 Bend li0D." 'be clerk read page after page of Crli0n' Jr" "nd ' E and W. W. Wiseman, proseoution. respectively, and given to tho up their lurid lights, changing nieht almost the court, who, in a rather elaborate opinion, - ablt ni) vt,Db atqiD LIB1IC1 aiTIKl llf'RIT nw are in New York. ,..i j... L w I mio me Dimness of day. The banks of the man who has exhibited Ra John L. Smith bought Saturday aem me accused in a bond of $5,000 The following pannapbi, Mttlnt larlh more conraim tome of both the Kanawha and New rivers swarm and firmness than .,. i miogi irpi uy nny since Jackson's day from J G Rdolph 1G acres of land just for his appearance at the May circuit with people and the whole region bears court. Tho opinion is pretty general ills reasons for refusing to approve ,. "ouin oi town for M430. the impress of busy and prosperous life. measure are cogent and etronirlv exDrMnod. El Coffee and Nellie Bailee, a colored mai me icsumony did not warrant the A rarer day rarely comes in leafy June and friend and foe unite in admiration for couple, were married Saturday by Judge raising of tho original bond of $3,000. than last Wednesdiy, and everything com- - the man who Judge W.L.Brown and Col. J. W. Jones can be relied on to do his du- .L.ee, in tne county clerk's office. umeu 10 tuaise tne trip up those pictur-esqu- e ty on every and all Rev. O. A. Bartholomew on Sunday assisted County Attorney Catching in the occasions. Although CUIOCJKR, rivers intensely interesting and enthe bill was passed by over a two thirds night closed the first series of his lecture prosecution, the defense being conducted joyable. The scenery, oipecially along the majority, the veto will be sustained, as I on the Book of Reyelatiom. lie will .nnn byCjl. R. L. Ea-ell-, of this bu, and Hon New, is hardly surpassed in rugged beauty have heard many MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. begin lectures on other portions of icrip-ture- . James D. Black, of Barbourvllle. Congressmen, who foolin this country. The liver seems to ishly voted for the bill, say they will not have This was found pasted up in a blacksmith worn ita way down to its rocky bid y flo.iaad The Danville Literary Club met Fri.0. 2 MaekerU la (oo.l in ita vote now to pass it over the President's ob shop in Jackson county, Ky. "Notice centuries of ceaseless rush and the railroad jections. Had Mr. r -- -"! "iurnpff me prlc Mill. Cleveland permitted the day night at the residence of Mr. James II, De y JIaple Sjrnp I. ., ,,, pilr, M is hewn out of the hard stone of copartnership heretofore redting the tower-in- g mil to become a Jaw, it would have run our U.ter. Ihe subject discussed was "The orMose skinner is hereby re cliff.) that now confine its roaring, pension burden up to $150,000,000 a year; igin of the soul." Tho principal speakers solved. Dem what o de firm will fettle wid splashing waters. Upon this little shelf, made the roH of pensioners v. manm uooai. were Reys. J. L. Allen and E II. Pierce . larger than JIT 1 aid Jan., re p.t np b, the bf it aait were, the trains dash alonz. abant .in Federal army ever was and four times the Rev. James P. Ilendrick.of Fiemings- - me, and dem what de firm o settle wid Mose." rac.rricflbois articles. feet above the river and as dangerous as was in town last weer, the guest of it large as the whole standing army of Great Darg, IJf.lr. thoienho Iuto brro troubled nlth The girls on exhibition in appears, I am told that an accident rarely Britain. It would havegivea bad Lard to try mine i ,, , a pension to Rv. S erkes, D. D. Miss Mattle Fisher baek .Tfry poand that dor.a't It occurs, so well does the track "hug" the orery loaier wno had been in the army returned on Saturday from n visit to her New York may console themselves with the mo.t 00 entire ntl.r.ctloa. mountain. Fifteen years or more ago, while days, even if his disability was due entirely B'8ler' Mr9, 8 F" Bil ot Shelby ville. Mrs. the reflection that it is better for a girl to IhaT.Mm,, .Tj and iHmJ Ilam, Hominy. bo red headed than to have people wonassisting in the apparently almost impossi-bl- e to his own vices; put a premium Oat JWal, Shredded O.t,, on mendi Green Clay Smith has returned from a visit dering J!if.,ol, r,.iM how it happens that her hair is not undertaking of constructing this road, cancy and indolence; provided n temptation lo her daughter, a pupil of the Fan ale Jlalk.llonry and many other thlnga vihlrb I e .- All 1..1. L.. mo uiaay uarK anuI .Drown cu. not ointlon litre-cT- try fan at Nicholasville. every iiook, cranny and cliff were as famil-ia- r to perjury and tntailed a losi of resneet for lutio article flrt.cl.,s. to me as the path to Rowland is now to the brave fellows, who came to the rescue Mr. Isaac Lyons, who had the greater haired women who have evidently got the I offorievorol Coial Voir, and ray stookof Coal XIuckUnt Coat. certain Stanford topers, since our good of their country in the hour of peril. But part of his tongue removed in Cincinnati wrong uair friends, the prohibitionists, cut off their for the length of the messago I would ask several weeks ago on account of a cancer An old darkey on his knets praying for T.R. WALTON. whisky supply in town, but the march of you to reproduce it, so that all our readers ous trouble, has recovered entirely from the the Lord to save him, ejaculated in quiverMaik Hardin, late of Monllcello, C1k civilizttion and industry has changed the might see it. They can read it in the dai-lie- s operation and is now at home. He and his ing tone: and each should make it a point to se- son, Henry, will leave next Bunday for an "Deah good Land! pleae save Pom- oiTearance almost of nature itself and I felt even as a stranger in a strange land. extended trip to California. Col. James peyl Pempey's alius been a good nlggahl cure and preserve it. f, p. yf. W. Guest baa returned from a trip to MoPompey's nevah been arrested nevab Passing through the Alleghanies by a NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. stole any chickens, always been a good bile, Alabama. tunnel newly a mile long, I catch a glimpse -- Cotton crop of 1SSC jras 0,450,000 bales of ray native State and breatho acain th Nicholas McDonald has returned from christian. Please save Pompeyl Deah Chattanooga, where he had been for a week good Lawd, don't send yo' Son dis time, air of the home of Presidents and a number of of superior quality, other great men, mention of some of whom Augusta, Ga., experienced a $180,000 or more, and he says the boom is on the in- but come yo'self, for dis am no child's crease and that he had confidence enough play!" modesty forbids. To those who have never fire Saturday night. A Richmond man has made a calcula- wandered, the sensation of a return to the The republicans of Cildwell county in it to make investments in building lots scenes of a happy boyhood can not bo conhave instructed for Colonel W. O. Bradley. and other real,estate. Chattanooga nansrs nun uj wmen ne snows mat u men were of Sunday mention Rev. H. M. Linncv. late really as big as they sometimes feel there veyed by words, imperfectly as we are able It is estimated the trade decreased to paint with them. Memories, gilded in New York during the great of this place, as one of the new real estate would be only room enough in Kentucky with dealers and assign him an office in McCon-n- for two college professors, thre lawvun me iapso oi line, rush to the brain, and strike. Block. half a dozen doctors, four dry good's clerks, Ten the aged becomes a boy again in their .John Robinson, the famous showman is very dangerously ill at Cincinnati of eweet contemplation. a negro named rank Burns was shot nve Dancers, two politicians and an editor It is worth almost and killed Friday evening by David Gra-ha- of a country newspaper, mix!- - up with a every heartache that a separation from dropsy. on the Shakertown pike, three miles few city officials and one poor boy who was home and friends inducea, to experience The brewers and etationarv encmee these joyous feelings of return, even though of New York failed to strike as they were north of town. Alfred Graham and M.rfc married to some rich man's ugly girl. At ne'e lines, like mine, have fallen in pleas- ordered. Crittenden, all colored, are accused of being times, even with this limited number, there Congressman Allen, of Mississinnl. hi. accessories. David Graham surrendered would be clashing. ant places. Richmond Herald. 232 FOUU1H AYESCE, Save extensive iron works at Lowmoor, the reputation of being the funnv man of andisiniiil. There had been Not Too Much to Ask. Tramp (whose between the parties for some time on acwmco nas grown in a short decido to a the House. request for food had been denied) -"- Well, Mrs. Henry Wood, the English novel- count of a dispute about a pair of boots. town of considerable dimensions and prema'am, would you let me sleep in the e was something of a preacher, or tentions, and Longdale, turning out each ist, author of EistLynne, died in London Burns lot back of Ihe barn if I won't make David Graham's friends claim tbat Thursday, aged 67. 600 to 000 tons of ' from ner week, hnt any noise?" "Boodle" Alderman O'Nsil. of Kw he will be able to establish a clear caie of little change is noticeable along the line of 1 don't mind Woman "Ye-es- , S.-FI- NE lettin' ye The two accomplices wer r. the road. Unfortunately for Virginia, the lore:, goes to Sing Sing for four and a half GOODS do that." years for having sold his vote on the Broad- rest baturday evening and are in jail road runs, with a few exceptions, along a Tramp (appealingly) -"- Well, one ining way 8urface franchise. ridge of the poorest section of the State, " " and , LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. more, before I say good night. William McElroy. colored, who nnr. io a man useu to tne fertile fields of the -- R. D. Hill, Eq , of Williamsburg, was Would you haye gardenspotoftheworld.it looks as if it dered Walter Mart, in Henderson county want to catch the li has been sentenced to death, the execution here Friday. would be impossible for any great number -- N. Y. Bun. of people to subsist upon the crops that are to occur Friday, May 13. Mt. Vernon and other little wav sta -Donlor In- How to make "marsh mallows": Dis- Rase Daly, a young woman, gave birth tions can have night mails; what's the mat forced by eternal vigilance and harder to solve one half pound of gum arable in one an illegitimate child at Eiat Grant,.' ter with a city the slzs of London having licks, to grow out of the thin soil. But pint or water, strain and add one half they do live, and well, and are aDnarentlv Conn . and immediately cut its head off them too? Glass-auwith a table-knif- e as happy aa the more favored ones A. D Noel, Deputy Grand Dictator, pound of fine sugar, and place over the and put it in a stove. of our The Hon.SamNunn, the Knights of Honor, is here, with a view to ure, siirrlng constantly until the syrup is own 1'lue grass section. After all, though, statesman of Crittenden county, who gained organising a lodge. There are plenty of dissolved and all of the consistency of it is pot what a man has, but what he enjoys, that makes him contented and happy, considerable reputation in the last L?gtsla. (k)nights, but don't know about the honey. Add gradually tho whites of four eggs well beaten. Stir the mixture until it and the Virginians seem to get all the good ture, is a possible candidate for tho Senate. honor. The Knights of Labor have purchased Alex Sevier, of Madison, was in town becomes somewhat thin and does not adhere out of life. Feuds, so common in Ken- lucky, and which decimate so manyfami-lie- s property in Philadelphia, pavinu thi.rAfVr Sunday, on his way to Barbourvillc, which to the finger. Uavor to taste, and pour in- Lexington Roller Mills' Cream VI... mi 7. best Cr.nned Ooodi. Fresh CnndiPTnrn:.,ii' A"u.r'-.in- o j,vw, anu will occupy it as the general place he expocts to mako his headquarters to a tin sliehtlv dusted with nnwrl.r.,1 there, are almost unknown here. Muriiauaun8 ni Ways on hand, Fall stock of freh goods in over department headquarters of the order of the Uoited and travel for J. M. Robinson A Co., Lou starch, and when cool divide into imiall ders are rare and when one is csmmiltsd fquares. W. M. WATER8, Salesman. the good people, through their courts, de- States and Canada. isville. Newton Harrod, in defense of his Tax Imtek-Btatmand and enforce the excellent old bibli. Col. J. W.Jones has bought of Judge Commerce Bill cal doctrine ol an eye for an eye and a mother, is reported to have shot his father, R. Boyd the property known as the Carrier Why, anybody ought to know that it's the eorgo uarrou, three times last Thursday, lot, for which he paid $500. He has the short haul that costs the most. It isn't tooth for a toolb. I have not been in the Capital of the ill- - at Bild Knob, in Franklin county. The prettiest site in town and expects to haye a uvxcocaij iu tuujem iongrees io tell us wounds are not fatal. that. (It isn't necessary to convene Conhandsome residence erected shortly. starred, but alwaysto-be-Iove- d Southern Jacob Miller, who claimed to have Judge R. Boyd left Saturday morning gress to tell us anything we don't know for Confederacy, long enough to note all the great improvements that new life and re- b2en robbed at Atlanta of $27,600 belong, for Pineville, Bell county, where the first that matter; it never does anylhine of the doubled energy have infused in it, but have ing to the Q lakers at Union Villa. OMn court of his second round commenced Mon kind.) Youeeel am sitting in a railway seen enough to know that the seemingly is denounced as a fraud and an inventor of day. The Judge is giving very general parlor car down in Maine writing a postal-car- d to a friend in Oregon. Now, if I can satisfaction and making a most excellent overdrawn picture recently presented in lies, jvniier has been arrested. get that Icard to the mail-caThe Commissioner of Pensions has record. Harptr's Weekly, of the growth of its indue-trie- s oniy Beven ahead of me the Government Revs. Ragan and McClure closed a aro by no means exaggerated. To ubo made a requisition for $18,780,000 for Ihe UI fbubiods ouj March 4 nexL very successful protracted meeting a popular Western pbrars, Richmond ii on at East will carry it 3,000 miles for one cent. That a boom and all of its varied interests are This will be the largejt payment ever made Bernstadt a few days ago and stormed the is the long haul. But it costs me a quar looking up, property increasing in value and in one quarter of the United States Gov, works of the enemy here Friday night at ter to get tne porter to carry it to the That's tbe short haul, Then the the Methodist church, in a series of breezy everything tends to the belief that the "good ernment. -- On learning that the President had d sermons, which may continue for several porter loses it on his way or forgets all time coming" is at hand. As usual the peoabout it. That's the ehrlkage. And there the Dependent Pension bill, Governor days. ple are excited over an issue, lately it was McCreary said: "This is a feather in Cleveyou have the wholo transportation problem II still I fill in cr thn nlJ . . Hon. W. R. Ramrev attended court at the Stale debt and the payment of taxes 1fl.l. nr.Trnn Burdette. w!lh coupons, but now it is the repaal of land's cap, and it will him. It h.. McKee, Jackson county, last week. He in in a nutshell. i. do.thKd to make It much tha' the internal revenue tax on tobacco, and made aim invincible before the country. forms us that the republicans of that counDon't bny a pump until von There is only one spirit that achieve a ty instructed their delegates to vote for great success. The good democrats will tell you with great He did the right thing." Bna'ior,'cnt- man who seeks only ting boxes bny tho SECTION CUTTPn Mayor Cooper, of Atlanta, and a party Colonel O'Bradley for governor, and also U ECONOMIST emphasis tbat unless it is removed Virginhow to make himself mot useful, whose aim IIANOES, NEW ARIZONA COOK Also a general line of Hardware, Groceries. ia, North Carolina and perhaps Tennessee of Aldermen from tbat city are in Chicago gave Mr. Rimsey the compliment of an ento render nlmself Indispensable to his . ... - n Snit will be lost to us in 1888. I never saw a on offioial business. The Mayor, who is an dorsement for the Senate. employer, whose whole being is animated w.11. Ml' ckINNey i states that dnmkon. Miss Sara E. Randall returned from with tbe sentiment so unanimous as this, nor a more purpose to fill the largest possible auuuht WEiumoKR. ( Ble"uea. decided feeling of antagonism towards our ucw is as prevalent as ever in Atlanta, and the convention of the Women's Christian place in tbe walk assigned to him, has in great Kentuckisn, Carlisle, for his refusal that no thirsty man need suffer for lack of TemperanceJUnion at Stanford, Thursday. me exhibition of that spirit a guarantee of nquor, Miss Cdchrane, who accompanied Miss Ran- success. Jle commands the situation m1 to reoopoiza a member with a bill to ra- The St. Paul road will discontinue the dall to the latter place, stopped off at Plea-an- t movejhtj war tax from their favorite weed. shall walk in the light of prosperity all his Valleyjwith friends, while Mrs Catch dayB. Onthoother hand the man who The onerous tariff on the necessities of life issuing of passes to any but bona fide rail-roa- d acceph employes after the Interstate until Saturday even the unwholesome advice of tho e ing did not return is entirely lost sight of In this one desire demagogue law becomes effective. It is nainfnl ing. (or tree tobacco. and seeks only how little he may do, and how A Ore alarm startled the denizens her easy Our trip hither was rendered the more to contemplate the distressing condition of he may render his place and not lose enjoyable by the courtesies of old friends, memoeraortbe Legislature living along Friday morning, which, when promptly an- his employment altogether, is unfit for eer those of Capta. W. C. Moody and P. A. n the St. Paul when this order goei into ef- swered by the excited populace, developed vice. As soon aa there is a supernumerary fect. the roof of J. and E. Hackney's large deserving esepecial mention, The foron the list ho becomes disengaged as least -- Virginia is in great financial straits. dry goods establishment on fire, Prompt mer is now mine host of the Clifton Forge Prominent farmers at the Farmers' A.m. and vigorous volunteer service soon extin vaiuaoie io ms employer. The man who Hotel and the latter the most popular and bly, in session at Danville, represent the guished tho flames, with no damage, except is airaia oi doing too much is near of accommodating conductor on the O. & O. State as on the border of kin to him who seeks to do nothing, and ruin, a considerable hole It was a joy indeed to us to find that our use is reported as bavine said thaiand Gov. burning of onejhouse in the "rufl." The was begot In the same family. They are tH, s. means the destruction little niece, the bright little Ella Lee, lees money in the hands of neither of them in the remotest degree a the of the entire town, with an unfavorable daughter of Mrs. I N. Vaughan, who visit- than at any other time relation to the man whose willingness to since the surrender wind, which is usually Mowing at such do evervthinp nnaihl n Ma t...u ed us spring and made so many friends at Appomattox, .i times. him at the head of tho activo list. Stanford, uui,ra " " emeriaineu oi Her recover, 15, 1887 though the doctors state her chances as one in twenty. I run up to Washington to raornw for a fair days, an i you may hear from us again from there. W. P. W. -- Meesrs. Taulbee, Wolfotd and Wads- . . . wor m.o .,- - Kanfnrirv fATAr.iiM -- .i end for the Dependent Pension Bill ? and I .... ln. h! s OlJnT wuT" uu, Tl V,B "Jn". mr. Vttld the PresI .""""' section only a few years isu nils ago m Mr Q . ' w T..7i .. "u ' ', tt't daughter, v ed ......l .... - -, X'XiEASE ltEAl T. R. WALTON. ., u """ res-rv- rs red-head- ,, ul ' Col-leg- -- $25,-000,0- el t m WALSH, THE TAILOK, P. EXCLUSIVELY. ten-acr- LOUISVILLE, W ma-am- vztj&ssj. J OE F. WATERS Queensware, Etc. d .,...Bi,.( Heavy & Fancy Groceries, red-head- Main Street, - Stanford, Ky. e OLIVER PLOWS! -- r car-leng- ths i'"'tu pos-talca- r. ve-tie- W. II. IIIOGJTIY 8T'&; tphtdt t..- monpontF97919 tl " Wall Paper, Com-merc- Ca-so- n Furniture, -- .9jjttgKJBxj Cases, Caskets, Kobes, Stanford. lt fan. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAREHT, rwuiitjiiini u -- " ' ' 'iA a miL tfh&m'iS,;: 1 wmy iii fmv f!ynfl,W'W"l?'-'"- ' wyyww wwmt jwagag'tftSV'lV.tyfjritWW'J fi;iwmpl!r--'""'tIT"'f"'- '' ..,. .,,.... Stmi-S8echIin(crioron- ...... j.. . - .. . The born are preparing for a hop 221. on the Stanford, Ky., B. O. WALTON, February 15, 1887 Salt and Coal, -- Will soil 7 btialcl barrels of salt at $150, Coal always on hand. Iitaao Hamilton, Hiwland si - DuslnoBB Managor. I. AN. Mall LOCAL TIME CARD. North- Houtb Houth train going Bznrcsa train" ' rjJ8r. Mu. Buunside is security for 1 HiiH 2 1U,H Quartermaster Mackey, who has been sued Worh..... m ve li calculated on standard time. Bolar in the United 8 ales District Court of Ken Th4 mtli about 20 minutes laattr tucRy. Gov. McCrenry has gotten a stay of proceedings Trom lite Attorney General un LOCAL NOTICES. m. .. 3 10 r. m. my entiro stock lo the room lately occupied by the Commercial Hotel bar and am prepared to wait on any ono wishing something to eat. J . T, Harris. . HAVE moved m I Eijak til October. g (jrocor for the Cincinnati Walnut Loos Wanted. -- I will pay Co.'h cracker- am) cakei, the highest omket price in caah for A Fine selection of comic and nentimen walnut logs and lumber or will buy the tal Talentioea at Peony & McAHaterV. walW ATonra and Jowolry repaired on ihor timber in the tree Anyone haying by Penny A McAlia nut to dispone of and will notify me of the notice and warranted r. amount, quality and where located I will Attehtioh. Loaded Car- come and see it. A, C. Sine. tridge, till nil's of "hot, t Penny & Mo AliatcrV. TrtB cry of firu brought out our people A coHri.ETB stock of jewelry, latest Saturday evening by tho hundreds. Some style. Itockforu watchea a tecli.lty. fen one had said that B. K. Wearen'a dwelling nr A McA Hater. was on fire and tho usual routine of ringing of belle, etc., was gone through with. On PERSONAL. iuvesligation it was found that the sup11. E. IIlackman, of Somerset, is here. posed fire was a small red flig which some J. W. AbCOitN. EiQ. went to London of Mr. Weareu's children had playfully Sunday. put on the top, of his bouse. Mitts ANNir. Hale ia qui to eick with lis-kin- Asicyour Dodge, who planned no nicely for all that tlon of tho great nrtories of new and scanning with critic il acumen the claims of each was needful. Mrs Djdgoisa true, christian woman, possessing rare qualities of ambitious paragraph to a place in his conseheart and mind. As there wa no further crated column. Tho philosophic "AI,"cool, bunineca a motion was niado to adjourn. dignified and concentrated, looked ns II his Boforo adjournment the Indies gave a few tuneful rout wai rapt with the rythtn of th momenta to say what the W O T. U had typo-- as ecli clickel its note of triumph done for them, after which they all clasped when it fell into his unerring composing hands and joined in singing "Blest be the stick, "Keller," the representative dude lie that binds." Prayer by Mra. Ni&ld. of the 19, h century, litd folded and laid Mass meetings were held each evening. away nls admiration of the girls, clothed Monday night Mrs. Nield spoke on prohi- his li'imlsomn coun'ennnce in the habill bition. Tuesday evening Mrs. Dodge pre- ments of solemn thought and was glvinc hie sented the subject of Women and Women's entire being to tb3 preparation of a proof Work. Tuesday evening Mrs. Nield spoke that would defy the marring pencil of the of the W. O. T. U , Its origin and aim,.but most reuioraelfsi corrector. And "Will," a; usual clo-ewith prohibition. The fol- the modest, retiring, but tried and true, was lowing resolution, were offered and leceiv athla post nuonlentatiously but faithfully ed a rising vote of adoption from delegates performing lit part in the harmonious present: quartette, W. P. W. may well feel erne fietolved That we tender our heartfelt that ths Journal will be nursed as kindly thanks to Mrs. Bronaugh and Mra, Siver as an infant, during his cbsence. d Ly'ifriiyraaawfca 7 of Pi tfl"! (nWf ft Tfrsf FOR PITCHER'S R5? Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful Paia-Curthe world has ever known. io?sssffiKirttt wjg7iiiir7 i" i?t3SJ3sxsBmvxvFxmjaaiiBpmvm er . Hunter, ance, committee on reception, and to the people of Stanford for their hearty welcome and christian hospitality. 21 That we tender our sincere thanks to the pastor, nfGcers and congregation of the Christian church for the use of their house of worship during the sessions of ronven tlon and for our mass meeting. RELIGIOUS. IM YNESBURO, LINCOLN COUNTY. Mn. William Burton Is brin. disturbKoonis went to L;ala-tIII- b ed by thlevei who steal in a email but conFuut'. AnsEit tinual way his harnem and his chickens and Sahmlnv. Dn J. B. OwiLEV hn returoelfrom a turkoys. They steal only one or two chickens or turkeys nt time, but mike their buainc.M trip to Louinvillci fieitd too frrqient for Mr Burton's peas W. (J, I)UNI..U of the Danville wa in town Friday, lire. Oj Saturday night they capped tho a climax by tleini; n Urgo fence rail to the Col W.a. Wktjii U iurt tail of a fine herio owned by him and' the buiiniM trip to Louisville. Mi8IUchki. Given, of Htntonvllle, animal btcamo so frightened that when be tliemuu)M. Trih-vne, m J.-j- is with Mica Lncy Uurton, Mits Al Jones, of Wayne ootintr, wan the Rtiwt of Mrs. W. 0, Kiney. now conduc Cait. V. Johnson, was running at a rapid rate he fell and of bis legs no that he will likely be of service no more. Mr. Burton will be prepared for tho nscala if they call on him hurt ons tor en the Miesirtippl Valley railroad, here. Mu, J am eh T, Caimon has returned ftom an extended trip through the South for bla house. Mu and Mm. A. K. Hundley, of Boyle, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mm, Kabert McUa!tt Mn. and Miw. 0. C. Duncan, of Wayne county, are Ylilllnij the family of Mr. J. N. Meoefee. Miss Annie Alcokn ia on a viait to grand parenU, Mr. and Mn. William her Kindrick, at Somerset. Mb. A. O. BhYAN, representing the wholesale grocery firm of Pearson & Clark, Lexington, was here yesterday. Ma James Nall, of Jacksonville, Tenn,, ia visiting his slater, Mm. A. 3. Paz too, who, we are glad to note, ia improving. (Joy. McCntAnY Introduced CjI. W. P. Walton, the worthy alitor of the Stanford Inteiuoh Journal, to the President this morning. Col. Walton wai exceeding ly well pleased with the Chief of the White Washington correspondent Lou Houm. iivllle Times. Thb following gentlemen of this place went to Danville Friday night to assist in the initiation of a number of Danville people: J. A. Allen, T. L. t'helton, N. li. Elmore, 'William Diugherty, D. Klaiw, Peter Hamton, W. II Holderman, A. A. Warren, J F, Waters, M. F. Elkin, Piter Btraub, W. R. Veach, A. C Sine and S. 8 Myera. Grand Master Elliott was present tnd the pcatlenua report a moat delightful occaaku iOCAL ia again. The first W.C. T. U. District Conven- The annual American Bible Society meeting for Lincoln county was held at the Christian church Sunday. Dr. Savage waa prernt and the meeting was one of interest. Dr. Sivaga preached at the Methodist church Sunday night. A collection was taken up at each church to which the congregations responded liberally. There was a laro congregation nt the Baptiat church Sunday morning and much interest was manifested in the meeting. SX7 ADYEBIISCHCRrB. Rev. Percy G. Elsom preached on Pardon , its necesuty and conditions. At tho close of the sermon two joined the church and If. K. TAY&UK, several stood for prayer. The church on la a CandM'to or Saturday at its business meeting unani- Of LOGAN COUNrY,Public Instruction, tbe office subject ofHupcrlntemlont of mously called Mr. Eiaom as its pastor to the Democratic yuteConroat Ion. though his time as supply hvl not expired. DEATHS. Mr. W. Nilea, uf Iudiaua, haa moved into cur town and is teaching a select school We are with our brother democrats of McKincey, who are for Joe Paxton for onr next representative. Joe has many friends at Wayneaburg, who would like to see him become a candliUte and we hope Le may. The protracted meeting here carried on by i.evs Coleman and Maxey, has resulted so far in 20 additions to the church. Bro Coleman ban gone home and Maxey is carrying it cm. The church called Rev. V. W. Maxy, of Texas, as pator for the next year, on last Saturday. His whole heart is Ho will move with his young in the work wife to this plscft. Queen and Crescent Route. Railway.) (Cincinnati Now Orloans nnd Toxas Pacific Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South Eftst, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. IIKA.I) Dally Dally. Ex. Bun. 7 55 a io 10 02 a in 10 22 am 10 43 am 4 IMUV'.N. No. 7. iu;,i vv. TKAIN.SNOKTJI. STATIONS Dally. Ho I. Daily. 40.1. I TUA INS b()U I'll. No. . No ,t. Daily. No 4, No. C. No, 8. Dallr. )Kx Sun Daily. Dally. 1103 11 11 12 20 35 am a in a to 03 p m 7 05 p m 7 8.5 pm 8 02 8 4t p m 8 09 pm 9 10 pm pu Uitpui 8 10 p iu 7 55 a in 10 52 pin 10 51 a m 1120 pm 11 30 a in 11 54 a m 12 33 p m 12 S3 a m 12 47 pm 12 53 a iu 2 42 j) ni 2 27 a m Mpm 325 p m 1 3 53 GISpm 1 30 a m pin ... .... 8 0S am 7 49 pin I 3 00 a ni 825 ami 5 10 p mi 12 B39m 5Ipra .'U 7 30 p in am lvc.Mnclnnatl ...vVt C n p m 10 25 am 0 43 am 5 00 p in 4 SGptn1 7 2 am 4 is a m 2 01 p m Georgetown Islington 415pm 7 01 a in 4 05 a m 13.5 pm 3 53 v in G 27am,t3 33a in 101 pia Klcholujvilla -- ..., 1223 pm -- HarroOsburg Junction.. 3 25 p m i" Ham1' 1212 pm 312 pmf' 32a in 2 Ma DauTlllo 1201 pm 5 21 a m 2 45 a City Junction 302pm 10 42 am Kings Mountain . ... CliatUuw ga Birmingham ........ ......Meridian boaiersBt ..Oakdale .. . "iSSpsii,..., ...; 9 3u a m 705 a in tuiaw 10 45 a m .... 8 25 ami.... 12 50 am..., 9 11pm .... 120a ni 3 50am 00 p m 0 05 a m 7 10 pm, 10 15 am 10 C New Orleans .. , C40 pm .... 10 40 p mu... 315 a m 2 35 8 20 a in 8 0")p m MATTERS. Lent brgina on the 22 J. went up on time yei'cr-day- . Tun piy train thelateHt style by Will King. Haik cirrnsu and shavini - done. In tho i A nruT clam buccv mare and a Jersey m cow and calf for sale. Mrs M. E. Prewltt. OrtANara 25 cents a doxen; bananas 30 cente a dcuu; apple 15 cents a dezin, at 8. 8. Myers. Adout 200 yards of secondhand carpet in good condition for sale. Apply to 8. S. Myers or B O.AIford. The Presbyterian parsonage has been bought by Mr. Hugh Seargenl for $1,700 and will be occupied by Mr. Lucien M. Lasley. tion of Kentucky waa called to order in the Cbrlatian church at this place Feb, 8.h by Mrs. L. A. Nield. After a bible Trading conducted by Miss Randall, and prayer, the delegates present from Biyle, Garrard, Marion Madison, Laurel and one from each church in Stanford proceeded in the regular buiinesa. Mra. Dodge waa elected Prea., Mies Fleecie Cook, Secretary. The remainder of the forenoon waa devoted to appointing Committees and other business matters. After prayer the convention adjourned to meet at 2 r. v. The afternoon eeaalon was opened with devotional exercises by Mra. Pearce. Mrs. Yancey then read a paper, "How to Keep the Biya at Home in the Evening." A general and very interesting discussion followed this important subject. A letter was then read from Mrs Carter, State Organ! zer, showing the necessity of juvenile work. This was discussed by the ladies; suggea tlons made aa to the best method of reaching the children and plans made for better work in this line. Mrs. Nield then presen ted the subject of county orgnnfsttlon; in eieting upon the local presidents doing this work without waiting for Stato organic er. A question box waa then passed and questions were answered by the ladies most interested in the special lines of work Af ter prayer tho convention adjourced to meet at 10 A. M., Wednesday. Promptly at 1 the convention waa exil Djvotional ed to order by the President. exercises conducted by Mis Duncan The en: ire forenoon waa taken up with the road ing and discu'slon of constitution, by hwe and adoption of resolutions. Afternoon meeting was opened by Mm. Durnctt reading a portion of scripture, fol lowed by Mra. Porco and Mn Yanrey in prayer. The convention then proceeded to elect officers for the year. Miss Rindall waa almnst unanimously elected president on first billot. Aasho waj S;ate Rec. 8ec and Supt. of Heredity and ny-glc- no she felt that aho could not do tho ad dltlonal work and positively declined to accept. After several indecisive ballots Mrs. Yancey was elected. Next Mrs Dodgo wai elected Cjr. Secretary and Mins Cooko Rec. Secretary and Mrs. Nitld Treasurer. These ofihera will ho duly Installed at the next annual meeting. The ladies seemed not at all excited by the unusual privilege of voting and quietly resumed the cn-til- PEARSON & CLARK, Mr. J. G, Seargent, one of Lincoln county's beet citizens, died at his home Sunday of blood poison, in his 70th year. He LEXINGTON, KY. had been confined to his bed for about three weeks and bis death was not a surprise 13 Ss Xt Main 203-a to those who had been with him in his and had aeen him suffer moat intensely, all of which he bore without a murmun trusting in the Lord and believing that He AND moves in a mysterious way his wonders to ! perform. Mr. Seargent wu a member of the Christian Church, joining in his early Ilaitng rental the stable on Depot street, I am to train lirk hone on reasonable youth, and waa a moat devont chriatian. prepared Ccuntr Court dsr trade solicited. terms. ne waa born in Albemarle county, VirJOnXJJ. CARPEXTEtt, BUnftrd, Ky. 203m. ginia, hut has spent tbe greater portion of his life in Kentucky. The Interior Journal extends its aympathlea to the bereaved. Hopkinsville papers will please copy. 1 hare a 8 A IF MILL running on my place Wholesale Grocers West Street. 1355 am! ,., 730 am! 0 45 p ml, 7 10 p ni, ......Meridian .....Vlckiburg ....JihreTeport- -. ..T. P Junction am 73)p m 15 7 50 a m am No. 9 leaves Oakdale dally except Sualar. t5 it a. M, Arriylnz at lcaroa Chattanooga at3.00r.il., arriving at OakdiloatO 4) p. m. Mann Boudoir Bullet Sleping drs on all through trains. JOITN C. OAULT, Qen'l Manager, It, CARROLL Uen'lHupl, W. W. WELLS, Buperlntendent, Somerset, Ky. Chattaniizt at .1 Pass. A 9.16. No, 8 R. X. RYA.N, Asit. Oen'l H. roLt-BKA- Oen'l Frt. Frt. Agt Pasi. Agent; Livery, Training, Feed, SALE STABLE General Offices, St. Paul Building, West Fourth 31 rest, Cincinnati, Ohio. PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOWIIl FOR SAIE. 201-3- 1. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Fifty tons of hay ready baled, for " John Bright, Stanford. Fon 8ALE 8ome nice clover hay for caws. Apply to S. P. Slagg. 1C 1,150-poun- (b, near the toll gate on Somerset pike. Will do custom sawing and will always hare on hand all kinds of lumber, which I will sell at very reason able rates. M, H. BAVQUOlJiX. EC. Montgomery sold to J. M. Moore head of cattle at 4 cents, A good Jack for sale Apply lo R II, Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. J. C. Beatty, of Somereet, bought in this and Garrard county 10 yearling mules at $C0. FOR CASH ONLY ! I will sell for tua next 30 V.IX8 uiy entire stock of Clothing and Men's besrj boots AT COST. Brown Cotton 7 cents per yard; C lbs. bcatQreon Coffee for SI; 17 lbs best N. O. Sugar for ft; boit I'latd Uuttous, 8 conts per jard, and all other g'jods at reduced prices jr. 201lm. Crab Orchard, Ky. ir. JA31R8, ! For Sale A splendid milk cow and R. E. a young calf. Terms reasonable. Barrow, Stanford. Dr. J. B Oivsley tells us that the ecar-ct- ty of hogs in the West bos caused a considerable look up in that buelneej in Louie-vlll- e. sd asWe have sortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesita tingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. jTtft stock and best much the largest wtitm tm PUISJLIC SAXiE Having sold my Farm, I will on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 22, 1887, At my latn "n the Stanlord and Mr W B Hawkins sold to Gibson A ii.KQ'iiv resUonrc. mite, JtUUl IUV lUJIUlT Mill HUU iuiu,'fnii car-loof corn from his Lin 1 miles from tho tatter place,) sell at public aucCrawford a tion all of ray personalty, consisting In part of coin county farm nt 15 cents per bushel. $3 Head of Ewe with Lambs, 3 Fouthdown This corn Is frotr his last year's crop, which Bucks, some joung Cittle, Cows, Cairo. 16 head of duoaU, Ac. A l.o all iny Farming u ten produced 70 bmbels pur acre. Somerset alls, Including 1 new Wood Hinder, hss only cut Reporter. Ono Wood MowOTer about 30 acres of ground. er, run two seasons, Oue Hay Tress, hasd powHUST0NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. 8llie, youngest daughter of James K, er, one tipiiog Wagon, riows. .le.. also Household and Kitchen Furniture. Tonus made known 291td.j T. on day of Sale, hOSTEll. Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will And a NO. 5 CHAMPION, tho Plow oi all Plows for such work, they are almost indestructible. We have various kind of plows and at all kinds of prices. Wo can suit any one that will give our assortment an investigation. We have a few Sulky Plows we will sell at very low prices. J. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Hayden, mention regular business. Albx 8mitii, the negro who cut Hort A paper on Young Women's Work, which was made in of pre- our laBt issue, was cleared in Judge Carson' court Friday. line of window shades, of all colors. We will make them to order on application. Prices very low. B. K. Wearen. -HI Thomas Shacklekoiid, charged with murder in Harlan county, and who has been in Sail here for oome time, was releaa ed on a $1,000 bond Friday. We have a nice new " Fon Sale, My house and lot situated near the engine House on the Crab Orchard pike at lowland. Terms made known on " application. Mrs. Kato Dudderar. I would be glad if would come in and mako your seleo you tlon of my spring stock aa early as posai ble. My stock ia of batter selection this year than ever before. II. C. Rupely. llll " Laiikin Steward, a negro boy, who is noted for jumping off nnd on trains, while in motion, came very neir being killed in that way Saturday, ne wanted to Meal a little ride and got on the train as it left the depot. Ho rode levoral hundred yards and in trying to get off his foot caught and he ww dragged a short distanco, but was not 'hurt, antnall gsh In hl head being the only hjitry ho received. To My Customeiu. pared by Miss Young, of Danville, was read by Miss Robinson. It received the hearty commendation of tho convention Misa Randall then presented the subject of hygienic food and dress. So forcibly, clearly and logically did sho discuss the subject that she carried her audience with her and wo believo every woman present gained new and practical ideaa on the subject with a determination to carry them out in her own home and life, Here we learned the object of the W. C T U. was not merely to take pledges to help save the drunkards, but to raise women to a higner physical standard and thus elevate tho human race. Bro. Yancey moved that the paper be re quested for publication. The motion was warmly seconded by all the ladles and wu hope lo eee it soon in n more permanent The convention moved to allow form Mrs. Nield time to organize a union in Stanford. Thin busineaa was conducted as expeditiously as possible and resulted in the organizitlon of a Bmall but earnest Women's Christian Temperance Union. Officers, Mrs. Burneft, President; Miss Iva Smiley Rec. Secretary, and vico presidents from eaoh church in Stanford, After prayer by Mrs. Dodge the convention then resumed routine work. Tho succeas of the convention was duo to tho earnest and onersetlc labors of Mrs. Q McCormack, deceased, died Thursday morn ing. Rev. J. C. Randolph proposes to preach next Siturday night and twice Sunday at tbe Presbyterian church. The undulations of tho "cold wave" have sensibly disturbed the equanimity of our atmosphere, and cut us off entirely from neighborhood news. Had the pleasure of making the hearts e, of several teachers glad last week at Stanford and Crab Orchard. Other claimants can by sending in their claims to Hustonyllle, or orders where the claim has not beeu Issued, cm get their checks by return mall, The writer would love to ba a pilgrim preacher now. Goorge Birnea appetizing letter on the subject of Southern cookery and hospitality haa given such an impetus to culinary art and critical and profuBO catering that we are constantly repeating tho sentence: "Blessed is the man who has the privilege of feasting away from home!" G. M.Giveus got btck from Atlanta, Saturday, having disposed of his shipment of mules satisfactorily. Uriah Dunn iaback from South Ciroliua renewing his acqiniu tance with his family. Miss Molllo Mas tcrsou, of Cincinnati, i. at her couoln's, Dr. Alcorn, for a short visit before joining her brother, who haa taken a highly remunerative position in 8', Louis. I looked in Siturday on tho office of the Interior Journal, expecting to find, in the absence of the editor, a sort of typo gropblcal saturnalia, but was surprised to fiad the utmost order, quiet and industry prevailing. ''El" wia weiring with Impsr turbable dignity the blushing honor of editor, watching with eagle eye each pulsaIIus-tonyill- CoimuiH8ioner8 Sale ! M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Drnsrs, CheuilcnlB, VALUABLE LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Jones L. Adams, administrator and others Plain-tltf- r ts. Jones L. Adams' Heirs, Ac, Defendants, In Equity. of Oarrard Circuit As Matter Commissioner Court and pcrsuanlto a decree In said Court rendered In the aboTo styled case at Its January Torm 1887, I will on tbe & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. ITS Wall Pnpor, Soaps, XJEA.I-13K- 3 FEBRUARY 24TH, 1887. bid- Faints, On tbe premises sell lo the highest and best der on credits ol six, twclyeand eighteen months In equal payments tho Jaud in the pleadings men The Jones L. Adams farm in Honed, towlt: Oarrard county, on Dlx river and on the Danrllle, NlcholasTille A Lexington Turnpike Road, about Smiles from Lancaster and 5 miles from Dan-Tll- le, adjoining tho lands of A. J. Rice J. 8. Johnson and others, known as OllsT Wines, Liquor BooIih, Clgaro, Stationery, Mnslcnl ' InHlrnoniont, JLauipH, rerfumerj', TolmccoH, Fire Arms, Pocket Cntlerj, Machln Needles. Genuine C. O. Salts in Bulk at Wholesale and retail. OLIFFE HOME of ABOUT 510 AOEES 01 Oood Farming and Grazing Land in a high state of cultivation, well watered and well lmpror ed, with excellent residence and all tho necessary Bald outbuildings, barns, stables, orchard, Ac. land will bo sold la a body or In parcels to suit purchasers. TERM 1: Tho purcbaferwill ba required to execute bonds payable lo the Master Commissioner with surety to be approved by him. bearing 6 per cenl. Interest from day of salo until paid and having the forco and elVect ol a Judgment, and a Hen and Books, retained uron land fjr tho purchase money. HO. MWXXY, Master Commlisloner. DBTossesslon of farm will be glveu as soon as Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. terms ot sale Is compiled wlth"VU rviisio)- Penny m i PHARMACISTS, 5ftfiOT ,f a Drugs, Stationery Fancy Artic.es. 9LI C WIL V'lla r K. ). At the same tlmo and place the'e will also A fine young be sold tho following property, jsik, four valuable brood mares,throo yearling colts two or three Oood Work Mules, four No. l Mllca Cows, three high breed Poland China Hogs, FarmThe Largest Stook of Watches, OlockH, ing Implements, lncludlcg Hulky Plows, two Binders, (one new one) Ac,, Household and Jewolry and Silverware Kitchen Furniture, one Plana. Pn niton and HarAMEltlOA ADAM8, ness. Ever bought to this market Prices Lowsr lhani HkaSIEO ADAMS. (200-t- . d.) Lancaster. Ky., Teb 2, 1897. paired on sboit notice and Warranted. JEWELERS. rn i i ' in ' r-- 1 '- ." M fc 1 r:. . - - , 'inn'mni it iTymsrr-ai- m - .. tsii.1i : frrsi' miiii imm'si ia -- " .fit, fm immiim 1 . A--.-- '.Hji.v.. faaaii ,duHm , JffiA.ftt' jjAjj TyrawrHv 7 " - ClrriS 3WBSiB i.jninn i'i ' h1"1""" ' 1 8 3( I i k 111 in i ' M i i i M ll k . into mlt, and tho light shone full on, and tinted with silver tho black hair and bead of tho culprit, and thero camo from tbo forest tho loud, sknrp crash of n rifip, which cut Although 1 lincl lwen a niembor of tho X through tbo air with an ominous ulilz bar for many years, ruid know personally and One could soo tho horso turn and suddenly officially nearly all tho judges of tho stato and stop, the rider throw up his arms in wild deof tho federnl courts, I had never mado tha spair or pain, and then fall backward to tho acquaintance of that perambulating tribunal ground with a thud that shook the earth and I went presided over by Justice Lynch until made oven the followers of Judgo Lynch to reside for a few months in a neighboring tremble Thero was an instantaneous rash state, w hero minor has it that Judge Lynch of tho mob to whero tho body was lying iu mado hb debut. tbo road, and it was picked up and laid upon The meeting camo about this way. Thero tho aldowalk for inspection. Tho inquest wu hod boon a long and orpcnsl vo Judicial season short, as tho fitful light of tbo lanterns showed Mnllory Jock, tho criminal law atXj and that a hole had boon mado in his hoad wido ycr, had avl another victim from tho enough to lot out Bill's wretched llfo, and tho sword of justice. Tho namo of tho tlnnor half closed eyes looked coldor and cruolor who was snatched from tho hands of tho than ever. hangman was Black Dill. Bill was exceed"Dad and no mistake, chP was tho eager ingly handy with his pistol, nud on this occainquiry, as each constituent of Judgo Lynch's sion had shot and killed the conductor of ft his court court examined and assured hlmsolf that tbo street car becauso ho persisted in trying to As I scanned rather hastily tho crowd, I people's mandate had boon perfectly exocutcd. clicollect the car faro. As both lawyer and And then thoy dispersed as swiftly and as was vividly impressed with two facts, viz., ent wore notorious, tho trial brought the that wo aro n martial people, and that In tracklessly as a flock of birds at tho sound of whole population to tho court houso to wit- splto of tho constant failures in tho court a hunter's shot Thoy disappeared as if by ness the Illegal contest, and, as usual, tho bar room wo still lovo justlco. Somo had musmagic, nnd left only tho sheriff, bis horso, camo out victorious. Bill had mistaken tho kets, which had been "out in 1S12" nnd tho Long Jim nnd n couplo of bystanders. Tho conductor's ticket punch for a pistol, the offi- Mexican war, others doublo barrolod squirrel colloquy which followed was amusing as well cial for a robber, nnd had shot tho latter in shooting, others again swords which had glit- as Instructive betides forcing tho Judgo to tered nt many a militia parade, but tho maSheriff (still rubbing his head and sizing charge that if tho defendant really mistook jority had bright, new navy rovolvors. That tho bump on tho back of it with his fingers) tho boll punch for a pistol, pointed in a men- wo loved justico was equally apparent from Yes, sneak away like a lot of thieved I I acing nnd dangerous manner, they were tho real rUth which tho culprit was guarded know you. Sco if I don't fill tho county Jail bound, in fact, to troat it as though it was a nnd tho determination that ho dhould pay tho with a batch of you devils beforo long. This shot lu it, penalty of his misdeed. vorltablo revolver, with is murder In tho first degree, and my and not an Innocent recording bell punch. will hang somebody. I say, Jim, did Owing to tho passing of tho clouds which Of courso Bill was acquitted, and ho walked constantly obscured tho moon tho fitful and you hit met down Ma.n street, tho admired center of all uncertain light of tho hand lamps carried by Long Jim (still caressing hU rifle) Not yet, gazers. This was tho farce. The tragedy tho crowd, tho laudabln dcslro of each patriGoorgey. camo about in this way. Sheriff I'o; and you'd better not ot to bo In tho front, and my own equally As may bo anticipated, Bill was very much pralsewortny uctiro vo uouiuio uacksiuuuu I tell ycr. You had better slink away over his eseape, especially as it hap- - ' i cannot go vory accurately into tho de- - with tho rest This was murder, and don't elated 1m Ills third trial for murder nnd lift Trill f ... pened to .(. n. you forget it Bill was entitled to a fair trial laUSULUJUluvuiwii v dm rwnln-- , lint was rather suporstitlous nbout tho flgnro como as closo to tho facts as tho excitement and justice. three. Ho eclobrated It in a roaring spree, and surrounding clrcumstancoj will permit Long Jim (scornfully) Fair trial and which lasted a week and kept that part of tho In tho first plaeo tho hitherto tlcitum mob town in an uproar. Thero was drinking, sing- suddenly broko Into an angry sea 6f oaths Sheriff Yes, a fair trial and justlco, ing and fighting In harmonious aud constant and shouts, and there was a rushing backby G . succession, as though Bill was going to intro- ward and forward, and hero and thero tho Long Jim Whero do you git them things! duce the famou3 Bacchic rovols and llfo was report of r pistol, showing that thero was a Not in your legal circus, old boy. You kin to bo an orgy of drinking and fisticuff. It divided court oven in tho toraplo of Judgo get lawyers' Jaw and Jcdgo Wagglowaggle. was about tho third day of the fecst when tho Lynch. Ouo group, howover, had thrown a Justicol Nary justice Now, Gcorgy, just barkoeper, In a thoughtful moment, demanded . o nnr thn inn flf t Vniin? MllllUC OJld close up your head I mean th front of it payment of the score, in default of which ho ' ivhllo brawny arms adjusted a knot on it and Go nnd get tho coroner, and don't tell what proposed to tumblo tho "gang" into tho j it towards tho earth, other brawny arms yer don't know do you mind) I left Long Jim laying down tho law, and Etroct and violent hands wow dragging Bill on his Bill, whoso llfo bad just been saved at an knees towards tho nooso, vainly struggling tho sheriff listening, and I jadgo that tho argument used was convincing, for tho papers a expenso to tho state of a thousand dollars, and begging for morcy. was naturally indignant, and in tho absenco "Soo hero boys," suddenly said tho leador, day or two aft ward announced tho verdict of his pistol ho knocked the thoughtful bar- who was cither presiding judgo or prosecutor of tho coroner as "justifiable homicide, wbllo keeper down with 'a boor glass. Then tho pro tern., as he blow a flako of snow off the escaping from the sheriff and his posse" As I passed tbo spot whero tho victim was fight commenced between tho proprietor and barrel of his rifle, "aren't we a going a triflo his xnn and Bill and the "gang," and the too fasti Thero are two ways of doing a lying, the pitiable pathos of the silent figure as increased by the woman that bent abovo battle raged and surged from tho bar room thing and wo needn't imltato him in that to tho kitchen, and from tho kitchen to tho partiklor. Has Bill confessed. If he hain't it, and sobbed "Ok, Bill," and kissed the street, oach new comer lending a hand or a rrhar'sthoedontlflcatlour "What!" sboutod knotted fingers that had often struck her in etone. Final... 'he town marshal camo rush- ouo who was tugging at tho impromptu gal- anger. But human justice has this trait with ing into tha crowd, and knocked tho braw- lows, "Do you supposo that I am going to the divine, that it makes tho innocent suffer for the sins of tho guilty. lers with his club tight and left and unfor- hold this treo down all night P This is tho only timo I ever mot Judge tunately BUI among the rost The latter "Why, Tom see kirn kill Berry and tho Lynch, and I must admit that the moating, sneaked quietly across the street como shouted a dozen vetoes in unison. back with a shotgun, poured tho contents of "And here's Matt and Nate seed him shoot although short, was impressive, and I never both barrels into the back of the fighting theDutchman. Why, Long Jim, what is tho seo ono of those judges which political conventions furnish shuffling and trifling with marshal and killed him on tho spot. This matter with youP cried still another. Ipping his fingers down was tha climax. The brawl ceased as suddenOh, yes, thero was 'plenty of proof I How the scales of Justice ly as It had arisen tho fighters slunk back prompt and swift were the witnosea and how upon tho beam but I fancy I see behind him from Bill in disgust, and even ho turned his full and responsive their memories. Old the court pageant of that other itinerant bloodshot eyes anxiously down at tho now trlonds and now ones, companions and ene- judge with his ropo and unerring ride I quiet marshal. Then ha placed tha gun in a mies, stood up and poured out their knowl-edg- o mean Judgo Lynch. Henry Hooper in Cincorner, and someone whispered "Git," and against the hunted and craven creature, cinnati Commercial Gazette. ho walked out Into tho street and after a mo- and unfolded his character as idler, bummer, ment1! pauso slunk rapidly away under tho drunkard, wife beater, thief and homicide I It Polishing the Champion Diamond. shadows of tho bouses and the trees. was true there was no Mallory Jock to bully n Great crowds collect ovory evening at tie had not walked a dosen squares before oitd hector thorn in a so called to nee the process of polishing what is he perceived that there was something the nor Judgo Wlgglewaggle to frown deemed tho champion diamond of the world. matter with either the people or the town. upon the stupid and snlilo upon tho impudent Within sight through the large plate glass Men ran ahead of him, othors followed and and bold, and no sympathetic fringe of peowindow tbo artist sits at his bench beforo the dogged his footsteps, and doors were banged ple who love to help the under dog. But little upright wooden stand, on which, fastpassed. liar k I the fire bell was ring- probably the ono circumstance which told ened with the composition used for the pureane ing, and tho whittle of the ferryboat awoke most strongly against him in tha loader's pose, stands the half polished diamond, one the schoes on the river. The stream of lights mind was the crouching attitude and the part described as being rough and dull as In .the distance was not made up of fire flloa, heartrending appeals for mercy. rock salt, tho other flaming with Internal fire. but of ma and boys carrying lanterns, and Ibis satisfied orou Long Jim of the truth The artist works on tho stone with a curious armed with clubs and shotguns. He tried of the charges', and be rested his rifia upon the looking polisher, an instrument described as several doors on the way, well known places ground, and, with a gosture, invited the resembling a thicklsh bit of ordinary fireof refuge, but thay were closed, and no glint to perform the people's idea of jus- wood, with one end cut edgewise and covered of light from the windows. tice, which they did with a frenzied shout of with composition, and keeps scrubbing and Then came the tramp, tramp of marching Joy. scrubbing with a gentle Aminos. It Is men, and in darting around the corner be Bet this was a night of surprises. Amid stated that the diamond, which U from found himself instantly surrounded with a. tbo yelling, struggling and swearing thero South Africa, will when fully cut number a mob, who ordered him brutally to stand and arose the cry of "Sheriff I Sheriff I" and tho third more carats than tho which holdup his hands Bill smiled as be rocog-size- d crowd opened and for a few minutes paused, will havo to hldo its diminished head in the the voice, and lazily complied with the listened and looked eagerly toward tho pike. presence of a luminary bigger than a billiard order; then he scanned the crowd eagerly, Suns enough, the clattering sound of a gallop- ball Tho jowol is worth half a million. but they wero masked, and tha only plain, ing horso could bo distinctly heard coming The very chips that aro cut off in the polishunmistakable thing was the revolver, which near and nearer, and in anothor moment a ing fotch small fortunes. The king of gleamed at him from all directions. The whlto horse bearing the county officer dashes Portugal gavo $40,000 for one of them. leader, in his red shirt, douched hat, panta- recklessly through tho crowd, which opens to Boston Transcript. loons stuffed in his boots, and under his arm let him in and then closes behind him. a long, black barreled rifle, stood eying him "Make way, hold on, stand back," cried tho A eWorld w initn ner Murptiyil!e, in silence. burly rider, waving bis revolver and alight- Mmkih counlv died-t-- r a.o who "Hello, Long Jim," said Bill, anlmcted ing close to tho prisoner, whom ho wrenched .. mid to haw bi'i-- 115 ar o hkh the with a sudden gleam of hope, "you'll give a from tho grasp of tho fellows holding tho sap- mI ,? ,rilu.ule,',vontJO'J,Jtm? down. "I'll shoot tho first man that c fke.i for Him a K n ' wh v. r "What l" replied tho leader, contemptuous- - ,UOvcs. Tldi is my man. In the namo of tho well nrqiiaiotird with ( Uorne Wash ly. "I don't know yer. This ain't no rabbit commonwealth I arrest" inlim hunting par tbls b Judge Lynch! Then. IIo dM not flrtIsh lbe sentc for suddcal has been Idling enough in this town-the- re'll therc 1KlS0(?(i above his head a formidable pfeco Bticklen's Arnica Sctlre InS WiU wood, aud then tho sheriff, hi. slouched to the world tor Cult UruUn Tim heat Fold your anus-ri- ght about face, marchl" , of ,mt ,. wcro taktli , throe HoroJ, ket Rheuui, Fcrei Soro. Tettrr, Cbspped different directions, nnd tho big, stalwart HsdJs,dlt V""":;,.f'""uuw",Jurjwul Chilblains, Coroi aoJ ill bfclu Crtiptiont, executioner, all In one. olllcer fell with such force upon tho ground .,. When tho Itinerant court passed my door I i i"; u ."."'"' .1 tUilllTl siiil pciltWelj cure Mies, r no piy rei ulred. I, . . I UClViU UO I 1. 1.1.. i. rvaa iuut.uijs uii utuiiui cigar, anu uavmg luubiw ttiuouittuiium It guarautood to giro perfect JKllifictlnri, or money over, roja upon his knees, and rubbed heard tho alarm bell, was searching tho liori-to- n heed and shoulder and looked around inhh lefutjj'jJ t'rlc 28 cuits pr bax. For win by a I'mmy A MeAllatcr. for the itgn of fins, which nowhero could confuted way for tho supposed thunderbolt bo seen. The moon was out, and but for tho which had struck him. tVonderful Cures flying procession of clouds that continually "Geoi'gor, my boy," caid ono of the laughW. 1). lloyt A. Co , wholesale aii'l retail scudded in front, tho town of X was fairly lit Inline, lid., say: 'V,'e havo been telling up with tho white, illcnt light I was still ing bystander.! as tho dazed sheriff brushed faco and felt wondering if the clouds nvant rnin or snow, tho dirt from bis 4,don't you on tho ground Dr. Kins' New lilscorery, Klectrlo Hitters and know it U n confor his revolver, Kncklta'i Arnica SaUe fjr iv yean Hit,) d?t-- e when the odd and fantastic judicial procesr handled gools that tell at well, or (,'Ith tucb sion marched silently by. No funeral party tempt of court to interrupt it with yourcircua. Bo mum, now, d'yo hear and shet tttilrorial iitlifactlou. Them have beoa eouir was graver, mado less noiaa or marched with business. eyes and cars, or you'll got w orso nor wnnderlul cures eflcetnl "T theie medicine lntn! moro decorum. Thero was only ono erccp-tio- a your city. Sorcralcaiei of pronounced Comuuiptl u to the general good behavior, and that that." Tho sheriff took tho hint, for bo crawled liHTH been catlroly cured by the umof a Wv botwas tha Impression of the bystanders. Every tree, looker on was Immediately "pressed"' into tho csldo to tho ttump of atho and crouching tles of Vr. Klcg'i New Dlicotery, taken In connecsinister proceedinbehind it, watched slyly tion with Electric Blttora. Wo gusrauteo thetn crowd. Not ono waa allowed to look and de- g-?. (U alwayi. Bold by Penny A McAlliter. part, but In was forced to assist in the cereBut another man had been watching tho mony. I wns in tho doorway when a follow, An Enterprising, Reliable House. hideously draped and disguised, laid hold unexpected interruption and saw in ft tho upon me, and pointing with his revolver to one golden opportunity of bis life, nnd this Penny A McAIIitsr ca nlwjys be rolled upon was tho prisoner. Tho man that held him not only tocirry la itoek ttia but of erery thine tho mob, told me to "fail In." "Why, certainly," and I marrhvd with the bad been knocked down by the recklesj rider, but to secure the Agency for such article m have and tho horse was standing tossing its head merit, and are popular with tbe refat. As there waj very llttla talklug thero was within two feet of him., Bill saw his chanco, thereby iiutalnlaf the reputation of being alabundant opportunity for reflection, and yet and in a flush mounted tho horse, crouched wayi enterprising and erer rellaMe. Hiring probably tho only ono who was doing any almost flat on tho mane, nnd struck boldly out tho Agency for the celebrated Dr. Ktng'i systematic thinking was tho victim Bill, as ho for liberty, New DItcorery for Consumption, will tell It on a As he plunged beneath the branches, and poiltlre guarantee. turned Ills head from right to left, vainly It will surely euro any and shot past tha trees, a running flro of pistol erery allectlon ot the Throat, Lung! and Client, searching for some sign of succor. For myself, I no sooner gue3sed the object shots followed him, scattering the bark and and to tho our confidence., w Invito you to call or rather purpose of tho judicial train branches, but missing tbo fugitive in tho ob(1) nd get a Trial Ilottlo Free. than my curiosity ovcrrodo and silenced all scurity, who kicked, tugged, and lashed tho frightened horso into wild leaps aud plunges. logal scruples to the enterprise. Besides, I Uie Green Couuh Ualtatn for coughs and colJi. To mo this was better than tho dous ex I consoled myself with tho thought that as all Price 50c, For aale by McKoberta A bUu of tho ancient play, that Bill should our great jurists and statesmen had found no by his own efforts. I wished him sucHowls your blocdr Use (J reen'a biruparllla higher source of authority than tha people, and tliat overything came from and was for cess for obvious reasons. What wcro tho Her rale br McIUiWu A Mats at ft. , the benefit of tho people, surely an Impromptu precepts of Coko, tho explanations of Kent, Green's Electric Oil cures all aches n:id pulct. tribunal of tho pooplo liko Judge Lynch was nnd the judgments of Marshall what wero On wo went, from law colleges with their professors, moot For sale by McBobertsA SUggaiCCc. . beyond impeachment street to street and pike to pike, tho crowd courts nnd libraries and what oven wero Green's Golden Balm, sur cure lor Cittrrh at constantly gaining inslzo and the hope of n court of justico, with its Juries and talking trescuo consequently diminishing. As tbo lawyors if this wcro to bo tbo tribunal of 50c, at McRolxrta Stags''eager people outflanked Bill on either side, bo tho future! Tho music of tho future had discords enough which aroso from other causes could not help noticing the difference tho sullen and scornful glance of theso than tho sharps and flats arranged In lines by Wagner; but what would become of ono's men's oyea, to the ploaiant, watery eyed, When llaby w4 sick, we gare her Castorli looks of his friends, tbo late jury; nerves if Justico Lynch wero tho justlco of When alio i a Child, she cried for C'astorU, tho f ut tiro t Bo tho flying BUI had at least no tears, no smiles over the pathos or humor When ale became Miss, shs clunj to CattorU, of counsel here; only anger, dark and vicious ono, nay, counting tho sheriff, two well wish-eri as tho ocean at night. When she h.vl Children, she gare tliera Cattoru But it so Imppcnal that just as tho fugitive Onco or tttlco Bill would sidle up to tho load, and roao up tal, gaunt Uider, and whisper, n.i b tried to reached th' wn nasi were clem. in his' ids bbltignppUf"'lire." catch M tuI llu tncce s cd -- ut -"Civ. - JUDGE LYNCH. . Tills was tho constant nnd tlio only appeal, nnd tho leply was equally short and determined: "Shutupl"' nnd "Do your praying nnd niako it brief I" Wo passed tbo houso of Judgo Bcnns, but tho ploaso everybody faco of Justlco AVigglo-wagglas ho was called, was not to bo scon. This wa3 not a court of law, but o rough and tumble arena of justice We had been marching for an hour when tho leader suddenly turned from tho plko Mid wo entered a strip of woods, which divided X from Its agricultural background. It was a delightful remnant of an ancient forest, and as wo tramped beneath tho branches and clambered over tho fallen trunks of tiio trees, wo wero greeted with tho call of tho night owl and tho invisible scampering about of itn winged denlwns. Wo Anally reached rut open space, whero a few saplings grow among tho stumps of their gigantic predecessors, and bore Judgo L. held your fMJffwf I ItttttttttK'ittttHsl r RSI ?AKlHcl POWD Absolutely Pure. Tblst powder noTtrTarles. A tnarrelol purity, strength and wbolesoineness. 'Mora economical than the ordinary kinds, snd ran not ba sold competlton with tbe multitude of low teat .short weight alum or phuiphatn powders, foldanly In CUDS. fifSBfr Commerclal Coltegeof Ky.UnlversItY.Lr.'.v.iT. Th Cheapest an Bat Buslnsss Ccllegt In th World. l.l"r""inl'1 Uf.t.l ..?,. .,KS FLORAL GUIDE - '"y"' - Now retiy rontalnt S Colnrnt riatea, Imndreili of II aen- ."J I? fw"Il."?'P"" i .strati aikI n" 'y ai, ilinlna ai'..l Klo.er Culture.i.d TK. 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" Paris ."...., Art Mill rtburg" "rr7T, TIIK UKCIT Dally Datly Ex. 8uo. Kx. Ban, 7 23 a m Vo.HT Koh-i-noo- r, 1 This Bank solicits accounts of Indlrlduals. firms and corporations. Its fadlltlea for making collections, in all parts of the United States, are unsurpassed, and cutotners are at Jail timet granted any reasonable accommodatlota they soo proper to ask. We beg to offer our services to the citizens ol neighboring counties, without Banking facilttlce, and assure them that any business tent us shall at all timos hare prompt and faltbfiil attention. X U. : T1IU0UG1I TRUNK LINli TO 2 00 Till SOUTH & WEST Tftlll " Johnson......... " BOUTU-Bort- uaritsi MaysTllle... 8 3 9 10 lliin a m 8 40 o 01 a in 8 U a m 8 SO a m 7 U pea 20 p n 41 pm 0 p 40 pa 68pm a pu No. oi IfoTiT Dally Dally Ex. Hun.lKi. Hon 8 53 a mill J3pu 0 17 a m I 1 82 p ra 7 23 a m 2 58 p ra 7 mi 2 M pm a l'lti I II KCTO Pullman Palace Sleeperu. IjOIiIhvIIIu ia.,, l"S J. M. HIOGINBOTHAM, JOHL J. WALK Kit, LF.WI3Y. LKAVKLL, J W. LOIAN, J S.JOHN!:ON, L. F. HUBI1LE, T. M. AKNOLD, J03.SIMP30K, 11. to MiiMliiilta, Lt " ' ' Arr " MststHi... !"rlf Islington., CoTlnton Carlisle... Mlllenburg Johnson............ Atlimtai, MviuphlM, " in m a ir 03 a ml 8 10 p m H 80 a m 0 00 m 4a ... ' ji y-- O. MULLINS. OPFICEKWi J. M. IlI(iaiKHOriIAM,PItE4r LEWIS V.LE WELL, j. v. dAKiurF.ii, CASiiinu, B. F. IIUDiOK.TELLEIl. Molillc tiuit .ctv Orlcims. Only one AIonluiiicr3, Jilltlu Hoclt, cliinp to piloMln Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS N"t'lr.K hows on the line of this load willreerlTc special rates fl- -J tbln (.otope.ay lor ritee,routM or wrltn C. Dm,-glsH- f 5- 3 e Ac, I'. ATMOIti, U lMllle, P. AT. A. Cy Notk. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Lealngton and Cincinnati: other tralnr am dally except Sunday. Direct conn, ctlons aro in ade at Winchester with Clienatwako A Ohio lor Ml. Sterling, Ashland. Huntington, Charleston, Vr. Va aud Kattern dt. IWs V.'InrhesUjr run t!VLIJ.ll,''"!fw' 3 nd Holld Trains, wllh I'ullinan MlMpIng Cars betwenc Clcclnnatl ar.d Itlchmuud, Va , aud Wluche4Ui and Washington, I), C. Through tlck.tt and baggage checked lo any destination riachod by rallioad. For (till articular, call on any of the comaiiy,or a '. II. MOIWK, J). A.KEFLEV, (1 n. Pas. A gout, Tra t. Pas. A gen I, CoTlnglun. Kt. LoilugUin. & U.K. lIUN'llNCITON'ItecelTer. Deueral tit3a, COTlngton, Ky. Win-ebHtl -- THE SENn-WECH.I- .Y mm: nm a Mississippi -- valley HOUTE IJhmI o w 1 THE- ' sI CHESflPEAKEOHin - 2 (t Iftjg O a. m t 9 . pr O c O Jl JBBisKMs7teWtyaBElPffl KcnliH'kj'M ICould W well-kno- peo-pl- a d J V ! S H J S J laj I t -: WnBhinglon, Philadelphia and Now York. iI l T H Interior Journal BTANfOHD, KY Tbo only lino running PULLMAN NEW HLUEPIMI ClIUs iMD f& t i' CO W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. le published A SOLID TRAIN FROM Louisville, Cincinnati & Lerington, to Washington Oitj, ConnectioK In tbe tamo dtpot with Kt, f ma-chi- erery Tuesday ao.l Vrllay at th low es-ca- prlrof TWO DOIiliAItH PEB YKAB. J ! iTOIB OP - - "VORK. lit CtAMXt T'uo Direct Kout to Lyncbbure, DanTlIle, Norlolk and all Vlralula and North Carolina Points. Kortltkets and further Inlarmatlon, epuly to your 'nearest ticket office or nddrxea W. VV. Hon iuw, uoudtai aiieui, Lexington, liy. 2d Vlco Picsldent, Fast Traina for Now York, Uea'I Pati'r At' UulsTlIIe, Ky. Noatly and Ohonply Exooutod. "ZJtfemzylSJKf: ''MsMQstritK 'Vi'T'WSrTK'sf! -- V. VtW aVWVL MJf w.-v- Our Illustrated riant and K"''(1 llalalocuQ i pagCM) with prices of the cholcent FREE T0 LL, hSUJi V UtKr l" 1 MA.. .13 IV PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." Tho Oriiclnii! . a. h' Mill bo infilled FItKK to &F?t!x n11 appllcanta. batlfacMaMMMRU(fth Jf tion icuaranieed. 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