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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887030101 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. Simt 0 VOL. XVI. I'ubl(nhcil TilCMtttw and FrltUiva AT fWII STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1887. most happily located seen. Nothing could klni and hearty than our recep tion in our new quarter. The meeting I simply glorioti. Tne ground ecemod prepared by the Spirit of the LORD and our preclom gosptl stiuok root, n in congenial soil, The ourt houe ha the finest nudiencc-roowe have yet leen. Lofty, roomy, economically seated and beautifully lighted with three chande lier. I like the MUiisrfppi court-hoiu- e. Thoy all neoni built on one plan. Standing in tho contrs of a cipicioti lot; entrance on four id; broad hall, forming n exact Maltese croa; officai in four corners below; and above a splendid room for holding court and public meeting. No town hall needed after audi accommodation. It I ample for all village want. Tne Cumberland I'reabyterlan have opened their beautitul church for u to occupy, if we need it Wo go thero thi afternoon, a the court room will be netdeJ to day for a jury case in the chancery courl, now in session. The judge, with kindest consideration, hold hi ordinary court in one of the lower room, in order not to interfere with the meeting. I wiah you could see the way is packed with eager, earnthe court-roo- m est listener'. Men that never go to meeting attend every service, day and night. The Methodists were about to hold a protracted meeting when we cams, but moat courteously gave way when they biw the interest awakened among the people. This "brotherly kindness" will surely bear Its preciou fruits. Praise the LORD! A far a we can judge by what we have seen this gospel will go through and thro' the South like a prairie fire. God grant It wo C ouftui COMPANY k NO. 207. H. K. TAYLOIC, Of LOGAN COUNTY, la a Candfdato or the offlcs S3 lJilBANNUM,CAHH. W. P. WALTON- anderstood If wecrwllt that 1.M will b Pooled and demanded. GEORGE GOD O. BARNES IS 18 LOVE And NOTHING ELSE lUAlfaU3 Dr-A-n THE 3L.01tI. We Kosciusko, Mis., Kb. 22, 187. left "N'awlinn"-- m the native recklessly pronounce the name of the Mr inctropoli of Iho South on the amo principle, I itippoae, lht my own people call their chief city "Looavul," on the evening of Monday, the, ll'h, at dusk. Wa returneJ by the road we came, the Illiool Contral, and reached McComb about 10 o'clock, In a drenching rain. Raining l reduced to a iclence in MImIm-ippl- , at I hare intimated before; and to their Drucker new trunk wrtiteled water-proo- f capac'ty, m the luckier heap of them stood on the truck, with the ikiee pouring buckeUful upon their devoted ride, lop', bottom, while the gentle ofll ciaU, whooe duty It U to handle railroad bigjjRc, hovering around in India ruliW impenetrable, placed them in eultable position to be rearched by the descending I.STEiiioin-"baRgage-imMher- I, ahower. A aomelulng terrible, when be come in con tact with the appropriate prey. He earn hi ralary by rwnUlenlly doing romethlng "ajln" our portable property. He would be an "unfaithful nervant" if he failed in Inflictlne aotne kind of a damage in tmnti u upon the package committed to hi tender care. The age wait for eome inane per eon of large properly, who, wholly regard leu ef elf, will epend a vat fortune in tilling detective; wayUylng baggage uialier; prosecuting bloaled corporation, right and lft; lobbying in legUUturee; with on eoli the protection of tray tary object in tie llact' laggafe, lotruted to public carrier. Same Btrgh or Ciptain Comttock to give hi time, talent and money to effect a reform, and win the gratitude of the travel ing world. I fear the millenlum will dawn before thldiintereled lunatic make hit eret, tnoanted on thi particular bobby. craah, re Hark! I hear a tremendou eouodlng above the Impatient hlrr of the iron horar, champing hi bit and pawing, to load, be off, o to epeak. Tbt the attempt to drag upon the truck, raenta vehicle over the aide the hfvy-Ud- n sew track and down go three of Drucker' baulIe-kxlin a puddle of mud oh and water. The downpourlng rain la not enough. Lit Drucker be tried by another leit, to find whether he ha put up a good job. rjlowing our bedraggled baggage la lifted from lu oory bed, dripping, iiDrrow-full- y with ftream of yellow tear, and once more perched atop of the other, i at last dragged under cover. Ojr party aland under a hed. on what wa dry ground when they wont in; but a they niand, two stream of the general oveilbw go right rind left of them, cjnverling their condition Into that ol forlorn cutaway on a dtvert Island. Wife and I had gone into the illation room for a eeal. Not henrin' of the otuer for awhile, I go out and find them -- a described above. I hall them, t peroon In ditnm, end afier n little chaf ling, ptopoaing to rend a boat over, etc, they come eplaahhig thruugh the muddy in thedown-rom-Inphut and when a let-upromise of ft brief respite, we rain give ncuttte for "noun." m fit u we can otrug gle, through the dirknea fluh, dear bay, met Ua at the Coiuln Heber and Mary came up station. wilii u from the city. The latter spent the week wuh u there, and Utbir came and went, a he could. Hugh ran down once, hut he had to hold the fort at home most of the time and glad we were to eee the dear fellow again, rnoat lovable of Hu.lu, a he I. McWe gave one service to the dear Tuesday night. Tne ky Comb people frowned blackneisand everything threaten bell-pethey ed, but at the vigoroj streamed out from every quarter and filled up the little church once more. Who oMt.lnnirt.ach with such a congregation, hungry to hear ome more of such a gospel? The good LORD gave mo jusi me ngui dear there T .n't mil voii how of McComb City are to u noble all. God bleaa theml Wednesday we left our cousin..' hospitaof ua ble roo; how reluctantly we nono Oh, called to say "good-bye- ." koew, till it wa a wrench, to tetr ourwlvei Uet' " a otfcio p g bump" with the engineer upon hi locomotive for about 23 mile. It wa almost terrible to a novice, who had neyer been there before. I can't describe tho mingled and fear that come like a shower bath upjn one's nerve, In mounting such a fiery steed. My rejpect for an engineer , grew apice dnrlng that furlou ride. every one, are thee englno driver, though common enough in this land. No money would tempt me to undertake a tnik so full of death-riWhoever cicipei, ho goe under; when his eogino rear like a war horae in n collision, or got over and over when It (lie the track. In rarecae a lucky jump may save lifo, but in most accoual we read, "Ihe engineer and fireman wrra both killed " Yet they reem to enjoy their perilous pol, and the fauiillir and knowing touch they give the throttle valve lever and I good lo Iook at. Like the exquisite manipulation of a skillful rider "feeling" his horjo'.i moutti with curb and rein, and knowing exactly what lo do. It takes long practice lo perfect both. And there murt be a ort of gift nbout It, as in all eiae; for there are engineer and engineerr; ai ri iler and rider. Oir enslnctir, one of the boil on the road, I wa told, treated in moat courleouily, rubbing carefully with a hand ful of "waits" the real where Marie wa placed, let the tiblquitoin grraro of her oleaginous surrounding rhould roil her drew; and doing the other honor of hi limited realm with kindly grace. Then the bell tapped and away we "nent with a rhriek and a roar and a rattle," a Dicken says. I remember, distinctly, I was glad to get off the engine, when we halted long enough to make Ihe transfer and have no desire to repent the experience. Bat whenever I hear of of a strike for better wage, by Ihe "Grand Junction, Ebentrer Association of Consolidated Kagina Driver," I heartily wiah they may carry their point. Going north from McComb we paathro' Jackson, the capital, once more; to me alway ensanguined with the rad memory of mv aarllest, best, truest friend. I could think of nothing eles from the time its cap-lldome loomrd up till we left It; darkening after the uoel, like a sombre rehearsal of tho dear life that faded out 25 years ago, and vanished into the night, leaving olbtrs behind who prayed to die, so bitter, wa the anguish of being left alone.. For a long while the stricken wife stood on the crumbling vergi of madness, and to thi day "a widow Indeed," mourning her firat, last, only love, with a tender grief that time has only softened, not eradicated. We ran on 40 mile further to Durant wb.re we left the main stem and took the branch road to Kosciusko, 21 mile eastward Arriving at D. about 8:30 r m , we found that the choice between getting up at 3:25 the next morning for the regular K. train, or wailing till 11 for a local freight. t don't take auch a lot of sleepy head a we have in this troupe long to decide that question. So we went to bed, and the next day boarded the freight. It wa a trltle over three hour behind time and we lost our dinner on thi lag ging line. Hut we had our nlght'rf reit, whloh wa far mora important. Kind Jno. Butt, once of Lincoln county, Ky , met us ai ini- - siauon ami uin me no nor o: hi adopted State right gracefully. Ilia folks live near Hustonvillo to thi day I re member when I wa a l'rebyterlnn parjon, uniting hi brother Ambrose in marriage to Mir OweoR, the daughter of one of my elders. Of course meeting au old Kentuck-ia- n made uj feel quite at home and in a day or two wo found out cioro Kentuckiam, which made in foal imrs at homo still. I): Lapdey McKee, of Din villi), ha a living ehtor in thi oitaty Mrs. Djdd. And another ruler, Mr. Here, la buried in Kotcuisko cetnatery, after long living in Miaeisdppi. Ttiev both wont to school t my dear mother half a cnturv or nnre ago; and knsiv ma in mr childlio) I. Most plearant, as all know it ii, thin ti uuei old friend in a strange I tod. Oar Grit ctre after roicliinj fie In' el wa to examine our tr.ttiUi, wiicb. j lial not oponod since the drenching rain at Mo Comb. Drucker "did us proud," and no mistake Not a drop got imidd. E refilling "dry ai a bone" and unlnjurei. Our little traveling bjautlo ; Joy of porten and delight of the troupe, aiuce weanlnj from He-rotk ol we-ha- think shall b OARHARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. from all be more I havo yet Lancatter. Gen. Simon Uolhvar Buckner is in town this morning. Rev. W. O. Goodloe, formerly of th's place, now of Mt. Sterling, preached at the Presbyterian churoh Sunday morning and evening, It i Lawyer Louis Landram now, if you please. The young man went to Dan villa Thursday to be examined and return ed with the necessary "pipers" that evrn-in- g. to the Democratic State Convention. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 T Erf I" CREAM - V1 II y !. OP THE LINCOLN J Utln lAtnilltnt 1S,U- - LAND 111 COMPANY. All paraons bavin? debti ajalnst tho Lincoln . . t nra panniuiH.l ... W. Alcorn at omce In Stanford, Ky. i'rcildent. JAS. O.UIVKS3, may! tbr niijh'y Sua'Ksu i well tho lest, aid J am propared pat -- stoid r, "BeW Again on tho Centra', in an express train, steamiug away northward for our new des tination. Going to New Orleans we had the light of a full moon making gloriou shadows through Iho forest of longleaved pine. Speeding norlh, tLe Bame charming of ride through eeemiiwly boundlm vistas under a cloudless sky, tho;)inuiimw. and the slanting raft, of a acting sun, I can hardlr y which wa tliu more charming. I, iing don Marie, Haoer and I "took a any. to endorse of Cincmnatl, a an hooaU trunk-makewho bai more than fulfilled hia pledge to me I confiled everythfug to him and he ald at the lime, "Mr. Bunas, you don't know it, hut you have gone the best road to getting a good trunk, I'll put you up a better job for trusting ma than For let ma tell you know unything about you, though I am glvlnsr awiy 'the tride,' that It i the oasiet thing in the wjri to cheat a tn:n Ina trunk. No mtuufacture, aurh an end'e uiHrgiti of in which there difference, ai in the etock, thu wu put In 1 trunks You shall not loie anything in trusting me, sir" I want to acknowledge my gratitude to Mr. Drucker for a good job and truth telliug, We remained at the Kalley House four days, mot delightfully ontettained. evening wife, Coin in Judie and I and Marie and came to Judge Campbell' George to Mr. Wad JHarvef's, to enjoy private-bou;hospitality for the rest of the meeting and leeti expjnses somewhat. I Yei-terd- ay Kosciusko has about 1,500 inhabitant; prettily situated on a lot of hillocks, in the pine wood. Still in reach of a pine-kno- t, which to me of late ia the embodiment of cheery comfort and hearty welcome. The Photographer, Ojr dear friend Slater, Rose Richard, ree to it that our mails follow us promptly, having taken the troupe under her es s pecial care in this line. What a treasure she is to htr wandering charges and what a HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. lot of trouble she gladly takes to keep u happy I God bleas hei! Ever in Jesus, George M. Givens has returned again Gko. O. IUbnep. from Atlanta. He sold hia stock, bat re- Iam dally opening an .lacant line of Fall Millinery, including all SowEnairr Items. Hiram 8. Goccb, of ports a dull market. L, C. Alcorn and wife, from Danville, The Latest Novelties of the Season. Lincoln county, and Miss Nannie Grabill were here some days. "Wink's" health Alao Notion, tuch u Handkerchief!, Collar were married at the residence of Andrew Cults Rucnlng, CorieU, You Grabill. During the pastorate of Rev. seems to be steadily improving and he and And me at the room latelyBustle, etc. fiml-la- y vacated by will looks happy. & Warren, next door to the Hytn ilouta. Jno. It. James of 15 month here and at jC2-2KATE DVJtDJSUM. We had on Saturday about the heayi-ea- t Bornside, there have bren added to his rainfall of the season. The blizzard church by letter, relation and baptiam, 150, 1 struck u in the afternoon and put in good TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and a church debtof $360 ha been lime during the night and through Sunday. Murphy sold to Aba Wolf 17 This to certify that Mr. Jacob Ottenhelmer The waters have prevailed to such an head of cattle at $37 per head, and 37 head no longer connected with the Lincoln;' Land of hog at $1 CO per head. A number of extent for several days a to preyent moat Co., that he Is not authorized to contract tor the our enterprising citizen have associated people from coming to town. Hence bo Company, or receive mooay for the aam, or to Incur any obligation in the name ot the Company, themselves together to form a joint stock great amount of business is being transact or in any way to act or the earn. ed. company for the purpose of establishing a o. z,. Ann, G, W. Itan's case has developed as Prosldant Lincoln Land Co. factory at thi place. So far the subscriptyphoid fever. His sister and slater In law New York, Dec. 11, 1630. 1M. tion haye reached $2,200 and nn iron foundary ha been suggested, though a fac- reached this place from West Virginia on ! tory of wooden articles may yet be adopted Saturday. Abner Chenault died this mornWe are opening the most carefully selected, tho ing. a more feasible and more profitable, finest and beat stock of We have a pretty general clamor for a Valuable Seal Eitate and Store Booms. PIAXOS AND ORGANS war with Great Britain. This probably Executor ol Lewis Baecher, who judging from hi past prows to eome extent out of the fact that forA sale, on easr terms, Y. Phlll pi, dee'd, I ofler Ever brought to this city. Every lnstiument 1 the following r.il ntn in an artist and near the growing town ot Lancaster, Garrard the pride oflower tnan and prices range from 10 to can extract about as much consolation out the dividends from the pension bureau gi-- e 25 percent, other dealers ask for the county. Kentucky: eatuo goods Persons ol musical and art culture of it a anybody, eaid in his sermon last evidence that military service is a good inon Public Square ol sild One Brick Store-rooare Invited to an Inspection of the beautiful, cultl- ... luwu, nut urau us a ,ml wrt n A.1 .wuonuun. Sunday: "If a man bjlievua in the old idea vestment. tuc.D h1.. iaivu. isuun ,.A Bilil arll.l itaalmi. One frame Store-roo.lavuciuaui .Iiaha lea on the Public Snuire. cow ki. brated Inttrumonu: uspd as a lamlly grocery room. ho i a candidate for a luna of hull Store-rooon Utchmond Streot, near Pubrt In obedience to a joint resolution licTwo tic asylum. He hag got to give up hi Kunl.c, tho FaSquare, one now used as a Millinery Store, the Tho as With Christ or hi hell. Men are rescued and adopted by tho general aseerubly, Governor otherblock an Undertaking establishment. ground mous Decker & Soil, the I'oimlar Evwill be sold it desired a lot of this sayed by the voluntary suffering .of love, Knott ha ieeued hi proclamation naming adjoining. erett andllio Itclial.le Xew England Une rarra with house and other nccessry and the idet i inconsistent with the old Saturday, April 2, a "Arbor Day," when l'lanos, the Uxlngton Turnpike, i miles 137 acres. idea of a God of vengeauce. The revised it is hoped everybody will plant him a lit- irom Lincaster.'of acres, Ono Farm ol U0 3, miles from Lancaster, near tho Lexington Pike, unimproved, with bouse The Celebrated Olough and Warren and bible has left hell pretty much out, and, tle tree, either ornamental or useful. and necessary outbul dlnxs. the John Ohurch & Oo. Organs, A movement la ou foot in Cnrietiin ha nut in sbeol and hades. Thi doe) not One farm, unimproved, 3 miles from Lancaster, the of 73 acres. put nut the idea of future punhlitnent I county to build a number of turnpikes and Ky., onaho a Lexington Turnpike Gilbert's Cnvk. Flense coumunliato Itli us for catalogues, term .'C acres on tract of And nd prices. beliuvo in that but the old machinery and a funJ of SS0.00O has been raised for that about 4 ulles from Lancaster. N. II. Xi Jj. .7. COOK, Spetlal Ag'ts, As executor, I desire to sell all this property. Stanford, Ky, purpose. John O. Latham, Jr., the wealthy I am empowered by the will to make dreds to It, method of punishment nre given up." Or T.O'.E P.. I.ICHAP.D, A Duo cbanre Is now offoici to those desiring Toung banker of New York, a native of homes or Investments A. It. Penny, Sirs. E. M. CarpenreferencesYoung Mr. Fair, sou of Ssnator Fair, of Christian county, leads off with a eubrcrip-lio- n For lull particulars address my Attorney, H. T. ter, J. M. Philips, J. 1. Moore and James Beat-leNoel, Lancaster, Ky,. or thn undersigned at StanStanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes. Crab OrchNivudt, can boast of the most expensive of $50,000. ford. Ky. ard; Hen. W.J. Landram &ud Mlra Llizlo Huffdrunk on rrcord when he tried lo rhoot 200 3m. Kxocutor. man, Laucast-r- , Ky. Down in Eit Tennessee a man named Pace, of California, because Newman wa engaged lo move n widow tho latter refined to take a drink with him. and her family, and while doing ro and Young Fjir had been promised n cool jEsLa while a young daughter of the woman wis if he would go for a year without with him on the wagon Heat a fiend eprang drinking, nnd had scored up rereu months from the roadide and fired two shots from TAixmt, of the allottod time, but the temptation to hi gun, killing Newman and the girl in go on a tear that would cost a round mil- ntantly. Eppa, the fellow who did the I have received and still receiving lion was too glittering for his little mind, deed, then fled and 100 men started in purand he fell. suit, resolved (o burn him alive when Luly ''You have house tor renl?'1 Real caught. Comprising tne best in the market, which will b An elderly widower, who lived near estate agent "Yeej here is one list of about Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country 150." Luly "Di you think you can give Memphis, took advantage of a me one that will null nit?" Real estate girl and under threat of death prevented Give 3Io Trial. aent ''MaiUm, I don't beliove I can, but her telling her parent?. Finding herself paMibly I cau give you one that will suit cncicntc and knowing that further conceal nient wa out of the question, she went to IMteburp; Diepatch. vour husband." the man and without the least warning fired Tne Pacific Owan contain 80,000.000 fivbehots into his body, three after he hid equara mile, which U twice the fliza of (he fallen, killing him inatantly. She wa Atlintic, four time tho size of the Indian, lodged in jail, but will be acquitted, ua he eight thnoi the elzj of the Southern and Id should be. At Columbia, S. O., five itineraut holt timed the eiz of the Arctic. These five bidioi of water contain 155,000,000 square neaa evangelist from the North, three men and two women, who fraternized with miles of water. and gave offense by dsnouncing ihe Tlib u'e of Ihe Kail of rattlesnake i auain Catholics a well a alljclergymen arid by warmly ured by AI, Koolcky, of Austria, slandering ladic of Columbia, were taken He aaeerta ua an antidote for snake bite. by a mob of about 100 etudenta from their Ii:A.XiI31tirt IK that caw and dot; in the lnt stage of the TiIiiMicnl lodging hou?e, dragged with n ropo around Iriigfl, H'all Paper, Wines, powon recover iintueJhtely on tho remedy liinuor Uookt, Inhtrucuieulfli CheuiltalH, the streets for two hour in the rain, until biinj administered. UiKarH, Stationery, 1'ocuel PainUs, the women were eihniHted, being subjected Auuiii'cuM, miur,y( noitpM, (jug, "If misfortune overtaken you, saiile," ad at the name titan to crie ol 'lynch them," Perfumery, liiuniis, port of missiles. vleesapiet. Tnat' all well enough, but and being pelted with all Needle. suppoau misfortune overiukea you in a They were then put on a train and sent V. strictly prohibition towa? f Burliauton North without being permitted to get their clothing or effect from their lodging bouse. Free I'ref. At the solicitation of friends Mr It. II. llf romlinson ha concluded to withdraw from the rco for reprefentative. Mr. Tomlinson had quite a strong following, but thinks he is doing the best for hi party by hi withLEXING-TON.KY- . drawal. Mr. Alex Djty met with quite a pain ful accident a few days ago. While in the loft of hi stable shoveling some corn, he lKfjfmr,ttrf lost his balance and fell a distance of several feel, sprainiog hi arm and bruising him "Eyery sack guarantpd:toglro sitlsfsctlon'Sa up considerably. Col. D. R. Collier has gone to Chattanooga on a visit to relatives. Misses Lizzie. AND Sireauey and Lula Coaires went to Louie-vill- o Mouday to remain several weeks. Col. ! SALE B. M.Burdc'.t and wife leave on Tuesday Havlo; renUd the stable on Depot street, I am morning for a stay of several month at prepared to train acd brnak hones on reasonable Killarney, Florida. terms. County Court day trade solicited. JO UX Ml. VAUVEXTKll, At the sale of the droVsr'.y of the late Stanfoid, Ky Jonc L. Adams last Thursday the home tract of land, containing 510 acres, was rold PEARSON & CLARK, to George Higginbotham at $50 per acre, realizing $25,500 The personal property brought something over $2,500. One jack sold for $705; a buggy mare for $145 and LEXINGTON, KY. other stock in proportion. Jamea Rose was jailed here last week, 12 Jfc 11 West IVInln charged with having committed a rape on 203.6m the person of Mahala Burnaide, a respect WATT COCIISAM. ble colored woman, who live. near Bryants WOOD WALLACE. ville. The woman claims that Roie met COCHRAN, her in the road and drawing his pistol com pelled her to comply with hia demands GENTS' FURNISHERS, Rose is about 25 years of age and bears a SI3, 4th Streot, bad reputation. He will have hi examin- - ing trial on Wednesday, before Judgo Walker. m tfnwTf t wsr. AYHK. Notary Public. f AYRES & GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 J Fifth Street, Rooms 3 and 5, Cromlo Block. (100-ly- Livery, Training, Feed, For Sale at a Bargain. Stanford, lVe de.IrblorojIJencowlth.8Ten romi and a rcrr porch-Weof water at tho door; stable, ac. About an acra of ground In tbn lot. For terms, dc, apply to It. G. A l,FO It D, Ki' Agent for J. E. Allord. Ky.. ll Ii0flff 'or Palely In STABLE 203-Gt- SraWCOJK J3 JIOTJBF MT. VEHNON, KY. TbU old and Hotel 1 still maintaining Its fine reputation Clurget reaionablo. Special attention to the trarellng public. well-knom Wholesale Grocers Jt. x: AJEIFCOMB, Pro', Mt. Vernon, Ky. Street. WALLACES, El. II. FOX, - - - LOUISVILLE, I&G-t- KY. Danville, Ky. MIIilillJERY. Frames Made to Oraer; PIANOS! liqui-dated.-B- 1 men WZXBJ FOB HAJLE porter. y World-rcnoivnc- y, j.at.i'iixi.ii's. 131-l- $1,-000,- C jna;ciiAiT New Goods for Fall and Winter, M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. Genuine O. ftnlts inl$ulk at WJioIe.salc ami retail. rJ!-tf"'- s- WSU- - -- rr "m"! ' tZSZTWrtfrntmrn, m n n gi nnilWtp 'WUfl jl-- jgT ; it - "3 - ""7 -- j . jj - 11 - ; MttBfJk&SltVSXSSTSKMW IPJ ww.l.MH.lfCTII'ailpgS SimMffleeMfi Stanfoid, riy., $nimor$oratl March 1, 1887 ;i fi without effect. Mlsa Annie Curtis, of Kensee, had the measles and a cold water bath waa administered aa a remedy. It threw her into conW. P. WALTON. vulsions and she died in a short timo. A young woman of Norfolk, Va., who waa blind from cataract, took the advice of The country can breatho freer. That abominable eleal, the pauper pension bill, an old negro woman, put a drop of molas-te- a is dead in the Houee of ita friends, tboueh in each eye every day, and waa com pletely cured. So saya a local paper. it was not killed by that overwhelming majority that it should hare been. In fact The wind storm which raged furiously contained hero Sunday, did much damage in various Yesterday's Gnirier-Journa- l the majority, made up of republicans and We parts of the State. Two steamboats wcro less than adcian linea of editorial. 3S renegade democrats, waa in its favor, suppose Mr. Watterson has gotten tired of sunk at Louisville, 110 feet of the Exposifortunately for the country it takes a but criticixipg the administration and is collect- tion building was blown down and many s majority to override the objecing hia thoughts for another meteoric dis- other lesser damages occurred. tions o( the executive to n bill. The vote play of some kind. The bill to establish experimental stastood 175 against to 125 for sustaining the tions at the agricultural colleges in the veto. Randall and that other old fraud, Call For Committee Meeting. The lollowltiR tllng lorth tout of raj;r!iriiit haa passed the House under who has mado some reputation &s an objecthe good lhlDikrpt tiy The members of the Democratic County diflerent States of the rules. It has already tor to email appropriations, Holman, of In Committee are requested to meet in the of- suspension is worth $15,000 diana, voted with the majority to rob the 1 o'clock passed the Senate. This fice of the Interior Journal at p:r annum to the Stale College or Univerfjr the millions would come princi South, next Monday, March 7m, to consider Impally from her, aa what she contributes portant matters. A full meeting is earnest- sity at Lexington. When Robertson attempted to take the does not return to her as in tho North. ly desired. J. E. Lynn, Ch'm. Speaker's chair in the Indiana Senate there Gen. Bragg, of Wisconsin, made a spirited NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. was a knock down and drag out performargument against the bill end endeared MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. ance, in which he went out in a double himself lo the whole country by hia efforts comWalter Center, recently married, to stem the proposed unparnlelled raid quick from the force of tbe doorkeeper's mitted suicide in Taylor county. I havo a l&rjo nnd carofullj solooted On the original parage of the bill the Sen lino ofl'ookot nnd Table Cutlory. At Btltimore a candy manufactory hands, which held him by the seat of his The statement has been going the rounds pants. Smith still presides over the body. Xtarlr crtrjbody llkn gooJ Sorghum. I hate ate was practically unanimous for it and went up in smoke. had promised that if he valued at $200,000 the hut. Try It. Tho Legislature of Tennessco haa passthe flouee voted ISO to 70 in ita favor. In that Dr. Standiford of West Virginia will The governor l'lnk Cottagr Honry, t pare i ben ran is choien U. 8. Senator he will proceed to ed a bill granting a pension to all Confedthe face of sjch a majority it took no orthe legislature March 4'.h. nukf, notrln itork. havo developed the mineral and other redinary inau to rise to the importance of tho I ran irelj ity that I hare tha The Louisville Medical College turn- erate soldiers of that Stale who lost both itry hut sources of the State, have railroads built, iflfftlon of Tanned d'ooili. arms or legs In actual service. An am end-meoccasion and say "No such bill shall became ed out G3 young sawbones Friday last. Ac. We were at a lota to know how a SenMy 1'rMfrt n and Jams are jmt P was adopted including the State' j tb beat a law with my consoat," but Mr. Cleveland John Barnard, for the murder of a neator could fulfill such promises, until readraekeri cf thote artlrln, soldiers who havo suOered liko is no ordinary man, He is every inch as gro man, got IS years at Bardstown Friday. Federal I deitr those who hato brtn IrouMtJ with ing hia admiriblo letter in which bo eays: bravo and us bald aa Andrew Jactcson was bad l.ard to try mine I am nllllag to take The President has declared that tbere, losses nnd who aro not pensioned by tho "I have sold many bonds to Eistcrn capibark Mf rj pound that doeia't alie tho roott and tbe country owes him a debt of gratila no need of a special pension of the Sen- general government. rectalists, and all the bonds I ever sold or entire iatltfartlon. A Pulaski county desperado named ate. tude which it can only repay by a unaniI has l.lrna.TiHTr nnd Mixed Drans, llouloy, ommended are worth a premium to day. I Snow at St. Johnsbjrg, Vt , hai block- - Bill Parsons, who boasted that ho bad killmous renomination for president and a Oat Meat, Shrcddrd Oati, Macaroni, I'lrkWi In believe if the people of Kentucky would ed the railroads anH in eom9 plicea is five ed six men in bis time, died himself with practically unanimous Hulk, Ilonry and many other thlnga. nhleh I honor me with tho position of Senator It feet deep. ran not mention hero-cT- try hia boots on Friday. In a row with Owen artlclo Ant-rla- i. in Virginia recently our route would greatly strengthen me with Eistern Whim Jamea Christnan, of Wayne, in eaid to Mullaney, another bad man, at Greenwood I oflor aevarnl Conl Vmei nnd my lay through Uavoyer county, and ner tho capitalist?, and by personal representations have cleared a cool 103,000 ia a real ho was ahot to death, after he had gotten in atock of Coul Buolietknt Coat- old homestead where tbe first fifteen years and proof of the immense value of hidden transaction in Iowa. several harmless shota at hia antagonist. T.H. WALTON. of our happy childhood were paeaed, Paci- wealth of the State, as well as demonstratThe countv levT of Montcomery haa The House recently declared that a Mark liar J. n, lit.. uf M .n.i, .'lo, Clerk. ng the court-houswo observed many old ing to them the profitablo returns which been fixed at 40 cents on tbe $100; railriad yacaccy cxited in a contested election cse friends of former days getting on the train they would receive from their inveatmenti, tax 37 centa and poll $3. from the 21 Rhode Wand district and C. H. and after a hearty nbako and joyful saluta- I would then fully be enabled to bring cap Gov. Lee haa issued his proclamation Pdiue. a democrat, was elected. He took tion with each, we asked tbe occasion of ital Into the State." The doctor is an excel- calling an extra session of the Virginia his seat Friday, amid the npplaute of the and lent man and it may pay our people to their It was court-daLegislature on the 10th of March. democratic members. Mr. Paige will be a most of tho men had been down to servo on well his claims and fitne. to succeed Stonewall Jackson was convictod in Congressman for ten days and Is the first the grand jury. The Bervice had required Senator Beck. theU. 8. Court atLouiaville for aelling democrat from Rhode Island who haa held in ell I eta than half a day and we learned kindly mention made of us by nuwhissy without licence and giscn a term in a seat in that body for 31 yeara. Tin that but one case was brought bafora it, merous Kentucky papers in connection with jail. The Board of Managers of the Fieed- that of a negro charged with breaking into a recent visit to Washington, places ua unA U. 8. Judge at New York holds that man'a Aid Society hai disapproved the aca smoke house, but not enough evidence der additional obligations to as true and aa the Knights of Labor are actionable for tion of the Chattanooga University in exwaa presented to warrant tho finding of an noble a bund aa ever weilded a power greater damages when they order and enforce a cluding colored students, and boa requested No murder .has occurred than the sword. But for our Innate modes- boycott. indictment. the faculty to reclnd ita orders by which there for years and the criminal court ty and a knowledge that the dear fellows Bradley claims that 37 counties have they are excluded. Prof. Calkins, of the meets and adjourns frequently without a are, in this instance at least, swayed by a Instructed their delegates to vote for him university, who refused to accept the profcase. That's the kind of a country we too great kindness of heart, we would re- for Governor in the Republican State Con- fered hand of a colored minister, haa been came from, gentlemen, and very fully ac- produce their articles so that others who 'veation. , requested to resign. It is announced that a vein of iron counts for the fact that we are "as mild a do not read their papers might see how well Young Eoglish, a son of the vice presmannered man as ever cut a throat or we are thought of whero we are least known. ore, sixteen feet thick and yielding C2J idential candidate with Hancock, waa arat Tusper cent, of metal, has been struck scuttled a ship." We can never forget the tokens of appreciarested just aa he waa going aboard a steamcaloosa, Ala. er at New York for Europe, on a charge by BrEAKiNO of Senator Harris' two repub- tions tendered by Brethren Woods, of the 2:i2 FOITH'JLII AVEXUE, Gov. MoCreary was in the Speaker's a widow named Case, formerly of Indianlican votes and Buckner's failure to vote Frankfort Capital, Richardson, of the Glaschair Friday when the Houso went into a apolis, who saya the young man reduced j, Keller, of the Carlisle Mcr-unHarrodabn rg Democrat says: "Gen. Buck gow a Committee of the Whole on the Naval Ap- her under promise of marriage and procured an abortion on her. All of ncr did not vote at all for 15 years or more, Bosley, of the Winchester Sun, Lisle, of the propriation bill. which should be a warning to younr end Backner'd friends claim that during part of Winchester Democrat, Green and Tipton, of 8ix boys, whose oges ranged from 12 old to "Bevare of yidders." the Richmond Eegislcr, and a whole lot of this time he was disfranchised by the Fedto 15 years, were run down and killed by a eral government and another part he was others. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT T. passenger train on tho Lahigh Valley road, F.S.-FI- NE living in Louisville. Bat there were severGOODS Aztzr frittering away three months of near Easton, Pa. Judge R. J. Brecxinridge has returned al years at least, during which he lived at good time, the West Virginia legislature Tom Carroll and Dennis McCarthy, from an absence of several days in Louishis Hart county home and refused to cast a adjourned without electing a successor to section hands on the Cincinnati Southern, ville. vote and lenl hia support to struggling Senator Camden. The final voto stood Mra. Hawkins, of Frankfort, is visiting were run over and billed by an exprca democracy, and it has not been claimed Camden 39; Gofi SI and thereat scattering. ber mother, Mrs. Green Clay Smith, at tho train near Ludlow. that the record exists of his ever having The democrats had it in their power to Mr. Cart and her two children, resid- Clemens Houso, and other friends. deposited a billot for tbe party of hia elect, but were too jickasaical to do so. The Djnvillo Literary Club waa entering at Holbrook, Arizono, while driving in choice while living in Louisville. Indeed The governor will appoint a Senator till country, were overtaken by a blizztrd tained Friday night by Mr. J. A. Quien the Doalor In- Senator Harris accused him of having vo- the meeting of the next legislature, and as berry, when "Tho Interstate Commerco and frozen to death. ted but three limes since tho war. Aa be he is a democrat wo may expect a democrat Tbe President has signed the bill ap- Bill" was dicusjd. twean tlie twi mcnm the record busir.ew, appointment Cjimden'a connection with the Gen. Ca5iw M C'ay, republican e, propriating $147000 aa indemnity for Iom we think Senator Ilarria has decidedly the Standard Oil Company killed hia prospects for Governor, spoke at the court subjects at Rock by Cliine.'u ouflered beet of tte argument. for houee Friday evening. He made a good Spring", Wy., during tho riots. apeech from hia ctandpotnt, his criticisms honored GEJ?.WoLFORDr who haa been Tub Glasgow jYcuj is not given lo mine An electric headlight, in use on the ing worda as the following paragraph will by tbe democracy to say tho least to his Lake Shore road, ia eald to bo to brilliant of tha Hewit. Rivecue bill being pungent show: ' Gdii. Wolford war one of tbe two full deserts, can now retire to the shades of that a newspaper can be read in its raya and amusini;. A euchio pirty given by Misi Emma Kentucky democratic Congressman who vo- private life without ono regret from the thrown adiatanceof twomilee. Crw W Weioegar, Friday night, waa attended , masses, who think that the pension busl-n- es AVM. 3I."VVA'rj:UM.HiilHitiiiii. ted for that beautiful mosaic of Iegiala-tionTwo freight trains collided nor has already run riot enough, without ton, Iowa. Frand McKay was killed and by Miivci Mary 13. Fisher, Effie Cooper, There is an imtbe Peneion-bill- . pression hfloat thnt Gen. Wolford doepn't having that Gigantic fraud, the pauper pen- Elmer Bright and John Martin were eeri Battle Dillion, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cecil, care a continental whether or not he repre- sion bill, inflicted upon ua He and blath- ously injured and 60 cars were demolished. Messra. C. R. Anderson, B. F. Phillips, W, erskite Taulbee voted to pas3 it over the consents the wishes of hia George Peel waa convicted of involun- B.Thomas and D. T. Fr.ckler The Junction City llcraUl, publi lied stituency, and this vote certainly looks like preeident'd yeto, and went to make up tho tary manslaughter at Nichoiasyille and givit. Under no circumstances will Colonel six alleged democrats from tbe South who en three yeara. He belonga to a fine fami- at Somerset, haa changed ita namo to tbo It ia also pubWolfoni ever again receive the political did. ly and has always bourne a good reputa PoAiMfon Herald nnd whilo lished at Somerset trlea to make the unsowho Hon- support of Birreu county." And the same Or the six demucratic candidates Tho Texas Senate, by a vote of 21 to 8, phisticated think it is "horned" every week may be said of Lincoln if we read the wish to serve the dear people as lieutenant From a casual glance at passed a prohibatory amendment to the at Jurction City signs aright. governor, Senator Samel E Hill, of Hartconstitution, which will be eubmitted to tho the laat number your young man concludes Later reports from the great earthquake ford, seems to have the bulge at present. people on the first Thursday in August that Brer Hansford imagines that be is doin Italy chow that over 2,000 peoplD per He is very favorably ppoken of by ail who uext. ing something toward the equclching of the tKjT ik PTjaT Mre. Logan has selected the center of ished by the calamity and millions of prop- know him as a man of ability, integrity and "drink fiend," whoever that ia. worth and one who haa done his duty both the circle of tbe north end of South Park, erty were destroyed. Hoping to find safety Tbe Grand Jury on Friday returned at least to dio, if needs be in a good place, in war and peace. He waa a gallant Feder- Chicago, for a burial place for herself and an indictment againat Charles Henderson soldier and rose from a private to a cap- Gen. Logan, and a site for the monument took refuge in al 300 people in Bij-irdand a confederate named Beauregard for a church, but a subsequent shock demolish- taincy and since tbe war has filled the full to Gen, Logan. conapiracy and robbing. It ia charged that The mcaiuro of good citizenship. ed the building and all perished. The Collector of CustomaatNew York the defendants on the 20th day of Septemscenes of confusion anil death, graphically The leadera of the republican party are reports tbe receipt of $10,250,000 customa ber, 1881, did feloniously combine, confeddescribed in tho cble dispatches, are much disguited at the way Billy Bradley duea from Feb. 1 to 21, inclusive. The re erate and conspire together to rob and did Ii still lelling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement tha. enough to curdle one'a blood, even ihouuh hnB stocked tbe cards on them and ate ceipts for six months, closing Morch 1, exrob Dr. J. B. Burk, of Boyle county, of is destined to make It much more popular than it has ever boen. it baa juit contemphted the Charleston kicking vigorously against tbe counties ceed $70,000,000. tbe sum of $0,840. The trial has been Iret Don't buy a pump until you see tho BUCKET ELEVATOR, and"for lout-tin- g Down in Ballard county laat week terriblo aa it wa. horror, Banding instructed delegates. In tbe meanwith bond for $4,000 boxes buy the SECTION CUTTEB. JEWEL and ECONOMIST and multiplied and for March 14th prox., three women increased Beauregard has never been arrested, RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. A.R. Dyciie, of the London Echo will time Billy's friends go on securing county eight babiea between each. a fair count shone ihiptbe Leader plant, which he haa just after county tor him, till now the question other twins, The trial of the negroes, David and Alfred . Also a general lino of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Limo, Cement Flue'til-ing- , of his nomination ia no longer debatable. them. Two had triplets and tbe &o. Graham and Mark Crittendon, for killing purchased, to Barbourville, whero he will ) nu.mn and all are living. of the Jfeus, March But a nice little storm is gathering in the Frank Burns, ia to take place Friday. W. B. McKINNEY. begin the publication AUUUSTWElDINOr.il. f Louisville Is the healthiest of the 1C if signs go for anything. Judge Morrow appointed Messra O. II. 11. He flutes that one of the beat writers paity, larger cities of the Union. Ita death rate in the S.ate haa been employed to do the Gen. Fitzudoii Lee, governor of Vir last year waa only 15 to the 1,000, while in Rodes and J, W, Yerkes to defend the accused men. editorial work on it and aa a consequence ginia, whom the people of that State fairly New Orleans it waB 23, Cincinnati 23, ChiRELIGIOUS. brMlo with the latest and idoliz, ia said to have the will contntly cago 10, and so on, beat nowf. bee buuing in hia bonnet, and that hia reBrother Barnea writes to Misa Rose Speaker Carliale ia reported aa saying cent visit in the Northwest was for the purRicharda to forward hia mall till further Those who care to see the VauZuidt that the Treasury needa more fortifications woman, who has been making herself such pose of mending hia fences. Cleveland and than anything elee in thla country; a re- orders to Homna, Terre Bonne Pariah, and one Louisiana. a, fool after the condemned anarchist, Spies, Leo would make a splendid ticket mark that adds another proof that he is that would Hweep the country liko a cy- poweesed of old horse aenee. Rev. 11 Allen Tuppar haa bjen CRD do H3 in porfect war reprejentationn, clone. to deliver the American Baptist Pubof cloudmakes the total count which will now be exhibited at tho leading beginning of the yer, lication Society addresa at the anniversary raised a row with the first Nina tnuaeuuiB. It ia stated that Frank Siddall, the man ed days, since the concern thnt attempted it and sued out an who made his fortune out of soap, haa in- thirty two. The rainfall during this peri-o- d in Minneapolis, Minn., May 20. Moo ly and Sankey, the Evange Ma Injunction, but the courts havo just disaolv creased hia offer for Maud S. to $125,000. has equaled that of the last six months are to have built for tbem in Chicago by of 20th. ed it. In all of Siddall'd extensive advertising the of 1880. Louisville post , a building costing $250,-00The Oaio la 54 feet and rising at Cin- wealthy reddenta, Kinaaa republicans are eternally worda "Don't be a clam" appear, but for Tub which they will wrestle with the in Is also on a tear, down on St. John, tho prohibition apostle or.ee we had rather be a clam than to oiler cinnati. The Mississippi infesting that city and conduct day by the legiila that much for a hone that ia liable to lie being within a few inches of tbe very high wickedness and allowed it the other ita course are a echool for the training of christian work-erf- . along turo changing the name of a county that down and die with tbe colic or botta any- mark, and dwellers frightened at ita probablo coniequences. , . time, onco proud to bs called after him. wis two-thirde plored Congress not to yield to tho demand) of "deusrtera, coffao coolera and bounty j'lmpira'and bankrupt the treasury and country by pissin;' the pauper psnsion bill. Thoceneral was in 50 battlas In defense of the Union and upoks as a true soldier. 8ld he: ' It is only the class of goallemen who hang around the Grand Army Posts, who crowd themselves in to get $5 a week and to live upon their cotnudea, who are making this grand huo and cry. Tho soldier prefers to stand by hia record, and asks not that Congress shall intrk him aa a beggar. He wants it understood that he is in private life, aa he waa In the army, a soldier fight ing for the maintenince of the Union, loving his country and not asking to be sup ported by it. Why, look at the effect-ThConfederate soldiers, without home, are toiling, day by day, and exhibiting a thrift, industry and energy never expected of them, while the Northern man, the indet, the industrious, pendent, the the energetic and tho enterprising, lags behind into idleness. Why? Because he is waiting for his stipend to come from tbe Government, and when that stipend cornea it is spent quickly, and if bo comes from a he lapses back into the position and waits for another stipend." self-relianpoor-hous- Gen Biuaa, may his tribe Increase, im- Private Watchman Huklll nhot a neThe republicans of the Senate chews the fiery ttraaahopper from Kansas, Ingalla, aa gro named Dan Taylor severely, at LexingSpoakor of tho body to succeed John Sher- ton, and waa himself ahot at three times man, resigned. The democrat nominated Senator Harris, of Tennessee, but unfortunately lacked a vote or two of electiug him. There are only 11 banks In the whole Stato of Arkansas, which has 77 counties. Men with more money than they know what to do with might investigate with a view of setting up a few. Kansas has a bank for each of ita 87 counties. H 5 V' k H XBJ,L1NE HEAD V T. R. WALTON, nt v m ea-ta- e y con-eid- WALSH, THE TAILOK, IOUISVIL,IJE, EXCLUSIVELY. J 4 A, after-ward- Joe . -- Wmim V- - csn-didat- e Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. MAIN STREET, .... STANFORD. KY. f1 long-sufferin- OLIVER PLOWS! dl& W. II. 11IGGH1XS ( i rAl Wall Paper, Furniture, To-da- y Cases, Gaskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. B:. WKARKItf, Stanford. Y i . mM"Jii iiiwtl.i ""iaw Wxfci.im..!.. MKHWIIimjIB The house and contents of Etrnest WooiIh near Paint Lick burned Low $2,000; no insurance. MARRIAGES. Sunday. Stanford, Ky-- - March 1, 1887 B. O. WALTOM, - DunlnoBB Managor. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall Dn. Alcohn in hi latter to the Adioeale mentions Mr. M. G. Thompson as a ble candidate for the legislature. tol The Lancaster ladle have decided to train going North. 2 10 ' Boutn " lilbr.H. W. K. Houm, our worthy blacksmith, Eiprm train" Bouth.................... 1 14 a, m does not wish his name confounded with ' Norb... ...... 2 U A. M ' ' Ths kjto It calculated oo standard time, Holar that of the fellow who is adulterating Crab -- r.u. defer the presentation of the Ctntata here until later in the season, we regret to sty. skilt tout 20 minute taster LOCAL NOTICES. Orchard ealts. SiiEiurr Menefee's delinquent tax list & L. B. Hurt, of Columbia, and Miss Ilattie Bosley, of Lebanon, were married on the 23J. Mr Hurt is a leading citizoo and one of the most enterprising merchants of his town and we congratulate him on winning the love of a woman in every way worthy of him. Judge R. U. Gray, of White county, Ark., was putting on his wedding attire, preparatory to being mtrried to Mtsj Nannie Patty, when he complained ol a pain in his right arm, called for water, which he drank, and lying down upon a bed, immediately expired. DEATHS. F. F. Sandidge, cf thia county, sold a fancy, bay, saddle mare in the combination aalo at Lexington for $355, The combination horse sale at at Lex ington resulted in 655 head passing under the hammer at a grand total of $200,730 Jenkins & Hinea have bought of Hen ry J.Johnson, of Warren county, 12 head of mules, 4 years old, nnd hands high for $1,200. A. L, Hudson & Son, cf Delaware, bought of Monroe Leer, a car load of year ling mules at $70 and a jtck for $700 Paris News. E.S.Powell, of the West End bought at the Lexington sales Ericsson, Jr., black P OSIOXVJBE. Y ILRES Nou-ralgi- a, fk ball fix xa Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, Hay Fovor Cold, Doafnoss if tho Drums of the Ears raw, IS lttVvW& V Granulated ,and Weak Eyes, Ulceration of the Lungs, roliof is immediate and cure aro not dostroyod. stallion, foaled 1870, by Ericason; dam by pormanont. For Bronchial, j The widow of tho lato Col. A. O. Bodock, son of Old Pilot, for $305. Will Morcland bought the bay gelding Hodges, late of Kentucky, died at Olney, and Lung Hay Fever, HI., aged 78. Kurt, 3 years old, for $210, and J. O. Eu Two Lincoln county men struck the A five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. banks the brown stallion Talmage, 4 years combination for arrears of pensions last tho "Dobellator" bo used, al old, at the Lexington sales, for $4 GO. y week: Messrs. J. J. McKinney and N. J. Henderson Bstigh, of nighlanj, died The Lexington papers say that F. M. of a disease like croup. Smith, the former getting $1,300 and the so for Chronic Catarrh. i Milton Burch, recently appointed post- Towell, of Hiisionville, bought Lidy Prln-gle- , latter $2,000. A Hater'. a four year-old- , at the eales there for Kon)i.to!, Kr., Not. 19, W. Itrv. It. II, Jtivcrn, It, D,, saum The Commercial Hotel at McKinney has master at Georgetown, died Saturday of $1W), meaning A oomi'Letk "tock of Jewelry, latest I lake great pleaaaro In recommending your I hare been a rufTerer from I'hthltlc (Asthma) Florence Yowell, no doubt. consumption, aged 35. An eflort will be ityle. 1 lock ford watchea ft apecialty. Pen- changed hands several times in the last made to have his widow appointed his sucA fine jack, valued at $800, the proper- for n number of yrara, and could find nothing Carbolic Smoko Ball, baring had occasion to um week. J. W. Adami sold it to T. C. JasIt for a cold. I found It both pleasant and effect-ltny A McAllnter. rellere mo. Three cessor, ty of Capt. R. B. Teri.ll, laid down in a that would enllrrlrCarbolic Smoke Ball, months cleaning my head, tnroit and bronchial and it haa ago I procured the per for $2,000 and he subiequcntlv disposCol. Bury Taylor died at Georgetown branch of water about five persohalT inches in depth nerer filled to give lnitant relief. EetlJcs e ubes; rtnJcrlng my voice clear and atrong. It aled of it to Will George at the time price. Sunday, after a lingering Illness. He was and for some cause was unable to so rcllered my wile of eoro throat In a-- Tery short from Fhthlrlc, It haa greatly lmproreJ rise, and -- Mn J. K. Dhuck 1i quiie ill. Respectfully, time. my general health. Ji, If. RIVERS, Tjie body of Ben Djrman, who was a son of the late Col. James Taylor, of was drowned. Richmond Register. Wallace Qutkiiie Is Yialting his pa drowned about three weeks ago in the Ken Newport, and a brother-i- n law of Colonel Paator Broadway M. E. Ckurch MIti. WM. SHANiCUN. A. W. Bowling & Son eold to G. W. rent in Uayle, Cbab OacitaaD, Ky August 17, 1830. tucky river, wm washed aihore Bunday Thomas L Jones. Goodpaster, of Montgomery connly, 41 Alifci Ki.la Smiley, ol DAnrllle, is up I hare been sffllcltJ with Citarrh for ten years, and when I ordered your Carbolic Sjioko Ball some Mrs. Cath Bailey received a telegram feeders, average weight 1,150 pounds, at near Hickman His body was not disfigtwo weeks sgo I had contracted a Tery deep cold; my chest was filled with palu, an I my head waj so on a yiit to frini In. ured and his watch and gun, which wm yesterday announcing the death of her at $4.15 and eold to J. O. Embry aud Hen-r- y topped up I couM scarcely breathe. After using tho "Bill" two weeki according to direction!, I am Amo;.'(I the nick rtro Mine Llccie law, Mr. Harrison Bailey, at her buckled to him, were still on his person. Smith 39 cattle, averaging 1,200 pounde, entirely well of the cold, the pains hare left my chest, and I feel bott'r thin for jears, I belle re tho UaiWj and McKinney, home in Shelby county. Deceased was a at $4.23.-r- Ml. Carbolic 8raoke Ball la the grandost remedy known for colds and citirrb, and cheerlully recommend Sterling Sentinel. Mi-Mii.DitED Lewis haa returnrd n. II. BRONAUdll. Itespcclfully, It toercry icrainallllcled. There are always one other time and most estimable christian woman, loved by John Burks sold to II. H. Burks 30 331JT3Jl.lL,A.TOTlS31. from i vi-- lt to her aunt at lukvillc. H3IOIC33 3.VXj11i circumstance which beats tho present oc all who knew her and almosf idolizad by head of cattle for 3 and 3 cents, amount VKSXV fc JlcA IjIHTEI:, AficntH, Stititortl, Ky. Miw anu.Muh T. J. F03TKU will live currencee, If we are to credit tho memories her immediate relatives. She was born in JONF.j k FUUlKlt, AgonU, Crab Orchard Ky. ing in the aggregate to very nearly $800. with their daughter, Mm. J. II. Mc A lifter. of the oldest inhabitants. Uncle Dud New Shelby county and her maiden name was Buck Pedigo bought 15 head of honea last Mn L. C. Ai.cortN acd hi beautiful land ay Cedar ('reek rva never higher C hilds. Monday, price3 paid ranging from $75 to Jittle hrid in here on it Vtort rlsit to reN Mr. AhnerClienault, who hR4 been ill nor did the wa'er eyer do more dsm $125. He aleo bought 0 muler, paying agn than in the recent freshet, save once in for feveral weeks of typhoid fever, breathed atires. from $75 to $125 for them. -- Glasgow (Cincinn'tti Now Orloans and Toxas Paolflo Railway.) J. IJ, Cook, deputy county clerk, U the 10 years he has lived on its bank. He his last yesterday morning at the home of Timea. M O Thompion, aged 'pending the wek with hi houiefolk at don't remember the year, but the occasion his brother-in-law- , to New Lancaster. Couiit. Yesterday was a Sliortc3t nnd is indollihly fixed in his mind. abiut IS rear. Hi hid bti. rscently re- fine HmtnnTillt. ono and consequently a large crowd JbJust, uiiOii, Miw Du LkkK. Huri'MAN .tad Annie turned from the Wst, and purchasing Mr. was in town. Business was fair and some Ditoiick Mrs. Ellen Alford, through T.J, Cook ptirled to NaaliTillo Foster's farm, was preparing to spend to flail 150 cuttle were ou the markot. One bunch r.er auorueys, neicn oc Htuiuy, tiled a pe the days of his dpclining yeirs in the land Mra. Jtobert (I LtIm CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. of 50 loo,; yearlings sold at $23.75; 32 head tition for divorod Friday against her husof his birth and in the qjiet enpyinjnt of Mil?. McC'UEAiiY, who U iu bid health, ItKAI) III". of scruba at $11 85. The average price was band, B. G, Alford, alleging abandonment ltB4I II OWN. his family, when inexhorable death came to has gone to O d Ilnt to recuperate until TRAINS bUUrtl. and a settled aversion to her. She prays in from 3 to 4 cents. Mules sold at from 1RAINSNOKTII. rudely tear aaiunder a happy household, the adptirninrnt of C)nirc". No, 7, Mu. 9. No. i. No. 4. No.G. No. 8. No.l. I Wo a. addition to a dtcree for allimony, a judg$125 to $150; a good many changed STATIONS. Dallr. Cait KlCHAimj is quite ill and dur- ment for $1,050, money of hers which came Mr. Chonault was twice married, the last Only a few plug horses, no good ones hands. Tally. Kr. duo. Dally. Dally. Dally. Ex. Sun Dally. Dally. offer time to Miss Thompson, who, with one ing his confinement II. G into Mr. Alford's keeping. She also prays ed. The pluga brought srom $10 to $C0 7 53 a ml 4 03 p m 8 10 p uii 7 53 a L'TO...('lncInnatl... .V'rvi G42pm10 23am a 41 a m 5 03pm child, survives him, and in thsir hour of i aMlntint; Mini Koee. Alford Georgetown . 10 02 am 7 05p m 1052 pm 1051 am ijupmi 7 n m 4 25 a ra 2 01 p ra for a restoration to the name she boro at 4 1nm 700am 4fi3am ,..' exuigvm 33 pu terrible bereavement they have tho sympa- Adam Catron sold to Gentry Bros., of 102? am 73 pm "p m 11 3iam W H. McKouinTu returned from Hot 11 41 p mil 51 g iu 3 81pm,1 G 27 a ui'fS 39 a in lOlptm KIcbolaaTlllr. the time ol her marriage to the defendant. 10 43 am !iu i in thy of eyery true heart. A member of the Boyle, a pair of aged mulea for $300. 12 28 p m Spring ywterday, creatly improTed. The 11 08 am 8 41 p m mm pm Uarrodsburg Junction.. 3 25pm t5 47 n 10 3 12 p m 5 82 a in 2 JO a m 12 12 pm 1120 am 8 83p iu 12 83am!l2 47pm uanTiile other Blanfard boy. Melctlf and Pazton, The directors of the Killer Mill Compa- Methodist Caurcb, a christian and a gentle ....Junction City 302 pm. 5 20am 245a in 12 01 pm 1133 am 910 p u it rs am t v pm AKW ADTrUTlSKMK.lTd. 10 42 am ..Klcgs Mountain -- ...' 3 23pm are still therr, hut newly ready to re- ny haye organiiid by electing Thomas J, man, Mr. Caeoault was highly esteemed UoOp'tn Ti'oa'm 9 50 a us 133 pm1... 2 27 n mi 4 20pm ........boinerset 10 43 am .... Foster president and J. S Hocker secreta- and in all of the walks of life demonstra6 30 a ml 7 30 10 00 pm 6 05 a m Oakdale turn. 3 S3 p m iu 825 a m 6 13 pm 7 iu pm 825 am . .....CUittanoo ga. Law licence has bean granted to Mr, ry, both of whom are to ecrve without com- ted his worth as a man. 12 50 am ,. ...Birmingham 5 10 p ml HANK STOCK! 1015 am iwt mi 9 52p m1 6 03 a ml Eulaw,.. . 911pm 620 am The death of Hugh L. Porter, which of Lancaster, who has pensation. Mr. Potts was chosen rupcrin Lewis W. Lindram, 12 30 a in, 0 40pm 7 40 pm ......Meridian 315a m 10 40 p m 7 33 ami not reached his nnjirity by aereral year. tsndent at $1,000 a year and step) were occurred at 10 o'clock Friday night at the 3 00am Three iharei Farmers National Bank Stock for ...New Orleans 800pm He is a bright young man and a worthy taken for the immediate purchase of the home of his father, Robert L. Porter, while ale. Apply atlWTKMOR JooaHAL efflce. If cot 12 55 a in ......... Meridian 233 am old prtrately before, will be Mid at auction 7 SO am .Vicksburg .... 73)p m new machinery. The only drawback now not unexpected, waa a surprise to his friends County chip of the old block. Court day at 11 o'clock on the public 6 43 pm ,.....JJbraTeport. . 15 am 1' Junction 7 50 am ...I 7 10 p m Miss Ida PnEwrrr, of the College fac- is the absence of a permanent water sup- who had no idea that the end was so near. qu"o- .....T. ir. 1: ulty, who has been miflerin from a nerr-ou- s ply, but it is thought that this can be rem A few short years ago, when he came to HMt. For Owner. No. 9 laaret Oakdale dallr ozcspt Similar, at ' U i. Arrirlng at Uaaltun'Dg at S.15. No. 8 learot Chattanooga at 3.00. if., arriving at O it Ule at G 40 r, u. affection, was taken by her uncle, Mr. edied with an outlay of less than $500. An town to enter business, be was a robust acd w. s. rowxToa. Mann Boudoir Bullet Sleeping Cirs on all thru igh trains. bowin o. vox. W. r. Tate, to the home of her parents in order wts made for the payment by the hearty youth, apparently destined to a JOHN C. OA.ULT, Qen'l Maniger, H. 'OLM5IUN, (len'l Fit. A Pas. Agt stockholder of 25 per cent, of their sub long and useful life, but tho fell destroyer, JeflersonTllle, Ind., a few days ago. IL CAltKOLL, Uoa'l SupL It. X. IU'AN, Asit. Qcu'l Krt. A I'asi. Agent. Superintendent. Bomerset, Ky. W. W. WEIA8, Mn. IinioiiT Fxiwell left yesterday ecription by tho 15th intt. They can place consumption, marked him for his own, and LIVERY General Offices, 8t. Paul BulUlng, West Fourth Strojt, Ciaclniutl, Oslo. to watch K:tjn'n distillery in Pulaski counthe money within that time to the credit ol claimed him ere ho reached his 20th birth day. His strict attention to their interests ty, He U a whole team m a politician and Mr. Foster in the First National Bank. SALE AND FEED STABLES won for him a high place in tho esteem of if the people in that section aro not already this issue the Inteihoii Joun-n- al his employers and his With N. W. Cor. Main and Fourth Stresta, modest and gentledemocrats they may prepare to become so. enters upon its 10:h year, 12 and more manly demeanor inide him of Stanford, popular with DANY1XI.E, - KENTUCKY. Mies Ellen Ballou, of which have been under the present man (daughter of Elder Joseph Billou) was agement. Its subscription list is larger young and old, a fact which was fully dem New Btible, New Horcs, onstrated by the v ry large concouree of cial attention to Commercial New Vehicles. Spehere thin week and engaged to tike charm1 Moa. 20G.U. than it has ever enjiyed and iU advertising town and country friends which gathered of the uiuic cIam in the college. Bbe will patronage is about alt it can carry and do Sunday to fohow his body to tho tomb. At bein her work nnt week. Somerset ili readers juitlce. If our good friends, tho his home, Elder John Bill Gibson read a advertiser!, continue to encroach on our chapter and spike a few words of comfort to Mus M. D HuoiiKd, Mrs. T. A. 15:-All pirsocs are notified not to pats through our space, there will ba nothing left us but to weeping relatives and friends and then the premises without special permission, as wo will and Misnoa Mary Ibblnxon and Mollio enlarge, a proposition that wj have been remains wero taken to enforce the law agslnst those who do. the old burying-grounDurdett were over from Lancaster Friday considering for some time. At no time has on tho late William Logan's farm, J. II. JIIIjIjEH, arranging to givo our people the benefit of the paper been so thoroughly a newspaper and laid away. Eight yeara It ECU, ago Hugh a rendition of thu cantata, which wa 2CI If. BUnlord, Ky. aa at present. Evarv item save twi small gave his WAS heart intj the keeping of hid Mas. and highly de i'itr lo lare ones in our last imie waa either straight Ut acd jj.ned the Christian Church here. lighted atulienrw. DF asnews or original matter, and this is near Hie f.iith suataiued him iu his long illness L0CATilAfTER3r ly up to that standard. And still we are and two weeks since he told hia All persons arc requested not to pass through father and not proud. We may be, howoycr, when wo mother that he must die; that he had no my premise without sp.wl.il pjrm'iulon. Ihoso Mew gArdan seod t A. A. Warreu's. di don a new dress, and let out a tuck all fears of dctth, but on tho contrary hailed it who fall to comply with this request will b dealt with by law. will lecture at tho Bap- around, as cou'.tm plated in the near fu- with a pleasure, Col Dmiike tempered only by the VEVTOS E.11UHEV. on prohibition. lure. tist church at 7.J10 P. 8 I offer my WTcral Lots In town and subthought of a spp.irathn from them and the (205 td) P. E. Ir we were not a firm believer in the others that he held dear. He exhorted urbs lor sale. Halt and Coal. Will pell 7 bushel bar- eternal iiromnen of the bible and took no (hum to live so that the parting would not rels of salt nt $150. Coal always on hand. MACK BIlUCE'rt stock in the Ingersoll theory of its author- be eternal, but all tho happier, beyond the Isaac Hamilton, Upland ship, we should certainty have come to the skies, for their short separation. The loss Plkafk, pleate, pleate, plcae, please, conclusion Saturday that the statcmenti of a good and dutiful boy is a sad afUiction, Buggy & Implement House. cuno of pleaje, pleam, please, please, please, please, which we read in Genesis, that the but the grieving parents can praise God PLEASE sottle. Owsley A Craig. world shall no more be destroyed by fljod, in (heir sorrow for the sweet consolation Hud a NO. 5 CHAMPION, I haie now to fool the unwary and get all Tiie magistrates meet with the county was intendeddrowned again, and gone to that their example and training prepared tho people him for an eternal life of joy at His right A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills and tlio of court next Monday to lay tho county levy, building an ark, climbing the Court House hand. othor Agricultural Implomonts, ho fixed at tho present which will likely cupola, or something of the kind. The plows We LAM), STOCK AND CHOP Besides a rate, 20 ceuta on tho $100. rain came down in sheets and the St, I ides anil Hams wanted at T. K. Wal-to- full Lineol Buggies and Wagons one We can A HOK9E hitched to n buggy Atili raced and roared with creator fmr -S-'a. to a colored man, got scared at the train than we ever saw it. Numerous houses Always on hand. In connection with my Ita a Wo Fine 2 year old jtck for ale. Henry an Sunday no I dashed down Lincsster street, along its banks were entirely surrounded i plement business, I will also carry a the vehicle and breaking it in and the poor occupants suffered both incon- Ihuchman. overturning Coiuploto Stock of Lumber, wo -- Fifty ton of hay ready biled, for sale a hundred pieces. venience and bodily discomfort. A large Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as John Bright, Stanford. The young people enioyed a candy pull- crowd stood along its banks several hours For Sale Some nice clover hay for Low uh any one. Friday night, glr-e- a aud it reminded,oneo( the interest displaying at Mr. J. W. Ibut'fl cowa. Apply to a. 1, Stace. I solicit asharoof your, patronage, Respectfully, honor of Jack'd ddul into society. ed in Cincinnati and Louisville when the in Took Hnbble eold to Gentry Brothers The young nun is now at liberty to spark Ohio proceeds to get on a tear. X. JI. lillVCE. 5 mules 15 hauli high at $105. any girl ho choso3. Simon Bolli-vaFixino ma Fences Gen. For Sale. 8 mulea and 10 milk cows. Buckner wai here Sunday and made V. W. and S, E. O ley, Bright, Ky. J. S. Bcrns, who is charged with robAt Kiv. Dt. Ouerrant'a revival, tt bing the iiu'iIb at Richmond, says that he quite a favorable impression oa all he mat, friends have rethat hu made no confession. Oa the contrary, It appaancarry he and hisinto Africa and Jacksonville, there were CI professions. ! ! the war A good Jack for sale. he stoutly allirme his innocence. "Courier-Journa- l. solved to DKALBK8 ItT sincere- will attempt to secure some votea in the Apply to R II. Bronaugh, Cra Orchard, For his family's sake we Harris has been count- Ky. Drugs, Books, Stationory and ly hope he will be able to ettablish it. He eection that Senator GARRARD OIRODIT COURT. him, A few of the Kedd & Biother bought in Fayette 200 been indicted by the U. 8. grand jury. ing on as solid for has C. UKeTlusAOtheri, runuy mi uwua. Pl'Ifr a?ilnitJa mes A. admirers mat with him in caucus at fat hoga at 1 to 4 and a lot of etock hogi Collier, Ac, Defts., Consolidated cjvmIo Equity . sayg the occupa- his room at night to decide upon a plan of at $110 of a judgment of the Oarrard Cir In nnrsuance Marshal Newland Physicians' prestripilons atcurately compouuded, cuit Court rendered at IU January term, 1SS7. u Also tion of tho night marauders U almost entire action. Wo have taken- - it that Lincoln Foil Salts, A iplendld milk cow and the alxjTe styled cosas, the undersigned Master I J ft VllA. Commissioner of Oarrard Circuit Court, will on ly gone since the birrooms clossd. He has will instruct for Senator Harris, for varioua a young calf, Terms reasonable. . K. make an arrest for reasons, including a desire to ba neighborly. Barrow, Stanford. not been compelled to SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1SS7, several week and nays that a drunken The general has some warm friends here, S. II. Biughman traded a stallion and on thu premises sell tbo lands of JamoslA. Collier, The Largest Stook of "Watches, Olooka, man is now a rarity here, although he however, and they may endoavor to do three of hid weanlings to John K. Bnugh-tu- an mentioned In the pleading of adore styled casta, Jewelry and Silverware and described as follows: Bllnated In Oarrard knows of 30 bottles of whisky that came something for him. He spoko yesterday for a fine raca mare, receiving about County, Ky , on Poor Hid go I'lko, adjoins tho than inoianuaoi wm. iarwr ana omersana mown as Rrer bought to this market Prices Ijwor KeId 500 for the stallion. up from Rowland on a certain night, to a large audlenco at Lancaster. tbnAles: Collier land . the Lowest. Watchea, Clocks and Jewelry Tbettlrst tract contains SI Acrcn and the palreil on short notice and Warranted. to the inquiry, "Is it true that respons Our old stand by, Squire Murphy, says life ra ate of said Jamca A. Collier, In same will Cait. Delni's freight train jumped the Senator Harris charged you in a speech at thut utiles1) the prache were killed by be firs t sold; I will thon sell the fee almplo tltlo ol Patch, Saturday night, track netr Ilnol aero tract. The snap, the chances are good for a aaid Collier In tho ltO ImproTed, watered land Nicholasville with cowardice in the surrenis Ann larmlng land, well and but no damage resulted savo the breaking In a high state of cultivation, aud the two tr acts der of Fort Donelson?" "Oh no," replied Goo crop of them and all other fruit. adjoin each other. of Bevernl trucks. In assisting in gottlng the general "though he inveighed considerJ. II. Hocker and George Peyton have TEIIM8: The purchaser will bo required to exethe cars in shape, Section Master Connlde ably againBt my generalship, to which I just exchanged deeds, the latter giving a cute bouds, payable to Master Commissioner In 6 tearing G SfiTaN Ever Made. was struck on the head by a chain w'ulch have only to reply that I do not consider homo and lutiu Junction City and $150 and 12 months, 'with approred security,having tbo percent. Interest from da to until paid, Kftnft rrnols onln TVtftlwafvAtir.nAti onm nP rnhh couL TTlA Vlhll BRAND BLICKEPj broko and rebounded hurting him constd him competent from his connection with for 40 acres of the old Garvin farm, with ita iorcoanJ effect ol ajudgmont, with lien retained Lit4XUr3 Willi tt)4 4U)f ii absotately the ( keep you Jff"?J on land for tho purcnaso money. Fosscstlon given aniiiTi! moor, nnJ will kannnthpUrv iu ntir tare lePCPUOCl mtr !.. I,A !. fall tiiiiVJku .iifttuan.l TXAPB MARK. If erablv. Thu express was delayed four or tho army to criticize any man's military improvements. Mr. Hocker asks us to say on U.it of sale. ! " "'"" ;?,."" f4iJ 1'IIAISO j. b i.Ml A J. Kn1fnr1'TrlPtlvwPHtAMguirrt imllifivo triw"nimwirtn". Klt;g.l""VL",Mii record." that the Junction City property is for sale, 205 td. CEO. liENXV, U, C. G. C. C. accident. fivo houra by the LANiniCTJi'a (tardea McAlUter'a, Ask your jrrocer for the Cincinnati Ba king Co. ' crackcra and cake. W A to n ra nnd Jewelry repaired on nhor aotice and warranted by Penny A McAlia r. IIonteiw, Attention. leaded Cart, ridgw, all aitM of nhot, at Penny A Mc Seed at Penny has been reduced 30 odd n&mei since it appeared in this ptp:r, which proves that ad vertising pays even a sheriff. Throat Sit-urda- troubles and must e, reller-lngm- sis-ler-- in 8, bo-f-r- Qaeeii and Crescent Route. Quickest Line sou in Texas, Orleans, Florida, soutii West. 1 I 111 1 a 1 .. ivaltox, DOWNION A FOX, PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! Its-port- kiu tly irj. giii '- - OSTEJ33. Wo have much the largest slock 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 farmers in want Plows for breaking or any that will do better work, n other rough ground will Plow all Plows for such work, they aro almost and have various kind of indestructible. suit any that will at all kinds of prices. investigation. have few giye our assortment will sell at very low prices. Sulky Plows WEAKEN & MENEFEE. PHARMACISTS, r Commissioner's Sale PMBy& ITAIilM (s JEWELERS. Valuable Land gen-eral'- d 1 WFWSs AsMaMsHraBMBstrnsaas .' hS22S$ OLIUIVUli a ai-- v ; '"""' iti h'?' . , - u ' . -. i l W "I'lUj1 ' J.PLUJSBL1 'II PUSH IT. 'l'sWmM-WWIMLL- L I J U' ' 'U WUll IIIEW T ' TlTrW -- "T w . - rij,-f WW.- "TV t T. Stnii-SHeeMolitleriar ' V. $ourhat ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Wrltton for the Ixraaioa ONLY A Jooihal DREAM. - 8poars,neua,S " McKinney, .75; THE TIIOKOTJnilllKKn jW7. f?V0rV. A friend wishes to ask if on the fence during the wai? Harris wasn't Dr. Divis received a check for 16,050 Friday to pay off the teachers cf the county. The day operator from this place went down to the waahout Wednesday night and bad in an office till the track was clear Pat Welch and Rab Newcoinb had a healed disouasion a few evenings since and received a slight cut came to blows. in the left cheek from a knife in Rob's-hands-. The following lines are supposed tol an answer to a young lady who wrote to her loven "Our days have been sweet and bllstful; but henceforth we can be .no psora than friends. Talnk of the put as only a dream." The words thyself hast spoken, Oar bonds of lore are rtveo, U lve back each cherished token That I havo to lh given, Forget tbe lore plsdged fondly, Yowa once our dearest theme; The past aye! s&all bs only A dream, a drum, a dreamt True! our Htm have bsen blissful. All music and sunshine: Oht hearts shall long be wistful for days like mine and thins. Hut they are gone; lei's kindly Await the morrow's gleam; Tho past Is only only A dreaui aUreim i dreaui! Pt fn ',M Charles Caildew' examining (rial for Bull at god pilcis delvtrcxl at weaning time. killing Brownlow Pownaeud at Pine Hill a II Col-ye- r 180-- tl Ky. few days since came up before Judge Tho world will yet adore theo, Saturday and tha defendant was held to Andprlzo thee fara wnlle, And perchance bring belore mi answer in the uoi of $300. The bond not E. H. BUHNSIDE, Some other eyes to a mile; being made he was remanded to jail, So be it but whon lonely, A mnitll ripple of excitement wsb cte Woll - Known One day thy Ufa shall mm, mtmr TliiQ Old ' l1 lAiiifUiKt fi " Uuliasi.i.e .... ated here last Friday equine when some Sigh not: "Would It wore only Still Maintains its ifcwwif till ntwwiwiin,niLAu nf ' ' 1 v A dream a dream a dream!" otoe reported that P. T. Birnum was on the High Roputation, Crab Orchard, Ky. Hour L. Davis. it 'oon subsided Saulh bound train; thomh AND Thlst powder naTtr varies. A marvslol purity, strength and wholewmonw. 'More economical when same person said he was on the hunt, Its Proprietor is Dotorained that Western Emigration. than the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold LKAVIK.. IIOTII competlton with the multitude of low tret .shon it Shn.ll bo rJeooad to no Country for his museum, for a' freight conductor who Tho movement wes'ward during the coming weight alum or phosphate pJ'rs. Holdonly In Hotel in tho 8Uto in its Pure, year rrouilscs to be the largest ever known In the IIoyalBakino 1'oitdm cons, I.Ol I.SVIJM.i; A OIXC'IMVATI, waB never known to grumble. Appointments, or Atten106 Wall Street, New York Garrard blsUryof emigration, and in anticipation ol the T T Wallace returned from Dally, secures to travelers tion to Comfort of season's business tbe Ohio A Mliatailppl Hallway Thursday. Miss Cleo Williams returned has placed on sale roanl-tri- p their Oaesti. tickets to a large Friday from a pleasant visit to Crab Or number of western points at very low rates In or THE RAPID SERVICE ItMaaae nlll be eoaveyed to and frou the I chard. Mrs. Angle Poynter is but little der to afford uu opportunity to look at the land IIOJK MO. 3, VflllTK. free of charge. Special aeeommodatloas MAl.VST., ltlCliao.M) KV. 12 acres Fishing Creek SI 10 Aker, John W . is up from Gar- belore purchasing. to Commercial Travelers. The liar will batter. James Croucher Ever attempted between tho great commercial always sspplied with the eholrest C) " 1 30 " Africa oi excursion! will bs run during the Apple, Wm. B. " theOhts Rl vi and hlniijo, aud hence rard far a few days visit. Sim'l Brown, ecsson conducted by agent of th Gnipiny. B. braedsof Llgiorsaid Claars. th tautest time and most c i nfonatile Ualna lm Bee Lick '32 A 'id 3 93 Adirns,DarldASon875" twrrn all rv'inls In theAoiifs, or to the ll'eit who has been braking on the main stem This Ilnepiys sptxtsl attentl in to colony- or em- Rutin, LancejM. hrallO" Hs&Ing Creek tor a good Table 85 and Aortlnri'Ht rheiouuterisrt ofthls trsln I so'.d dally trains fron eince the strike, is at home for a short time. igration bualneis, Collins, Mallnda hra. 133" Oreen Hirer 2 65 And clean acd well furnished rooms, this Hotel on all trunk lima Is denominated 77n .fluff-e- t has no superior. Good Minnie rooms attach!. we F?jrircsn. The aiirb rolling S3ASO C 45 ' 95 August a man left a dark bay Cincinnati to 8t. Lou.lt on which all classes ot Dye, EmtlyC. List :ul-l- y s;lv patrons t'nllmltril Vomort. tUTRates 82 00 per day. tickets go through without chin.? of cars, giving Donnelley, Thoi. 10) " Buck Cieck ' ' 1 85 OC. t all .'oiiKn llcket Oiacv in the hk)Utli KENTUCKY ruare at the stable connected with the New-com- b the holder tho best of accommoiatlons. .1 Delaney, Jemima 230 " you will find nur lime tables and tlckety Jlo-tos2 00 B. B Hotel under suspicious circumstan wet .Uiilloit and stick to .Vfoiion, If The Company Is constantly adding rfew futures Denny, Ballnger 1 45 70 " " LOUIS SL'KLlHiEL, btlanca you wsnt to save money and have a pleanl Jourcec A few days since Sheriff White re for tho comfort of Its pitrohs movlnj West and Delaney, Catherine 100 " Ho Mam's Mill '83.C 1 25 ney. K O MrCORMlCK, 300 4 13 (ieueral PaaeenKer A Rent. Cnicsjo. Fishing Creek "iIIiieUriiNN ceived a letter from W. S. Mabin, Wilmore, It Is anticipated thU tho new line ol free chair Ellison, Geo. B. City llcki t Aeents and omcrrs-E- . placed ia sjrflca la tlmafortbo spring 103 " Uoldim's Mill Robt. D. 3 80 Jessamine county, making inquiries tot cars will be A. Ill IK. nur, 2i7 4th Ave., Liiulavllle, Ky. Shortest and Qniokest Routo RICHMOND. KKXTL'CKV. from Oon buslnets. Groenburgb, Wm. 20 " Highland 2 15 IT) Vina si , Cincinnati, () I. M ToaiKXt-K-, Thursday that gentle such an animal. tral Kentuoky to all Points North, 1 41 Information In regard to location and price of Gou", John P. 51 Buck Crook '31-- 8 43 " " 73 ', '35 b East, West and Southwest. man arrived here with proper proof of hia weatern lands, rates for pAiseuier tickets and Hlatt, Ben A. Photographs in all styles and sizos. 1 45 IVst Line lletweeii CORPORATION NOTICE! proprietorship and upon paying charges freight, time ol trains, A j., to all .points, roar be Hughes, M. Allen 13" Waineaburg 83 " near EuUnks 2 40 obtained br calling on or a Mreuln- - C Vf. Plats, Harris, John W, took the mare and left for home. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Howard, Montgomery 100 a Buck Creek '35-3 15 LLII.VOTOX A A 43 W Passenger Atent, ATI lit it Jinovn Yjur London correspondent is correct Central Cioclnoatl, O. O. M. Railway, Water Colors. " '85-- 3 ti Harris, Goo. W. 53 tcree " 4th Bt 1. That II. S. Wlthrrs.T. J. luster, (i. A LackSchedule In KfTett Msy 16, 1M. Uarrls Margarett 60 40 when he says a candidate's "fool friends" ey, S. 11. Shanks, Porestus Reld slid W. (i. Welch Newdeslgasln Frames an I Mils at very Ion That is a Fact Harris, J. Craig 30 2 CO 83 C often cauee more damage than good to their have aMmrlatrd themselves tojrth r and formed a (201-lPrices. 5) You can not pick up a copy of a paper without Harris, Wm. U. 4 69 I Iso.S, Ho. 4" Son. corporation under the prun.ljnsof Coap,66, Gen. standard bearer's cause, by making fool re- reading the advertisement of a remedy that Is ad Htm, Johnson D. 210 Stat. Ky. Ij. Hon.' Dally Ex. Han etc . when it would be vertised to cure all the diseases in the catalogue. Ham, Mary ii marks, statement?, ii 90 JC DB. W. B. PSKNY, 2. The name cf the Incorporation is the ''Slsn-for- d i. i. it 80 heat for their c tne to keep their mouths Bat that Is at far as, the adrcrtlsement goes, A Karmey Vllhlh j jo 10 m. S 10 p a 2 W p m DENTIST, Roller Mill Compinv," and Its principal plsce "i. V:r Df remedy should be llko a person if put on trial-a- ble Marsh, A'ex. W. 107 '" Waynesburg '3S-- 3 1C rjtant'orrti closed. For inslKuce, a Madison man Borne IC until olcy- - ofbuslsrssStsnfurd, l.lm-olCounty, Kentucky. 70 a stranger Martin, farab A. 23 " Holdam's Mill '8J-to giro a recommendation It Is 3. Tbegeue.sl natuiaof the business la the pur- time ago made the remark that be could e ia n ta . i " 70 Leilngton " toyouand you want It identified. It may hare Mutln, Davidson 164 " 0 Pm)jllJ7J.a 6 10 pm chase end ssis of grain, the msnufature an J ssle buy the d n pauper county for a trifling alltheanpearanceof being good and yet be worth Mason, Martin bra 150 " Oreen River 2 70 of (tour and iusaI and tbe purchste and ale of Arr. E Winchester .... ISM b sum. The county is down in the so called less. The Carbolic Smoke Ball does this. It comes Melvtn.Jamea A wlfs IS) " Ottenhelm '31-- 6 3 26 ' " inJ coal, I ltleimnn I ; MiL, " " " 40 7 P" " pauper list, but our people are rather sensi- to you and says: "I wlllcure diseases of the bron- McQ ufley, Sall'y EiriTT 4 Thecsplulsteck la authorli'd to be IM.00O 123 " knob land '31-0 5 V. chial tubes, lungs," and then It holds Oaks, Jemima " Btanlord 8 00 p a I.. ... ..,. ,mm divided Into shares ol 830 each to he paid as the tive on that print, and don't cue to be told It up and throat and Padget, Mary C S5 " Kings Mountiln 1 C6 proTcs the statement truo by llrlng wit Lv. Rlchmbod -I 00 p la Directory msy determine and direct. of it too often even by their best friends. " 41 " Buck Creek '81-. 6 3 33 nesses whom you know. rVrea.... The Carbolic Smeke Polly, John B. lUnnl 9. Tbe corporal loi sbsll begin business Feb, 31, Arr. CO IJvlnjtoo.. " The Leader correspondent from this Ball hst tellerei hundreds In LoutsTllIe and Is ad- retreo. Roods A. 60 " " 137, end lenalnate 25. years thereafter. 80 place in his letter to last week's paper, ding to the lUt eve ry day, and we feel sale In giv- Prewltt, Warren 60 " Qreoa River 0. ThealUIrsof theCuupsny shsll be conducted Nouxu-UocmNO. I I No. II 100 " FUhlngCrMk W. M. ing 2 (U Offlue on Lancaster street, rext door to Ihtji-bionrrecomendatlono that people from abroad Md t, by a board ofsli directors, wqj shsll elect a to light) made mayItknow (which issue never came Office hours from t to 12 a JooaxALoBee. Rowland, Alfred .300 " Holdam's MU1 ol Its qualities. 6 Apostolic Guide. Secretary, Treasurer, tirlthcr office being K- - and I to 6 r. x. Aoedtbetloa administered when mention of n very pleasant visit to Stanford, " 1 00 neoesaary. " " Rent fro, James 24 S 00 a tall 164-- 1 vr. I Incompatible with tbe Olberr, and shall appoint Ls. IJvlofstoo. . " Iveree Russell, J. R. 300 " Mllledgevllle B 38 & week since. His cordial reception 'by sucli other officers and agents as msy be deemed Arr. Richmond .. II ! a wl... . Reynolds, VT. R. 103 " FlahIngCreekT83.4-- ; 7 16 the Intebiok JocuNAii force was greatly d Incorporators shall The Rowland NATIONAL BANK, luctwsiry. tbe first Board of Directors, and their Lve. Lencuur . Routeo, PlesLsaata 42 " 1 95 CITIZENS Buck Creek --"- : " constitute appreciated. Hia taking tea with Mr. W. OF1 30 Singleton, Martha 102 " Etibanks 00 am .... suereeoors shall be elect! on tbe 2nd Hsturdsy Arr. Richmond.- -, . . , and meeting his estimable wife was a pleasOF liAHOANTKB, KT. 1 00 SJumer, 'Franc II 1 10 pro, of January, U), and annual y at tbe same time Lve. Richmond . 03 a mi PEOPERTY FOB TAXES. 1 GO Arr. WlnehsUr... 3 10 pm 7 00 an 8terlawehi, W. V. 100 ant feature of hia trip. He saya that be Kings Mt. - - $135,000 00 thereafter. . arr By virtue of taxes dn an4 unpaid for the follow Stewart, Elizabeth, 244" Buek Creek I SOU an t 74 CAPITAL had been under the impression that he was 7. Tbe highest Indebtedness of the Company Lve. Leixleeton JT CO ing years from the persons named below I will Sutton, .Mary hra 1U Holdam's Mill TTSsn J pa shall at no Ume extwl SI 7, WO. after seeing the enera worker himself, but ur rarts S 10 P D, I 10 s u S 40 pm 6C Slngletonlncy hra 40 " Cany Fork 'JV6 This Bank solicits accounts of Individuals, firms " Cynthlana. 8 The private property ol corporators and P m 8 M a m 4 17 nu getic attaches of theT. J. office "he came ON MONDAY, MARCH 717H 1887. Shellsr. Otts " Falmeuth .. 4 47 P SSitO 03 a m 6 pm 1 II 49 " Ottenhelm and corporations. Its facilities for making col- stockholders shall b exempt from corporate debts II Arr.Cavlncjon 1 76 m II 10 a ml I 43 pm to the conclusion that ho was but a lounger County Court day expose to public sale before the Wadklns.SarahA. 4" South Fork '43 lections, In all parts of the United States, are un... FOSTER. T U.S. WirilKIl. C 00 91 " Buck Creek '83 laborers from Court House door In Stanford, Ky., for cash In Weaber.Wm.II. surpassed, and cu tomers are at IsJl times granted when compared with these 8. H SHANK. O.A.LACKEV, lATNVIMK HKANOII. Workyille on the head waters of Rush band the following property or so much thereof u Woods, Mary M, 50 " Uoldams Mill '85-- 0 1 CO any reasonable accommodatloas they see proper FORRSTl'd REID, W O WELCH ' 41 " " Warien, Wm. 1 76 '81 to ask. WebegtoolTer our services to tbe citipay said taxes and cost. Any one desiring to will 20.3 1m Feb 17ih,l97 creok. X. MEXEFEE, zens ol neighboring counties, without Banking J.Bherlff Lincoln T rTi.Al, pay on the property advertised can do so before TTo. Ii. Moaru-IiooriCharles C. Cjyle, after six months' Coanty. facilities, anJ assure them that any bustnees sent Ually IHIly lha day ot sale by paying oae dollar additional and IKi. Una. Kx. bun. us shall at all Hues bare prompt and faithful atthis ".home in cost of advertising the property, and a you do so from paralysis, died .at Bucklen'a Arnica Salre, tention. Lve Covlngtoo. this place Siturday morning, aped about your names will be withdrawn from this list: J oo p a Tbe beat Salve in the world lor Cuts. Bruises ;; Uxlngson... 7 23 a m, 4 M pa DIRECTOUrii BOOK HO. 1. WIIITJC, WEST XMD. 50. He was buried 8unday. For many ... 8 IS a m' a to p Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped ' , a ArrMlllersbura-..8 40 a m years he had been a prominent railroad' Bulla, Morgan, 7 acres on Green River 11.00; Uands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, Itlnn " Carlisle.... J. M. HIQUINBOTHAM, SOlsuilUpti " Johnson and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, I, LEWIS V. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALKER, construction boss and contractor nd 'had Florence, J. F., 1 acre at Turtorsv llle, II .35; 9 .a m ta o oo p m " Miysvllle. Frederick, M. J., 16 acres, Bonyville, J2.15; 80 a m 7 40 pa Is guaranteed to give perfect sallsfsctlon, or monoy J S. JOHNSON, J. W. L01AN, built roads in many States of .the Union, Gasttn, OeoM.,62 acres, Mllledievllle.'ai, '81, '83 refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by L, F. HUBBLE, T. M. ARNOLD, Tor6XT-Vo7JT-I-Hr and as far South as the city of Mexloo.frora nd Penny A McAllster. I B. O.MULLINS. Dally J03.8IMP30N, Ex. flun.lEi. Ban whence be returnsd'two years since after an Haler,iavldE., CO acres, Mlltedgeville, 1140; rrAaf Can Be Done ? absence of fire yean. He had many warm Inyart, May E, 27 seres on Qreen River, 75 cts; 8 Ma m'u Mpm OXJPXCJEUWt " Johnson Inyart, John R., 5 acres on Qreen River, '85 and By trying again and keeping up courage many MISIS Itlnni personal friends here. For nearly a year " Carlisle '88, SI 10; 2 2S n m things seemingly Impossible msy M. HIOGINBOniAJI.PREiT. he had not been able to utter a word en Inyart, B. 1, 51 acres on Green River, 'S3, '81, '85 Hundreds of hopeless cases ol Kidneybe attained. J. LEWIS V. LEAVELL, and Liver and '80, 86 55; acc;unt of his vocal organs being paralyzed. Complaint havo beo Icured by Electric BIttors, J. P. SANDIFER, CASHIER, Oovlnxton II SO a m a 00 n m SHaTaTHaTaHMHaH law of Mr. M. J. Mil- Jobcson, James A., II acres, Milled gcvllle, '83 and after everything else had been tried In vain. So B. F. IIUD30N, TELLER. He was a brothar-i88, SI.63; don't tblnk thore Is no cure for you, but try! Elec ler, of this place. Lane, O. P., lot at McKlnney, SI 95; tric Bitters. There Is no medlolneso safe, bo pure - Oae of the smoothest and moat pleasehester. koxlngton and Clntlunail, other tra ,D' Minor, Allle and Clay, II sores, Mllledgovlllo, and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters arudally except (Sunday. S2 55; ant writer we have ever had the plesaure will cure Dyspeala, Diabetes and all Diseases of ' n,!l ChessnrakoA Ohio for Mt. "' Winchester with .Sterling. Aahlsnd cf reading after in M T. Craft, formeily of Moore, La Fayette, 250 acres on Green River, '85 the Kidneys. Invaluable In aSoctiona of Stomach If you ArogolnCto any point WEST, Huntington. CLarta.ton.. w v. . NORTHWEST or SOUTHWEST, and '35, ti 05; ' vnd Liver, and overcome all Urinary DllScuItlea. ...(.ii- i.iriuui. the London Leadei, and if we mistake not Mitchell, VAC, 352 tnlio tho ucrosoi Green River, '83 and Large Bottles only 30 cents a bottla at Penny A Fast Line No.. S and 4 run via WlnnhatUr journalism in his forte. Laurel county and McAilaler. '86,8730; C?nleJ.1nr.',1,.n,'nW1"Ii,. ,LU""',n &r. the mountains greatly need a Jch a man at Manly, Ira, 2t acres, Mllledgevllle, 'M, 60 cents; dewL,h5ns!,od:t,t.hC0nJ V' "d H'DCb",' Excitement in Texas. the head of a democratic paper Since did Matsey, James, (0 acres on Gretn Rlrr, '85 and Great excitement has caused In the vicini'SO, SI 80; poring of the Leader eotre time since on ac Oldham, Rebecca, (Ohio &. Mississippi Hallway ) 0Q lot at Mllledgevllle, '85 ana '0 ty of Parts, Texas, by the remarkable recovery of compr.yl,,oTr,,lU," "' " " th. count of hit health we understand he ha Mr. J. K. Corley, who was so helpless he could not t 20; F. 11. MOIlflK. U.A.FHKI.KV. This Line has Two Dallr Express Trains nrrlr- - RMsX ' Contracted """ Scratches, turn In bed, or ratsi his head; overybody said bo improved to u considerable extent unit we, Sprlukles, Wm., 10 acrji, Mason Gip, St 55; Oen.l'aas. A sent. srav. rami. A sent. Ingm Ht. Louts liotirs In nt other lines, r Sprains. Muscles, wasdylng of Consumption. A trial bottle ol Dr. and giving our passengers adrann drat choice of seals In with minr others of this county, would be Singleton, IsiaoG., 4 acres. Green River, SI 73, K.,,fTf,NMU,e,ver.Ul'WOn''1' Eruptions, King's New Discovery was ssnt him. Finding re trains ol connecting lines In Union Depot, M. Rhenmatisci, Strains, Oencral tifflccs, Covington, Ky. glad to hive him agin in the newspaper Venaor Hicbel, 13 acres on Green River, 41 cts. Ixiuls, f rall)olnt tVest, Houtbwott and Nortli- - I' Bnrnfi Hoof All, Stitches, Waggoner, Thos. 41 acres on Green River, '3t, '85 lief, he bojghta large bottle and a box of Dr tvcsl with business, where he in so eminently Gtted to gc.ij. Scrow EtilfJoints, King's New Life Pills, and by tho time he bAd and 'f8, S0.20; Hoollnlnr; Ubnir I'nrlor Cars nnd Now ' 5.inB,' Worms, BacVache, shine as a bright journalistic etar. Wright, Geo. W , lot in Milleds'ivll e, '81, s3 and taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes ol the DisI jmcf KmlRrnnt BIcoplriR Cars Swlnney, Galls, covery he was well and had gained In flesh '86, BW5 1 xississiffi A half ttheel of the Echo was what the vailev oarFroo Bl&Si Saddlo Galls, Sores, pounds. Trial bottles ol this Great Dlacov Jjcader subicribsrs received here Friday in Wlcher, 0o, N 60 acres on Greeu River, S2 90 Piles. j Bunions, Spavin eryfor Consumption free at Penny A McAllalcrs Wllkerson, L. P., lot In MillodgevilJe, 'S3, S3.50. which a ehort paragraph informed them of Wright, Sural It , lot In Hustonrllle, SI. 13; Cracks. Corns, NOW Uao Green CouKh llalsim fur coughs and co Mr. To purchase a Farm in the West, Northwest or the Leader's discontinuance. They are feelIILACK MO. 1, WKIT KMD. THIS GOOD OLD STAND-B- Y ROUTE Southwest. Price SOc, For sale by Mclloberts A fetagg. ing a little sore over their treatment at the Bcazley, John, 25 acres, Boneyvllle, 83, accomplishes for everybody exactly "hat la claimed Tbe lllcbeat Farming aud Grazing Land In tho forlt. Ono of tho reasons for tho great popularity of hands of the manager of the Leader and say Brown, Hawkins, lot Mllledgevllle, 82 10; How Is your Molr Uso Green's Sarsaparllla World may be had at from SJ O0 to SJ 00 per aero tbo Mustang Liniment Is found In Its universal Kent nek H Home Vmi on long time and at low Interest. This land will it was bat justice and a duty of the editor Burton, Phillip, 5 acres, McKlnney, 40 cents, For sale Iiv Mcllolierts A rltag?. at SI. raise double the number ol buahets of corn or nppIIcubllltT. Everybody needs sachnmedlrlno. Bailey, Charles, lot In Turnersvllle, '31, '33 and wheat to tho acre that ran be produced in this to haye issued a final number with some The Ltimbcrinnn noeds It In caso of accident. . '86, J 2 45; Green's E.'ectrlc Oil cures all aches and palnr. Hectlon, and with much less labor. Tbo price ol Tho Housewife needs It for general family us.-explanation or statement of the facte as to Brown, Kd. lot in McKlnney, S2 15; land is steadily adranc ng. It trill never If Washington, Philadolphla and For sale by McKoberti A rjtagg at 60c. The Cnnaler needs It for bis teams and hia men chenpe v titan at vt'enetit, ami It Is rer existed, for his disposition Blslo, Laura, lot 40 cents, the cause, if any always on his work Now York. Tho imu tu i'iuto a gvuu uveiiuiDui iu every pur. bench. lUccunulc needs It ' Green's Golden Halm, aure cure for Catarrh at chaser. of hia and his subscriber.' interests to an Breckinridge, Abe, lot, St 75; Tho only line running Bright, Caleb, lot In Boneyvllle, '85 and '80, 12 55 60c, at Mclloberts A- rjtagg's. Tho Miner needs It In caso of emergency. other party, especially one of a different Clo)d, Wealey, along n't The l'lonocr Sacres McKlnney Branch, '35 and Round-Tri- p Tickets, Good 40 Days The Farmer nccdslt-cn- It In hisgethouse, without It. A'ULLMAN NINV SIsUKl'lXU CAKh We need the money due us for subscr andlptlon Something of this kind his stable, political faith. noeds '60, 12 90; would be obliged to all In arrears to remit at At Low Excursion Itatrs to Neosho, Mo.; and his stock yard. would have gone a Ions ways towards mit- Clovd, Joseph, 2 acres McKinnny branch, '31, '85 Florence, Abilene, Independence, llaxter once. The Steamboat man or tho Ilontmiin nmli and '80,85; tiprings, Iteece, Holloa, Council i.rovn, Kingman, It In liberal supply afloat nnd ashore. igating the tai disappointment experienced SOLID Clovd, John, 1 acre McKlnney branch, 12 10; Lenora, Uberlln aud Oenoca, Kansas; Columbus, VHOll needs It- -It Is hts fwst Tho Horse-fnnclby a majority of the Leader's patrons in Cloyd, trankennesi, or Liquor Habit, csa bo Cored by Grand Inland, Lincoln and Valentine, Nob.; Marla,8acrF, Mt. Salem, '85, '86, 05 cents Lonhyille, Oinoinnati k Lexiugton, Ky, and Ozard, Ark ; FRtcatlne, Han Anlonlo, friend and safest reliance. adminutoring Or. Haines' Ooldon Specific. Taylor, Wichita Falls, Waco, Lampitei, this county. Cloyd, Edith, 10 acres, McKlnney branch, 75 cts needs It--It will savo blm The Balrd, to V7ashingtou (Jitj, Albany and Midland, Texas. It en u bo Riven In n cup of colleo or tea thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. Recent rains have caused great des- Cooper, James, lot In Uustonvllle, 75 cents; Connecting In tbe same depot with llio knowledge of tho person tnkliif; It, ef. The Knllrond mnn needs It and will need It si truction to property in this county. Wni. Cooper heirs, 35 cents; Stop-orc- r Paat Trains for Now York. rrlvilogcs will bo Allow it long as his llfo ti a round of accidents and dangers. Carr, Hlatt lOacree, Bonyville, '85 and '36, SI 41) feclliiR is apeedy and permanent euro, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alco Whllaket'd mill, near the mojth of Skaggs Eatls, The Direct ltoute to Tho Mack woodsman needs It. Thcro Is nothViu, ft acres, Mt. Salem, 75 centa; To examine the Lands and Country. nolle wreck. Thousand of drunkards liao ing llko It as an antldoto for tho dangers to llfo, Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and creak was carried away a few nights since ; Glvene , Talbot, lot in Stanford, '85 and '88, S3 95, all Vlrnlnla been mailo temperate men who liavo taken tlio Purchasersof Land will havo the l'rlce of their limb and comfort which surround tho pioneer. auu norm Carolina Polnte. ' 1 60; Golden Speclilo In tliclr colloo without their TUkets refunded, Kxteuslon llound.trlp Ticknot even the stones were left. A, house oc- Gentry, Binda, " " Fortiekot, and further Information, Tho Dlorcliant needs It about his storo among y ets at Low rates to many otner points may bo knonlodRe.nnd bellco they fiult drink " " 3 30; his employees. Accidents will happen, nnd when your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Mo", cupied by Mrs. R. Price, at Livingston, Gentry, Green, " at citations to winch you purchase tickets. iiiK of tlmlr own tree will. Ho harmful effect " " 1 01); tbeso como tho Mustang Liniment Is wanted at once. roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. moat Jof the family's Geulry, Ruben heirs, " reiults from Its ailnilnlstratlon. Cures tniaran-lee- d tloated off, carrying Keepnliottlo Initio House. 'TIs tho best ot W.ll. WIC'KIIASI, m. w. Harlan, John, 2 acrs, Mllledgsvllle, '31, '35 2 I); rienil for circular nnd full particulars. nibuiu, houjohold effects. The mill men at Llv Lytle.Sally, 2 " U Vice 1'iesldent, you Think of Mot.uk WoM economy. Bonyville, 33 cts; Addreas In confidence Got.tiK.v bi'ECii'ic Co.. Ocn'l Tass'r kx' Keep a Hottlo In tho Factory. Itslmmedlate W llaco .St.. Cincinnati. Ohio. 1 00; Louisville, Kr. ingston loss over a hundred thousand feet Morton, Geo, 3 " Morelan J, '85, '36, Call on any of our agents who will promptly an use In caso of accident eaves pain and loss ot wages. of lumber they had stacked on the yard MoRoberts, Tilda, 3 acres, Turnersvllle, '33 and '36 swer aiuwiuiues auu iiirunu vaiuauie uiurita- Alsvnyalu tho Htitblo Cor Keep a SI25; llonlnreg.nl to price of Liudaea., homestead lisrj wbcu tlottlo vnuted. It la sald'that two beds of gondola caw that Hasterson, Nelson, 22 acres, McKlnney, 70 eta; laws In any of the Wt.atorn aud we Unity rei States. Wlllcill on you ni your homes lfdesinl, were standing near 4be mill were lifted Owtley, Fount, 1 acre, Turnersvllle, 75 cents; "When Ilaby was sick, wo gave her Caatorla, UMICH ESTER'S ENGLISH." furnish tickets to ruv polur, hive your freight ,,m.lf ninnu(.lrn)lltvri Cur.1 Iu nnd household f,tni shlpii! Ht lowest rules and from their trucka and washed away. Mr. Porter, Nelson, agent Uosbr, lot Uustonvllle, 75 "When she was a Thn OrlKliinl ami Only Snl t.lctt. TO ft HATS. Child, she cried for Caatorla, Sthin4s1w.il Mali your ba;gign hi attend peraonilts to it Wo havo soli ronslltr. mor wurthlr.. Iraluilnn. Sambrook'rt etable, at Livingston, was cents; raL.raatf.4 n.t til ' seeing you niiiifuriablir attrtnl on your able, snilln eerjr m i: When she became Miss, she clnnj to Castor!., A.B cause mrieture. Jonrn y " hl.lie.ter'. fcTXiP-?- , ii I t.k. nu tuur rIlruir.1.1 t't Ibcded and two fiue yokes of oxen and Ulile. Henry, lot In Uustonvllle, 15 63; lUjuiember that this hsiIs'iiuoc Is reedcred licv of .Uu or JiilIom fc lnicmn.iiiir.ai u u. u. ii lirvi,(ir ..i.iiM-.Wneu she had Children, sho save them lirdoolhytbs .... r. :"",&. ""'"' wan- some hogH Wire drowned. A number of Rout, Krsy.lotln Bonyville, lOcents; c. n NaMF - aDcd FAKIs Aleott A I.I.L, cliari. IMssetiger Castoria y""""T iirmirai stable mtda their es. Rllle, Susan. 4 acres, Mt. Salem, 81 15; W ith st , Clneldiiai Agent, IS lEriss Cie!:il Co. Cent. 'litiVf " "yunrv, l'hllud.,ifc mules In the same . u ,it ,. JOHN F H.ltNAltl. Clnclunstl.e W. D.SHATrUl cape. Rockcastle F.iver waa two feel high- Roe, Bettie, 10 acres, Bonyville, 1 20; ler". I.imll.ri".''.".' v'rliee.. A.k T.keoo"ii", ru)ul j.U aud Om'l Man'gr, Ohio. Ken, Pass. Ag'i I fres. SeUliyOeucjutn Rcrd, Catollne, 1 " Hustonrllle .55; er than was ever knowr. 18S3-G- Trlre, Mitchell, I aero McKlnney, 1 2S; Tucker, Lewis, lot In Stantord, '81, '85, 'SO, Jt 53; 2 IS; MUledgetllle, '8', '80, Vinson, Trank, 1 85; Wolch, Berry, " McKlnney Vllhlte, Oella, 2 J acrtt on Uaagtn- - Fork, '85 acd M, 17 70; Warren Sidney, 2 acres, Booyvllle, II; winiK mo. 2, KAsr KSD. Eachback, Jamos and Burger 100 acres Crab Or chard, f 1 15. Hlatt, John J. 4 acres Gilberts Creek, tl 90 Howard, J. C. 4 acres Dlx Hirer, ft 15. Ilobbs, Mrs. A. L. Uelrs DC Dlx River, 11015. Mordllt. Nancy J; lot Crab Orchard! 1 90. Owens, Mary 60 acres Dlx River, tl 15. Payne, Andrew 35 acres Dlx River, $1 05. IUy, Mike 55 knob land, 81 10. Rlppy, J. P., or. lot Crab Orchard, 13 70. Burber, Alfred 2 acres Halis Oap 1835-- 1) 05. SLICK no. 2, KAST il.fD, Brown, Henry J. lot Stanford 18SS-tl 73. Raughman, Clato 2 acres Halls Gap, ti. Bright, roily lot Stanford, 40 cts. Cook, Wm. house Stanford, '83-- 4 S3.C0. Craig, Lee lotHx River, 93 cU. Emery, Mary J. lot Stanford, SI 15. , SI b0. Halo, Frances CI acres Orcen Hirer, (luest, David 2 acres, 31 53. Guest, Logon lot Stanford. '81, '83 '80, tl. Olrcns, Anthony lot Stanford, tl 10 Hansford, May lot Stanford, SI 03. Hart, Kachael lot Stanford, '31, '83, '33, tl 40. Hansford, Kitty lot Stanford, 1SS5C, t2 33. " " tt".33. " Hocker, Lewis " I ackey, Walter t " " tl 63. Le, Vina lot Walnut Flat 1S3J-- ft 33. Ifeckey, Bon lot Freacuersrllle, 75 cts. Montgomery, John 1 acre Bald Hills, tt 53. Shanks, Thos. Uelrs t lot Crab Orchard, 75. cts. Stewart, Myram 1 White Oak, 75 cts. Tucker, George 10 acres Dlx Hirer lS33-- . S3 10. 0, 0, l HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL aiahquin or Ai)i:iiiM:. com This fine Bull will stand the seaons menced at my stable on the Lancaiter Plkn one half mile from Stanford Court House at;i3 the season, wl'h the privilege ot breidlug the cow until the cow proves In calf. Money duo when cow Is first terveil. Marquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert, hia sire Imported Apollo and Dam Imported Southern Boau-Iv- l' Marquis of Adllrne's dam, Adeline, bei sire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Fisher. For further particulars as to pedigree see This Is a very fine young Bull from a celebrated family ot milkers Including the cuw Koho, the greatest of her day; her owner having refused 123,-00- 0 for her. lead aa the beat for the family, and a cross with very flue animal. I the Bhortlicrn j reduces will buy all the male calves begotten by this (iUmi rKll llu.lnr.'oire.l'-J'laTl- i, 0. aaet-llaJTjpr.tS rill. .bout i4 Trlrzrasar. irwlsnits ISa tmiUn, KaUr Maw. SJredaaUe UaaraatcA Hmm. Sar lr a IV. It. OSSITM. rml, lllaarUa. K. Ufi Il'es ll..r.i.mirWvd.l """""' itiWitM1. s , wltl. tm .1 H.fc. HO0O lla.Uru. ISTeMktrs nanlotM llrJalr InUwral IIIM KdneKtl. C..ik.i., Commercial College o! Ky.UnlTersity.l'.i'.v.l. Tha Chsapsst and Bsst Bnaiasss CslUfS l Ins WIJ. M KrrfUaj n.l llirl Ull The lloliteln-rrelsla- n rattle have taken the MYERS HOTEL, r P0WDEI Absolutely Pure. l, ,j A NEW FAST MAIL bj sjsy STANFORD. KY. Propr and flotol N. 1 WILLIS HOUSE, 1ST ett-iM- J. WILLIS, Propx'iotor. - g st-- v s, CEITUL la, Ituutc' 3 6 CICIi, 8 Boctm-Rouk- C - '8t6 3 nn " -.... !"r" " 3 I o Presl-lden- 1 SHERIFFS SAJES -- above-name- rr7.,...i ,, ( rj ... ipia JP INin I 5 til-ne- trv ..- -llo Uotrrti-Donw- o. BEAST ! Mexican Mustang Liniment cuh.es ni,. IHlsn n wVEST &, r" N U-e- o. in. W' - " 1 S- thlr-ty-s- lx or Chniw. IS THE TIME. mm GHKMiiSlI j Fro-don- A TRAIN or Tex-arka- Hloch-ttrosv- ltli-o- ut Ii , u I PENNYROYAL PILLS i I clu-tU- 1 1 "'"" CinciuiMtl, O. et.DO- - For sale by Dr. M L. KOOKNK, Stanford. N WfJ"- - -- ..r..i I ,t. al.ajaaaj..j alaiaa M.aaf ai -- .iiMu.t.asarKnj'yiimte'V it na,an. .',.,