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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887021801 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. fkwx lllicKh) & VOL. XIV. Pitbllihrd Tiieitau nnrt Frldnv AT 555? ifbfiot Mftl Il4 18, 1887. on Aid So STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY shades as a rapid gait. The old road still exists; and the ' Half way House," where the "sports" used to get their toddies en route; but the old timet aro gone, in their gayest features. The shell road is not now smooth as a floor; and the famous hostelry hat dwindled to a comparatively unremun erativa establishment. A dummy engine, starting in mid-citon Canal street, now takes punengers to the like (G miles) for 16 cents for return lick ets. A great deal of driving is still done over tho road, but it Is of tho quid kindi for the most pirl; and Ivliei' have largely replaced tho tearing turnouts of the young bloods who used to raco over that sjperb thoroughfare. The Half-wa- y Houte, I may here mention, was once tu-- j entrsneo to the famous Metarle racacourae, which it now, by the Irony of fate, trantformsd into a cemetery, where, if one hat money enough, he can "find his grave with the rich." A gentleman of the name of Howard, for special reasons, undo up his mind to e fleet this change, and, having immense meant, accomplished it. It is now the rich man's burying ground and no graveyard in the country bears so uniformly the stamp of op ulence upjb its tombstones. From the nature of this oozy swamp on which New Orleans la built, it is impracticable to dig graves. Two feet of spading anywhore brings you to the water. This necessitates burial aboye ground. Accord ingly the coffins are shoved into squire pigeon-hole- d cavities, most carefully built with a view to and when the body is laid away, the iquare stone at the mouth it hermetically staled. The pre vtlling style of monument, therefore, ia a plain, houte-ihape- d stone structure, with one gable end to the roadway. Generally, where means are at hand, it la massively built of polished granite, with or without top ornament. Immense sums are laylsh ed on lhee family vaults in Ihe various Ctmeterie; notably in that above described e. These at built on tbe Metarle are really "cities of the dead" in a sense perfectly unique and appropriate. In Par islan Pars La Chaise, alone of all the cemeteries I have seen, there is something of this house shaped arrangement, but they are of miniature sizt and built above burled corpses, laid away in the ground.Hore, the bodies are residents of the houses themselves, and the tenements of death are literally peopled with their numerous inmates. It ha a ghutlloes all tu own, and no money can ever quite hide the horrible facts of tbe case. being, what il it even sn "enemy" of most hideoos mien I can only say that a New Orleans burl aVground, does much to mitigate the natural horrors of doleful the tomb, with elegant mausoleums, embowered in magnolia groves I never saw, in any place, so many sectarian burying placet as hers, nearly every sect and order has (ts own separate place of stpullure This strikes one painfully, be cause we all have the thought spoken or that death ia a terrible leyelen ever since (aye, and long before) Horace pan-tons race-cours- NO. 204. NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF THE JJ rJSnANNUM, CA.H1I. understood If we credit that 1180 will be and demanded. W. P. WALTON- - GEORGE O. BARNES GOD 18 IS LOVE And NOTHING EL8E x NkwOhleK8-8- 1! Uourbon at. Feb, 10. Dear Interior: I contmlttcU in tnj last what nur cousins of Kphralm ealeetn an "unpardonable sin" rU; tell the ptib-l- io house, what tou nee In a It will alwajii be where jrou are a RUr-st-. an open qucn'.lon whether it is allowable, or a Rfo-- s trespass ajalnst kockI breeding. I think myself, and act on the thought, that d mean between the there Is a frankneM with which the modern newapnper of Mauasseh drags oTcrthinu pertaining to a man's domestic life before the public; and which would neTer be done unless It were the kind of reading we all hafe a weakneu for. Between this abandon of candor, I say, and the merveof ourllrit itb counins, which renla tho mention to the outside woild of what oc cum oyer the h!h front wall, where the public i inrited to K"l'r iu curiosity on ly orer the roujh way of broken glass and all thing that pierce and cut. The Briton it essentially an ialander; and he hat looked at the outnide world o Ionic orer the natural burleri that eurround hie seagirt poiitlon, that it haa marked hie do mettle life unit unmistakably. He delights to eurround himself with a hlih brick wall, without crerica or aperture, crowned with the broken glata bottle, aforesaid; or fall in; that, a high burd fence, with apikea, imputable, and cra:k cue.ullr corareJ with alaU, ao that not the raoet prying atrett Arab can gel a peep at the tnvsterl oui pritaieetr within. To croat the-t- j barrz ier, in an way, without the owner' permUttoa, fi to "trupaM," and, that pitai ii, tabe prosecuted to tbe full extent of the law; whether the common law, that con tigni to priaon, or the law of breeding, that aendelo"coTeolry,"or the "llbo" wher octet consign these who are to do penance uore-eerreslij-hte- st it aim is mi i3 x-oit- n. leans. And the old Verandah Hotel a stone's throw from tbe famous St. Charles, where our officers put up was largely patronized by tbe and privates. A rough, unkept, nnshorn, not to say lousy lot, we were, who reveled in our roleate from the thraidrom of camp life, with immeasurable delight. What a "high old time" we had, to be surt! Tho Verandah still stands, almost unchanged, except that it is defunct ss a hotel, and now is occupied by the large clothing bouse of McCown. I was overjoyed to see the old place looking so natural, after the lpe of 40 years. By the way, If your publication of somebody or other's version of the Mexican pension bill be correct, I am choused out of my rights, for I was not -- 1 when I entered the serviee, nor am 1C2 now by a couple of years. Hither hard on Oeotge, too, for she has long been promised my Mexican pension for "pin money," and we are almost ready to join in the cry of "turn the raecals out," who defrauded us. But as we are not dependent on an ungrateful republic, we care very little about it. Mean, though, isn't it? With my delightful recognition of old lo calities, recalling my old friend Oreen CU7 Smith specially to remembrance, as tho other one of the par nobile fratrum; and HuSer's breakfast, wherein tbero was the ino't stunning combination of all the nice ties he could think of to gratify our appetites, I will close my first from New Orleans and hope for a little time to write another more leisurely. This goes, not simply with a currmU calamo, but "a mile a minute" one, for lack of leisure. Meeting arranged to begin Sunday efter noon next, at 3 o'clock. It ia doubtful what the issue will be. The devil, as I know, has raised a hornel's nest among the preachers. They think they are doing God's service in turning the cold shoulder The devil and the clergy is a terriffic combination, as I already know to my cost. It may drive me out of New Orleans. We shall see. Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. Bahnbs. now-foun- d The Hamiltonisn Society will give a literary entertainment at the Academy to night; after which the Christian trmZ, cietr will auction off a handsome quilt, the -- St benefits of which will go to tbe church. Prayer meeting everv Wednesday evening at the Baptist ohurcb, and don't lit forget that the Good Templars have a sitCOMPANY ting once a week -- on Saturday night. Tbe Ml, Templars are an earnest corps and to them mure than to any others may be ascribed the gentle ert which our village is now enlilA A. C A Jt" A joying. Tho Brodliead Academy entered upon its tecond five months' course with good at tendance, which is constantly increasing. This school has been in existence but two years, yet is reckoned one of the best in fl.EXIN&TON-,KY.- ' this section of country. The name of its principal, Miss Alma Carson, is sufficient f.) evidence of its prosperity. Mr. Robert of Lincoln, has been employed as UtN general assistant and Latin instructor, while Mrs. Belt of Lancaster, has VErery lack guaranteod to gtva titlfactlonTfu charge of the musical department, George and Harvey Melvin, of Lily, NIT CATION WANTED were here with friends this week. Miss Lizzie Hutchinson, of Stanford, has been By young lady, who holds a first grade certiat spending a few days in our midst. Mr. C. ficate and Is competent to teach Muilc, eithercare or teacher. Addnts T. M. W 1 A. Bridges, of Lebanon, the Louisville & foTerneM JouatcAL, Utaoford, Ky. Nashville bridge carpenter, was here Sun WATT C0CIOAM. day; not working on bridges either. Miss VrOODttALLACK Jwnnle Cits, of Loulsvilo, is visiting her COCHRAN, brother, Mr. J. A. Cass. Miss Mary Sow der, of Level Green, is an interesting pupil GEXTS' FURNISHERS, of Brodhead Academy. Mrs. Belle E11 re313, 4th Street, side spent last week at her old home in Lan- - caster L. A Ctss came down from Sinks lM-2Saturday. W. A. Canon has gone to Hen ry oountj to engage in the book business. LINCOLN LAND COMPANY. 7J!!zflS ind Company requested J W. Alcorn at ire omce All persons having debts against the Llnebla to present them to bit In Stanford, Ky. n,lu VIII, ATKRS. o. .. men a nn, ITeildeat. CREAM L JA3. O.niVKKS, Notary TuMlc. l!B&5Ml MMWmi AYRES & GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 Fifth Street, X,OUI8VI3C,X33, - (1D6-Iy- ICY. .) Rooms 3 and 5, Cromlo Block. Bur-asid- )JIS1P' For Sale at a Bargain. I offer for sale privately In Stanford, Ky., a very desirable residence with soven rosins and porcTr ,uu o0r; aiaoie, amoxenoura, mi., v. dc. About an aero of ground In the lot-- Fbr tviui9, txu,, apply 10 Jt. G.AI.roUD, 1C3 Agent for J.R. Altord. . NEWCOMB HOa?JBl4 MT. VEBNON, KY. Hotel la still Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public . well-knomain-talnlng- WALLACES, Thltold and fino reputation. 8Mm 3t' NEircOlM, Pro'r, Alt. Vernon, Ky. LOUISVILLE, KY. Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTT. TAXES FOB 188G ! E. H. POX, The Photographer, OARRARD COUNTT OEPAR1MEN1. tiU'Wrfc'fTefl. We'll, I hope to keep, in my mention of "matter and things," within the limita of what my own Inner aenae of propriety de mands, and lake the conuiaeacee, whaler-e- r ther may be And I hope all who aak me to tliitthem will accept me on the termt of poeaible publicity, ao Ions as I am leupted by the open columnt of the Itrrs KlOa JOCHKAL, Dth 'Where shall I begin with tbia moat unique of citieK, where ererytbing ia differ nt from what one aeei any where else in this great countri? Firel and foremost, it la not one city, but two; at clearly defined ai the broad tlreet that marks the boundary of each. You step across this, barrier to all amalgamation, and feel the change of atmosphere, in Cinal street ie the dividing line. tlanter To the flwt of that you bare an American city, to the watt a foreign one, at strange ai Paris or Naples, and not unlike either. Tho city is laid out on n singularly elmple, right angled plan, so that one can easilj romiuer itii Geography; and the magnificent roadway aboye mentioned can always be found and thence to any other point dcair n Kut the street all c hsnze names as econ a they cross final, to mark tho trans itionof nation littc'; as if both side) were irrepressible jealous of beiug mistaken for the other. St. Charles on the American aide change to Kjyal on tho French; Car ondttlet to Bjutbor; Htronne to Dauphine and so on to (he end of the chapter. This is puzzling to a stranger, who aeea no tea ' BDn fcr a perfectly straight street changing names, tintoM lie I aware of tho part Canal strret plays iu the mike up of New Or leans. Eicheide hat its fashionable boulerard. I dare nut tell the public which I think the tho French esplanade or most charming St. Gimlet avenue, where Americaus de light to dwell and laTish money on handsome villas. So I will declare, moat impartially, that both are lovely. The design cj both is that of their more ambitious sister, splendid roadways, and beCanil-t- wo tween, a double row ofpverarchinc shado trees, furnishing a vista of miles, in either; which in summer, when full foliage is on, gives a tunnel of green most beautiful to behold. Il ia cluming, an it it; with only bare, interlacing limbs. Under this welrun. Tbe rotd come shade the street-ca- rs ways aro Macadamizsd with eoashells. ThU material is found in unlimited quan titles on tbe gulf beacb; being a small mus set shell, averaging an inch in diameter, and qulto thick. When broken up fine and well trodden, it beats our best turn pitcsall hollow for unapproachable smooth net'. "2.40 on n shell road" was a legend of my boyhood, that took its shape from New Or faM trotting on the road between It was the leans and Lake I'ontchartraln. lowest 8jure of those days, before the train in; if modern times relegated it. to the n wrote: pultat Ids pauprau UUrnii, Rcgsra quo turret." Quoting from rutty memory, I don't know whether every letter is rightly placed, but tbe meaning Is the common knowledge ol the world. "Palo death, with impartial footstep, visits alike the beggar's hut and the palace of tho king " And surely this "common lot" oucht to bring us all together; in death, if nut in life. Any barriers that nullify this "leuon of death," had better not be erected, I think. I remember being profoundly impressed with the of the first victr of tho Church of Kn land, who fell heir to the living of Car ballon parish church, Surrey, when it was taken away from the Ilomanietn, in Kef ormatirn limes. He begged to be laid in tbe same grave whh his predecessor, though he esteemed his faith as an idolatrous one. So it was done; and the inscrip tlon above them both, in front of the altar rail, still teatllias to the vicar's liberal "PstllJa mors arquo wish, I have gravitated insensibly to tbe subject, which after ail has more importance attached to It than any other, but which is not the plearanftet to write about. Let us leave it Cousin Ifeber's with, long since express c', w.u tn chaperonu tho party in New Or-l- o ns, S the settled for our passages by ml to the city, and, while he remained with us, generously footed all bills; and wound up bis duties as our host with an in telllgent ramble over New Orleans that we can never forget. The young folks were simply in raptures all day, Of course we sjw nothing Mondav night. Arrival at 11 at our lodgings, left nothing but bed, as soou as we could turn in. I had time to notice the colored "madame," as all call her, who welcomed us to her place, 82 Bourbon street; French quarter. Her head gear, in the old bandana style, including projecting corners each side, had a look about it, that comfortable, won us, even before her motherly wars had attracted confidence. Heber took us to a real New Orleans rrs- taurant bieakfsst, at n place nearly opposite a locality I at once recognized at my old stopping placo nearly 40 years ago. Our regiment (1st Kentucky cavalry, Col. Humphrey Marshall) was mustered out of on the S:u of June, ISIS, in New Or old-time per-vic- e Lancatter. The total amount of taxable property in the county as shown by the assesior's books amounts to $4,033,707. Mr. Charlie Sparks, of Nicholuville, is visiting Mr. Stephen Marrs. Captain T. A. Elkin went to Lixlnglon the Grit of tbe week. Abbey's Uncle Tom's Cabin Comptny, with a full line of Topsies, bloodhounds etc., Is billed for a performance at the Ope ia House Saturday night. was taken from Mr. A bafgy-robFleece Robinson' boggy at the Chrittian church last Sunday night and a large, tramp was seen wearing it next day. Mr. Robinson, in company with Marshal Hamilton, mad a search for the tramp Monday, without finding him, however. Mr. Tom K)blnioa, our sheriff, met tbe fellow wearing the robaas be was returning home Monday and concluded to capture him. He alighted from his buggy and was preparing to lay violent hands on the knight of the road," when the fellow produced a villainous looking pistol and ordered Mr. R)binson back lo hit teat in the buggy. Mr R, was unarmed and did the eminently proper thing. The political pot, which in this county has for fccreral months been in a state of innocuous deauetude, is beginning at last to bubble and in no uncertain tones. Two good democrats, R H. Tomlinson and W. A. Anderson, are announced for the legislature. Mr. Tomlinson has done lots of good and tflecliye service for the party and he will have a large following. Mr. Anderson's friends think ho should bs endorsed seeing that such a faithful two years ago. i the winner whom he mty, Hon. Win, Berkele, a staunch republican, is already grooming himself for a race with him. Berkele has rnnning qualities not to be sneezed at, but it's dollars to dimes tbe democratic candidate will get there. Garrard will of course instruct for ber neighborimg county's candidate for Goyernor, farmer John D. Harris, although there is a smart sprinkling of Buckner men in these f parts. Johnson Rogers, of Woodford, appears to have call ed the turn in the rare for auditor. The impression he made while here last week was n splendid one 'The Intemor Joun NAL'ri candidate for governor, Colonel W, O. Bradley, is taking things easily and why shouldn't he as he sees county after county speaking for and none against him? e d 1 e repie-sentative Frank Bryant's case .of mumps remains about the same. Dr. Davis told his property at Level' Green to Adam Catron, Mrs. Jonas Pitman is better. Mrs, G W. Baker is improving. Mrs. Robert, who returned from the asylum last week, is reported to be getting worse. C. W. Ping was tried before Judge Smith Tuesday, charged with telling whisky, and acquitted. Contlderable damage to fences etc. from high water is reported from various parts of the county. Brbkley & Catron, who sen 115 mules South a ehort time since, are reported to hays disposed of them a good prices. George Fredrick has ,the old Jplin coal bank near Iowa and has struck a vein of very nigh grade coal, said to be the beat In the count, Look! All accounts on my book, due Jan 1st, '87, will be placed in the hand of an officer March lit if not paid or other wise arranged for. L.B.Adams. 2t H. H. Beattie, storekeeper and ganger, has been assigned to the distillery of E..M. Dsnny instead of J. T. Higgins, who goes to Riddle's dittlllery in Pulaski county. Seven witnestei summoned appear to before Judge Colyer in the Wildie regulator case, gave no testimony, as far as we can learn, to implicate any on in the whip ping that took place there a short time since. Thecaaas of Joplln and Frazer before Judge Colyer, charged with liquor selling on tbe testimony of one Longham, who appeared againt C. W. Ping on a similar charge, and defendant was discharged, was continued by the Judge until the 20 1 h Inst. "Tbo Madison Boys Coming." Small posters with these words printed on them were received and distributed here a f6w days since, mailed from Richmond. The question is, who are the Madison boy? A minstrel troupe or a wing of the Salvation Armj? The pay for echool district No. S has been found. It was credited to district No. 53, the new district formed from No. 8, Tho teacher will get his pay as eoon as tie others. Dr. Davis, supt,. says he looks for the teachers' money about the 1st of March. To my Customers akd Friends I Mum my hearty thanks for their liberal patronage and would say I will give them as good, if not better bargains, in the future than I have in the past. Come and see me. To the few who have not fettled for 1SSG, come and let us talk the matter over. I will go to the city March 1st fo- - a large, new sleek and to get bargains there for you and rayteif requires the cash. Don't be backward and go somewhere else because you owe me, but come in and we will meet yon in the right spirit and do. all we can by you and ask'you to do the same by us. F. L. Thompson, Some of our citizens, especially tbe merchants, remember William Hathaway and wife, tbe champion dead beats, who "did" this place about three years ago. We notice the Louisville papers say the police there are warned to be on the look oat for them, coming from the East, where they have been working their game very successfully. They carry a numbar of bird cages and some trained birds; they stop at a hotel or boarding-hou- se and represent themselves as being bird'fanciers and when their baggage arrivet, will give exhibitions. They finally leave the place, after getting all tbe credit they can about town, leaving a.few worthless birds for payment of their boird bills, etc. , So many baring responded to my warning Issued sometime ago, and ao many others appear to be making tacb an 8ort to dlKbargo tbetr taxes, I hare concluded to extend tbe time lor adrertlilng Lands anttl the 8th day ot February this, however, It pailtlrely ths last extcntloa that I ran potilbly make. J". JV. XEKEFJSB, Sheriff Lincoln County. Dauville, - - - - JKy. Mir,X.IEItY. I am dally apenlng an elegant Including all Una of Fall M lllta-ery. Frames Made to Order. The Lateit Novelties of the Seaion. Alio Notions, tucb aa Handkerchief!. Collars and Cafij, Kucntng, Const, Bustles, otc. Tos will And me at the room lately; vacated by Sad-le- y A Warren, next door to the Myers Hoiee. 1C3-3-- PIANOS ! Concert Grand, Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, KATE HVDDKBAB. MACE BKUCE'S Buggy & Implement House. W Upright Grand, art) opening the most carefully selected, the I nest and beat stock of J Sauare Grand. I kavo now A. Pull Line of Whoat Drills and PIANOS AND ORGANS Ever brought to this city. Every Instrument U " itujge irons lo 35 Z.1 percent, lower tt.au other dealers ask forinthe . , iwi. to (einiu ui musini ana nri culture x Invited an intpectlon of theteautlful, refined Una and artist designs ot these celebrated Instruments: other Agricultural Implements, Bosldet a i. "witi eum-vate- d, Fall Lineot Baggies and Wagoni Always on kaod. In connection with my piemen t buttneu, I will alto carry a Im- -. The World-rcnounc- d Kuabo, U10 moos Decker & Sou, Complete Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything aa erett aad the Reliable rianos, the Popular Fa Ev- No.r Englatld Low us any eue. Please communicate with ut for catalogues, term nd prices. . it. & L. COOK, Special Ag'U, Stanford. Ky. Or ROSE B. RICHARD, Reference!: R. Penny, Mrt. E.M. CarpenA. ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Alooro and James Ileal-leStanford; Mrs. Msggte Holmes. Crab Orch-an- l; Thou .butt go to IIOVIIXES for all tby Ota. W. J. Land-aand Mies Llnle HuffChristmas Goods. man, Lancaster, Ky. Keason: Rourno has just received direct from New 1 ork City the nicest and cheapest lot ever brought to tbls neck of tbe woods, Tdou thalt buy tbe medicines from Bourne. Iteasou; Bourne's goods are pure. Thy Ufa is too vatuiblo to ba sterilised because of Inert rem (nlle.. Thou thalt marry soon, very soon. Reason: Tbe goose bone marketh this a bard winter, and Bourne's toilet articles will mako thee beautiful above thy fellows. (It thou doat not de iro to marry, thou oorl desire to bo envied OHIO & W because of thy beauty. Tbouabalt go hunting and fishing. Bourne has the materials. Thou shslt have a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, The direct through lino sod old established routs violin strings, lamps, frames, pictures, mirrors, warranted lewelry. Bourno has then nod tbe finest lot of candles Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii ever brought to Stanford. ana an points in tbe West. Tbouthalt keep iu mind that L'ouroe is tbe clorerost man (except Lr. Cox) and tho best man Two (2) Dally Traint from Loultvllle lo St. Loult. to deal with "Roses red, violets blus. tobt. Loult. Bourne's It the place for you. Shakespeare. Only IO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati In fact, the half ot bis glories and fine goods to it, Louts. have not been told the). Isollcltaihareor youripatronage, Betpectfully, jr. 31. ititXJCE. ii2m The Oelebratea Olongb and Warren and the John Ohurcb. & Oo, Organs. J, m MVJE COMM1XDS! pott-offic- e. 133-l- O. &M. MISSISSIPPI I lOIt SAJtE! Valuable Real Estate and Booms. Tho Only Lino by which you can Kui. u xarouga oiooping (Jar From Clnclnatl to St. Louli. Stor; Thfi O As Executor ol Lewis Y. Thlllps, dee'd, I oder for tale, on easy terms, the following real estate la and near tbe growing town ol Lancaster, Garrard One Brick Store-rooon Public Square of said town, now used at a dry-gooroom. One frame Hlore-rooon tbe Public Square, now used as a Urally grocery room. Two Store-room- s on Richmond Street, near Public Square, one now used as a Millinery Store, tat other as an Undertaking establishment. With this block will be Did II desired a lot of ground made up of a combination of small roads. sfe TVT Is tbe only lino running .uu.i iajuh, nn mxier routes Deing county. Kentucky: BROOHLAD, ROCKCASJLE COUNTY. pneumonia, little Johnny of Mr. Will Roberts. Also Lick, step-so- n Kettle, Infant daughter of Mr James Simpson. A select crowd of voung ladies and gentlemen, having somewhat curious temperaments, made a foot excursion to the Burning Well this week. They came back looking happily; guess they env il. Rev. Levi Johnson, who has been conducting a Berlea of meetings here, closed on Monday night with several additions to the church, -- Friday night the Misses Carson gave a social party at their hill side Cottage, which was largely attended; and judging by every body's merry looks, the occasion was iin mensely enjoyed. Died, of adjoining. uoe farm with bouse aad other nrceury the Uxlngton Turnpike. J mllea irom Lancaster, of 1ST seres. la recognised Flrtt-Cla- si Route beOne Farm of 110 seres, Sa miles (row Lancaster, tween those Cities, Dear the Lexlnzton I'lke. unluinrored. with bousa Apply to ticket Agents of connecting line for and necessary outbul dings. lull particulars aa to rates, time, maps, elrculara Oao firm, unimnrovad. 3 mllea from Lancaster. or any desired information, or write to Ky:, on tbe Lex log ton Turnpike of 73 acres ROUT. II. FORMAK, And a'soa tract of .'G acres on Gilbert's Creek, M K'r Sotntraot, Ky. .T.V. P,M- - ' about i tulles from Lancaster. JOHN F. BARNARD, W. B. SUATTUC. Aa executor, I desire to soil all this property. Pros, and Oen'l Man'gr, Uen. Pass. Ag't, I am empowered by the will lo make deeds to It, Cincinnati, O. A fine chance It unw olleiei 10 tnoso desiring hornet or Investments For lull particulars address my Attorney, II, T. NoeLLinciiter, Ky. or the undersigned at Stanford. Ky. H.VUIl.lVH. HOUSE, 230 ui. Executor. WALTON'S OPERA Tbo Ohio d Mississippi Railway runs Palatial u.couiug van uu uigm trains; Luxuriant far-lo- r Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coaches on all trains. Direct and close connections are made In UNION DKPOTS with diverging lines by the O. 4 M. Railway, thus avoiding troblesoiue transfers by other routes. The Ohio A Mississippi Railway It tbe only lint between Loultvllle, Cincinnati and St. Louie under one managemont, running all Ha trains through aolld and In consequence J. El t fsvW Fl JBBxQitrBtil b. SUUUrt. TO t. I out U aithtlu nowntot.t(jiMiihr ami Cite!. able, anilla every bis given a ecr ilsltr 8TANF0RD, KY.- - rttno-J- DAVS. out uri.oibtb .luva soil 'cnllilf.i: ci.s ituft.ua Alcgtt A LliL, lluU r-- L WALTON BROS. - - Proprietors. Slie of Stage, 33x50. Eight complete sets of Scoa. ery. Beatinr capacity, Including galltry, Mi-- 6 Reasonable rates to good attractions. Cloclnnstl.lBBB. V V. i.O'. iJiWSttftac g qiiMMflyrfcrt. ii.3C wnuwii jnit i.r.T-.-Ti -- , I., r is V r a5SJ''-ii3!SSISwrm w Stinu-SBeeH- n nimor(ramaI Kj February 18, 1887 1 i i I m 't ocratic editor from the 8th District, to come at his home in Chicago. Under the Kentucky law, William A to Washington and not see Mr. Cleveland, Chadwick. and kindlr insisted on presenting me, so at Dodson, a vagrant, will be sold at Augusta, W. P. WALTON. You will find the nicest line of ladles' 10:30 Saturday I repaired with him to the according to his own wish. children's auJ men's shoes at Hutchings & Not a thing has been found so far in Chadwick's. White House. It was not public reception EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE day and only those who came with Sena the contested election case of Thobe vs. se maglo lantern show A little Washington, D. C, Febr.13. The jour- tors or Representatives could bs admitted. Carlisle, which could give Mr. Thobe the exhibited at the College ball last Saturday ney from Richmond here ii orer groan d We went at once to the private parlor and least hope of eaccets. and Monday nights. Now that Indiana has repealed the ererj inch of which wm made historic bj remained till our turn came to be presentMr. Lucien Luley telle us that it is a civil war, though bat little, Bare vast ed. Tne room was full of the great law- law)limiting the charge for telephones to $3 mistake about him intending to occupy tbe cemeteries now remains to remind the trav- makers of the country and those they had per month, the companies will proceed to parsonage at Stanford. eler that 25 years ago the fierce sound of brought to ba introduced, including Gen. re establish exchanges throughout the Little Susie Saunders requests us to arms resonnded and brother met brotherwith Sickle, whose trial for the killing of Ma Htate. thank Uncle Arch Carson for that lovely Mrs. D, P. Hathaway has been apbayonets fixed in fratricidal strife. Around i jor Key, who insulted his wile, made so pair vasee he presented to her. Richmond the breastworks of earth thrown great M jjmpreeaiou on my young mind, pointed a Deputy Commissioner of tho Rev. J.R. James has refused to accept Louisville Chancery Court, and is the first up have nearly disappeared and corn and from pictures at the time given in Ilarpcrt' the call as pastor for the Baptist church cabbage, potatoes and cnions, now grow on WttUy, 25 years or more ago. We did not lady ever appointed to a like position in here, much to tbe regret of everybody. Tbe following rtrtgraphi, netting torth tont of their almost leveled remains, and quiet have long to wait, and when the governor Kentucky. the (ood thing kepi by Hon F. F. Bobbitt nnd bride have reThe statement oomes from Madison scenes of domestic life prevail where war arose to greet the President, the meeting turned from their bridal tour and are now Mr, J. B Prkes has trained once raised its wrinkled front, Along or was so nnreseryed and friendly that it did county that seven large monkeys to work in his fields domiciled at her father's, but will shortly near the route lay the battle fields oi not take more than a cnaai observer to go to housekeeping. C. II , The Wilderness, Chancel-lorsyil- le see bow solid our representative is with the preparing his hemp for market. They are Last Tuesday eve we had the pleasure said to perform their work better than the and Fredericksburg and at the lat- administration. Presenting me as a Kencolored men formerly employed, and at of taking tea with our estimable friend GKOOEIt, ter place the dead of these furious conflicts tuckian and a constituent, the President Mrs. E. W. Jones, and we certainly enjoy sleep their last sleep in cemeteries near grasped my hand with as warm a shake as much less expense. Hugh Ramsey and Herman Fluck, ed her nice little supper very much. MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. each other. Tne graves of those who died I ever received. After the usual greetings, Mr. D. B. Edmlston has in his store a in defense of the Union are carefully kept Mr. Cleveland remarked that it was quite a while trying to rescue a family, whose handsome $30 set of painted China dishes I have it largo and citrorully selected at the public expense, while the ladies of relief to meat somebody not after the rail- house was partly submerged by the flood line of Pookot and Table- Cutlery. at Starling, III,, were thrown from their which he desires to riflle. Price of tickets Fredericksburg, assisted by contributions road commissionership and slid that we .erlj eTrbodjlln RoodSornhum. I hate $1 Now Is your time to try for a beautifrom tho friends of those who fell for the were the first who had not approached him skiff, but managed to catch on to the limb the beit. Trjlt. of a tree, and there they hung for II hours, ful set of dishes for only $1 . risk Cottar Honej, at pure at btri eta "Lost Ciuie" do the best they can for the on that subject, so far, during the day. His Last week your London correspondent make, now la itork, resting places of the Southern heroes. The "relief' was, however, of short duration, for with the mercury 6 degrees below zero. I ran ttttlj txj that I hate the said the people there were inclined to bemj but Federal cemetery contains the bones of 23,- - before we left the governor got in a few Ramsey may recover, but Fluck is likely to selection of Canned Uoodn, lieve there was some mistake about the redie. 31 000 soldiers and the Confederate 13,000, good words for Judge W. B. Smith , of j rreierrei and Jam are pat ap bj tbe but Speaker Carlisle is as brave as he is ports published conoerning G. W, EJwards. rackert of thole arllclei. making the whole the largest burial place Bichmond, for that position. Rsferrinj,- - to sensible. Effort was made to bring before is none; they are facts. No, there I df lire thoienho hue beta troableJ nltU of the kind in the United States. In a few his veto of the miserable pauper pension the House, in defiance to its rules, the Blair Messrs. John Magee and Frank Wal-li- n bad I.ard to try nine, t act willing to tale moments talk with an old resident of the bill, 1 said to the President that in addition Bill, and the Logan Pension Bill, but baek every pound thnt doem't cite the tnol have gone on a tour as traveling book locality we learned more war history than to the general desire to grasp the hand of a the Speaker ruled against It, and thereby entire tallnfaetlon. agents through southern Kentucky. This I hate Lima, Aary anil Mixed lleani, Ilomlnj, coald be gathered in six months' perusal of democratic executive, I more than ever prevented, for a time, at least if not for4 all explains why two certain youn? ladies comOat Meal, Shredded Macaroni, I'lcklea la The old gentleman, wanted to do so now since he had the hones- all time, the gigantic raids, which thete magazine articles. plained of having "the blues" several days Bulk, Honey and tunny other thing which 1 though a perfect stranger, insisted that I ty and the boldness to prevent this further bills, if passed, would make on the ago. can not mention hero-evarticle flrit-eltishould get off and go to his home from raid upon a pension-riddeMr. George W. James and his pretty people. He con- treasury. I offor novornl Coal Vaiea and my whence he would take pleasure in accom- versed pleasantly about it and slid he had The Senate Finance Committee will daughter, Bertie, have been very sick for tockofCoal Ducket nt Cost- panying me over the places made memoraT.R. WALTON. not taken the step without a thorough and recommend that the Green and Barren several days. Mr. Lucien Lasley's little ble by the Mood of soldiers as brave as oy- full investigation of the subject, and hoped river Navigation Company ba paid $150,-00- 0 baby has been quite ill, but is almost well Mark Haidlo, lato of Mont Ice! lo, Clerk. er met in deadly encounter. for their franchise, the appropriation again. Air. Henry ruloer is on the sick that the democratic editors of the country Shortly after leaving Fredericksburg, the to become a part of tbe River and Harbor list also. would use the facts and figures he gave in beautiful Potomac stretches out to view discussing the subject. Mr. J. G. Seargent's remains were laid It was not a matter bill. It is thought the bill thus amended five miles wide, studded with crafts of one of grave importance will pass the House easily. The total ap- to rest last Tueedaymorning at his home of sentiment, but varied slue, shapes and means of propell- and he had not sent his messige until he propriation made by the bill, as it Is re- near Walnut Flat. Rev. John B. Gibson ing, presenting a scene of unusual conducted the funeral services. The famihad carefully coneidered every sentence and ported, is about $10,300,000. The road follows along or near Mr: Cleveland bas vetoed tne bill ap ly have the sympathy of many friends in clause of the bill. the river for 40 miles to Alexandria, where In the estimation of every true man, not propriating $10,000 to purchase seed for their sad loss. the firet glimpse of the mighty dome of Interested except in the general welfare of the drouth stricken parts of Texas, and We read with much interest the report the Capitol of our great country is caught. the country, the President receives nothing giyes among other good reasons the follow- of the proceedings of the W.C.T. U. ConIt is six miles away but clearly defined but eulogy and commendation and in my ing: "Federal aid in such cases encourages vention lately held In Stanford, and would against a lovely "background. From the opinion his action in (he matter atones for the expectation of paternal care on the suggest that a society of that kind might level of the water to the crown of the stat- any mistake that he may have made in his part of the Government and weakens the be organized here and prove both benefiue of Liberty upon the summit of the administration of affairs. Three cheers for stardinesa of oar national character, while cial and interesting. Mies Sabra Hays, of Stanford, is the dome, is 376 feet. The white column ris- the man of honest convictions, who has the it prevents the indulgence among our peoing to the left of it is the Washington courage and the backbone to express and ple of that kindly sentiment and conduct guest of Misses Kate Hays and Lou Jame, monument, 555 feet high, and these can be carry them out. But my letter grows too long. which strengthen the bonds of a common Messrs. HInman and Frank Fox, Danville, seen from all parts of the surrounding Virpaid C. O. a flying visit this week. Mian I shall have to wait for another to tell of brotherhood ." ginia and Maryland hills and dales. The the many courtesies shown by my cousiq Tbe grand jury of Rowan county on Cleo Williams, of Mt. Vernon, has been Potomac is crossed on a low bridge and we Sam, a yieit to the vaults of the Treasury, Monday found true bills against Henry 8. visiting Misses Jennie Kennedy and Anare again in Washington and in the depot, W.P. W. Logan, Morgan McClury and Lou Ray-bu- rn nie Holmes. Mrs. James L. Yantli, of tic. etc. 232 FOVkTlII AVENUE, for conspiracy to kill Judge A. E.- Garrard, was the guest of Mrs. James King where on the 2d of July, 1881, the fiendish NO 7ES OF CURRENT EHENTS. Cole, Col. Z. T Young and his son, Allie this week. Miss Leila Douglas has returnQuitetn fired the shot, that, after many days of suffering, ended the grand career of Mrs. Vanderbilt'a pearl necklace con W. Young, now county attorney of Rowan. ed to Danvilie, accompanied by Misses The scheme was detected by the arrest of Kittle Douglas, Ltttie Carson and Mr. the noble man, ho rose from a canal boy sists of 340 pearls, and it cost $130,00(1. to the highest office in the gift of a free peoThe President has nominated James James A. Harris, alias Pendleton, a suspi- Harrison Thurman. Mr. Joe Carson, from cious chiracter, who afterwards disclosed Kansas, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. ple. The spot upon which he fell is marked A. Smith to bo Postmaster at Glasgow . S.-ri- NE by a brazen star, while near by is a marblo Secretary Manning's resignation has the plot, saving that Henry S. Logan had Brooks, and other relatives here. GOODS memorial tablet with "James Abram Gar- been accepted. It is to take efiect April 1. hired McClury, Rayburu and two others to LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. field" and the date of his assassination enThomas Stevens has finished a bicycle commit the deed, promising them r, good, graved thereon. Neary everly traveler who trip around the world, and arrived in New big sum for their services. The men in. The "Judge" Llncks farm sold Mon tended meeting Monday night and perfect day to J. C. Jackson for $300. knows of the place, visits it and stands in York. solemn contemplation of the sad memories Mrs Mary Silver, Boston, was falsely arrangements, but fortunately their diabol II. J. Luzinskey, with Levi, Wolfe & Lo;an and Newberger, Louisville, is In town. these mute reminders awaken. that of infidelity, ical intentions were frustrated accused by her sister-in-la-Doalor In- McCIsry were arrested and jailed, being As it was midday and the hoar for Con- and poisoned herself. Miss Ejiqii Clagett Is assisting her gress to assemble, I went at once to the Block, Oppenheimer &Co., Galveston, unablo to give $6,000 bonds. Ray burn has brother, Prof. J. H. Clagett, at Laurel SemGlass-anCapitol, where about the first gentlemen I Texas, assigned. Liabilities $750,000; most-l- v not been found. Everything is quiet now. inary. met were Gov. McCreary and the ubiqui-toUYoung Mooes Parsley, son of M. L due to N. Y. houses. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Judge Charles E. Kincaid. From a Parsley, of Riccoon, bad his collar-bon- e Emile Paul, of New York, has just commanding seat the Governor pointed out finished the wonderful feut of eating two Will the young manipulators of the broken by a fall from the bick of an unruly the prominent men of tho body, all of quails a day for 41 days, Interior Journal accept felicitations on horse The farm on Rockcastle river known whom were easily recognizible by the Miss Ada Kurz has been reappointed their exceeding successful and creditable as the John Lincks place was sold at pubnewspaper cuts that 1 had seen of them. deputy sheriff of Franklin county, Pa., effort in the get-u- p of Tuesday's issue? David did not feel quite big enough to swagger lic outcry Monday for $1,000, bought by Lexington Roller Mills' Cream Flour. The very best Canned It was private pension bill day and a great having served one term with credit. Goodi the Lincks heir. Fresh Candies, Oranges, Bananas always on hand, Fnll stock many members were absent from their Tennessee democrats are very much in the armour of Saul, but he knocked the Sam Ward, Crab Orchard, and Andy of fresh goods in ever department. seats and those present lounged or stood displeased with Gov. Taylor's Federal Aid giant out all the same in a single round, about in groups conversing, while ever and views and his mugwumpery ideas gener- The atmosphere of Stanford must be pecu- Rice, Citmp Dick Robinson, perhaps two of W. M, WATERS, Sa!eBman. ' liarly favorable to journalism, for our saucy the biggest" stock traders of the upper anon some fellow with a bill would bob up ally. Blue-gra- s section, were in town Monday, and aaw the air in a speech which was The President has nominated Capt. A. county Bheet retains its snap, and scintil-- Deputy Marshal Riley jugged Martin heard only by the stenographer who was W. Greely, the Arctic explorer, to ba chief lates as admirably and Independently as if The whole thing signal officer, with the rank of Brigadier the strong hand of the veteran editor were McCarty, of East Bernstadt, Monday, for paid to take it down. misinterpretation of the internal revenue with tho 3eneral. looked like a huge school-roograsping still the helm . Twenty-fivthousand of the 75,000 teacher absent. In the Senate, Senators It may not excite much vanity in laws; held for final trial at Covington by , Beck and Plumb were engaged in a heated prisoners In the jails throughout India Washington, but it is true, nevertheless Com'r. Faris. -- Mrs. Mary Williams, wife of E. W. upon eome postofSce appropriation were released as an act of clemency in com- that so far as heard from, the West Ead of debate bill, in which the latter inveighed pretty memoration of the Qieen'e jubilee. Lincoln county is jubilant over the late re Williams, barber, whose ilinesa we reportstrongly against the management of that In presenting to the Senate the creden- sort of the President to the exerciee of the ed last week, has at last ceased from troubling and her spirit is at rest. Funeral at was met in equally as tials of Turpie, Senator elect from Indiana, veto power. Generally, we are not enthudepartment, which eneeringly referred to the m siastic admirers of vetoes as a class. In tho residence Sunday. strong defense of it by the Kentuckian. John Sherman Mr. R. S. Martin, of tho tobacco manuAccepting a pressing invitation to dine as "what purports to be the credentials of former years we have been known to view -facturing firm of Albright & Martin, Brod-hea- d, with Gov. McCreary and his lovely wife at David Turpie." them with much the same feeling of repughas been in this county buying the our amiable anBiggs at 7 o'clock, I hurried on the the L. Russell Goodwin, of Memphis, has nance as that with which tobacco-raiserHe makes rounds which my two days' stay made need been acquitted, after a trial lasting 23 days, cestors regarded the war club of an Indian crops of cur his fineat article from the Laurel county sary. A call at the Treasury building dis- of the killing of J. T. Dilton, who boasted But this last specimen seems to homologate closed First Controller Durham immersed of a Ilason between himself and Goodwin's perfectly with publiotaste and private sen- product. Licenses were issued Friday by County in the duties of his office. He had just af- married sister. The killing was done Dae. timent. The system of indiscriminate penIs still soiling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement tha, sions Is doing more to demoralizs public Clerk Jones for the marriage of W. B. fixed his official autograph to a claim for a G, last. Johnson to Mrs. Houston; J. D, McCowan is dostined to make it much more popular than it has ever been, Col. John F. Dayie, State Commission. sentiment, pride, and purity than coald be million or more, and was closely engaged Don't buy a pump until you see the BUCKET ELEVATOR, and'for (out-tin- g Rattle?; Stephen Sasser to Ange-lin- e on some other important case, when I was er of Agriculture, has been appointed Sta- accomplished by war itself. For a time the to Francis boxes buy tho SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST Settles it, you know), Settles (and that ushered into his presence and received with tistical agent in Kentucky for the Agricul- scheme proved a convenient hack on wbirh and M.T. Gatliff to Francis Scalf. Tbe RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. that cordiality for which he is distinguish- tural department. The position, which has mediocrity might safely a ride to gain and Also a general lino of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Fluo tilUncle Billy Johnson, is in his ed, In his office we met "our cousin," Sam- been held by Col. Charles E. Bowman, is glory. But that time has passed. This ' ing, c. ) and spavined jade has lost its 75th year, and has numerous W. II. McKINNEV. uel A. Walton, now chief of a division, Mr, worth $720 per annum. These and his many warm friends The new Government building at elasticity. The gaping multitude have dis B. R. West and several other Kentucsians, bride a long, wish him and his 58 year-olwho laid us under lasting obligations for Frankfort was occupied Tuesday by the covered that it is a specious fraud; a mere win a gainful popular- prosperous and pleasant Journey adown tho courtesies. It was Judge Durham's regu- postmaster and Deputy Collector of Inter- gambling device to shady walks of life. lar reception ovening and his elegant home nal Revenue, Tne building will not be en. ity. It is imagined by a few that by this Vague and mystic rumors were allcat on Pennsylvania avenue and he delegated tirely completed for a month. It ccst, with utterance the President has lost his prestige on tho streets Tuesday night that County faand thrown away his chances for future Col. Walton and Mr. Eugene Wills, of Bus the site, about $150,000. Gov. McCreary was the only one of vors. But when the stunning influence of attorney Catching had tendered hu resigsBllville, Ky , to take me thither. A very as such, which later proved to be pleasant half hour or so was epent there, the committee who opposed the large in- this thunderbolt, which exploded In the po- nation well founded. His resignation will be acwhere wo met many Kentucky ladies, iu creases in the Consular Bill, and opened litical heavens, has had time to subside, Ever-sol- e, Is fight on it in tho House. But for his ser- men have rubbed their eyes and begin to cepted end it understood that II. C. eluding the beautiful Misa Hut, of Woodlate Commonwealth's attorney for the ford, couoirt of Shelby Tevis, of your coun- vices, it is 'thought, tho bill would bavo think that In this they eee the brightest, 15th judicial district, will be his successor. ty. I wan completely surprised on meeting passed, and about $300,000 frittered away boldest, bravest move that could possibly Mr. Catching wasmnly elected last August Cleve have been made to establish Mr. Mrs. Durham to find her so young and on the diplomatic dudes. does nol look a day over Superintendent of the land's claim to continuance in office. Then and entered upon the discharge of his duJohn Jami.on, handsome. She ties with such zeal that his resignation so 30 if indeed that old. Her engaging and Railway Mall Service, has resigned. Mr. hold your grip, Groverl Stand to your soon will be a surprise to those not accordial manners and her excellent conver- Jamison is a working republican, who for guns to the end. Another broadside or two quainted with inside facts, like the last will arouse a spirit that will sational powers make her a great favorite two years has held office under a democrat"I'll make you dunce!" cried an irate those who, as greatly as they ic administration Thomas E. Nioh, Chief not be laid until it shall have extorted and ther are mother, pursuing her erring son, slipper in Clerk of the Postoffice Department, has fraud and duplicity of startling hand. "Then," remarked tbe juvenile, "vfc admire the Judge, say thnt he has will have a bawl." been aonninteJ to fill the vacancr. himnelf by a good deal. , dimensions. one-hor- Stanford, Neither West Virginia nor New JerPresientirjlr his time was sey has yet elected a Senator. dent, as I knew how Captain William Turtle, one of the tiVen up br those who seek office, but Got. McCreirj aild It would nerer do for a dem m os ted noted American detectives, is dead I had not intended to call on th- - CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN c COUNTY. f- - f" i Mr. Sam Utrdln has bought G. W. Eiwards' stock of groceries, We will sell our entire Btock of hetvy boots and shoes for prime cost. Hutchings k ?,. r M,EASE KEA1 Spot-eylvan- ia T. R, WALTON, - 0t, ery altrac-tiveneo- s. WALSH, THE TAILOR, LOUISVILLE, P. EXCLUSIVELY. v. JOE F. WATERS Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Quecnsware, Etc. d B Main Street, Stanford, Ky. olivee kTkv zflowsi e J5iliH5ivlt?3Sliiifi& s. W. EC. IIIGGirV first-name- d, wind-broke- n .!.,. Wall Paper, i Furniture, Oases, Gaskets, Robes i out-marr- ied Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEARER Stanford. "mi n .i ,!., m a nA3BS555 ?$ ccjM--- af -- ' ttitau, $rtouctrttt " . Wr t l-l Don't buy yonr plows until you we the " Bllver Hleel nt Wenren A Menefee'd. Stanford, K7- - fl February 18, 1887 - Business Manafror. A HANi)30JiE line of carpets, oil carpets, mattings and ruge, nt Owsley A Cmig'e. Central Lodge, No. 8, 1. O. O. F , will will bore an artesian well and meet to night (Thursday) and Friday night expects to have a big wheel factory. for the purpose of conferring degreee. Via A nice line of decorated and common jwer pots at J. F. Water A Co.'a OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT T. Lebanon H. C. RTJPLEY, MEHCIIANT TAIIiOK, B. O. WALTON, t.Jlf. -- 0M Uall train i(oln North. Boutb Express train" Houth.- - rf Bno. PiAIined has telegraphed Capl. Mia. Nathan Dacouerty, of the Richards to forward his mail to Koeclusko, neighborhood, died yesterday of Attala county, Mini. consumption. Tur-nersvi- CARD. " " Horn...- -.at The jore li calculate od standard llmt. Solar rials about 20 minute uitar ......n ....... ....... 18 r. M. 14 Aim 2 1'i -....- 1 . 3 10 r. at, 0Cl NOTICES. LANimmi's Garden Seed at Penny A McAlister'a. Ask your Krocer for the Cincinnati Us king Co.'a cracker and cake. W ATCiiia and Jewelry repaired on ahor ooUce and warranted by Penny A McAlia r. HUNTKiw, Attention; Iiaded Cart. rldgr, all aixea of snot, at Penny A Mo Aliiter'e. A ooMri.rrE stock of jewelry, latent ityle. Itockfortl watches a specialty, Pen ny A McAiister. PERSONAL. Mim Doha Btiuuii is t.sIi.ur relalWe at Parksfille. (Ieoiuik PnEwirr, here thin week. Muw of of Liberty, win Ida Pueyyitt, the College finite ick. Lee, of the Wrought Iron Range Ci., wa here this week. MibaJanh Chow, of Richmond, bni been Tilting Mia Itetay Pennington, Mia V. P. Tate and little Maude Moflelt went to Louisville yeoterday. Mu. C C Williams, ol Mi. Vernon, was here on legal biulne this week. We had a pleasant call from Mini Minnie D.nwiddie, of Hustonville, Tue' day. John Oaiidnkii, of Montgomery conn ty, Mo , who has been the guest of the fan ly of Mrs. H. F K ibanks, has returned. Miw l.rcv J. Williams, a handsome widow of London, hin been the gueal of Mr. and Mm M. I) E more. Dn, Andiikw Seaiujent, of Hopkins-Tilt- e, and Mr. James Beargent, of OaDgt county, Texas, attended the burial of their father. Oon thanks are due Mr. J. A. Lytic for a b(ch of Harper county, Kansas, papers, which show that the county is enjoy I faculty, W. K We have the only practical hill side RraEUVEneoiti for Uncle Tom's Cabin Monday night, on sale at Mclliberts A plow on the market -- "The Malta." Wear-e- n A Menefee. Stage's at the usual prices, 75 cants. Mn, N. II. Woodcock tells us he leads On our editoiial page will be found an interesting letter from our editor, telling the boys so far in selling big bills, having about his trip from Richmond, Va., to sold to Mr. F. W. Handman, of Din villa, Washington and about his talk with the a $2,500 one. John Biiyant was given two years in President. the penitentiary, at Lancaster, Wednesday. A of negroes under charge of This Is the only felony verdict rendered Mr. II. Guy Vnughsn,of Ashland, Va , during this term of court. pasted up yesterday to work on the Mason II !! A Carpenter ontract, between Corbln and The corporation notice of the Stanford Roller Mill Company, required by law to Darbourvllle. be published 30 days, has been crowded out A niEiniiT train ran orer and killed a of this isrue, but will appear in the next fine mule for Mr. S. W. Givene, Sr. The and thereafter for the required time. wonder Is that it had not killed a doten or Aiidey'h Double Mammoth Uncle Tom's more, m C2 were standing on and around Ihe track, and a Urge number were pushed Cabin Company wjth bloodhounds, donkeys oCT by the engine. and two brass band,!, white and colored, will bo at Jei'1uyant, a colored minister of 21st. See the Opera House Monday night,2 their grand street puade nt the gospel, wan tried before Judge Carson, o'clock r. u , Monday. comTuesday, on a charge of Ml.l !... SiiKiiiKr Men rEE'd "Sale for Taxes" on mitted three years ago He was esslly cleared and his character was proven to !e our fourth pige. Saveral hundred farms and lots are oflercd, which some of our as good as the best. monied men might speculate on, Tne rales Mn. C T. Athea;in, of OjIo, gave a will he made before tho Court-Hom- e door lecture at the Rowland school house on on next county court day. Wednesday evening. Subject The eflecls i CAU-LOA- i) ins a boom. has Invented. It strikes us as just tho thing for preparing our blue grass land, and wo M Johnson, who has served this hope Mr. Moore will get n pitent and Mu J county for n number of years ea deputy mike money out of it, and we bcliove he will. eherifl in a woit efficient way, hai gone inMtssia. Geohoe Stevison and Tom to the general merchandise busine at Kings Mountain with a Mr. 01 aw. Mr. Fish, of Crab Orchard, brought here and Johnson is a particular friend of ouri, and put in jiil Tueeday Mies Lizzie Smith, i we hope and believe he will make it a sue-ci- lady of ill fame and batter known as "Sor ," financially. who will havo to lie there for the next 35 days, for carrying concealed wea Tin: Senato Committee on Pensions has reported unanimously a bill to increaso the pons, Only a short time ago she drew her pop," while she was drinking, on a pension of Gen. Speed S, Fry, of Danvillo, "little drummer at Crab Orchard and made him to $50 per month. Mr. Beck represents beg for his life Sho id considered a dan him as totally deaf and totally helpless. gerous character and especially so when We euppote that his helplessness doesn't drinking. apply In a political sense, however, ns a very short time ago he traveled oyer 200 RELIOI0US. miles to attend a convention of his party. The New York Presbytery passed res rel-top- of alcoholic liquors on the stomach, illus trated with yiews by tho magic lantern. There wai a good audience, and the lecture was listened to with great interest. Mn. Hal Moore, of Crab Orchard, showed us a model lanJ pulverizer that he with his lorely wife, vlcitlng his sister, Mrs. Co," The capital of the company will be J, N. Vaughau. at 1,013 E. Marshall' street. f'20,000. The mill will be refitted from -R- ichmond, (Va.) Daily Whig. roof to basement with the latest and best machinery, so as to manufacture flour and LOCAL HATTERS. meal by the complete roller system . W. Knw.t Ye ist at 8. 8. Mer. N. Potts of Richmond, Ky., has invesfed $4,000 in the enlerprto, and will give his New garden seeds at A. A. Warren's. entire time to the running and operating FE8U Fish Baturday at WT. F. Ram of the mill. Ho is oce of the best and eey'i. moet succeuful mlllwrighta in the State, and has never built a mill or put the maIlAin cutting and shaving done in the chinery in one which did not prove a com thalateetstrleby Will King. m plete succt" He will superviso tho refitA riii.frULAi buggy mare and a Jeisev ting of the mill and select all machinery, cow and cilf for ile. Mrs M. K. Prewitt Mr Potta will move, with hid family, to Stanford, and we are reliably informed that We have recelycd an elegant lino of plain there U ns bjttcr or more enterprising citiand checked" white gorl, Hamburg edgzen in the city of Richmond than he. T. A Craig. ings, etc J. Foster will buy the wheat for the com.in-- ., Salt and Coal, Will sell 7 bmbol bar- pany and manage its financial aflalrs. With rels of aalt at $150. Coal always on hand. two such men as Mr. Potts and Mr. Foster to control the mill, we feel insured that our Isaac Hamilton, Rowlund of window town will not only furnish as gcoJ llour as We have a nice new line bo purchased anjwhoro in the State, shades, of nil colorn. We will make thrm can but that the stockholder will reilizj n Priua vry low. to order on application. good per cent, on their inveitment. ' B. K Wearen. The First National Bank of Stanford olutions condemning loote views touching the editor has sold the mill and elevator to a compa the inspiration of the Scriptures that have of that fearle democratic paper, the Inte ny to be organizjd dnrlng the present week become current in certain parts of the Chris kior Jouiinal, Stanford, Kentucky, is, and known as the "Stanford Roller Mill tian Church. Col. W. P. Walton, formerly of Han. now orer county, this Btate, but 0ley m The meetings at the Methodist church are increasing In interest daily. Luge crowds are in attendance both night and afternoon. Many have been turned away irom the doors, unable to find seats within. The pews are filled trery night and every available space in the aisles occupied with Hin ADTXBTlDKHEnTtl. chairs. An early attendance is absolutely necessary to secure a seat. Rsv. H. C, Morrison has completely captivated our people by his earnest, soulful appeals. He has a All persons tro -t- reed not to pais through taj keen sense of the ludicrous, and with a tenpremises any route except by ipcll permission. der heart he keeps his audiences laughing J. II. 3Ill4l.HR, :C St. Btaolord, Ky. and then crying, The church is greatly revived under his ministry and la putting on Up to this dato six have now strength. beeuaddodto the church. The meeting AND will continue through this and the next 1 Winchester Democrat. week. . LAND. STOCK AND CROP itora from Stanford and Lancaster are expected. I have received and still receiving Mr. J, M. Tarkington and Mls Rue Ann Irvine obtained marriage license on Wednesday, and were married yesterday at at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. J. Comprising the best In the market, which will be W.Irvine, of the West Ead, Rsv. R. II. Qotton Up in Btylo and Mako Sooond to IN ono in City or Country Caldwell officiating. David Graham, Alfred Graham and Give Ne a Trliil. Mark Crittenden were tried on Tuesday before Judge Lee, as an examining court on a charge of killing Frank Burnea last Friday evening. All were held without bill to await the action of the grand jury. Tfce testimony was very much mixed. A good many of those who heard it think the case (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Pacific Hallway.) ajainst the accused not very strong. A "lady" named Francis Grifliln was Now taken before the police court Wednesday Cuba, West. morning for very indecorons conduct the night before. There was a prayer meeting near her residence and every time a brother CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. or sister began to supplicate the throne of READ DOWN, KKAI Ul grace, Francis, who was concealed in the THAINftbOUTH. TltAINHNOKTH dark outside, would smash one of the winNo. 6. Wo. 7. No. 1, No.3. No. 4." No.l. No. 6. No. 8. (STATIONS. Daily dow glasses. She was finally detected and Dallr. Dilly. Ex. 8un Dally. Dally. Ex. Bun. Dally. Dally. Dally. reported to a policeman, Francis' recrea7 55am 7 65 a m 4 03pm 8 10p ...A'rv 6 42 pm 1025 a m 6 40 am 5 00pm tion cost her $10 and coeta. 4 30 pm 7 27 a m 1 25 a ra 2 01 pm Georgetown 10 53 a ra 10 02 am 7 05 pro 10 52p 4 15 pm 7 00b m 405a in i j -- Mrs. Motile Mullin, of Chattanooga, ie 1022am 7 35 pm il20p 1130 a m pm 3 53 p m' 6 27 a m't3 33a m 104 pm 1154 am Nleholairlllc 43 am 8 02 pm imp visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Lanckhart. 10 am B43pm 12 33 pm llarrodsburg Junction.. 3 25pm t5 47 a m .., 12 28 pm 1103 3 12 p m f 5 32 a mi 2 60 a 12 12 pm Danvlllo Messrs. P. A. Marks and W. S. Rowland 1120 am 8 59pra iTsTa" 12 47 pm 302 p in 5 20 a ra 2 45 a 1201 pm 1135 am 910pm 12 (3 a i p ra .Junction City i 25pm ..Kings Mountain 10 4! am 3 Isave Tuesday for New York; at Lexington "i'n'a 33 p m I 20 pm ...... .Somerset pm 120am 9 50am they will b3 joined byS. B. White, olRich 12 60 10 43 a ml S SO a 7 30 am Oakdale 3 53pm looapm 0 05 a m 8 25 a m G 15 pm 7 10pm1 825 a .. ..CbatUnoo ga. mond. Mrs. W. G. Marks and child ex 5 10 p ,12 50am .. ..Birmingham 1015 am 130am ., 9 lip ml pact to return to Louisvillo Saturday. Mr. sn.3a mi. 52n 620 am ..Eutaw..... C4Qpm' ....... . t2 30a . 315 a m Meridian William Harrison, of Lancaster, a vry 740 p ml. 10 40 pm' 7 35 a 3 00am L 800pm ...New Orleans popular young man, who has had at differ12 55 a m 235 am .....Meridian . 7 30 a m 7 3)p m .....Vicksburg . ent timca charge of the telegraph office 15 am 6 15 p in .. Uhroveport. . here, is in town on a brief yieit. Leslie D. 7 10 p m .... 7 5) am P Junction .T. Cox, a popular young clerk of Richmond, is visiting his parents in Cincinnati. No 9 leaves Oakdalo dally exespt Sunday, at 5 II a. , Arriving at Chattanooga at 9.15. No. 8 at 3.03 p. M., arriving at Oakdtleat 6 11 p. m. F. W Handman has on exhibition at leaves ChattanoogaliuQot Mann Boudoir Sleeping Cars on all thrown trains. his grocery on Main street an incubating JOHN C. OAULT, Oen'l Manager, H. rOLI.BHAN, Oen'l Frt. A Tans. Agt., machine built by the Perfect Hatcher 11. X. P.VAN, Ast. Gen'l Frt. A Paai. Agmt,. B. CARROLL, Oen'l BupU, Company, of New York. The obiect of it W. W. WELLj, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. is to save bens the care and trouble of General Offices, St. Paul HulUing, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, OUIo. hatching acd rearing families. It is run by heat and regulated by an electrical apap-ratIn 21 dys it will hatch out 320 eggr. in connection with the incubator ta a "brooder" for tho young chickens to run main in after they are hatched. Mr. Hand-ma- n expects to raise poultry extensively WtsM-5aW on hie farm, and if the machine referred to, works satisfactorily be will order others of Jw AtV .ipy S'jr jdnSry larger capacity. James S. Chritman has returned from tBWl---W.TyB8-Cyi y', Council Bluff, Iowa, where he reports a Wj TJi Mi I big boom in real esta'A The town is just opposite Omaha, and until lately, Mr C. i l ZJ?iz&vHz? I says, the Union Pacific isilrosd hai been fighting the first named city in favor of the latter. Now thn interest of the corporation 4cBsBsaB-?i5 lies in Council Bluffs and that has caused the boom. Mr. Chrisman and his brother-I- n mm. ui-Mfrrr0- ilaw, Mr. Robtrds, of Harrodsborg, sold $27,000 worth of real estate at a handsome asprofit and refued to price 40 acres of land tbey own in a quarter where the ciiy is rapidly building up and where prices are advancing daily. New Goods for Fall and Winter, Queen and Crescent Route. Orleans, Florida, South Shortest and Quickest Line to South East, Texas, -- 1 us. PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! s iOaj"M'TTw"BBlf xCW V-E- lr EP f??JF We have much the largest stock and best sortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. mi m Hn Skipped It seems that Mr John JuikikT. W Vaiincn went to Coving II. Miller had forbidden a son of Willis ton Tuesday to eeo about the K. C Riil-roacolored, to come on his place, and p lying its county tax which it has euly Tuesday morning Mr. Miliar spied county. failed to do in this him running through his field. This worI have moved my entire stock to the rying him considerably, he bean throwing room lately occupied by the Commercial rocks at the boy to ecsra him, who was so Hotel bar and am prepared to wait on any far awayand running at such a rate that it one wlihing something to eat. J . T. liar would have been an impossibility to hit ris. him. The boy told his father, Willis Crow, A building boom has at last struck our about it, however, and this making tho nelittle city, and eeyeral nfea residences are gro mad, lie went, to see Mr. Miller about J. W. Yanarsdall is it. He was inclined to bs a little saucy being erected, erecting one of the iarzeat aud best busi- an I thetwo got into pretty hot words; the ness bousen In this part of the State. It negro swearing ihit he would do him will be ready forocoupancy about the first harm. Mr. Miller, not wanting to have City Cor. Advocate. of April.-Junct- ion trouble, and especially with a negro, came town and got a writ out for,him, which was Booth's Theatre has baen crowded every given to Mr. Din Miller, who want out af night during the past wtck, Abbey 'd Doubter Crow. He had no trouble in bringing le Uncle Toiu'd Company being the attrachim to town, but on seeing so many of his tion. The performance given by this com color eyeing him, he could not stand being pany is far superior to that of any similar under the charge of an officer any longer organization which has ever visited this and tried to slip nway, but that eagle eye city and ban given universal satisfaction. of the constable was too quick for him, and N. Y. Sun. Crow was watched closer than ever. Then Oon town is dead, there hasn't been a he tried to get away by miin ntrength. drunken m-- u seen on the streets for a week. This got the constable infuriated and he be Streetcars would piy If somo enterprising gun atonco to hit at his prisoner with his man would lay a track between here and walking cane. Crow, seeing that Mr. Mil Rowland, where there are two saloons still ler did not have a tight grasp on the cane, Stanford cor. Cen jerked it nway from him and began turning running; time not out. Mulllna' scribe hai the tables, when Mr. Miller drew his pistol tral Journal. .Brother a strange idea of what makes a live town. and levelled it on Crow, who at the sight If it is drunken men that make it we joy- of it started to run, but Mr. Miller haltfully sy "Let her go G.illsgher." ed him and had no further trouble in taking him to a room in the Court House to Hos-kln- s. A little child, daughter of Beltlo 6 years old, waa started await tho arrival of the judge and county colored. 5 or attorney. But while tho occupants of the from Fort Hays, Kansas, Tuesday morning entirely alono, with ticket to Louluville room were busily engagoJ in conversation onlv. and arrived in that city all right, about Mr. Miller ami Crow'd the negro skipped. Mr. Miller Wednesday night. There being no one to says ha did not get away from him, but to meet her, Mr. Brown, Agent of the O A M. ho did, kindly took her in charge and telegraphed a man up a tree it would seem that Carpenter asking what to as he had left him in tho room with perto" Mr. J. A. duty it was to testify and not to do with her. Mr. C. gave tho desired In- sons whoeo guird prisoner?. John Miller will not take formation and the girl got hero uafoly Tho distance Is about 1, any further steps toward a trial, unless last night. and considering the vorlous the negro returns and does or threaten 000 mile change?, tho trip is a very rennrkablo one. htm harm. d's C.-o- J. C. Beatty sold to B. G Gover 5 aged mules at $1.5. Fph Pennington aold to Will Catron 3 Lciferaat 3 centp. Fifty ton of hay ready baled, for sale John Bright, Stanford. Fon Sale Some nice clo7er hay for cows. Apply to S. P. Stagg. John Gocgin bought of E. B, Bsezley a pitr of young mules for $175. A good Jack for sale Apply to R H. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. Fon Sale A splendid milk cow and R. E, a young calf. Terns reasonable. Barrow, Stanford. At Brasfield ALstcher'a ealo of trotters at Lexington, 128 head brought $52,885, an average of $413. C. P. Cecil, of Danville, bought at Lex ington the stallion, C, F. Cloy, 6 years old by Calibin, dam Soprano, by Strathmorc, for $G,500. Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will find a NO. 5 CHAMPION, Livery, Training, Feed, tho Plow of all Plows for such work, they are almost indestructible. We liaye various kind of plows and SALE STABLE HaTing rent'il thottabloon Depot street, t am at all kinds of prices. We can suit any one that will prepared to train anJ break bones ou reatoualilo terms. County Court day trade oollclted, give our assortment an investigation. We have a few .IMIIA It. V.lMtl'KXTIlir, btanfoid, Ky. Sulky Plows we will sell at very low prices. 203-C- 3PUI5I-X- C lla-lu- SAMS I g told ray Farm, I will on WEAKEN & MENEFEE. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 22, 1887, At tor lata residence, on tho Stanford and Mill. edce'llle Turnpike (7 miles Irom the former and Hg miles from tho Utter place,) sell at public auc tion an ot my personally, consisting in pari or 90 M'ROBERTS, Opera Uouse Block, DlSA-XFJIt- head of H noat", Ac Alao all my Farming uten alts, Including 1 new Wood Hinder, hsa only cut orer about 30 acres of ground. One Wood Mower, run two seasons, One Uny Press, haid power, ono Spring Wagon, 1'Iowi, ,tc, also Household and Kttthen Furniture. Terms made known on day of Sale T. FOSTElt. 201-t- uucts, Head of Ewoj somo young with Lambs, ume, 3 uows, Southdown uu-e- i. ic & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. IN J. Co in iu 18 1 otter's h'alo ! DrnKS, VALUABLE LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Jones L. Adams, administrator and others Plain-llnJones L. Adams' Uelrs, At, Defendants. In Equity. of Garrard Circuit As Mattr Commissioner Court and pursuant to a decree In said Court rendered In the abore styled case at Its January Term 1&87, I will on the i rough-and-tumbl- e, The central Kentucky hemp market ontinues dull ; $1 50 per 112 pounds b:irg the ruling price for a No. 1 article, acd $3.50 to $ 1 80 for of! grade. A. Smith McCann, of Lexington, sold stallion, by Red Wilkes, his dam by. John Diliard, to Dr. Evans, of Minneapolis, Minn,, for $7,000. Charles Crow traded to Eph Woods a Nobby filly for s three year old Lyle WilkflB filly and $25, and bought of B. G, mulea for $230. Gover a pair ol 2 year-olold jack, Jack FokSale. My John. He is black, with a mealy nose, 11 handa and 1 inch high; sure breeder. Call at my farm 5 miles east of Stanford, on tho Stanford A Preachersville turnpike and see ." him, Sllaa Anderson. Lexington CounT. Thero were about one hundred and fifty cattle on tho market, and the demand was good. Tho price paid was from 3i to 4Jo. 8, Wiel bought thirty five fine New York fat cattle from Tom Alexander, of Mercer county. These are perhaps the best beef cattle that have been on our market for a long time. Mr. Wiel good ones to Tom H. also sold twenty-fou- r Clay, Bourbon. Martha Johnson, colored, was tried before Judge Moore at Shelby City Wednca day on a charge of grand larceny. To get down to particulars, she whs accused of ateallng bed clothes from John Cox, also colored. She accounted for poseeaion of the gooda and was acquitted. d XiiHlcal Wall Paper, Wines. I.lquor InNlrnenieut, Chemicals, BookM, Cla;arn, Pocket Stationery, Paint, Cutlery, Tobaccos, Soapa, Oils, Sfacliln Perfumery, Fire Arras, Iinniiis. Needle. Genuine . . Salts in Bulk at Wholesale aud retail. FEBRUARY 24TH, it: 1887, On the premises sell to the highest and best bid-d- er on credits ol six, twelre and eighteen months lucxiual payments the laud In tho pleadings men PenniF& M'AlisioiPHARMACISTS, D -- - Thn Jones I,. Adams firm in tlontd, e. Orrrard county, on Diz rlrer and on the Nicholas-Ili- a A Lexington Turnpike Road, about sinuea irom Lancaster and a miles from Danville, adjoining the lands of A, J, I'.lce J. 8. Johnson and others, known as Dan-ill- DkALaiSI n uruya, Pinl!.nHii nnrl ?K duims, oiauuiiaiy onu ranuy Mruuiuo. Also compounded. 0LIFPE HOME of ABOUT 510 A0RE8 01 Qood Farming and Grazing Land In a high statoot cultivation, well watered and well Improved, with excellent rcsldoDre and all the Decenary outbuildings, bsrns, stables, orchard, Ac, Said land wilt be soli in a body or In parcels to suit purchase ra. TKltU! Thn purchaser will be required to ex ccute bonds payable to tho Master Commissioner wlthsuroty to o approved by him, bearing 6 per cent. Interest irom day of salo until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment, and a lien retained uron laud for the purchaio money. JlaXP. st. v3?: pyMgM0V y'ui'o rSjSiL JV i PIS II I II Pbvstclans' prescriptions accurately (JPSSWWI-B-J. JEWELERS. The Largest Stock of Watches, Jewelry and Silverware Ulooks, Ever bought to thU market Prices Lowor than the Lowest. Watchoa, Clocks'and Jewelry Repaired on short notlco and Warranted. HJlcJICi t vioL il .At s lift. OUt ItKXSY, Master Commlisloner. itiTPo-sesilo- n terms ot sale of farm will be given as soon as Is compiled witu5U N TI.At the same time and plaej the'o will also A fine young be sold tho following property ,to-wlsik, four valuable brood mares,thrco yearling coin two or three Hood Work Mules, four No. 1 Mitch Cows, three high breed Poland China Hogs, Farmrn ing Implements, Includlrg Sulky Plows, two Binders, (one uer oue) Ac, HousehoM and Ph.-vloKitchen Furniture, onu Plana. and HarAMKIUOA AlMMi, ness. llh'cjslUU ADAMS. (J30t, d.) Lancaiter. Ky., Teb. 2, 1837. n k25fr 'mew Kollt MUSIS tnltlll rtnn' wasto your money on n rum or rnitMr coat, me t 1s.rl""i?.V vltn III. -- wxllinbio! lianjest. torin vm,r and moor, and will keep ypu Urvln TRinaMiKI. nrtluO'l'ISI! llllAHA" siiCKnan.l take no other. If Un A .1. TIIVKIt.a)Klmmnn.St.llninn hint hnvnlh"-ii- i rtmmi". ncnil rnrnVTlttlv,iMlogiit' vLIUIbH irl Ever Made. HMHsYMMMbW T s wMMMWBm!a- i- , t.-- ., "- - . - JSE"""""?! , i"iiipp mmn - tail, i;;, I 7 DEATH IX THE DYNAMO. THE HANGMAN AND HIS GALLOWS RELICS OF BARBARISM. The Beeh Glass -Ty- pe-picturei are often ecen In tho papcra. Dr. Southwlik Discourse of a Dime Humane A cent for the Infliction of Cop-1U- 1 ruuleliunMit Description of nil Deadly I'.lectrlc Cluilr. Dr. A. 1 Southwlck, who i n member of Iho commission to ascertain tho most humano anil practical method known to raodoni scienco for carrying tho death into effect In capital coses, Is an enthusiastic investigator, and sinco the commission was created by tho last legislature ho has spent considerablo tirao iu, making sen-ton- H "Do you bellovo in capital punishment, doctor?" was asked. "I bellovo tho death penalty is necessary," ho replied, "for thorn is a class of people, a lower order of beings, to whom it is jttsitivo-l- y necessary. I refer to people wliocomo from u lino of murderers that K men who havo ileseenilort directly- from fanillica ,of crimiiul iiroeilvitles. Tho man who walks around rvjady to commit n willful, premeditated murder should die. Ho belongs to a raoo that wo wnnt to wlpo from tho faco of tho cirtli. Tho laws are liberal enough, with tho vai iuiw degrees of homicido nnd manslaughter, to protect individuals who do it in tho heat of jwwion or under intenso provo- Here is ono c. as much (ruth on poetry: This r1ad, so frequently seen upon the bar, By the Youth who is tempted to venture bo far, And which causes fond mothers to shed ma ny a tear, is filled to the brim with beer. Now the youth who lager and toils nil day and at toil receives his Auncel should neyer be tempted P7i pend it for beer. Just be to exmakea him feel so queer, U clude must in your childhood You euch a foe, And ever be Shirk to ppeak the word "No." ready approached any time Whsn friend to "come, take a by a drink," Juet stop one ihort mo and solomnly think. The went root of all evil it money, they nay, the claw is one brunch which toilo night and day to wipe out the younj; man's future good name, and lead bim to the LOWEST DiTM3 OP SHAME hard-earned Rltle, Henry, lot in Hmtonrllle, S3 03; Rout, Krsy.lot In Bonyrllle, 10 cents; HIlTo, Husaa. 1 tcrci, Mt. Baloin, St 13; Roe, Bettle, 10 acres, Bonyrllle, 120; .55; Reed, Caroline, 1 " Uustonrllle, .75; Spears, Rena, 5 " McKinney, 1 ; Stewart, Bllas, 3 " Boneyullle, Trice, Mitchell, 1 acre McKinney, 1 25; Tucker, Lewis, lot in BUntord, '31, '85, '86, ft 53; 2 13; MllleJgerllle, '33, '36, Vinson, Frank, 1 M; Welch, Berry, " McKinney .(0; Weathcrford, Klttr, lot Uustonrllle, V Unite, Cella, 20 acres on Hanging Fork, '35 acd lBBaBaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaWaaBaaaaaaaaaWBBaBaaaaaaaC NS FLORAL 'SaaisBaaaaaaaBaBaawVX GUIDE Color-- '86, ST 70; Warren Sidney, 2 acres, Bonyrllle, tJ; Wallace, Matilda, lit In Stantord, 60 cents; Walker, Alex. 1 acres, Boneyrllle, '85, '80 tJ 13; HrslM ivtw3IiEi!5iI32Exiini2H3SH2! S tirarral ll.l k fl K4slUa. (Mi Urs4tM In IIuiIkm. IJTtMbrti frUjf. f06 an nil HiulMr. S'rslMlJtaTti1Uoa HuUnrf aaStiotrS tbo.l 0. "talt Uri Commercial College of Ky.UnWerslty. IiUbtU Vsallltsa;a TheChsapsat and Best Bnslasss Oelfsre la tks Uf i ..w.ll.ily'r Worli. i nlns aiM. h lw.r tMltur. and orrr TABLES erown. with dlnrtlqrii how to f"'.."';?" ran te pneuml. with prlcrs of wch.10 this U Js4ll frfenrfclptof ti)ctnla,nd Itw cnM iluctf.1 from tl nret orltr sent us, l.rery w Inl" KtM In a Ksnltn, nr who ilralmi rood, fresh should hare this work, W refsr to Itw millions hJ da at Ilea hart used our aeeda. Buy ouly kk'a quarttrs. JA3IIH VK'K, HKKDM.1IAN. .lrti df Now muiy.eon'a ns i'mvliK.itlj-'.ia- t For t l8r s 1l;.rJu'l"?,!K',1 TllIITBSO. 2, BASTKKD. Ball's, Atuoi Heirs 60 acres DIx Rlrer S 1,63 Eachback, Jamos and Burger 100 acres Crab TrlrraliT, Nw. aJ Hkort-lln- tir4vta ilamtr4 Heer. kltfMi VI. It. HM1TII. riMl, lit.cUa. K. IUHUEI.tsllOT 0111, iMlalllM. ratlp. Yi t.lr tt w. 1 Itortifalpr, It. Or- chard, Howard, r w h f . I m .. I "And about women' "If tlio law is changed from hanging to death by electricity then it should and would ba made to includo women as well as men. An r discrimination bo'ween tho sexes would make the law unconstitutional." "Would there bo nuy objection to executing women with electricity" "No, sir; thero would not, I think thero would no longer bo tho wnw prejudico that thero is now, becnuso hanging is a poor w ay of inflicting the death penalty." "How would you use electricity" "Just seo here," said Dr. bouthwick, jumping up and scatfng himself in an arm chair. "Tho condemd man can sit naturally in a choir lileo tbls, placo Lis hands on tho metal arms and con verso with thoso around him. Tho metal plates would bo connected w itli n powerful dynamo nnd at tho proper moment somebody in another room would press a button, ckne tho current and tho fatal shock would pass through tho body f tho subject. Tho charge w ould go stnnght through the heart and lungs and ponotrato the system, death instantly resulting. Tho cxponso of the apparatus w ith which to orecute by electricity in tub city would bo about $150. Connection could bo inado with tho el ' ic light statioil, and tho cxponso of an ev"".ition thereafter would bo of It would not cost auy little consequence more than a cigar to kill a condemned man after that. It would not bo necessary to maintain extensive and powerful machinery in all tho prison, and it would bo vastly cheaper tkan hanging." "You bolievo then in electricity?" "Electricity is the coming power. Death la instantaneous and tho body U not defaced., Thero is not tho morbidness of a, hanging, which Is a rclio of birbarism. Just sea a recent execution here Hainan's I think it was when the hanged man breathed, flf teen minutes after the drop fell. If that is instantaneous death then I would rnther hare a lingering death." "Have you considered poisons as a moans of executing criminals?" "Prussic acid hag boon suggested, but neither that nor garrotlng has met with any favor. A few have advocated the guillotine, hub I think it is a barbarous modo of causing (toata. Hardly any one favon hanging In preference to electricity, tho very system being. barbarous, as are tho method and paraphornalla used." "Do you expect that your plan will ba adopted?" "I sincerely hope it will. If it is adopted by tho coming legislature other states will undoubtedly adopt it, and I think that within two years it will be adopted all over tho world. It would certainly bo better than obliterating the death penulty, and in tho paso of a woman there would bo much less objection to its operation than there Is , to hanging." " Dr. Southwlck added that in England tho sarao question bad arisen, but no satisfactory substitute for hanging bad been suggested. Ono of the commissioners suggeited that various moans be adopted and tho condemned culprit bo given his choice of deaths. State Senator Daniel H. McMillan ha written a letter to tho commission in w hich he says: "Tho principal objection to tho present method is that it Is primltlvo In ite origin and barbarous in its effects. It lacki eery elomont of exactne and precision. It U absolutely impossible to arrango a formula in to tho size of tho rope, tho longth of the drop or tho heft of tho weight and tho of its fall, as the several elements must not only depend upon the Mzo and weight but tho geuontl build nndinakoup of tho convict. Tho want of exactness in theso foveral elements sometime leads to tho mutilation of tho body by severing the head; to unnecessary and sovero suffering by reason of tho breaking of tho rorw, and also to death by suffocation whore thero lias been an Improper adjustment. All theco things coin-bln- o to nnko hanging by tho nck moot brutal. "I am heartily In favor of Uw application of electricity for tho purposes in question, for tho reason that it is simple, sure and IKiinlcw. I think that If tho places of execution wero limited to two in thU state, say ono at Auburn and ono at Sing Uiug, tho two etato prison, and that all convicts as soon as condemned to suffer tho death penalty should bo confined in ono of those two pilsons (depending soir.ovrhat upon tho locality of tho trial), it would bj a vast improvement upon tho present method othav-in- g tho criminal confined in the county jail till tho day of execution." Ucsavding tho machinery to bo used Genato: McMillan says: "These executions could tako placo la tho jail proper, in a room wt apart for that pnrpoce, with no appliances savo that of a chair, with tho hand root of each urm properly connected with an electric machine, In which tho condemned might bo seated and tho connection made by etrupplng a hand to tho hand ret on ooch chair. Thero can bo no difiiculty whatever in procuring a current of electricity of suffl-nehtrcngth to paralyze the muscles of tho heart by thU uuthoJ. Indeed, tho current that is aed in this city for eltctric Is of sufficient strength to lighting absolutely dUineniber tho body of any human lxiug, but ii current of electricity of sufil-ciostrength to cause Instantaneous death by passing trom hand to hand through tho heart will not mark the body In the lemt." o nt pui-po-nt cation." Revenge is Sweet. 8he wasn't very young, but ene had money. lie uiun i want the earth. "Dearest," he becxn, hut she stopped Brlubt, Polly lot Stanford, 10 cts. Cook, Wm. houso Stanford, '33- - S3 60. him. Craig, Lee lot "I anticipate what you about say, Mr. Emery, Mary Dlx Hirer, 90 cts. 15. J, lot Stanford, SI eparo SaaUHcn," sue eaid, "and I would GUI Green, 2 acres, SI 10. your feeling, but it can never never be I Gale, Frances 61 acres Green Hirer, 1833.0, esteem you highly and I will ba a sister Guest, Darld 2 acres, SI 55. acres Gilberts Croek, 12 1 seres Dlx Hirer, ft 15. Uobbe, Mrs. A. h. Uolrs 90 Dlx Hirer, StO 15. 1353-- 6, 5 75 Huff, Alrln 290 acres netr Poor-hous- e, Manael, Magld 120 acrca Cedar Creek, SI 83. Mordll.e. Nancy J. lot Crab Orchard! 1 DO, Owens, Mary 50 acres Dlx Hirer, SI 15, Andrew 33 acrca Dlx Rlrer, St 03. Payne, J. T. 3 acres " ft 35 Hay, Mike 55 knob land, St 10. Hippy, J. P.,br. lot Crab Orchard, S3 70. Robinson, W. R. lot Crab Orchard, S3 70. Surber, Alfred 2 acres Halis Gap 1833-6- , U 05. Spratt. K. J. 100 acrts Dlx Hirer, 87 95. White, Johnand Jamoi 15 acres Dlx Rlrer, SI S3. buck no. 2, KUI BXD. Bright, Harrison lot Stanford, 18334, 82.30. Brown, Henry J. lot Stanford 1SSS-- 6, 81 73. Raughman, Clate 2 acres Halls Gap, ti. Hlatt, John J. ft 15. 1 (3TJ-3Sr-- S .SHni.TC J. C. 1 DOUULK DOUULK " " 12.00 1.00 4.00 10.00 MTERSHOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr ThiB Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND SLtOLEIIRkKCII LOtDKIt, " Ijdo. POWD Absolutely Pure Thtst powder noTer varies, A marrel of purity, strength and wholesoineneu. 'More economical than the ordinary kinds, and can not ba sole compettton with the multitude of low teat .short weight alum or phosphate powders. Soldonly In llori,t. IUkiso l'oTDKa Co, cans, 106 Wall Street, New York Prlres on Illustrated Catalogue and Price List tout Free. PARKER, SMITH A OTHER. GUNS OVXN HOIt Kit TO SHOOT CLONE. other rooiIn In proportion. J. C. BANDLE & SON, cKM: eALESMEJU I'ritnsnrnt iwaltloni UfANTEn guarnntn--d WILLIS HOUSE, MUX ST., lilCilMOMi. KV. V.lllh Any lermlned man ran sutcetd with us. l'. ullar to brglnners. ttork compleut, rantas .IAD J?XVK.hKH once. with N.lli.i-liInrlad-Irgman- r de. ad' y Its Proprietor it Determined thnt It Shall bo Second to no Country Hotol in tho Stato in it. Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. AdJrtust Nurserymen, nou x( n it o rii Eits, N. llochisiter, twj PENNY, DENTIST, i tdalltlra. Uutlt tiee. (Name tbls paper ) fUro-ai- Y. J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. SI US will be eoaisjid to and from the li fiesof ebarxe, Kpsclat acrnraraolatl on to Commercial Trarelera. The Har will alnars saptlled with the cholrsit to" "I have four sisttM alre&dy," he retorted bitterly; ''four grown htere; and life is a But, oh Clara," he went on puxionalelr, "if you can not be my wife will you not give me a mother'd protection Life. lovi? I'm an orphan." hideous burden. A Clodd et Elith, of our Aloe 13 "Dear candor compella me, on the eve Duelled to confess Edith (in conBUrnntion) ried mat,?" neddine, that Not a lama" mar- Aker, John W. SI 1 Apple, Wra. B. 6) ' " ' 10 " Arnold, Alex. 2 Buck Creek 30 Adams, U.S. " " '31 1 Adams, Darld A Son 375 " Beo Lick '31 Jt '86 S Bastln, LancetM. hrs 110 " Fishing Creek 2 Collins, Mallnda hra. 139" Green Rlrer Dye. Emily C. 95 ' ' " 85l!fi 6 tho world is tbe Donnelley, Thoi. The largeat theatre in 10)' Buck Cieek "1 i i new opera houte at Paria. It coven near Delanoy, Jemima 2J0' ii 70 ' " " bilance 1 y. three acre of Rrouodj il cubic mass ia Denny, Ballnger SO ' 'J " 100,000.000 Denny, Thos. 4.287.000 feet; it cost abmt DsUney, Catherine 100 " Uo Idam'a Mill '3Vti 1 franc. Ellison, Geo. B, 4 300" FUhln Creek 100" Uoldam'a Mill Estls. Robt. D. 3 2 (rrcnburgb, Wm. 20 ' Highland 81 Ooff, Jobn P. Buck Creek '85 6 1 ii 50 " Gutonshon, Jos. 2 OF- '- - ''Ni.; but a somnambulist." deareet? That should not separate u. Why, papa wa brought up an old fashioned Methodist and Di'imt has always been a cloe communion Biptist and thej've cot along very Harpers Bistr. well tokf U er. Alot r? Ellh-"Andisthatall, Guest, Logan lot Stanford. '81, '55 'efi, SI. Glrens, Anthony lot Stanford, tl 10 Hlggins, Squire lot Walnut Flat, SIC). Hansford, May lot Stanford, 32 05. Hays, liachael lot Stanford, '51, '35, 'ii, SI 40. Hansford, Kitty lot Stanford, 1S356, SI 30. " " " S6J3. Hocker. Lewis " Harris, Bob2 acres Dlx Rlrer " " 60 cts Lackey, Walter l " " SI 5.5. Lie, Vlaa lot Walnut FUt 1S3W, SI 33. Lackey, Ben lot Preachers r I lie, 75 cts. Montgomery, Alex, lot Stanford, 1833 6 f.' 33. Montgomery, John 1 acre Bald Hills, $1 55. Rlcheiaon, Ren and A. 18 acres Dlx Hirer, 15 03. 8hanks, Thos. Heirs t lot Crab Orchard, 75. cts. Stewtrt, Myram 1 White Oak, 75 cts. S3 10. Tucker, George 10 acres Dlx Rlrer 1385-BOOK For a good Table And dean acd well furnished rooms, this Hotel hat no superior, GikmI aample rooms attached. DR. W. B. braads of Llqiort aad Clears. riUtesfl00erday. 2ul-l- y ytnntorct. iCotit ttulcy Kentucky LOUIS SCIIIiEG EL, cowl i. a ! lUOTOGRallJlBt uicimoxn, KKVTLCKV. ui51uc.OriiKH JluiUc." 8hortest and Qaiokeat Route from Geo tral Kentucky to all Point North, East, West and Southwest. Offlifi on '.ancestor slrio't, rsat door to In-Blo- a Journal oOco. Office hours from S to 12 A M.aod I too r. ac. AnMtbetlcaadnitnlstrd whir OBCcasary. Ilit-lyr- .l Photographs ia all styles and sizos. Pictures ia India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. Kewdetlgai In Frames an Prices. 10 I Fast Line lletweeii LEXINGTON A JINCI.V Schedule tn Effect Afay IS, IMS. A H Mils at rery low (JOl-l- tiii: TiioitoiiMiiiiitr.n UouTB-Boua- I Ko. Dally "Ho". 11 HO. 3, WHITK. 12 acres Fishing Creek SO PEARSON & CLARK, H0LSTEINFRIE8IANBULL MAKQIIIN OF ADELINE. ThU One Hull will stand the season now torn lf menced at my stable on the Lancaster Plae, the inlle from Stanford Court Houa season, wl'h the prttllree ot bredln( the cow un uui wan to. til toe cow prorca iu emu. aoo Is first sirred. Im Muanla of Adeline's sire, llsrbert. ported Apollo and IWtm ImportKt Uouthern Beaa Marquis of Adllrne's dam, Adeline, est sire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Fisher. For farther psrUculars u to pedlirt m II,- - Ex. Hun.' Kx. Ban Lre Cortngton... Arr, Arr, 55 00 93 35 53 15 83 Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. 13 it 11 WeHt Main Hti'oot. 20S-8- Lre. it lo p mll jxlncton ..talinn 10 Cynthlana.... aria. FaImouth...l t I 10 40 a m a mi 10 10 ami I 10pm 2 M 14 p ra SIS pa 4 M P ISp olOnln 5 IS pa 17 ii Uneasur ii Stantord nincheaur. Klehmood..., , Farla....,Mt p m1 IS II to a m 10 1 0 8 07 p na I 00 p m . praL....... . i pmllt p ml 20 p n U an pa W 7 IS P" , j 00 13 S3 25 13 Lre. Richmond.. Arr. . j..-....- .I Koarra-BOOT'- imbbI. Llrlofston.. , s 4Sam KO. S I 2 04 pn Tl: Ko. II ! I COMMERCIAL HOTEL I Wo, I SHERIFF'S SAliES PB0P3ETY FOR TAXES. ITH 1 10 15 45 BYJ.W. ADAMS, This Is a MoKINNEY, . - 10 75 tt-I-s KY. Hlatt, Ben A. 18 ' " ' '35 C By virtue of taxea dna an unpaid for the follow- log yiari from the peraooi named balow I will ON MOKDAY.'MAROH 1887. Wore the County Court day expote to public Court Duuae door in uuaiora, A.7.. lor cam iu h.nrf th folia vln? oroncrtr oro mueD tnereci u wlU pay aid. taxea and coiU Any om dealrlUR to pay on the properly aarertiiM can ao io Dior the day ol salt by paying one dollar additional and cot of adTertUJnttne. property, and aayoudoto year names will be withdrawn trom thli Hit: KD. BOOK 0. 1. WUIT, WX3T Butln, Morgin, 7 aerea on Oreen Blrerll.GO: Florenw, J. F., 1 acre at TuraorivllU, II. Mj Totttt, Wd. COacrei, MUledgaTllIe. ft "J; Fredarick, M. J 15 aerea, BonyTlllo, $M5; Gatlln, Geo M.,62 acria, MllledpiTllle, 'ai.'SI, 'Si and 'ii, r.25; Haley, Daild E , CS acr, Mllledgarllle, 1 140; Inyart, May E, 27 acres on Green HlTar, 75 cU; Inyart. John It., 5 acrca on (Jreen Eirer, '85 and Rogers, John, Sr. 100 " Buck Creek '81-- 5 'SS, f I 10, '31, 'M Rowland, Alfred 300 " Uoldam'a Mill Inyart, B. V., 5t acres on Greea Hirer, '33, ' " " 21 Rentfro, Jamea a M: nri 300 ' MUlhlgGTllle Russell, J. R. Johnson, Jamia A.. H acrca, MlUoJgeTlHe, "8 J and Reynolds, W. It. 100 " FishlngCroek:83-l-3-i- . SO, I I.G5, Routen, Pleasants 1! Buck Creek McKlnney, Jt 93; rjine, O. r., lot at Singleton, Martha 101 " En banks Minor, Allle and Clay, 11 acres. Milled; etille, 31 Slunier, Franc $2 55, Kings Mt. 'S3 Sterlnwehr, W. V. 100 Moore, La Tayette, 2J0 acua on Grceu Hirer, Stewart, F.llziceth,219 " Buck Creek and '3C, ti 03; Sutton, Mary hrs 111 Uoldam'a Mill Mitchell, Ed C, 352 ucrei on Greoo Klrer, '85 and Sltgleton.JIncy hrs 10 " Ciny Tork '8J-- 6 '36 $7 SO, i9 " Ottenhclm Shellsr. Otts CO conU; Manly, lM,2lacrrt, MllleJsevlllo, WadUns, Sarah A. 1 " South Tork '3J 40 acre on Green Hirer, '33 and Maswy, James, 91 " Ruck Creek '33 Weaber.Wm. H. , it.-ti an. 50" UoldamsJHH '85-Oldbain.'Robtcca, lot at MllleJgerllle, 'M anu '80 Woods, Mary Warren, Wm. M. 11 " " " '81 'tl-S-- Hughes, 1L Aflen 13" Wajncaburg 1 45 Harris, John W. 3 10 C$" near KaUnks Howard,Montomuy 100 a Buck Creek 'U-- t 5 IS Harris, Goo. W. 8J-50 acre ' 3 85 i. Harris Margaret! 80 10 Harris, J. Craig 50 " '" 856 2 69 Harris, Wni. U. 30 ' 1 CO Ham, Johnson D 310 ' " 356 90 Ham, Mary " " 7S " " Karmey Vllhlh M S20 4! Llstenatopher.Gto. CO OtUnbelm 0 Marsh, A'ex. W. 107 " Waynesburg '85-- 6 3 16 Martin, Sarah A. 20 " Uotdam'a Mill '3J-70 " Martin, Darldson 151 " " '8W8 76 Mason, Martin hra, 150 " Green Rlrer 3 70 Melrtn.Jamee wife 153 3 26 Ottenbelm 'tS-ii 15 Mc3u0ey, Hall y 40 Oaks, Jemima 123 knob land '8l5- - 5 V. 85 Padget, MaryC. Kings Mounttln 1 06 11 Polly, John B. Buck Creek '31-- 5 6 i SO Petree, Bhoda A. 30 CO Prewltt, Warren 50 " Oreen Hirer 30 100 " Fishing Croek 2 03 Ridener, W. M. 6 hotel .and hare I hare lately purchase! made many Improremeats In It. style, to kevperery thing la I Intend and make only moderate charge. Aa I hare been oo the road lor tereral years I know tbe wants of trarellnt men. and I will make 186-- 1 yr. It to their Interest to atop with me. flrst-cts- js " tUraa ,,,, Arr. Bleamoad caiue nare laaea tae Lra. Rowland...., The liolsuin-rreista- n lead as the beat far the family, and a craee with Lancaster Shorthorn prod aero a rarr fine animal. I Arr. Klthnaond tbe will buy all the mala ralree betettea y tala t a ft,.. Bull at good r let delrered at weaulo tlest-- a... iiKuiaoiia arr. wiocBestar., r.tKH,- ir. llo--tt euafard; Ky. Art Lre. Laxlngton Lra Paila " Cynthlana ' Kalmoulh Arr. Oorlatton .. tery noe'youn,-- Ball from a cvtsbrat-n- l i.mllT ot milkers includloe tbe cow Kcho. the of her day; her ownerhavlng refaaed ' Lr. Urines too 10 I 00 A at It ii K am am mL ". W I.ll, I. .. to am ....... ' e aa ...,,...l.. 711111 l i ir. xx Farls... TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ! i 6 ' This la to certify that Mr. Jacob Oltenheltner no longer connected with the Lincoln Land Co., that he la not anthorixed to contract lor tbe Company, or recti re money for the aain, or to Incur any obligation In the name ol the Company, or In any way to act or the aame. o. i. President Lincoln Land Co. New York. Dec. 11, 1838. 18S. L.&N. tw 1 IS p ra a w p m ra III 4 47 IMila 00j ) ft m IISO a m 0 41 psa lli.ni XATATILI.X BRANt'II. Noara-BocB- Louisville & Nashville R. R. unit "TT.rT, Oallr Dally Ex. Bun. Kx. Baa. M m Ko.aT men Aim, TUKOUGU TRUNK TO TUB LINi ' SOUTH & WEST CITIZENS NATIONAL KY. D Lre Corlncton... " Lexington Farts J......, ArrMtllersburt"' " Carlisle...... " Johnson...... " Maysrllle... BOOTU-Bonwo, SOOpH mwi S 15 a mt M pta S 40 a ra S 41 01 a to pta a ia a m, a as m -, - -- P M in 7 40 pes I 4M - l ., . pn pn BANK, lyOiilMVllle -- rriTii- Dally Dally Ex. Hun Er. Ban 7 7 8 9 10 H M a 17 a S.1a 4 a 10 a M a vsrsr 6 1 10 5 !C 1 CO OF LANUAMTKK, Pullman Palaco Sleepers. to XiiHlnUh', a ': CAPITAL $I5,O0OOO Lre Maysrllle... ' Jobnsou...... " Carlisle ........ ...... 11 Mlllenburc Arr . Pari-......- m m m ll&Spra 1 Mpca ', This Bank tollilta accounts of Indtrlduali. flriua 1 93 and corporations. Its facllltleii lor making col1 3 lections, lu all parts of the United Stairs, srn un 1 b3 surpassed, and cutojaers are at .all times granted i no any reasonable sccommo.Ia'.loj.s' hey aoo proper t 71 toaak. Webegtoofler our srrrhes to tho cltl-rol neighboring counties, without Hanking C6 facUltle, anJ astort them that any bunnt-s- , sent 1 1( us shall at all Hum hare prompt and falthfiil at1 76 tention. 6 00 1 tO 1 -- 6 Zf. 7 lc Atlanta, AVariifeBfrvBtaiiMfx lUSSIi;i J Little Itot'k, Jrlohllu mid Sew OrlewitH. Only one clnn to points In irlfiliipIilH, " Ixtngton. " Cjrlnton . ' jl SOam -- rn 2 so pm m I IS psa m a to pm 00 2apm j ra ns Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Keeking homes on tho line of this road wlllrrcelrt spMlsl rates, arHco Asjfntsof thl. Company lor rates, routw Ac, or write C. I'. ATMOItX, O. I'. A T. A., Lnultrllle, Ky 6 DIHECTOIWi M JS 20, ,'. pa R ' 2011'. bhcrllf Lincoln County. J S. JOHNsOS. Gap, SI 51; L. F. UUBBLB, acres, Green Hirer, 1 76, , Singleton, Isaac ft Ute Green Cough Balsam for coughs and roMs, J03. SIMP-OS- , Venioc. liicbel, 13 acres on Green Hirer, 10 cts. Pilcn 50c. For sale by McRoberM Stagg. Wagiouer, Thoi. 11 acres on Gren Rlrer, 8I. 'S3 How Is your blocd? Ute G rein's SarsaparlKa and 'if., tUH, Wright, Geo. W , lot luMilledgarll'e.'Sl, '3 and Fur twit- - lir McItolerts A Htacu at SI. J. M UldUISBOrilAM.I'P.GST 'SO I1 LEWIS 5'. Lr.AVEI.L, V..I'UI'.1T., Greeu'a E.'ectric Oil cures all aches and pads Wicher, Gio. K., 50 acres on Green Rlrer, ii 90 J P. SANDIFF.B, CASHIER, For salo by McUoberts A btagg at 50c. WlUerson, L. P lot in Milledgcrllle, '35. 13.30. B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. Wright Sural K , lot In Uustonrllle, 51 15; Grotn's Golden Halm, suro cure for Catarrh at. White, Ellen J., 210 acres, Jl 13, 5Cc, at McRoberts A: Stage's. OruaV coneii, or Liquor Habit, csn bo Cured by NO. l.WBSTKSD. administering Or. Hainei' Golden Specific. Beazley, John, 25 acres, Boneyrlllc, W, Bucklen's Arnica Salvo It can be Riven In n cup of coffeo or ten n Brown, Hawkins, lot MllleJgorllle, S2 10; The best Salre In the world lor Cuts, Urulsie of tho roii taking It, efBurton, Phillip, 5 acr, McKinney, 10 einti, Bores, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped fecting a speedy nnd permanent cure, whether '81, '85 and I'alloy, Charles, 1st In Turncrarllle, Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, Iho patient it n moderate drinker or an alco3'!, 12 13; and positively curee Plies, or no pay required. I. hol lc wreck. Th'jusamli of drunkards Imo Brown, Ed. lot tn McKinney, $2 15; Is guaranteed to glre perfect aaticfactlon, or inonoy riecn tri.itle temperate men who liao taken tho lot 10 cents. Wain, Laura, their remnueu. rnce xo cenu per doi. ror sale by llohlen Specific Iny their rolleo without ilrlnk-ingknowledge, ami lellcu tlicy quit In Mt. Saleui, '35anl '30. Buidett,Ths.ll acres Ponny A MeAllster. their own free III. No harmful effect IJ60; results from Its administration. Cures cunrnn-teeInteresting Experiences, Eiecklnrldge. Abe, lot, $1 75; Semi for circular nnd full particulars. Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, Address In confMenco Goi.dk.v hi'LCino Co., Bright Caleb, lot In Bonyrllle, '33 and '30, ti 55 InI ILice St.. Cincinnati. Ohio. 5 acres McKinney Branch, '83 and Ga., tells his experience thus: "For three years Clojd, Wealey, bare tried every remedy on tbe market for Stom'86, 12 90. Clojd, Joseph, 2 acros McKlnnny branch, '81, 'S3 ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no iellol, until I used Electric Rlttera. Took fire bottles and acd '83, $3; am now cured, and think Electric IBltters the best Clojd, Jobn, I acre McKinney branch, 12 10; Cloyd, Maria, 3 acne, Mt. SaUnt, '83, '88, 65 cents BloM Purifier la the world." Major A. B. Reed, When lixhj was alck, we Rare herCastorla, Cloyd, Edith, 10 acres, McKinney branch 73 cU of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an i When eh a Child, she cried for Coatoria, old standing Kidney affection and aays: "N'oth Cooper, Janus, lot in Uustonrllle, 73 cents, lug haa ever done me so much , good as Electric When sho becjno Miss, alio citing to Castoria, Cooper heirs, 35 cent ; Carr, Illatt. lOatrce, Bonyrllle, '35 and '80, II 10 Bitter." Sold at 30 cents a bottle by Penny 4 TV'hou she bad Children, she gare them Castoria MeAllster. Estll, Vlnj, acres, Mt. Baletn, 73 cents; Moreland, St 23; Gains, Ed, 7 acres, A Captain's Fortunate Discovery, Glrem, Talbot, lot in Stanford, '35 and '83, 13 93, ' W; " " Capt. Coleman, achr. Weymouth, plying between Geutry, BlaJa. " " 5 30; " S.iu I'ruiiclnen's I'ur Trudn. " Gentry, Green, " Atlantic City and N. V., had been troubled with " " 100; value of laud furs and sea Gentry, BuVen heirs, " Tho a cough so that ho was unable to sleep, and was FREE TO ALL., otlcr skins impoi ted Into San Francisco dur- Harlan, John, 2 acrs, Milledge7lllo, '81, 33 2 10; Induced to try Dr. King's New Discorery for ConOur Illustrated Plant and Bouyvllle,35 cts; ing tho last jcar was over $1,000,000, Lytle, Sally, 2 " sumption. Itnotouly gare him tnttaot relief, K. d C'atftloguo (no pftk'en) 100; of which was paid by tbe funlers of Morton Geo. 3 " MorelanJ, '33, '36, with prices of tbo choice! butallayel tbeextremo soreness In his breast. Plants.beeils, llulbi. Hoots Ban FraucUco to supply the demand of Meltobeits, Tilda 3 acres, Turncr.rllle, 'a5 and '16 His children wre similarly auecteu and a single small Fruits, arnpuvlnei, ladles, who little Imagine when donniug b)irut3, Kvprgrrona, Ac, happy effect. Dr. King's New 1123, dose bd tho same will bo mallei! FiiKK to ur3C2, ksaeasar?w thoir furry wraps the danger and oxjiosuro llattvrscn, Neltoo, 2J acres, McKinney, TJcti; Dltcorory Is cow tho standard rtmedy in tbe nil applicants.. Satisfacundergono by thooo who Address tion tsuaratiU'i.-dthat havo leen Coleman household and cu board tbo schooner, , Uwilry, Fount, lacre,Turnersrilie, 73e:nts; walk in life oalU ttitm to the inhopltablo 1'irter, Ntlwr. ifnt Moeliy, lot Huitoorllle, 75 Freo Trial Bottles of this SUndarJ Rraedy at NANZ & NEUNEU, Fran-ol- o LOUISVILLE, Kr. rcgiousof Ai t'.kn and tho Arctic Han eejntu, Teeny A McAHtter's Drug Store, fcf rlnlclet, Muer, Preilcy, JO acru, MtKlnuey, Jl acrei, M; 7.X.31ESRF11E, J. LEWIi V. LKAV1.LL, Win., Maa t HintilNKOTIIAM, JOF.C J. WALKER, J. W. LOIAM, T. SI, ARNOLD, . MULI.INS. . .11. 1 tr. Lexlnzton and Cincinnati, other tralm aredally except Sunday. Direct eonu.ctlons are made at Winchester with ChesspMke A Ohio lor Mt Hterlln. Ashlant. Huntington, Cbarlestoo, W. Va and Eastern elt. les. v No . 8 and 4 run rla Wlneheslsr Bolld Trains, with Pullman Cars Iwtwmr Cincinnati and Itlehraond, Va., and KluchtsUr and Washington, D.C. Throuali tickets and bamsge checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For lull particulars, call on auy er-of th company, or B F. II. MOIIflE, P. A.FEEI.EY, Ucn.l'aaa. Agent, Trar. l'aas. Agent, Chester. KOTLTrtln. 1 an.1 1. 1- nt II E.I,NST.,:ec..rerJX,llU'U'a' (luiieraUiaces, Corlngtou, Ky & OITICISItHt THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y- NEWPORT NEWS I -- UI5SI8SIPFI VALLEY THE- CHESAPEAKE & BOUT UiihI I Kenluokj'H ICouto taB 8aOBssasl OsaBaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaatBBaH HaPsV F itj -- roa Waahington, Philadelphia Now York. and ot Interior Journal HTA.N1COHD, Tbo only line running I'ULIiMA.V NL'.Y SliUKlMNU CAKS AMD d. KX. A SOLID TRAIN FltOM W. P. WALTON. la published low price of Pro'r. Louisville, Oinolnnati A: Lexinffton, Ey f to Waahington Oity, errry Tue'.lay and Friday at the Past Trains for Now Connecting In the same depot with w.-v- TWO DOIiIiAKS ri:it YEAIt. iTOB No&tly OP WORK A The Direct Itottte to Lynchburg, Danrlllfl, Norfolk and all Vlrulnls and North Carolina PolnU. For tickets and further Information, apply U yournearost ticket office or address W. W, Mod roe, General Agent, Loxlngton, Ky. 2d Vice 1'iesldent, York. IX V.L1UXS Uulirllle, Kr. Oen'l I'aai'r Ag" and Choaply Esocutod. IlUKrMAK, oue-quart- er rjIQB 1' MTJIIGEOW OOce-Oo- ato , 8TANFOKD, CY. II3NTIT b a "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." Hie OHkIiiiiI and 4nly (Iriitilnp. ImlUtlaai f"!t2i!.,.M,". nC . ' PENNYROYAL PILLS ""'" i MR1?6' A"k ". "2' 4IIIU worth!... "' irraairlat r - alio M1d dtrtet, two doa low the Myora liolM Fura Nitrous Oxlae Uai adtalnlitfua NAME PAPER, (hlchi.trr S,.,1'L.b. ,,r,.,.lfL1 lir. LiitiM.." Qbrwt-U- ). ri)titrtd. For rale by Dr. M.L, BOOKNE, ( lirmlcl Co.. )lai.uniiiuar,l'lillaila..ra. "' whirr I'.anjrojal HI!. Ti 'ttilfhM oojth r ,' Stsnford,