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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887022201 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. -a I" '.mpn " - t m jjwp-- "j Stent! VOL. XIV. GOD Ml JaH H vT H immwi now. The dear LOUD has bourne ler bravely over all her Iroub'ei and she has learned how He is, as few ever learn the lesion. Ever in Joiua, Geo. O. Baiinb) ) $?& Wwl NO. 205. &) touitvuir.HiwatsaiT CHicAto RrTS STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1887. GEORGE O. BARNES IS 18 LOVE And NOTHING. ELSE And I am told br old residents that a lady may go unattended at night in all the prin clpal streets with perfect safety and freed om from Insult, This was simply amazing to one who came to the cily expecting to find a a place reeking with unseemly sights and Bounds; und sin stalking unrebuked in the thoroughfares. We all, without hesitation, pronounce New Orlaanj as attractive as any city we have yet visited, North, South, Hist or West. Like tho San Franciscan", the foils who live hero deslaro thoy uever want to live anywhere elee. And, to my etirprii-e- , they like it even belter in summer thnS wioter. Though how they can endure the one item of mii'qiitoes, apart even from the volljw fever, 1 can not quite comprehend, gd FubltHhetl Tttrattnu -- AT Mini Frltlnv I'ltA-IWl- ja I'BIl ANNUM, CAHII. understood If we credit PMteJ and demanded. TIIJ3 LOltn. noble city, "Queen of the South," beyond LOUISVILLE at CINCINNATI, a doubt, so far from lying ro many feet 'HI Dally, secures Io travelers I, "above tho level of the seH," lies so many W. P. WALTON feet below the level ol the mighty Miniss-ipp- l, I. At THE MOST RAPID SERVICE and In dependent on stout levees for it jfiww nate Sabbitli. M 7. PffrVO. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY lv,w-?r- t fti A 11 her very existence, it Is not to bo wondered AM "A Our sporlnmen succeeded a fow days I f lk Ever attcmpUd between tho great commercial at that tbe draining cjuestmn should be a County Court MomUy, 2Stli tbe Uhl3 River and Lhicnuo, and henco tinea, after a lone aud exciting chase, in thnlMlot time and most comfort tble trains beUncle Willi Athnv, of Oarrard, witn prrplcxlng or.o. This must always be takoapluring a veritable red fox of large ditween all points In tboA'onfi, or to tho Went en into account when Blinking tho open and ortlitrfnt. Tliocounto'iar' ofthln train hero WedneMhy. mensions on all trunk lines Ii denominated Tlia lAmit-vt- l LEXING-TON"rKY- . (alhrr'fi rewertge of the tuutropolin, which is her lili Ovn Mrer is verr eick I came across an anecdote of Ned Mas Thonurirbro'lln st ck wa emptor rItos patrons Cntlinttnl Com fort. most asiailable point. Aft tbe first thing At Plevtant Vullej ter.son a short time ego, which, thouf.li iKTAtall Coupon llcket Ofllcw In the South Can 1 forget those nights in Juno, you will find our time tables and tickets. Par Jto-toN. A. i'rlce, of thin cmintT, wr. riant-o- J that strikes a traveler unplestantly, it is highly characteristic, baa not appeared in Upon this yotlow rlrerf" get Joitrm and stick to Jianoii, it gentratly belabored unmercifully without you want to suto incner and bare a ploaiHnt Jour-ne- r. a pension lint week. been nearly 10 year egone, but I print. Ned is the only sou of Richard Mir It has L. O.McCOKMIOK, Many dosa and cata are djlnj around due consideration. And, indeed, tho filthy muemberhoff thev howled around my tsrson, formerly well known in this county General Fattenpcr Agent. Chicago. ' ditcheK oa either !do of all the atreeta are Mm ii n City Ticket Agents and Officers: -. pUon; jo)d riddauce. town from protecting net in that lovely month, in His life has been spent thifs far in CincinE. A. Buckmkr, 227 4th Ave., Ioulivtllc, Ky. I. it; Tobbe.nck, 120 V n a it , Cincinnati, 0. Lint week' Hicliiuond Httald came to loathsome in the extreme; and tbe thought 1819 I had heard the diminutive hut pes- nati, where he has achieved a fino reputa tMTUvery tack gumnteed.to give g;itlfactIoa" that rises unbidden on first seeing them tiferous insects hum, and, when fretted end tion as a business man and won a host of hand with Deo 'JO, ISM) at it hend. SITUATION WANTED H. K. TAYLOIt, Some mWcretnt cut the main driviui; with the eyen and smelling them with olfacfoiled occasionally utter a sharper note of admiring pergonal friends. An enthusias tories U this: "What dirty wretches these disapproval. But the jua! of a New Or- tic Mason, he has steadily ascended until belt at the Factory a few nihte ago. certi- Or LOGAN COUNTY. Is a Cand'dite or the office By a yourg lady, who holds a flrtt grade New Orleans pooplo must be, to abide, in leans muquito, robbed of hia prey, once he starH, I believe, on the 32 1 degre; .Win Ooirgia Brown went to At ficate and ticotnp'lcnt to Well Music, cither ai ofSuperlntendent of Puiillc Instruction, subject or teacher AdJr.m T. M. W., care to the Democratic HUtoCoQiont Ion. Hamlltou Collet;. contenlmm', with all this going on under heird, can never bo forgotten. The indi- tending a late festival of the magnates of to attend NiEEloa Journal, Stanford. Ky. Jamw Duke, the 'Wild Iriubman" of their very no?e! ' And I am forced to say vidual equeal, when multiplied by thous- the order, I think at Loulsrille, a pirty cf NOTICE TO CREDITORS nJ Bun-da- that there is still eomethlng in this view of and, rises, indeed, to tho dignity of a the Cincinnati delegation paid their res Hsr.il Patch, wts here Saturday PEARSON & CLARK, OF THE subject, though not as much as Ilea on howl, and the cold sweat staiti at the pecta to the Widows' aid the Home are now tbe surface. In the first place, I know one thoughle of what will happen if there During their visitation the party were conOar lostofliresccomtnodeliorin LINCOLN LAND COMPANY. aKOod is could be desired, thanka to the can easily "get used to it," for I hare been should be a rent in the mipqulto bar. Woe ducted into the chapsl, where the Sanday f, here lens than a wees and already feel All persons bavin; debts against the Lincoln worthy postmaater, Mm. M. 1'. Urowu. After the regular to the careless hand or arm or foot thBt In school was in session Land Company are requested to present them to Mt. Guthrie to my utter self contempt, flipping, by the noanifon of LEXINGTON, KY. Oa and after March let, touche the netting! exercises were completed a wag of the yis J W. Alcorn at his office In Stanford, Ky. repjo O. tj.llICIlAIiJ, station will be known u Maretuburj:, the a process that I can't analyze, into that Through its open mehe every hill that iting party suggeiteJ to the auparintenleat IU tVeBt Islaln President. present name of the piitoQiee at that oczi of slimy indiflerence to the wholo sub can find entrance U put in for collection that Mr Misteraon, a devotedly zealous soon acquires who does not and the haples sleeper is bled unmerciful- Sunday school man, was ject, that one place. present, from WAIT COCIIBAJf. WM. AVBKS. JAS. Q.QIVKSS, rejist the unclean propensity in a very ly. So, I accept the ecstatic accounts of a whom, If his native difli lance could be WOOD WALLACK M IUrrett hvi eticceeded J A.JSnjtth Notary Public. aa eupervlsor on the touth end of the Knox steadfast fashion. Sj hardened am I al- - Vi Diliin. aiimm.r with thiit ilelicate oyercome, they might exp;ct an effective COCHRAN, promoted ready that I find myself walking alongside , of rMerTttJon. ville Division, Mr. Baiith biln, t0 U else I can addrta. The thing was deaigned as a & of miles of it per day, without particular readily Imagine it perfectly delightful. The practical joke on NeJ, who has neither to the 1st division of the main aleiu GENTS' FUKXISIIEUS, Will the monkey that are Uoorinc iu loathing, or special remark. Wa have orange and magnolia (burlih In every yard nor sympathy in the ways of pious SIS, 4th 6treet, 311 Fifth Street, the hemp field of M.vlitan and Shelby ceaied to hold our noses at intervals. We that makes any pretentions to ornamental instruction, and who is peculiarly repug)In the Knights ol Ltlnr, or w ill no longer exclaim, "Mercy, how horrible!" growth. - - counties j - - ICY. The heat ti modifisd by the gen- nant to a prominent place in a mixed asthey bare a separate oruuxiUou called Ai we did in the callow days of first arrival. tlest sea breezsi and so eq table is the sembly. Of course tbe superintendent call. (198-- 1 y.) Booms n and 5, Cromle Block. Of things we saw In one oozy bayou, which the Tailed KniahU? that one can constantly go clad in ed attention to the presence of Mr. M , a Six men were brought to town Friday had not been lately disturbed, I thought of garments white and cool anl gauzy, to a distinguished friend of the Sunday-schofiom.Oonway by'Druce Wilmot, conalible, giving a list, but It would not be for edifi- degree unknown in changeable latitudes, and the orphan from the sister city of Cin Sale charged with trwpaw in cutting limber cation. Only it is wonderful what a con- "Yellow Jack" is only deeaded In epidemic cinnatl, whom, in the name of the Homo, I am dally opening an etogrmt line of Fall MillinBargain. ery, Including all on Henry Mbley' place They were dis- glomeration can be swept ofi a pavement, years. Otherwise, It is tar mora managea-abl- e he cordially invited "to favor them with a I offer tor sale privately In Stanford, Ky., a very charged Saturday on account of m wilneac and float languidly down thee open drains, than our typhoids io Kentucky. One word of counsel." To the consternation of The Latest Novelties of the Season. desirable residence with aeren rotms nnd porch-Wel- l when it please the "power that be" to looking at the open drains and rememberappearing against them of water at tbe door; stable, smoke house, c his own party Ned ascended the rostrum. Alio Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars dc. About an acre of ground In tha lot. For Friday evenlnc when the north-bouflush them with the yellow water of tbe ing the ravages of that awful scourge in the His address was brief. After a few JO. G. ALFOilD, and Cuffj, Kucnlng, CoriaU, Bustle, etc. You terms, dc., apply to vacated by 163- the Agent for J. It. Alford. sentiments as to the solemnity of will AAnd me at next rooms to latelyMrers'IIouM. Scul paaieoger train retched Pine Hill trestle six great rlyer and stir the normal stagnation summer of '73 can hardly think of New Orloor the ler Warren, nenroe wereweuby the engineer about Into a feeble motion. are tho surroundings and the overwhelming KATK DVDDKRAR. leans as a healthy city. Bit statistic With a distinct fellow feeling, then, for hard to beat; and they show by reliable fig suggestlveness of the scene, he proceeded: the mdie of the strncture running at the top of their upeed. All but one made their the people, who, living here, have "got us ures that it is one of the very healthiest "But boys, my mission to day is especially TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 1 escape, he cauld not keep up with his com ed to it," as I already, to my shame, seem cities in the Union. Another astonishment, to you. As I view this array of bright, exMT. VERNON, KY. This is to certify that Mr. Jacob Ottenhelmer panions; jmt before tho engine reached him alio to be doing; and making all allowances this, (or me, ai it my ba for some of my pectant faces, as I catch the sparkle of n no longer connected with tbe Lincoln;. Land This old and Hotel la still maineye, as L note your be stepped to one side and swung oft by his for the "low plane" on which these frequent- readers. And cirlaioly in civil war days, each Co., that he is not authorttod to contract tor the taining lta fine reputation. Charges reasonable. 10 ly submerged and always endangered In hanlion the end of the ties, .dangling doughty general, surrounded by earnest aspirations for the real and the tan- Company, or receive monoy for the same, or to Special attention to the traveling publlo. when the feet in the air. Alter the the engine pawed habitants of New Orleans have managed to good Southern haters, the "Biaat,"was in gible, forgive me if I drop a tear to the incur any obligation In tha name ot the Company, M.r. XEircOUB, Pro'r, ' Mt, Vernon, Ky. IMii him, the train was backed up, when the en- aurvive for so many generations, I yet can command, and saw to the cleanliness of the momory of the time (long entombed with or In any way to act or tha same. Zj. BICftABD, O. gineer stepped 00 and lified him from his not see why, whon the occasional flush will city, with a zeal psrhapj inspired, iu part, the buried put) when I too was a hopeful, President Lincoln Land Co. perilous position, remove the arcomulationi of filth that clog by his own indlspoiition to leave this bouyant boy. I wiah to warn you of the 188. New York, Dec. It, IMS. my Custom crs asp Fmenw. I the gutters, the mighty instrumentality of world in uncertainty ai to how he might rock on which I split. Don't try to carry To MACK BKUCE'd return my beirtjr thank for their liberal tbe Father of Waters is not more frequenttare in the next, it was demonstrated that an old head on young shoulders. The patronage and would any I will give them ly invoked; and a perpetual stream of re- "Yellow Jack" could be kept out, If only morning of your days is given for enjoy- Buggy & Implement House. as good, if not better bargains, in the future freshment is not kept running, as in Salt proper preciatloni ware taken O, that the ment; mature years may nfEca for useful than I ha? e In the put. Come and e me( Lake Cily and Denver, that would make city fathers would take ft leaf out of his ness. Get as much fun aa possible in your The Photographer, I hire now bovhood: ap.e will be sure to lav on suffi To the few who hate nat idled for 1330 the streets a source of pride, instead of book and learn of even an enemy. come and let us talk the matter over. I shame, as at present. Surely a proud city The Sandiy law has lately gone into op- cient burdens. Don't be caught cheating in A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills and - a larr, liko this ould well afljrd one'fmore gleam eration, and with far Imi friction than was your play, for punishment will follow; othor Agricultural Implomonts, will roIo the city March lit fo and to get bargains there for you pump at the water-workamong a peo- don't seek the reputation of being good boys, new stock to be kept going thought posnible.at one time, Besides a and myself requires the cash. Don't be night and day for this purpose, if only to ple from eirliait gmsritloni utterly un- There was my fatal mistake. Everybody backward and go somewhere else because wipe olTth! reproach of pit generations. trammelled in this direction. Perhaps a patted me on the head and called me a Fall Line ot Baggies and Wagons Mario you owe me, but come in and we wilt meet I suggest this tax payers, and I don't need brief conversation I heard in a barbsr shop, good little boy until I was left, as you eee, Always on hand. In connection with my Im carry a ,. jiiemeni business, i win nito yoa in the right spirit and do all we can by to be an onclaeer. nor to consult one, be as a very polite old Frenchman was cut- bald as the great American eagle. Your Conipleto Stock or Lumber, you nnd ask you to do the same bf us. F. fore passing an opinion. iWhat is done oc- ting my hair, and another waslathoriog the honored superintendent wau not a good " L. Thompson casionally, and spasmodically, can be dono occupant of the next chair, will throw light boy, and now you sjo his classic, massive Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as Mr Smith Irwin, the atslant master regularly, and of waterjlhere is no lack, upon public opinion in New Orleans on the head adorned with a glorious suit of luxuLow as nuy oue. riant hair." This was too much and amid of trains at It wland, U certainly tba right The MissMppi is U00 fee dep3 at N. O. subject: man for the position he fills. Ho is more nnd is longing to do anything it can in the "What do you thinkof IheSiodiy law?" a general titter Ned plead "rushing memo- I solicit a share of Tutir'pitronnge, Itespectfully, line. In his way of scavenger nork, before it is forgot- aked tho gent, with his face covered with ries" an 1 effected a masterly retreat. than popular all along the I. Jl. HIICCE. Concert Grand, business c innectloni with the people alone ten in th great salt eea. Oie.tenih of tl e soap lather of the barber. HELIOIOUS. Parlor Grand, responded tbe "O, I like it fi the road he always take epeclal pain to money spent on'lhe Tom foolery of Man'i Baby Grand, Sim Jones tays he would r.Uhsr be n FJCVIS many words Oras would make New Orloans, in this r do "It auits me exactly. I ti all, nui from the Upright Grand, generous einner than a 6t!ngy, close noblo, ofcimmendalhn we hear of him we are -- at pect, what it really is, anvhow, one of tl o never got any rest at all bafore we had it. listed Methodist. M jst any of us would. Thou sbalt ro to JIOVKSI7H for all thy Sauare Grand. Christinas (foods. ifGed he KontraUy succeeds. He i exceed most attractive citiei in tli.i world. And I What do you think of ii?" received direct It urne Iu the British Empire there aro 409,-1- New York City thehas justand chert pest lot from We nre opening the uiost carefully selected, the over nicest "Well, I don't know. I think tho au incly pipulir with the employes, for man? can speak plainly about JtliM alanding refinctt and btst stock of Bsptists, who own 4.C3S churches Tnis brought to this neck of the woods. with Thou shalt buy the Medicines from Rourne reaiona. He con leum none without a fir proach, beoiu'o it is the only real stricture thorities have no right to lit an iiicroswa of 50,000 members last year. IIANON AND OKGASS Keasou: Bourne's goods aro piiro. Tby life Is I believe iti all right to liearlop, though he can bs in stern n any I have now) to make 'upon the beautiful pergonal liberty too valuable to ba sacrifice! hjcauie ot Inert rem -- Elder W. W. Pike, of London, ndver edles. Ever brought to this city. Kvery tnstiument Is neca'iity arissi. We hiva citv. up tha keno shop). I don't believe in Uses judge whu the shut tho pride of nn artist and prices rango from 10 to that he is out of a job, and open to Tliou sbalt msrry soon, very aoon; For neuly all myJprtcnnrelved notioi fl ken). But poicer is not gambling. I dou't bard 25 percent, lower tuau other ucalers ask lor tho Ileason: yet to hoar the first ward spike by anyone cUIh llis cinl has a decided business winter, acdTbe goose bone markcth thli a make same goods. Persons ot musical and art culture Bourne's toilet articles will ofNNawOrletm havejbeen cunptelely up- like inurfarence with personal lib'rty." of him. dhpu-tngltbeo beautiful above thy lellows. (Il tbou dost an Invited to an Inspection of tbe beautiful, tlivor. refined touo and artist designs ol these celet not do Ira to marry, tbou oort desire to bo envied to hiv my mora sem- The only half dozjn oaths 1" have heard in we lj)!.ed around town to set. 1 had th Suuriay Elder Brown, n primitive Biptiat bvcauso of tny btauty. brated instruments: the feeliuu of ourcltini on tbe es shocked even mors than the physicil, New Orleiuj oiau from this gentletniu. I prescher, of Cjlumbus, Ga , declares that shalt go hunting and fishing. Bourne baa Thou aa:ertain il Tito th materials Knalie, tho Fa Kubarnstoriil candidacy aud find that the About opsn drains. Charle5Dudloy (War omit them. he went to school with Jesus Cnrist and Thou shalt have a baby, n fiddle, an accordion, Evliious Decker &Hon, tlte violin .trlngs, lamps, frames, pictures, mirrors, rMaitla; tin in ner had informed me, in ITaipat, in JanuThe French are excellent barber. Mj played marbles with him, prapacti for Mr HarrU warranted leweiry. erett and tho Reliable New England o( tho county are not llittering ary. For what follows I ftvas utterly oM man asked: "How will moDeietir havo and the finest lot of candles Bourne has tries.) etructiom At the Biptiat church Sunday night Pinnos, That I have nottseen a drunk- me arrrttii-- e his hah?" "Jmt as you see it, a litttle child was received for baptism. evr brought to btanfard.mind that Eourno Is tbe .Many seem io uiiuk uiai by hiiv tnitni Tbou shalt keep lu share of en man on the streets, nor a lewd woman man (except lr. Cox) and the lxsst man oiilv a little ahortar. Monsieur ia nu nriuf, Rev. Percy Q. Elsom delivered to a large clorerest Madison county ha more than her The Celebrated Olough and Warren and already, nnd tlmt when It was rcognlz blo at a glancejas such nor heard I neeil not museit." I wUh vou could audience in the afternoon n chalk sermon louoat wituroil, tloleti blitf, "Hoses the John Church & Co, Organs, Kick-cattl- e Shakespeare. Bourne's Is tho place for you. n I "l U7.u oithi nmotig till the thousands huve eeen how palnstakinRly he snipped to the children of tho different churches on in her power and her duty to give In fact, the half ot bis glories and fine goods Please communicate with us for catalogues, term of ui. ; nor wituees-- 1 a brawl or quarrel; nor somslhln,' when the distribution twy, rPiiardlem of time or trotiblel after Christ, the Good Shepherd. A number hare not bed) told thee. nd prices. After a long stood for prayer. Theje meetings will bu . It. & It. J, COOK, Special Ag'ts, ofScea wa going or. in tho way of deputy noliwd any but a r.ire 'policeman at long this little tribute of paliteneua. Htanford, Ky. HXXjVu ! collectorship, general storekeeper, etc., she intervals; nor observed reckless driving at whiU ha drew a ntifh of relief and eaid: "I held regularly in tho future Or KOSE It. IUCUARD, unseemly exhi A. II. Penny, Mrs. E.M. CarpenBcfcrences hope mouaieur will be pleasei." What turned a deaf or, and today thestorekeep crn"ingF; nor nny of thoe Rev. V. C. Btrnei, ton of the gre t Bear-leM. Moore and Store ter, J. M. Philips, J. Magglo ilolmts. James Orch-arhere are moitly from other bitions of city lifo that in ew lork or Ban cauld I do but pty him 50 per cent, above evangelist, who has been studying theologf Valuable Real Estate and and Crab Stanford; Mrs. en Booms. (Jen. W. J. Lnndratu aud MUs Lltxle Huffcounties, while we have good men hero who Franrieo or Lindon are as "common aa hia advertised prict? It is nuch a luxury under B ehop Dudley, Is about to establish As Executor ol Lewis Y. Philips, dee'd, I offer man, Lancastir, Ky. and willing to do tho work dirt." This amaz?d me beyend expression. V) bs treated with ' deference. We were another MUsion in LouUvolle, modeled af for sale, un easy tonus, the fjllowlng real estate In are capable near tbe growing town ol Lancaster, Garrard In point of both flittered, but he not his extra price ter the mist eticcessful ones in London and and When this county had a candidato forState New Orleans ranki very low county, Kentucky: do? L' t tho re -- morality with the outside world. "Under aud I un extra job and we parted mutually Liverpool. He will use the old Metropol on PubllcSquire ot aald One Brick Store-rooSenate, what did MadUon room WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, town, now used as i election. Yet when tho surface," I doubt not, it is bad, as all pleiteed. . Ono framo aioro room on the l'ubllc &tiire, now "Will" is winning goldItanOpora Ilott-epublicans carry her a ltoutly grocery room. to great collections of humanity in this devil's STANFORD, KY. O.ir Roid friend, Mm. John U. Rochester, en opinions as au orator and an expounder used as John D. flarris ran he had no trouble Twostoro-rooraso- u illchtuond Strfet, near Pubcoming" world are bound to be "Tee ibsh" featera has kindly taken the care of arranging for lic Square, on now usol as a Millinery 8 tor a, tht of the scriptures. it. If the "Madison bays are cirry With WALTON BROS. - - Proprietors. other as an Undertaking estahllshmeut governed by it tho Sunday msatlnj; oil our hands. Thin of ground tbey had beat not delay too long or Iluckner Bnd rot spice, wheu thoe this blofk Sj far the tottl packing pf hoa in the adjoining. will l.o sold II desired a lot to are crowded touother, and it mn not be dear lady, known to miny among us in stock tv ill be so high they will be unable One larm with hotiso anil other ncesary for Jo"HcoiniM to rigin thingi, I Kentucky, is now an old ratldent Iu New West Is 5,720,000 head against C.005,000 tbe Uxlagton Turnpike, i miles the oounty for the trilling mim purchanc the Btme time last year. irom Lircister, of 1S7 sens. Slseof Siagt, 20x50. El.ht complete ssts of Seen. boastfully mentioned by a Mdlon unn on well know. But human nature being what Orloan. IIjw bcvely ehe on foiiuM One Farm ol 110 acres, i miles from Utneaster, ory. dentin i capacity, George M. Bidfjrd, of Bourbon count, near the Lexington 1'lke, untiupruved, with house bltuuoaablo rates to goodIncluding gallery, 60 j attractions. when in a crowd epeak it is, I declare I have never aoen, external- life'd b.utle ajaimt heivv odd, a few well a certain ore vion necessary oulbul dings. Shorthorn and one ot the most widely-know- n from Lancaster, Oae farm, unliuprorf d, 3 vie rcfdii'ly lecomirend tho subject of controlling our con- ly, so llitle to shock, ai in this great city of know. If elieaol Oiuiin Muy B)wratn ing on yourf, lhslt rcrnwlf broedsrs in the United State, is dead, aged Ky on tho Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. known o us Ul Ooaonlvxs a quarter of a million of prople. You shall itnn'tLietbrl 'lit crowns ui) yonder for a tenltongwlth money. CttMlttt Acd also ntrsct of JG acres on Gilbert's Creek, tit t (.lest. 70 yeari. rl TO t DATS. t, about tulle from Lnncastor. 4tUTa soil comller. without waimper music everywhere, "The sound of i j;oolii,ht, roiitrttttta doi desire to soil alt this property. sorry, Uncle Hiatus, hettr am Aacxecutor, I sbtr snjin tvrrir ctka 1; UentlemAU- -I At Columbtn, Mo, Auderson, Kim him Biriour tat jia sitikd.Ucn. rvelrv hv nicht" i over on the ear, till ing or nuking fiy.ua of any, then there will I am empowered by the will Io make dreds to it, you this mornurdoDitijttis brough & Bssa eold 31 jacks and jeuneW; lit A fine cbatce Is now dieted to those desiring that I cj't do anything for Alcutt Ai LI.L, drops aeleep, lulled by tho sweet boadtfTiraat aytion of rewirds aiop'ed iZnuCbtakxlCe. average of S515.39 etiarity, you know always begins at one The bouiMorlnTeslments addross toy Attorney, H.T ing, but Illn. X. Y. for lull particulars. bandp, that Hunts over the than I htw leirnol bju. Flow I honor jacks biought an of string CJaclttnatJ.l right, Mister Unole UwUia-- AII highest jaok, Jeieu James, brought $1,005; Noel.LMiMtttr, Ky of Ilia umieralgiied at StanOblo. Inue SuUtyOnicUtw M. I'ltlliMl'li, ford, hv. house tops froat name iciy gncring or o uclliaohlo? court o in woman or intu! right, Hah. I'll call round at yo' txeculor. .) 3u fn.s --il.OO. Sonf-- all "Si-tHeltk" in getting along nicaly 21 jennets broujht a i average of 1174.05. But iniquity nowhere flaunts itself. - c '''out oihea dw'ebenlu', sal Uc- thatll.M l " New OM.EAN8-- 82 llounnoxst., Feb 12 DeaiiIntkiuoii: Keuieinberin thai this HUSTONVILLC, LINCOLN COUNTY. Q W. Ryan, Pen.llcton Jenkins and Abner Chenaultaro all reporiel sick within the last few data, Rav. .1. C. Ittridolph annouaced en Sunday that he had made arrangements to supply the PrebfterUn pulpit every alter- I COMPANY CREAM & w MM rSX j A NEW FAST MAIL LKAVINfi UOTIt t . II f clt-le-i- -- I n, m Ljxint-tonSatur- d.y y. Wholesale Grocers All 2C3-6- my-eel- Street. 137-l- t. I WALLACES AYRES GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LOUISVILLE, lM-2m- KY. IiOUIQVIIiliE, For tern-ptralu- ol MIXMIVJERY. at a nd well-chose- n 162-2- NEWCOMB HOTEL soul-illumin- E. H. FOX, - Danville, Frames Ky, to Order. piAnros! 112-l- " COMMANDS! o razor-scrap- U3 lte.i-.o- int-rfe- ra cultl-Tate- d, World-rcnowiic- oQJce-holdui- e FOR post-ottlc- e. y, dj 133-l- dry-goo- well-fough- ti 1 l l liar-won- y , er --if W 'VAn- - ..-y.-J'.'-a- .'iV . v . A I rjpiMW-S- -- ' HJ HWIIH e!..--- . .iiw i, xl 'JMBlMia!IBMSaAlttiMMii'HWi Ml maw II . I LlljWpirW4J ;&... 4, -- J Stwi-JHteM- l! $nterior$(mnwI February 22, 1887 or the dressmaker hai by ingenuity sup- Stanford, Ky W. P. WALTON, EDIlORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Millions of Money and Acres of Prettr Wo men. Wabuikotok, Feb. 15. There are so many things in Washington to attract the attention of the visitor and so'.maiy subjects upon which an instructive letter can be written, that it is more difficult to choose a subject than to Gad matters of interest in a lew faroMd place. I hare repeatedly visited this beautiful city, but never until this time, bad I made a thorough exploration of the buildinf: that holds the wealth oi o the government. I therefore cepted an invitation of CjI. Saml. A. Walton, late of Lancister, but now chief of a division in the National Treasury, and who by the way is exceedingly popular at the Capital, where all such thoroughbred are favorites, to show me through the vast edifice. Its colossal proportions may be imagined when it is told that a force of over 2,500 men and women are constantly employed in it, auditing and paying the claims against the government. The amount of money and securities which it contains is stated at over a thousand millions of dollars. In oae of the vaults are kept the b.ind to secure the circulation of National Btnks. representing a face value of $300,000,000 and a real value greatly in excels. The gentleman in charge asked if I wr u'd like to see the bonds of any certain bank. Thinking first of the one in the Intbmor Journal building I called for tho'o of the Farmers National Bank. In an inV.aat he produced an envelope and from it drew a $50,000, two $10,000 and a $5,000 bond. The S50.000 wasu4lpdr cm and he asked "Would you lik'j to give $64,000 for that?" "No." "Well, vou would have to pay that and more in the market today to secure one like it." The largest vault in the building, which is also said to be the largest single vault in the world, is 70 feet long, 40 feet wide and seven feet high. It contains $32,000,000 in specie, of which $59,000,000 are silver and $25,000,000 gold. In another vault is $13,000,000 and so on. The men in charge claim to know to a cent the contents of each, though the cpecie is not counted, but weighed in a huge scales, .which is said to be the finest thing of the kind ever made, a single hair turning its balance, and the least wear of the dollars showing in the smallest fractions of weight. The beholder of the vast treasure of the vaults can fully realise the meaning of the lines 'Thou art so near and yet so far," though he can but feel a little prouder to think that it is as much his as any other single indiyiduaPa Decidedly the most interesting rooms are those of the Secret Service Department. Here are kept for inspection all the bogus money, dies, tools and other appurtenances to the counterfeiter appertaining and the display of the ingenuity of the rascals who palm off bad money on the unwary, is Millions ol wonderful to contemplate. dollars of their make, both of notes and of coin, are bejped up here and the bulk is being added to daily, by the expert ladies who count and examine bank notes. This work is done entirely by ladies, whose eense of touch is so delicate and that of sight bo acute that no counterfeit passea detection at their hand. The walls of the rooms are "decorated" with photographs of the makers Hnd ehovers of the "queer" and in addition a huge album gives the "phizzM" of as hard a lot &i ever served aentencej in a penitentiary. With money as scarce as it is in our see tion, it seemi a woful waste to destroy it by the hundred! of thousand dollars worth, but laige amounts are daily macerated in the presence of a committee, to whom is entrusted the destruction of retired notes, national bank bills withdrawn from circulation and mutilated currency. After being "perforated full of holes," and other-wie- e disfigured, the notes are placed in a huge macerator and reduced to pulp which has been cold principally to makers of cardboard, but recently a crazj has sprung up to manufacture statuettes of the President and "Mrs." President and other distinguished peop'e and label them, "This represents a value of $25,000," "This $50,000" and so on. Tnoy sell at comparatively a small and unique. price and are quite Money was formerly destroyed by burning but notea would occasionally fly out of the chimnoy or hang in crevices, and to guard againet the possible escape of a single dollar the macerator was brought into use and it does its work "about a as effectively as could be imagined There are hundreds of other things to attract the attention and interest, but I must desist after expressing my warmest appreciation of the many favors shown me by my 'Cousin Sam," who is the handsomest and s one of the cleverest of the many Kentuck-iangovernment. tit the seat of Thoouly Kentucky lady that I met in the Trewury, and I believe the only one employed there, was Mrs. Agnes Moore, a charming widow from Coylngton, who is a granddaughter of the late Gov. Huston. She is as handsome as he is captiyating, and if I nm not mistaken in the diagnosis of the proof against: her eaise, Samuel is not He'd be adamant indeed, if he charms; glly Ken-tuckia- ns plied, were made to be seeu and they act on this conviction, to the delighi of the admiring men and the disgust of their less favored sisters. I said to Sim thit it was evident that pretty women were not confined to Kentucky. His ptide of birthplace and the recollection of the lovely creatures that have distinguished the State for beauty of her women, made him equal to the occasion, for he replied, "Nearly all the prettiest you see here are from Kentucky. They can't grow them in absolute perfection anywhere else." The greatest ladies' . man at the Cipital is Judge Charles Kincaid, who is also one of the best newspaper men there. There is no prominent society gathering in which he is not a figure and if mortal man ever lived in clover up to his ears, the judge is that man. It agrees with him too and has actually caused the capillary substance to vegetate upon the summit of m bare a crtnium as ever was exhibited. It my be wig, but it does not look so by several jugs full. Continuing to speak of beauty, if Mr?. Cieveland is half as pretty as tho number less photographs displayed iu the city make her appear, she is indtel the yery superlative of loveliness. Women are not Eiven to complimenting the baauty of others of their sex, and when one expresses an opinion of an unqualified admiration of the loyeliness of another, you may be sure that she does not overdraw. Mr?, McUreary tells ua that none of the beautiful photographs do the chnrming lady of the White House even slight justice, that she is really beautiful both in face and figure and that her engaging manners and winning ways excel even her great charms of person. "Grover" was indeed bornkwith a big gold epoon in his mouth to win the thigheU honors of men and the love of such a woman all in two short years. Bat he deserves all the good things of life, for he is one of the grandest men the country has ever produced. Ididnotgetto see his wife, and that is the only regret connected with my visit to the city of "magnificent distances " If T could have swapped an interview with the president for one with Mrs. Cleveland I should have done so and given two to boot, as much as I appreciate the kind reception shown me by the brave and true man who deserves and will doubtless receive a unanimous renomination and a triumphant election as his own successor. I shall be back in "Old" Kentuck" before you print this, but here she goes any w- W. P. W. We got back Friday night greatly pleaded with our visit and El's management both of the editorial and financial affairs of the office. A number of people have told us that he can beat us in both and give us two in the game and we believe it. A numdku nf'newspapers have recently spoken of the editor of this paper as "Colonel Walton." We want it distinctly understood that we are no Colonel and have whatever on the title. No military record adorns our history for we were but little the rise of 15 when the war closed, and no Governor of Kentucky has ever felt friendly enough toward us to honor us with the "proud distinction." The only colonel we recognize is Col. O'Bradley, whose daring deeds upon an hundred battle fields would have entitled him to promotion to Maior General, but for the jealousy of those in authority. By the way, we are greatly pleased to see that the boom we originated to make him the republican candidate for governor is growing in volume and strength and he is aa sure to be nominated as he is to get left in the final race. s GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lancaster. An order for 10,000 shares in the Consolidated Skunk Company was received from Louisville Monday morning. On with the dancel A good sized audience saw the Abbey Co. play Uncle Tom's Cabin at the Opera House Saturday. la several respects the presentation was better than ever given hero. Mr. E. W. Coleman, agent for the K, C. at this place, informs us that on March 1st a regular passenger train will be put on this end of the road. It will pass here going to Cincinnati at 5 20 A. H., returning at Mi f about 1.30. The Committee on Foreign Affairs, bead ed by the New York dude, Perry Belmont, was anxious to increaso the pay of all persons connected with the Consular Service, thereby adding large amounts to our annual expenses and giving it to men who do not earn their present ample salaries. Gov. McCreary believes that the democratic declaration for retrenchment and reform, should be carried out in good faith, so aa a member of the Committee and in the House he fought the bill for an increase with the persistency for which he is noted, when sure that he is in the right. The consequence was that Belmont withdrew his bill and himielf offered Gov. McCreary 's substitute which saves $325,-0- 00 to the government. It is a mighty cold d y when they get away with our represen-tatiy- e. Ik convention assembled at ltichmond, the following strong resolution of indorsement of Senator John D, Harris for governor was pawed unanimously: "We, the democrats of Madison county, in mass meeting assembled, do most cordially and heartily commend him to the democrats of the State, as not only a true and tried democrat, but a gentleman of strict integrity free and upright in his morals and habits, thoroughly educated, eminently successful in business, true to his people and his party, deeply interested in the success and defarmer by provelopment of the 8tate fession and a worthy and well qualified man in every reopect for the high and position to which he aspires." le There are no reasons that Louisville should not enjoy as large a boom in real estate as her less favored Southern sisters, but mtny that she sh mid, aud recognising this, an association has been formed there for presenting in attractive form the advan. tagea and growth of our metropolis, which . has engaged the services of Mr. Young a most competent and entertaining Allison, writer, to prepare the articles which will appear from time to time in the dailies of the city, giving the facts and figures to support the belief that Louisville is to be the city of the Southwest. TnE Pauper Pension Committ re ported back the bill that the President vetoed, with a unanimous exprwaion of opinion that it ought to become a law, notwithstanding the excellent reasons given by the executive why it should not. Consideration of the bill baa been fixed for next Thursday, and if Congress knows when it is well off it will not dare to override the most righteous veto tbat ever eminated from the White House. A number of Grand Army Posts, which are composed for the most part, no doubt, of stragglers and suttlers, denounced the action of the of the President, but all good soldiers com -mend his action. s A jodoe has decided that no more permissible under the prohibition wine-roombar-room- The most serious objection we have heard offered to the introduction of monkey laborers in Inn country was made by Col. James B. Mason, of this place. He says it would be the cause of another war for the d n Yankees would set about freeing them. Miss Mamie Olds is visiting Miss Halite Mam, at Danville. Miss Marion Wot-forof Somerset, is a guest of Miss Fleecle Cook. Mrs. M. E. Holmes is convalescing from hei recent illness. J. E. and C. C. Storines left for the citioa Monday morning. Rsv. B. F. Filch, Presiding Elder of the Danville district held services at the Methodist church Sunday morning and at the Chrisevening. The prayer-meetintian church will hereafter ba held at 2 o'clock on Thursday afternoon instead of night as formerly. The residence occupied by Mr. Geo. Higginbotham burned Saturday morning at eight o'clock. Nearly alt the contents were saved. The building was the property of Mrs. Alice Lusk, of Hiistonville, and was valued at $1,500; insurance $1,000. A defective flue caused tho fire. The arrest of young J. S. lletlis at Harris station last Friday and his subsequent imprisonment at Richmond, charged with robbing the U, 8. mails, ciuod something of a sensitioa here. The young man is a eon of Mr. Geo. W Bettis, of this place, and had always borne the reputation of an honest and capable boy. His father is nearly crazy with grief over the affiir. The young man stoutly affirms his innocence. Nearly every member of the bar has voluu teered his services in the boy's defence, The trial will likely be held before U. S. Commissioner R. A. Burnside, of this place, Wednesday. DANVILLE, The following paragraphs Mttlog lorth torn thlgood thlnikrpt by of T. R. WALTON, GllOUEIc, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. I have a Urgo and carofully selected lino oU'ookot and Tablo Cutlery. .Nrlr emibod; llkri good Sorghum. I bare l'lak ColUgs Honey, si pare is tnste, now In itork. 1 ran safely iar that I hate the thrbnt. Try It. bee fn entire satisfaction. I hat Lima, .Sarj and JJJied Iteani, llomlny. Oat Meal, Shredded Oati, Macaroni, tickles In Hulk, Hone; and many other tblnga which I can not mention here-et- erj article flnt-clai- s. election of Canned floods. My PrMMTH aid Jams are put np bj the brit packers of those articles. 1 drilre thotenho ha?e been troubled rlth bad Lard to try mine I am nllllsg to tale back ererj pouud that docia't glie the most nrj but i I ofTor several Coal Vnsn aud my stock of Coul Biiclcoti at'Coit- T.K. WALTON. ilrk lUrJiD, Ulo ot Monilce.lo, Cltrk. BOTLE COUNT t. That venerable and miserable lie, Uncle "Tom's Cabin," is advertised for the 21 th inst. at the Opera House. Rev. Mr. Keene, of Covington, preach ed at the Christian church Sunday, ex changing pulpits with Rev. O. A.Bartholo mew. Mits Mary B. Fisher has finished a portrait of her father, F. S Fisher, which in creases her already enviable reputation as artist. A brilliant and very enjoyable parly WALSH, THE TAILOR, 202 4 FUUItin AVENUE, was given Friday night by Miea Mamie McRoberts to Miss Minnie Lstcher, o Richmond. About CO young people were are LOUISVILLE, P.S.-FINEGOODS - - Tae devil is to pay in the JefTersonvillc, Ind, penitentiary. Warden Howard has been found by n legislative investigating committee, not only to bo a cruel and incompetent manager of thn convicts, but a defaulter to the tune of $80,000 or more. Hd has resigned, hoping trur)by to escape pjnishment, but judicial proceeJings will likely land him in tho institution in which he has brought disgrace on the State, and make him tho victim, probably, of another warden as inhumane as he proved himself to be. s, laws in Atlanta than regular and has accordingly entered a fine of $1,000 against the keeperof one, who was brought before him. Thune exactly right. A man can get as drunk on wiue as he can on whisky and feel a great deal meaner afterwards. Let both the letter and the spirit of tho law be executed. Oweksboko continues to put on city airs. A etreet-c- ar line has bean added to her daily newspaper evidence and it was formilly opened Tmtrsday. AI Field'u fine b.tnd occupied the first car and discoursed splendid music for the entire length ot the track, after which all who wished were treated to free rides over it. The statement that Gen. Cerro Gordo Williams was the first mau to walk up and chim his Mexicin panoion is not calcula-ti- d to increase the admiration of the masses for him. He is said to be a rich man bat we suppose he has staid in Washington wisp of ofso long hunting the will e ' fice, that he needs some ready cash. He wants to be a Commis.noner under the Interstate bill and he told us the other day that bis claims were A 1. o'-th- life-lik- e The democrats of New Jersey have a clear legislative majority of five on joint ballot, yet they are unable because of to elect a Senator, when if they would do bo and West Virginia would stop her infernal foolishness and follow suit, as she is capable of doing, with her democratic majority, the Ssnate would stand after March 4, 33 republicans, 37 democrats and I independent. is making strong apThe Owner-Journpeals for private subscriptions to a fund for the benefit of the starvinj people of portions of Texas. It will receive subscriptions and aoy amount, however small, will be gratefully acknowledged. Let rich and poor respond quickly and aa liberally as their means will permit. al We observe that Henry Wrttteroon is in Cincinnati again dining with Richard Smith and Murat Halstead, Can it be that those arch fiends are again plotting agiinst the good of the country? It is to bo hop3d that they wilt agree to let the people nominate and re elect Mr. Cleveland for a sec ond term. After the President tells them that the government is not a machine for collecting money to be dispensed in charities, Congress decided that he was right about it and sustained his veto of the bill appropriating $10,000 for seeds for the Teras drouth Bufferers. There is considerable talk about the president appoining Speaker Carlisle to be Secretary of the Treasury. That gentleman is in the very place now that he ought to be and like Holman, of Indiana, when an appropriation bill comes up, "We object," He can do his party more service where he is. Tnr bill to redeem the trade dollars and them into standards has paesed both Houses of Congress. There are of them and they are held entirely by bankers and brokers, who will make just 15 to 20 cents clear on each. The poor nave already lost this discount. e Speaking of pretty women, there appears to b more to the rquare inch In Washington than any city in this country, and the iay they get themselves up leaves They believe no ro.m for imagination that the charms that God hai given them, The prohibitionists of West Virginia have scored a victory, where it was thought The Legislature by a big ma imDoesible. jority passed a bill to submit a prohibition amendment to the constitution, to be' voted Fairchild stands the best chance of Is still telling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has nn improvement tha, succeeding Secretary Manning. on by the people in November 1888. is dostined to make it much more popular than it has ever been, Kansas has just conferred municipil Don't buy a pump until you see the BUCKET ELEVATOR, and'for 'out We regret to learn that that excellent suffrage upon women and the New York ting boxes bny the SECTION CUTTER. democratic paper, the London Leader, has JEWEL and ECONOMIST Senate has passed a like bill by a vote cf RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK 8T0VE8, &o. gone into the hands of the republicans, 20 to 9. , Also a general line of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Fluo til-- The President has got in two more ve"Happy Bob" Van Brunt, a leading ing, CO. ' toes on pension echemes. member of the Balvation Army, has been W. B. McKINNEY. I u.M,.n Melinite, a new explosive, has, it is sentenced to hang at Elmiro, N, Y., April AUUUBTWKIDINOEK. f said, ten times the strength of dynamite 15, for tho murder of his sweetheart's and a hundred times that of gunpowder. brother. Judge Bond, sitting for the Eastern For some time girls in Cincinnati have LTi 7?iiyj5a.y . District of Virginia, U. 8. Court, has de been greatly annoyed by n strange man, clared the Virginia coupons as much a le who would pinch them on their arms and gal tender in that State as greenbacks. lege. The fellow has final ybein arrestid Corbett, notorious as the slayer but he denies the soft impeachment. Boston of Wilkes Booth, and who a few days since "Orlando, I dou't see you with Mies made things lively in the Kansas House of Brown at the concert last night." "No, Representatives with a pistol in eachWiand, Percy, I'm not calling on her any more, I has been declared insane and placed in an can't uuil she retracts what he said the asylum. did she sai?" other week." "Ah-w- hat The Chesapeake and Ohio river at Cin"Well, BheBaid I needn't call any more." cinnati will be three feet higher than the Sim Jones said to his Boston audience suspension bridge. The main span is to be of cul250 feet, the longest in the world, and the the other day: "I think too much Boston to rebuke an audience, but shore Bpans 500 feet. The bridge will be tured provided with double tracks, also a double down South the people don't leave the house until the benediction is pronounced.'' present. Mr. Barry South, of Frankfort, a can didate for the demccratic nomination for State Treasurer, is in town to day. Col. C E. Bowman, late U. S. Statistical Agent at Frankfort, is in town. Ho has lately a good position connected with the Interior Department at Washington, which will keep him traveling a cood portion of his time. Cipt. W. E. Grubbs is in town. He will get through with the public building at Frankfort in about u week and will then bezin his cauvaM for the legislative nomination. Henry Lyons left on Sunday for California to bo absent eeyeral months. His father, Isaac Lyons., who has expected to accompany him, decided a few dare ago to remain in Danville for the present. Circuit Court began this morning with Judge Morrow and Commonwealth's AtThere arc C9 torney Herndon present. Commonwealth cases including seyeral appeals from the police court. The grand jury, which was charged by the Judge is composed of the following named citizens: PhilipHussin;, J. Barnes Caldwell, W. D. Latimer, D. A. Curd, Wm. Shears, George Waters, J. E. Lee, W. F. Clarkson, May, Wm, n. Hughes, I. II. Prather, James Hutchinge, George W. Coulter, Wm, Andrew Caldwell, J. II. Bonta, J. T. Fack-le- r. Mr. Lee was appointed foreman, At the time this letter closed the standing jury had not been called. Among the visiting attorneys to day areCapt. P. B. Thomp son, Harrodsdurg; W. O.Bradley, Lancas ' ter; R, C. Warren, Stanford. ed As-Be- EXCLUSIVELY. JOE F. WATERS. -- 1 Dortlor In- - Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass-an- d Quccnswarc, Etc. Main Street, - Stanford, Ky, Lexington Roller Mills' Cream Flonr. Tho very best Canned Goodi. Fresh Candies, Oranu, Bantinas always on hand. Fall stock of fresh goods in over depnrtmont W.M.WATI1R8, Salesman. oliyer miO'Vsrsi W. II. HIGGINS Wall Paper, Furniture, Iffl.S Cases, Caskets, Robes. as low as the lowest. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices foot-pat- B. K. WEAREKT, Stanford. -- a..ti.' wnysmzzwmmi. mmtmmjtkJjmmammmK 2atu.iamn c T. . .. .aun.. . ,m - i. . ..I..... J. -.- .- rZTnnTg. l iii ' it r m lftTTym rinw-.f- r - - - liiii ir.fi ji -jift it . ,jr 'MSBSiFWii'arVBaeNS9 .V'.JSt rwtj ,tta"' day, Ls Fnraii Finh emry Tuesday and W. F. Kimtwy. Satur- A first claps buggy mare, and a Jersey cow and calf for aalo. Mm, M. E. Prewitt. netv ADTKiiriHrjiraiK. - We have a nice new lino of window ! - Fobruary 22, 1887 HLKCIIAXT TA1XOK, Stanford, Ky shades, of all colors. We will make tbem m to order on application, Prices very low. All persons are notlflod not to pan through our Don't buy your plows until you see the B. K Wearen premises without special pennlulon, as we will -- I hare received Dualno3B Monogor. Silver Steel nt Wetren & Menefee'n. K. O. WALTON. " and still receiving enforce the law sgilmt thoie who do. The Improvements on the Circuit Court jr. It. JMLTaKH, A handsome line of carped, oil carpet, room are abjut completed and It now preWJt.JtECK, L.S.N. LOCAL TIME CURD. nihtttnsg ami ruB, nt Owsley & Craig's, 2C1 tf. HUnlord, Ky. sents as handsome appearance as any room Comprising the best In the markot, which will be of the kind in this section. We do not 2 10 P.M. Mall train going North.. We have the only practical hill sido " Mouth m. JH IB p. m. ' -- "The Malta." Wear- - know that justice will be any better dis......... 1 14 a.m plow on the market Kxiutfi train" Auth...... Gotton Up in Stylo and Mnko Sooond to Wono in City or Country 2 12 X.u ' Norh...............-....- .. pensed than under tho old order of things, " en A Menefee. All persons sre requested not to pass through Tho ajovn ti calculated on standard time. Volar surroundings will be more attract- my premlie without ipoclal psrintulon. but the Give Mo n Trial. Those A TUNHKN on the Maynrille Branch of s.tli about 20 inlnuloa laaUr ive and as the coat is only nbout 1200, we who fall to comply with tfali request will, b) dealt 'Srr. the Kentucky Central caved in, catulnK - O- - DR."""-LE-have ceased to kick as we did, when if the with by law. 0C4 NOTICEI. several days delay in trains, hut it is all M U M MiJl MM BJBi. J.'tS X first order had been carried out, tbo cost Lots In town and iut- r. 8 I oiler my Lamdhrth'h Garden Seed at Pent) A right now. would havo been a $1,000 or more. (203 td) urln lor ule. I. E. MeAlinUrV Tina U Wah Inn ton's birthday and a UARRIAOES. Ask your urocer (or the Cincinnati Baholiday for Bank and postofilces emking Co- cracker" and caktw. ployes. We common folk will have to Mlos ysllle Craig Duvall, daughter of (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Paolflo Hallway.) W ATCHES mid Jewel rj required on nhor work as usual. Judge Alvin Duvall, was married at AND nolle and warranted by Penny A McAlls Frankfort Thursday to Robert L. Green-boanil Now r. card of the Munon Route to ChicaSALE Iiaded Cart- goThe Honteiw, Attention. Cuba, apears in this issue. We have tried ridge, nil ixji of nhot, at I'eaaj & Mc Mis Mary Wilmore of Jessamine, who ll.lHfl s.nin.1 .1.1. IMUIOUH f l.iuit ! H.I T am thia road and can pronounce it the fastest UIIIUJI 1CUKU tug il.U. A. isci".. AllsterV. visited Miss Ellen Weiren hero several prepared to train and hrak hirw- - on reasonable A oomi'LETK "lock of Jewelry, Intent and best line to tho Windy City on the times, was married last week at Cincinnati terms. LouniT ixiuri u.j irsue oiicmi. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. JOJIX It. VAJlVESTF.il,Ky. tjle. Itackforil wittchen n specialty. IV n Lake. Bunford, to Mr. John Thompson. It was an elopeny A McAllster. IIKAI DOWN. KEAft UP. The farmers toll us that the heavy rain ment. TKAINBBOUTH. TKAIWa MOKT11. ! PERSONAL. of Thursday night did considerable damage No, 7. We are in receipt of cards announcing No. 8. No 3. Wo.1. No. J. i No. 1, No. 6. No. 8. aTATlONd. Dally I)slT to the land, washing it very badly in some the marriage of Miss Adah L. Fellows, of Dally. Ex. Sun. Dally. Dally. Ex. Hun. Dally. Dally. visiting Dick Lcoan, of Knoirillr, Dally. places. The fences on creeks and rivers Springfield, Mo., to Mr. Geo. T, Rathbun, HsTlog sold my Farm, I will on his relatives here. 7B5am 4 03 pro 810pm 7 65 a m L'Te...Clnctnnatl....A'rT 642pmil023am 640am 003pta were completely destroyed. a m 10S2pra Oeirgetown 436pm 727am 425am 201pm 02am 7 05 Jr.on February 10. Misi Adah is a sister of TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 22, 1887, 10 22 am 7S5 pm II 20 p in 10 5J a in -- Mit. Jor. Hr.vr.nANCE spent Sunday 4 15 pm! 7 00 a in1 4 05 a m1 1 35 pm 11 30 pm texlngton.. 10 Mrs. F. J. Curran and spent eevernl months 3 53 pm, 6 27 a in fit 39 a m1 101 pa ..Nlcholasrllle 10 43 am S 02 pin 11 41pm 1151 a m with her s n Joe nt Kirksvilte. Boyle county is trying to catch up 3 25 p ro f5 47 a m 12 31 p m .Harrodsburt; Junction.. .. , 12 23 p m my late residence, on tho Stanford and llbflam 8 41pm Mil. AND MlW. BENEDICT Sl'AI.DlNH with Chicago as a divorce market. Tho here a year or twj ago o.i a visit to her, At Danville nd 11 20 am 8 89 pm 12 33 a in. 12 47 pm 312pmf532ain 2 50 a' 12 12 p u miIM from the former Junction City ..,. 302 p m, 5 20am 245 a 1201pm where she made friends of every one she 1J mllo from the Utter pUce,ell at public auc- 1135 am 9 10 pm 12 83 a in 2 12 p m hive moved to Marion county. Adioaile says there are 11 petitions on the .,... Kings Mountain .... 3 25pm 1042 am tion all ol my personally, consisting In part of 2 27am 120pm 12 30 pin 133pm( ....souiersxt OronucC Kkm.eii rfturnrd from ducket of the present Circuit Court of per met. S"io Is very pretty, excesdlngly at 120am 950am 10 45 a ml 5 DO a m 7 30 a in 10 00 p m G 05 a ta .Oakdalo lovab'e girl in every re'pect. 93 Head of Ewes with Lambs, 3 tiouthdown 3 51 p m tractive and a ! a few day' viit to liarrodsburjf. Chattanooga.. 825 a ml. 82 am 710pm Bucks, soma young Cattle. Cows, dlres. 16 CISpm sous who wish to ily from uncoogenial al 5 10 p ru 12 50 a in 10 15 a m .............. 1 30 a m We congratulate the man who has won her Birmingham headufSoaU, Ac. Also all my Farming Utcn Joe K.vnitr and Citcro lUuney were ii mccs. Dfi2pra 5 01 am Kutaw 911pm 620am alls, Including 1 naw Wood Hinder, has only cut and wih them both the full realisation of OTer about 30 acreaof ground. One Wool MowC 40 p m t2 30 a ro 7 41pm .... 3 15 a m down from Klrksvillo College it few dttys, .Meridian New Orleans 735 am1 1049 pm We are KquesUd to state that a ineotio g their brlgbest hopes. 809pm er, run two soaona. One iUr l'rus, hatd ow. 3 00am Mn. Oeohoe Buiiton, of I'illjbtirs, er, one tiprlng Wagon, riowa, Ac. alio Houseof the stockholders of the Stanford, Dix 1255 am' ... ......Meridian 235 am ............. hold and Kl'chcn Furniture. Terms made known spent Hatui'Uv and Sunday with his home- LAND, STOCK AND CROP .. 730 a ml 7 31pm on day of Halo. 1201-tT. .7. FOHTEIt. OAk'A CI irrard County turnKlver, While 0 45pm ....I ...JShreTcport. folks. Ham 7 10pm! I ,T 1' Junction 7 59am pike company will ba held at W, II. Milbus refused S100.000 for Mr. IJnnor Mim Hi Mir: I'.Nui.K.MA.vlof Lincoln, is lar's cilice in Stanford, Thursday next nt 1 Maud S. Sale yleitiiiB .Mr- -. J. II. EnKltMiu.f Danville No. 0 leiTnsO.ik.Hto dally HidptHinhy. it 5 II A. si, ArrWInj at Chattanoi at 9.15. No. 8 Corn sold at Neal's aalo in Scott at o'clock, to transact important business and learee Chattanooga at 3.0 p. m., arriving at Oakdalo at 6 4) p. u, Advoei.o road . locate tho $185 in the crib. Mann Boudoir Bullet Sleeping Cars ouallthroajli trains. MlKTM MA(i(llK AND LAUUA JONKS, of ! ! JOHN C OAULT, (len'l Manager, Fifty tons cf hay ready baled, for sale H. OLI,BRVN.(lcn,l Frt. & Pasj. Ajt., ! vicinity, ate visiting friends M will be a uiMiiug of IIih Lincoln the 0' There It. CAKROI.UUei'lHupt.. P.. X. KY VN, Asit. Gen'l Frt A Pasi. Agnt. " IJrlght, Stanford. " W. W. WKLlj, Superintendent, domeriet, Ky. atP.nvi"- dunly Ttnchurn' A'cintiun in College JohnJeff Jones bought of Golty Graham a QATUIA.RD CIRCUIT COURT- General OlBcos, St. Paul Building, Went Fourth Uiroot, Cloclunatl, OMo. Miw J. K Fahiiih and Ml Lizi Hall, Crab Orchard, Friday night, Fob. C I. Nerlus AO'hr. P 'fft anlast Jl rui A . ! few day with i!5, and Siltinlay morning, Fab. 20 To the pair of oxen for $106. e Iwn pndlnR a Farrl . Foil rJALE borne nice clover bay for Collier, Ac, Uefu,Cja8omlicisj.H J par friends in Danville. scholars of Lluooln county, we say, come In parsuancoofa JuJgmentol thi (Urrard Clr. cows. Apply to 8. r. Htagg, Cult Court rendered M Its Januuy term 1337. In Miu Tiioh. II. IIaiidin and Mies Sue one, come all. Mrs. S. F.'H. Tarrant, Prrei cases, bought of William Dillion the aboTe styled Ojirrardthn understated Mailer EJ Jones Circuit Oiurt, will oa Hardin; of HairoJsbutK, ar visiting Mrs. dent of tbo Association. Commissioner of a pair of young oxen for $C5. Mary W Iljvmsn. At Barton's aale of trotting stock in HJLT1IIC1I.1T, 3I.1KOH 5, IS97 , here Stturday, Colonel O'Biiadley Mitu Jkah HuoiiASAN, of Crab Or but did not honor us with a call. That Bourbon 23 head averaged $283, on tho premtscs sell tho Ian is of Jamas A. Collier, n chard, is with Mr A. A, McKinney,en A mentioned In thepladlnof a"mo shows how unapprecialive great men aie of The Bri.'Celd rale of trotting stock in ant desnbod as followv dltuated tylod caacs, In Garrard' tt?JMsM'Tfe'TrsMHsS route to H.cl.uiund. sd$$r what their makers do for them, The Lexington has realized $S9,190 fot 252 head. County, Ky.on I'oor lltde Pike, adjoins tha Mus Kmma Piiewitt, who attends lla"s', thelandarf IVm CirtiruU o;ars nal cniwaai &T W. W. A P. C. Sandldge eold to Will IheAlflclMhsr land. doughty colonel would never have been college iu DauvUIo, is on a visit to her and the The first tract bay gelding for $300. Ufa estate of Mid contains A Mt ,lnrr amo will heard of but for the advertising given him Moreland a vWagPK James Cllir, in i mother on Lnncister street. A good by the Interior Journal. Jack for sale. te first snldj I will lh"a noil trie fu simp lo ll'l of was called to Mercer CiiitiaCiKNTr.v lid Collier In the ltO ttcra tract. The land JsasflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsUsflsflsW VyBsV JsIsIsIsIsIsHsIsIsIsIbsssV Apply to R. II. Bronaugb, Crab Orchard, Is fine tarmlnj land, well improrel, wato red and BaO Abbey's Uucle Tom Cabin's Company, Ky. yesterday by the lerlous illness of his sitter, In a high state of culllratUn, aud the tw o tract adjoin each other, 21 strong, not counting four bloodhounds Mrs. Shy, and her little child. Mack Bruce wants a car load of corn TEHMa: The purchaser will hi required to exeC i Mewii. (Ieohoe Denny and W. II, and a dimlnutlvo donkey, arrived on time and hay. Seo him nt'once if you want to cute bonds, ptjrab'e to Master Commissioner In (J and 12 months, with approved security, bearing Kinnaihd, of Lancaster, went up to the yesterday and gave a fiae street parnde.which sell. percent, interest from date until paid, haying tbo lorro and erjct ol a judgment, with lien retained mountains yesterday prospecting. was witnessed and eDJoyed by a street full 3.A. Swlnebroadeold to Boyle county on land for thepurcoase money. Possess ion glren Mil IIUMfitrtEY BaluU Is back of people. The projects at this hour is parties 30 head of plain cattle at 3 to 3 on dar of sale. 20J td. GEO. tWISYs M. C. G, C. C. from tha Wtvt and they do sty that when fhltrriog for a gocxl nouse. ceats. he returns a pretty blttcst eyed damsel will Jones sold J, G. It Is stated that J. T. Harrahan, gen of Lebanon,Brothers ds to of wh5atPailips, accompany him. at 78 two CORPORATION NOTICE! A Nahvlllo, In i ne lg firs in Augusts, (It , Mr. S, eral manager of tho Louhvllle his resignation, to go on an centa. E. Owens, lite of this section, lost heavily has tendered The cuttle on the ranges in Montana lie it Known: G. Metcalf, present gen 1. That H. e). Wlthers.T. J. Foster. O. A Lick-eby the b'lr.iint? of the Globj Hotel, of E'.stern road. J are dying by the thousands from the hard eral superintendent, is 10 succeea mm, xne winter. S. II. Shanks, Forest us Held rnd W. O. Welch which he ws proprietor. gentleman will be bare associated themselres together and formed a who now repre promotion of the latter Mr. C T. TitrEiiEAitT, For Sale. Sir or eight good work corporation under tbo provision of Coap.56, Oen. deserved recognition of faithful service. cnts the V i n Cintral Iniirtnce Compa- n mules. W. W. A S. E. Owsley, Bright, Stat. Ky. 2. Tho nams of the Incorporation Is tho 'Stanfny, of Cincinnitl, is here s Besides injuring many culverts and saw- - Kentucky. ord Holler Mill Cominny," that his fnouds hanlly recount him. J, L Goodwin, of Ciark, has rented of business Stanford, Lincoln and Its principal place ers hi town, tbo rain of last Thursday night County, Kentucky. a NO. 5 CHAMPION, Mil JameaT. CrAIO accompanied by washed away a pan of the old brid.o out his firm at S10 50 for hemp and $30 3. Tho general natuie of tho buainns Is tha hii sister, Mrs. H W, Llllsrd, of Lebanon, ftcrocs the St. Asaph at the end of Lancaster for tobacco laud . saioof gialu. thn mnifncture and sale of .almost haye go t Ix Ango!e and other por- street, "which had stood for many yasri A Col. Milton Hamilton sold his farm of oflburnod meal, aod tho purchase anl aalo of coal. of California in search of health for number of the tions stori nero (l)odod and 305 acre? near Djncr.til, in Fayetto, for 1 The cipltal (lock Is authorized to bo 323,000 We Mrs. LHlard htve bieu the hcavet 00.00 per acre. tho mm dlvIdeJ Into shares ol 330 each to be paid as the Miw. V. J. Bailey has returned from ever known here. For. Balk A splmdid milk cow nnd Directory miy Uttermlne and direct. one We BigJaJ '"-r- she Iish bfen it tho bedside 5. Tho corporatlou shall brglu business Feb. 21( Terms reasonable. 11. E. n young CAlf. 1S87, nnd tcrmlnalo 25, yean thereafter. It is reported that the K. C. will put on Harrow, Stanford. of Mrs Ilsriiwn Hailey. She left Mrs We C. IhcatTiIrs of the Company shall be conducted Bailey h i J improved, bit not entirely t new Irani next Monday, which will leave A Vaumeter, of Clintonville, reGray t, here at 5 A M, ant! return at 10 r. m., the ceived from Tennessee 113 hoad of 1,000-poun- d by a board of six directors, who shall elect a out of da" er. . Secretary, Treasurer, neither office being Jammj Mahkt, our valued Mt, priMnt train loaving ni S and Murning at Mil cti!e, purchased at 4 cents- .- fParh Incompatible with tbe otherr, and shall appoint such other officers and agents as initio dremcU VcnP'i c irresnoudent, brought bis little I. Tho early train will carry tha mail but Nsw- -. . d necessary. Tlia Incorporators sbalj it is sug.fsted and very eens'hly wa think, boy, Lloi ', Jown tu sea Dr. Poyton, jester Q Oversold to William Tap,i, of It. constltuto tho first Boird of Dtrrctorr, and their day, r '"iided the Undo Tom's Cabin that tho agunt return by the ! o'clock train Crab Orchard, a pair of aged mules for successor shall be elected on tho 2nd Saturday He would be r.blo to get ell tho local mall $21)5 and to James Hiatt, a pair of same of January, le3, and annual'y at the same time howatrigbt. theicafter. Mi 9 Em.en Ral7ou returnoJ Satur any way find deliver it here in time to be for $205. 7. Tho highest Indebtedness of tho Compiny day from tbe Cincinnati Collego of Music, opened that evening for answer, whereas John C. Beittle bjught 23 hoad of the 10 o'clock mail could not hn opened young mules iu Lincoln and Garrard shall at no tlmo exceed 8 l:W0. with a Jtplimi She is looking rennrjea 8. Tho prlrato property of corporators and bly well ard seems to have enjoyed her sev- before next morning. Wo hops the author- counties last week, for which be paid about stockholders shall b i exempt from corporato debts. arities will consider this proposition, nnd eral months' stay in tho Qteen city. Somerset Reporter. $07 per had. T.J.FOSTER, U.S. WITHEIM, S. H. SHANKS Mifls Mary WrrnRow,of Midway, n range to accept it. It la Btated that Eogllsh agents are O. A. LACKEY, DRUGGISTS W. O. WELCH. PIUeiHGEBTISTS. of Mrs. Dr. Hujjh favorltn rchiol-matA DtsrATCU from Frankfort (ays that the quietly buying large numbers of horses in FOBE3TUS REID, 205-m. Feb. 17th, 1837. who has frequently visited ber here, Court of Appeals hai decided a number of the Middle States for use in Great Britain Held, suffered quite a pslnful accident last week cases in one opinion styled ths Louisville in cmo of war. This ought to give equine ComuitaBioiier'g Hale ! by falling from a carrlago and strlktnc her ANaihville Riilro.ad C)mpany vi. the Hash a boom. mouth against a curb alone. Muislcal Commonwealth, from Lincoln, Marion and Danville Court About 300 cattle Winea. Wall Paper, lrnKH, IuKlrueuieut, Mit. ani Mrs, John Tiuylor called Warren counties, iu raj ard to the Ux ttion on market yesterday; moat all sold. Prices Chemicals, Hooka, tPlRarN, Pocket Stationery, PaintH, yeeterday and subscribed for the half-a- . of the road for county purposes in 1870 ranged from 3 to 4 ceuts. A good many Cntlery, Tobaccos, Soaps, Oils, dotenth time for two copies of this paper, and 1677. Judge Holt deltvsral tho opin- cation and sugar mules were sold at from Ivfacliln Perfnmery, Fire AruuH, Iuitnng, OARRARS CIRCUIT COURT. another newspapjr and a magazine. Mrs. ion of the court, affirming the cues from $119 to $150. Plug horsei aold at from Jones L. Adams, administrator and others Traylor used to be Miss Clare Doty, a poet Marion and Warren, and reversing that to $75, Crowd good. Jones L. Adams' Heirs, Ac, Defendant!. ait ess of considerable ability, and still retains from Lincoln on tho grounds of an impropD. N. Prewitt has bought a largo num In Equity. of Garrard Circuit As Master Commissioner her love for the literary. er judgment for a triple tax ai a fine or ber of lambs at the following prices: 6 Court and persuant to a decree In said Court renMr. W. 8. FEROD80N, of Larcaster, failure to list the propsrty at the time cants fordeliyerr May 1st; 5J to 5J centa dered id the abore styled case at Its January Term by law. The decision is in f ayor of on June 1st; 5 cents on June 10th and from 1887, I will on tho was over Friday evening to see one of the is the counties and will mulct tha railroad in 4 to 4 July 1st. Btanford beauties, and who, by the way, 1887. Danville Advocate. being watched very closely by several of n largo amount for the county taxea of the W. M Catron sold to a Pulaski county On tho premises sell to Hie highest and best bidand oa credits ol This years aforementioned. our boys -- Cor. Courier-Journa- l. party 42 S00 to 030 pound cattle, pretty derequal paymentalx, twelvein theeighteen months pleadings mentho land In Tn Jones L. Adams farm in matter is Kettinc to be 'erioua, Wo don't gjod scrubs, at from $3,50 to $3 80, and tioned, New York county, on Dlx rlyer and on tbe Danville, Garrard The K. C A telegram from want to Rive up our aweetcit vocalist. bought 10 young mulei at $72 per head; 2 Nlcholasvlll' A Lexington Turnpike ltoad, about reads as follows: The reorganization plan Smllea from Lancaster and 5 lallos from Dands of 175 to hogs at 3 ville, adjoining tho lands of A. J. Rice J. B. DK&LXBS IS- LOCAL MATTERS. for the Kentucky Central, in which Eli C' Johnson and others, known as to 4 cents. Baldwin has been substituted for Elliott II. Drugs, Books, Stationery and B. B. Campbell has bought from the NEav garden seoda at A. A. Warren'a. Pendleton, proposes the deposit of the 56,- well-bre- d HOME of ABOUT 510 ACRES 0LIFPE Shakers 11 abort 000,000 of the first mortgage bonds and the ATRjc'thold, Whitley county, Mrs. Durbams at $27.30 per bead. Dr. M. Tab compounded. Johnson haa been appointed post- $5,468,000 of stock with the Metropolitan Land In a high I'hvslclans preicrlptlons accurately Tarmlng Also ler has sold his dwelling on Danville street Ol Goodcultivation, and Grailng and well improvwell watered state of who have Trust Company; stockholders ggOky aHI0)TH ViSAk JL master. to Rev. W. P. Harvey for $4 500. ne re ed, with excellent residence and all the necessary bald stabUd, orchard, Ac. paid tho 10 per cent, assdeament of 1834, to barns, Salt and Coal, Will sell 7 bushel bar- pay in $2 a aharejmore and thoso who have cjived in payment property in Birming outbuildings,soil In a body or In parcels to suit land will be of salt nt $150. Coal always on hand. dollar for dollar. Harroda purchasers. The purchaser will be required to exrels ham worth TEUMM not to pay in $14 cash. They are to buy (Hooka, ecute bouds payablo to tbe Master Commiitioner The Largest Stook of "Watches, Isasc Hamilton, Rowland burg Dsmocrat. and form anew company, a in the propsrty wlthsuroty to beapprovod by blm. bearing 6 per Jewelry and Silverware Col. C, D. Chenault bought of Thomas cent, interest from day of aalo until paid and barWe have receiyed rtn elegant line of plain first mortgage of $7,000,000 bearing interest ing tho force and effect of a judgment, and a Hen s, D. Cuenault 300 tharis of Madison Nationthan Ever bought to thla market Price Lowor Ite-checked white goods, Hamburg and retained upon land for thopurchaso money. at 4 per cent and running 100 years and a the Ixweat. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry " GEO. ItEXKY, al Bank stock for $182.50 per share. Mrs. oto Offsley A Craig, palrod on ihoit notice and Warranted. capital of $7,000,000. The bondholders are Master Commlisloner. si Florence Walker sold her farm of 36 acres, H1 be given aa soon as Judge Varnon aaya that Receivor Hun to receive n new bond for an old one nnd lying noar town, to Mrs, Walker at $111. tcru.s olaato Is complied wlth'tu ' the stockholders a share In tho new compatlngton offered to compromise the payment Three nice mules sold for $450; a pair for N. B. At the fame time aod placo then will also The Best Central's taxes by hand-lo- g ny for a share in'tho old. The back inter- $300; another pair at eame price. bo sold tbo following property.to.wlt: A fine young of the Kentucky Richmortgage bonds and the instk, four valuable brood inares.three yearling colts 05 per cent, and calling it equare, est on the first over Waterproof mond Register. two or three Good Work Males, four No. 1 Milch debtedness of the company aro to be paid Cows, throe high breed I'oland China Hogs, Farmbut the Judgo could not sco it. There in Including Sulky Flows, iwo Coat. out of the contributions by the stockholdA billoon la to be built in Berlin with ing Implements, new one) Ac, Household and Binders, (one no more reason that a railroad should pay i'1 ' l Tb noil BE1ND BUCKIIi Is w.rriit.J wmrproof, n4 will U"P ! ers, nnd is to ba ta first charge upon the rev- a basket HiTordlng nom for 40 persons. A Kitchen Furulturo.ouel'lano, Phaiton and Hara rr I14ll Ml, J is taxed, provided tha asaesa-meleas than it lb UMMt Storm. Tb. .rOMUE!,Sl.inURI. AMEHICA ADAM4, i l';!'b5.'u1' o.T.raVllr.ia44lfc lHwaryMlnjIIMIons. enues of the company. The reorganization cirilul 300 feet will bo attached, worked by ness. BEddlEO. ADAMH. is not excessive, than it la for an inllraDoi" irftdtviDtrK. iuttiirisHi muoim it. (2J0-d.) is suro to go through, Lancaster, Ky., rub. 2, 1887. a 100 noree utettu engine. dividual with pruperly in eight to do so. IlAllt CUrriNO and shaTinjj done in the the latest style by Will Kinjr. IMSTJ3I H. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Fall and Winter, H- rtl le-R- -' Lirery, Training, Feed, STABLE! U. Queen and Crescent Route. Quickest Lino to South East, Texas, Orloans, Florida, South West. Shortest 203-e- MJBJLIC SAIsE 1 -- bi d. .VIca-shur- Commissioner's Valuable Land PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! yW"3S aTr" .lBBiSi iMssP nMSr car-loa- y, We have much the largest stock and best as sortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. i Tresl-Iden- Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or aiiy other rough ground will find tho Plow all Plows for such work, they arc have various kind of plows and indestructible. can suit any at all kinds of prices. that will have a few give our assortment an investigation. Sulky Plows we will sell at very low prices. above-uaun- WEAKEN & MENEFEE. 1 M'ROBERTS, "l STAGG III Opera House Block, Ilnuor e 1 Stanford, Ky. VALUABLE LAND. Plain-tlt&T- 0 eedle. s. Genuine C. O. Suit inlSulk retail. Wholesale nnd pre-sorlb- ed FEBRUARY 24TH, car-loa- 300-pou- nd La-vln- la Wmwf & ITAaMtei PHAKMilCISTS, Cf -- JEWELERS. edg-ing- in rn LSISLICKER lQ-rntJfvU ""'" 1 aJ.. i ni gEaaaBsniJrrffliaaab jJSTEyiyMjS ' tri;y;jxyrrss'.r IVUJ H'mruW-w- t i Scmi-tccMnlntcrior !mnral CURRENT EVENTS. Y07S Of The rote in Philadelphia last week wan three to ono spinal prohibition. In a big rat bunt at Milletsbury, 0 , 3, 000 .tail were repjrteii captured in two weeks Congress is within two woeks of its end, yet there are 1,175 bills on the House cat endar. Mrs. Clereland gave her last reception for the season on Friday and shook about 10,000 hands. Lightning strack a cotton deck at New York and $350,000 worth of propsrty wns destroyed. The President hna signed the bill appropriating 50,000 for a public buildioR Owcnsboro. J. B. Xetherlnnd, of Ciuipb?llsvillp, committed saicid'o be?c"rin his jugular The Maysville Mnsons have just completed the finoit lo !, r inn in. thu coun try. They embrAce the three upper stories of a block of buildings and are complete in every particular. It required 1,000 yards of carpst to cover the main room. In 1SG5 tho Central National Bank of Cincinnati, had in its vaults, $14,200 cf 7 30 notes with coupons. In moving from one building to another the notes were lost The notes not having been or stolen found in 1SSS, the Treasury Department is suo.l five per cent, bonds in lieu thereof, but nothing was done about the coupons, on which about thirty months' interest was due. The bunks made a claim against the government for the interest, but Judge Durham refused to recommend payment and the Secretary of tho Treasury agrees with him that it should not be paid. Colored worshipper "Mistsh Clarence, wusu't item patriarchs of od de mos' forget-fullemtn yon ober knowed o? ' Mr. C. "How so, Mr. Johnoo?" Mr. J.-"I beered the preacher at tur houne ob worship rssd out ob tie tjood book time nnd time agun ho-- Abrthttn he ferget Isaac, un' Iiaac lie ferret Jacob an' Jaoob he ferget a whol.- lot mo"!). 'Pdsrs like dom pat riarchs couldn't 'msmbjr anybody." Pittsburg Bulletin. TUHTIt XO. 2, KAST KND. CO aerra Dli Itlvor tt.M Tichback, James and llarrfor 100 acres Crab chard, (1 15. Illatt, John J. 4 acres Gilberts Crntk, f2 . Howard, J. C. 4 acres Dlz Hirer, 31 IS. Itobbs, Mrs. A. h. Uelrs 90 Dli Hirer, ItOlS. 1SSJ-Huff, Alrln 200 acres Manaei, Maggie 120 acres Oodir Creek, 12 33. Mordike, Naucr J. lot Crab Orchard! 1 00. Owens, Mary SO acres Die Hirer, 31 15, Psyne, Andrew 33 acres Dlx Hirer, 31 03. Hall's. Araos Heirs DR. W. D. PENNY, Or- Stnnt'oriti 5 73 - DENTIST, - ICont nolcy nr Poor-hous- e, 6, ryne,J.T.3acres " " 31 34 Bay, Mike 55 knob land, 31 10. 70. Hippy, J. P., or. lot Crab Orchard, , JJ 03. Barber, Allred 2 acres Halls Oip BpratU K. J. 100 iens Dlr Hirer, 37 03. White, Johnand Jainos 15 acres Plx Hirer, 32 3), Commercial College of KUnllerslllflLv.,,..i,;. The ChsajKst and But Bailnns OolUrs In ths r 1BSJ-C- HfPt 'i Offlce on Lancaster street, next door to Inra-rio- r Journal otae. OWcn hours trom s to 12 a. M.and 1 to 8 p. u. Anrsthetlcs administered whnr 161-- 1 occNSAry, jr. WerlJ.inljr.t ii....,..ui.m M.ii.iVTrrtcrf a. UL1CK HO. 2, EAST XMO. at st Brown, Henry J. lot Stanford 1353-- 0, 32 73. Haujbmm, Clate 2 acres Halls Gap, 32. HrlRht, Polly lot Stanford, 40cts. Cook, Wm. house Stanford, '33-- 6 Craig, Lw lot Dlx Hirer, 0) cts. Kmtry, Mary J. lot Stanford, 31 13. Gale, Frances CI acres Hrcun Hirer, 18S3-Quest, Darld 2 acres, 31 53. lotStanford. '31. 'S3 '16, SI. Guest, Glrens, Anthony lotStanford, 82 10 Till: TIIOHOIXIUIIUKD Kieplac ul Drarral llnaiiiMa IJdaeatUa. hOOd llrxlukle In IKT.Khtt. rniUiM IWI f l'll jlu.liir;'or-e- i ll"'llnTlu., huiUmtt : ;Z . r.IIii.l, T,re.VHU.c J ririrr.BJ. iiotiuiim. luallo, tinUr UJrtu W. U HMITII, rmt, til.rt.n. Kr. """. HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL 31 CO. mauuuih of aih:i.ii:. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. 1LT. E. H. I3UUNSIDE, - Wn 4 ! ft '1 u n s i I 'M V:- '( I rdW w ThiB Old Woll - .Known with a Bulow kuife. Hoiol Still Maintains La wis of Erie. Pi, is dyin;; ol John High hydrophobii, resulting from n do? bite Manuls of Adllcne's dam, Adeline, her sire Tblat owdernsTfr rarles. A inarrulol purity, imported Uncle Tom dam AMD lidy 1'Uli-t- r. five yssra ego. strength and whotcsoracncM. For further particulars a ta pedlgrev sea II More economical It Troprietor is Dotorminod that than the onlluary klnd, and can not b sole K. It. 11. is stld tbo President has nsksd It cooipetltoa with the tnullltudoof low tst .short it Bhfill bo Second to no Coanlrr Talstsa rery nne young Buil from a oelebrtt wctgot alum or pboiphata powders. Boldonly In el family nt milkers tneluillng tho cow Kebe, the Smith M Weed, of New York, to accept Hotel in tho Stato in itt Fare, CASS. greatest of tur day: her owner harlug roluacd :,- r.oVAi. Dakikci I'otdk Ci, the treasury portfolio. Appointments, or AttenOOO for her. 10S Wall Street, New York Tho Holstcln.Frdslan rattle bare taken tha tion to Comfort of Tm Stati of Delaware hai not a simile lead as the Ul fur the family, and a class with their Gneiti. thr. Shorthorn J reduces a rrry dun animal. I republican official the only State iu the Qieen Victoria has ordered from a Ly will buy all the male calni begotten by this Union that nan say eo. firm 2,SOO,000 pjekot handkerchiefs giKtl ilri dtlTtrpi at wtaulug time. i:ija. will be Joiteycd to anil from Bull at oris lbs i HOOK NO. 3, WIltTK. Neeelal seromnioiatlnua Mary Biker, White county, Ind , wl.o with ber picture on them, for the o:cnsion ir. it. .iiii.r,i:it- ,- Tree of MAINS!., ItlCIIJtO.M). KV, 12 acres FIshlu to CoraraerelalTrarelers. The liar nlll ISO-Cwk 3110 Akcr.JohnW. euntutd, Ky, fasted one hundred and fire diyp, ha; bo of her coming jubilee, thui preparing the Apple, Wm. 13. always sipplled with Inr ehotcesj 1 80 O brands of Lloiors sail Dear. gun to eat xnd is getting stronger. 2 6 Creek 40 " Buck way for tbe hardest aud most extenivo ArnoIJ, AUx. a good Table For Adams, Darld A Son 373 " Beo Llek '31 a '8 3 93 Lookout Mountain, Tenn , has been blow her dyntv has yet received. 35 And clean acd well furnished rooms, this Hotel Bastln, UncejM.hrsllO" Ushlng Creek purchased by a syndicte, with the intenhas uo suptrlor, Uood sample rooms Attach!. 2 63 Collins, Mallndahrs. 139" Green Hirer 201-- 1 y Please Bear in Mind: BiUtes 32.00 per day. tion of waking it n summer resort. ' 83.tSC 6 43 95 " Dye, Emily a 1. That our eubicrtpttun price Is $2 per year A little 83n of Pry Birron was burn0. fl 10)" Buck Ctcefc ' "185 Donnelley, Thoi. when pstil strictly to aJranco and U.53 when not DeUney, Jemima 250" LOUIS SL'HLKOEL, ' " " ' 2 CO Louisville & Nashville R, R. ed to death nnd William Moore, a young so pal J. ' bilance 1 45 " 70 " Denny, Ballnger man, was killed by a falling tree in Pu"itliie-UruK2. That we Jo not publish nnonrraoui commit S3 ! SO " " THK UBKADenny, Thos. laski. nlcationa. Delancy, Catherine 100" Ho Maui's Milt 'SS-- 1 26 Shortest and Quickest Ruute front Oen 3 Tbtt we tlo mt receive postsga lUmpi Tor KICIDIIXn, KKXTCCKY. The Great Eastern steamship, the Iart: 4 15 300 Flshlns Creek Elllsou, Geo. B. LINii tral kentuoky to all PoinLi Worth, iiibscrtptlon unless to make change. 3 30 Mill 100" Holdam'a EstU, IVibt. D. est veel in the world, sold at auction last East, West find Southwest. i. That our sjrertlilng rates are IS cents a 2 15 Photographs in all styles and sizos. week in London for $130,000. It costs sev- line each Insertion, or SI por Inch for the first in- Urrenburgb, Wm. 20 " Highland Fast Lino !eleu -I- O TIIK- 61 " Buck Creek '33 C i a GofT, John P. eral millions. sertion, J3 SO p:r month, 3 tor two months and Gutonshon, Jos. 2 10 Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and 50 " LEXUVGTOa' A VISCIXXATk The democrats of Jessamine county (G for three months. 73 'S3 6 48 " Ulatt, Ben A. Watrr Color. 5. That notices of deaths are published free, but Hughes, M. 1 43 Legisntsburg Allen 13" Waj have nominated W.T. Jones for the BcheOuU In Effset May II, J8, obituaries are chargo! for at the rate of 5 cents per Harris, John W. 2 40 rrmi C3" near Eubanks lature. He will vote either for Gov. New designs In Frames an I Mtts at rery low lino Howanl, Montgomery 100 a Back Creek '35.CS 3 15 Prices. (201-lor Carlisle for Senator. Ko. Wo. Is "To Pullman Palace Sleepers, " '85-3 jr. 50 teres Harris, Goo. W. bjen drafted A legislative measure has 40 Harris Margarett SO " . ,Ex. Hun.; Dally Et. Hun " " " 83 C 2 03 f,'tllHVili 50 in New York to legalize betting on horeo Harris, J. Craif COMMERCIAL HOTEL! Lro. Cortnftoo., .. S 10 a S 10 ptoi 3 M pro " 53 4 00 " " to NiinIiiIIIi', Harris, Wm. H. racing. We -- appose that it is because eo " Falmouth . . 9 ta itiiD .11 cm pit In, " Cynthlana... 10 40 a m 10 13 pm lUpa " BY J. W.ADAMS, Ham, Johnson D 210 " J 66 ) a many of the betters to hick on their bets, Utp D 11 Arr. Parts. 'i PROPERTY FOR TAXES. " ' A tin iifti, 10 10 93 76 Ham, Mary to " Inlntloti..,, 12 2Smm 11 17 p iu. fl 15 pn 10 pro pru 6 10 " Tiiouisb Clockftone, who robbed the 3 ao M .UoiilKdiitcry, Kormey Vllhlh Dj virtue uf taxes due and unpaid for tbe follow Lrs. Parts. 2 79 llJOimloniiu 8Mpn LIUlo Jtock, Arr. Wtochnter. 1X20 pru'H National Bank of Portland, Me., of $80,-00- 0, In j join from the persons named below I will Llstenstopher.Geo. O) " Oltennolui Waynesburg '35-- 3 10 I hare lately rurchised this hotel and hare Marah, A ex. W. 107 " Klcnuioua....M iSSSSI UiQ been relea?d at Winnipeg, the Moltlle mitt Sow Orlciwin. has made many tmproromrau Id It. " LanraaUr Mar tin, r'arah A. 20 " HoMara's Mill '3SC 70 I to keen ererrthlni In " Uolor4 authorities holJing he was pot extradita- ON MONDAY, MARCH 1TH 1887. Martin, Daridson 151 " 00 pin " "'8IK6 76 and Intend only rooderau charges. flril.rlm slrln. mak points In Onlyone chants lo Lrs. Ulehruond.. County Court day expose to public aate before tbe Mason, Martlnbrs. 150 ' Green Hirer 3 00 p m .. ble. 2 70 As I bare been on the road for tereral years I rr. I JO p ml ..... know tho will trarsllss men, Tne Eiruria has lust humped across Court House door in Stanford, Ky., for cash in Mel nn. James A wife 151 " Ottonaelm '35-- 6 3 26 it lo tholr rants or lo atop with me.an J I 186.1 make Interest yr. hand the following property or to much thereof as Meii utTey, Ball y " 40 25 " tho Atlantic in six days, five hours and 52 will pay said taxes and cost. 123 " knob land 86 Any one desiring to Oaks, Jemima rtoarn-DonvNo. I No. II Mo.1 minutes fastest winter time on record and pay on tbe property adrertlsed can do so before I'aJjot, Mary C S3 " Kings Mounttln 1 06 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, 43 " Buck Croek '31-- 3 C 3 30 but 9 minutes behind the best summer rec- the day of sale by paying one dollar additional and Polly, Jobn B. 8 00 a ta'M. Peeking bout en the Una of this rod will rtcslrr Lrs. Idrlngston. 60 " cot of adrerttslng the property, and as you do so Felreo, Khtxta A. 50 " " ord. Ol' I.4.HCA.STKU, KY. 10 V saU special rales. your names will be withdrawn Irom this list: 83 30 " Green Hirer Prewltt, Warren A cave has been discovered in Marsr.Si Agents of ibis Company lor rates, routat Arr. Richmond - litis mL. COOK HO. 1. WHITS, W sr (50. 2 CC CAPITAL . 100 " Fishing Croek H.dcncr, W. M. Lrs. Rowland T... 9135,000 00 Ae wrlto ! shall county, in which were found two hu- Bulln, Morgan, 7 acres on Green BlrerSI.GO: " Lancaater 4 10 C P. ATMORB, (J. P.AT.A, Rogers, John, 8r. 100 " Buck Creek 11 ..m.. Arr. Klchraord... II 00 ainl Loutsrllle, Ky man ekeletone, a sum of gold and silver, Florence, J. F 1 acre at Tnr&orarllle, 31.33; 8 46 330 " Holdam'a Mill Rowland, A lfre-This Bank solicits accounts of Indi? Musis, firms Lrs. Iltehmood ... I 10 n ra " ' 1 CO " 24 James a quantity of Foster, Wm. COacres, MUlodgerllle. 31 7J; Rentfro, amounting to about $000 and Arr. WlncbMUr... ' I 10 pro SMin colT 00 ami"'' Frederick, M. J., 15 acres, Bonyrllle, 32.15; 5 36 and corporations. Its fadliltcc for making 300 " MllledgerilU Russell, J. R. Arr silverware pra lections, in all parts of the United States, aro unGastln, Geo M..G2 acres, Milledssrllle, '31,'SI, '85 Reynolds, W. R. IM " FishingCreskTSl-l-7 1 Lre. Leilogtoo j 1 41 p ta 7 a ml 2 CT til Michael Kelley, St. Paul, Minn,, sensurpassed, and culoxers are at ll times granted and '36, 37 .25; 1 93 Buck Crwk Routen, PleasanU 12 " rm any reasonable accommodations tbey see proper 1 50 tenced 15 years ago to life imprisonment naler, Dartd E., CO acres, MilleJgerille, 3140; Eubanks Singleton, Martha 102 " n . . to ask. We beg to offar our serrlcos to tbe citiFalmouth .. .. 4 17 n m 10 0) a m a is Sm 1 CO 31 Slumer, Franc killing Barney L.mb, has confessed that Inyart, May E, 27 seres on Green Rtrer, 73 cts; for Arr.6orlDton .1 6 00 p m II S a ml zens ot neighboring counties, without Banking 4Jj.ni Inyart, John It., 5 acre on Green Hirer, '65 and Sterlnwehr, W. V. 100 1 C) Klogs Mt. his wife, whom he loved and who is now facilities, an J suaurs tbem tbat any business sent SB, II 10; 1 74 " Buck Creek Stewart, EIIeabetb,2U us shall at all times hare prompt and faithful atdead, did the deed. Inyart, B. F!, 51 seres on Oreen Hirer, '83, '84, '85 Sutton, Mary hrs 1 13 Holdam'a Mill CO UATATII.LE IIRA.VC'II. tention. and 'SS, 36 53; rUnger, the man who killed Bohle, cut C6 Slngleton.Jlncy hrs 43 " Cany Fork '8.3--6 DIKECTOU8! 43 " Oltenhelm t 14 I K. sr, him up, packed the pieces in a trunk and Johnson, Jamie A., 14 acres, MUlodgerllle, '85 and Shellsr. OIU Vo.W,' rtoaru-BouttI 86, 31.63; Dally Dally Wadklns, Sarah A. 4" South Fork '83 5 1 76 shipped it to Baltimore, after throwing tho Lane, O. P., lot at MeKtnney, 31 lEx. un. Kx. ttsh. J. 31. Hintil.SBOrUAM, 93; C 00 91 " Buck Creek Weaber.Wm. H. head, for which be had no room, in the riv- Minor, Allle and Clay, 14 acres, MUledgerllle, Woods. Mary LEWIS V. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALKEB, Lre Oorlnfteru..... 1 C9 50 " Holdama Mill '85-- 6 lOOpni J. W. LOIAN, 32 55; ........... 7 at a ru er, has been sentenced to 20 years hard la " " '81 176 J 8. JOHNSON, Warren, Wm.M.41 " Vnton Upn L. F. HUBBLE, T. M. ARNOLD, 6 23 pn Moore, La Fayette, 250 acres on Greeu Hirer, '85 bor in Sing Sing. J...JIEXEFKK, -- . 40 a ml i u i If ""f..1"' B. O. MULLINS. and '86, 38 05; Sheriff Lincoln County. J03. SIMP30N, The Senate has agreed to the confer " Johnson...!! Mitchell, Ed C., $52 acres oi Green Hirer, 'S3 and 4S a ml 86 pa " MaysrllU. ence report on the Antipolygamy Bill, w 7 40 pm rl?-?0 86,8730; Bucken's Arnica Salve. and the measure will now go to the Presi- Manly, Ira, 21 acres, MUledgerllle, '85, CO cents; The best Salre In the world lor Cuts. Brulsos Tfo.srrKorsT" Dally Dally dent for his signature. Its provisions ap- Matsey, James, (0 acres oa Green Hirer, '85 and Soros, Salt Rheum, Feror Sores, Tetter, Chapped J.M. UIGOINBOrnAM.PBEST. Ei. Hun. Ex. bin LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, 86,3180; Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, ply to all tbe Territories, including the J. P. SANDIFER, CASHIER, Lrs Marsrllle... Oldham, Hebccca, lot at MUledgerllle, '85 ana '86 and posttlrely cures Piles, or uo pay required, I, Ms ra !2Mpm " Johnaon...., District of Columbit. B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. 6 S7a u S6 20; Upii ts guaranteed lo giro perfect satisfaction, or monay " Carllsls .. 723am 2 IS p m ft is now declared tbat the late storm Sluder, Presley, 20 acres, 31 33; " Mlllersburt roruuded. Price 23 cenu per box. For sale by 7 a mi a 50 pra Arr l"arl,. 8 10a in 3 It pu in Montana, Nebraska and Colorado ws Sprinkle, Wm., 10 acres, JIayja Gap, 8t 63; Fonuy A McAllster. " Islington Ms bi 8 10 it m " tho most destructive in tho history of thoe Singleton, Ismc G 4 acres, Green Hirer, 31 75, rliuton ....I 1L? n 00 Ji ta lYonJerfwl Cures. Venson, Kachel, 13 acres on Green Hirer, 43 cts. If yon nroRolui: to nuy point WEST, Sia'.fcs. Many liar's are supposed, and msnr lVaggocer, Thos. 41 acres on Green Hirer, '31, '85 W. D. Hoyt A Co., wholesalo and retail DrugNORTH WEST or SOUTHWEST, cattle are hnown to havo been lost. Fur OXJXlL33e kN)T"";Trn, S t"1 .4re '''"f between gists of Home, Ga., say: "We havo been selling aud '8, J6.20; -talro the I otherlr..n, Ecratchei, Sciatica, Contracted many days the thermometer ranged from Wright, Geo. W., lot In Mllleilgerlle, '31, '5 ar.d Dr. King's New DIscorery, Electric Bitters and - v ...... ivi-- uuiiuir, Bucklen's Arnica Salro for two years. Haro uer-e- r Lumbago, Sprains, Mnscles, 33,3'; Direct conn, rtlons aro in adeat Winchester with (o 40 below tero. 10 ' Ernptions, ThuapeakeA Ohio lor Mt. Hterlln Rheumatism, handled gooJs tbat sell as well, or giro such Strains, Wlcber. G.o. N., 60 acrrs on Green 82 90 AshUnd IhiqtfnBton, Coarkston, W. Vs., aadliastern James W. Foehay, President of tho Wllkersn, L. P., lot in Milledgerllle, Hirer,33.50. unlrcrsal satisfaction. There haro been some Stitches, clt. Hoof Ail, 'SI, Bnrnti Brosdw.iv nd Seventh Avenue RtilrotJ, Wright, hucat K , lot In Hustonrllle, $1.45; wonderful cures efftcted by these medicine In this (Ohio & Mississippi Hallway Scalds, Scrow Stiff Joints, elty. Screral cases of pronounced Consumptlcn Stings, Worms, Backache, of New York, under indictment for being Whl e. tlleuj,2l)acrcs, S43; This Line has Two Dallr ExnreM Tea Inn arrlr- - Bites, hare been entirely cured by tho useol n lew bot Swlnney, Calls, u partv t' bribing a number of Aldermen liLACK no. Iiwurr K!U. St. Louli hwirs In advmes At other llmii, Brnlscs, tles of Dr. Klcg's New DIscorery, taken In connecSaddle Galls, Sores, Throunh tlrk.ts and Umi, to Dr andglringour ravsonper Qrst rhn-IIu in 1SS1, has had his cape dismissed by Btazley, John, 23 acroi, Boneyvlllc, S3; destination reached by tralFeiil. c'lecked tion with Electric Bitters We gu&rantro them trains ol connecting ilois In Union of seals be. Bunions, Spavin Piler. Brown, Hawkins, let Mllledgirllle, S2 10; Depst, I Louis, for alt taints Vcst, Southwoit aud Noitli-ire- st Corn;, deUb.htvlns: kicked the bucktt Thuradsy. Burton, Phillip, C acne, McKlnccy, 1) c.nts. roraany'iir11""" M" " '"J ,g"'1 of U, always. Sold by Penny A MoAHster. Cracks. fl) with , b V. fl! IKIlUii:, J). A .ITKLBV. The lull to exempt women from tlip Talley, Charle, 1 t lo Turncrsrllle, 3I, '85 and , THIS GOOD OLD STAND-D(len.l'oas. Hocllninr; Chair Parlor Oars nud Ie;v An Enterprising, Reliable House. Trar. I'aas. ABcnt, 8fi, 32 15; accomplishes for everybody exactly what Is claimed (orlnton, Kr. death penalty fur murder, was defeated in Uloopinr; Cars Ixnlnuiim ' K 7 EmlRrant Penny A McA!lur can a'wxji hi rolled upon II Brown, Ed. lot In MiXInoity, S2 if; lUelrer! for It. Ono of the reasons for tho creat opularlty of 0"I-"rtlio Assembly at Albany, N. Y., as it Blair, f Clinrxo. lisneral DRlcea, Curlnnten, Ky, not only to ctrry Iu stick the hist of orerythlct lot 40 cints. tbo Mustang Liniment Is found lulls uulvcrsnl should Inve been. Surely a woman should Burdelt, Th. II acres In MU Sa'cji '33 ant 'sC, but to secure the Agency for such articles as hare nppllcublllty. ErorybodyneeKlssuohniuedloIno, well.knowp merit, and are popular with tbe peoS3 CO, The Luuiberiniin needs It In casoot accident. NOW bo held as respot sible for her nets n a ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of boln,' al Tlio Iluuxnu Ifo needs It for general family utc. T purebsie a Fur.u In tbn West, Northwest r man nnd when h commits murder lit! Biccklnrldge, Al, lot, 31 73; The funnier needs It for his teams nnd hit men. NEWPORT NEWS I MISSISSIPPI VALLEY Bright, Caleb, lot In Honey rllle, "83 and '86, 32 55 ways enterprising and erer reliable. lUrlng seKoulhwhtt. neck i ntjre loo ;ood for the halter. Tim .Hcclmnlc needs It always on bis work cured the Agency for the calobrated Dr. King's Clojd, WiIey,5acres McKlnney Branch, '83 and The Richest Tar iilntf aud (lnln Land In Ilin bench. Tin: A lady of the ripe old a.:e of SO years New DIscorery for Consumption, will sell It on a World may be lisda'. trjin (I uO to tW per mr 86, 2 80. Tlio Ullncrliee.U It Incasoof emerRcney. oniony tlmoanlat low Interest, This hail Will hie juil died in Buckingham county, Vn, Clojd, Joseph, 2 acres MoKIun.iy branch, '31, '85 posltlro guarantee. It will surely cure any and raise double the number ol bushels of aim ,r Tlio 1'Ionrurneoilslt-can'tRetalonsnltliIt. crery aflection ol the Throat, Lungs and Chest, wheat to tho acre that ctn lie proluol In th s anil 'S6, 33; Tlio I'lirnii-- r needs It In lib house, his stabb-- , GBESUPEilK&OHID BOUTE She wss ne'er known in Iter long life to be and to show our cooll Jencn, wo Invito you to call section, and with much loss la'xir. Tho pries ot aud his stock jard. Clojd, Jobn, 1 fcreilcSlmicy branch, 32 10; land Isstea.lllradranc ng. It trill llci'd hv. the leat out of temper or mad with any Cloyd, Maria, 3 nd get a Trial Bottle Free. Tim fjlenmbont rimn or I ho llontiiiiiu nnds (I) acr(r, Mt. Salem, '85, '86, C5 cents tnu'Hp.nt, clienitrrtliuit ittlurostuiuiit toand it Is HtMitneKj'M lCoiiiv j;um1 It In llbcrsl supply afloat und ashore. one, and was never beard to speak a crorit Cloyd, Edith, 10 acroa, MoKlnney branch. 73 cts crery to proro a good Uso Green Cough Balsam for coujhs and colds. needs it It Is his best Tlio irorsc-riiiiclword, tier husband, who lived with her Cooper, James, lot Iu Hustonrllle, 75 cents; so a Price 50c, For sale by McHoberU A Stagg. friend and safest reliance. Cooper heirs, 33 cents; fi'ty five years, can vouch for tbe above will sare Tim Ktock-arntrTickets, Good 40 Days thousands of dollars and needs tt- -lt trouble. Mm Washington, Philadelphia and Carr, Ulatt, lOacres, Bonyrllle, 8) and '86, 31 10 How Is your blood? Uee Green's Sarsspurlllo Round-Tri- p a world ot Judge Thomts M. Joseph, for a nutn Estls, Vln, 8 acres, Ml. Salom, 75 cents; For v.lo lir Mcltolicrts A Staeg at SI. Now York. Tlio Knllrond innn needs It and will need It so At Low Excursion lUtrs to Neosho, Mo.; ber of years Treasurer of the Grand Lodge Gains, Ed, 7 acres, Moreland, 31 25; tiixtr long as his llfo Is a round of accidents and dangers. Green's Electric Oil euros all aches and palm. Hprlni?s,Florence. Abilene. Indenendcnc.Kingman, Tho only line runblug Iteocc, lloltou, Council Urcre, UncUvroodiintui needs It. Tlicro Is nothof Odd Fellows in Tex., has confessed that Glrenp, Talbot, lot In Stanford, '35 and 'M, 3 93, For sale by McUoberts A SUig at 50c. Lenoru, Oberlln and rJeno-i- , Kansas; (kiliiuiSui, ' )nir llko It as an nutldoto for tho dancers to life, i " 1 60; " sew sisui:i'i.u twitsGrand Inland, Lincoln and Valentlus, Neb.j Tex-- , limb and comfort which surround tho pioneer. he is short in his accounts to the amount of Gentry, Binds, " Gentry, Green, " " 3 30; Greta's Golden Halm, sure euro for Catarrh nt arianaau'i uzsru, Arx ; rauiilino, nan Atnnnlo, AKDTlio Alcrclitint needs It about his storo anion? $23,185, which embrace; the entire funds Gentry, Huben heirs, " Tnrlor, Wichita Falls, Waco, Llopno', Balrd, 1 00; 50c, at McRobcrts .1- Stem's. his employees. Accidents will happen, and when Albany and Midland, 1'exas. ' charge. Toe money was bet in epecula uarlau, Jobu,2 acrs, Mllledgorllle, '81, '85 2 17; in A SOLID THAXN these como tho Mustang Liniment U wanted atonco. BDnyrllle.35 cts; Stop-ove- r tion, Tho order will havu him sent to tha Lytlo.Sally, 2 " most 'TIs tbo best of l PrhUofjes will bo Allow Kecpallottlo In tlio House. tf ronkennoss, or Liqucr Hablt.caa be Cured by Morton, (Jc 0.3 " MorslanJ, '85, '0, 100; economy. Louliville, Cincinnati & Laxiuton. Kt. penitentitrr. administering Dr. Haines' Goldon Speclflc. To examine tbe Lands and Country. MoP.oberts,Ti!da, 3 acres, Turnersrlllc, '85 and '86 Keep a Ilottloln llm Factory. Itslmmedtate to Washington Oitj, A etalemenl from Si. Po It can bo slven In n cup of eolleo or tea nltli-H- it Furchisersof Land wIlthnrA the Frlce of their uso In coso of accident tares pain and loss of wages, 3123; ConnocllflKln tbosamsdopot with Tick-el- s tliekiiowledgo of the person trtkuirr It, uf. Tickets refunded, Extension Itound-trlKeep a Jlottlo Ahviifaln Clio Htublo for GovMasterson, Ndson, 22 acres, McKlnney, 70 cts; tershurg announces lhat the Russian at Low rates to many otnor points mar bo sePost Trninn for Now York. fectlnR a speedy and permanent euro, whether nan when vnnted. emed ut Stations to which you purcbaso tltlcuts. II10 patient Is amoderato drinker or niialco-lioll- c ernment circles onsider war between Owsley, Fount, lecre,Turnersrlll, 73c:nts; The Direct Route to Portor, Ncls.n, agont Jloiby. lot Hustoorlllo, 75 wreck. Tliousamls of Urunkardi liavo Hanrllle., France anJ Germany inevitable, and that FREE TO ALL.. Lynchburg.fcud North NorloU nnd nil Virginia boen inailo temperatu men who Imvo taken tlio cents; Carolina folnis. Our Illustrated Plant ami Uolilen Sjieclilo In tlielr eoirco without their If you Think of Moving U;ht the Czar will maintain liberty of action, Itllte, Heery, lot In Hustoorlllo, S3 C3; Fortickols and further Heed C'aUInsun (is) pimox) knonledRe, ami y bellow 0 tliey sjult clrlnk-ms' your nearest tlckotottlco or Inlormatlon, "Oon support, but look- Hout, Ersy, lot In Bonyrllle, 19 cents; prleeg of tho cbolcent ultli giving Francs no active ddr. w tlielrown freoulll. No harmful effect Call on any of our nsjenU who will promptly an. . roe, (JeneralAgcut, Lexington, K7. I'lnmi.HeeiU.llulbs. U0.1W and fu'ulsh valusbla lufjrnu- results from Its administration. Cures Ruaran- - twet in Km.ill l'rulls, UrnixiVlnes, ing to it tint Ilustla' inteiests are not en- P.ln, Susan 4 acres, Mt. Sslem, 31 15; . tion rewire I tonrlceof Ltnds. Text.. honiestMd dJHstasVjpjaKrjp' Ac., Hhrtitn, KverKni-nsHoe, Bettle, 10 acres, Bonyrllle, 1 20; wen. neiid ror circular ami full particulars. and laws In any of tho Western IU bo mailed FIIKK tD dangered by her defeat. 2d Vice 1'resldont. Aildross In confldenco Gomikm Heed, Caroline, 1 " Hustonrillo, .55; HalLsfuc-ttoCo.. Jlb' Htatei. Wlllcill on )ou at your homes lfilslr(xl, . nil Applicants. jK HK. "MkW M Kace St.. Cincinnati. Ohio. VJ: The General Paeeenjer Agents, West, Brcars, Hcna, 3 " Mc Kinney, Loulsrlllfl, 1;,. Kuurantci'd. Addreu .75; luruisa ucxeis 10 any point, nsre your rrolgui aud household gools shlpiwl at lowest, rules, uud NANZ & NETJNER, North and South, at a meoting in Chicago, Stewart, Silas, 2" Boncyullle, 133; attond persinaliy to cbecUtuir your b.ijrixe ur.il LOUISVILLE, KY. Trice, Mitchell, ecro McKlnnoy, 1 26; seeing you com furlably atirlisl nu your Joiirn y comdeclared that tha ioier-Ststhave Ileuu-mtathat this ustlslnnos la re'idcrei fren o, Tucker, Lewis, lot In Staulsrd, 'it, '&, '34, 81 55; . ;. w I'ADH charge. merce law prohibits all pisses, save ex- Vinson, Frank, " MllleJporllle, '3 iiEifl P. HUJTffMAK, 'ti, 2 13; ftTicn liaby waa ck, no j;aro bor Cftstorla, font. r.ieuir Ajiont, 48 W sth at , Cluclnii.ul , .r.".TVY5TEn'S o,UENGLISH." decision fii Welch, Berry, " McKlnnfy If this change railroad 1 85; Iliji null When oho was a Child, she cried for Costoria, K'cMiilnr. JOIIK F HtllNAKL', W. n.tHU'irl'i .00;, flustained, the lejisUtori who pvaed it will Wcatherlord, Klttr, lot Hustonrllle, WOUGSJOH t'ns. an.l iliin'i Mi'jr, Uco. l's. As1' When eho became Hiss, alio clung to CastorU, i ilhlte, Cells, 21 acres oa Hanging Fork, '83 nrd O. CUcInrwtl. BTANFOKD, KY. hereafter have to ue tho mileage money WLcn the bad Children, she gare them Castorl. inall. 86, 87 70; NAME " "r.i8r,"I,-,t- "' ,' V;Mrr,r' . return I 'a.. - DADr'a kSUii, nim that the government piys them for travel Warren Sldooy, 2 ceres, Bonyrllle, 31; Voti u II confer a f.ivor nu the publisher si.d U ()6i HouUi sldd M(l titrrot, two doari t ... .. :. tt'iir . ri.iindB.,!' Kctelj d Wallace, Matilda. Ijt Ij btanurd, CJ cents; . hr DrtlfPlflal. carrying "free passe'," ingtuMeidof j tlMilTSts OxUe (is sdialntstc-e" 'Thlflie j:njis.n- - iv, ,v;Jr.T. i.r-tha proper thing by nud lu tho amount ot your -- i 'Akit UouLli, r ture Xltroni inscription atonco i '.ValU-jr- , Xks. I :;r.:. .a.xri:, 'M, 'ii ii ii; thr: will lit emctij ti.'.. Foraioly Dr. M L IWlUIlNjC. -- Higgius, Squlro lot Wslnut Hat, 92 (U. Hansford, May lot SUnlord, 32 03. Hays, ltachael lot Stanford, '81, 'S3, '83, 31 10. Hansford, Kitty lot Stanford, 1335-6- , St 3). " " Sfi 35. " Hockcr, Lewis " " 31 K5. Uckey, WalUr 1 Ue, Vina lot Wslnut KUt 133J-- St 33. Lackey, Ren lot Pretcbersrllle, 75 eta. Montgomery, Alex. lotStanford, 183) CM 33. Montgomery, John 1 aero Bald Hills, SI 33. Bliauta, Thos. Heirs t lot Crab Orchard, 73. cts. Stewart, Myram 1 White Oak, 75 cts. C. S) 10. Tucker, George 10 acres Dlx Hirer Ii-- Eiriuriifig as Absolutely Pure. This fine Bull will stand tbe seaons now comat my stabloon tho Lancaiter Plks one half mils Irom Utaufnrd Court llouso at;fj tho kusou, wt'h tho prtiga ol brcndlog tbn row until therotr prores In calf. Motoy duo when cow is first trrred. Marquis uf Adeline's sire, Herbert, his slrn Apollo and Dam Imported Southern Bsau-t- y menced Inii-crK- i'ropr and it imputation, WILLIS HOUSE, It ebr. J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. L. & N. T- EanuL M IloiKe' TUKOUMrriiUNIC SOUTH & WEST 6 SBHBlftlFJF'S SAIES BooTu-Uooa- f, r '81-5-- C 114 BIcKINNEY, KY. C 5 ...., 'P npa Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS rn....,A '31-6- 6 81-- ,r lla . .. l ' am.. I'arla.., iwiti ,.. A -- .,........ .urpn ui BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment if I IOIlIH . 41 'UOUTII-Uotlt- . 1 -- -- O. & M. !M"..?i t ln-- Y ABi-ut- o IS THE TIME. out rci-ta- ln or Fri-do- nla. imuuN -- eeoii-oflici- p of ty&al-- . alllL-i(iilrlr-s I I o 1 r Hr-- 'l ,'' pes. ,... D33NTI8T, J ....". 1 tscford ttssEtLMinreve VtMttmtnmmpfmfmimmmm MM jiafcSJjMalaSsjiaTJSjali' 'l'iWSaisisSjssjaJfnrisisih1swrfpisJftii ,'sjtH W gganfe.MfeiW..' ' " ' J f jt .jprWt wn rpgpir' tw- v ' -,- 1,1.1 r, Jy 11(5 VW V1 IWlMjRWli 1M 4&C i Scuii-MccHuIntcn- or gonnnil EVENTS, NOTES OF CURRENT The rote Id Philadelphia last week wrb three to ono agslnet prohibition. In a big rat hunt at Millenbury, 0 , 3, 000 .tails were reported captured in two weeks Congress is within two weeks of its end, yet there are 1,175 bills on the House cat endar. Mrs. Cleveland gavo her last reception for the season on Friday and shook about 10,000 hands. Lightning struck a cotton deck nt New York and $350,000 worth of propirty win destroyed. The President has signed the bill appropriating 50,000 for a public building at Owensboro. J. IJ. Ketherlnnd, of Ciiupbjlhvillo, committed auicid'rt by esverinij his jugular with a Barlow kuife. John Lawis ofErie. Pi, is dying ol hydrophobic, resulting from n dog bile received five years go. It is Mid tHo President has naked Smith M Weed, of New York, to accept the treasury portfolio. Tn Stato of Delaware hm not a single republican official the only State in the Union that nsn say eo. Msry Baker, White county, Ind , who fasted one hundred and five day?, Ii.n b3 gun to eit Hnd is getting stronger. Lookout Mountain, Tenn , has been purchased by a syndicate, with tho intention of making it a B'imtiser resort. A I' The Maysvilte Masons have just completed the Gnoit loUvi nnwt in, the oun try. They embrace the three upper stories of a block of buildings and are complete In every particular. It required 1,000 yards of caipst to cover the main room, In 1SG5 tho Central National Bank of Cincinnati, had In Its vaults, $11200 cf In moving from 7 30 notes with coupons. one building to another the notes were lost The notes not having been or stolen In 1S6S, tbe Treasury Department is found sued fi7e pr cent, bonds in llou thereof, but nothing was done about the coupons, on which about thirty months' interest was due. The banks mado a claim against the government for the Interest, but Judge Durham refused to recommend payment and the Secretary of tho Treasury agrees with him that it.ehonld not be paid. st little 83n of Vitj Buron was burn- ed to death and William Mjore, a young man, was killed by a falling tree in Pu- laski. The Great Extern rtemuship, the larg in the world, old at auction last week in London for $130,000. It costs eev erol millions. The democrats of Jessamine county have nominated W.T. Jones for the Legislature. He will vote either for Gov. Mc Creary or Carlisle for Senator. drafted A legislative measure has inNewYorbto legalize betting on horse We tsappose that it is because eo racing. many of the better to fnck on their bets. Tiiomitfl Clockctooe, who robbed the National Bank of Portland, Me., of $S0,-00- 0, bas been releard t Winnipeg, the authorities holding he was not extraditable. Trie Eiruria has met humped across tho Atlantic in six days, five hours and 52 minutedfastest winter time on record and but 9 minutes behind the beat summer recest Bhanka. Thos. Holrs t lot Crab Orchard, 73. els. Stewart, Myratn 1 White Oak, 73 cts. 3 to. firm 2,800,000 pookot handkerchiefs Tucksr, Georgo 10 acres Dlx Rlrjr lt830, oni 1IO0K NO. 3, WltlTK. with her picture on them, for the occasion iivixsi., iiicinto.Mi. 12 arre-- s Flshlnj Crock Akcr, John V. 3110 of her comins jubilee, thus preparing the Apple, Win, 11. 0) t 80 2 6 Buck Creek 49 " way for the hardest aud most extensive Arnold, Alex. For a good Table Adams, Darld A Son 873 " Bes Lick 32 A '3C 3 03 blow herdynatv has yet received. 85 And clean and well furnlshol rooui, this Hotel Bantln, Unce)M.hrsllO" lishlng Creek Ukx1 sample rooms atUiehxd. 2 63 hai no suptrior. Collins, Mallndahrs. 133" Green HlTer Stil-l- y Please Bear in Mind: 83 SO 6 43 Dye. Emily 91' 1. That our eubicrlptlen price Is 31 per year Donnelley. Thos. 10)" Buck Cicek ' "183 vben paid strictly la advance and 52.50 when Dot Delanoy, Jemima 250 LOUIS Sl'ULEU EL, so paid. ' balance 1 43 70 Denny, Rallnier 2. That wo da not publish anonymous commu! S3 " SO " Denny, Tlios. Colored worshipper "Mlsth Clarence, wusn't ttcra patriarchs of od de mos' forget-fulleWn mtn you ober knowed o ? ' Mr. C. "How so, Mr. John.oo?" Mr. J.-"I heored the preacher at tuv honne ub worship rstd out ob de good book time nnd time Again ho'V Abraham he ferget Isaac, an' Isac he ferret Jacob an' Jacob he fer- Lte, Vina lot Walnut Flat 133 M, 8133. get a whole lot moth. 'Pen like dem pat Lackey, Ben lot PreachersTllle, 75 cts. riarch Montgomery, Alex. lotStanfjrd, 1833 fi USA. couldn't 'msoibir anybodv." Montgomery, John aero Btld Hills, Jl S3. fPittaburg Bulletin. 1 TM1ITRSO. 2, BASTKND. Kali's. Aruos Heirs (0 acrts Dlr Hirer (4.63 llachback, James and Hurler 100 acres Crab Orchard, St IS. Htatt, John J. 4 acres Gilberts Crnefe, Tl SO Howard, J.C. 4acreDli niter, SI IS. Hobbs, Mrs. A. L. Heirs 90 Olx Hirer, f 10 IB. 1813-- 0, 5 73 Hair, Alvln 200 acres near Poor-hous- e, Minael, Maggie UOacrca Cedar Creek, 12 83. Mordlke, Nancr J. lot Crab Orchard 1 00, Owens, Mary 50 acres Dli ItUer, 51 13, riyne, Andrew 33 acres Dlx River, 31 03. " 11 M ryne,J.T.3aere Ray, Mike 5J knob land, II 10. Rlppy, J. P., tir. lot Crab Orchard, Ft 70. Burbcr, Allred 2 acres I talis Ojpl833-C- , SO 03. BpratU E. J. 100 acrts Olx Hirer, 87 93. White, Johnnnd James IS acres Dlx Hirer, 12 33. DLACK HO. 2, HAST XHD. S2 73. Brown, llenrj J. lot Stanford 1S15-Raujhman, Clato 2 acres Halls Gap, 12. Bright, Tolly tot Stanford, 40 cts. Cook, Wm. houso Stanford, '35-- G Craig, Leo lot Dlx Hirer, 3) cts. Emerr, Marr J. lot Stanford, St IS. SI 00. dale, Frances Clacrea Orcvn Hirer, 18S5-6- , Ouest, Darld 2 acres, SI S3. lotStanford. '81, '85 'M, $1 Guest, Gtrcns, Anthony lot Stanford, ti 10 Hlggius. SiuIro lot Walnut Tint, $2 (). Hansford, May lot Stanford, 92 03. Hays, Ilachael lot Stanford, '81, '83, '83. 51 10. Hansford, Kitty lot Stanford, 1!55, Ji ). " " S6 33. Hocker, Lewis " Thlst powder nevfrTarles. " St U. strength and whole-ioracncfLackey, Walter 1 " DR. W. D. PENWY, Bttaiitont, - DENTIST, - tCotit uolcy 'II .a aiyiSMwiMtij ; i. i Offlie on Lancaster street, next door to Inn-rio- r Journal odce. Ontce boura trora S to 12 a. if, and 1 to 5 r. u. Anrsthellra administered whir noccasory, llSMyr. Comrnerclal Collegeof Xy.Unlrerslly.Lr.T.'.l" TheChsartatandBsit Bmlntsa Colltftlntba .11 WerU. Illat.r.1 ll...r .ilJM Wxl.l Hr (V.IW.I .1 1.. orl.r. Kr..llUn.(..r t.i..l II..X. Krpln(H'l hOOO lla.laru lidarallaa. Slrailnalra Ik llu.Ur-- a. leTfMbrn f'l.jni r or t all llu.lnrt- - ( oyr-lMltlri Tuliua, Hollom UO. Mat ... lrrrl It. Till: TIlOHODOIfllltKD .Ml naw. Uraaaatra , lh.rl Irlrtrapar, 1 T; rtlt( t:m,r iriuilf. N IJaaranlJ aeall. ir u BMITH. IVn'l, N)iBrt-IUa.- l, nMM-k. e. ,.yl mr lllaaHaa. k'r HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL nKMlWH or ADKL1NE. This fine Bull will aland tho teaons now comat my liable on tho Lancaiter Pike ooe half mile from Stanford Court llouae at;3 the Muson, wlh llio prltllivu vl breeding tbe row un til me row proreiin calf, iiouoy auo wlirn cow menced MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY, E. H. T3UUNSIDE, - Propr Tliia Old and Woll - Kuown Hotol Still Maintains tta High Hoputatiou. AND runuyi Royal Batumi 1'otdk 100 Wall Absolutely Pure. Street, New York Maiquls of Adellnp's lire, Herbert, bis aire ported Aollo and Dam Imported Southern Is first (rrred. Im- A marvel ol purity, More economical than the ordinary kind", and can not b tola rompetltoawlth tho multitude of low test .ahon weight Alum or phosphate powdora. SoMonly In CAtis. tv, Qieen Victoria has ordered from a Ly- - WILLIS HOUSE, nt. of Adtleno't dam, Adeline, tier aire Imported Uncle Tom dam linpoitHl Lady Flatter For further partlouurs at lo pedigree see H F. II. It. Tfetslsa rery fine young Bull from a relebrat-ei- l faintly ot milkers Ineludlngtlit nw lfcho, the greatest of lurdAy, her owner having reluaod for her. The HotitoluO'reUIan cattle bare taken the led aa the brat fur the family, and a csoaa with the Shnrtlinm trcducr a rrry turn animal. I will buy all the ma! calres begotten by thlt Unit at giHil j ilr t jtlrtiet at wcanlog time. ISO,-U0- It Proprietor is Doterminotl that it Shall bo tJocoud to no Coantrr Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment., or Attention to Comfort of their Oaoili. 180-- J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. 00rdsy. ir. n..mi.T.r.ii,-eianroiit, Ky, z a ;) 1 L.&N. Louisville -- iMitate nlllot joateyed to and from the i free of ehart. Npeclal aeromraoJaf Inns o loamrrelalTravelera. The liar nlll always aipplled with Ifte eholCMj brands of LlainM 4 t leaia. & tii Nashville R, R. imxAT- Lfl.1 "iUnu-Urnn- x nications. 3 - Uuu(t.M resel pa for That we do mi receive postage i subscription unless to make chango. A. That our adr'tllilng rates are IS cents lino each insertion, or $1 por Inch for the first Insertion, ?3 M psr month, J lor two months and (C for three months. S. That notices of deaths aro published free, but obituaries are charjol lor at the rate of Scents per lino La in Ureonburgh, Wm. 20 " Highland 51 " Buck Creek Goff, John P. . SO" Gutonshon, Jos. Delaney, Catherine 100" Ho Main's MIU'SS-- s 300' Fishing Creek Ellltou, Geo. B. Holdam't Mill 100' Estli, Rolit. D. 'SJ-f- i lllatt, Ben A. 48 " " '83 6 Hughes, M. Allen Harris, John W. 15" Wajnesburg C3 " near Eubanks '5',-ti 6 bn PROPERTY FOB TAXEB. By virtue uf taxes due and unpaid for tbe follow Ins yean from tbe persoop named below I will & at M n r. i F"! l t Lte. Paris. " OtUnnelm 2 70 Liltlt) Llitenstophor.Geo 03 an Arr. Wlnchiwter.. pr4ti pa sot pa I hare lately purchased tMi botet and hare Marsh, A ex. W. 107 ' Waynetburg '83-- 0 3 10 " Illcnmona.. ... IMpmi Mobile OHciiiih. mads many ImproromraU In It. ' Lannutar 31111 'S3C 70 ON MONDAY, MARCH 7TH 1887. Mar tin, Farah A. 20 " HoUarn'a I Intend to keep eTerrthlng In drst-cl" HUnlora style, 6 00 p a " "'815-676 ao-Martin, Darldson 154 " M, tnsktonly moderate ebargea. Only-oncbn to points In Lre. Ulcbmood.. County Court day expose to public sale before the Mason, Jfartln brs. ISO " Green Hirer 2 70 Aa I hare ben on the road for sereral years I 300pm Arr. j Court House door In Stanford, Ky., far cash In Melrin James A wife 13) " Ottenbelm '83-S 26 know the wants or trarsllte men, anJ I will make IJMpm 'I Llrlntiton.. 130-- 1 It to their Interest to atop with me. yr. band the following property or so much thereof as Metiuffoy, Sally " 23 " 40 will pay said taxes and cost. Any one desiring to Oaks, Jemima SO 123 " knob land Korra-BouxNo. S Ko. 11 No. I pay on the property advertised can do so before PJge, Mary C 1 CO 33 " KIngi Mounttln CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, the day of ule by paying one dollar additional and Polly, John B. 43 "BuckCrMk'31-S3 S3 Lre. Urlcciton. 8 00 an cost of advertising the property, and as you do to retreo, Hhoda A. ' CO " 50 " PefktDit bnura on the line of this roal will receive Ol I.A.NCANTKU, KY. ord. 10 OS am racial ratrt. your names will be withdrawn Irons this list: 80 30 " Green Hirer ATT. ltlchmond ., Jl 13 a m Prewltt, Warren stSmi Ageotaof iha Company lor ratn, route - A cava has been discovered in MarCOOK NO. 1. WltlTK, WIST KSD. . 2 CO 100 " Fishing CrMk IUloncr, W. M. Lrt. itowland.. 9133,000 00 de ,ar writ 7 SO a m shall county, In which were found two hu- Baatln, Morgan, 7 acres on Green RlTerSt.CO: " Ltncstfter 4 10 C. P. ATUORK, O. P.AT.Aj 0 4 II ami, Rogers, John, Sr. 100 " Buck Creek Arr. Richmond.. Loularllle, Ky 1 acre at TnnorsTllIe, II 00 ant. 81.33; 9 46 300 " noldam't Mill man skeletons, a sum of gold and si Iyer, Florence, J. F., Rowland, A lfre-This Bank solicits accounts oflndlrlduals. firms Lre. nicbmood 1 10 p m e 01 a 1 CO " " " 24 Rentfro, Jamet ml amounting to about $000 and a quantity of Foster, Wm. CO acres, MllledgTll!e. 84 73; Arr. WlncbMUr., 2 It P ml 7 00 ami, and corporations. Its facHltlet lor making colFrederick, M. J., IS acres, Bonyrllle, $2.15; & 36 300 " MtUtOgerille Huwell, J. H. Arr l"arls.... S to p ra silverware. Gastln, Geo M.,62 acres, Hllledgerllle, '81,'SI, 'S3 Reynolds, W. B. 10) " FlihlngCreslCSJ-t-5-7 10 lections, In all parta of the United Slatea, aro Lre. Lea In 1 ton ed . I 43 p in 7 13 a ml J 4J pn and cutoaers are at Jail limes granted Michael Kelley, St. Paul, Minn,, and '86, 87.25; Buck Crek 195 Kouten. Heasintt II " S SO p m S to a Lt Parlt ni S 40 pm any reasonable accommodations they see proper Haley, Darld E., CO acres, MUleJgerille, $140; " Cynthltna. 1 60 15 years ago to life imprisonment Singleton, Martha 102 " S " Falmouth . ., SS47 p m 10 Ma m j 4 17 am to ask. WebegtooSsr our serrlcee to the cltl-re4 p m 1 CO Ola m A IS put 81 8lumer, Franc killing Barney Limb, has confessed that Inyart, May E.27 acres on Green Rlrer, 73 ct; or Arr.Oorlngton .IS 00 p m II ot neighboring counties, without Banking ml Umi Inyart, John R., 5 acre on Green Hirer, '83 and Sterlnwehr, W. V. 100 1 C) Kings Mt. his wife, whom he loved and who Is now 86, SI 10; t 74 facllltlee, anJ auure them that any busineas sent " Buck Creek Stewart, llaabath,219 ua ahall at all Hues bare prompt an J faithful atdead, did the deed. UATAITIX,I,C UKANC'll. Inyart, B. Fi, 84 acres on Green Hirer, '83, '84, '83 Sutton, Mary hra 110 UoMata'aMIU CO tention. -r- Unger, the man who killed Bohle, cut and '80, $6 S3; CO StngIeton,Jlocy hrs 40 " Ciny Fork 'S..-49 " OtUnhtlm 114 him up, packed the pieces in a trunk and Johnson, Jam it A., 14 teres, MUIedgeTlllo, '83 and Shelltr. OtU 84, St.63; 1 7C Dallr 37adklns, Sarah A. 4" South Fork '&3 Dally shipped it to Baltimore, after throwing the Lane, O. P., lot at McKlnney, St 93; Ki, Sua, Kx. Ban. J. M. HirUilNBOriUM, C 00 91 " Buck Creek H. riv- Minor, Atlle and Clay, 14 acres, Mllledgevllle, Wcaber.Wm. head, for which he had no room, in the JOKL J. WALKEK, Lre Oerlngton..... 50 " Uoldama Mill 'S3-Woods, Mary ICO LEWIS Y. LKAVELL, " Islington ..... ...... ......I 7 03a m 4 24 p u J. W. LOIAN, S2 55; 41 " " er, has been sentenced to 20 years hard la " S4 1 7C J 8. JOHNt'ON, Warren, Win.M. " Paris ......... L. F. HUBBLE, 8 13am 5 20 pn T. M. ARNOLD, Moore, La Fayette, 2S0 acres on Greeu Hirer, '83 bor in Sing Sing. ArrMllleriburg.,., J.X.JIRXEFGE, J03. SIMPJON, 8 40 a m' a 44 p ra B. O. MUI.LINS. and '86, S3 05; ! a nl . (sheriff Lincoln County. " uaruaia r VO. D U v v. The Senate has agreed to the confer Mitchell, Ed 332 acres oa Green Hirer, 'S3 Ta1..u. and C, a ml S pm Mayttllle.., Bill, ence report on the 86,8730; iiww TU pa Buckhn's Arnica Salre. measure will now go to the Presi- Manly, Ira, 21 acres, MHeJgevllle,'i3,C0 cents; and the Nbr&ri ThebcstSilre In the world lor Cuts. Bruises f Dallr Dallr dent for his signature. Its provisions ap- Matsey, James, (0 acres on Green River, '85 aud gorus, Salt Bheum, Ferur Sores, Tetter, Chapped J.M. MGOINBOrHAM.rnEST. Kx Hun.jKi. Bun LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, '86, SI 80; Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, ply to all tbe Territories, Including the Oldham, Rebecca, J, P. SAKmi'ER, CASHIEi:, Lre Marirllle. lot at MllleJgeTlllr, '83 ana '86 and positively cures Flten, or uo pay re-- i ulrej. I, 8 Mfl trtjla Cjlumbu. " Johnjou,.,M., District of B. F. HUDSON, TELLKIt. ft S7a ni 1 3 J6 20; p m " Carllalt It guarantood to giro perfect satisfaction, or monjy 7 23 a m 2 VS p m ft is now declared that the late storm Sluder, Presley, 20 acres, MiElnney, St 33; " Mlllertburg .. refunded. Price 23 coots por box. For anle by 7 40 a m: a 60 pn Arr ........ .... 8 lua 10 Sispm in Montana, Nebraska and Colorado whs Sprinkles, Wm., 10 acres, JIavja Gap, $1 63; Penny A McAUster. " Leilngton 4 acris, Green HWer, 81 75, 9 0.3 a ml 10 pm " Oorlniion . ... tho most destructive in tho history of thoe Singleton, Isaitc G., acres 130 am noojin Wonderful Cures. on Green Hirer, 4) cts. Venton, Rachel, 13 If yon nroRoltiC to nuy point Sta.fcj. Many Hvm are "apposed, and minr Waggocer, Vt.fi, HoytA Co., wholesale anl retail Druj- Tlios. 14 acres on Green Hirer, '31. '85 NORTHWEST or SOUTHWEST, .... Note. TralnaS in,! 1 .. ,1.11. cattle are hnowu to havo been lost. Fur glsta olltome, Oa., say: "We hare been selling and '86, ?6.20; talco tho chMter, Uxlngtnn and CinclnnaM; I other trains" Scratches, In Mllleilgerlle, '81, '83 ard Dr. King's New Wacorery, Electric Bitters and Sciatica, Contracted many days the thermometer rrged from Wright, Geo. W , lot arodally exevpt Sunday. Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo for two years. Hare ner-e- r Lumbago, Sprains, Muscles, '3S,f, ,nl",e Winchester with 10 to 40 below zero. E trains. Rbcnmnttsm, lor Ml. HtcrllBtf. Ashland Wiener, (ho N., 50 acres on Green Hirer, 82 90 handled goods that sell as well, or glre such Eruptions, Hunlfngton, Coarltston, W. Va., aadTusi-rnTl- t. Jamea W. Foehey, President of tbe Wlllremn, L. P., lot In Milledgerille, '83, S3.30. unlrersal satisfaction. There have been some Batches, HoofAiJ, Bnrnii Broadway nod Seventh Avenue RiilroiJ, Wright, Sutai K , lot In Hustonvllle, 81.43; (Ohio li Mississippi Hallway Scrow wcnderlul euros efftctod by these medicine In thlt Scalds, StiffJointJ, city. Sereral cates of pronounced Consumptlcn Stings, Backache, Worms, of New York, under indictment for betne Wbl e, ElUm 21 acres, 81 45, t. This Line has Two Dally ExpreM Trains hare been entirely rurod by tho useol a lew botSwinney, Bites, Oalli, ULAC'K NO. 1, aVKST KWH. u partv t') bribing a number of Aldermen Louts liotira In aclrinca ol other llnTi. BruUoj, tles of Dr. Ktcg's Ner Discovery, taken In eonnet- Saddle Galls, Sores, iiiruuvii urKKii ami UfKagi. c'irckej lo tor andglrlng our paivngerir Orat rtiolcw of mull lu in 1SS1, has hid his care dismieed by Btaztey, John, 5 acres, Boneyvlllc, S3, destination reached by waWoid. tlsn with Eltctrlc Bitters We Kusranteo them trains ol connecting dais in Union Depot, fcl. Bunions, Tiles. Spavin Brown, Hawklru,lotMll!eJgrllle,S2 10; Q 'grnl of ll" detth, having kicked the bucktt Thursday. Burton, Phillip, 0 acrts, McKlnney, 13 ctnts, Louis, forall olnta viit, (joulliwait aud Noilli-treCornr, ro.npsi'iy'or""'"1"' (1) always. Sold by Fenny JbllcAlhter. Cracks. with , MOIWB, D.A.FCKLBV. The bill to exempt women from the Ealley, Charle, 1 t lo Turnerarllle, '81, 83 nnd STAND-B- Y THIS GOOD OLD Hocllnlnc Ohalr Parlor Oars rvrnl Iew ArhiI, An Enterprising, Reliable House. Trar. Pats. AEent, '8, 13; Corliitrlon, Kr. accomplishes for oTcrybody exactly what Is claimed Jealh penalty for murder, was defeitod In Blown, Hd82 Jot In MiXIneey, 82 Leilni.'Uin V. KoilRrant Hlooplnc Cara Penny A McAUster can a'wtys bi relied upon H E.JIUHTlKTfNIUelTW. ' 7 IS; forlt. Ono of tho reasons for tho ere at popularity of at Albany, N. Y., as it Blair, Laurj, lot 40 ciuts, BiTFreo Cllttrfrtlio not only tooirry lu stjik the but of orerytblD General Ufflt, CoyImjuhi, Ky, tho Mustang Lli.tmcnt Is found In Its uiilvcmiil ehould hive been. Surely a womat, should Burdett, Thos. Itacres In Ml. Sa'cu '83aal '80, but to secure the Agency forsuch arlleleaaa have nppllcablllty. Hrorybody needs such amedlelno. n merit, and aro popular with the peo83 00, The I.unibermn u needs It la caao of accident. be hob! m respor sible for her acts n s ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of beln' al. Tlio Iltmarmlfb nerds It for general family use. Tipurcba'ea F,ir,u In the Witt, Nrlhweu t Tlio Cnunler need It for Ills teams and his mm. NEWPORT NEWS man nnd when ehe commits murder (in Biccklnrldge, Abe, lot, $1 73; MISSISSIPPI VALLEY Bright, Caleb, lot In Honey rlllr, '85 and '6G, $2 53 wayseiitoririsln'and ercr rella'.Io. Hiring bouthwmt. i good for the halter. Tho .Mechanic needs It always ou bit Murk nedt none too tho Agency for the colebratcd Dr. King's Clojd, Wtaley, Sacrea McKlnney Branch, '83 and T1.0 Ulcliest Farmlnt; and tlristiiK Laid In the bench. tiii: New Dlicorery for Consumption, will sell It on a World may be had a', trjin f I W to i 0 tier a r A lady of tbe ripe old H.ie of SO years '85, 12 80, Tlio Itllnerneedsltlncasoof rmcrgeney. time aril faae in EuckiiiibRtn county, Va. Clojd, Joseph. 2 acres MoKinn.iy braoch, '81, '85 positive guarantee. It will turely cure any and on loudouble the at low interest. This ofI10J Will It, Tlio Pioneer corn i.r raise number ot bjshels crerynHectloa ot the Throat, Lun?s and Chest, n licit to tlioncre that citi y anU '86, f 5; HID ROUTE In th s ' Tlio Farmer needs It la lilt house, his stable, She wis ne'er known in her long life to bs and tothowourconfldenco, wo Invite you to call section, and wltli 111111.I1 la'xir. The price el andhtsBtockjard, ClO)d, John, I ecre.McSlmicy branch, tl 10j land Isatealilvadranc ng. It irlll nst'er ha the least out of temper or mad with any aoyd,Marla,3acrr, Jit. Salem, '85, '8C, C5 cents ni net a Trial Bottle Free. The Stenmbont mull or llio Ilontiiinn nrU (l) plteaitortliiiii trvHcntf anit it Is cei It in liberal supply afloatand ashore. Kttlllllljkj'H 1COII14.) UllMl one, and wai never beard to epcak a croa Cloyd, Edith, 10 acre, McKlnney branch. 75 cts tain to prove a good luruitmunt 10 crery pur UsoQreen Coujh Kalsaui for coujln and colds. c needs It- -It l hla best Tho Hcime-fuudliner. word. Her husband, who lived with her Cooper, James, lot lu Uustonrllle, 75 cents; Price 50c. For sale by McUobcrt A Stagg. friend and safest reliance. Cooper heirs, 35 cents; fi'ty five years, can vouch for tbe above will aaro The Htoclwrosvor Tickets, Oootl 40 Days thousands of dotlara and needs It- -It trouble. him WaBhiaglon, PhilndolphlR and Carr, Hlatt, tOacre, Bonyrllle, '83 and 'SC, 81 40 How la your Mood7 Use Orteu'e Sarsapsrllla Round-Tri- p a world of Judge Thomas M. Joseph, for a num Estls, Vn, 8 acres, Mt. Salom, 75 cents; For wle br Mcltnlicrls A Staci; at SI. Now York. Tho Kallroad mnn needs It and will need It so At Low Excursion lUtn to Noosho. Mo.: rrc- LerofyeusTitasurer of the Grand Lodge Oolns, Ed, 7 acres, Moreland, 81 23; donla. Fli rence. Abllunp. Kaxt.tr long at hit llfo Is a round of accidents and dangers. Green's l"ectrlc Oil cures all aches and palm. Hprlnirs, Ilrecc, Holton, Council Grove, Kingman, Tho only line ruunliijj Tho Ilnchwoodainnu needs It. Ihcrolatioth has confessed that Olrenp, Talbot, lot In Stanfoid, '85 and '83, 13 93, of Odd Fellows in For sale by McRoberta A btijg at 50c. Lenoru, ... Otierlln aud Henet-i- , liunsas: (Viluiuhus. ' Ingllko It as art nntldoto for tho dangers to llfo, ' . . ir.i ...i- - . . " Oentry, . 1 60; i " .1 PULLMAN NEW .SLUIU'LVU t'AHS he is short in his accounts to the amount of Oentry, Blnda, " ' " Orcen, 3 30; Orein'a Golden Balm, ture cure for Catarrh at aVir.BnV:nr...,iuTO JvD Tho nicrcbnut needs Itnbout lilt store anions $23,155, which embrace the entire funds Gentry, ISuben heirs, " Tar lor, Wichita Falli, Waco, Lirjpjio', Balrd,' .1-- Stegg's. BOr, at McRoberlt 1 00; hit employees. Accidents will happen, and when Albany and Midland, Texas. charge. Toe money w.w bat In specula Harlan, Johu,2 acrs, Mllledrferllle, '81, '83 2 40; in thcaaoomo the Mustane Liniment lis wanted atones B3nyvllle,3i cts; yuan tion. The order will havo him sent to ths Lytle, Sally, 2 " Prl.Ilcjjc will bo Allow d Kecpallotilo In tho House. 'Tlstbo bestot flrenkennoss, or liqner Hablt.can ba Cured by Slop-orc- r Morton, Geo, 3 MorslauJ, '83, '8C, 100; economy. Louhvilla, Oinoinnati & LgsiiiKton, penitentiary. aimlnutoring Dr. Hainct' Ooldon Spedfle. To examine the Lands aad Country. MoP.oberts, TIMa, 3 acres, Turnerirllle, '83 and '60 Keep n Hot llo in llio 1'uctorr. Ilslmmedlste to Washington Gitj, . A etalement from St. Po it can bo slvcn In a cup of coiTco or tea ultli-ci- it Purchuersof Land will havA the Price of their use In caso of accident sarca pain and losa of wages. $125; Connoctlng In tho same ilojxjt with Tickets refunded, Hxtentton Itound.trlp Tick-o- tt the knowledge of the person taklns It, Keep n Hottlo Alvriiya In tlio ritublu for Gov21 acres, McKlnney, 70 cts; ilaitenon, Ndsoa, Ursburg Ari&ouncea that the Russian at Low rates to many othnr polnti may bo sn. nun n speedy nnd pernmni'iit cure, whether Past Trainn for Now Vnrt- whim svnnted. cuieU at Station a to which you purcbaso tlckute. llio patient i a moderate drinker or mi alcoernment circles cjnsider war between Owsley, Fount, lcre,Turner3vlll, 73cinti; The Direct P.oute to l'ortor, Nelson, aggnt Motbr. lot HustoDrlllo, 75 holic wreck. Thousands of drunkards havo FREE TO ALL.. Lynchburg, Danville, NnrloU uud all Vlrelnla France anJ Germany inevitable, and that wen mado temperate men who liavo taken tlio cents; and North Carolina Points. Moving UeM Our Illuntratetl Plant anil Golden Spcclllo In their coUco without their the Czar will maintain liberty of action, Itllle, Henry, lot In Hustoarlllo, $3 05; Fortltkott and further Bwd Cataloftun ((! pftRpn) know ledRc. and y belMe they quit drink-in- s Callonanv of your nearett ticket otaco or Information, "Oon support, but look-lo- Kout, Ersy,lotln Bonyrllle, 40 vents; llincliulciwl with iirlritof giving Francs no active ldr. W.' ouroienu who will promi.tlv an- of their ov.11 Irco will. No liiirmful effect 1. Ilul. ll.tlk. Ilik.tJ 4 twer all Icipilrtea and funiiaU valuable luforaa-Ho- n rj'hma'l i'rului.'arnixi'vinoe, roe, General Aneut, Uxlntan, Ky. results from Its administration. Cures Runran-lecto it that Russia' interests are not en- P.lfl', Susan 10 tires, Mt. Salem, SI1 15; in regird to price of Ltnds, ct., homestead , acres, Bonyvllle, lloe, Ilettle, v., 20; niiiuim, ...iiiiiiT-iinSend for circular and full particulars. and law In any of tho Wetteru dangered by her defeat. will un mniiCHi J Jir.i--i in Jd lro President, Address in confidence Goi.tr.:f bVEcinc Co.. Statei. Will CJ.11 on jou at your honiealfd'slrrxl, i P.eed, Camliiie, " Hustonrillu, .53; Ac' Hatnifac all niinllcants. W Jt.tce St.. Cincinnati. Ohio. The General Paeaeojer Agents, West, Spears, liens, 5 " McKlnney, .75; tlon Kuaranteed. Aililreni turnlah tickets to any point, hare your freight K,, I and housohold goods shipped at lowest , rules, and NANZ & NEUNER, North and South, at a msoting in Chicago, Stewart, fellas, 2" Boneyullle, 133; attend pemnaliy to checkiiu your bagaD bmI LOUISVILLE, KY. Trlco, Mitchell, 1 aero McKlnnoy, 1 25; comaeeioR you ciunoriauiy siiriiM on your journ y declared that the inter-Stat- o have Itomembur thlt this asilstnnoe Is re iderel fren 01 Tucker, Lewis, lot In StauOrd, '81, '81, '31, SI 53; " charge. c. vv PAt.14 merce law prohibits all pissei, save ex- Vinson, Frank, " MllIeJRovllla, '8 '66, iHJa F. HUlflTMAlV, 2 13; When Baby wia Ick, we jraro LcrCottorla, (CHESTER'S ENGLISH. II Cent. Pas.erir Ant, 48 W sin at , Cinulmiitl, change railroad pjeaes. If this decision iii Welch, Berry, " McKlnney 1 85; aim wri-in- iu When nlie naj a Child, tbe cried for Crutoria, nnd 4uli Oeiiulnc. w, n.snA'iriii joiin f iiiuNAiii', T.,r.:""r,V ": "."''. ' rei.r rll,l, Imli.tloa. .90; sustained, the lejblators who paed it will Wcatherlerd, KlttT, lot Hustonrlile, 1'riJ. rnl i,n'l Mur, Ucu. At When the becamo Mias, alio clung to CaslorU, iVh.Vi,. KiH',5.?.!.. Uki ff Cella, 23 acres 03 Uanlnj Fork, '83 acd Cloclnruiti, O. or fi.clo.e iiur''"wiat t, STANFOKD, KY. hereafter have to me tho mileage money filiate, 87 "WTicu the bid CbiMron, sbe na L . save them Castoriv ti, 70; MAMB PAura j liMir.-!Unnlnil 'o that the government pty them for travel Warren bldsoy, 2 teres, Bonyrllle, IJ; Vou r II confer a f.uurou the publisher ui du lUiHiiBoiUtj Ma Main Btrrot, two doors b '" i" .J'falliidii.(i,a. u ,,k .. && tba Users Hotels iug Instead of carrying "'ree Wallace, Matilda. Ijt j htanurd. C) cents; the propir thing by icndlnj tho amount of your ij lvral.MKll.ri lvi.iiir..j ill fill- i lure .Slrroua OiUe C4ai adinlnlsterei at oi.ro I W'zViiT, Ale j. 1 ;r- -, Sa;y?!a:, 'M, 'ii lo: For tale by Dr. M L imutie..:, U I this rillbeMsctty lS ''' Mibford. Howard, Montgomery 100 a Buck Creek " 33 tcrrt " Harris, Goo. W. Harris Maigirctt 50 " " " SO Harris, J. Craig " 5J " " Harris, Wm. II. " 310 " " Ham, Johnson D " " " 93 Ham, Mary " Kariney Vilhth r.J 86 4 15 3 30 2 15 1 41 2 10 73 1 43 2 40 3 15 3 M 40 2 60 4 CO KICII.M1XD, KKVTtCICY. TIIHOUaUTUUNICLINiL 10 TUB- Fhotographi in nil styles and eizos. Pictures ia India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New designs In Frames -- 8hortest and Quickest Route from Can tral kontuoky to all Point- - North, East, West and Southwest, Fast Line Between SOUTH & WEST Trmi LEXIC.TOAi a CINCINNATI Schedule In Effect May II, IMC, Soutii-Buus- ant Mm at rery (201-l- low '85-- rrlces. Pullman Palace Sleepers, LiiImvII1 830 '81-5-- f. COMMERCIAL HOTEL ! - 3 56 76 7 20 BY J. W. ADAMS, lo NiinIiiHIc, McKINNEY, KY. Allitiilii, .tlCMIIJllilN, Lro. Oorlngtcn.. " Falmouth rr, Paris..... " Cynlhlana.. Islington.. . . .lion (joinery, unit Sur Keck, .. 9 40 a m 8 p3 10 43 a m 10 ISpn 4 bi 11 23 am 10 40 p mi B IS m 13 10 pru 11 17 p ru S 10 p II fO a m 10 4 p ui. 1X20 20 So. 67 ; Bo. 4 Vv.U Ei. Sun, Dally Ki. Hun I 10 iu S 10 pm 2 00 pn : SUpii Up f e .. sa 7Jp ., d 0 Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Prr. C CAPITAL . '81-5- 1 een-tenc- ns ritw vO lXY ,..... , llin, ga 6 Jntl3CT01le3: HoarM-BocK- 4- BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment ouriES IMpn .. m 141 y OFFICEII81 in "Wu-T- 'BOCTU-BOPI- I Una "TtTSZIJEjSJT WST, 1 i..i. O. tSc M. .lrn!,?fifn,ro i J, arrlr-lofnH- at ;.' "" "" ly ol' NOW IS THE TIME. I I pro-luc- le-t- i HEMP DUEAJ at cr Irnlrni-nilonc- Tex, .l . A SOLID THAIN r" St. eeoii-ofllci- If you Think of loa g mk. !. 1 ('r PlLNNYRtlYAL PILLS , lla.... un '. HUWGEOW DI3NTIHT, "r pae," """'"" ! "ir 1 ii lak."", mm,timh swfcfci" s ysinaisjnti .naaal tl af tj IH1 , li im Ss sin nvatf f i V?!!. p4iimiim4i0imm -- , ex (K "- - v- tsvn jfgtgirlT;iOT