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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887022501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semt 0 mtmm VOL. XIV. n smgv mtefiuf Imtftml NO. 206. STANFORD, KY.,FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1887. when good people are supposed to be in a store in Chartres street, oft frequented, LONDON, LAUREL COUNTf. II. K. TAYI.OK, imj worshipping frame for 10 days contin- where an old German woman pteudes over Of LOGAN COUNTY, la a Candidate or ths offles John P, Landmen, of Crosa Roads, re uously, It is synchronous with the world-know- the rarest collection of singing and talking ofSuperlntendent of 1)u,0 in$trucllon gbJet to tbe Democratlo State Convention. "fowl of every feather;" with monkeys of joicss in a new bov at his house. Carnival of Home and Venice. A handsome, now sign directs tie Publinltcil Ttieaitavnand Frilcitf That word Carnival, my children, haa a all six:s thrown in; and a wondrous collec-- AT NOTICE TO CREDITORS deep significance, it means "a farewell to tion of exquini'e shells, so delicate and beau- stranger where to find the postoffice. John H. Craft, of Letcher county, wta a carni-vat- c -- and rcems Inmost tiful and rare. It is a museum, gratis, an OP THE the flesh countries lobe of Ruch a fondly lingering well asn place of Irailio. One can purchase here Tuesday, arranging to move with hia M understood If we credit that II COMPANY LINCOLN LAND COMPANY. family to this county character ss to inevitably breed in the a splendid monkey for $20; n handsome petted and demanded. Phelps A Tutlle have moved their thoughts of "outsiders" tho Idea that chris- parrot for $10 to $20, according to accomAll peraoni hating debts against ths Lincoln Land Company are reqnosted to present them to tians are leaving behind something they plishments; n grand cockatoo for $20; and stock of general merchandise from this WALTON W. P. J W.Alcorn at bl i offlce tntiUnforJ, Ky. like very much indeed, and going forward Canaries at all price-- , from $2 up One place to Bnsh'a Store o. tj.jticiiA fin. H, C Eversole, county, has moved his I37-lI'resldeut. iotofomething they do not like quite so venerable cockatoo wn laughed over till -family to tovn. Jailer Phelps has been rw. itT. well, without putting too fine a point upon our aidet ached. lu aouio way ho had O. m WM. AYRES. sick, hut Is sgain on foot. it. All of which, my children, I do nol picked tip this depreciatory clfcripiion of JAS. O.OIVE.1S, Col. Harry Tiffany and family who him-el- f Notary Public. think will convert the world to Christiani"Bid, bid coskatoo" pronouncQOD IB IS LOVE And NOTHING ELSE ty very soon. For the "world," had as it ed In a very hoarse voice; upon which basis have mr.de London their homo fur several & ho at once tucked his head down to be months, have taken up their abode at Rich is, Is rather shrewd in lis way and an exmond. cellent judge of sbami. Dasr children, I scratched, forthwith, for Baying it. Like LAW, Police Judge W. P. Biker has boujht 311 Fifth Street, New Oiu.EAru. 82 nouunoHnt., Kb 1 1 wish it were not so, with nil my heart, but eoine people I have met in my gospel tramp the depot grocery of Parsley A Co., and ry day I ani mo'o I am afraid this pnrticular sham is the le- Ings, who esteem it a merit to abuse them- - will divide time between samo and municiDEAiilNTEHioni-Eie- gitimate outgrowth of that religion that solves and expect praiso for it. Every pas iinpremod with the fact Ihtit New Orleans pal all ilrs. Itooms3and S, Cromle Block. decs not teach that God U LOVE and tor will recognize this etyle of "poor sinThe London brxsa band, the other is not correctly known cutelJo her border night, "blowed" for the local papera, the wirKTfry lack guaranleollto giro satlfactlorTSu but a week, It in true, Nothing Eire, but that Ho Is "a hard Mas- ners." "Bid, bad cockatoo!" Wo hTe heen here And can we ever forget our trip to the papers "blowed" for tho band and the Xea ter ami an austere mnn" at times, at least. but long cnouKh lo dlMiiuee u of a ecore of So, when a lonj stretch of His service Is Ihrracks, well down tho river, in the eub er blowed up! Sale Bargain. unjuKt prejudice and fa'.oe preconception" Feed, begin, lbeo worshippers think urbs, where the soldiers are quartered; and W. D., R. 8. and Jackson Wooton, Yeaterday wo w with our own ryeihow about to I offer lor sale prWately In Stanford, Ky., a very they ought to fill up with the "ilesh" by where, in the balmy air of the matchless af- Jim Miniard and eon, Jim MaggarJ anil AND luletly and obediently a whole city full of uelrable residence with aeren rotms and l taking a "good, long pull" at It before bid ternoons we sat on the levee, under the other mountain moonshiners, wittiessei, of water at the door; stable, smoko houie, people, who, for the most part, had never SALE Ac. About an acre of ground tn tho lot. For for no uncomfortable a pe- shade trees, watching the drift float down etc., paed through to Louisville tho first ding it good-by- e terms, Ac, apply to known a "Hibluth," In our popular, Irel-itia- h B. G.Afjh'UUD, 10 days. This is the plain religious and the ships steam up the great river. Tuu of the week. H.Tlng renUd the stable on Depot street, I am ,e'- Agent for J. It. Atlord. of the word, could acquiesce in riod as eenao prepared to train soil lirnak horus ou reasonable English of Mardl Gras and Carnival. I am crows iu ibeka were taking cheap rides on abThe meeting in progress at the Metho terms. County Court Ut trade ollcltp.l. an ordinance, that, by a ulnjtlo Mroke, able to add, my children, that the fortrer and talking toeachother noisily dist church at tho timo of our laat commu-nlcttioJOltX It. VA M'ESTF.il,Ky ruptly cut them off from a hundred ourcen happy to be HtanlotJ, asAnd of the latter we will specially recall has closed and Bros. Ragan and a life lonu eleemed most people never think of the religious of what they had for wit, but just go in for having the stately Italian which gave McClure are endeavoring to christianize innocent omplojment and enjoyment. It pect of carni MT. VEHNON, ZY. PEARSON & CLARK, a "good old time," In this view of it the a sharp, ringing salute of 21 thunders from Hazel Patch. wag nothing lent than a revolution lo these rollicking jollity of the season is not so rep- her rifled guns answered by the responThis old and Willie C. Brogan haa been to Rich Hotel Is still mainNew Orleane people. Bat they "top into taining Ita fine reputation. Charge reasonable. rehensible And in New Orleans, I am sive roars of our two braa 12 pounders from mond discussing with Co). Bronston the of thine without a jar. the new order Special attention to tbe trareltng publlo. told, the Mardl Gras feitivities are unmar-re- d shore. It was a gallant sight. question of Fedei&l patronage. Mr. BroThe theatres, opera and mueums (50 on 31. SEWCOnn, Pro'r, by low debauchery, coarse blasphemy, And our visit, far out in the suburbs, to gan ia a deserving young mau and worthy Mt. Vernon, Ky, LEXINGTON, KY. ai usual. Hut the foxes, who hare lost or quarrelling; but is just a season of most their caudal appendage", will not lone en unrestrained joviality and good feeling. Sister Battle Rochester, friend of former of any preferment Madinon may see fit to fc l-- t AVoHt ainln days, and still the same. How she worked bestow. dure their brethren sparling a long brush, And if you ever go to Nsw Orleans during to gel up yesterday's meetings, and the coH. F. Glass, confined in jail in default in their very face; and the merchants, der, WOOD WALLiCK. WATT COCtllAX. new law, that festive season, I hope you will not operation of her noble eon, Frank, we can of $5,000 bail for the killing of Mat frauded of Bunday Rains by the have any religious enjoyment in it, but not eoon forget. They are still chief workwas brought before Police Judge permanently, to see the will not bear, COCHRAN, reap a bountiful lnr just the ordinary kind of fun, which is ers to bring about the Lioten meeting, to- Baker Tuesday on a writ of habeat corpw, amusement-monger- s gether with our dear Mrs. Humphreys, of the committing magistrate, Judge Boreing, Using often "Relished brtbs but ol men," test of dollars under their noses. The Photographer, GENTS' FUUNISHKUS, Woodford county, Ky , who came in only being absent, and executed bail in above now in an enforced majority, th nest lw for I can not imagine anything more loath 513, th Street, whom we bad nearly missed eum. and will sweep the theatre; and then, ptxilbly, some and incongruous than serving our Misa Rate Cainfaz left Tuesday for though her plantation is but 15 - - New Orleans will become so odiously dec good God as if ht were a hardship, or we entirely, Louisyille. Wm. Parker, of Clay county, miles out of the city. It is ofl the railroad, orous on Sunday that a reaction will come, had turned our backs upon anything in orwas here Tuesday. Col. C. W. Stringer, however, which means everything inaccesand "the sow that was washed will return to der to do it. And saying this, I could not Pittsburgh, haa been visiting here. W. L. wallowing In the mire." I do hope be understood as uttering one word against sible. her Going out the magnificent St. Charles Brown is at Pineviile court. W. R. Ramnot, but I am a little afraid that Is abmt the season of Lent; God forbid! I am too avenue to Mrs. R 'a we passed the band- - sey and J. W. Jonea attended the Federal good a "churchman" for that, not to say too the way the devil will work it. some mansion of an old Stanford resident-T- om court at Louisville. Miss Lucy Jackson, I am dally openlog an elegant line ot Fall Millinery, including all Meanwhile it Is beautiful to observe how good a christian. E hope the custom was Hunton, Eiq. He has a superb place Eeomton, has been visiting In this city. law Is this city we have all elder than the Papacy; and though it may I amenable lo Deputy Grand Dictator, A. D. Noel, The Latest Novelties of the Season. and haa long been identified with the city esteemed so lawless. The main thorough not be, I am quite willing to give it the of his adoption as a successful lawyer. has succeeded in organizing here a good Alao Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars farei are now filled with carpenters and the benefit of the doubt by respecting it. I am And time would fail to tell of the won- working lodge of Knights of Honor, offi and Cuffs Huchlog, Corsets, Bustles, etc. Yon and aw along the side bold to say, however, that I would gladly me at tbe rooms lately racaled by Smi din of hammer ders of the peerless Canal street surely one cered as follows: A. B, Brown, Post Dicta- willAfind riouitViiti.arwAUAsTr't'CHlCAtollrgw warren, next uoor 10 me ley iiouse. walks rise above the thunder of the traffic wsp the whole Lenten part of our blessed of the handsomest business thoroughfares tor; M. T. Craft, Dictator; O. T. Farris .w KATE nVDDRllAlt. balcony "Book of Cjmmon Prayer" for the restoraand travel on the streets. Every J. II. Pearl, Assistant Dicta on earth. To walk "up one side and down tion of the anointing clause in the "Visitais being propped for Mardl (Iran. A fea the other" after the electrics are lighted is tor; T. A. Fain, Reporter; E. H. Hackney, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! New Orleans streets Is the frequency tion ol the Sick," in King Eiward the VI's Having noru lure of such a delight to the eye that music only Financial Reporter; J. II. Jackson, Tress of thus balconies. You will walk iquare Prayer Bjok of 1549, which ought to be is required to fill the ear to flst one off to uror; R. P. Brown, Chaplain; R. B. Craft, CINCINNATI, This Is to certify that Mr. Jacob Ottenhelmer LOUISVILLE after square In principal streets under these the Church's Liturgy, in my judgment. fairy' land. And that you haye at quickly Guide; J. W. Jones, Guardian; W. M. Rice, so longer connected with tho Lincoln" Land Dally, secures to trarelera sun and rain shades, Bat it Isn't, more' the pity, and we will lofty and impenetrable Co., that he la not authorized to contract lor the recurring interyals, till a late hour at night Sentinel. The London Ltader, ofler a fitful ca- Company, or recclre money for the stin", or to that stretch from the store fronts to the have to put up with the brat we can get. from an exquisite bind, that invitee in dulThey must be dellghtfullv The anointing of the sick Is in God's word, cet tones the passer by to iaveet a dimo in reer of some eighteen months, haa finally incur any obligation In the name ol the Company, THE MOST RAPID SERVICE CJibitone protective In the summer heats. I know which Lent is not; however venerable for a popular museum, the Barnum's of New shufil'd off this mortal coil; and, strange to or In any way to act or the same. Ever attempted between the great commercial citO.I.. niCHABD, they were splsndld In a pouring rain, fcr I age and ecclesiastical authorily. President Lincoln Land Co. ies on the Ohio Hirer and Vhicaao, and hence Orleans Robinson, proprietor well de relate, unlike nil similar enterprises and the fastest time and most comfortable trains beWe attended St. Paul's yesterday mornhave tested them fully to day. New York, Dec. II, 1836. 163. tween all point In the South, or to the IFeat serving mention in this little chronicle for entirely unbefitting ita merits, and incom ordi-naring and heard a sweet sermon from llev. and AorrnreHf. The counterpart of this train Well, these balconlee, for which an mensurateto tho cause in which ita feeble, the pleasure his music gave us, gratis on aU trunk line is denominated 27io lAtnlt-ci- l row of pillars suffice in beariug up the Mr. Waters. I was electrified by hii ExitrcxH. The superb rolling atock we emWe tried many restaurants. The best but always cheerful voice was raised, has ploy glTos patrons C'lillmitril Comfort. of our alternoon services in been plunged into the lake that burna with strain ordinarily put upon them, must all d. MTAtall Coupon Ticket Offices in the Booth, The poorer onea are are too you will Ond our time tables and tickets, t'ay Mobe strengthened by numberless props and Werleln Hall; and I record my gratitude dear even at the low rates they charge. I fire and brimstone, prepired for the dev 1 get Motion and stick to Motion, if thai here. It was as bald as it was kind and ! ! tion, lo hold the thronging crowds and his angels soul out to the republicans! you want to sare money and hare a pleasant jourbelieve you will strike the "golden mean" ney. E. O. McCOBMICK, view the Msrdi Gras pro christianly. For the clerical brethren are misguided people them, to General Passenger Agent. Chicago. et., May God have mercy on the belt at Fabacher's, 102 Custom-HousCity Tlcktt Agents and Officers: . And wherever rows of seats can as afraid of me in New Orleans as the dear cessions. and unfortunate youth, nnd let Lszarus, or GA.RRA.RD CIRCUIT COURT. near corner of Royal. It is clean, tactfulE. A. Buckhkk, 227 bearrsngod along the open rquare, or siints at Jerusalem were afraid of Paul-ha- ving ly arranged, quiet and the cooking really some other experienced newspaper man, be C. L. Nerluj AOIIhm, VVtti agtlnstJa mes A. I. M: Tobrbnce, 1291th Are., LoulsTllIe, Ky. Vine at., Cincinnati, 6 "heard so many things." Without , Consolidated casstln iuity . where the balconies are wanting, there an superlative. May I advice some stringer Bent, not tn cool its parched tongue, for it Collier, Ac, Detts a judgment ol tho hammering arrogance, I may, I trust, be permitted the Garrard CirIn pnrsuance of array of carptnters are who visits New Orleans to try F.bach-er'- s dejervea no commiseration, but lo warn ita cuit Court rendered st Its January term 137. In mill in tho land of democracy and tho abore styled cases, the undersigned Master away most noisily. It reminded us of the comfort of neitling alongside the great crab or shrimp gombo and broiled brothers, Commissioner of Garrard Circuit Court, will on armtb, when thrust shcephead liiL? profuee preparations In Hn Francisco for Apjstle for a little I think they will he grato plenty against the a srful doom that awaits cold by my brethren tru out in the SATURDAY, BIAKGB 5, 1SS7, the reception of the Grand Army, ful for tho suggestion. Tue fact is, we all the unwar,! Well, we had two glorious meetings in in that city last Bummer. We, of the auperb and always-ton tho premises sell tbe lauds of James (A. Collier, Concert Grand, have stomachs. I want to recognize facts. abore mentioned In upon mountain county of Liurel, and described tho trading oftiltuatnd rlyled tasfs, Parlor Grand, So we are lo leave to day, 011 the very Werlein Hall and I never had nnre attenIn Uarrard In New Orleans Lont is no hardship, for as follow: Why not wait tive listeners in my life. Toe day was ram Baby Grand, have noted, not without sensations of sym- County, Ky.on I'oor Kldge Pike, adjoins the threshold of Mardl Grae. the fish diet is ths daintiest, the year round, IholandsnfWm Cartsr aad others ant known as Hecuiee we have in time for sight- and the co d wave we had been warned thit you for it pathy nnd a hurst of that fellow feeling ItinVlct i nlli- - land Upright Grand, is no carni-hUcin fnd Tnere and the Tho fir, Irart seeing. And this la true, without the least ng iint as ciming 21 hour before was do- In broiled sheepheid; tendsrloln trout; bih that makee us wondrous kind, the bo.iala ll'o n'ftto t of mid contains A.Hi Arl-n- In same will Sauaro Grand. Collier, Jnnirs afl'ectRlion or posturing as saintly psrwns, ing i's worst, after the heavenly weather oJ rel fish, or "snapper," with the finest of aomeiinutiniry great man of Madison be firs t sold; I will then sell the fee simple title ol Wo are tract. The lacd finest and opening the most carefully selected, tho sild 0)lllerln the I'iH item best stock of better thin the erJiniry. It is simply a that preceded It. And lh n.'ed h jit in oyslors, parhapt, 111 the wotld; not to speaR county of the great things they propose to Is fine larmlni; land, well ImproTed, watered and In a their filthy lucre in our sister adjoinhigh state ofcultlvatlon, aud the two tr acts our backs on New Orlesns those two services of exhortation sui song pleasure to turn PIANOS AND OISGANH In such do with each other. of unlimited shrimp and crab TEKM8: The purchaser will b required to exejust as the trains cuuif in crammed with will, I think, result in a meeting during paoinsring'prof.nlon the "farewell to flesh" county of Rockcastle. We have in our t Crer brought to this city, livery instiument Is cute bonds, pynb, to Matter Commissioner lu Thero is no particular Lsnt, before we !evo the extreme South. minds now a man who has confidently the iight-wers- . and 12 months, with approved recurlty, bearing C the pride of nn artist aud prices rAogu from 10 to is about like the retirjaiont of that old for we would Infi While the inadnru of MrJi Gras is on tho streets that Laurel would be percent Inicrcst Irom date until pld, nATing tbe 29 percent. lower tur.n ototber dealers ask lor the ou our Involved in it, musical and art culture force an et!ct ot njudxuieut, with lieu retained eaino goods. Persons monk of a rt, who left the vair, world, to tbe beautiful, cultinitely rather be at work than lounging; and people nsucceiiful meetinc l perhnps out be discovered by aiv incredulous young all right when money was lose within her on land for tho puicnase money . Torsowloa g'veu ar Invited to an Inspection ofdesigns vated, reflncd tone and artist ol these celeBale. But lu the sober Lenten of the question border! If that gentleman chances to see on day ot we can nol priuiie the dear LOUD too ferM. C. G. C. C. brated Instruments: 205 td. GEO. JtEXXY, sceptic of hi kind dwallin in the inner he will remember that the brought us, by eesson we shall htvs h batter ohnnce. So this paragraph vently taat His graco has d The Kmilic, the Fa depths of a rich old Chedder cheee. wo are to run up to Kii:iuko, Mis)., (At-al- a told him in no equivocal terms that essy sURis.to "that athletic fraae that tt up to McComb to- writer itiotts Decker & .Son, the Popular Veexpctto run ! county), to fill in tho time till the dear he was nol only doing tho honest people of in abundant occupation," as one has nnd the Reliable New England night, give the people there a service on people who heard us nod who are thoroughLaurel county a crying Injustice, but waa so apily expressed Iti'innos, Tueidiy nUht ami reiums our journey to making Store an unmitigated ass of himself and Valuable Heal Estate and that He has, ly arouse! shall havd au opportunity of And we thsnk Illm, now Booms. K.o:im!io Wolneiiey. Lite will meet us "The best laid ruining the causa he was attempting to without any arrangements on our part, bo perfecting arrangement'. As Hxecutorol Lewis V. Philips, dee'd, I ofler The Celebrated Olongb and Warron and there, we hop3. All well. Ererin Jesus, further, and to which we, ourselves, are for sale, on easy terms, the following real estate In our step that our gospel has not plans Ring aft aglee," but we are hoping in ordered the John Ohurch & do, Organs. Geo. 0. Barnes. and near tho growing town ol Lanc.iilcr, Uamrd U11 1 LORD'S love to return to New coin jutted with might and main. And we county, Kntucky: been handicapped by needless collusion Please communicate with us for catalogues, term on Public Square ot said One Brick The Smith family was largely represent- say here that John D. HarrU manager nd prices. with the things the world (lock innocjntly Or. 0 ins fir 11 uv lUh'a work this seaion yut. room. now used as ti. It. Jb lu J. COOH, Special Ag'ts, lovelieU city of the fer- ed in tho army of the Union, and at one would do well to keep such men severely nt lou, frame rilore room on tbe Public Sitme, cow And a goo One to sef. Wo were sent away from or guiltily Htanford, Ky. grocery room. as a week's acquaintance is all time there were upward of 000 in the army home, and what ia far better, rely upon the iin-Or ROSE R. P.ICUARD, s on itlchtuond Sir-enear PubTwo Philadelphia a few dsya before the opening vid South. A References: A. R. Penny, Arts. E.M, Carpenlic Siunre, orje now used as A Millinery Stcre. thi .. .1... n.ni.nninl. From San Francinco n t03 bhort to satisfy, bat not too brief for in of tho Potomac. Oj one of the regimental inestimable qualities of their candidate to otber .is an Undertaking establishment With ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jatnea Ueax-lecarry them to victory. Of tho candida'e Btaufora; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchrally of the Grand Ar timite knowledge. We feel as if we had rolls in the Teutonic division, which gwe before the people there can be no question this block wilt be sild II desired n lot of ground few clays before the adjoining. ard; Oeu. W. J. Landrain and Miss Little New Orleans a few days hefors been born and brought up in New Orleans names and birth places, were entered: "Gi- of theauperinr fitness of Senator Huuia Lancaster, Ky. One (arm with Iioiijo a 'id other ufcemrj I my. From Iho Uxiugton Turnpike. 3 tuits fond ovanni Sinithi, Italy; Juan Soiltha, Spiin; for the exalted position to which ho aspires, Mardl Gras festivities. Time and again We do not wonder nt tho enthusiastic of 137 acrii-- . citur, Iroui paople entertain for their bsuiti Hana Shhmldi, Holland; Ivan 8chmithiwe-kl- , and the eiraple reason that he is of Madi Ono Kami ol HO acres, 3, miles from Lancaster, we have in our travels visited fashionable ness the , son county, or thnt he is unfortunate in the near the Lexington Pike, uuttuprored, with bouse Ion Poland; Jean Bmeete; France; nri'MKnry uuibtil din. WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, Springs, but never, so far as present recol fill city It is Indeed a dellghllul pi ice to possession of tome fool friends, should be an One untiupror.d,3 mllea from Lnn Greecf; and 12 John Smiths born no reison why we should close our eyes to Ky., onUrui, Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. 'aster, serve, in the seas in. Scotland we dwell in. lection the cITANPORD, ky, Aiid h'mu tmciof .'(iacri-- on Gilbert's Creek, Many a lime, if we return not, will "(ond in this country, besides one whoie nntive our own interests and help to defeat him. struck in winter; India in summer: and so about 4 .jtles from Laniastcr. reLaurel county is cursed with numberles kosjmsI, memory" recall the third story lodging in land was sweet Erin, of whom it waa AaexttMlor, I ileslrn to rell all this property. WALTON BROS. - - PropriotoTS. on. Always the best lime for the am empowered by tha wi'l lo m.ilre dreds to it. And we have Bourbon streat, with its presiding nulron corded, "named Patrick, but Bays that he ia (balers who may be bought In a final con for A tlno cbatcv U unir otlWoi to iUjsi) desiring but not Ban Perley Poore. lest, but, to lis credit be it eaid, the hone' homes or liietmenls learned the blessedness of the lesson, I "madame'' in the bindana, with the littln exiled John forahort." democracy of the county spurns the br For lull pvtli'U'arsaddrS'it my Attorney. II T, won wing extensions, whom I felt an almost in Ky . or th u to at iiut. think.in its seetuesi and comulelesett ol Hon. James B. McCreiry is making Idea of allowing them in anv sense and con No-- I. Liocasicr. y ford, JI.l'Mlll.Mt'S. tilte of Btage, 20x50. EightIncluding gallery, Been,we SOqtrol the selection of candidate'; cry. Beatinj capacity, of the dear Father, lest His vincible propensity to call "aunty," but reLiecutor, as the tender care iU 3m himself useful as Congressman to the whole confidently expect Laurel in the end to fall Oltaunuablo rates to wood attractions. an efh ntld be too little distinguished trained myself from dlsgraco with constituency. into lino and march on to victory with children country as to his immeillate as fort. And my little French barber, with we esrdltlty reeomatnd FREE TO ALL.. from the world that counts these things honest John Harris. In the former, the He ia taahinj a telling filit again! ever your II asthet,, reraeJr I itnil Our Illustrated Plant and V nova 19 us bf Goaof!lfcr4 CirMla ani8 may be said of Rockcastle couotv "their portion" and find In them their whom I continue on the belt of terms like anchemeotextrAvagince.-ri- 'i' ihini! SkKHt catalogue CO pagesi anl r.l.et. I 'I TO DAYS. to whom I gve a generous ''tip" at our last ami we ore trusting and nraving that the sol conilJt. W hi with prices of tbe cliolceit rOotri&tt4 not Ui "all." ducah Newa. able, anl la every cut it llulbs. llooti Plamit.Keeds, cum amour,. latter mav alao prove true in her cine. Let interview, for the aunvo way lu which he ha, gicu ittUhctico. Hmall Fruits, UmwVinre, But what Is Mardl Urn? 1 am not MM oat tr lb Hbrubs, Kvergiwns. Ac, "the MadUon bov come" and eo lo tve Alcolt A Lltk, A WVHtern firmer, eipscially wheu win readers who said, with n uentla bow, "Monsieur is eo will be mailed PUKE tn the intelligence of my IXmiChexlcUCt. let im zeaIouly guard SatisfacI,!, iin. c!"e demnilion nil applicants. IluJton. N Y. . nswtrlng this quesilou for "the easy to please." Whut could I do but re- ter ration, run ihort, (..j, Cincinnati,! uod come' tion Kuaranievd. Addrett know by ollr own jnlflreslil( Rtlll Ohio. my little man bay wet with warm water and sprinkled, eyen 0)jt o( j;uelht et thn way in which SjUbrDruejIit', promptly and NANZ & NEUNER, babe " Mj children, jiarui urns iiicruuy spond in fit;. 4l.0i). LOUISVILLE, KY. meal. cheerfully accept it. ' FM Tuesday." It precede Lent, would hi nnet touchod? And the bird with corn monl, bran or flx luetics rmiAWNUM.oAfciii. " GEORGE BARNES I CREAM o,w?o JfEXJ MM j t' LEXINGTONiKY. AYRES GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT IiOUISVIIililJ, For (198-ly.) , ky. Livery, Training, at a STABLE! porch-Wel- 203-O- man-of-wa- Wholesale Grocers ia 203-6- well-kno- S3-c-m r. Street. Wag-gone- WALLACES E. H. FOX, - Frames Made to Order. LOUISVILLE, n. KY. Daiiville, Ky. 162-2- Vice-Dictato- A NEW FAST MAIL it y Commissioner's Sale high-price- Valuable Land e to-d- PI AIM OS ! o c 11 self-deni- 1 World-renowne- FOIS SAJME Er-ere- .Store-roo- adry-i?ou- 1 Store-room- t, post-offic- y, Huff-nin- u, 133-l- Skim-mitton- 1 s elght-seein- bow-wow- I nWii iii'iir-lHiin- ri r i hir i iiatf J- tLkhJ' .'s.:.. -' ...V. ...ul'.i aaaa.. .ft.Hrr - wfoii..,.., i:aktjA:ja - Uitt.JrtaU , - U - ' - Semi 0 VOL. XIV. jPii&fffticrf SSI 1 nfl cfl III litteftot STANFORD, KY.,FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1887. LONDON, LAUREL OOUNTY, n amfm NO. 20G. II. K. TAYLOIt, OfLOQAN COUNTY. Is a Candidate or tho ofllcs ofSuperlnttndent of Public Initructlon, eubleet to the Democratlo HUte Convent Ion. TiiMrriUinl FrUlavn AT l'BHANNUM, OiVHXI. will be understood tf wec"rrfi7lhtll.50 nd demanded. W. P. WALTON- - GEORGE O. BARNES GOD IB IS LOVE And NOTHING ELBE vitiViHis rrii is 10110. 82 Itotmiio.x et., Feb 1 1 I ni raoro UEAnlMTKUion: Eferr linprtHJod with the fact that Now Orlraru New OiiLKANS. J7 in not correctly known oulelde her border true, Wo hnte been here but a week, It ETtry lack gunranUedllo glre 8tlfiCtIon"tfu dlaabuee u of a ecore of but long cnounh lo er blowed up! Sale Bargain. iinjimt prejudice and faUe preconception" W. D., R. S. and Jackson Wooton, Yeaterday wo saw wilh our own ryes how I offer for sale prlrately In Stanford, K7., a yctt AND Jim Minianl and eon, Jim Maggard and (julellr nd obediently ft whole city full of desirable residence with soren roms anl porch-Weother mountain moonshiners, witnesses, of water at tho door; stable, omokohouie, for the moat part, had nem people, who, STABLE ! Ac. About an aero of ground In tho lot. For etc., parsed through to Louisville the first known a "Sabbath," !u our popular, Israel-itiiterms, Ac, apply to . a. SLI'IHID, of the week. lltrlat renUU the liable on Depot street, I am '63- Agent for J. R. Allord. eense of the word, could acquiesce In prepared to train and brnak horses on reasonable The meeting in progress at the Metho terms. County Court dity trade eollcite.1. an ordinance, that, by a alriRle Mroke, ah JOIIX II. VAUVKSTr.lt,Ky dist church at the time of our last commuruptly cut them of! from a hundred eourcta Btanloid, closed and Bros. Ragan and nication, has of what they had for a life lorn: esteemed McClure are endeavoring to christianize Innocent employment and enjoyment. It MT. VEHNOW, KY. PEARSON & CLARK, Hazel Patch. was nothing Irai than a refolutlon to thwe n Willie C. Brogan has been to Richxnisoiu ana Hotel Is still main, New Orleane people. Hut they atep Into talnlnglts fine reputation. Chargos reasonable. mond ditcussing with Col. Bronston the jar. the new order of thlnpn without a Special attention to tbe traTtllng public question of Fedeial patronage. Mr. BroThe theatre, operaa and mueumiROon 31. I'. VflVf'niin gan is a deserving young msu and worthy Mt. Vernon, Ky. LEXINGTON, KY. annual. Hut the foxe. who have loal of any preferment Madiron may see fit to their caudal appendage, will not long en 12 fc West Mnlii bestow. dure their brethren epjrtlni; a lone brush, H. F. Glass, confined in jiil in default In their Tery face; and the merchant, dethat festive eeison, I hope you will not operation of her noble eon, Frank, we can of $5,000 bail for the killing of Mat Wag- WOOD WALLACK. WATT COCIIIAX. frauded of Sunday galni by the new law, goner, was brought before Police Judge eee the have any religious enjoyment In it, but not soon forget. They are still chief workwill not bear, permanently, to COCHRAN, reap a bountiful htr ut the ordinary kind of fun, which is ers to bring about the Lsnlen meeting, to Baker Tuesday on a writ of hahtat corpu, amueomfnt-monu'eroften gether with our dear Mrs. Humphreys, of the committing magistrate, Judge Boreing. of dollara under their note, Using by th. but of men," "llellsbed Teal The Photographer, GENTS' FURNISHERS, county, Ky , who came in only being absent, and executed bail In above now in an enforced mjorlty, the next law for I can not imagine anything more loath Woodford eum. 513, 4th 8treet, and whom we had nearly missed will iwcep the theatres and then, powlbly, some and incongruous than serving our Miss Rate Cainfax left Tuesdsy for - will become eo odlouily dec good God as if he were a hardship, or we entirely, though her plantation la bat 15 Louisyille. Wm. Parker, of Clay county, - - New Orleane is of! the railroad, on Sunday that a reaction will come, had turned our backs upon anything in or miles out of the city. It oroue was here Tuesday. Col. C. W. Stringer, which means everything inaccesand "the eow that wae wuhed will return to dr to do it. And saying this, I could not however, Pittsburgh, has been visiting here. W. L. sible. her wallowing In the mire." I do hope be understood aa uttering one word against Going out the magnificent St. Charles Brown is at Pineville court. W. R. Ram-ee- y not, but I am ft little afraid that ii abjut the seaon of Lenl; God forbid! I am too avenue to Mrs. K 'a we passed tbe handand J. W. Jones attended the Federal good a "churchman" for that, not to say too the way the dell will work It. court at Louisville. Miss Lucy Jsckson, I am dally opening an elegant line of Fail Millinsome mansion of an old Stanford resident ery, Including all Meanwhile It Is beautiful to obaerfa how good a christian. I hope the custom was Tom Hunton, Eiq, He has a superb place Esomton, has been visiting In this city. amenable lo law la thie city we ha?e all older than the Papacy; and though It may and has long been identified with tho city Deputy Grand Dictator, A. D. Noel, The Latest Novelties of the Season. not be, I am quite willing to give it the esteemed so lawleai. The main thorough has succeeded in organizing here a good of his adoption as a successful lawyer. Alto Notions, such as Hsnd kerchiefs. Collars fare are now filled with carpenter! and the benefit of the doubt by respecting it. I am And time would fail to tell of the won- working lodge of Knights of Honor, offi and Cuffs, Iluchtng, Corssts, Bustles, etc. You w alone 'be aide bold to say, however, that I would gladly din of hammer and cered as follows: A. B, Brown, Post Dicta- will Btid me at the rooms lately racated by Bml- -ders of tbe peerless Canal street surely one fj)rtnuitviU,litwAtBAjrr ChicacoHtKcF warren, next uoor 10 me rayers nouie. walki rlww abore the thunder of the traffic swap the whole Lenten part of our bleased of the handsomest business thoroughfares tor; M. T. Craft, Dictator; O. T. Farris lej a 162.2m KATE DVDDKHAlt. and travel oo the itreeti. Etery balcony "Book of Common Prayer" for the restora- on earth. To walk "up one aide and down J. H. Pearl, Assistant Dicta tion of the anointing clause in the "VisitaU being propped for Mardl Gran. A fea the other" after the electrics are lighted is tor; T. A. Fain, Reporter; E. H. Hackney, LS AVISO DOIH lure of New Orleane Hreeta l the frequency tion of the Sick," in King Elward the VI . such a delight to the eye that music only Financial Reportei; J. H. Jackson, Treas TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I of thaa balconlea. You will walk iquere Prayer Bjok of 1510, which ought to be is required to fill the ear to off to uror; R. P. Brown, Chaplain; R, B. Craft, flxi one fc CINCINNATI, This Is to certify that Mr. Jacob Oltenhelmer LOUISVILLE after aquare In principal etreeU under theee the Church' Liturgy, in my judgment. fairyland. And that you haye at quickly Guide; J. W. Jones, Guardian; W. M. Rice, so longer connected with the Lincoln" Land Dally, secures to travelers shades, Out it Isn't, more' the pity, and we will lofty and Impenetrable eun and rain Co., that be la not authorized to contract for tbe recurring intervals, till a late hour at night Sentinel. that itretch from the etore front to the have to put up with the best we can get. from an exquisite bind, that Invites In dulThe London Leader, ofter a fitful ca- Company, or recelro money for the sam, or to They tnuit bs dellghtfuIlT The anointing of the sick is in God' word, Incur any obligation In tho name ot the Company, THE MOST RAPID SERVICE cjrbitone cet tones the passer by to iaveet a dime in reer of eome eighteen months, has finally protective In the aummer heaU. I know which Lent is not; however venerable for a popular museum, the Barnum's of New shufllsd off this mortal coil; and, strange to or in any way to act or tbe same. Ever attempted between the great commercial cita. it d, o.i,. they were eplendid In a pouring rain, for I age and ecclesiastical authority. Orleans Ribinson, proprietor well de- relate, unlike all similar enterprises and President Lincoln Land Co. ies on tbe Ohio River and Chicago, and henca the fastest time and most comfortable trains beWe attended St. Paul's yesterday mornfully to day. htie teated them New York, Dec. 11, 1836. 156. tween all points In the ouf7i, or to the treat serving mention in this little chronicle for entirely unbefitting its merits, and incom balcoole., for which an ordi- ing and heard a sweet sermon from llev. and Aurfitcewf. The counterpart of this train Well, theae mensurateto the cause in which its feeble, the pleasure his music gave ue, gratis on all trunk lines Is denominated Tito IJuttt-a- t nary row of pillar .office In bearing up the Mr. Water. I was electrified by his anKritrCHH. The superb rolling stock we emWe tried many restaurants. The beat but always cheerful voice was raised, has ploy glvos patrons Cnllmltetl Comfort. train ordinarily put upon them, mut all nouncement of our alterooon services in are too d. AWAtall Coupon Ticket Offices In the South The poorer ones are been plunged into the lake that burns with you will find our time tables and tickets, fay s, 1 be lengthened by numberleee prop and Werleln Hall; and I record my gratitude dear even at the low rates they charge. I fire and brimstone, prepired for the dev get Stonon, to hold the thronging crowda that here. It was as bold as it was kind and ! ! you want to Jfonois and stick to pleasant jour-If his angels sold out to the republican1! save money and have a ..trace, believe you will strike the "golden mean" and ney. E. O. MrCOUMICK, For the clerical brethren are people them, to view the Msrdi Grae pro christianly. May God have mercy on the mieguided General Passenger Agent. Chicago. !., best at FabacherV, 102 Custom-Housrow of aeata can as afraid of me in New Orleans as the dear CltyTlcka Agents and Ofliccrs: And whereter . cessions. and unfortunate youth, and let Ltzirus, or GARR4RD CIRCUIT COURT. near corner of Royal. It is clean, tastefulE. A. BucKHKU, 227 1th Ave., Louisville, Ky. bearrangod along the open rquarei, or stints at Jerusalem were afraid of Paul-hav- ing ly arranged, quiet and the cooking really some other experienced newspaper man, be I. Si: Tobbbnce, 129 Vine at., Cincinnati, O 1'1'ffi a?ilmt.Ta mes A. C. L. NerlusAOtherf, "heard eo many things." Without where the balconied are waottpg, there an May I advie pome etnnger sent, not to cool its parched tongue, for it Collier, Ac, Defts , Consolidated ctuiln Equity . hammering nrrogance, I may, I trust, be permitted the superlative. In pnrsuance of a Judgment ol tho Garrard Cirarray of csrptntera ate who visits New Orleans to try Fabach-er'- e deservea no commiseration, but to warn ita cuit Court rendered at its Januiry term M', In reminded ua of the comfort of nestling alongside the great cases, away most noldly. It crab or shrimp gotnbo and broiled brothers, etill in tho land of democracy and tho abore styled Garrardthn undersigned Matter of Circuit Court, will on when thrust doom that awaits Commlailoner profupe preptratioru In San Francisco for Ap.itle for a little eheephead fish? I think they will be grate plenty against the ' SATUKOAY, 9IARC1I 5, 1SS7, out in the cold by my brethren the reception of the Grand Army, that ful for the suggestion. Tub fact is, we all the unwar,! Well, we had two glorious mectiugs in in that city lait aummer. Concert Grand, We, of the superb and alwaye-ton tho premises sell the lands of JamesA. Collier, have stomachs. I waul to recognize facts. mentioned in upon mountain county of Liurel, and described tho pleading of nbSTo My led tasrs, So we are to leave to day, ou the very Werleln Hall and I never had more attenParlor Grand, In New Orleans Ljnt is no hardship, for as follow: Situated in (Jarrard Baby Grand, threshold of Mardl Grae. Why not wait tive listener-- In my life. Toe day was ram the fish diet is the daintiest, the yeir round, have noted, not without eeneations of sym- County, Ky.on Poor Ilidgo Pike, adjoins the lauds nf Wru Carter and others anl known as and the co 1 wave; we had been warned Heciuee wc have no time for for It pathy and a burst of that fellow feeling tho Vlpn illli' land Upright Grand, earni-taflu thit you cm fnd There is no and tbe The first tract And tiiia la true, without the leant ngunt hi ctrulng 21 hours before was do- in broiled sheephead; tenderloin trout; bah that makes us wondrous kind, the boaets ll'o es'ateofsMd contains ASt Squaro Grand. Collier, in time will James affectation or polluting an saintly pfr.oni), ing ils worst, after the heavenly weather eJ red fish, or "snapper," with tho finest of someimigimry great men of Madison be firs t sold; I will then sell the fee simple title ot Wo are opening tbe most carefully selected, the still Cll!er in the l'Ht iirfn tract. Tho lacd better Ihiu the crdlniry. It in "imply a that preceded It. And the need mwn in oysters, perhaps, tu the wotld; net to epeaic countv of the grcit things they propose to is fine larmln; land, well Improved, watered and finest and best stock ot New Orleana thoee two servicer of exhortation anl eong in a high stato of cultivation, aud tbe two tracts plcaxuro to turn our backs on lIAXO.S AM) OIIGAZVS In such do with their filthy lucre in our sister adjoin each other. of unlimited shrimp and cr.ib In crammed with will, I think, result in a mealing during of Rockcastle. We have in our TEUMS: The purchaser will bi rfl.ulred to execounty just an the trains couii pampering profusion the "farewell to llesh" cute bonds, piyabiA to Matter Commissioner iu t" Ever brought to this city. Every lnttiument Is There is no particular Lent, before we leave the rxtrnme South. minds now ft man who has confidently the eight-Mer- . and 12 inonthB, with approve.) security, bearing C the pride of an artist aud prices range from 10 to is about like the retirjaiont of that old Interest Irom date until paid, having the 25 percent. lower tnan other dealers aik tor the on our otreets that Laurel would be Involved in it, for we would iuG While the madness of M rJI Gras is on the t ol ajudnieut, with lieu retained same, goods. Persons ot musical and art culture orceani monk of a rt, who left the vair, world, lo work than lounginp; and people nfiuccesiful meeiinc h perhaps out when money was lose within her on land for tho puicnase money. Possession given are Invited to an Inspection of the beautiful, cultiall right nitely rather be nt he discovered by ait incredulous young vated, refined tono and artist designs ot these celeon day of sale. Hut iu the sober Lenten of the question border! If that gentleman chances to see 205 td. we can not praise the dear LOUD too GKO. IWXXY, M. C. G. C C. brated instruments: sceptic of his kiuJ dwjllin in the inner this paragraph he will remember that the t.at His grace has brought u, by season we shall hive a batter chance. So depths of a rich old Cheddar cheee. The World-rcnounc- d luialic, the Fa wo are to run up to Kosjimko, Mini., (At-al- a writer told him in no equivocal terms that ewy KUfi'is. to "that athletic frame that tomous Decker & Son, the Poimlur EvWe expct to run up tu McCitnb i county), to fill in tho time till the deir he was not only doing the honest people of in abundant cccupUion," ae one has erett aud the Reliable Now England night, give the pnple there a service on people who heard us and who are thoroughLiurel county a crying irjuatlce, but was expressed it eo aptly night and resume our journey to rinnos, Store Valuable Real Estate and uromeJ shall havd an opportunity of Tuesday making an unmitigated ass of himself and And we thank Elim, now that He has, ly Wednesday. Lite will meet us Booms. "The best laid K43im! ruining the causa he was attempting to on our part, no perfecting arrangemonp. without any arrangements As Executor ol Lewis Y. Philips, dee'd, I ofler The Celebrated Olongh and Warroa and there, we hops. All well. Ererin Jesus, the following real estate In further, and to which we, ourselves, are for sale, on easy ordered our steps that our gospel has not plans Ring aft aglee," but we are hoping in the John Ohurch & Go. Organs. Geo. O. Bahne3. near the growing town ol Lancaitcr, Garrard committed with might and main. And we and linndicapped by needless collusion tin Mr LORD'S lore to return to New county, K'ntucky: been Please communicate with us for catalogues, term on Public Square ot said One Brick dtore-rooThe Smith family was largely representsay here that John D. Harri-- ' manager8 towu, now used as a nd prices. with the things the world Hock Innocsntly Or.oins f r a m nth'awork this eeason yut. room S, It. a Tj. J. COOK, Special Ag'ti. lovellett city of the fer- ed in thu army of the Union, and at one would do well to keep such men severely at And s goo One frame rilore room on tbe Public Suture, cow Wo were sent away from or guiltily to eee. Htanforu, Ky, used as a liinlly grocery room. Or IIOSB R. P.ICHAIID, s on Itlchmond Str-enear Puba few dsy befora the opening vid South. A week' acquaintance is all time there were upward of 000 in the army home, and what la far better, rely upon the Two Philadelphia lteferonccs: A. It. Penny, ifts. E. SI. Carpenlic Snunre, oqonow used as n Millinery Htcro, thi From San FrancWco a toi bhort to satisfy, but not too brief for in of the Potomic. Oa one of the regimental inestimable qualities of their candidate to other .is an L'ndertaklng eitahllsbuient Of the Centennial. With ter, J. SI. Philips, J. SI. Sloore and James rieax-leto victory. Of tho candida'es Grand Ar Urn ite knowledge. We feel as if we had rolls in the Teutonic division, which give carry thempeople there can be no question this block will bo s ld II deslrtd a lot of ground Btauroro; Mrs. Magglo Uolmes, Crab Orchfew days before the rally of the before the adjoining. ard; Gen. W. J. Landratu and Miss Llziie Huffbefore been born and brought up in New Orleans. names and birth places, were entered: "Gi of the superior fitness of Senator Harris tine (arm with house and other ntcetxry Im- man, Lancaster, Ky. mT. From New Orleans a few days provements, on the Uxingt on Turnpike. 3 miles Smllhan, Spiin; for the exilted position to which hu aspires, Mardl Gran festivities. Time and again We do not wonder at the enthusiastic fond ovanni Smithi, Italy; Ju'.n iroin Lir caster, of!37 crw, bsiuti-fulciiHanB Shhmldt, Holland; Ivan 8chmlthiwe-ki- , and the eimple reason that he is of Madi Onol'ariii of It'Jacies, 3K miles Irom Lancaster, we have in our travels visited fashionable ness the people entertiin for their son county, or that he is unfortunate in the near the l.vxinginn Pike, unimproved, with house Skim-mittona' presont recol Poland; Jean Smeete; France; Ion It in indeed a delightful pi ice to nrcM.ary ouibul dln. WALTON'S OPERA Springe, but never, so far HOUSE, possession of fomc fool friends, ehould be an One S miles from I .m untiuprov-d- , Greecf ; and 12 John Smiths born no reisjn why we should close our eye to Ky., onUriu, Lexington Turnpike of".liarei. aster, lection tervee, in the sens in. Scotland we dwell in. the 8TAN10KD, KY. And n'lrtu imcI of .'fiacres ou Gilbert's Creek, Many a lime, If we return not, will "fond in this country, besides one whoso native our owu interests and help to defeat him. struck In winter; India in aummer; and eo 4 Lancaster. Laurel county is cursed with numberless about ..i!les fromile.lrn to fell all this property. "WALTON BROS. - - Proprietors. for the ROpeI, memory" recall the third story lodging in land was sweet Erin, of whom it was AscXfCiitur, I on. Alwaya the best time ( n m empowered by thi will to uuile d'ods to it. "named P Wrick, but soys that he is floaters who may bo bought In n final on And wo have Hourbon street, with its presiding mitron but not (or elght-seeinbe it said, the honest A tli'.o chaue i nor' olUied iu tlwsu desiring Poore. lest, but, to its credit or "madame'1 in the bindana, wilh the llul cilled Jihn forshort."-BenPer- ley learned the blessedness of the lesson, democracy of the county spurns the bre liomoi lull ptrlUuinra addr my Attorney. II T. For y wen wing extensions, whom I felt an almost iu McCreary is making idea of allowing them in anv seraa to con NoM, I.lucittiT, tCy . or lh il i.ierlin. d t thlnk.in it sweetness and complete Hon. James B. it.VIIII.il'S, blse of Stage, 20x50. EightIncluding setb of Been, trol the selection of candidate; Hnd we Father, lest His vincible propensity to call "aunty," but regallery, cry. tieatinj rapacity, anthe tender care of the dear 2JJ Dm himself useful as Congressman to the whole confidently expect Laurel in the end to fall ratci to cood attractions. efchildren should be too little dlitinguiohed strained myiolf from disgrace with an country hs to his immediate constituency. into lino and march on to victory with we esrdhtly re commetid from the world that counts there things as fort. And my little French barber, with He is makio.' a telling fwht against every honest John Harris. In the fnrmer, the jpj FREE TO ALL.. SBp I aithetu rtraejf nml Our Illustrated Plant and nownuutf.if(Vao(rth.r same may be said of R)ckcastle countv oiextravagince.-rP.i-duc- ah "their portion" and find in them their whom I continue on the belt of terms Ihin,' like a scheme BfHl Catalogue ( pagest FiTotDAYs. !;;(1, toll toi.iMir. to whom I gave a generous ''tip" at our last and we ore trusting and praving that the ItU prices of the choicest Uetu.t "all." fOutnot..J sol News. Me,iitln evtiy c. it Plants.Heeds.llulbJ.ltoolt t ctBuSirlourt, " latter mav also prove true in her cise. Let lUigivcaftltUfaui.D. Tt.,t what in Mardi Grit? 1 am not In- - interview, for the suave way iu which he Fruits, UrapoVlnes, tuc boy.s come" and , to Shrubs, Evergreens. Ac Vrlcslbyts. win "the Madison A Western farmer, especially whon Alctt X L1.U. will bo malleU PUKE t culling the intelligence of my readers who said, with n keatle bow, "Monsieur is eo let us zealously guard .iMUCleskslC demnition all applicants. Malefic lUiua.U.Y. ter ratloti run short, feeds 111 liojjs clover our own interests, and when t'oou for "the easy to please." What could I do but k ClnclnnaU,MHH Mull guaranteed. Addrrvi know by tnswtrlug this quesliou ome' in Hit way in which my little man hay wet with warm witer and sprinkled,! even out o( sssW.OMO!OW let im promptly and MibyDruKlirs. NANZ & NEUNER, " Mr children, Mardl Urns literally bale LOUISVILLE, KY. bj most touched? And the bird with corn menl, braa or tux meat. cheerfully accept it. mean "FM Tuesday." Il precedes Lent, would ." 1 h when good people are supposed to be In a store in Chsrtrej street, oft frequented, very worshipping frame for 10 days contin- where an old German woman preitdes over uously. It is synchronous with the world-know- the rarest collection of singing and talking "fowl of every feather;" with monkey of Carnival of Rome and Venice. That word Carnival, my children, has a all sii:s thrown in; and a wondroui collecdeep significance. It means "a farewell to tion of exquIsPe shells, so delicate and beau-- and teems in most tiful and rare. the ilesh carni-ra- e It is a museum, gratis, as countries to be of such a fondly lingering well as a place of (radio. One can purchase character an to inevitably breed in the a eplendid monkey for $20; a handsome thoiightn of "outsiders" tho idea that chris- parrot for $10 to $20, according to accomtians are leaving behind something they plishment; h grand cockatoo for $20; and like very much indued, and going forward Canaries at all prices, from $2 up Oic Into something they do not like quite o venerable cockatoo we hugh'.d over till well, without putting too fine a point upon our side ached In houio way he had it. All of which, my children, I do not picked up this depreciatory dexcripiion of himieif "Hid, bid co:ktoo" pronouncthink will convert tho world to Christianity very eoon. For the "world," bad as it ed in a very hoarse voice; upon which basis ho at once tucked his heid down to bo is, is rather shroud in ils way and an ex cellent judge ofshntui, Dm children, I scratched, forthwith, for saying it. Like wish it were not eo, with all my heart, but some people I have met in my gospel tramp I am afraid this particular sham is the le- ings, who esteem it a merit to abuse themgitimate outgrowth of tint religion that selves and expect praise for it. Every pas dcei not teach that God it LOVE and tor will recognizi this style of "poor Nothing Elee, but that He is "a hard Mas"Bid, bid cockatoo!" ter and an austere man" at times, at leant And can wo ever forget our trip to tho So, when a long stretch of His eervlce is Hirracks, well down the river, in tho eub about to begin, there worshippers think urhs, where the soldiers are quartered; and they ought to fill up with the "flesh" by where, in the balmy air of the matchless aftaking a "good, long pull" at it before bid- ternoons we sit on the levee, under the for so uncomfortable a pe- shade tree, watching the drift float down ding It good-by- e riod as 10 day. This Is the plain religious and the ships eteitn up the great river. Tue English of Mardl Gras and Carnival. I am cross iu Ibcks were takiug cheap rides on happy to be able to add, my children, that the forirer and talking toeacholher noisily most people never think of the religious as And of the latter we will specially recall pect of earn i vale, but just go in for having the stately Italian which gave a "good old time " In this view of it the a sharp, ringing salute of 21 thunders from rollicking jollity of the season is not so rep- her rifled guns answered by the respon rehensible And in New Orleans, I am sive roirs of our two brars 12 pounders from told, the Mardi Gras festivities are unmar-re- d shore, It was a gallant sight. by low debauchery, coar blasphemy, And our visit, far out in the suburbs, to or quarrelling; but Is just a season of most Sister Battle Rochester, friend of former unrestrained joviality and good feeling. days, and still the same. How she worked And if you ever go to Nsw Orleans during tj get up yesterday's meetings, and the coman-of-wa- John P. Landrum, of Crow Roads, ro joice in a new bov at his house. A handsome, now sign directs tie stranger where to find the postoffice. John H. Craft, of Letcher county. weB here Tuesday, arranging to move with his family to this county Phelps A Tutlle have moved their stock of general merchandise from this place to Bush's Store. H. C Evereole, county, has moved his family to town. Jailer Phelps haa been sick, but is cgain on foot. Col. Harry Tiffany and family who have nude London their home fur eeveral month?, have taken up their nb:de at Rich niond. Police Judge W. P. Biker lias bought the depot grocery of Parsley & Co., and j will divide time between same and munici pal afliirs. The London briss band, the other uight,"blowed" for the local pipers, the papers "blowed" for tho band and the Lead- NOTICE TO CREDITORS k In' OP THE i CREAM 1 m COMPANY i Mm ii l t LINCOLN im LAND COMPANY. dobta against the Lincoln Land .P9"08 are requested to preont them to Uiapany . ... h!u? Anuiu at uijumco in oianiora, Kj, ISMU President. o.rj.itivitrtiin, jas. a. cm-Es- wst. AYRES. Hotsry Public. I LEXINGTON",KY. I j I AYRES & GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 i i XiOuisvirnj, For Fifth Street, - . (135-ly- icy. .) Booms 3 and 5, Crcmle Block. Livery, Training, SALE Feed, at a 203-C- NEWCOJIB HOTE. well-tnow- Wholesale Grocers l.t 203-6- m di. Street. e WALLACES E. H. FOX, - LOUISVILLE, 19S-2- KY. Danville, Ky. ITIIIiTJrunERY. Frames Made to Order. Vice-Dictato- A NEW FAST MAIL men Commissioner's Sale high-price- Valuable Land Jtfo-slot- e PIANOS ! ) alKht-eteln- g. e eu-c- fer-yen- lly FOB ttAj,x; 1 dry-goo- Store-room- t, post-offic- y, 133-l- v 1 .. itau-ford.h- . ul bow-wow- it f i Neth, (' - -- ,i.,,, n u "1:r!t-rr'r-Tr T "" - sr; '""""' "" i i n iimmin'i tm i i I I? ( l! 1 :1 l H 1i hi i i! fi- - If i Wo have heard from a very reliable Bradstrcet's says the grand total of the strikes sines Jan, 1, source that Miss Mary Wilmoro, of Nich. olasville, is not married, but is now in Ohio Three desperadoes, Frank Egbert, who visiting Miss Maggie Leo Saunders. Mr. February Stanford, Ky., killed Chief of Police Lee several yoara ago John Thomkins went to Oiacinnati the and who escaped punishment through the same day sno went to uato and tuts gavo money and influencejof relatives, Bob Evans rise to the report about their elopement. W. P. WALTON. and Johnson, went to tho house where John "Crab Orchard, Ky -- Capt. Geo. Sla-vi- n of your town but now a Bltizen of this Riggs house at Washington tho Fahey was railing in Frankfort, called him Yeoteiiday was the day get apart for the rooms in the other night when his mail came in, and to the door and shot him in several places, town is in the livery and sale stable. Any consideration of the President's veto of the what a maill There were dcz:ns of papers fortunately not fatally. The assassins were person wishin' a turn out can get them at paaper pension bill and bo cowardly nnd his elablo." The above is an exact copy of and apparently a hundred letters. Every arrested and are now in jail. lime (crying is the average Congressman, Gen. Bragg submitted to the House a a notice sent to us by Mr. Slavln himself, letter he receives, no matter how trivial the that we would not be surprised to hear that subject, is promptly nnswered, and ho tells unanimous report from tbo Commlttee.on with tho request that it be put in the most righteous veto that ever eminated us his postage averages a dollar a day the Millitary Adairs in favor of his bill ap letter. from an executive has been overridden. year round. Thin in addition to tho mat-te- r propriating 5,000.000 for tho national deMr. Bittie Buchanan received a The thieving, miserable bill was unanl last Friday from Parksvllle, announche is allowed to frank makes a pretty fence. It says this amount is all that can mously recommended for passage by the in- - rqoA aM b,g fu ,UeU MaQy of th(J ,el bo judiciously expended within the five ing the death of her brother, Mr. Thomas fernal committee, composed of a majority fers be receives are answered Willi bis own years' time the appropriation is made I3wis. She left on the first train and arof democrats, and tho pressure brought to hand, the others ho dictates to a stenogra- available and that it is ample to begin rived there in time to be present at his bear upon tho members by pension agents pher, whom he has to pay $70 per month, preparations for defending our coasts. burial. We, with many other friends, tenand camp followers may saddle upon the to attend to his correspondence. Th following paragraphs, wiling forth sons of The let der our sympathies to her in her sad be the good ihlngiktpi by OANHLLE, BOTLE COUN1 1. country a charge greater than the war debt ters received reavement. one night are carefully read and a yearly amount in excess of that re and then ho tells his clerk what he wants Col. J. W. Gueet is in New Orleans. Miss Sara E. Randall, of London, has quired for the support of tho entire armies to say in reply. Tho Hop at tho Opsra House Tuesday written friends in regard to coming here He writes it down rapiflly of the large nations of the world. It is in short hand and the next day copies them night was a very brilliant agair. Eichhorn and trying to organize a Women's Chrisappalling to contemplate and when wo read tian Temperance Union. We will say to out in full. That night he returns with of Louisville furnished tho music. that the committee not only questions the them and the go vnr nor, alter reading and GItOUEIt, Warren Russell, of this place, sold at her come, feeling sure that our ladies will honesty of the President in vetoing the correcting, appends hia signature to each. Lexington this week, Glitter, Rufia and do all in their power to aid her in tho steal, but otyles his irrefutable arguments MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. He is always in his seat in the House and Rose, by Judge Ruger; the first for $310, giandand glorious cause she has espoused, against the bill as excuses rather than reanever neglects a committee meeting. He the second for $200 and tho third, a year- and in organizing this society in our town. sons, indignation and contempt must fill I havo a largo nnd carefully soleotod Miss Maud Pettus has returned from commands the universal respect of the ling, for $100; also n brood mare by Lud line ofrookot and Table Cutlery. the breast of every true man for the fcraien for $125. alSomerset, accompanied by her cousin, Miss members, and hia speeches and motions Nearly ettrjboJj lilts good Sorghum. I hare demagogues who in order to buy the sol Bishop Dudley, of the Episcopal Sallle Pettus. Miss Sallie Green is with thebixt. Try it. ways receive distinguished consideration. dicr vote, aa they think, are willing both flak Cottig Hoaer, ai pare at bits caa A constituent noyer calls on him in vain Church, held services hero on Monday, friends in Danvlllo. Mrs. Tarrant attendluakr, bow la stork, to insult an honest executive and perpetu and any courtesy that he can extend is done Tuesday and Wednesday of Ibis week, and ed the Teachers' Association at Lexington. I fan tardy say that I hare the terj beat ate n gigantic and iniquitous fraud upon in that cordial and free manner, which on tho evenings of those days. The Bi'hop Mr. Lou Pettus left this week for Birmingelection of Canned floods. an already pension ridden people. A enlf-lin- g makes one feel My l'retfrrea aid Jam are pit np by that he is not imposing on is a favorite here and always draws large ham, Ala. MIsj Leila Doores is visiting tbe best Methodist preacher named Tauibee, a good nature. In packers rf lboe artlclei. Vcr sister, Mrs. Parrisb, near Treacher addition to all, ho is well audiences. I desire tkoisnho hare beea troubled with failure as a minister, whom the democrats thought of at the White Hjuse .and no In the circuit court Monday evening a vitiv Mrs. Walter Elmlston has returnbadUrdto try mine I am willing to take. of the 10ih Kentucky district should have Congressman eujjya a higher placa in the little boy named High Tnomas L'fiew was ed horse, accompinicd by her mother, Mrs. backerery ponnd that doesn't glte the most left at home both times, is one of tho com. president's confidence. Let envious crilicd acquitted of the charge of killing hi Logan. Messrs. W. M. O'Bryan entire satisfaction. and Will mittce and for him especially Kentuckians say what they will, Gov. McCreuy ii tbe brother Joseph At tho time of tho la Brooks havo returned from Louisville. I hare Una, .Nary and Jilted lleans, Hominy, Oat Meal, .Shredded Oaii, Macaroni, I'lcklit la will feel the utmost scorn. The Courier-Journ- al kind of man to servo the psople and the mentable oocurruncj tbe nrst named was Mis Kate HaysJs in the country with Mrs. Bulk, Honey aud many other thlngi which I of Tuesday, followed by another on beet to tie to generally. We have no axe to less than ten years old and the last about R. II. Bronaugh. Missca Mollie Brooks ran not mention her-erarticle Wednesday, had an editorial written in grind nor favors to ask, so whnt we say is eight. The proof showed so cleirly that and Lida EJmiston are visiting Mrs. Joe X offer seTornl Coal Vaa nud my Mr. Watteraon'a most vigorous stylo, in Bimply h tribute to whom tribute U due, the little fellow was shot accidentally tht Coffey, in Danvillo Miss Roo Stuart is tookofCoal Buokatant Coat. this unprecewhich ho calls a "hall" on Judge Morrow instructed the jury to find visiting near Stanford. T.R. WALTON. TriE record of the Court of Appeals i dented tribute levied upon a people who the defendant not guilty, which they did Mark Hardin, Ul of M Jijllcolio, Clttk to contain a decuion that if it is ever MJ. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNir, were led to believe that the terms of the said without leaving their scats Wednesday surrender wero to bo fully complied with. printed will warm tho wax in Billy 0. evening the grand jury returned an indictA wah out just this side of Living Tho burden of tho heavy pension charges Bradley's oars. Has the gentleman from ment for "conspiracy and murder" against ston delayed passenger trains some hours Louisville Comfalls directly upon the South, becausn taxes Garrard ever heud of il? David and Alfred Graham and Mark Crit- Wednesday. are wrested from her for which she gets no mercial. Some of us in these ptrta have, tenden, who were committed a few days ago Young Owens, who was so badly shot, return, to be paid into the pocket of the if lie has not, and it may be that instead for killing Frank Burns. George Henry two weeks ago, by tho accidental discharge record-whicrapacious North. Truly does Mr, Watler of publishing that promised war Pope was acquitted of a charge of house of a shot gun, is recovering. is so hard to get, Iwing of such a pe son insist that if the Northern masses haye A party ol eleven adults and aa many breaking by a peremptory instruction of the any sense of manly honor if they hare culiar nature, we may give the gist of that court at the conclusion of the testimony for children left here Wednesday for new any real love for their countiy, or any real scathing opinion No, we won't, either. tbe prosecution. homes in tbe West. They will locate at pride in the glory of the nation they will We think too much of the gallant and Joshua Coram was arrested Wednes Ash Grove, Mo. no longer permit the tiouth to be plundered beautiful colonel for that. day night and put in jail where he is at Jack Adams of Paint Lick is here in this way. The consolidated Paris Kcniudian Citi- this writing. Djram's friends say he was buying hogs at 3 cents. Dave Thompson, having been charged that Senator zen celebrated the 21st birthday of the for- arrested because he had a barrel or part of of Garrard, bought five fat cattle from Wm. Harris voted twice for republican candi- mer and the 80th year of the latter paper, a barrel of whisky in a wsgon near his Hiatt Tuesday for $150. The hardest rain of the season fell here dates, that gentleman acknowledged the by appearing in a pink costume and givi ng house on 21 street. They fail to recognize corn in a speech nt Georgetown Monday cuts of the founders of the two papers. this aa an offense against the law even in Tuesday night. All tho creeks, at this and explained as follows: When Turner The picture of Col. Craddock is almost bb advanced Danville. They know there is a writing, are out of their banks, and most ran for the legislature some 15 yeara ago, good as a photograph, although it repre- law against celling whisky without license, of tho fencing that was along the banks has not as tho nominee of the party, ho coni sents him as a comparatively youthful and against being drunk and disorderly, bean washed away. A little plimented a warm personal friend by Tot- dude, instead of the centenarian that he is. but they never heard that it was an inof this place, 233 FO II III II AVENUE, ing for hint, to which Turner, who waa in fraction of law for a man to have whisky in who is the happy poescseor of five silver The Supreme Court of Indiana has deno dancer of defeat, made no objection. The cided that it has no jurisdiction in tbe in his possession. Since the above was writ- dollars, asked his mothes permission, a few to other time he voted for Burnam for county junction asked for against Robinson's act- ten Town Marshal Mill) hai informed your days since to put them in a as to make more dollars of judge over Miller, because he thought he ing as lieutenant governor and that the correspondent that Doram will be called pop them so would best represent public interests and general assembly alone has the power to de- upon to answer a charge of resisting an of- them. Many here, since reading the para, the widows and orphans. He declared that cide the matter. Turpie was elected Sena ficer and of hindering a oijht watch. An graph in the I. J., in regard to the London P.S.-FI- NE be never sympathized with Lincoln, much tor, all the same, and by the eternals he other tumor afloat is that tbe officer who GOODS less contributed to his election. We don't will bo seated made the arrest was employed to do eo by XiJw falling into the hands of the repub believe in scratching a ticket, certainly not a government detective who suspected that licans, are anxious to see the next issuo of Gov.McEneiiv, of Louisiana, in pardon- the whieky was not stamped. We shall that paper to ascertain its future policy or in voting for a republican opponent over a whether it will cease to exist. Why cau'l nominee, and the democrat who does eo is ing Dr. Ford, for tho killing of his wife's Id. Washington's birthday was celebrated Bro. Craft come to tho rescue? proposicertain to have it brought against him if he seducer, expresses a B. F. 8ullon has been appointed post tion, in Kentucky at least, that "tho un- in Danville by speeches on the pirt of thn eyer offers for office. fi C?J( 22 Si ti' Cz written law of tho land is imperative in its college studentsand by tbe closing of tho master at Maretburg. J. E. Vowels return Capital. U Dr. Woods, of the Frankfort poatoffico. Dr. R M O'Rsar, a contempo jl. businef. trip to Jellico, Tuesday ed frcm mandate that the destroyer of female virtue, -Donlor In kind and partial enough to print this apof home and domestic happiness, shall for rary ol old ueorge, informed your corre- - Fred Graves, of Rowland, is viiting friends preciated parsgraph, which we reproduce ponjeni tn&t ueorge remaricod to him nno here. J. II Craig was here with his earn-plfeit hia life." in order lo pay ll at we aspiro to no office evening aa ther were fitting clow to tho Tuday and Wednesday. That pp N07ES OF CURRENT EVENTS, either in tho gift of the president or peoat Valley Forge, smoking cob ular ' Djutscher" drummer was here Wod camp-fir- e ple, content in our pre'ent nphere, which is Goorge Sbeppard, a brakemnn on tbe pipes, that he hoped the postofficei through nmhy. J II. Albright, of Brodhead, was re&eon&hly remunerative, and anxious alCincinnati Southern, was crushed to death out the country would novir fail to close here the same day. ways to be true both to ouraelvea and counbstween cars at Somerset. - - - . when his birthday rollod around. He said We are taken to tak by the friends of try: "Editor Walton, of tho Stanford Caron's new city directory puts the further that that evidence of affection "Boss Brown," who is supposed to have Jourhal, shook hands with the population of Louisville at 167,250, an in- touched him more deeply than complimen- died of poison a fow days since, for saying president a few days ago. Tho president crease of 44,000 since 18S0. tary votea of Congress or the plaudits of in our last report mat tue many uogs now AVai. M. VVA.TJKlIH.HultJHiiuiii. the hand of a truer demonever gra-pe- d Thestreet car driversof the Covington liberty loving people throughout the world dying was a good riddance. We beg par crat and higher gentleman, and it he had lines have struck and the cars are net run- He remarked also that while this college don and would say that we did not mean dropped a valentine with two lines of poet- ning. They want a shorter day and more business felt "sorter sgreeabla like,'' the "Bojs" but the other dogi for he was tbe ear office pay. ry and a fire thousand dollar compared to it best in town with the children and for wagpoetoffics demonstrations George Becker sold to Sam Clay in it, into Editor Walton's pocket, the were perfect ecatacy. The poatofiice pro- on purpose. We aro willing to subscribe 27 head of 1,000 lb cattle at 4 cents, country would Jiaye been none the loeer, by gramme was "Open half an hour after 10 to a fund for the erection of a tombitone at nnd 11 head of 1,250 Ibi,, at $4.50. JTaris a very Urge majority," o'clock and 2 o'clock," and the college pro hid grave. Kentuckian. gramme included orations in tho morning James BulIo:k eloped with his cousin, The Eliztbethtown News publishes a priJudge Durham has rjfusel to refund i),iJifciBi-- i vate letter from our gallant colonel, Billy $1,000 to the man, who ate a bill of that by Willis Green, Falh of Rough, subject, a daughter of Jesse Bullock, of Skigcs O'Bradley, written before the committee denomination, in preference to letting a "The Prea;" Frank N. Loe, Danville, sub cresk, Tuesday, going to Brodhead with ject, " Character;", W..L .Clark, Bsment, tbe intention ot taking tbe day train for met to name a day for the republican con- burglar have it. subject, "Excelsior," and in the even JeQernonville and the West. The father vention, in which he atked his friends in , John Gertzemauer, New York, while III., ing orations by F. i). VanWinkle, Danville, hearing of their nhoyeabouts telegraphed the various counties to hold conventions at durnk, shot his wife, tried to shoot himself subject, "The Cross nnd Crescenl;" E K them bis consent to the union and asking once, instruct dslegate fjr him and thereand then killed himself by jumping out of Wilson, Williamstown, subiect, "The Past them to return bete and have tbe ceremony by give him the balgi for the nomination a y window: and Present of the Nation;" N. C. Cureton, performed. They came on the evening for governor. Wj are surprised at this evPatrick Carrol has been sentenced to a New Castle, subject, ''The Mind." Music, train and were married, leaving an the idence that our candidate has not been year's imprisonment in Cambridge, Mas?., by Eichhorn'a Orchestra. night express for Ash Grove, Mo , their futoting Mir, and we hereby and herewith in- for throwing stones at a street car during CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. ture home. form him that if he don't do the rquare the Sunday evening riot. Near Pice Hill, Sunday night, Brown-lo- w la still idling tho old Mrs. Lina Saunders is improving, but thing we will drop him like a hot potato Reunna Caulker, the African Princf, reliable OLIVER, and also hai an improvement tha. Townsend was fatally cut by Charles is doatined to make John D. White gets the covet- who married Ella Shaffer, a colored girl of still confined to her bed. and see that it much more popular than it has ever been, Ask Mr. E. W. Jones whet business he Childers, The circumstances are bbout as ed persimmon. Dayton, 0., eet sail with bis bride from auu i, uuy a yumy uum you bco uo JSUU&JSl' ELEVATOR, and for font. follows: Townsend and Childers had been ting boxes bny the SECTION CUTTER. CnAHLKY Okfuit, of Bourbon, is a sad New York, Tuesday for the West coast of is engaged in besides keeping drug store- JEWEL and ECONOMIST Curtis Egbert is the boss dog trainer. paying attention to the same young lady n RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &o. examp'e of what a foolish remark will do Africa. The churches ol this country will view Bring your dogs to him if you want them short distance from Pine Hill. Sunday gcneral line of Hardwaro Groeones, Salt, Lime, Cement Flae.til- for a man. Elected Speaker for two terms evening they both went to see her hut neiwith alarm the published statement of Mr. trained to perform wonderful feats. of the Kentucky Legislature and possessing ther remained long. Towards night tbey W. n. McKINNEY. Miss Hannah Sweet has been appointHales uion. native ability of no mein pretentions, he Cain, the Mormon Delegate, that all the churche) of tho United States, except the ed to keep the toll gate on the Lancaster returned under the influence of whisky AUGUST WEIDINOEU seemed to be destined to enjoy a brilliant and staid at tho young lady's bouse until pike and will take possession next week, Mormon church, are imported, future in his natiye State. Bat his damu A resident of Chicago has filed a claim Mr. W. M. O'Bryan was the fortunate about an hour alter dark, when they left in uttered sgoinat the gambling bill and given at tbo Treasury office for the redemption of ono who got thedishosat Mr. D, B. tbe company of another young man, Afto tho world by an unfriendly reporter bur- The set consists of 142 pieces. a $1,000 United States bond, which he ter going a short distance towards the sta isd his hoDes for promotion here and he claims to have chewed up and swallowed Quite a number of our young people tlon a difficulty came up between Townsend has hied himself to Omaha to grow up with to prevent a burglar from getting it, enjoyed a social hop at Mr. W. K. Buch and Childers, over their sweetheart, in the country. Young men bewarel Tho ham of Col. John B, Castleman, anan's cozy residence last Thursday night. which rocks and sticks were freely used. A number of our yung ladies look Knives wero drawn and they began slash Another call has been Issued for $10, three miles from Louisville, was burned to mature April 1, Sunday morning. 000,000 Nine Shetland ponies advantage of the bright, warm days and ing at each other, when Townsend received " S Jpa4rjMWKgp.J,ftja """"'jtpjJnW" The payment of our national debt is the three Alderny cows, Boveral draft horses could be often Been gracefully mounted on a thrust in the thigh from which he died in the treas-ury- . and a lot of grain and feed were destroyed, fine, spirited horses, taking nice, long rides within fifteen minutes. After the cutting proper diposal of the surplus Lat the tariff and other taxos be eo The loss is fully $0,000. Miss Irene Dillion, especially, is a very Childers fled to the fields and laid in a fodrednojd as to meet this indebtedness and der Black all nigbik He came to town Tho Senate amended and passed Got. graceful equestrienne. other neoJHarjf charges, leaving no surplus McCreary'.) bill creating an executive deWe nre indebted to Dr. Doorcs for the Monday morning, surrendered himself and to tempt the designing to raid upon it partment to be known aa the Department following item: Departed this life Februwaa sent to jail, His examining trial was with Blair bills and other schemes to keep of Agriculture and Llbor, with a secretary ary 22, Mr. B. L. Vanhook, of Lincoln, set for Wednesday. Childers' age Ih about up war taxation. and assistant secratary, to be appointed by aged 71 years He was a faithful member nineteen and that of his victim eighteen. in Italy causd much tho President, by ani with th'o consent of of the Christian Church and died in the Childers saya lie dtn't know who etruck Ari earth quko the Bona to, full triumph of a glorious faith. the first blow, both being drunk. destruction and tbe los otmany lives. Sinu-8- 8 eeUe Inttrforlounral Those who beliore that a Congressman reposes on downy beds of ease nnd enjoya a good time generally, is laboring under a delusion except so fir ai the trifling, lary 25, 1887 one aro concerned. Gov. McCreary, our tireless representative. is not of the latter class. He works tbont 16 hour a dar and oftener more than that. We were in hia wages sacrificed by 1887, is 13,000,000. lelo-gra- m PXEA&E KEAI T. R. WALTON, ery first-clas- 1 h It WALSH, THE TAILOE, EXCLUSIVELY. four-year-ol- d corn-popp- LOUISVILLE, d $0 -- F ri) ei ceries, Hardware, Queens ware, Glassware, Etc. n MAIN STREET, . STANFORD, KY. a-- y, OLIVER CnW IF:LiO"W"SI fifth-Btor- in&of Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WKARKra, U . . " '" ' 'J'i . - i i . if iwji'ri'Ji'A.iMSfus.'sff "'"ri'''' '' Wl.tX!WhJW,jn-ar.?ltiiW'lifVvmVtmnimUtiv1iM.,- ,jt .. 4m t. B$ta"4MMtMWWMfcHnl ii&M&uiicmdk!iL-!i-- " - " vZiC-arw- ,,--u - . jk-- i- ,r.rl n5U.,L-Ssf- , O . " CArr Cook la building a nioe, 18 foot From 1870 to 1885 inclusive, tbe get of skifffor Jim Owens, which he will likely Woodburn thoroughbred stallions haye won ftXiES Fiiiaii Fish every Tuesday and Satur- use on the St. Asaph, when the water Is ton tho enormous sum of $2,080,010, " day. W. F. Kamaey, low on the streets, which seldom occurs of At the National Horse and Cattle Ex Stanford, Ky., February 25. 1887 late. change auction at Lexington Monday 62 Don't buy your plows until you ee the head of blooded animals sold at the large " Sliver Steel at Wearen A Menefee'a. UARRIAOES. B. O. WALTON, UualnoBB Manafror. average of $815 23 Favorite Wilkes, by it A HANDSOME line of carpets, oil carpets, Mr. J. T. Browuaad Miss Janie Hor-to- n George WilkeB went to a New York party mattings and rus, at Owsley A Craig's. were married at A. T. Ilorton's, near at $10,000; Prince Alfred brought $1,850; CARD. I. AN. LOCAL TIME LIna S. $2,000. J. II. Baughman, Stan We hare tba only practical hill aide Pleasant Point, yesterday. 8 10 p. M. plow on Mall train going North Mr. Wl D Martin, of Kansas, and ford, bought Mock Cnlef, 4 years old, by the market -- "The Malta." Wear- I " ' Boulh ........... ,.....U1 15 p. M. Margaret Green, of Knox county, stopped Messenger Chief for $1,000 and J. Ham- ...... II at x fan At tfnr.afaA. Exprwi train" rtoutb........ 2 13 x.u ' T, 1. Worh.- jof! here Tuesday and sere married in the brick, Jr., gave $2,050 for Red West a Theiie was no running down "to fee a Clerk's oilice by Judge Varnon, who protht a jot li calculated on itandard lime. Bolar by Red Wllkea. three year-ol- d man" between acts at the theatrical performsols about 20 minute lantor nounced them husband and wife in short A fair crowd attended T. J. Foater'a ance the other night and the absence of the order, "by the authority of the Common- sale Tuesday. The bidding waa rather LOCAL NOTICE. was marked by the improved be wealth vested in him " Tbe curious crowd alow, although good prices were realized. LlNUHKTil'a Garden Seed at Penny A bavior of that class who heretofore had to that gathered affected the nerves of the coup SO ehcep were Slid at from $2 25 to $4.25, McAUsler'a. get full beforo they could enjoy a play. le and the groom gave vent to his feelings at those at tbe former prico being a little disThe wonderful Pain-Cur- cr grocer for the Cincinnati MaAbk your ahoata eold at A washout of about 80 feet delayed all the close of the ordeal: "Well, I had rather eased; 10; milk king Co.'h cracker and cake. effects married than have a tooth polled any cows brought from $35 to $42. The farm W ATcnra and Jewelry repaired on nhor trains on the Knoxville Branch four hours get notice and warranted by Penny A McAlIa or more Wednesday. Bat for the watch-nes- s time." They left at once for their future log implements sold at yery fair figures r. of the engineer on 24 the train might home in Kansas. and tbe household and kitchen furniture IIUMTEHfl, Attention. Ioaded Cart. hare dashed Into the charm: as it was he brougnt more than Mr. Foster had expectrtdgM, all flies of shot, at l'enny A Mo DEATHS. czmmmoMMimmmmmmmmmnmmammmmmmmHMmmm ed, A 30 acre meadow wa rented for graz could only atop before getting within a few AJlater'a. Elder Moses Hawkins died at Lexing- ing for $101 50, feet of It. A ooxti.kte tock of Jawolry, latest ityle. Hockfonl watches a apeclalty. Pen About 30 couples enloyed an impromptu ton, Feb 20, in the CO.h year of his age. GARRARO COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Tbe wife of Gen. Joseph E. Johnson, ny A McAllatcr. hop at Owsley Hall Tuesday night, which slater of the governor of Maryland and the Lancaster. was kept up till a late hour. Among the PERSONAL. Hit, William Burnside and family, of American minister to France, died in Wash (Cincinnati New Orleans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) visitors were Misses Belle and Jeeee Cook, Wichita Falls, Texas, are visiting Mra. W. Miss Kmma Hauklky attended the Cloe Logan and Jennie Held; and Messrs. ington Tuesday. to New Mr. Thomas Lewis, a brother of Misa II. Kinnaird, Mra. Burnslde'a mother. Dinyllln Hop Tuesday night. Drye, liald, Peacock, Raid, Adams and Cuba, During the severe rain storm last FriWest. Mm. J. A Camt.nteii went to Ferry- - Hocktr, of Hustonville. A good orchestra Mildred Lewis, died In Junction City of phthisic. He waa by occupation a printer day morning the Fork Church, in this ville yesterday to viall htr parent. furnished the music and everything went and for a time held a case in this office, county, waa partially unroofed. It will CONDENSED TIME TABLE Mn.T J UtrriiiiiE, of Livingston, wan nicely. EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. cost $300 to repair the damages. where he was much liked. down toaee his Uler, Mm. J, A Carpen DOWS. Right A thief entered the store of Liyton & ItKAD Ul. KEAIt Si'EAhtN'i. Col. T. B Demaree, ter. Col, Gabe Wharton, u distinguished TltAINdHOUTH. THAIN8 WOKT1I. Oim friend Constable Din Miller ha Worthy Oiand Lodge Lecturer of the Oood soldier, a tine lawyer ana lor many years Gully, in this county, a few daye ago and "No.l. I No 3. " No. 5. i No. 7. No. 6. No. 8. " - UTATION3. our thanks for cereral itonii of new, t;tli-tre- d Templar will deliver free lectures at the U. S, District Attorney for Kentucky, waa stole $50 in clean cash. The proprietors Dally r,alr. ' Dally. Dally. Daily. lEi Hun Dally. Daily, Ex Hun Dally. following place and times: Livingston, found dead in his room at Louisville Tuee have no clew to the perpetrators. In M tritrel. Field' minstrel trnnp, which was 7BSa m' 4 03 p m 8 10 p m, 7 53 a m L're...Clnclonati ..Vrr C 42pni 1025 am' 040 a m 5 03pm Mil IIoiiert L. Hetti". a risinjj yonnjr. Saturday, February i!0; Mt. Vernon, Sun day. Death waa cause 1 by nppoplexy. Ho 4 3Gpm 7 27am 4 25 a ml 2 01 p ra Georgetown aro 7 0S pm 1052 pro'l0 51 a m booked to play here Wednesday evening, 10 02 u day, 'J7; Crab Orchard Minday, 2S; Stan- wis born in Washington county in 1839. merchant of Ltncaster, pawed to his home 415 pm 700am 403am 135 pm 10 22 to 7 35pm 120pm 11 10 am LexlDt?ton -. Nicholas-Hie11 l am 3 53pm 027 a ni f133a ui 101pm 41 pm 43 m 8 02 p in Wcdneoday Hh his handsome bride, who ford, Tuesday, March lit; Junction City, A friend send u a Floyd county, Io' failed to arrive. The manager of the Ope 10 08 a m 8 43 p in tl 12 33 p m Uarrodaburg Junction.. 12 28 p u 3 25 p m t' 47 a ra 11 a Wedneiday, 2 1. Lecture each place 7.30 wa, paper, which tells of the death of Ar ra House can assign no 3 12 p m p 32 a in 2 TG a for their vio 1120 am 8 59 p in 1213 a in 12 17 pm ..., 12 12 pm Dantllln Mms Majjle H)bloon, of Spring-Gelw 3 a ml 2 42 p m City ..... 3 02 pml 5 20am 2 IS a 1133 am 9 10 p rall2 Junction 1201pm r. M. CjI Djmiree hat lately made n nold Wells Cook, in his 77th year, on the latlon of the contract. Kings Mountain 3 25pm 1042 a ua -I Somerset 133pm ....' 2 27 am' I 20p m 120am OSOata The Warm 8pring Indian Troure gave 12V)pm' tour of this country and Canada and Is a fine I2'.h,of heart diseaso. Mr. Cook wa mar atMm Havnaii Faih, who hai been 10 00 p m 6 05 a m 63 p mi 10 45 a ml....... .Oakdale 5 30 a in, 7 SO a ra 3 ...I 8 25 am 8 25 am' 7 10pm ChatUnoo ga, tending an nrt ochool in Louivllle, haa lecturer. ried in this county in 1812 to Mis Martha two performances at the Opjra Hoiise on CIS pin 1 30 a m 6 10 p ml, 10 15 a m 12 50 a ml Birmingham Tuesday to large audience They left the 503am been cill-- d to hei hone near McKlnney, 9 52pm S.Owsley, daughter of Harry Owsley and 620 am 911pm Euiaw.... The successful running of the Stanford '12 30 a ml .. 0 40 p m 741pm 315 am .Meridian by an accident f her mother, In which he Flouring Mill, a under tbe new managea sister of the late John E Oivsley, of Cni- - same night for Lebinon, but will return 3 00 a mi 7 35 a mi 8 00 p m 10 40 p in ,.. .New Orleans. here March 17ih for a two weeks' stay. a mvr aprtin In the ehoulder. fullere! ment we have crcry reason to expect that cogo, who survives him. They moved 1255 am' -- ...! ..Merld'an i........... 235 am ........... The license of the saloon at tho HamMn. John UittniiT hai jmt equipped it will, will be of great convenience to our West in 1S52, where Mr Cook has followed 730 au 731pm ....Vlckstiurn ...j fi 45 pin ............ 15 am............ .....Hhrarrprt. night, being himself with a new telescopic cotupaM and f.iriaere-- , furnWhing them alwaye a market the occupation of farming and mercban ilton Hotel expired Tue-da- y I ...! 7 50am ..T. P Junction.. 710p iu tbe second to close since the election. The chain nnd in better prepared than ever to for their wheat at tho highest price, besides dlslng. proprietor, Mr J. W. Miller, haa posted No 9 learcs Oakdale dally eto-jp-t run line, make urToy, etc. He tolls us adding much to the prosperity of Stanford. Sun Jiy, at 5 10 a. u , Arrlrlng at Cbattancusi at 9.15, No. S RELIOIOUS. notice atating be will make application for learea Cbaltanooft at 3.00 r. if., arriving at OikJale at 6 1) p. u. tree the that he saw through a three-foo- t Just so aoon as the most improved roller Mann Boudoir BuBet Sleeping Cira on all through trains. It is atated that Sam Jones and Sam licence before the county court. other day with his telrscopa, but then you machinery can be placed In II, work will JOHN a OAULT, Gen'l Manager, H. rOLLBItAN, Geo'l Fit. A Paw. Agt., Gen. Ciaaius M. Clay, of Madison, can rely upou the ye be begun and CO barrels ef flour dally will Small received almost $10,000 a week K. CAIIROLL, Oen'l Supt, em't always sometimes B. X. RYAN, Ant. Gen'l Frt. A. Past. Agent, W. W. WELLS, Superintendent. Somertet, Ky. for their month's stay in Boston. didate for the republican nomination lor raclty of the human race, as it were. be made. General Offices, Bt. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. The third quarterly meeting will be governor, waa here Wednesday and in the LOCAL MATTERS. afternoon addresred an audience at the The bouse of Mrs. William Clymer, near held at the Methodist church Highland, together with its conteots, waa and Sunday. Preaching at 11 and 7 o'clock court-housilia remarks nre said to havo Fnnm 8f.ln.in Saturday at 8. 8. Myers both days. been of a plain, pleasing character, making destroyed by fire at an early hour WednesBest cinned good at Joa F, Waters day morning. All the family were abjent Will C. Barnes, eon of the Her. Geo. an excellent impression on his bearers. A Co.V Mr. R, L. Settle, of this place, waa and there are indications that the fire waa O. Barnes, who is studying for the ministry Tltr. report that General Manager liar-raha- n the work of an Incendiary. When the first in tbia city, bids fair to become even a married Wednesday to Miss Msggie RobLouinson, of Washington county The cerehad resigned Is officially denied by persons reached the tcene the roof had fall- greater evangelist than his father. isville Truth. mony occurred at tbe residence of the A IS, people. en in and thero was no chance to save the L. At Frankiln, Indiana, a revival is in bride's mother and was a quiet affair, only The smoke-hou- se near by was also ALL kind o( sewing machines on hand. burned. Total loea about $100, which was progress at the Presbyterian church that a few relatives being present. Mr. and Call and see before buvlnj, Peter Ham- - all the lady had, but a small, poor farm. exceeda in interest anything of the kind Mrs. Bettis came to Lancaster the same ton. ever known in that section. There have evening and have taken rooms at Mrs. Soue lime ago we complained to J. B. plow Is not the best, why Gwin, Superintendent of the Riilway Mall been 187 additions to that church and Hemphill's. If the Oliver aa many have connected themselves Col. John K. Falkner, of Louisville, has it so rainy Imitation!? See the improv- Sjryice, that our papers were not delivered nearly with other churches. waa in town several days this week, Mies ed at W. II. HiEcinB'. promptly along the Cincinnati Southern. Rev.H.C. Morrison's revival at Win- Jennie Moore, of Lower Garrard, waa a Salt and Coal, Will aell 7 bushel bar- The other day he returned to in tbe corres- chester continues, with 2G additions to date. guest of Mrs. Sam Eogleman the first of asrels of salt at $150. Coal always on hand. pondence that the reference of our letter The Democrat says: Never, to our knowl- the week. Miss Alma Hays, of Stanford, occasioned allowing answers from about 10 edge, haa there been such a skating up in Hamilton, Rowland Isaac was visiting Mra. Huh Hayg. Mrs. W. postmasters and messengers. It is evident We have recelyed an elegsnt line of plain that the superintendent is determined that the morals of our community aa haa been K, Cornish, of Birmingham, Alabama, U and chec'ic-x- l white goods, Himburg edg- those under him shall do their duty or let experienced in the past ten days. The re- visiting Mrs. Joe Weieiger. vival in progress at tho Methodist church John Bryant, who was convicted hat ings, etc 0sley A Craig him ktow why. has increased in power and volume until it court of horre etealiug and given two jennt plearc. Please, pleve, pleae, plea-Cait. II. D. HaUTMAN has shown us a is the principal topic of conversation. in tbe penitentiary, made an ineffectual atpleve, plfve, pleae, pleaw, please, please, supplement time tab'e, which gees in e fleet The Executive Committeo of the Ken. tempt to break jail Monday. With the aid Owsley A Craig. PLKASKeettle. on the Kentucky Cmlral Monday next at lucky Sunday School Union announces of a saw made from n clock spring he had 5 A. M. A fast train will leave here at that that the next Slate Convention will be held succeeded in cutting two bira of his cell and who rmnd us newsp. WlLL the friend at 5:18; at Ilenderron, July 12 to 11, and adds: but for tho timely arrival of Jailer Rjtli-we- ll dally, passing Linc-ste- r pera plea mark the article they wish us hour Pilnt Lick at 6:50; Richmond a C 3G and H"ilert'in h accwible liy River nnd br would likely have ocaped. Bryan.'a "lo ee .' I will n.ye time and be mor-- ) sat Delegates who attorney haa gotten a euspeueion of ecu arriving at C.nclnnatl about 10 o'clock. three lines of railwny. ilncl a NO. 5 CHAMPION, ".factory. Returning it leave Cincinnati about 2, ar- need to pses through Louisville can take tence for him until next court mid he will Yoi'Nfl Hrttw, who robbtd the mails at riving here at 8.55 r. M. Tho train now the St. Ljule Air Ltne train about 8 A m. of have to renium in jtil beru until that Harris K at inn, in Madison county, has running over the Stinford brinch will con and be in Henderson at 3 E'evon District time. We btcn lodged in jail at Louisville. The con tinue its prcnt schedulo till further or- Institutes and about 100 County Conven duct rf tin" young man is a terrible blow on ders. tions to ba held, nnd the International ConM. SKYT lUVLUTISEar.flTH. We can one a highly respected family. Chicago, June 1st, to which KenWithout previous announcement Gen vention at eend 50 delegates, will help In Wo givo Killed Tuck MoKeorle, a colored Gireius M Clay spoke in tho county court tucky will BOWKX O. FOX. W. S. DOWNTOK, raijtd in this county, was instantly room yesterday to aalargeanaudiei.ee as preparing for tho State Convention. Let man notice he well remembered. we fc uj; rock from the roof of could cram into it. Tho general is tbe great this advauco killed by a he wai at original abolitionist, nnd although ho had Kinps Mountain tunnel, whew LAND. STOCK AND CROP UCVERY work, Wednesday. Ha wji about 39 yew been republican, democrat and republican Fifty tons of hay ready baled, for aale agtin, claims that he is not a "turncoat," old. SALE AND FEED STABLES. " John Bright, Stanford. as his republican friends charge, but that N. W. Cor. Main and Fourth Streets, Fon Hale 8ome nice clover hay for all day Wednesday A TERiuria rain fell the parties themselves have changed. The cowa. Apply to s. v. otagB. doln? much damige and most of thenl.-ht- , DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. general wants the republican a nomination Jim Ilialt bought of the Qover Broth- and carrying away much valuable soil. for governor, but he is barking up the wrong New Stable, New Horaoi, New Vehicles. Spemulea for $265 era a pair of In the temperature orcurrol ye?tor 206-- 4 1. cial attention to Commercial Mon. tree this time. The child for that position A good Jack for aale. we trust the dolug has been for a day and has been christened and hi name i Colonel Apply to It II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, time averted. ! O'Bradley. Ky. words with the bark on them may Some Brinkley, Citron & Co,, Somereet, sold AND PHARMACEUTISTS. It takes bloodhounds, donkeys and braes DRUGGISTS All persona aro notified not to pass through our be foundon our fourth page against the binds to draw a crowd. We had no ida to John Sim OiVsley 7 brood marea at premises without special permission, as we will men at Preacheravllle who are engaged in that more than a score of two of people $112.50. enforce the law against those who do. Fon Bale. 8Ix or eight good worts infernal busineai of adulterating a val- would go to eee that time-wor- n and weather-bejr. jr. juiLLEit, uable medicine, and thereby endanger31. DECK, old chestnut, which is likewise a mule. W. W. A 8. E. 0aley, Bright aten " 3C1 it. Mnslcal Wines. WrII Paper, Stanford, Ky. Drags, ing tho liven of those who take it. miserable ilinder on the Southern people, Kentucky. juiiiiiur UOOHH) lUNiruuuieuu, fJIlCttllCAIR, Fon Sale. A aplendld milk cow and but the street pirado caught them and jrui-M3- i a'iK.srn, SiHiionery, Paints, The Luindry is getting well under way R E. calf. Terms reasonable. nearly ns large a crowd attended the per a young utiiiery, 'loimccoH, Hoaps, HIS, and the proprietors. Firis i & Weller, say " jriru Aruin, Lamps, (ormance of Abbey's Uncle Tom'a Cabin Barrow. Stanford. trcriuinery, muvuiu persona are requested not to pats through All they Intend to do as good work nnd just as Needle. At Georgetown Monday there were 200 my premise without special pirmlsilon. Monday night ai has gone to any Those city laundries. The enter Cjinptny cheiply m the show herd this aeatoa. It waa the beat cattle on tho market, and telling aa follows: who fall to comply with this reiucat will In dealt prlfoahould be liberally patronised by our troupo of the kind that has ahowed here, Feeders at $3 75 to $ 1 35; vearllnga $3 60 to with by law. J'ETXOff E3MIIEE. citizens. Liave orders at Klasa' store. though the performance to those who had $3 02J; calves $15.50 to $17. Some paira P. 8 I offer my aereral Lota In town and sub-arto $140 per (203 td) lor aale. P. E. A KELIABLK colored man aaya that a seen it till they knew it by heart, na we do, of broke mule eold at $100 eertaln old white toper, who made it a rule waa very tedious, lasting till near mid- head. MACK BRUCE'S Capt. Tracy fold In Lexington 8 head to get drunk every tlmo he came to Stan- night. of aod mules, from 1 1 to 15 handa high, under the barrooai rule, got ho mad ford, The shareholder in the proposed StanTrlbble bought of John Buggy & Implement House. bscause ho could get nothing to drink court ford, Dix River, White Oik & Garrard at $125. A J. for next October delivery diy that he went home and joined tbe county Turnpike met yesterday and elected Goode 100 hogs I havo now lb tSe hoga to weigh 176 following Sunday. "Perform" churob the W. H. Miller chairman of the meeting and Ibj. and upward. Wincheatcr Democrat. A Full Lino of Whoat Drills aud DKILBIS HI Mn. E. It. Cuenault acndi ua a Fort D. R. Carpenter secretary, The various Richmond, Virginia, ia porhapi the othor Agricultural Implomonts, Drugs, Books, Stationery and Scott, Kansas, papar which expatiates up- route were discussed nnd it waa finally largest loose tobacco market in the world, -- JMsEL Besides a rfcl KIT. . Fancv Articles. on the growing importance of that coming agreed to locate the road down Logan's Immense quantities are handled there and city. It has 11,000 inhabitants, its real Creek to Hayden'a Station, thence by a new the trade can be imagined when it ia told Fall Line ot Buggies and. Wagoni Phvslclans' prescriptions accurately compounded. Also estate Rile wero nearly a half million last route to David Spoonamore'e, thence to the that one dealer, Mr. I. N. Vaughan, hanAlways on hand. In connection with my Im year, thero are 35 manufactories with cap island abovoDudderar'a Mill, thence across dled about 6,000,000 pounds last year. ; pleinont business, I will also carry a -- Barrow & Son bought of Hunt 00 itala ranging from $5,000 to $75,000; the Dlx River to Goshen church and thence Complete Stock of Lumber, d banks did a total business of $00,000,000 by the county road to the Garrard line, The head of cattle at 4, to be deWatohes, Olooks, last yetr; it has the largeit cement works following directors were then elected and livered March 1, Dr. "Willie bought of Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as The Largoat Stook of Jewelry and Silverware weat of Louisville; the largeat brick yards the meeting adjourned: Sam R Dudderar, Hog an 20 head same weight cattle at 4 eta. auy oue. Low as in the State; largo nurseries, &o, Mr. William Gooch, W H. Traylor, Lewia At Ecion's sale yearling steera brought I solicit a share of youripatronoge. Respectfully, Erer bought to this market Piicea Lower than tho Lowoat. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ReChenault evidently tmdn a lucky move Dudderar, C. M. Spoon. more, W. A. Trlb $33 80; 75 pound ehoata $4 per head and paired on shell notice and Warranted. . St. IIIIUCE. Winchester Sun. corn $1 45 in the field. ble. when be went thither. New garden seeds at A A. "Warren'. i GenFaur ...... Ml s imm Its IN d $-- most known. the world has over are Instantaneous. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Queen and Crescent Route. Orleans, Florida, South Shortest and Quickest Lino Soutli East, Texas, I I -- d res-so- I . II PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! any-thlc- m s i. ii e, We have much the largest stock and best sortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. : 1 BOWNTON Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will tho Plow all Plows for such work, they arc almost have various kind of plows and indestructible. at all kinds of prices. suit any that will our assortment an investigation. have a few FOX, Sulky Plows will sell at very low prices. WEAKEN & 'MENEFEE. three-year-ol- M'ROBERTS, & Opera Uouse Block, POSTED n STAGG, Stanford, Ky. Genuine C. O. Salts in Bulk at Wholesale and bi retail. m iir m itvmmwm wl Jkllitef PHARMACISTS, (gSjjS cuicJT S? JEWELERS. 1,200-poun- -- 112-l- rr V M 1 it y ,jpii' whmwjj S!!im9imgis& n iui;"jiiwiwwtnmmrui" s !., auatagKa)Saiftaiiwig yiw a. .jSK4t - wfcjf Sni-8SBttHn3Un- or X 3 carnal HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. - Welcome home, Mr. EJitorl 2, KiST END. acres Dlx Hirer JI.C5 Eachback, Jainos aud Burger 100 acres Crab Tl II1IK HO. Hall's. Amos Ueln CO Or- i I J M Thlst powder narer rarlea. A marrelot purity, AND strength and wholeaouicneas. 'Moro economical Ita Proprietor Determined than the ordinary kinds, and ran not be tola F.H. B. competlton with the multitude of low tot .shor This Is a rerr fine Tounf null from rUt,ril. it Shall be Second to no Country wcignt alum or nnospnat powdera. Soldonly In ed family ol uillktira Including the row Echo, the Hotel in the SUto in ita Fare, cam. Kreatrst of htr day;ber ownerliarlng relusod HotalIUkino Powdks C, Appointment!, or AttenIOC WaII titreel, New York for her. The Holstcln-rrflslarattle haro taken tho tion to Comfort of lead as the Wat for the family, and a cross wtih their Oneitt. the Shorthorn product a a rery fine animal. I will buy all the male calrra begotten by this Bull atgocdilcta del rered at weaning time. naairage trill be eanrejed to aid from the ll HOOK NO. 3, WIIITR. frjeof charge. Nperlal aeeomraodatloist 3tII.I,KU.-- , II. MA1XST., K1CIIJ10.MI. KV. 12 acres Fishing Creek Aker, John W 1S0-to tommsrclal Trarslrri. The liar will tl 10 rtanfotd, Ky. 1 so C) " alnars sapclird with tne choicest " " Apple, Wm. B. breads of Llganri and Clisrs. 2 CG 40 " Buck Creek ArnolJ.Alrx. For a good Table Be Lick '81 A '86 3 95 Adatni.DarldASonSTS" 85 And clean and welt furnished rooms, this Hotel Bastln, Lance)M.hnllu" Mihlng Creek 2 S3 has no superior. Good mm pie rooms attached. Collini, Mallnda hri. 133" Green Hirer :ul-l- y oiriutestlOOperday, ' ' 91 " 83.180 C 45 Dye, Emily C. KENTUCKY CENTflflL ' 1 85 10J " Buck Cieek Donnelley, Thoi. ii u LOUIS SCHLEUEL, 2 00 Delaney, Jemima 250 " & 70 " " Denny, Ballngcr 'bilancel 45 SO " t (,JllueUrHHs ICuiKc ' S3 Denny, Thoa. TUB ugiT- Delaney, Catherlno 100 ' Holdam'a Mill MG 1 25 The Kentucky delegation stands as Ellison, Geo. B. the sure snail overtakes the reckless leaps 8hortet and Qaiokest Eoato from Oen ItlCIIMUXl), KOTl'CKV. 4 15 300 Fishing Creek tral Kentnekj to all PoinU North. follows in the pending gubernatorial race: Estis, Kobt. D. of the silly hare. 100 3 30 Holdam'a Mill Cast, West and Southwest. 2 15 Photographs- - in all styles and tizos. Highland The Kobinsono, V. R. Hobbs and one For Buckner BUbkburn, Bck, Lifljon Urecnburgh, Wm. 20 IO Tllk Fast Lin lltlimi 1 41 Buck Crwk '8J-- 0 51 GoS", John P. Harry C)urtiight have been for months Wolfcri and Rohrtson; for Harris 2 10 50 Gutonshon, Joa. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and buying the common Epsom Sails at a coal and Taulbee; for Hines BreckinLEXIXGTOX 73 48 85 6 Ulatt, Ben A. Water Colors. of about 2 cents per pound, and by color ridge and Halsell; for Holt Stone. 1 45 Wa) ncaburg Uugbea, M. Allen 15 Schedule In Effect May It, IMS. 2 40 TTITII Harris, John W. 63' near Eubanks ing and mixing a small quantity of C. 0. New designs in Frames an 1 Mils at rery loi 3 15 8 Howard, Montgomery 100 a Buck Creek Salts with them, selling them by wholesale (20117. " '85-sec Prices. Harris, Goo. W. SOtcrea" ;TT0Tir t. to druggists in Stanford, Danville, Lancas" 10 Uarils Margarett 50 " " Ex. Hun.' Dally Ei. Han ter, Kicbol.i'ville and other inland townp, " S5 C 2 60 OF 50 " " Harris, J. Craig auoulnrllfe COMMERCIAL 1 Lr. Coring ton., S 10 a ml S 10 " '816 4 60 5J " " as well as to a prominent wholesale house Harris, Wm. H. pni to NHMhvllhN raiuouln v PBOPERTY FOE TAXES. " " " 3 56 Ham, Johnson D 210 BY J, W. ADAMS, jtlClliplslfl, " Cynthlan.; ",0 i I d ,o S'' S M P in Louisville, as geuiiinp C. O Salts, and it . pa " " , 90 " 76 Ham, Mary it. 5 JJ By Tlrtueof taxes doe and unpaid for the follow is established by unquestionable witais'ee " 'tonM. " " " It Kpinj 10 p a J 20 M KarmeyVUhlh Montgomery, that fsome serious consrquencei have re leg years from the persons named below I will Ltstenstopher.Ueo. 60 " Ottenbelm Lr. Parts SO a m 10 2 70 2J it Heck, Arr, WlochMltr. II 20 pm II 20 n m 6 W p B pa Waynesburg '35-- 6 3 16 suited from the use of the spuriour, so cH ON MONDAY,' MARCH TTH 1887. Marsh, A'ex. W. 107 a I hart laUIr nurchSMd tbls hotsl and hara IUcnmonu.. Mobile nutl OtIchuh. 7 13 ptr " Holdam'a Mill '83-20 70 maaa many lmproremenia in it. Martin, Sarah A. 8 07 p mj ed salts. LncJtr to ate p ererrtning in style, HUnford i iniena only moderate charge. 151 '34 5 6 76 to i OOpmi and make And every one who purchases the spuri- County Court day expose public sale before the Martin, Darldson 150 " Green Rlrer Only one change to points in 2 70 Lr. Klchmood.. 2 00 p in , Court House door In Stanford,. Ey., for cash In Maaon, ilartln brs. Aa i nare been on me roau for sereral years I Arr. Brea.M.. S ous, sold to him as genuine should procerd hand the following property or ao much thereof as Melrin.Jamca A wife 153 " Ottenbelm '85-- 6 3 26 know the wants of trarellx men, and I will make " Urlngston. S top ml, 1861 yr. Itimi 25 " " 40 It to their Interest to stop with me. against those who sell to him, as he will pay aald taxes and coat. Any one desiring to McQuffey, BaU'y 5 S6 IK " knobland'31-5owes to his family the protec- pay on the property adrertlsed can do so before Oaks, Jemima Noami-DooiiNo. I Ho. II j No, I 35 ' Kings Mountain 1 CO and Padget, Mary C CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, tion of their health, Hearing thete reports the day ol aale by paying one dollar additional do so Polly, John B. 41 ' Buck Creek '84-- 8 6 3 S3 cortofadrertlalngtba property, and as you took some pains to learn the facts which your names, will be withdrawn lrom this Hat: 00 a m " " 60 Fetreo, Bboda A. 53 ' ZZIZ" Beklng borne on the Una of this road wilt rstlr LrtUrlDpton. OF LAHCANTEH, KY. ' Here 10 aj am . special rate. SO 50 ' Green Rlrer Prewltt, Warren found to exceed the reports. The C. 0. Arr. Itlchmond BOOK NO. 1. WHITE, VTX3T KND. MTSe Agents of lhl. Company for rate, routs 2 06 100 ' Flshlog Croek - - 8135,000 00 Ac, er writ R.dener, W. M. Salts Co.'s agent, when called on admitted Bastln, Morgan, 7 acrei on Green Blrertl.CO; Lr. Ilowland. 7 70 a m 'mm 4 10 C Rogers, John, Sr. 100 " Buck Creek " Lancaster . C. P. ATMORE, O. P. AT. Ay S 11 am that these parties even tried to run their Florence, J. F., 1 acre at Turaorarllle, tl.35; Arr. lUchmond Loulsrtlle, Ky III 00 am 5 4S Rowland, Alfred 300 " Holdam'a Mill Tbls Bank solicits accounts of lndltldut.li. firms spurious slufi on to the C. O. Salts Co., Foste, Wm. 60 acres, MUledgerllle, ti.'i; 1 CO " " " 24 Lr. Itlchmond" Rentfro, Jamea 10 p in t M a m Arr. Wlnehtr 2 10 p ru 3 36 and corporations. It faclllUe for making col300 " MUledgerllle which he rejected, but had a sample anal- Frederick, M. J 15 acres, Bonyrllle, $2.15; Russell, J. B. Arr l"aris .... 1 20 piu 7 00 ami Gastln, Geo M..C2 acres, Mllledgnrllle, '31, 'SI, '35 7 16 lections, la all parte of the United Statee, are Reynolds, W. R. 100" FlshlngCreekysd-t-S-yzed by a chemist of ability and integrity, and '46, t7 25; 2 ii p raj 7 M a ro 2 45 pat Lr. Islington and cutoaera are at U times granted 1 95 Buck Creek Routen, Pleaaanta 41 Lr Prla .. to be the common Epsom who found them aopra 170am I 40 pm Darld E., CO acres, MUledgenlle, 1 140; Jit It A'noirn: tbey see proper Eubanks 56 any reasonable accommodations Singleton, Martha 102 " Cfnthlana. 8 to ask. We brg to offer our aerrlcea to the cltl-tesalts, with the addition of an unwholesome tnyart, May E, 27 icrea on Qreen IMrer, 75 cts; " Falmouth .. , 47 p m 10 M a in 4 17 pa I. That II. B. Withers, T. J. Foster, 0. A. Laek-1 60 31 Slumer, Franc Ola m 6 18 pm Inyart, John K., 5 acres on Groen Hirer, '85 and Sterlnwehr, W. V. 100 Arr. Cbrlnton H. II. Shanks, Fomttts Held snd W. O. Welch ol neighboring countlns, without Banking lOOpull 10 a in 4 45jm 1 03 coloring matter. The C. 0. Salts Co. have Kings Mt. 56, tl 10, factUtle. and aasur them that any businea sent bar asaoclated themsdre togethsr and farmed a 1 74 affidavits and evidence in abundance to es Inyart, B. F., 51 acres on Green Blrer, '33, '31, '35 Stewart, ElUabeth,2H" Buck Creek us shall at all time hare prompt and faithful atcorporation under ths prorlstons of Cnip.M, Oen. CO HATMVILI.R IIHANCI1. Holdam'a Mill Sutton, Mary hrs 14) guilt of these parties; one affi 16 55; tablish the and 'So, Hut. Ky. G6 tention. Singleton, Jlncy hrs 40 " Ciny Tork 'S5-- 6 Johnson, Jamra A., 14 acres, Milled gerllle, '85 and 3. The name of the Incorporation Is the "Standavit I was permitted to read, states that: 1 14 43 " Ottenhelm Shellsr.OtU I '86, 11.65; Noara-UooKford roller Mill Company," and ita principal plsc on oath he saw Robinton get barrels of Wadklna, Sarah A. 4" South Fork '83 5 1 76 Daily I Dally I Lane, O. P., lot at McKloney, tl 95; u... of buslaras Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky. J. M. IIIGGINBOTUAM, uwu. 6 00 oan. Epsom salts at Lincaster depot, bring Minor, Allle and Clay, 1( acres, MUledgerllle, Weaber.Wm. U. 91" Buck Crwk '834-JS. The general natut of the buslneas Is the purLEWI3 V. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALKER, 50 " Holdam Mill '85-1 CO Woods, Mary Lr Corlngton.. them borne after dark, put them in a pri IDOsk t2 55; chase and aaiaof giain. th manufacture and sal J. W. L01AN, 1 70 J. 8. JOUNSON, Lexington 34 Warren, Wm. M. 41 . 7 M mi i n, a 20 ................ L. F. HUBBLE, vate place, that etch day be emptied a Moore, La Fayette, 250 acres on Greeu Rlrer, '83 of flour and meal, and the purchase and sale of T. M. ARNOLD, .i X. Jf ES EVE E, fa Arr4IIIIrsburf... .. and '86, li 05; I IO I lo S nm p u 44 coal. B. O.MULLINS. J03. SlMPiON, large quantity into the evaporator while Hheriff Lincoln County. " Carllsl... ... . Q m L . M Mitchell, Ed C, 352 acres on Green Blrer, '83 and 1 The caplul stock is authorised " Johnson.. ................ 9 4Sam 638pm lo be SlO.OOO balling a small quantity of Epom waler " MaysrllU. '86,t730; dlrlded into share ol 150 each to be paid as the ..mmm . . IIP SO a mT 40 p m Bucklen'a Arnica Salre. therein, not sufficient to make 10 per ceot. Manly, Ira, 21 acres, MUledgerllle, 60 cents; Directory msy determine and direct. The best Salra In the world lor Cuts. Bruise no. oi no. SI S. The corporation shall begin business Feb 11, of the whole amout. Another affiant says Massey, James, 0 acres on Green Blrer, '85 and Bores, Salt Bheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped J. SI. HIGGINBOrHAM.PUECT. Dally '&6,tt80; Kx. Hun. Ex. Hun LEWIS V. LEAVELL, Mil, and terminate 15, years thereafter. he saw a great quantity of common Epsom Handa, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, Oldham, Bebuca, lot at MUledgerllle, '35 ana '6 C. TbeaOalrsof the Coupany shall b conducted J. P. 9ANDIFER, CASHIER, arsr S a5 a m 12 33 .mm. ... and posltlrely euros Piles, or no pay required. I, salts emptied into the well from which they " joanson. B. F. HUD30N, TELLER. by a board of six directors, win shall elect a Presti 20; 1 fl 87 a in 33 p ra is guaranteed to gtre perfect satisfaction, or monoy " Carllsl.. pumped the water ostensibly from which Sluder, Presley, 20 acres, MiKlnney, tl 35; I 7 25 a m mm 2 28 p m ident, Secretary, Treasurer, neither offic being " Mlllersburg refunded. Price 25 centa per box. For sale br ...... .m. j i 48 a to 2 30 p m 1 55; they made the sails bless your life there if SprlDklei, Wm., 10 acrei, Maroa Gap, f t Incompatible with the otherr, and shall appoint Arr f ari- In. ... Penny A McAllster. Singleton, Isaac G., 1 acres, Green Rlrer, 11 75, such other officers and agents as may b deemed plenty of evidence there. Corlngton YeneoD Itschcl, 13 on 40 cts. Wonderful Cures, (jj.Sa in JL2.r m nccesary. Thcabore-name- d lncor)orators shall W. U. Cummicg, a merchant of Preach-erevill- Waggoner, Thos. 44iuw onGreen Rlrer, 'SI, you aroRolnCto point WEST, constitute the first Uosrd of Directors, and their acres Green Blrer, '5 W. D. Uoyt& Co., wholossle and retail Drug- - NORTHWEST op SOUTHWEST. and a most upright and reliable and 'ii, ZO.iO; glsta of Rome, Ga., say: ''Wo hare been soiling successors shall be elected on the Snd Saturday tako tho Lexington and Cincinnati: other gentleman, says that be ordered six bar Wright, Geo. W., lot In Mllledgarire, '81, '85 and Dr. King's New Dlscorery, Electric Bitters and of January, lift, and annually at the sirae time cheater. except tralnt ar dally Sunday. 8fl, tliorcifUr, Bucklen'a Arnica Salre for two years. Hare ner-e- r rcls for one of the Ribiosons, who ..said he l Wlnehwter with 90 WIcher, Gto. N., 50 acrea on Green Ohio Jar ... 7. The hlghtst lodtbtednni of the Conpiny bandied goods that sell as well, or giro such wanted the commons lit t for his hog- s- (crra WUkerson, L. P., lot In ililledgerllle, Blrer, tl vv. ii, ,n, (.,., m.. .,..;::. Mt Ninrlin.Eastern u '31, 53.50. .HM..M.wu. vuaiii'iiun. IV. in. unlrersat satisfaction. There bare been some shall at no time exceed tU.VX). clt. le wai wor h $1 2 j per barrel, and Ep'om Wright, Sutaa It , lot lq Uustonrllle, 51.45; wonderful cures effected by these medicine In tbls 8. The prirato property of corpora'ors and (Ohio & Mississippi Itnllwny i fattening properties) and Wbl e, Ellen SO acres, l 45; salts must contain city. Sereral catcs of pronounced Consumption stockholders shall b exempt from corporate JeMs haro been entirely cured by tho uaoof a tetr botII LACK NO. I, WKST K.SD. This Line has Two Dally Ezprois Trains arrlr-IngMr. Cummins did not know in clj honesty T. J. FOiTKIt, II. H. WITIIEIH, St. Louts hours In alranci of other linn, tles of Dr. King's New Dlscorery, taken In connecThrough tlckats and baggtg checked to acr y. II. SHANK- but what the Robinnrn were feeding it to Beazley, John, S3 acres, Boneyrllle, S3; spata In (i. A. LACKL'V, choice destination reached by a railroad. tion with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them andglrlngour pavicDgers first Union of V. (J. WLLCII. Depot, St. FOUKitUd KKID, trains of connecting ,lnra In their hogs -- not knowing they were getting Brown, Hawkins, lot MUledgerllle, !2 10; n of " coui0panUy"o7rtlCUUr,, always. Sold by Penny A McAllster. Louis, fjr all poluls v'el, Southwost and North-We- st (1) Burton, Phillip, 5 t Fcb.ITth.lSS;. McKlnney, 40 cents, with it by the barrel from other merchants, and Ealley, Charles, letacru,Turnersrllle, '31, 8J ard S F. fl! MOIWE, In D.A.FKhl.Ky. Reclining Cbnlr Parlor Cars and Now (Itn.I'aM. AgeuL An Enterprising, Reliable House. gentleman as be is, he witholda no fact in Trar. Agent, 'Si!, ti 13; O Emigrant Slooplng Cars Kt IxilmrtTin Penny A McAllster can always be relied upon his pDa?esion. R. E. McRobert, druggist Biown, Ed. lot In Ml Kinney, 52 13; ' It. o , H.-- HUNTINGTON' ItetWrw! uirirrcMJ not only tocirry in sto-f- c the lost of erery thing ?; General Oltlcts, Corlngton, Ky. Blaln. I aura, Jot 40 cents, CD at Lincister, ijya they cime to him rati o Th5. II acres. In Mt. Sa!em, '85 and '80, but to secure the Agency for such article as hare a said that they lad a lot of hog and wanted Burdelt, 00; n merit, and are popular with the S3 Epsom salts to feed them be had heard Breckinridge, Abe, lot, tl 75; thereby sustaining the reputation of being al- To TJ purcbaie a Farm iu tho U'st, Northwest or NEWPORT NEWS MISSISSIPPI VALLE? that silts were iiseJ for that purple, and Bright, Caleb, lot lu Bonoyrlllr, '85 and '8C, t2 55 ways entorplslng and erer reliable. Harlng sefeouthweit. P Clojd, Wesley, Sacros McKlnney Branch, '35 and cured the Agency for tho celebrated Dr. King's Tho Ulchest Farming and (Inr.luz Land In the (bought nothing of it he ordered for them THE World may be htd at frtn SI uO New Dlscorery for Consumption, SI DO per it 00 aany barrels, which the B, R. agent'K Cloyd, '80, (2 90, 2 acres McKlnnny branch, '31, '35 posltireguarantoe. It will surelywill sell any on a on long time and at low Interest lo This Jan. I acre will r. cure and ratto Joseph, double tho bushels of or hooka will shiv, and LTunley Siajlelon, M ercry affection ol the Throat, Lungs and Chest, wheat to thoacra number ot be proJurl corn this and '6S, $3; that cm In o BOUTE and to show our confidence, welurlte you to call section, and with much leu )lxr. Tim prlco ot Adams Expiesa azent, eaya theee men in Clojd, John, 1 acre McKlnney branch, 52 40; p land Isstcadllr adranc ng. It trill iirrer hv HI (I) variably took them away after dark, and Cloyd, Msrla,5acrii. Mt. Salem, M5, 'SO, C5 cents nd get a Trial Bottle Free. a and It Is cerUl cheiiiti'r tlian at I 'A 0. Hum Uso Green Cough Balsam for coughs and colds. tain to prore a good inroituient to crery purtold him, when qaeationed, that they were Cloyd, EdUh, 10 acroa, McKlnney branch, 75 eta chaser. Cooper, James, lot In Uustonrllle, 75 cents; K Price 50c, For sale by McRoberts A Stagg. OB feeding thetu to the hog. Agent at Gil- Cooper heirs, 35 cents; R Tickets, Good 40 Days K bert's Creek states that ther were shipped Carr, Ilistt, ICacree, Bonyrllle, '85 and '8G, 51. 0 How is your blood? Uso Green's Sarssparllla Round-Tri- p Wnshinglon, Phlladolphia nnd o For sale dr McRolerta A Stagg at tl. K t to hia depot for V. R.flobbs.acd were taken Estis, Vina, S acres, Mt. Salem, 73 cents; a Now York. At Low Excursion Katta la NmmIio. Mn. I'm. 2. donla, o thence in mtal sacks. He suspected all wai Gains, Ed, 7 acres, Moreland, 52 25; Oreen's Electric Oil cures all aches and pain. Springs,Florcuce, Abilene, Independence, tlsxter Tho only Hue running Ilecee, Holton, Council Grcre, KlnRman, v. a Glrene , Talbot, lot In Stanford, '85 and '88, 53 95, 5 For sale by McRobert A Stagg at 30c. o Lenora, Uberlln and Senora, Kansas; Columbus, not right because the could have shipped Gentry, Blnda, " a. ' 1 50; H " c a I'UIsLMAN NBW .SI.L'IU'IMJ CAItS Grand Inland, Lincoln and Valentine, Neb.; 9 ' ' to plnti nearer to their "factory." Thee Gentry, Green, ' ' Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at 330; Ark; Palestine, Han Antonio, H A Taylor, Wichita Falls, Waco, Laxipuei, Halrd, ' ' Gentry, Ruben heirs, " 1 00; 50c, at McRoberts it gtagg's. are but samples, of what h secured ai evi Albany and Midland, Texas. Harlan, John.'i acri, MUledgerllle, '81, '3J 2 15; dence, to be forth coming at proper timf ; Lytle, Sally, 2 " 4 n3nyrllle,35 cts; . KHOU Mfunkenness, or Liquor Kablt.cnn bo Curedby Stop.orcr PrJvIlcfca will ho Allownl -- o and no change of proprietorship of wells Morton, Geo. 3 " MorelanJ, '85, '80, 100; Louisville, Oinoinnatl & Lexington, Ky. 0 n C To examine the Lands and Country. what is within the knowledge MoRoberts, Tilda, 3 acres, Turnersrllle, '35 and '80 administering Dr. Haines' Goldon Specific. lion foot, bat o 4 to Washington City,0 It cau be given In a cup of cofleo or ten wltli-Purchasers of Land will haro the Trice of their. 4 ft 25; df proper authorities tfl rectify theee mat Connecting in tbo same denol with tne knowledge of tho person taking it, ef. Tickets refunded. Extension ltoundtrlp Tltk-et- a 0 Masterson, Kelion, 22 acres, McKlnney, 70 cts; at Low rates to many otner points may be sefectlng a speedy ami ticrmaiieiit cure, whether FaBt Trains for Now York. ten according to the interest of law and Oweley, Fount, 1 acre, Turnersrllle, 75 emed at Stations to which you purchase tickets. cents; Ilto patient Is Tho Direct Konte to justice. A large quantity of these spuri Porter, Kelson, agent Moiby, lot Hustonrillo, 75 holic wreck. a moderato drinker or an alcoThousand of drunkardi liavo Lynchburc. Danrlll., Norfolk and all Virginia fteeu mado temperate men who liavo taken tlio cents, 0U8 salts are sold in tne above named Mid North Carolina I'olnls. ol AIovIiik U'chI Golden Swciflu In their tolfco ultliout their towns and ths public is warned by these RUU, Henry, lot In Hustonrillo, 55 C5; kno ledge, and .M?rn,.lckel.,.ilLd .'uJ,""r tn'ormatlon, apply to o believe they quit drinkBout, Eray, lot In Bonyrllle, 40 cents; Call on any of our agent who will promptly anticket office or address 1 ing of their own free will. No harmful effect swer facts, which are fads, to diectiminate in RltlV.Susin 4 acres, Mt. 8alem, 15; roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. W. n"Moa all Inquiries and furnish raluable Informaresults from Its administration. Cures guarantion in regard to price of Lands, ect homestead persons who have Roe, Bettle, 10 acres, Bonyrllle, tl O their purchases. Several teed. Send for circular and full particulars. and 120; o any of the lawa 2d Vice Resident.' Address In confidence Ooi.hkn brcciFitCo.. Statei. Will call on you in your homes If Western all their Uvea used Crab Orchard salts aa a Reed, Caiollne, 1 " nustosvllle, .65; a Oen'l at . desired, ta5 ltace Kt.. Cincinnati. Ohio. a CD furnish tickets to any point, hare your freight Loulsrllle, Ky. .75, family medicine, have been imposed upon Bpcars, Rena, 5 " McKlnney, and household goods shinned at lowest, rates, and 1 Stewart, Silas, 2 " Boneyullle, hi attond nersonsllr to checklnir your baiririva anJ with this stuff an! the consequence was Trlco, Mitchell, acre McKlnney, 135; seeing you comfortably startoi ou your Journey. 25; them to abandon the fur- Tucker, Lewis, lot In Stanford, '81, '&1, '80, 35; such as to cause Itemcruber that this assistance Is renderel frra of tl Charge. c. W. l'AKIS, ' 2 15; Wlen IJaby wm aick, wo garo her Catorla, ther me, and yet others hsye been made Vinson, Frank. " MilleJgerlllc, 85, '80, IjHEJ Ceut, rassengfr Agent, 41 W ttbsi .Clnclnnttl, ENGLISH." 1 85; seriously and dangerously 111 by innocently Welch Berry " M. Kinney When ebo was a Child, she cried for Castorla, JOHN F tmtNAltr, Only fil'lllllflo. W. ll.SHATTUC, iii ii. ' Btufl When this rm Weatherford, Ktttr, lot Uustonrllle, ..,..',. .90; using the spurious ' ' win "'rlMi- - Irolullio, lros. mid Oen'l Miit'gr, Gin. I'as. Aj-'-i When sho became Miss, sho cjunj to Castorii, Ciutliinutl O. cality corned into court they deierre to llulte, Cella, 20 acres oa Hanging Fork, '85 atd .?!.. tk a i- 'hir ruist t., riu,iium i (.c.m,..,L, : HTANFOKD, KY. Tt'lion she ha.1 Children, ahe garo thorn ' ' ilyr'YtfrAJ nlurn tiitt I. 86, 57 70, Castorix meet mora justice than lenience, haying NAME PAPFB WUljl Iaa(Uii M..a..w. Isl.ll.. Vou w II einl'jra firorfiti Hip. pubiuiicr at,d do Clfflco Sonth side MkId Htret, two doon I la the profit in their swindle the Warren Sldcey, 2 aires, Bonyrlllo, 83; taken for ,. ..i.ilM,i1( ailRillbi I A u the proper thing by undliig tli ainuimt of your low the Myers UoUls health of those in hand, who rely upon C. Wallace. Matllla. lot la Stanford, 0) cents; Irr. Liiiiuf ua,i"t I'lIU T.i, i'urc Nitrous Ozlde Gas (iJulnliurj Vi' Waller, Alex I acres, B3nyrllle, '3J, 3J 51 M; siititcrll'llon atoDott 0. raltf a' a houtehold remedy. For sale by Dr. U !.. BOURN K, b'tsnford. rtiitt'red. Mr. Pendleton Jenkjns died Thursday morning, He was in town Friday, looking PREACHERSVILLE. at well as usual, The Devil in a llearen Christened Village. Q M. Giyens bought 23 head of mules To the Editor of the Inferior Journal. in Danville Monday and started with them 1887,-W- ho Ciiab ORcriAnD,Fb 18tb, for Atltnta Tuesday. would have thought that the smoke that -- O, V. Ryan is still confined to his bed. rises from the pious hearthstone of the His symptoms have been regarded as rather dwellings of Preacheraville mingle with alarming, but his condition was more en. the smoke and etesm of manufacturing a couraging Tuesday eight. dangerous and criminal fraud? Nererthe-le- a', Our part of Lincoln is well representsuch Is a deplorable fact beyond quesed at Lexington, both in men and stock. tion and already established by sufficient Several of our beat from both classes are testimony. Aid here it should be said, in on tho arena and will be heard from. justice to the good cUliem of this village, Bill Djdd, who was reported very they denounce the fact and are willing to sick on Monday morning, is said to have tesliff against the shameful enterpriee, as had a surgical operation performed by they discountenance fraud and crime wherhorse doctor, and left the same day for the ever practiced, although in their characterLexington sales. istic, easy, everyday life, ordei ly and quiel, The upper Hanging Fork is navigable they tuve taken no worthy of emulation, this morning for any kind of craft except step to directly meet out to criminals enbuggies. Jim Goode, who airfare has an gaged In the nefarious business their juat They eye to the welfare of the people, has had a and reck'eHly earned puoluhmen'. commodious boat constructed and is ready gladly hail and heartily eecond efforts to to start a ferry for a consideration. expose and punish the fnud, which appaAnother burglary was committed on rently damaging only the manufacturers of hit hard and danger- the Smith store Tuesday evening. Mr. genuine C. O. Silts, Smith and Mr. Walden had crossed to the ously the consumer', who, thinking to get hotel for supper, leaving; the house fasten the genuine arlicle, are deceived with the through mere ed and the lights burning. Oa their return dangerous compound made it became neceary to gi to the cash draw unprincipled greed nf Rain, recklers of the er for change, when It wan discovered that health and even life it may cost Notwith the contents, some $10, had been abstractstanding the swindler hnve placid themed An examination of the premises reof criminal proseselves within the limits vealed that the marauder had climbed a cution no step), that I am aware of, have plank to one of the windows In the rear of been publicly taken to bring them to jtu-ticBut the second story, broke a glass and reached well and recklessly merited. the fastening of the msh, thus gaining of the gods grind slowly, but "the mills No goods have been missed. The they grind exceedingly fine;" and it only thing was executed rapidly and after a waits to bs peon how Ion tardy justice will careful calculation of chnuces. pace behind cantering crime ere the pice of e, pas-sesti- chard, 81 15. lllitt, John J. 1 acres Gilberts Creek, 12 yj Howard, J. C. 4 acrei Dlx Hirer, tl 13. Ilobbt, Mrs. A. L. Heirs Dlx Hirer, f 1015. 1SSJ-Huff, Atria 200 acre nou Manael, Maggie 120 acres Cedar Creek, $1 Si. Mordlke, Nancy J. lot Crab Orchard 1 1 90, Owens, Mary 50 acrei DU Hirer, II 15. Fayno. Andrew 35 acres Dlx Hirer, $1 05. Poor-bous- e, flOTflal 1S53 DR. W. B. PENNY, Stanford, DENTIST, ICont uolty. 5 73 Payn,J.T.3acrea " " It 35. Ray, Mike 55 knob land, St 10. Blppy, J. P., ur. lot Crab Orchard, $1 70. f) 05, Surbcr, Allred 2 acres Halls Oap 1833-SpratU K. J. 100 acres Dlx Rlrer, 17 93. White, Jobnand James 13 acres Dlx Hirer, 12 35. BUCK NO. M.and 1 to6r. neccaary. Offlce on Laneaiteratroet, next door to Iitva-wo- a Journal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. Aneathetlcs administered whao 15l-ly- r. 2, K18T KND. 0, SI 75. Brown, Henry J. lot Stanford 18S5-Haughtuan, Clate 2 acres Ilalli Gap, f2. Bright, Tolly lot Stanford, 40 cU. Cook, Wm. homo Stanford, '85-- 6 I3.G0. Craig, Loo lot Dlx RlTer, 93 eta. Emery, Mary J. lot Stanford, tl 15. , Gale. Trancoi 61 acros Green Hirer, tl CO. Quest, Darid 2 acres, tl 55. Quoit, Logan lotSUnford, 'St, '3J 'St., tl. Qtrens, Anthony lot Stanford, 22 10 Hlgglns. Siulre lot Walnut Flat, 12 CO. Ilansford, May lot Sun lord, tl 05. Hays, Hachael lot Stanford, '81, J5, '83, tl 40. Hansford, Kitty lot Stanford, 18850, f 2 30. " tfl 33. Hooker, Low 1$ ' " tl 53. Lackey, Walter 1 " I.tc, Vina lot Walnut Flat 1MJ-tl 35. Lackey, Ben lot Preachersrllle, 75 cts. Montgomory, Alox. lot Stanford, I&35-Ji 35. Montgomery, John acre Bald Hllli, ?l 55. Shanks, Thos. Heirs t lot Crab Orchard, 75. cti. Stewart, Myrain 1 White Oak, 75 cti. tJ 10. Tucker, George 10 acre Dlx Blrer 1SS5-18S5-C1 tiii: Tii4Hociiimti:n HOLSTEM FRIESAN BULL MAIIQUIS OF llu.Ur. lUTfwkrr. e.l.il 1'mi friitl llH.lar. Cbim Inrt.ill. T,.liln. Mi.il.n., "4 Trlrcrhr, iMeltliM. tm rxl.i,. f.mtrr Urdl4 llaantKtcnl Kumu. .rrit a "" 'Mr... t. IL HMITII. rml lil.d... k't In Mf.Ui"rilib. ' ''vyi,i J'iii."t M..U..I '""' Illlul ll.ri4ll.M KdaralU. ilrarrsl Hxlaru krln llmdusir World. 4 Commercial College of Ky.Unlierslly)i;,.,,l';. Tts casainst and nst Bnslasss Ollr l th nZTT. MOltO ". AIELIi:. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURN8IDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still MaiutainB its High Roputation, it thtt POWDER Absolutely Pure. This fine Bull will aland tho aeaons now commenced at my stablonn the Lancaster I'lkx one half tulle from Stanford Court House at;i5 the season, wl'li the prlillrgeol breeding the cow until the cow prores lu calf. Money duo when cow is first serred. Marijuls of Adeline's sire, Herbert, his sire Apollo and Dam luiorlcd Southern Vtau-)t- ll Marquis of Adllene'a dam, Adeline, het sire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported LaJy Fisher. For further particulars as to pedigree see JI. t25,-O0- O n WILLIS HOUSE, it. J. B. "WILLIS, Propriotor. L.&N. Louisville Nashville R. R. 1. 1 TIIIIOUG1I TllUNK LINE SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. A I.OIX.ATl '85-6- SHERIFFS WAX.ES H0CTH-B0U- HOTEL IHca MoKINNJSY, - KY. Atlanta, u IniOpJ J Sh Little orst-cla- is Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 4 I I 'SI-V- CAPITAL . 1 I CORPORATION NOTICE I ii-I- . IHlB ey, 1 na y, Ulpn DIUECTOimi .., 'r. ,ir:7, .. 0 J. lllsn Illy . m ', OFJFICJEIte. UOUIII-Bopt- I -.- 1 pa,, e, If auj .. t; O. & M. rir.ifn!'fJi?"r) "''' m a.i.. J, tn "" "r " l's. poo-pi- e, of OIuirK. NOW IS THE TIME. 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