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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887030401 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. .,-,- -- - r- - "pwvii T""- Semi Weelli ? 131 tltfftt HI, VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNT 6 mfm WM. ATBKS. Ik NO. 208. Jig. O.arVKHS, notary Public. B1 VOL. XVI. GEORGE O. BARNES Published Tttcmlaua nntt Frttlav AT STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1887. May we "follow him as he followed Christ." He never asked human bilng to go any r. GOD 18 18 LOVE And NOTHING further than that, ELSE (t'J l'EUANNUM.CAHIl. W. P. WALTONLONDON. LAUREL - understood If wecrodlt that ll.W will ba ex. Mcled and. demanded. COUNTY. c Mm. William Loritl.ceBr , li"d vore full a few days .go, partially para.ll ting her lower limb and IeaYini; her ciltical ronJIllon, owltiK to her extreme ins old ifje. K. W. William, barber, he moved into the old lluzzird Poost, made lamoui bv the inimitable John T. Hatcher. Thene gentlemen are both aubwriber to the Intk won Journal and are both good bubere and will hare no lack of pUroiiigo Your unercellc and amiable bualnc managr, Mr. K. C Walton, .pent a part of theil7 here Wednesday and received as a reward for hi labor 4' new ulcriber to hla excellent ptpei! If our people can't hare UanUt they will have the iNTKitiort Joun.NL, which ia alway. a aafe leader and the hett newspaper in Kentucky. Laurel, it aeema, U to be left out In the cold in the Btate Senatorial republican fight, although there is no dearth of candidate. Whitley Instruct for Boyd, her own .on, , Gtit, and Wilaon, of Knox, aecood, Puliu-kiWhitley and Knot rule the rooet and farewell Kamwy and Jones. ''Full many a tbwer waaborn tobluth trnd bloom tin etn," or word to that effect. "Your to command" Terr alncer.ly lhanka your Ml. Vernon correspondent for the very kind, hut wholly undeserved paid him in laat lue. Much more fulsome praise could be truthfully be atowed on Ilrolher Maret, who la unquea llonablyoneof the best Item'ur. In the we fitale, but It i not for ui to aty It, eflecta of hli prle of u, an I be loe the branded at a "mutual admirer." nr. Duncan. Kiat Benmtadl. waa with uiTuc-da- . The doctor report, a number of casei of dur In hla territory and fears, without more cold weather, thero will be much lckne the coming sprlcg and aum. ivr u. mar. roe important: 01 looimu unitary c ndltlon of our lowna and each one after hia own premises, can Dot be A general cleaning up should so often the gentle .pring-tlme- , usher in, freighted with dlseaa.. Will your Ml. Vernon ecribe please tell hla friend, who I truat la a democrat, that Senator Harris Is a democrat; that his own neighbors and pslitlcat brethren; who certainly have had superior opportunities .for observing his past and forjudging have repeatedly traatd him with the party aa it honored head, Md that alone should eatWj every on off hie .democracy and silence all qulbblers. The question of Mr. Harris' loyalty to his pirty is republican campaign thunder, and good democrat, should scorn lo plunge blindly into trap, jorthe unwary by unscrupulous pollti earTery sack guarantecd.toglTe satIfacttoa"Su the space it should have occupied, It was thought the postoffice named 11. K. TAYLOR, Wabd was a ritber peculiar name, but DisOflXJOAK COUNTY, Is a Candfdato or the pfice putants, ono of Mr. D.N. Williams' chria ofSuperinwmJmt of 1'uMlc Instruction, subjsct tening, in this county, about comes up wltb to the Democratic State Conrontlon. it. DOIVKX O. FOX Toe ii'cAo man la feeling badly on ac- W. s. DOWNTOH. count of hia monkey joke not appearing in & hi. last week's paper, He spoke of a LIVERY monkey running the planer in the furniture factory here J. Monk Taylor. SALE AND FEED STABLES No lea than twenty families have left K. W. Cor. Main and Fourth Streets, this county within the last two weeks for Missouri. James Hasty and family, of the DANVILLE:, - KENTUCKY. Level Green neighborhood, leave for Skid-morNew 8tablo, New Uorsos, New Vehlelea. Hpe Mo., the latter part of this week. 20G.lt. clal attention to Commercial Mea. Gen. 8. B. Buckner was here Tuesday. Some one asked him while here if this' wan his first visit to Mt. Nernon. He eaid no, that he had passed through this place rath AND er hurriedly in 1862, slightly in advance of ! Gen. Buell. John A. Proctor, the young man who Ilarlng rented the stable on Depot street, I am prepared to train and break bones on reasonable had the operation known as trepaniog suc- terms. County Court day trade aollelted. cessfully performed on him by Dt. Peyton, JOHN It. CJ.IlVKXTF.tl, fctaulotd, K.y two years since, is not getting along eo well of late and it Is thought another operation PEARSON & CLARK, will be necessary. fall of the waters and a genAfter the eral surrey of the damage done, we are glad to report that the mill belonging to that clever gentleman, Win. Whitaker, at LEXINGTON, KY. the mouth of Bkaggs creek, was not washed Se 14, "West 'Main. away, only the roof being taken. ' auccess was only a concession to a weaker, Bernhardt gave tea performances in John W. Grlder, after a three months' leas matured period of life's labor; that now the City of Mexico and It is olalaatd that atay at Round Rock, Texas, came to the WOOD ITALLICK. WATT COCK SAN. begins the real atrain, worthy of a veteran; the receipts were $47,000. conclusion that the water of old Rockc&- aeven to "count all things aa loss for the exHannah Batteraby, the fattest woman tle war the best in the world, and he is cellency of the knowledge 6f Christ Jeeoi before the public, weighs 723 pounds. She boat right, packed his trunk and returned GENTS' FURNISHERS, our LORD," and that henceforth one is to eats a of candy daily. to this couuty, arriving here Tuesday. . .'LA 513, 4th Btreet, lift the burden of unpopularity, where popCongressman elect W. II F. Lee, of The county authorities are raising .old ularity has been so aweet; and say goodbye Virginia, stands six feet four inchea in- - hla Cain with the liquor Boilers or father are - - to old friends, when'it cos' a snapping of stockings and weight 250 pounds. trying to. We are told that fifteen war ' ' " ' -' !lA2m. heart strings to speak the word; and take The brief ol the attorney! for the de- rants haye been issued wlthirr the' last two work fense in the anarchist cases has been com days. The cases against Joplln arid Frazer, up a line of servlee where all the seems to have to be done over again? So pleted and comprises 425 printed pages. before the county judge on the 26th ult., do I read tho life of the once popular SavGeneral J. J. Finley, of Ocala, Florida, were continued until circuit court. ' ior of the world, when hoeosiea lathe place has been appointed by Gsvernor Perry a Mrs. A. G. Lore!!, of Louisville, Is vis- Iam dally opening an elegant line o( Fall Millinery. Including all where it la said, "From that time MANY Uf S. Senator to succeed Cbarlea W. Jcnes, iting her mother at this place. J.E. Vowof His declples walked no more with Him." whoM term expires March 4. ' ' els went to Junction City on a' business trip The Lateit Novelties of the Seaion. And where He asked, with a eigh, of the eon of John Ryan, of Wednesday. That drummer who etepped A Also Notions, auch as Handkerchiefs, Collan little "corporal's guard," who, themselves South Somerset, while playing on the rail-to- ad from Noah's ark, C. Z. Helder, was here and Cufli, Ruchtng, Coraets, Bujtlei, etc. Yoi find me at tn rooms lately vacated by Smi temporarily true, "all forsook Him and track, was run over by a switch en- Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Cal. Payne willA warren, next ctoor to tne aiyers jiouie. ley KATE JtUDDKU4.lt. fled" at a later period; "Will yon also go gine and instantly Killed, his body being is rery low with 'pneumonia. We are inclans cut in two and mangled beyond recogni- debted to Dr. S. C. Divls for several news S. Posey Is visiting relatives away and leave me?" Mrs. M. E. MACE BBUCE'3 So also do I read Paul's life, when "ALL tion. items. Mr. J. S. Reppert and family mored in the South. Mrs. John II. Carrier preHoar, from the Committee on Senator sented her husband with a new gill. Dr. tbev in Asia turned away" from him; tho' Privileges and Elections, reported the cre- to Mullins' Station Wednesday. Mr. E. M. Lancaster, has been all were indebted to him for the word of Denny, the distiller of Level Green, was Buggy & Implement House. J. W. Orant, dentist, dentials of Senator Turple, together with profession here for some days. life, through which they had been saved. here Wednesday. nlvlng his the protests of certain numbers of the InCoroner John Riddle and family, a few Cummins, ol the fortunate little Oace they would have "plucked out their Kelson 1 hare now diana Legislature, and they were placed on daya ago, started West by wagon. He had city of Corbln, was here Tuesday. Mrs. own eyrs" for him. A little Inter, when hei tile for investigation. proceeded but a short distance when two of A Full Lino of Whoat Drills and Terrell, of Richmond, Virginia, is visiting following the Master closely, had left them No wonder Mr. B:ck fumes over the other Agricultural Implomonts, the Rigsby brothers overtook him aud deMelville Phelp, of this city. far in the rear, they would have torn out possibility of 'her father, a called session of the Fifti his eyes, because he jjstled their lagging, manded a settlement of money alleged to Mies 1'i.ca Ewell, of Eomton, la -- Besides a eth Congress he sees tho necessity of his her sisters, Mm. Smith and Mrs. immature attainment. Moit people, from immediate presence at home to look after be due them on an old account by Riddle. In the discussion of the matter the parties fall Line ol Buggies and Wagons Jackeon, of tth place. M. J. Miller, Sr, the s'art, only want lo go so far aud no his fences Standiford in horse-high- , g If you try to get them beyond came to blows and broken heads and bruls Always on baod. In connection with my Imwhb has been spending the winter with his farther. and f Louiville plement bualueas, I will also carry a you turn them into ed noses were in the majority at the termi daughters here, returned to his home in that self chosen point, He Times. Grifliln has gone lukewarm friends or bitter encmloH ecrimmage. Tne Rigsbys Complete Slock or Lumber, Danville Tuesday. O. H. The chance, us we viov them, no it fa nation of the Indiana, for the purpore haa read history in vain who does not eeo vor the nomination of Buckner by the were arretted and brought here and trial Both rough and dressed. Prices on eyerythlnj as to Jitlerwnvllle, who live godlr in Cnrist Jesu of following his trade as woodworkinan. that "they However, the democrats of set for Wednesday. democrat's Tjow ub any oue. of J. N. Robin-eo- n must sutler persecution;" and that does not C;ant Liir and Sam Whitehead left M T. Craft has purchased but few counties have as yet appointed del Main street and will mean In the beginning, to be turned into an egatw. There is an uily feeling between town together en horseback the other day I solicit a ilme of your patronage. Respectfully, hid residence on move Into same in a few days. Cortex easy time at the eud, but a continuity of the friends of Buckner and Harris that They got Into a dispute over rome trade in I. Jl. lUtVCE. HMvr In intensity as we are oxen and when they reached tho rocky hill Brown, formerly a ucceeeful merchant of the trial, growing may result In setting both of them aside. near Willis Adams' they clinched and fell this place, now of Junction City, was hera better ablo to endure it, even to the Covington Commonwealth. how the applause of men, because of during the week, with a view 6f again makthat from their hordes on the recks and pum -T- here is a revival of the rumor success, Leguiles the best to sit down and ing this his home. President will take an extensive tour meled each other vigorously for eomo min- Valuahle Real Estate and! Store enjoy what they have fought for, instead of tho through the South and Weet, accompanied utes, when they concluded to leave It for Booms. Cow for Sale. going on to win more in the tented battleby his pretty wife, during the coining the courts to decide which was in the adAi Executor ol Lewis V. Philips, dee'd, I ofler Bill Nye, the great humorist, thus field! following real wrong. They assisted each other to mount for sale, on easy terms, the ol Lancaster, estate In Garrard and uear the growing town vertises bis cow for sale: ' I i ime to pass that at the time that spring, No definite programme is laid and reported the occurrence to the county rountv. KjMUCCt: down, but Mrs. Cleveland is understood to Owing to ill health I will sell at my Store-rooSquare ol said on Public Ona Brlcc kiiisgo "it to war, David tarried In his judge, before whom the case was set to be town, now used as a room, In town 29, range 18, west, according palace at Jerusalem." Jt was not long af- have indicated that such a trip ia under One frame Htore room on the Public Square, now We hope they will make tried Wednesday. cruahed-raabt- r contemplation. aa a timlly grocery room. ui'd to government survey, one ter that self indulgent step that Satan fur s on IMcbmond Strret, near Pub' Two Two women bv the uame of Decker, ry colored cow, ajied six years, bhe la a nished the occasion for the lustful look, the it a point to come to Stanford. He Square, one now used as a Millinery Store, tbt With of Gen. Casslua Marcellua who were at Sunday school at Skaggs creek other as an Undertaking establishmentFalcon ears good mllkater and Is not afraid of the cars, adultery, tho murder that darkened his thla block will bo sold 11 desired a lot of ground Clay: "I should judge from his speech that church last Sunday, imagined that soms of adjoining, I a cow of undauntor auythtog else. She whole after life. And I find In the history One Infill with botilo and oilier nectaarr Iiu oyen if he is, the congregation were making fun of and ed courage and gives milk frequently. To of so many of our moat successful men that, ho will not bj nominated, and, nroTeuients.OQ the Uxlnjtoa Turnpike, 3 uiiln their laughing at them, This was more than fmm I.tnoiiter. er 18 acre. a man who doee not fear death in any form, enjoying what they hare fairly wou, haa that the republican voters who caat mllea from Lincaster, One Farm ol 140 acres, be altogether sure what they thought waa on the programme near the Lexington Pike,3J.j unlmprored, with house ebc would be a great boon. She la very led to their undoing. Not necessarily to a ballots for him will not and immediately resented the supposed in- and necessary outout uings. much attached th her home at present, by disgraceful eud like DiridV. But a nelf whether they are voting for fish, flesh or Oae farm, unlmproTid, 3 miles from Lancaster, Ky., on the Lexlogum Turnpike of 73 acres. fowl. He impressoa me as a sort of a Lin-te- n sult by speaking out in meotln'; threaten a trace chain, but she will be sold opinionated end; a means of end; a dog And also a tract of JO acres on Ollberi's Creok, mouatrositr, forbidden by all of the log to clean up the congregation and mak' about I lullea from Lancaster. to any man who will agree to treat her right. matlcend. "I ara Sir Oracle; let no dog Aaexecutor.'I churches to ba eaten, unwholesome in the ing demonstrations as though they would I am empowered desire to sell all this property. shorthorn and three-fourt- h bark when I speak"-end- ; She is by tlia wllHo make dreds to It. a popular end; hyena, Purchaser need not be lden but an ending of loss, just so surely aa Je general ilivor of the whole bjdy, and yet draw pistolr. This broke up the meeting A floe cbai.ee Is now odeiel lo thjsa desiring liiTcatmenta, with palatable models here and there about One person said he saw the pistol of one ol bouiesor paMliulari addresa my attorney. H. 1 Kor lull tified. I will also throw tn a double-barrsus the Mss'er has said: "Woe unto you Nol,XjiDcler, Ky or tli niderslgne.t at Stan-forbjnei I know of no party which wuuld the women. No arrests so far. May his Bhot cun, which goes with her. In when all men epeak well of you!" So did J. 3t.VUII.IVS. Tne venerable Peter Cooper once eaid: 290 Ky. Executor. 3m she generally goes away somewhere for a not Je-u- s end, to whom the world accorded willingly stand spinsor for bis utterances, "In towns where a newspaper Is published week or two and returns with a tall, red only a cross and a borrowed grave; because and I know of no constituency which would if nothFREE TO ALL.. calf-wltJong, wabbly legs. Her name is He would go on to preach uupopulai doc support the parly that did. He is a sort of every man should advertise, even Our Illustrated Plant and ing but a cud, telling his name and busiundisciplined old pjlilical Ichtbyosau eell her to a trine, So did Cataloguo tW paw Kose and I would prefer to not Paul end, who "finished an Itli prices of the cbolcivit rusof the pilezootic nge, who3s petrified ness engaged in. It not only pays the adPlants.Beeds.ltulbs.lloo'.i hla course with jor and the ministry com hruall Fruits. Urapevtnts, brain foils to notify him that he is dead, vertiser, but It lets people nt a distance Blirubs, Evergreen. Ac., Frcren milk Is cow glyin to patients suf- mitted to hlm'ouly by the forfeiture of and who wens scales on his Intellect thick- know the town you reside in has a prosper will be uialliil FnKU to batbfac-Honil applicant, fering from irritable stomachs, and is retain many "old t!e3" and the loss of many old er than tho ridge pole of an alligator's ous class of business men " Kuaranteed. Addreti friends. He went on; they declined to fol spine, and who hatn a very musty emell NANZ & NETJNER, de when all other subilances are thrown Got. Blackburn is out again. LOUISVILLE. KT. I low, But Paul was right and they wrong. wlths'." one-third l.t These thoughts are mr anniversary pondering.. They are tlmaly fjr me, and for you, too, dear reader. lllAXWli: LOUD. We are all torn up just now. Wife and K06CIU8KO, Mm, Feb. 26, 1887. Deau Inteiuoh. My lol waa written Cousin Judie have loft ui. Willie is strickon an annlyereary. The 22 J of February la en with a malignant form of ulcerated sore to ua more than the birthday of tin Father throat and although he did not ask it, we of Ilia Country; or more" lo u than the well knew he needed his "mammy" in such Mardi Uraa Just ten yearn ago that day astral). Oace before in Bell county, near Marie and I held our firit uutstlne togeth- Pineville, in tho mountains of Kentuckv, er, and for thy tirat time the trembling ho nearly lost his life with the same terri child faced her fiwt nudisscu In Utirisyille, hie complaint, which le't him quite pros Cumberland county, Kentucky. How well trate after the wjrst wis over. So we I remember it! And whit a long journey agreed that It was bast to divide the troupe (spiritual, I mean), havo we taken since for awhile. Oir other two left night beWe three feel then! Neither of 111 dream I "whereunto fore last for L)iiisville. this thins would grow," when, trembling. "mighty lonesome" since then. If we were we went forth hand in hand, "not knowing not having a g'orious meeting we should whither we went," nor cuing much, since feel it more keenly still. Bit that compenwehadleirned to know Him who held sates wonderfully. Only two days nurd of it left. Monday both our hands in His. we stirt back We croed Jordan with only a stall In evening (day after In hand, and lo! we are "returning to Zion towards New Orleans, This time we shall Parish, with songs and everlasting joy," in compa- pass through it to Terre-Bonn- e where, in the village of Houma, we are ny with many "bands" of rejoicing mule, won by the gopal of LOVE and Nothing warmly invited to hold a meeting among Kite. So we raise another Kbenezir and the Creoles Delighted Indeed are we to do say yet again, "Praise the LOUD" for ever It. And after that we greatly hope to have and for every thini! In for another decide, a meeting in the city. Our friends there more glorious than the Grst, we surely be are willing but poor. The hall wo want lleve. Though man may not think so. He will cost $150 a week. I am euro the meetever looks upon the eeen and temporal. ing will pay ita way after it ia started. At And well I kinw that many loving hearts any rate they always have done so, I are fearful that the past daya of apparent wish I had some friend, who, reading this, and triumphant bucccm were our bet davs would send a check for $500, to be repaid, Not so, if the gospel history be true. Jesus if the New Orleans folks par it back; but for the sake ia our model. PauI la our witness. The willing to risk its days when both were followed by admiring of souls. I really don't think there is an crowd, were not their best daya, unless we atom of risk. But there Is a possibility, adopt the theory that both deteriorated In which I will not,be responsible for. If I character and faithfulnesi to God. Any had it I should not write these lines. If one will notice, who thoughtfully reada his- it cornea promptly it will be a glorious tory, sacreJ end profane, that there is first something for Qod. For it does seem a a tidal wave of succeia in the "afltirs of thousand pities not to have a New Orleans men, that taken at the flood letds on to for- meeting when we are right at the city's tune." Then comes the really critical pe- door. Rimembcr, it ia not for my use. I riod of genuine teiliru Will the success- have long elnoe resolved never to aak a huful man rest in his success, still follow the man being for the supply of any of my per same methods that led to il; stop at Jertico, sonal family wants. NEVER! But laying before upon the way; live and die in the odor of an opportunity for others, of this kind, la another thing. I nctily be a little Pope in his religious sphere; a sage in bis political circle; or will can do it boldly. I can say no more. Address me at Houma, Terre Bonne Parbe recognizt the true lesson of life, that the iah, Louisiana. Erer in Jesus, rest of budding, blooming, fruiting honors Geo. O. BABNts. enjoyed here; that abundant U not to be THE The teachers are being made happy by checks for their dues. We don't object to a man snoring on other psople's jokes, but when it comie to ours we draw the line. The ancient lady of predictions has it that a wedding will occur in the west end of our town this week. Will Divls and Hnry Gentry are having a lively discussion on various afiiirs. Ask either for a diagram or refer to Geo. Huckins. It appears to us that the police judge ne re hue tue bule on the county judge from the number of cises disposed of ia his court. weathThe last two days of spring-lik- e er has brought out plows and other farming implements. Some gardeners hare put out seeds Vi AYRES & GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 811 Flrth'Btreet, ;; ft w COMPANY IiOUISVILLE, Booms 3 and 8, Cromle Block. . ICY. (IM-ly- .) CREAM vmtePb TttYnw w 17 I sosm- For Sale at a Bargain. I offer lor sale privately In Stanford, Ey., a rery desirable residence with aeren roetus and porch- ell of water at tho door; itable, amoks houro, Ac. About an acre of ground In thn lot. For Umni, Ac., apply to . . ,1 l.FIHtD, Agent for J. K. Allord. - MMWMm.A LEXINGTONT,KY. fo m& 3 111 I NEWCOMB Thlaold and well-kno- HCHUEHb that will (rem later. The'Echo correspondent from this place is on hie ear big. A column of matter sent In lust week was cut to about of .. "T - MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel la atlll main, Charge reasonable. Special attention to the trawling public . ' "- -' j - i- -r r- - . if: A talnlnglu fine reputation. JI. I AEWCOJJll, Mt. Vernon, Pro'r, Kj. ES. DOWNTOK rox, IX. FOX, - - - - !Ky. The Photographer, Danville, e, Frames Made to Order. Livery, Training, Feed, PIANOS! SALE STABLE S03-G- crown-winnin- g Wholesale Grocers ia Street. We are opening the moat carefully selected, th finest and beat atock of WALLACE&COCHRAN, . PIAXOS AND OHGANH Instrument la Erer brought to this city. Ereryrange from 10 to the pride of an artist and prices 25 percent, love tnan other dealer aak for th aamo good. Person ol musical, and art culture ars' InTttefl to an Inspection or tb beautiful , ctilU itittl. ttfld ton and artist design o these celebrated ImtrumonU: TTorld-rcnouncd half-poun- d LOUISVILLE, KY. The Kunbc, tho Fa ruoas Decker & Son, the Fopnlar Et- - man-ageme- nl erett and the Reliable Now England ' " Pianos, ' The Celebrated Oloagh and Warren and the John Olraroh & Oo. Organs. Fleatocommu'nlcfllo'wlth us for catalogues, term , nd prices. COOK, Bpedal AgU, 8. It. Jb It. manford, Ky. Or P.OSE R. RICHARD, A. R. Penny, Mr. E.M. CarpenReferences: Bear-leter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moora and James Orch-arStanford: Mi. Maggl Uolmee. Crab W. J. Landraui and Mis Llirle Huff, Gen. man, Lancaster, Ky. five-year-- J. pott-offic- e. lC2-2- y, d; 133-l- L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. It. THE OBKAT vis-itin- g THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO TUE bull-stron- SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. LnnlBVille .Uliiitiai, to NitHliville, end-Ala- FOR 8AXE! .iteiuphla, Montgomery, JLltlle Mock, Mobile uud IV ew Orleans. Only one change to point In real-den- drr-Koo- ds Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the line of this road will recelre Store-room- - dc.,erw,ltB pedal rate. aarSoe Agent of thla Company lor rates, route c,p.ArM0nEo.p.iT.AKyi LoulaTllle, A. Grniicl Combination INTERIOR -- oue-fourt- THE JOURNAL And tho Louisville- - Weekly Courier - Jo urnal One year for only 83 two pspcrs for UttU more than the price ol one Ey paying us 13 you will rucelre lor ono year l, th your borne paper with the representative newspaper of the South, democratbest, ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and the brlghtoit and ablest family weekly In the United State. Tbcwe who desire to examine a sample copy of the Courier-Journcu do so at thla offlc. Courier-Journaal b.-e- non-reside- n cff. &Mmtititftimhk iiiaiillTi-'iir'fiiBiiiitiiiiti- ti Mmmu'mM&x .JsfrstoiraWiMwsaM- - J.. ' yn sra3SE: n- ; rfMfiBrwCTf- s- i "rTrrmmr. - 8ggSMB" tf minn'i' yf"i'('r-'ji- 'n imp iNini'u, BS? I, imi.y, Simf-ffiSeeH- jr ntcrforIoumaI March 4, 1887 Stanford, Ky .W.P.WALTON. Seventy miners were entombed alive in a colliery in France. Tim long drawn out caso against Judge s In Canada ars the The R. J. Breckinridge for balance due the biggest ever known there. Knighte ol Honor, while he was treasurer, W. J. Denman will likely be appointcame to no end in a compromise effected ed postmaster at Nicholaavllle. after it had gone to trial in the U. S. Court pension The Senate passod filty-tereat LouIbi Me, Tuesday, the judge agreeing bills in twenty.five minutes Tuesday, 21. in full of all to par, aDd did par, $25,000 Yates Ferguson, millionaire distiller of Tho Louisville A Nashville Railroad In accepting the compromise demand. Paris, Ky,, died in New York, aged 64. announces that in addition to the cheap Judge Jackson said he waa "perfectlr satisTennessee will vote on a prohibition In an article in a London paper on Gen. is Florida excursions e?ery Wednesday in fied upon the proof adeTelopci that there Robt. E. Lee, Lord Wolseley pays that dis- amendment to her constitution, September, March, tickets wiil be on sale from Cincinnothing morally wrong in Judge Breckin-ridge'- e tinguished Confederate officer the higheat 1887. nati and Louisville to Mobile, Alabama conduct in this matter, that he has The medical department of the Kentribute to his personal character and militaThe following paragraph, Mtlng lorlh soma of and return at one limited fare for tho round been guilty of no intentional wrong. He tucky Uniyersity turned out 85 young doc ihtgwJ ihlngikcpl by having ry genius. Says he: "If he had not been trip. The tickets will be good for 30 days, has, perhaps, been unfortunate in controlled by the political leaders of the tors Tuesday. and will allow stop-oveat Mammoth had clerks and employes who did not man-agMrs. Ann Stark, aged 70, took an over Confederacy Gen. Lte would have captured Cave, Nashville, DecUur (to allow a visit to the businew with accuracy, and through Washington after the battle of Bull Runs dose of morphine for the headache, and Florence and Sheffield), Birmingham and whoee conduct mistakes have crept into greatest American of the centu- died, at Lexington. Montgomery on the going trip. his accounts." Tho clerk referred to seems He was the Talk or Carlisle's appointment to be ry, and is worthy of an equal pedestal with OIIOOEII, Sit to have been young Bob Breckinridge, his Washington among the world's greatest Secretary of tho Treasury has started The Business Manager on His Travels. son, who on his examination failed to exafresh at Washington. MAIN AND SOMERSET STS.' plain certain erasures and errors. The generals. He was the most perfect gentle London, Ky , March 2. A person who The democrats In the Ohio legislature man of a State celebrated for chivalry. he lost the money in Times alleges that stand 49 for a recomination of Cleveland has made a trip through this part ot KenI hnvo a largo and carefully elected' tucky, I mean from Livingston to Jollico, gambling at the Ciockfori and in sundry Just, gentle, generous where else in histo- to only 8 against him. ltnoori'ookot and Tablo Uutlory. ry is there a Jereat man whoso whole life games of poker, in which he was considered .Yearly eurjbodj IIUi goo J .sorghum. 'I bate Tho streetcar drivers of Covington in a stage or jolt wagon, over the terrible waa a record of duly nobly dene?" tho "highest roller" in the city. A crimithebfttt. Try It. Lexington mountain roads, before the L. A N. extenhave, gone back to work, but the l'lnk t'ottag Honey, m pare a bits ran nal prosecution is talked of by the sion was built, appreciates the advantage of John S. Wise, of Virginia, who imagines mule engineers are still out. make, nan In itocV. Knights. a railroad. Four years ago it would have because he is a son of his father, that he is Iran aafVlj say that 1 hare the wj but At a meeting at Macauley's in the ina very smart man, has been talking with terest of a home for friendless women, $!,-00- 0 taken me threo wholo days to have come selection of Canned floodi. would seem that a fiend who could Mjr l'reierrti and Jama are pat np bj tht brit from Stanford to London, while on yesterin in subscriptions were secured. kill her husband, cut oil his head, bail his his mouth New York and the newsp&pergs fickrri oftboi article!. day it took only two hours and about one men are silly enough to think his vapor-inTho Senate passed the body till the fleeh fell from the bones, I dtilre thoienho bate brta troibltd Tilth worthy of being telegraphed over the bad Lard to try mine. I am nllllog to takt It appropriates $1,000,000 and tenth of tho cost of former times. Besides and then burn the bones, waa a fit subthe rapidity and convenience of travel it country. Ha says that Virginia is as good provides for the usual commission. back eicrr poaid that doria't gle the raoit ject for the gallows, even if she did not entire latlifactlon. horror, which built towns ranging in population from 500 yet every ef- for the republicans next time as a cent is Tho details of an ocean belonc to the sterner eer, I hart Lima, Xatj and Jtltfd Ilrani, Hominy, for a ginger cake, that the next president occurred January 20, in which 301 emi- to 3,000 every ten or twenty miles along fort to arouse sentiment and procure a Oat Meal, Shredded Oatf, Macaroni, Tickles In the line: Who would have thought tiro will ba a republican and then good-by- e Hulk, Honey and many other thing which I grants wero drowned has just become pubcommutation of the sentence was resorted year ago that Eistern Kentucky would democratic party. This is not the kind of lic. ran not manllon btre-er- erj artlcU to, fortunately without avail, in the case of The attorney general of Indiana has have furnished coal to nntiy of the States a ouor aovernl uoal vnui and my of euoh a crime at talk ono would expsct from a son of old Mrs Druz convicted Henry A. Wise, but there are nnny degen tookofCoal Backota nt'Coat- filed suits against Warden Howard for in the Union, and would anybody have bo Herkimer, N. Y. Gov. Hill refused to inerate sons of noble mrci in theie latter $200,000 and against hia securities for $150,- - lieved that in that short while London and T. II. WALTON. terfere aud she waa hanged Monday, meetWilliamsburg would have grown from 000. Mark Hardin, lite of Monttcllo, Clerk. aver- days. ing her fato about as bravely as the Daring his 18 months' occupancy of towns of 500 and 300 to cities of 1,500 and age fiend that goes to tho gallowa until Fr.oxi all we can gather Blatherskite the internal rovenue office at Lexington 3,000 respectively? These two places es tho noose waa adjusted and the black cap Berry haa made a mistake in canvassing Collector Robinson haa received $3,235,. pecially have enjoyed a steady boom ainco drawn, when she began to shriek in the most for the democratic nomination for goyern-or- . 885.54. the extension. Although I hear no such horrible manner. The idea of hanging a Bill Bradley will take his exact posiUnmindful of the fate of Lud Cornish, talk of thorn as we do of Birmingham, woman is revolting to most minds, but tion on the revenue bill, the State finances George Montgomery shot and killed bis and other booming places, I, with when one acts so as to deserve death, we and the Blair subsidy hill. Somebody silly onght to have told Birry in time which cousin, Mios Ollie Kiton, because she the citizens of this part of the State, believa can see no reaon for a display of a would not marry him. that Eastern Kentucky will 'bring up the sentiment whatever. If a woman can com- party he belongs to and then he might Nineteen peseons wero roasted to death rear before many years are put I struck mit such a crime and go free of the capital have had a chance of beating Bradley for and 4C4 bales of cotton were consumed by London in just the proper time. The peopenalty none of us poor, weakly married the nomination, being a handsomer and the burning of the steamer W. H. Gardn er, ple were hungry for a true democratic local better shaped man and even a greater demmen can call our lives our own. on the Tombigbee river. paper, as they had not seen cne since the agogue. The President is determined that a neAt South Boston, Halifax county, Vs., Leader went its downward road, and with gro shall be recorder of deeds in the DisThe Louisville Commercial unearths the 15 buildings, including Elmundson's store-ag- e my good friend, Mr. M. T. Craft, I succeedwarehouse, containing 1,500,000 pounds ed in in enlarging our already large list. trict of Columbia, since the republicans dirtiest and meanest piece of work that we started the ball by giving the place to Fred have ever heard of. Au examination of of tobacco were destroyed by fire. Mr. Craft seems to have the confidence of Douglas for so many years. The Senate the poll books of the 21 and 3d precincts of The bill to prevent the employment of all, and as we went from store to dwelling, having twice rejected Matthews, he has ap- the 7th ward shows that after the names of convicts and alien labor upon public workr, and vice versa, his endorsement waa all that pointed Munro Trotter, of Boston,' to the each democrat who voted for the prohibiand of convict labor in the preparation of was neededasap Inducement to subscribe. Trotter was originally from tion candidate for Preaident in 1884 appear of material has passed both houses of We are under lasting obligations to the position. Ohio, but entered a Massachusetts colored the vilest epithets that can be applied to Congress. three Crafts, Messrs. J. A., M. T. and R. B,, 232 FOVIllII AVENUE, regiment in the late war, rising to lieuten- man. The responsibility of the dirty work In a great storm of snow and sleet re and were I to hunt the universe I could ant from a private. He afterwards located seems to be saddled on Burton Vance, a cently in England, the wings of rooks froze find no cleverer trio. I bad the pleasure in Boston and for 18 years held the posi- young republican attorney. fast to their bodies, and hundreds of birds of calling on Joe Walton, the tion of assistant superintendent of regiskilled by falling from, trees, being un- son of Mr. M. T. Craft, named in honor of Col. Hamilton, of Montgomery, Cerro were tered letters. He gave offense in 1881 by able to fly. his brother and the editor of the Interior Gordo Williams'a son is announced supporting the democratic presidential Mm. G. E. Turner, cf Baltimore, Mr. fellow Journal. He is a fine blue-ey- ed as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor and ticket and was fired for partisanship of tho P.S.-ri- NE Tyree and Miss Rhodee, of Kanawha Falls' and really a handsome baby, tho first handGOODS the other boys had better begin to hump wrong variety. falls. The two first some one I ever saw. I suppoee tho perwere drawn under the themselves. The colonel is a popular and is not expect sons for whom he is named help to account The river and harbor bill, after much accomplished gentleman himself and with wero drowned. Miss Rhodei ed to survive. or his good looks, with a good share given trial and great tribulation, pased both the old general's backing there is no telling Mrs. Sarah Jane Robinson, of Boston, to Mr. Craft's handsome wife, and Mr. C , WMtW Tfl ? houses at laet, Tuesday. The original bill what he may ba able to do before the State 11'aCfl is the modern Lucretia Borgia. She is un- too, ofcourte I stopped at tho Jackson $7,459 250, the profligate Sen- Convention. appropriated der indictment far poisoning four persons House, under the management of Mr. F. B. ate increased it more than $3,000,000, but a The prohibitionists met in convention in and ia charged with killing two others by Riley. Ho is maintaining the good repu0 conference committee decided on $9,919,-00-Donlor In- Louisville yesterday and nominated Judge the same means. tation that Mr. W. II. Jackson gaye it, and and that is the amount finally agieed Fontaine T. Fox for governor, of course. Hon. Asher G. Caruth, Congressman-elec- t from all appearances is doing n good busiupon. This includes $150,000 for Green He deserved it more than any other man from the Fifth district, has resigned ness His (ablo is s; hi room river franchise. A great deal and B at in the State, and but for his cranky ideas on the office of Commonweath's Attorney for well furnished and his linen as wbito of the money thuB appropriated it done ROtno things, would be about as good a man the Ninth Judicial dis'rict and Aaron t. snow It is a first-clahotel in every tho iortanco of members who think by getto fill the executlvo chair as any that will Kohn waa appointed in his stead. See his advertisement in another ting all they can out of the public treasury be nominate!. President E. Zimmerman, of the Ches- column Tho new residences built by for their eecliou, they will be mora Bolid D. B. Lucas, a member of the legislature apeake & Nashville, has issued a circular Mesers. W. B. Citching, James D. Smith notwithstanding the monwith the people, and cne of the 12 democratic kickers appointing John W. Ridley general freight and W. II. Jackson are among the iui ey goes to waste on streams neither navigaagainst the of Camden, has been and passenger agent, auditor and cashier of provements in London. In fact it seems ble nor profitable. ar. WATJUIW.HiiluNiniui. appointed U. 8. Senator by Gov. Wilson, of the company, with headquarters at Galla- that tho building feyer is upon this place. hia speech at Lebanon the other day West Virginia. Ik Lucas evidently knew tin, Tenn. Corbin is a business like phcesincethe Gen. Clay ecorcd it into that "presumptions what he was about when he proposed and Oaly two other women have been railroad has been in construction and has own dear Colonel led young fellow," our hanged in this country since Mrs. Surratt already sprung from nothing to a town of the kick which proved so successful. O'Bradley, and said that if he was nomina-te- d was murdered for her aliened connection To sat at high noon Congress will peter with Mr. Lincoln's assassination, the wo- some 300 or 400 inhabitants. The work the party would again bo doomed to between this place and Pineviile ia being defeat, as if there was any earthly possibil- out and pon.e hundred or more unfaithful man in New York Tuetday and one recentpushed for all it Is worth. A good deal of ity for any other result, no matter whom members will go tramping home to return ly io North Carolina for arson. the grading haa already been done and it is The general no more. The session has been a failure so iniW the republicans nominate. George Allen is under arrest at Car- thouxht by September 1st this part of the also got after Judge Mprrow for his parti- far as the redemption of promises are con lisle for attempting to wreck a train. He road will be completed. Williamsburg is sanship end intimated that as a judge he cerned. has confessed the deed to one of Pinkerton's still the lumber point on th6 rood. Tweho Tub Maysville Jlepulliean in its daily detectives, who barelywcaped a mobbing saw mills, the majority large ones, and two should retire from the political control of hia party affair. The old man never fails form is a thing of beauty and we hope it by the citizens of that place while ho was the largest found anywhere, are kept busy to exprees his opinion and take n crack at will prove a joy forever to its projectors, working up the case and consorting with the year round and the lumber they turn Messrs. Davis and Hill, by bringing in dunegroes. creation if he's a mind to. out in a month is tstonishing. Haven' A pretty straight tip is out that the McCitEARV has recommended and cats even faster than they anticipate. Gov. seen many improvements in the way of of the Louisville delegation in Mr. Cleveland has appointed Joseph B. business houses or dwellings, but her popuThe Richmond Register speaks of our majority the Gubernatorial oonvention will support lation is steadily increasipg. Mr. Green Madison for two friend the Senator, as Major Harris. Willi, lato sheriff of Has The others, it is said, will terms, for postmaster at Richmond, which he a military record too? If so let us have Judge Hiner. Denham, editor of the Times, is laid up and further that Simon Boliof course, means that Mr. Willis will soon it. Billy O'Bradley must not have all the be for Harris, with the tetter. His hands aro completely var Bnokner will be left out entirely. commence handling the mall matter at the honors in that line. covered with it making him unable to Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVER, and alio has an improvement tha, Commercial. governor's home town. Postmaster Tay-i- er "wield the pen" at all. Mr. Frazure, of is dostined to make It much moro popular than it has ever been, Pjiesident Cleveland has been there The President is said to have concluserved the people about 25 years hai Don't buy a pump until you see tho BUCKET ELEVATOR, andTor out-tin- g Columbia, ia editing in his stead. Charlie two years There are still several ded to appoint on the Interstate Commisand will retire with tho consciousness of boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. Cox, of Stanford, is clerkiog for A. J. JEWEL and ECONOMIST but they won't be very long, we sion Col. Morrison, of Illinois; Gen. Braggi having dono bis duty well from first to rascals in, at this place. Dr. J, W. Dickerson RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &e. Curd, understand. of Alabams; and Judge Cooley, of Michi is last. Mr. Willis is at present proprietor of The report that he and , Also a general lino of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Limo, Cement Fluoltil- in Pmerille. gan, the present Receiver of the Wabash the Willis House, Richmond, and Is a Call For Committee Meeting. John Whitehead are to becoino benedicts W. B. system. The latter is a republican, and unMcKINNEY. Saloamen. pletflsnt and popular gentleman. The members of the Democratic County seems to be true as neither deny it acd AUUUUT WKIU1NUEK. der the law, which does not go into effect blush like 1C year-olCommittee are requested to meet in the ofgirls when asked Kentuckians grab for everything in till April 5th, two of the commission will about it. eight and by their greediness seem to Iobo fice of the Interior Journal at 1 o'clock bs republicans and three democrats. E. C. W. from sheer disposition to hog the game. next Monday, March 7tb, to consider imMark Bryant, another of the scounmatters. A full meeting is earnestportant To Horso Men. Will Owens was an appllcint for a brought disgrace upon the J. E.Lynn, Ch'm. drels that have under the Interstate bill ocd ly desired. E P. Falconer, of Boyle county, will be a cowardly asfair name of Pulaski, made falling is now pushed for one of the Public Printer Benedict's confirmation sault on a young man named Davidson at here on the 7th, court day, with his stalprovided for by tho bill to elicited a warm opposition, but he was final- Barren Fork and killed him without any lions Paladlne.by Rysdyk'a Hambletopian, investljatetho Pacific railroads. The of- ly confirmed, 37 to 19, provocation whatever. He is the same who dam by Seeley's American Star, bred like fice is creitod for one year and pays $9 000. Craig Tolliver, the Rowan county des- stabbed old man Bowman nearly to death Dictator, that stands at $500 the season, and Mr. Oivensisa cipable and accomplished perado, is visiting in Cincinnati and is the recently and was never punished therefor. Artillery, that sold this winter for $30,000, gentleman and it is to be hoped he will get subject of much notice from the newspMonday a fire broko out on board the which is proof of Paladino being one of tho thero this time. aper. lighter Lorena at Pier 37 North riyer, New higheat bred horses in America, He will The Senate Committee on the District York, owned by the Morgan Line Steam also have AbJallah Mambrino, by Almont, bv several, Aw. the fools are not dead dam Lyd, by Brown Chief, by Mambrino bat there is one Ie to) disturb the earth. of Columbia has decided to report unfavor- ship Company. A great amount of cotton Chief. Abdullah Mambrino has trotted at Phil Blanche, at Akron, O., couldn't bear ably the nomination of J. M. Trotter to be was destroyed and (be losses are estimated Recorder of Deeds for the District. His at from $350,000 to $100,000. No lives the rate of 2.24 and has several colts that tho idea oven of a week'a postponement of can beat 2.30. He asks a share of the breed his marri ige, and when hi? intended waa rejection is expected to follow the report. wero lest, though a body of firemen had a entreaty, ho drew n pistol The Senate has no use for d d democratic narrow easape frum either burning or ing of our best mares and guarantee? a lib. lamovablo to eral roward to every breeder. negroes. drowning. asd blew his brains out. snow-storm- The New Jersey democrats are hardly worthy of the name, With n majority of five in tho general assembly they go on day after'day balloting without result, when if they had the interest of tho party and the country at heart they would pool eyery other issue in the one doire to return n democrat to tho National Senate. Lateii. By a union between the disaffected democrats and the republicans Rufus Blodgett was elected by a vote of 11 to 33 oyer Abbett, the democratic nominee He is a railroad superintendent and has served two terms in the New Jersey Legislature, where he was the recognized democratic leader, and waa for several years a member of tho Democratic State Central Committee. NOTES OF CURRENT EtENTS. Minister Pendleton set sail for Berlin yesterday. The public debt decreased $1,430,782 last month. The jubilee of Queen Victoria will oc- cur June 21. "You are a liar,'1 said one representabody, tive to another in that sweet-scentthe Indiana L?g'elature, and thereupon a spittoon went sailing as his head, The body all in all Is the most disgraceful that ever met. The railroad commission finds that the mileage of railroads now in operation in the State is 2,095, an increase of 95 during the year, besides there are under construction 365 additional miles. The grots earnings of 23 of the principal roau in the State amount to $10,937,177.95, while the operating expenses amount to $0,095 375.33 leaving net earnings for same roads of ed Jm 1 XJMEASE HEAD h v. o rs T, R. WALTON, .; It x rrt flrit-tlai- I An-nist- WALSH, THE TAILOR, EXCLUSIVELY. 'f r-- J ' LOUISVILLE, in-la- ;, loe F. first-clas- icj-pec- Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware, Glassware, Etc. WI. MAIN STREET, STANFORD. KY. w OIjZ"V"EI Vn. ZFIjO"W"SI w. ir. higgiivs 6 i y. ,A aw ,'t d Wall Paper, Furniture, . Cases, Caskets, Robes. t m Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAREflJ, Stanford. y 1 1 iiti .iiW: nmi jii, ' , WfrPTIWI "Wf"J"5 S"!!. tMww.nforr'i S14flSr"WSSl ''''" ihTi ''nywM!imt('umV.iiiin rYSejfrIrt wlWy.n""' 1 The good old days of turnip greens and jowl are upon us, but the supply of the for mer is limited and only at great Intervals i can a mess be secured. Raisers can .Stanford, Ky., - March 1, 1887 Cait. 0. II McKinnby hM sold the their own price by immediate) delivery. get right to manufacture and eell hla pitant tr.p In CilifornU for 100 rtcrea of Ar- UARRIAOES. B. O.WALTON. - UufllnoBB ManaKor. kanM UnJ valued nl $500. Mr. T. E, Johnson, of the Scott County Sam Owens went to to Liuisvlllo nn a Naa, whose firrt wife was Miss Annie LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. was married yesterday to Edna promise that he should have some of the 2 10 r. X. U S. prisoners to keep, but he found the Lucy, of Georgetown, at tho Gibson House, Mall train going North. ' ,....m.U IS r.x. number so small and convictions so few this Cincinnati. " " Bouth 1 14 .. BiprtM train" Boulh...... tin .. ..,... 3 II 1.N conrt that he returned without a mm. " Norh..... Qektiit Shy, the four jesr old on o( aliter of Chrii Gentry, tiled at Ilitrrodiibure Tuemlar nlht of pnoumonU, hog stealing, The hog stolen belonged to Mr. J. C Caldwell. Tho cafe of Alex Jenkins, charged with grand larceny, was set for Monday week. Gen. 8. 8. Fry received a dispatch from Senator James B, Beck Wednesday informing him that the bill for increasing his pension to $50 per month had passed the Senate and only awaited the President's sicna ture to become a law. A Louisville paper of Wednesday having announced that Rev, James L. Allen, of this place was a candlhte for the prohibition nomination for superintendent of public instruction, that gentleman says the announcement was without authority; that he will not accept the nomination if tendered, and that he is not and never hsa been a party prohibitionist, although fayorlng local restriction of the liquor trade. Dr. L. 8. McMurtry left Wednesday for New York and Philadelphia to be abPain-Cur- er is sent about a month; Dr. J. C. Bogle is 1ms Iho known. out again after a confinement of two weeks from pneumonia. Captain P. B. Thompson, of Harrodiburg, is in town (Thursday) in attendance on circuit court. Mr. J. M. Bryant, of Chicago, a former citizen of Danville, is in town. (Cinoinnati New Orloans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) A progressive euchre party given by Mr. and Mrs, C. P. Cecil Wednesday night New was attended by the following named peo Cuba, West. pie: Misses Effie Cropper, Emma Weisc-ga- r, Dora Harris, Mary Cheek, Bettie and Lettie Craig, Fannie Tarr; Messrs. B. F CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. Phillips, J. H. Letcher, D. T. Fackler, J. It K A II DOWN. KKAD VI. A. Heron, W. B. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. P. ' ' TltTlNB BOUTII. TUAINH MOUTH. G. Noland were present a portion of the Ho,". Ho. 6. Wo.1. I No 3. Io. 2. No. 4, No.fi. No. 8. STATIONS. DallT, Dally evening. Dally. THHy. Ex. Bun. Dally. Dally. . Dally. Ex. Sun. Dally. Joshua Djram waa fined a V in the 7 65 am 403pm 8 10 p m' 7 55 a in L're... Cincinnati ..A'rr 6 42 p m 10 25 a m' 6 40 am SOOpu police court Wednesday, Joshua violated 10 02 am 7 05pm 10 82 p in 1063 am Georgetown 4S0pin 7 27 a ml 4 25 am 2 01 p m 4 15 pm 7 0Oa m 4 05 am 13.5 pm Lexington. the revenue laws of the United States; he 10 22 am 7 35 p m II '.'Op m 11 SO a in Nlcholasrllle .... 3 53pm G27am't333am 104pm 1043 am 8 02 pm 11 41pm 1154 am used profane language; he had a five cent 1108am 811pra 1233 pm .Harrodsburg Junction., 3 25 p m 5 47 a ra ....1223pm a m 12 12 32aml 47 p m 312 pm Danville cigar in his mouth and rebellion in his 11 20 am 8 59 p m 12 33 a m,2 42pm .......Junction City ..... 302 p m, f5 20 a in, 2 50 a m 12 01 pm 2 45 5 pm 1135 am! 9 10 pm 12 (3 am 2 3 25pm 1042 am Kings Mountain heart; he had part of a barrel of whisky in 2 27am' 4 20pm Somerset 12 60pm1 133pm 120am 9 50 am his possession, with tho intention of shortly 10 00 p m G 05 a m 6 30 a m 7 30 a m 3 53 p m .Oakdale. .. . ...... ,10 45 a m G 15 p m 8 23 a m 8 25 a m 7 10 p m Chattinoo ga taking a drink of the eamr; he is an anar 10 15am 1 30am' 12 50 am 6 10 pm .Birmingham G 20 a in 9 62pm 911pm Eutaw . chist; he hindered a nigbt watch; ns'sled SOiam' .... G40pml 7 40 p m ..Meridian 315am 1230am an officer and had a bad expression out of 3 00 a mi 8 00 p rn 10 40 p m ... 7 35 a m .New Orleans his eye, and considering the crimes charg235 am 1255 am' ..Meridian ....I .. 73'pm ...Vlcksburg ed against him, it is supposed that he got 730 ami -..I I 6 45 p m ....I ........... 15 a m ...Jihrareport off tolerably cheap. .. 7 59 am .... ....... 7 10 p ml ....!........ .T. P Junction.. In accepting the compromise in the No. 9 leaies Oakdale daily except Sunday, at 5 41 x, M, Arriving at Chattanooga at 9.15. No. S case of the Knights of Honor vs Breckin leave Chattanooga at 3.00 p. u., arriving at Oaciala at G 43 p. it. nuge juuge JacKsonsaiu: "it wm a case Mann Boadolr Budst Sloping Cirs on all through trains. H. COLLBItAN, Gen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt., that might properly have been adjusted in JOHN C. GAULT, Gen'l Manager, It. CAKROLL, Ooa'I upt. It. X. HYAN, Astt. Gen'l Frt. A Pasi. Agent. the way that yon have done, and adjusted W. W. WELLS, Superintendent. Somerset, Ky. so as to relieve Judge Breckinridge from General Offices, 8t. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. anything like culpable conduct in this matter; and it fiords the court pleasure to say that as the proof has been developed before it, there is no occasion to n fleet upon Judge Breckinridge in the least in this matter. Lst the judgment be entered" This morning the caee of Alice Madi eon, for cutting her husband, Bill Madison, was tried. It turned out in proof that Bill went to church with another woman named Fancie Scott and that Alice saw them there, the woman sporting some jewelry belonging to her (Alice.) She asked for her jewelry and it was refused her. Bill then "cuesed" her and kicked her twice and Alice cut him slightly with a small pocket knife. The trouble occurred near asthe church between Junction City ard Shelby City. Alice has been in jail since the occurrence which dates from November. Alice was fined $50 althouch Bill in his testimony admitted that he needed the cutting he received. The steerage passenger rite to Europe, in all the leading steamship companies, has been increased $5 Elmer Elliott, aged 9, fell into a mud-settlof a salt furnace at Pomeroy and was scalded to death. Children Gry FOR PITCHEFTS ..... sail about Thaaxive la calculaud on standard lima. Bolar JO inluutca taster LOCAL NOTICES. RELIGIOUS, LiNDUrrii'a Garden Heed at IVnrjy h McAlialtrV Abk your crowr for the Cincinnati Co. ' crackers and cake. W ATCiira and Jewelry repaired on iihor nolle and warranted by Penny A McAli r. IJa-kin- g IIuNTKJifl, all atsn of Alliter's. A 00Mri.ETK Attention. Ktock leaded abot, at l'enny Cart-ridg- e, & Mo of jowelry, latent ttyle. Kockford watchea a recialty. I'en uy A McAUntpr. PERSONAL. Mna. 8. P. Staoo In Danville. U Tinitlni relative -- Mr MuuriiY arrived from I!ockca- tie Springs yetrday Dn and Mrs C. A. Cox aro vlniting their relative, Mm rJpUman, at Lowell. Miss Hachkl ALLl80N,of Oeorgetown, U with her aiiUr, Mrs. Blephen liurch. Mismiw. P. L Kimi-jon- , J. L. llackley and Charlie McHberta went down to the Prohibition Convention at Louisville. Ittv. John H JAMuand wife ptwoi through to rCirkayllle yeIerdy, whens they will reurnn for ooie time, Mr. James havint: rottoed hi ptorate in Somerset, The new schedule of the K. O brings Conductors J. T Martin, Lon Ililey, II C. Farmer nnd I'linniM Mttlock here, but its they arrive at 0.30 and leave at 1.30, we never Ret a chance to rizs upon them. DuniNU the rerricfd at the burial of Mr. Cnennult, Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. II. T. Bush, who has be n in bad health for eorae time, fainted, causing much alarm among her friends Hbe recovered after a short while, howeyer, and was taken home whtre she was fully restored. Jddoe N. Sandiceh, the oldest and most popular drummer on the road, was here Wednesday. He says that his son in law, Prof II K Taylor, continues to re. ceive the greatest encouragement for Superintendent of Public Instruction and has not a doubt that be will be the nominee. LOCAL MATTERS. New garden reeds at A, A. Wren'i, S. va- a Myers. Fkesu Salmon to-d- and Bulk and paper garden seed in great riety at T. R. Walton's Tux small boy and others here wratliog with the mumpi. An examination of the mill property A Methodist revival at Madisonville, ihows 100 lights 10x18 broken. Ills nat. Ohio, resulted in 200 additions. ural for a boy to throw at the window of an Rev. Percy G. Elsom will pieach at unoccupied house, but he ought to be Cherry Grove at .1 r M Sunday, whaled for It all the same If caught at it, Tho new Methodist hymn book will soon be issued. The present one has been A visit to the Laundrr disclosed Me&sri. use 40 years. Farias A Weller busy with a force of hands in Brother Barnes proposes a test of the rehabilitating soiled linsn and turning out sincerity of the rich men who have found some nice work. They are well prepared consolation and hope In his gospel. See for the business and should be liberally latter portion of hi letter in this Issue. patronised. A special and interesting service with Ml We hope we may be permitted to repeat addresses will be held in the interest of miswhat we have heard so often in the last sions at the Baptist church Sunday mornthree days that "March come in like A ing. All members, christian workers and lamb and will go out like a lion." The others cordially invited to come. first ptoposilion Is very pleasantly true, Elder E. L. Powell's meeting continues the most delightful weather prevailing with great religious enthusiasm, Includsince the hlizzud of Sunday. ing last evening, he has preached 22 serHIS mons, received SG persons into the church Anotheh attempt to get up the building and performed 77 baptisms. It is not yet association, which for some reason failed of known when the meeting will come to an accomplishment jnst Hfter the act of the end f Maysville Republican. lrgislature granting it a chatter was passed, Rev II. C Morrison's congregations is now being made. Such Institutions pay are so large at Winchester that he had to handsome dividends in other places and move from the Methodist to the Presbyterithere is no retton why one should not an church and finally to the Opera House, tburish here. and that he finds toosuiall for his audiences. The Democrat says. Enmities of long standThe Superior Court dectdei iu the of Witrd, A.3. vs. Adam's Trustee from ing have been swept away, new friendships (lirrvd, that the tenant Is bound to pay formed and an era of good feeling prevails. the rent for the term, though the rentod Nearly 100 persons have united with the premise ls destroyed by inevitable equal- various churches and the zjal of thoso ally; and he is not helped by tho fact that ready members has been kindled anew. the landlord may, during the timo, haye Nearly all the ministers of the various had the property insured for his own ben churches co operate heartily in the good work and denominstioual differences are efit. - III. II. t left in the background By the new schedule the Interior Journal ii now delivered at all points along LAND. STOCK AND CROP the K. C. to Richmond before breakfast, I have a No. 1 scrub milk cow for sale, on the morning of publication. Over at W. F. Ramsey. Gilbert's Creek, Lincaster, Paint Lick and Fifty tons of hay ready baled, for sale other offices, we understand that our patJohn Bright, Stanford. rons get up an hour sooner than formerly For Sale. Some nice clover hay for In order to read their favorlta paper, hot cows. Apply to 8. P. Stagg. fiom the press. B. G. Gover sold to J. K. Vanarsdale six year old gelding for $140. The mail of the K.O. new leaves at 4:30 A. M. and returns at 9.15 r. x. and conseFor Sale. 8 mules and 10 milk cows. quently la not opened till 8 o'clock next W. W. and 8. E. Bright, Ky. A good day. So far as that is concerned the pres Jack for sale. ent arrangement is not half so good as the Apply lo R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, old and it is very severe on the agent, Mr. Ky. Now is the time to gather horse and G. R Hardfu, who gets less than six hours rest at night. If ho could go on the 5 and jack bills. They can bo had cheap at this office. return on the G o'clock train it would be a Wanted -- Yearling mules. Will be decided improvement and much more con in Stanford county court day. Brinkley, venient to the public. Catron A Co. asleria Centaur Liniment tho most wonderful ever world y Queen and Crescent Route. Orleans, Florida, South Shortest and Quickest Line to South East, Texas, ce I .'.- PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! Oa-sle- are Salt and Coat rels of salt at $150 Iiaio Leuoy Levitt, a 15, was Will sell 7 bushel barCoal always on hand, , Hamilton, Rowland weak-minded found utility of stealing from the poitLilfceat Woodbine. youth of stamps pleaie, pleaie. pleate, plcve, please, plee, leo, PLEASE settle. Owsley A Craig. Fleam:, pleae, please, please, TiiRealoof the Kentucky Central will le msdont Ltxniijt.in, April 7. The road is 07 milts from Coviuijton to Lexington, with branches 103 imleti in length. The Great Attraction in Stanford, com mencing Saturday, March 5th, and continuing during the following week, is the grand cloning out auction sale of dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, hats, etc. We haye twice too many goods for this season of the year and they must go at whatever the peo pie choose to pay, After Monday, March th county court day the ladies are es pecially invited to attend, when will be sold tho moat elegant line of white goods, embroideries and lacs curtainsever displayed in the city, together with n full line of cashmeres, woolen dress goods, ginghams, l prints, muslins, etc Comfortable seats S. L. Powers A Co. pro-vidu- V. H Smith, of Hustonville, who reand friends, including his brothers, Prof. cently aligned, ha effected a settlement Jason Chenatilt, E. R. Chenault and his with his creditors at 50 cents on tho dollar, siiter, Misj Helen Chenault, the latter two and has returned charge of his stock. of Fort Scott, Kansas. Mr. Chenault has m ii Owsley & Son are renovating the store- on account of deaths and sicknesj made room next to McRoberts A Slagg'ifor Mack the trip here three time within a month. furniAt tho grave Dc, Morris Evans read a chapHuffman, who will open a ter and the burial service, supplimenting ture and undertaker' store in a few days. with a few words of commendation of the With an increase of nearly a million dol- life's work of the deceased and consolalars hi the assessed value of property in the tion for the weeping ones. Rev. F. 8, Pol-llcounty, we can see no reason why the counfollowed in prayer and then all that ty levy can not be reduced to 15 cents on was mortal of the dear brother, husband the $100 Our worthy magistrates will and friend was consigned to earth. consider tho matter fully when they meet The most inveterate smoker, since the Monday. days of Grant, is Gen. Simon Bollivar Walnut Looa Wanted. 1 will pay the Backner. Aesed about the habit he said: highejt market rrice in cash for walnut "I us) tobacco now in gratitude to the weed logs or lumber or will buy the timber in as but for it I should have become a raving the tree Any one iiaving walnut to dis- maniac. After surrendering at Fort Don- pose of and will notify me of the amount, elson I was placed in a dungeon at Fort quality and where IocteiJ I will come and Warren and for 13 months was not allowed teeit. A. C. Sine. to see a newspaper, receiyo or write a letter, case to physicians nor in fact speak to a mortal for all that An almost unknown has developed on a patient of Dr. Alcorn. time, the attendant who brought my meals It is called urethrorectal fistula and he shoving them through an aperture without invited fit: Peyton, Reid and Hunn to as- my even seeing his person. Fortunately I sist him in nn operation for it. An abea was kept supplied with tobitcc) and to ita interferred, however, and the operation was use I owe my Ufa and reason. It wai my sole companion during thoie weary months deferred until that was made to heal. and I can not go back now on a friend so A MAN named Jacob Roberta played both dear." the Farmers National, of this place, and the At a meeting of the directors of the National, of Lancaster, for $30 each and raised a crop of tobacco in this Stanford, Dix River, White Oak and Gar- skipped. He county and afle selling It receiyed a num- rard County' Turnpike, Tuesday, W. A. ber of drafts, which he was allowed to check Tribble refused to qualify as such nnd upon, and everything proving correct he Alex Traylor was chosen in his stead. Mr. tried his hand on hla own hook. Hero he Troy lor waa afterwards made president and got his check on the Lancaster bank cash-- el Mr. Tribble eoc'etary and treasurer. In and there one on the Farmers and since addition to the $S0O per mile and $2,300 then has not been heard of. Teller W. M, for the bringe appropriated by the county Bright followed him down to where hla court, there have been $1,125 raised by family live near Burgtn, but could hear private subscriptions which is $600 short of nothing of him Mr. Bright mado a sec- the amount needed to complete the work, according to estimate?. Tho directory apond trip to Burgln Wedneeday and explain-into Roberts' wife tho nature of the of- peals to the people for this additional sum aud it is to be hoped that it will bo forth fense, she readily consented to turning him to make good the coming, The names of the subscribers and over a horse to the amount of their subscriptions appear amount. Shosald that her husband was eleewhere in this piper. in Chattanooga, GrJt-clasa tt g The burial of Mr. Aimer O. Chenault wat attended by a large crowd of relatives For Sale. A splendid milk cow and R. E. a young calf, Terms reasonable. " Barrow, Stanford. livery stable at Daulton Brothers' Maysville, was burned and 30 horses destroyed, Loss, $10,000. One thonsand bushels selected seed oats. Price as low an thoy can be bought anywhere. Wearen A Menefee. In Louisville cattle are steady at 2 to hogs quiet at 1 35 to 5 35; sheep and lambs dull at 3 to 4 and 1 to 5 cents, Dy a corner In pork tho market went up $3 per barrel in Chicago Tuesday, but collapsed during the day and fell to tho starting prire. Smith A Johnston, of Lynnyille, Tenn,, bought of Alex. Riley 20 long yearling mules at $92 per head. Joe Eites sold to old jack for $400 W. L. Smith a Lebanon Standard. W. M. Citron sold this week to James feeding Gay, of Clark county, 70 2 year-olcittle at $41 per head; to Mr. Woodford, of same county, 30 yearlings at $2(3, bought S yearling mules of Robert Land at $50; and 2 ftom E. T. Pence at $0250. At Winchester court there were offered GOO to 700 cattle; 70 head of good 2 year-old- s brought $38; 30 head of yearlings $20; d yearlings $29. The were a 13 goodly number of common cattle sold at low pric'a. About 100 mules were offered, but sales were slow. Sun. In Loultvillo 21 hhds Bourbon leaf, lugs and trash tobacco sold from $2 50 to $10. George Becker sold to J. W. Fergu son 20 head of feeJing cattle at $ljc, and 21 lighter at lots price, C Lee Talbott, sold to GaoMe Elstell, 3 head of fine cattle 30 months old, weighing 4,050 pounds at 5 cents. Kentucklan. J. M. Ruby bought 150 stock hoga in the Corniehville neighborhood coating on an average about $i 10 per hundred, Winter Brewer bought this week 200 head of hogs at 1J cents to bo weighed the first of March. D. C. Terhune has bought of Sam Forsythe 5 long yearling cotton mules at $69 per bead. Also eight head same age from Joo Morgan at $492 50 for the lot LHarrodsburg Democrat. d S00-poun- er We have much, the largest stock and best sortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will ilnd a ISO. 5 CUAMPIOX, SXTf ADTKKTKjEUKtTK. tho Plow of all Plows for such work, they are almost JACKSON HOUSE, indestructible. We have various kind of plows and F . B. RILEY, Proprietor. at all kinds of prices. We can suit any one that will Ilioronehly Jtciinvnfcil nml We have a few tliroHEliont. First. claim Fnrc give our assortment an investigation. nml ronsoiinbto irlce. Day nnd nlglit IrnliiN met by polite l'orteru of tills Sulky Plows wo will sell at very low prices. Itrfnr-iiInIiciI populnr IIoiimc. 207-G- IOSTJEl ! WEAKEN & MENEFEE. All persona are notified not to piss through our premises without special permission, as we will enforco the law against those who do. 204 tf. IP Jl. JlECJi, A.M. FELA.D, jr. II. MILLER, Wmmjm WMMm PHARMACISTS, DBALXIS IB Stanford, Ky. All peraooa are requested not to pasi through my premliea without special permission. Tbosa wbofall to comply with this request will lo doalt with by law, offer my aareral Lota In town and tub-ur- bi V.S tor sale. (203 Id) P. E. 1 Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. FhTsiclans' prescriptions accurately compounded. Alao FEVIOX EMBREE. - JEWELERS. Tho Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, Jewelry and Silverware Ever bought to thla market Prices Lowor than the Loweat, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice and Warranted. Commissioner's Sale Valuable Land ! ! GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. C. L. Nevlui A. Others, Pl'fft. a ilnst Ja in es A. Collier, dc, Defts , Consolidated cases in E nutty . In pnrauaace olaluJgtnent of tho Oarrard Cir- cuit Court rendered st lie January term, 1837, 1 u -- Di. P. H.Dunn, of this city, died here the above it jlod caaw, the undersigned Master Commissioner ofUarrard Circuit Court, will on last night of softening of the brain, He NATUKD.1Y, IUARCII 8, ISS7, was 48 years of ege. Wayno nnd Casey on the premises sell the lands of James; A, Collier, A gentleman from mentioned In the pleading of abore itylod taace, counties, in Danville Tuesday, brought the and described as follows: Hltuated in (Jarrard adjoins Poor intelligence that both on Monday held re- County, Kr.,on Carter Illdge PUo, known tha tho lands of Win. as and others and the Aim Collier land. publican county conventions and instructed Tbetflrst tract contains SI Acres and thn life ea ateofaald Jatnoa A, Collier, in same will for Col. Wm. O. Bradley for governor. bo firs t sold; I will then sell the fc sliuplo tltlo ol The grand jury on Wedneeday return- said Collier In tho 1HO acre tract. The land la ed the following1 indictments: Bailie in flno farming land, well Improved, watered and a high atate of cultivation, aud tho two tracta larceny; J, adjoin each other. t Woods, Alex Jenkins, grand ifEHMB: The purchaser will hi required to exeGoshen, Josh Doram, the first in three ca- cute bonds, niyablo to Master Commissioner in G 12 months, 'with approved security, bearing G ses, the latter in two, selling liquor; Thorn and cent. per Interest from dato until pitd, having the asjault and battory. force and eUuct of ajudsmauf. with Hon retained as Lse Edwards, on land for the puicnaso money, roieesslou given Jim Fisher, colored, was given two on day of sale. GEO. itBA'SY, M. C. G. C. C. years in the penitentiary this morning for 205 Id. DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, BrnuBt Chemicals, Paints, Oils, & STAGG, Stanford, Ky., Wall Paper, Books, x:e:a.XjE3iie3 Wines, in Lamps, . I'ocifet Stationery, "g"r" Cutlery, Tobaccos, Hoapfl, Maeuln Perfumery, Fire Arms, Needle. IJquor Musical Instrneuieuta fRcmiinc O. Salts in Bulk retail. at Wholesale anal At.lt--. Vi ' - iJS: I Tt. jft'(i.. 11. l. ,m j. ' tt jtaO .J. t4-- r .!L!iLj wwBv'.i'OtfaasjSjssjseaysWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWssB mjsL TmsWflsavjTsalswewMSsTjsaassaawSBwasweaigsSSS owtgygtSswasawfrBgigsjMa II.ST-- J. .3? Ji.?TW ivar.-,tg.-a;- i ', iLMiS!SSS iaMgwMsMfsitTsfl5 T Tr iii "f"11 Esissa1 '"" ' "Vwrjkj LI Su-SBttHfiSnleri- or lonrmtl Excluding 151.S03 Indian Territory tnere are Inliaus in the United States and GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lancaiter. Judge Marrow will hold a special ,f t term of court here March 15 for the trial of Fnn the Western Recorder. THE BELL OF STAMFORD -- TOWN. equity cue. Revs. Wright, of WilllamitowD, and (Tho following line, which we publish by Peoples, of this city, are conducting a prolady friend, were written byProf.M. B. A llmond, on reading the notice In this paper ol tracted meeting at the Methodist church. ringing the church bell at midThe CDuatv court refused to grant li- Mrs. Ed Caldwell'! the expiration of the saloon IN night to celebrate Moncense for ealoon to Mr. J. W. Miller car (km ) day. The caw will be taken to a higher 'Tie midnight now In Stanford In good, old Btasford-towcourt. And harkl a bll la ringing The democratic committee nominated From out yon steeple down Mr. W.A. Anderuon for the Legislature A thousand silver echoes Monday. Mr. Anderson is a strong candi A thousand voices aweet That linger 'round the heuse-todate anl will win the race. And loiter 'long the street, Water street has been surveyed Weat What means the church boll calling through the land of Mr. John Duncan to The people from Ihelr sleep? a point nrar the residence of Mr. H. 0. What means these notes bo merry That erstwhile were so deep? KaufTman, and the work of macadamizing They bring tho glad good tiding (Several lots have al will Koon be begun To every ready been spoken for on the new street. "Ee happy, wives and babies. to hate ac'ed The town clock appears We ring tho demon out, that once The law, the lav awakens in imitation of the time-piec- e And throws her claims aside, belonged to novae one' grandfather, and And tells tbe arch offender which nt the death of (he old man went For once he Is defied; short on time and Ionic on loafing. A ehut Ee gone thou whisky demon, Accursed ol man and God, terisofl one of its windows and it may be Thy breath breathe loul contagion, that the clock has been eeiiomlv annoyed Thy step pollutes theeod." by the wind blowing through its whisker. Rejoice, rejoice, 1 motnersl The Interior Jodrkal is tho early O, father, wake and know birdatt citchei the Ltocnter worm just A rampart standi butwcen, now, Your children and the toe. now, That lire arrives here toronce you've shown your courage daylight the morning of publication before And quit yourselves like men. and is ready for distribution at the postof-fi- ce Dp tons of freedom, waken: by 7 o'clock. They do tell us how this Up, at the foe, agslu." Ring loud, O bell of Stanford, paper beat a cocktail taken previous to the Ring loud and long a nd clear, matudinal meal. Now is the lime to subTill all t his teat, good nation scribe Shall rouso itself and hear While In Lexington last week, Capt And cat ch tbe nobis spirit T. A. Elkio, of this place, was lucky That stirs within your breast enough to secure control of the celebrated And rout that heartless tyrant, Whose hand wns long oppressed. standard-bre- d stallion, Arthur Sims, by O. tears of widows falling! Gen, Knox, out of a Bourbon Ceief mare O, orphans' olteoua moan! The horie has been brought here and it O, wives, whoao drunken husbands Slake life one constant groan' now at the Captain's stable, near town, O, fathers and good mothers, where he attracts a good deal of attention Who weep an erring son! Well posted horsemen are of the opinion O, children whose, aid, trials that this is a cood outlet to the Hambleto-nla- n Were cow but half begun! ringing, breed of mares uuch as Wo, Welch, To you yon church-be- ll Brings hope and joy and lore, Metropolitan, Tltimus, &c. Asdseema to to sty: "Hin'i heart now Misa Emma L hthII, of Hyattsville, is Throbs with God's heart'.above, visiting Miss Jennie Sweeney. Mr. John And all who long havesuSered M. Logan and Mr. C. W, Sweeney have Beneath this giant's power gone Eiat to bur goods for their respective Are freed once more, thank hearin' At this glad midnight hour." stores. Mr. John C. Tnompsin has been so ring, 0 bell of Stanford, on the sick list for several days, Mr. A Sing loud and long and clear, " Ttll'all this great, good nation B. Rue, the Louisville artist, is in town Arouse ltslf and bear this week with same very fine specimens of Andcatchthe coblesplr.t work executed for Lancaster parties. Mr. Thatstlra within rour breast, W, A. Yinti.i, Master Frank and Miss BesAnd rout that beartlesi tyrant sie, Mr. and Mrs. G. Jones Salter, of Tnde Whose hand has long oppressed. pendence, Ky, are vioiUn relatives in this Turnpike Subscriptions . county. Mr. L. F. Hubble has returned Below are the names of the subscribers to the back-- , there from Birmingham, but will-gStanford, DU River WhlU Oak and Garrard shortly and become a real estate tj4errtj? C4iity Turnpike and, the amounts of tbelr aub. James Rose, charged with outraging 'ecrlpttooi: . ,, aiiati, smq; w. u.. Mahala Borneide, colored, wis tried before bi,W.E..Amou, BtlO; Judge Walker Wednesday, whohed hlsi, Miliar. JiCSrWarren. 125; W. H. Higgles, W;N. D. Elmore, JSO; J. F.l'ey ton, ISO; Lee F. over till circuit court in a bond of $250. Hugh.BeiId,IU;D.B. Carpenter, 2S; Huffman, Tho amount of the bond seems small, but 3, E. and L. J. Cook, ItCOj W. H. Dudderar, 325; when it is considered that Rose could not Lewis Dudderar $509; Samuel Dudderar $100; C, arnlsh bail amounting to 50 cent, it will M. Bpooaamore, t200; Wrn. Gooch, 1M- Alec. Traylor, 3100. II. B. Boone, is amply sufficient to hold Traylor, HOC: John b seta that this .$20O, J. W.aod K.3. Beailay. XO;. Penny 4 Kc- him. The cue against the prisoner is r AUater, $23; J. (V Carpenter, $25; James Dudderar, char one and will send him to the. peniten0; JEUmon A Owalej; SU; A. C Robinson, $23; tiary for a number of years, if it does not Darld fipoonamors, $10); W. Q. Welch, Vit; W. i bang him. ThlaRwe is a bad character A.TribbU.tW. in court iajothing new or novel Dronkenasii, or liquor Habit, tan be Cured by alminiitsrUig Dr.JKainej! .Golden pqeiAe , to bin. He was sentenced-- - to the workIt can be Riven In a cup ot coffee jnr tea .with-rhouse for a long time about two years ago thetnovrlodgo. of the person taking It, ef. for some offense, but made good his escape fating a speedy and permanent cure, whether a few, hours after his incarceration. Noth- the patient li a moderate drinker or an alco-tiolwreck. Thousands ol drunkards hate ing more was seen of bim uatil recently. been mado tempo rate men who have taken the night the rape was committed on Holder) Specific In their coffee ulthout tliclt Oathe knonleJKO', arid'to-da- y believe they quit the woman he forced an entrance into a Ing ot jlhelr own free ft 111. No harmful drink effect ecbool-house- , where he accomplished his results from Ita administration. Cures Ruaran-teeSend for circular nnd full particulars. fiendish purpose. Address In confidence Ooluhn n; ps eemi-wetkly they now occupy or claim rerervatlons to the amount of 0 1 SOS 11 1 acres of land, which is about C30 teres for every man, woman and child, Bright, Caleb, lot la Bonsyvlllr, end '8C, $2 85 Cloyd, Joseph, 2 acres McCtnnny branch, '81, '83 and 'feO, $3; Cloyd, John, 1 rcreMcKlnney branch, $2 10; Cloyd, Maria, 0 acres, Mt. Salciu, 'S3, MO, C5 ccata Cloyd, Edith, 10 acres, UcKlnney branch, 75 eta Cooper, James, lot In Uustonvlile,75 cents; Coopar helra, S3 cents; Carr, Hlatt, lOacrea, Bonyvllle, '83 and'SC, $1.40 Estls, Tina, tt acres, ML Salem, 73 cents; " " 3.30; " Gentry, Green, " ' " Ocntry, Ruben heirs, " Harlan, John, 2 acrs, Mllledgsvllle.MI.M3 Bonyvllle,33 cts; Ly tie. Sally, a " Morton, Geo. 3 " Morelanl, '35, '8, Molloberta, Tilda, 3 acres, Turnsrsrllle, MS '3 T1IK TIIOKOVUlIItRKT HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL fliAunviN or aij:i.im:. swea sav 100; 2 4); 100; This One Bull will stand the seaons (cm- mencedat my stable on the Lancaster Pike one half mile from Stanford Court House at;t3 tho season, wlh the prirllrgeot breeding the row until the cow proves In calf. Money due when cow Is first served. Marquis of Adeline's aire, Herbert, his slro Imported Apollo and Dam Imported Southern is h sassiaslS ulJBBBasBi l4tl.tt Commercial Collegeof Ky.Unlrersltf, Il(lltS). Ths ChsaMit aas Bst Buslasss Cslfs la the lOT.uk.r. .M.Xr.t CmI ininl4 Is lla.lar. lottll.Tlu... xuU..rt frell lls.lM.'r, ullu.rl, tMil eve. ,asrt.Haea.TfM.WHUas i9 Mtla. "I T,lun,kt, ililll,Ue .,.. r Kslfr nw. UralM ttr? iu, s41r.ii V. and 'S6 $123; Porter, Nelson, agent Uosbr, lot Uuatonvllle, 73 cents; Rifle, Uenry, lot In UustoOTllls, $5 C3; Rout, Eny.lotln Uonyvlile, 40 rents; RIlV, Susan, 4 acres, ML 8alera,$l 13; Roe, llettle, 10 acres, Bonyrllle, 130; .73, 8pcara, Rena.S " Mc&tlnney, Trice, Mitchell, 1 acre McKlnnay, 1 28; Tucker, Lewis, lot In SUniard, MI.MJ.MG, U 33, 3 IS; YIcsod, Frank, " MllleJgaTllIe, '85, 'Sfi, 1 83; Welch, Berry, " MiKlnney llblte, Cella, SJacreson llaaglnj Fork, MS ard '86, $7 70; WIIITK NO C, KASrKHD. Eschback, Jamea and Burger 100 aires Crab Or- acres Gllheru Creek, $2 V) Howard, J. C. 4 acres Dli River, 81 13. Mordlke. Nancy J. lot Crab OrcharilJ-M. Owens, Mary 50 acres Dlx Rltor, ft 15. Piyse, Andrew 33 acres Dix Hirer, St OS. Ray, Mike S3 knob land, $110. 8urber, Allred 2 acres Ualis Gap 1SJ5 G, $V 05. ULACK MO. 2, KAST IX O. Brown, Henry J. lot Stanford 1SS3-- 0, $2 73. Itaughmao, Clate 2 acres Halls Gap, $2. Bright, Polly lot Stanford, 40 cts. Cook, Wm. houso Stanford, '85-- 0 $1.00. Craig, Lee lot Dix Rlrer, 9) eta. Emery, Mary J. lot Stanford, SI 15. Gale, Frances 61 acres Green Rlrer, 18556, II Gueat, Logan lot Stanford '31, '35 'It, SI. 4 of Adllenc's dam, Adeline, hei aire Imported Uncle Tons darn Imported Lady Flih-e- r. For further particulars as to pedigree see This Is a very fine young Bull from a celebrated family ot milkers Including the cow Koho, the greatest of hsr day; her owner having refused 125,-U0- O ' yotld.Wi.a V,i.., t u.! krlji 'SjTM si. iirmtrml tilth. TTJe. AKlHc POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlal powder never varies. A marvel otnurlt? strength and wholeeomeness. 'More economical than tho ordinary kinds, and can not ba solo compettton with tho multitude of low tost .short wclgbl alutn or nutxphate powders. BoldoMy la HoYALllAKixo PorfDRa C, cans. ICG Wall Street. Mew York for her. Tbe HolstelnFrslslan cattle hare taken tbe lead as the beat for the family, and a cross with the Shorthorn rroduccs a Terr line animal. I will buy all the male calrni begotten by thla Bull at gutd ri!cisldtlveTcd at weaning lime 180-t- f It. SMITH. Fmi, 4lf W Utle4s. Kr II'. If. MILI.EII. Stanford, Ky. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Known I! This Old and Woll COl chaid.Sl Hlatt, John J. 15. touisvuiMtwAiaAsTi Chicaco Ri , Hotol Still Maintain3 its High Roputation, AND A NEW FAST -- Proprietor it MAIL Iti Shnll be rJeoond Determined thm to no Country it Hotel in the Stato in iti Fare, Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of their Oaeiti. LKaMKU IIOTIt- - LOVISVirsLU THE V UIXIXATI, WILLIS HOUSE, M.U.N IU'ly, secures to trarslers ST,, ltllilJIOSD. KV. J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. CO, 1ST RAPID SERVICE Bsruaie nlllbscoareyed For a good Tabic And clean and well furnished rooms, this Hotel no superior. Good eanipla rooms attached. hat (JUeni, Anthony lot Stanford, $2 10 Hansford, May lot Stanford, $2 03 Hays, Hachael lot Stanford, '81, '35, '35,41 10. Hansford, Kitty lot Stanford. 15350, 82 90. ' ' JGJJ. " Uocker, Lewis " Lie, Vlaa lot Walnut Flat 133 W, $1 33. Montgomery, John 1 acre Bald Hills, 31 55, Stewart, Myram 1 White Oak, 73 cts. (310. Tucker, George 10 acres Dix Rlrer 1SS3-C BtrilatcsttOOpenlay. 3UI-l- y LOUIS SCHLEUEL, IMIOTOGItAlIIKIC, IIICIIHOSD. KEUl'CKi. Photographs in all styles and sizoi, HOOK MO. , WIIITK. Ever attempted betvecrt tbe treat ci.inusrclsl fit Iraon tbeOhli Riser au.l Vhlcniu, and hence the fastest time and most comfort stile trains be twren all points In thMosis. or to tun Went aud XortlnreKt. rbe counteryart of this train on all trunk liars is denominated Tir l,llltlt- ril alriw patrons The superb rolllnt at ck wi) em plov Vnlimltnl Votnfort. -AtallCouronlUkel ORicM In the South you will find our time tables and tickets, ray Jfo slots, get .voisail and stick to Jlmiois, If you want to ear money and hare a pWwni lour K. O. MiCOUMIOK, ney. lieneiai sasaenrer Agent, taicagc. . I'ltyTlcktt AKenlsandOtSreri: K. A. Hickkkh, TXt 4th Are., Ixiulirllle, Ey. I. M. ToaaaarK. IS Vine at., Cincinnati, O to sad from the ! rrys of charge. Npeclal arromtnoJatl obi to Commercial Trarelsrs. The Har will always ssppllsd rrlth tks ehalceit braidsof Lienors sad Clears. V.risT. KENTUCKY CENTAL B. II 4i)liic.UniHt4 Ituulo1 BhortojUnd Qniokeat Route from Fast Line Delwron tral Kentucky to all PoinU North, Eait, West And Southwest. OeD Fishing Creek Si 10 Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and '" 6) " I 30 Water Colors. Adams. David A. Son 373' ' I3oe Lick '$1 A 'So 3 03 Bastln, LanceiM.hrsU0" 83 Usalns Creek New designs in Frames anl Mita at very low ' " 05 " Dye, Emily C, 83iM S 43 Prices. (lOMy Donnelley, Thos. " 1 85 102" Back Ciek u u i Delaney, Jemima 250 " 2 00 DB. W. B. PENNY, 70 " Denny, Ballncer balsnce 1 43 DENTIST, Delaney, Catherine 100" HoiJam's M1U'35.C 1 S3 - - JConLiiuIcy 4 15 Ellison, Geo. B. 300' Fishing Creek 109" Uoldsm's Mill 3 30 Estls, Itobt. D. Aker, John W . Apple, Wm. B. 12 acres LEII.NOTO.V al CI.CIXAT1 CORPORATION NOTICE! BOCTB-Uoca- Bcheduls In Effect Msy It, 18!. ettiniorrt, Gotr, John F. Hlatt, Ben A. Way nesburx Hughes, 31. Allen Harris, John W. GJ" near Eubanks Uoward,Montgomery 100 a Buck Creek '35-'$5-53 teres " Harris, Goo. W. " " " 50 Uarsla Margaret! " SAC 30 " " Harris, J. Craig " 3I 52 " " Harris, Wm. H. 210 " " " Ham, Johnson D S 6 31" " 15" Buck Creek '5V-- C 1 41 73 1 45 2 40 3 15 3 86 40 BBaaaaaaaaaaVP2ZBVaataBataBaw) 2 -- CO C $; " " KarmeyVllhlh M 107 Waynesburg '35--C Marsh, A ex. W. Holdam'a Mill '3J-Martin, tfarah A. 20 " 131 Martin, Davidson Green Rlter Mason, Martin brs. ISO Melvin,Jamaa a wife 133 Otunhetui '35--6 " . 25 " McSuffey, Sall'y 12S " knoblAod'3t.3-SOaka, Jemima 33 " Kings Uountala Padget, Mary C 41 "BuekCreek'84.8 6 Polly, John B. " Pttrte, Rhoda A. 50 " " 50 " Grwn Rlrer Prewltt, Warren 100 " FlshUaCroek R.dener, W. M. ltowlaad,Airred ',500 " Iloldaw's Mill t 2 Jlentfro, Jamca 'S4-S-5 Ham, Mary 00 " " " " on Lancaster street, rJert door to 1st At. office. Office hours from! to 12 a M.audltoS r. H. Anesthetics admbnlsUrnlwhcc oaceasarv. .l 2 20 3 36 7S 1 0 uoajooxx OO1 MBa-lTr- 3 3 1G 70 73 2 70 3 2tJ 40 SS 1 CC CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, Or LANCASTER, HY. CAPITAL ' - 91115,000 00 Suasell.J.B. 300 " ' MllledgarlUa and-bein- ut lc Jiejoolda, W. R. 100" FlahlnCrk?U-4-3- Buck Creek Routen, Pleasants 41 Singleton, Martha 102 CuUaks 31 8iumer, Franc Xlogi Mt. Sterlnwehr, W. V. 100 Stewart, Elisabeth, 349" Buck.CrMk Holdam'a Mill Sutton, Mary hra 140 SIngletoo,Jlncy hrs 40 " Csny Fork '$3-- 5 49 " Otteahelm ShelUr.Otta Wadklns, Sarah A. 4" South Fork 91" UucfcCrk'J3-4.Weabtr.Wm. H. Wooda.Mary 30" Uoldams2Ulll'S5-" '64 " Warren, Wm. M. 41 " '33-4-G This Bank solid ts accounts of Indlrldusls. firms and corporations. Ita faclUttea lor asking collections, In all parts of the United States, are un. SO 2 CO surpassed, and cutomcrs ars at 'all times granteJ they see proper 3 4G any reasonable accommodatloas 1C0 to sjk. We be to oSsr oar services to tbe citi&3G zens ol neighboring counties, without Banking 7 16 facilities, and assure them that any business sent lis shall at all times hare prompt and faithful at1 93 tention. 1 5G 3 30 1 CO 1 CO DIHECTOltSi KoVr- VoT I "MbTTr lit it Kntrn I. That II. 8. Withers, T. J. Foster. G. A. lack. Ei. Hun. Dally Ei. Han ey, S. U. Shanks, Forntus Held snJ W. G. Welch Lvo. Corlngton... 110 I 10pm 1 W pm bare aasoclatfl tbemielres logetnir and formed a " Falmouth 40 a m t corporation under the prorlslonsof Cnap.M, Gen " Cynthiana. I IUUIU 10 24 pm 4 a.1 pa ISpt rr. Parts.... II 33 am 10 40 pm a tip m Stat. Ky. ts pa " Lsalngton Is 10 pa II 17 Ml IB 2. The name of the Incorporation is the 'Stan a ' . II 10 a ra 10 4J p m, a u p a Company," and Its principal place Lrs. Farts. ford Roller Mill Arr. Winchester M IJ ptn i 30 pa M na of builarss Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky. I 7 " Rlenimm.i 1 nmi n " Lanctsr. l 50 P W S. The general natuis of the business ts ths " BUntord SOOnu and sa,e of gialo.ths manufseturw anl sal 1 OOpta of Hour and meal, and the purchase and sale of Lrs. lUchraood1 Arr. lVrea.,.. coal, " Llringstoa.. 5 JOpml 4Jral 4 Tbv capital stock Is authorised to be l,CO0 dlrided Into shares ol $V) each to be paid as the I NoaTH.BocaiD Mo. 1 j Mo. 11 Mo.1 Directory may determine and direct. 3. The corporalloi shall begin business Feb, 31, Lre. IJrlngiton, . soo am 1M7, and terminate Z3. years thereafter. I to a: am; il..u C. The affairs ot thqCowpany shall be conducted Arr. Itlcbmond II 41 a m ..I by a board of six directors, who shall elect a PresLre. Rowland'.1! ' Sn--- ident, Secretary, Treasurer, neither office being 8 II II 00 am ... Incompatible with the others, anl shall appoint Arr. Richmond! 0 Pra, tto such ether officers and agents aa may be deemed Lre. Richmond . . n-. iupn ioosb .... nicessary. Th above- - named incorporator? shall Arr. winebssUr.. Arr aO p I 09 a in constitute the first Board of Directors, and their Lre. Leilngton 4A p m 7 JS a re 1 41pm successors shsll be elected on the 2nd SiturJay .re raris ...-- -. S 40 pm " Cynthiana. of January, I US, aud annually at ths same time Stopm SMarn 4 Dec " Falmouth.. 4 47 p m 10 0) a s iSpm thereafter. Arr. Corlngjloa 00 pju II10 a ml 48 pra . The highest Indebtedness of the Company shall at no time exceed 1 3, WW. HATflVlXLK BKANOII. A. The pi Irate property of corporators and stockholder shall bsexsmp from corporate debts. ""HVir. a. M. H. S. WITHER), T. J. FOSTER, ' Noarit-BoDBDally (aiiy S. 1L BIIANK4 O. A. LAqKEV, El. Bun, Ks. Ban. W 0. WELCH. FORETUd REID, ' aoopns Feb.i7th,lM7. XUu. Lve Corlnftoa.. ;;- --. ,- su "i.i,, "y pur-cha- se " . , sn a , larls... , .... IMpmlWin 174 CO CS lit 1 1 7G J. M. HIGGIMBOTHAM, LEWIS V. LEAVELL, JOEL J, WALKER, J. B. JOHNSON, J..W. L03AN, L. F. HUBBLE, T. H. ARNOLD, J03, SIMPdON, B. G, MULLINS. Arv Mlllersbu'rgr.' o o c? " J?nnson.H Mays. III.. bOCTll-Bopv- uuiiiis...,., a 49 a 9 01 a t 41 a 10 SO a Tsa lllia Dally o. SI m 8 44 pes OS p m m 88 p ra m 7 40 pm IKpu a rTiToT Dally 4M pm a a r M M 5 00 ICO 76 OFriCER8: J. M. UlGGINBOTHAM.PREiT. LEWIS Y. LEAVELL. J.P, SANDIFElt, CASHIER, B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. a CD J.y.JlEKEFEE, d. bheilffLlncoln County. .. Eajtin, Morgan, 7 acres on Green Rlrertl.'V): Oastla, Geo M.,9 atres, 'Si, '81, '3 Excitement in Texas. asd '3G $7 25; Great excitement has been caused in the viciniIialer, David E , CO acres. MllIedgTille, $ ty of Paris, Texas, by tbe remarkable rccorery of tayart, Uay K, 27 acres on Greon hrer, '3 cts; tnysrt, John R., 5 acres on Green Hirer, ' and Mr. J. E, Corley, who was so helpless he could not turn In bed, or raise his bead jjerery body said be 36, ft 10, loyart, B. F,, 5( acres on Green River, 'it, Ml, '83 was dying of Consumption. Atrial bottle ot Dr. King's Hew Dlscorery was lentblm. Finding re nnd '30, $6 65; Johnwa, James A 14 acres, Milled gerllle, '35 and lief, he bought a large battla and a box of Dr Klng'sNew Life Pills, and by the time be had it, $L3, taken two boxes of rills and two boxes ot the DisLane, O. P., lot at McKInney, $1 93; illDor, Allie and Clay, H acres, Mllledgovlllo, covery he was well and hail galaod In flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial bottles ot this Great Dlscor$2 55, Moore, ia Fayette, 230 acres on Greeu River, 'S3 ery for Coasusptloa free at Fennr A McAllsters Toe rafiing cf logs on the Kentucky and'SC, tiOS; Use Green Cough Balsam for coughs and roldi; river is a big business The other day tbe Mltchell,EdC.,S32ucresoaGreen Riser, 'S3 and Price 30c, For sale by McllobertaA Stagg, 3,$730, Favorite, in a distance of twenty ateainer 21 acres, NUIeJgerllle, Eich rafc had, Msoly, Ira, SO acres on Green '85, 60 cents; miles, passed 150 rafts. How is your blood? Use Green's Hartaprrllla Mtawy, Jamen, Rlrer, '85 and For tale br McllobertaA HU?atl. about 10,000 log, the aggregate of which S6,$l8q; number would he 3,000,000 feet of sawed Olilham, Rebecca, lot at MIIIcdgtTllle, '35 ana 'iC Green's Electric Oil cures ill aches and pains. lumbsr. E'erv year there are four or five SrrlDktei, For sale, by McRobertsA Stagg at 50c. Win., 10 acres, Miton Gap, $1 35; freshets or tides on which these logs ate Stngteton, Isaac G,, i acre, Green Rlrer, $1 73, Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at floated down the river from tho mountains. Waggoner, Thoa.lt acres on Green Rlrer, 'SI. '63 50c, at McKoberta .1 Stagg's. and 'SO, $0.20; A cure for frost bitten feet: Rub the af- Wrlthl.Oeo. W., lot in Mllledgsrll'e, 'SI, '35 and We need tbe money due us for subscr anulption MO, $', would be obliged to all In arrears to remit at fected parts with pure oil of peppermint. $2 It will also prevent tbe after effecli of chil- Wiener, ()fo. N., 50 acres on Given River,$3.50. 90 once, In Milledgerille, '35, blains. Care should be taken to use only Wllkerson, L. P.. , lot In ItuitoaTllle, $1,45; Wright, Susan It lot tbe pure oil, and not the essence of pepOLACk- KO. 1, WKST KNO. permint, as the essence will not have the Bctiisy, John, S3 acres, Boneyville, 83, . When Baby wis sick, wo garo herCaatoiia, tiesited effect. Brown, Hawkins, lot Mllledgarllle,$2 10, When sho was a Child, she crjed forCastorla, The marriage of Lulu Hurst, the mag. Eurtcn, Phillip, 3 acrss, McClcoey, 40 cents, When she became Miss, she clung lo Castoria, I'alley, Charles, lot la Turnenrille, 'SI, 'O nnd netic girl of Qeorgia, to her manager, calls W"bu she ha4 Children, she Rare them Castoria, 'J, 52 41; attention to the fact that almost any girl Biows, KL lot In McKlnney, 52 13; with a fortune of $200,000 in her own right, Elilc, Laura, lot 40 cents, iecjlcrllj Abe, lot, $175, is more or ted a magnet. le, Writing of his experience in a barber shop at AeaviUe, N. C, Bill Nye aayaof the operator, Plum Levy, a gentle man of color: "He picked out a raur with a white handle, euch as agricultural papers offer tiboye for one new nams, and he mowed around orer my fluffy cheek, turned my hsad over s that the midday sun could shine into my works, until I moaned in a lor key iu spite of myself Ob, how I wanted to go hom;! How I beg ged to see my family once more! How I told Mr. Levy that I knew I bad done wrong, and that I bal written things about the southern dim Ue that were too severe, and that if I had my life to live over again I would not do so; but, oh, would he not xivo me one more chance to reform? Would he not let me look once more upon the faces of my wife and children before he cut up the other side of my neck-- ' At last he relented an i I wot to the office of a physician. My friends who recommended Mr. Levy now get out of it br stating that they supposed I wanted my hair cut, They say they nerer claimed that Plum L.v could shave for sour apples, but he can just Globe. nrr than cut hair."-B3S- ton m live St.. Cincinnati. Ohio. SII1GRIFJF 8 OF NAX.1GS PROPERTY FOB TAXES. I!y rirtueuf taxes dns ani unpildfor the follow tag years from the persons named below I will Bucken's Arnica Salva. TbebestSalve in tbe world tor Cuts. Bruises Sores, Salt Bheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns anl all Skin Eruptions, snd poaltlroly cures Piles, or no pay req ulred, h is guaranteed to giro perfect utlsfactlon, or taonay refunded. Price 25 cents por box. For tile by Ponny A McAHster. What Can Be Done ? By trying again and keeping up courage many things seemingly impossible may Us attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases ol Kidney and Liver Complaint have been ;cured by Electric Bitters, after everything else bad been tried in vain. So don't think there is no cure for you, but try Electric Bitters. Therals no uedloine so safe, so pure snd so perfect n Blood I'urlner. Electric Bitters will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Dlieasea of tbe Kidneys. Invaluable in sffecttons of Stomach vnd Llvor, and overcome all Urinary Dlfflcultlci. Large Bottles only 50 cents a bottle at Penny A McAlister. O O B Kx. Hun. Ex. tlan Lre Maysrllle. s as a ra ltSSprs " Johcson. 1 S3 a pra " Carlisle.. ...M....MM ..... 6 it a ra 12Spm 7 25 m Mtllenburg ...... 7 48 a m 1 60 pm ....M. , Arr Parif 8 10 a m 8 Iiilngton.... M...M...M. 9 05 a m 8 IS pm 10 p m " Corlngton ... II 80a m oo pm " ..... ft I g If yon aregolDC to any polut WXST, NORTHWEST or S OUTHWEST, tnbe tho Q S 8 o FT 5 H it Mi 0 0 CO o s r. r . Tr.ln.l.M.1 . . " uuy Mtween Win-- . " :,'.'. if "'n?L.!l..r:,.J Clneln.U;oth.r train. .., ...,,. . ... tiffM!. m.n..llAH. . ChrssrskeA Ohio tor Misno n irincnester wita Mt. Hlerllng, Ashland .vNfVTV -. ' ..,,. -- 14 O. fc M. 'Ohio & H s S ? a g 1 H Holld Train.", wMh lluntfnglon, Charleston, W. Vs., and Eastern J e.n.1 Kllll MnslLWhs ...u - n .. clu Vullmn Bluing &"" 1 ON MONDAY, MAKCH 7TH County 1887. Mississippi Hallway 4 Ci.rtdayexp3 to public sale before the Court Uouso door In Stanford, Ky,, for cash in band the follonlns property orao much thereof u will pay ejld taxes and cast. Any one desiring to pay on the property advertised can do ao before the day of atle by paying one dollar additional and cost of advertising the property, and as you doso your names will be withdrawn from this list BOOK This Line has Two Dally Express Trains arriving in St. Louis liours In sdvanca ol other lines, and giving our paMen;ers Brit chnlcti of sotts Iu trains ol connecting Mors In I'uton Depxt, HI. Louis, fjrall points A'eit, Foulhwosl nnd North-rro- st with w k! : O la 4Tw I 1 ThrouKh tickets and baggage chocVe-to an J destination resche--I by a railroad. .. .,.. For full rarlltulsrs. Mil n,, . " "' ' compsny,6r "" o r. ii. aiuiwij, I). A.KEKLRY, tJen.l'aw. Agi nt, I'aes. Ageit, Trar. 11 E. aS, I ' .... " BwlWl,",--- . UeneraMieiccs, Corlngtou, Ky, BecllnlnK Choir Parlor Cars and Jtfcw Emlsrnnt Bleeping Cars NO. 1. WIIITK, WXST END, ntriTreo of Cliui'tcu. NEWPORT NEWS MISSISSIPPI VALLS7 NOW IS THE TIME. in the West, Northwest or Southwest, Tbe Richest Farming and Graring Land In the World maybe had at from II uO to Si. 00 per acre onions time and at lor Interest. This land will raise double the number ot bushels of corn or wheat to the acre that can to produced in this section, and with much lesa labor. The price ot land Is steadllr advancing, In' cheaper thnii atinrestment 10and li Is pur. jirencnt, nci'rr cerevery tain to prove a good chaser. To purchase a Farm O a o c a 1 mmu m mn Kciiluekj'H ICouto voa THE KhhI itirlll C3TJ-3iT-- S SI.NflU: DOUBLE Washington, Phtladolphla and Now York. $: 00 " 3.00 4,00 si'(j iiiti' ecu i.ot di:ii, At Low Excursion Uatrs to Neosho, Mo.: ' " Florence. Abilene. Independence, risrter DOUBLE 10,00 " Hprlogs, Reece, Holton, Council lirove. Kingman, Prices on other goode In proportion. Iienora, Ubarlln and tjeneca, Kansas; Columbus, Grand Inland, Lincoln and Valentine, Neb.; PARKER, SMITir. OTHER GUNS Ark: Palestine. Baa Antonio. TO NltOOT CLOSE. OVXH Taylor, Wichita Falls, Waco, Laiopiiet, Balrd, Illustrated nOUKU and 1'rlco List sent Free, Catalogue Aiuaoy sou oiMisnu, jcxai. I P DAkiniCX. CnW 2C0Msln st. cinclnnati.O, Privileges rrlU be Allowfd s, vs. Frc-don- la. Round-Tri- p Ticket, Qood 40 Sayi ItlllltKbMIOT IV, The only line running le 1'ULLMAN Ni:,V SLCEl'INU CMIS 1ND A SOLID TRAIN Louisville, Oinoinnatf FaHt TrainB & Lexington, Ky. Connecting in tho same Stopror uniwi.'" W TO S uuii) for Now det with To examine the Lands and Country. Purchasers of Land will hare tbe Price of their TickTickets refunded. Extension Round-triets at iaw rates to many other points may base emed at Stations to wmcb you purchase tickets. Sfcw cuwaiMuri. jpjawoisrtauS rcn DITS. toasi doI s tfci II yon Tlilnk or MovIiir U'chI Cf Wr4eolbf Jltrus ChSBlolCa. vrt t'tilxVy out IS ai llirtxt, itmlf nown to usljr lsn jfrhva li.l (.If, I, Wtluve tal-- t csnilttr. able, iiilln eiery s.s it batcltisMiIiftwU.a Alcstt A Mil, Clnelnnstl.BTMp8J ltwti. N, Y. Call on any of our agents wbo will promptly anEollLf rru;jlt:u swer all inquiries aud furnish valuable lafunta-tloninrrgr- d riK- - eit.oo. to pries of Lands, ,'cct., homestead laws In any of tho Western and States. Will tall on you at your homes Ifdcslrnl, XiEB F.HDrffMAN, lurnlsh tickets to sny point, hare your freight and household gowlsshlppeJ at lowest riitra, nnd attend pernonslif tn theiVlou your bsggage and seeing you com furtaUf ittrted on your journey, Itemember tbat tint iii-jq- c Is rendero-- 1 free of STANFORD, KY. charge. C. W, PARIS. Cent. Pastecgtr Agn&t, 15 W stb si., Cincinnati, (imcu-iio- uui slds Main Street, two doart b W. U.BHATrUC, JOHN F. BARNARl', low the Myers Hotel, I'res. snd Goa'l 31n'gr, Gen. Piss. Ag't. furs Nitrons Oxide Has admlMite'tl The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Danville, Noriolk and all Virgin! had North Carolina I'olnts. For tickets and further your nearest ticket office or Information w,Pifon addrosi w.' roe, General Agent, Islington, Ky. W. . WlfJKHAM, II. W. 2d Vice President. Oen'l VauV Ag't Ixiilsrllle, Kr. York. rui,i,iK Hl'UOEOff reiiu'rel. DENTIST PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S Use. lrlKls.nl it.Vtl ol,? ?c7inl "". r; aff'F-ipM"- ! AM E P A PER." i 11' .: ''.""A'J ",'"'.".,!' 'ai3MiiaUuniHUBrr,l,liaila.,i Hi!,l br .. i 'iUlfhf. l,,M'i..n T. ., "rl .nrrf. i.uujuti,.,, For sale by Dr. M L. ROURNE, Wsnford N i.. Cincinnati l. rtst ,'' ,t A. issivalieeJavjattr4mMsrf IlllwawJaJsSIJasiasss