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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887030801 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. lemi 0 VeeUii liiteftof onfiud ,OL. XVI. CURRENT COMMENT. nal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 8, Ml. YERNON. ROCKCASTLE 1887. - NO. 209. . WM AYHLS. COUtTY. ne-u- i of more In one breath the prohibitionists deThis place is badly in clare strongly against votu buying and in bouses to rent. another an appeal Is made for a large lam It U probable that we will ba receiving Vubltithcd TttMttnV and JFVMnu AT of money for campaign purposes. Can the and eonding Sundiy miU In about two AT 341 Fifth Street, a ANNUM. OAH1I. faithful of "the ciust," harmonize these weeks. LOUIHVIL.LE, - - ICY. thingt? fCommerolal. Mrs. l'agin, of Pioe Uiil, is luipnv-iox. understood If we credit that 11.50 will bo Uoomi S and S, Comle Block. Hlnes will undoubtedly be the man Buck-ne- r and so is Aunt Piuline tiailth, of ttiis rctel and demanded. will have to beat. The fruits of hia place. -- Shep Williams and Will Llveiay kill- "still hunt" has juit becun to dawn upon II. K. TAYLOR, tho boys. We honestly believe Judge ed a monster rat one diy last week weighW. P. WALTON ing two pounds and eix ounces. Hlnes will be Kentucky's next Governor. Or 1.00 AN COUNTY, ln CsndMsto or theoOee orBuporlotenilent of 1'unllc Instruction, subject There is sjme talk cf Jud ic Lair being Bowling Green Times. to the Deraocratiottuto Convention, A VISIT TO VIRGINIA'S CAPITOL. The Uncle Tom's Cabin Company had a the ropublic.au candidate for tna Leisla The Capitol t llchmonl, Vlrulnh, w pior home here, and ought to have ture from this and Laurel counliis. The RIgaby brothers, charged with aswherever it goo It ought to ba greeted the inoit Interesting, m It In the most For Sale Bargain, butldlne in tho country. It wit with defunct eggs and otlitr expressions of sault on John Riddle, were tried before tl, fir.i of Ihp kind e?er crrctril in the contempt. All decent people ought to be Judge Colyer Friday and acquitted. I offer lor sale jirlTateljr lu 3tanforJ, Kf., a Terjr desirable residence with seven romj and notch" U. C. Williams will shortly occupy the Well of water at the door; stable, tmokohoure, foiled Stale, Virginia being the first ot consplcuourly absent wherever Uncle Tom's Ac About an acre or ground In the lot. For Trior to that Cabin Is presented.-Illchuii- nd Register. house recently vacated by Mr. J. S. Rep the ordinal thirteen terms, Ac, apply to . a. ALVlillV, If General Wolford's vote for the last pert. W. C Mulllns la down with the flux 1C3- lawn were insdts by tho House of tho agent for J. R.Atlord. which met at WillisuiaburK, the pension robbsry dons not kill whatover at Livingston. That wide awake and enterprising colonial capital, the oliie't Incorporated shadowy chancel he hml of ever being State, having been founded In Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, it ought merchant, F. L. Thouipion, is in Ibe cities town in the 1032. A. vialt to the old Capitol ot the to. Ilia friend havo been able to find some for new spring goods. Mrs. N. M. ShuIIOWKN (.. 70.1 s. a. DOWMTOH. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. mother of Statei, which wan nlao tho Capi- sort of excuse for hla blind advocacy of mate was visiting friends at Livingston. Confederacy, formed uo former pension jobs, but he seems to be deHarrison Lambert, of Boone's Gap wts tol of the Southern Lancaster. that termined to ride his hobby to his own death arrested nnd brought here Saturday by umall part of the many circumstance Mr. George Higginbotham has moved The Photographer,. Owensboro Inquirer. Constable Smith on a charge of bastardy to "Cliff Home," the property he purchased LIVERY went to make our iolourn in Richmond 1 Gen. Buckner has explained away the The case is set for hearing next Thursday, in the centre of genuinely enjoyable. It recently in Lower Garrard. SALE AND FEED STABLES Charles Cbilders, whose bond was plac what la known an "Capitol Square," one of charues made by Senator lltrris' friends as (T,his letter contained a report of the - N. W. Cor. Main and Fourth Slreti, haterln the to his not voting but four or Gve time ed at $500 for killing Brownlow Townsend, Paint Lick shooting, but as it was nearly the lovelteit upoli on earth building, which i an impotlnij one, from since the wsr. The charge should never at Pino Hill two weeks since, furnished the same as the dispatch, it Is not given IANVIM.i:, - KENTUCKY. thoeaat, a marble ila'.ue of General Wash- have been made. A candidate's friends the proper papers and was released last E.i) New Horse, New Mrs. Lula Nield delivered temperance clal Stable, to Commercial New Vehicles. 8pe ington, t up in the buildlrK in 177S, will not belleye such accusations, and the Wednesday. 2M.lt. MeJ. attootioD Chant Lwir and Sam Whitehead were lectures at the Christian church on Satur greet the eye in the centre of a room, puouc win not onen condemn a man unr In niche thoe of La heard. This is do way tot one Democrat tried before Squire Whitehead Thursday, day and Sunday evenings. Tne audiences ..mmrl which Fayette, put there in 1781, anl of Ilenry to Gght another, and we hope it will be for fighting, and acquitted. Barley Corn in both instances were yery large and apClay, moved there a few vera ago from the stopped fMayavIlle Bulletin, Harris ad was a prominent actor and agitator in the preciative. set to between them. groined arch erected in the iquare especial- - vocate. Thomas Prather was jailed here Sun I am dally opening an elegant line ot Fall Millinery, Including all Those who read the Mtrtury carefully Mrs. Angle Poynter, the wife of Wm, day. Prather was concerned in some of ly for it. The atatu of Waahinglon la tte exact dimenalona of hla body, taken ten hare doubtless noticed that we have occa- - Poynler, a prominent farmer of this coun- the troubles in Upper Garrard and was Tho Lateit Novelties of the Season. yean before death, and the general tilm-e- lf casioually "kicked" against some of the act ty, died Sunday morning of consumption. bound over to keep the peace in a bond he Alio Notloni, inch u Handkerchiefs, Collar! pronounced It a nearly exact Imajfo of ofthePresident, but after reading his ad The burial took place at the cemetery here was unable to give. and Cuffj, Hurtling, Corsau, Buitle, etc. Yoi will find me at the rooms lately raeated by 8ml-le- y mirable messages lo Congress on so many Monday morning at ten o'clock. him. X residence which was insured with A. Warren, next door to the Myers Houte. in found dlflerent subjects, we hare come to the u ICJ.TE DVDDRUAK. Putlog to the accond floor there Dr. Brown and Daniels removed eer the insurance firm of Kinnaird & Bro, was In oil of all the that he isio much smarter than we eral pieces of shattered bone Thursday burned one Saturday morning a ehort while a collection of portrait WATT rOClllAX. WOOD WALLACE, ago and on the following Thursday morn-lo- g governor! and other diatloguUhed men of are that we propose to submit to him here- from the hip wound Cal Owens accidentalthe Stale, put and preoeot, Including one after. If President Cleveland is not a great ly received from a shot gun some time since the full amount of the insurance was ! SS eBSaSJTHrSBBsSSBBBBP ".till man with plenty of brain and courage, he and he is in a fair way to recover. of "Old Kxtra Billy 8aillb," who paid the owner of the building by ihe ew SB ASaSMSet' wnj polite and attentive has some ucli rwrion engaged. He has veyou agents. m EarSMBaiBBaeaw5- - SrH now living,' m the We believe Jake Roberts, the man GENTS' FURNISHERS, colored janitor exprtwed It The old gen- toed more bills than all the other Pre!- - made mention of in your last issue as hav The Bright will case has been revived. 513, 4th Street, tleman i VI, but la 11111 M ipty aa a boy of dints combined and there has not been a log done the Lancaster and Stanford bank, Suit has been instituted against the heirs thlsfroon; pp a atova faUe principle set forth In a single instance. is a former resident of this county- - He and devisees of J. K. Bright dee'd. by J. - - three acore. In i. uaed In the Houe of Therefore we conclude that we have no was considered a slick citizen whtle here. lW-2of wonderful dealcn, T. Bright, one of the heirs who was sop We are opening the m oat carefully seltcte4,th eloping couple left here on lait posed to have been.diavC" Ha has also in Hiihmim In 1770. Here alio in a nlcba right lo antagonize him because be does An finest and best stock ol for it l a chair made in 1700 and some trifling wrong in filling some petty Friday's exprcs i for Jelllco. We were un- stituted suit against G. R. Bright to set of office by a aside a deed from J. H. Bright dee'd. to Mercury. Carliale PIANOS AND ORGANS presented by Qown Ann to lea "Father able to learn names, but were told No matter what the tickets usually is- friend that he believed hit. B. R. Idol was G. R. Bright; also against Thomas Benj Country." It wm uied in the Houae of hla to this cltr. EjerT instrumental MT. VERNON, KY. the prid of an artist andprlCee range from 10 to Burcewea a the Speaker' chair and in the sued by railroads to newipaper men are the happy man and a Miss Lovell the Bright to set aside deed to liiin from J. H 23 percent, lower tnan other dealers ask for the t 'musical and art culture hl old and Hotel 1 lUll main. taste goods. Persons Lower Hon of the Virginia Legislature called, they are not passe in Ihe sense of young lady. Bright deed. the beautiful, cultitaJnlng IU fine reputation. Charge reasonable. aro invited to an Inspection ofdesigns ot these celefrightful accident, conferring a valuable privilege without a Mies Bessie Eogltman is visiting Mrs. from iU reception till the We are told of a calf born at Pine vated, reflnsd tone and artist Bpeclal attention to the traveling public , brated instruments: "free pass" Hill lul week with four eyes, two ears, two Sam Eagleman. Miss Allie Dinn, of Danwhich occurred a few yeara ago by the tall consideration. Krery JsT. IfJEITCOMB, Pro'r, l Kunbc, tbo Fa n nl 1K minnorLa of that room, while aignlSes a quid pro quo, an equivalent ren tongues, two sets of jaws and teeth and bat ville, is is guest of Mrs. J. C. Thompson. Mt. Vernon, Ky. The tt it wm crowded with people, killing 83 and dered by the newapaper to the railroad, and one head. The animal died. The head Mr. Thomas Robinson, our efficient aherifi, mous Decker & Son, tbo Popular hundred. The chair wae any reputable, active newspaper man is on- was sent to Joseph Owens, a collector of his removed to the Bradley property near New England wounding eeveral and Hie RcJIablc MACE BRUCE'H rianos, to badly broken up that it waa thought beat ly receiving partial relnbursement for fa curiosities at London. town. Mr. D. L. Eyans, the popular young not to un it again. It waa accordingly vors already conferred, or to be conferred The liquor cases of Joplin and Frazer member of the firm of Rice and Eyans, & Implement House. The Celebrated Olough and Warren and Mr. Buggy neatly put into ahape and ia now cherlahed on the railroad. And, as a general rule, were not passed to Circuit Court as stated Paint Lick, was in town Sunday. there is not tho slightest reluctance to fur- In our last report, but fere called before Sam Joseph has gotten back to from Cinthe John Ohuroh k Oo. Organs. curioaity. aa a That Handing cinnati. Mr. 8. C. Denny returned from a Ia the adjoining room ia the State Libra- nish these passe, for the officials all recog-n'- Judge Colyer Saturday. Please communicate with ua for catalogues, term I haTe now nd price. the fact of the enormous bsnefits they witness named Laughata was on hand ai brief visit to Covington Monday morning. ry, chocked full of ancient booki, d.ocu B. R. L. Jf. COOK, 8peclal Ag'U, or Whoat Drills and meat! and other interesting article, Includ. gel indirectly from the press for which no usual. Hung jury in the Joplin case and Mrs. J. P. Sandlfer has been eerioualy ill, A FuU Lino Or BOSE K. RICHARD, othor Agrioultural Implomonta, exact price is paid. The new Interstate an acquittal in Frazir's. log flag of every war aince tha Revolution but is somewhat improved this morning. References: A. B. Penny, Mrs. E. M. Carpenter. J. M. Philips. J. U. Uoore and Jamea tieax- Indignation was expreised by Nellie Gallagher gave an eleBcelde a ary. Ia a glaxicus maj be eeen the origi- Commerce Bill, therefore, may inhibit the Miss Great ley, Stanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchnal coaimiMlon laaued to Patrick Henry exchange of favcra in the future, but to many of our citixsns on reading "A Tale of gant reception last Thursday evening in ard; Line oi Baggie and Wagons man, Oen. W. J. Landram and Miss Llaxla Huff133-lfall Lancaster, Ky. aa Colonel of the Firat Ktglment raleed in represent the railroad men as gladly taking Horror" that appeared In SaturJay'a Lou- honor of her guest, Miss Rosa Turley, of Alwaya on band. In connection with my Im-- . for the revolution; In another the refuge behind the protection it affords ia isville 2 m, giving a report of the inves. Richmond, Ky. An orchestra from DanVirginia pjcinent builncaa, I will also carry parrole of Lord CirnwallU appear, dated unjuat and foolish. It is more than doubt- tlgatidg committee of the Jeffersoaville ville furnished music for the dancing which origbeComplete Stock of Lumber, ful if the construction of the law which penitentiary. One prominent citlzin was kept up until a late hour. The followOilober liS, 1781; another contain the of Right, by Geore represents this uarrow idea will prevail, on the subject that he ing named young ladles and gentlemen at- Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything aa came so wrought up inal draft of the Bill Louisville Times. Misses Emma Laavell, Fannie wished for a mob to hang all the officers tended: Maeon, adopted by Virginia and aflerwardi Lot? as aiiy ouc. Tho letter of Dr. E. D. Staudiford on the connected with the institution. by the 13 original State, and etlll another, West, Altie Marksbury, Mamie Currey, I solicit a share of your, patronage. Respectfully, Louisville & Nashville R. R. Daniel lhone material development of the Stato as the Marksbury, Maggie A movement is on foot looking to tue Ella Watson. Lsll a letter written by our own 112.1 vr I. Jl. ItUVCE. toCharle Yancey, May 30, 1.85. The leading question In the politico of the State, building of a stone wall on the south side Currey, Lizzie Hufimio, Jennie Faulkner, TUB ORSAT on all of tbee document, now has elicited much interest. Dr. 8tandlford of our cemetery for the purpose of holding Honey wood Huffman and Messrs. Jim writing oyer a hundred yesra old, Is perfectly plain, incidentally refore to a point to which we the bank that is caving In and washing West, Louis Lnmlrsm, George Bradley, TRUNK ! but a little hrd for thoaa accustomed to called the attention of our readers seven nway at an alarming rate. If it goes en Victor Wherritt, W. J. Kinnaird, R. M TO TUK the chlrography of the present day to do years ago; that of the influence of railroaJs without the proper attention it will be but West, John L'.ar, John Farra, E Turley, Valuable Heal Estate and!t,Store cipher. The original- - of Jefferaon Divls' upon the educational advancement of the uehort time until many grives will be Thomas Arno'd, Luther Gibbs Booms. children of the Commonwealth. We then raaehed and their contents would tumble bail bond for 5100,000 alo hangs in the Mr Caarles Shoma, who left the LAN and eome ecore or took Hie that good roads end many down tho thirty foot embankment into the signed by himself Philip?, o! Lewis Aa STITU service here some time ago, met with a for Executor terms, Y. following dee'd. I ofler easy real the more of other, Including Greeley, Vander-bll- t, of them are the lint qua non of a competent road on that stde of the burying grounds. painful accident at Huntington on the C and aa'e, on growing town ot Lancaster, estate In near the Garrard day school system. Kansas and Texas hire county, Kintucky: Mr. J. W. Mulllne U to be here to e'.c. It was executed In 1S07 and Sleepers. Pullman & O. railroaJ last Monday night, while square oi sua uno urics aioro.rooni, on that peiitleman from Fortrew Mon- made wonderful strides ia the matter of (Monday) to see the building committee of Bwitchin; in the yard at that place, ne town, now used ai a room Uno frame Store-rooon the Public Square, cow fuontHvlUe orschools, largely because they have made the new jail. We hope ho will be awarded ro! after two year' confinement. Tho a tamlly grocery tjoiu. caught his foot in a awitch rail and the en- utrd ta Store-rooto XunUvIHc, on iUthmond Street, near PubTwo ce of secesdlon adopted April 17, 1801 marvelous progron in thu matter of railroad' the contract as it will ba greatly to tho addinal Altilll plus, gine waa so near him he could not get it lic Square, one now used as a Millinery Store, the distin- and other pablic highways When Dr, vantage of our people, as ho promise! to and signed by a hundred men then as establishment. With out. He had presence of mind enough to othorblock an Undertakingdesired a Jot of ground Ailiuitn. will be sold II Moiiaguuicry, guished in the Stale, the most of whom Standiford pronounces tho words railroads, leave as much of tho money here as possi- throw his body out of tha track and the this adjoining. 1.1UIO Hock, Uno farm with house and other nrcesiry imlast sleep, la also here, and furnaces, mills, iron, coal and transporta- ble by hiring as much of the labor as he cow sleep their frac1 over the ankle, terribly engine passe provements, on the Lexington Turnpike, B miles Mobile uud IVew Orleans. framed, so it can not be handled. But it tion, he is burnishing the lamp of Alad- possibly can have done by the citizens in turing it eo that amputation was necessary. iruiu liSULMier, Ul lot aiira. miles from Lancaster, Uno Farm ol 140 actes, would take this whole paper to enumerate din that is to give light and life to the stead of importing the most of it as other Mr. Shomo was for two year? past b brake- - near the Lexington 1'ike,S,'unimproved, with house Only one change to points In outbuildings. interesting objects that can be politics of the State, solve the revenue contractors would more than probably dc. and necessary half of the man on this road and during that time he Une farm, unimproved, S miles from Lancaster, every hand. An elevator runs and echool questions and bring to life In getting stone for the 'foundation It is made a host of frienls who will be sorry to Kyi, on the Lixlngton Turnpike of 78 acres. eeen on of JC acres on Gilbert's Creek, And also a from bottom to top of the building and from the energies of a people great In all things probable the valuable atone quarry belong hear of hi misfortuue. He was well known about talles tract Lancaster. from i panorama la save in the power to uee their own re In to H.H.Baker, jast west of town will As executor, I desire to sell all this property. on oWvatory on the roof a in S.miford and has the sympathy of all. I am empowered by the will to make deeds to It. Lexington Observer. be anened up and after getting what Is presented that almost transfixes the behold- so'Jices. A One chance Is now oitcied to those desiring W.G. Seeking homes on the line of this road will rectlr homes or InTestmenu. Upper's H' ei'y, edillted by George Wil- - needel in the building the quarry would bo er with admiration and wonder. The enspecial rates. For lull particulars address my Attorney, II. T. will bd no extra eeeaion of the Noel, Lancaster, Ky,. or the undersigned at Stansays of the President's veto of developed and this fine Btone shipped to There sMTSeo Agent of this Company lor rate, route tire city can be seen and far into the sur Ham Curtis, or write Ky. ford. J. it. X'UII.It'H, Ac, Senate called to act on nominations. C. P. AfMORE, G. P. AT. rounding counties of Henrico and cneaier-hel- d. the piuper pension bill: "It is long since L)ulsvllle and other markets. Executor. 200 3m. Ky, Gloucester, Miss , resolved itself into James, dashing and the value and importance of an executive D. N. Williams says a number of Mr. The beautiful i illiScition crowd wnen the news over its falls, to come to an ap. veto has been bo signally illustrated as by our people are under the wrong imprceslon a splashing in a stream wide enough Preiident Cleveland, The number of bis : .o,- -i in Madison county. He claims of the paxstge of tut retaliation bill waa repuent sUod-at- ill vowels vetoei already surpasses that of any other it was not n democrat who made the re ceived, and tired hum, built bonfires aud and deep enough for large lovely Hollywood, city of the President, and they have byn of such a mark about buying the county Tor a email atarted its bran band to ride uporn character that they have greatly strengthMadison republican dur It i mated that Senator Joe Brown, of dead, where thousands of brave Confeder- ened tho public confidence in the chief ex sura, but it was a for the Senate, in 1SS1. OeoruU, has nold bia two blact furnace in campaign ate soldiers sleep so that ecatlve. The individual pension votow, as ins tho of Madison county, and uear Caattanoojja, and hi Dado City we have already shown, nave exposed in between John Bennett, tnm to glory again, ' "Xoioucd can " to a syndicate of Genruia and the clearest light tbo carelessness of C and Dr. J. J Browo, of Rockcastle. He cisl Lime's capitalist for $2 000,000. who rwting place is markedly a Rranlte and they have no less illustrated ttie says further that it Is not within the power Extern pyramid, which loom'! up majestically over diligence, intelligence, ctmlor and courtua flrunkennesi, or Liquor Habit.can be Curodby of Madison county to bestow official pitron them; the mills, manufactories and Iron of tbo President. Indeed, few public men aiminuterlng Dr. Haines' Ooldea Specific. age any more than any other counties with foundries vieing with eachother in giving in our hlttory have shown mor official con it can be Riven In n cup of cottee or tea with-r- ut city science than Mr. Cleveland, We hav of- the exception of storekeeper and Raugers animation to the acene, while Ihe busy tlio knowledge ot tho tenon tnklug It, effrom his view of the expediency .i tv,i .H had bestowed upon j.wckcss ten differed fecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether Hei at your feet, nuke up a picture that is of certain courses, but there is nothing in necesthe patient Is a moderate drinker or nnnlco-lioll- o aa many as he thought had been wnrth tho trip to see. Besutiful Richmond, his official conduct which, except to a tu tie wreck. Thousands of drunkards have sary for the transaction of the business to iiLen limda tenincratc men who havo taken the more beautiful since the Impress of the pld partisan, impugns his sincerity. There says uo lioldcn Spccltlo In their colfeo without their county, tie lurmer sr, through which sho are undoubtedly thousands of citlzeu.i who be done in tho believe they quit drlnk-uicrucible of civil boiog ft neighbor our knowlcdKe, and of their own free will. Ko harmful cltcct r.blllernted, may did not voto for him In 1881 who would thinks Mr. Harris passe 1, has been neuly gladly vote for him in 1338 as an executive county should stand by him in the convenresults from Its administration. Cures iruiran-teeshe continue to Increase and beautify, till who has Bhown tho utmost official rectitude Hend for circular and full particulars. tion. Co,, Address In coulldenco Goi.iikn she takes the rank he ihould wifli the of purpose and unusual courage and firm nod naiUM cf U9 WlUccSt,, Cincinnati, Wo. After the IrW ness, arger cltleJ f bo world! iian g hli-lorlc- ul, fiur-KtM- . RIgsby brothers Friday before Juds Colcharge! with maliciously attacking yer, ifljSBBjKisaajBHasi John Riddle, the Jndrs culled Mr. James Houk, the deputy jiller, to one stde and asited him why he had summons I tich a jury ai ths ons just dlsohtrel. Tnls Mr. II. took as an Insinuation against his offi cial integrity anl after called the judge's attention to the fact that the jury was composed of sjms of the best men in the county and that this was the second tlms ho Hat bad been insulted in th s manner by the -- fv. JS . judge. After the disoussion waxed hotter its WMrmZfEtt It ho squared himself in thu true Marquis of -o. Mk.n Q'leensbtuy style. The judge stepped into tho rin tea iy for tha mill, but it seems all the preliminaries hal not been properly arranged or un lerslool on J there was some BXINGTON.KY. dispute as to the d'visiou of the gate feas, and whe'.her it wis to bs a firfht to a finish or merely a sparring match. Seeing no chauce of coming to a proper understand- -"yiadp-in?, friends Interferrei and the match was Rita are about S'tTEre ry rack indefinitely postponed. toglre atlsfctIon"Sfl even, as both are thought to bo game. -- Ji9, n.niVKNS, Notary Public. AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS LAW, (IM-ly.) I CREAM 'ft i n i . fia jwrorvafcI cFY! iirw,iw . f at a t "", DOWNTON & FOX, E. H. FOX, Danville, Frames Made to Order. Ky. UIIXMIVlSItY. PIANOS! con-cluil- lC2-2t- WALLACE&COCHRAN, LOUISVILLE, KY. XEWIOMB MOTET well-kno- 83-S- r. 'WorW-r.eno.wn- ed Er-ero- zj post-offic- 1 L.&N. Palace FOR HXIjIZ TIIltOUGII LINE po-itio- n SOUTH & WEST re-le- td dry-goo- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS g Wall Paper, Furniture, "HlilllliSi as low as the lowest. Cases, Caskets, Robes. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. y K Pull and Oomplote Stock of the above and prices B. d. o v bsh f-- - y yxW1, . r- -- i nr-i- r I'lWiKiinii -" ffinnTr' ""'"15If' 7ri'J'M' " '' "" lsMMii3Ha1WlSsW ' mii'itkrVria'i'itri a" mi g .a'jfeii.jat". "".f.V.T.1,') I',' '" 11 , - STTrffihiiTi'nMSail&BllHIllMWBUHJW.WW uijjW")'ri-''wl'r"T""""- IWUUO ' ii,1hih'WA).M T t sarwawft ' '' " Tr "' " ' "' r """ """'" " ttTTkhWf jstmi-SSStctfil- !! Iiifcrklimriml CALL tOR DEMOCRATIC MASS CONtfEU-TIO- I J 1 1 The Democrats County Cjiuralttea decldoa after a full dltcuulon o( the matter, that tbe party Marcli 8, 1887 Stanford, Ky ihoulJ nominate bo mo gaol nun to mika tho race lor reprcoentatlre and therefore call, a Mm Con- e April Coa y rentlon to ba held at ths W. P. WALTON. Court day, lthr when tho pwpls will hare a rhinnln thormishlT comlder the nuoiUon. In Tub 19th Congress is among the things tho meantlmo aiplranti for tho office will pleats that were. Its record is made up; Ha work make It known through the county paper, so that is done and "tramp, tramp, tramp the boys their clalmi msy bo ratted upon by the Convenare marching" borne, many of the time-ery- tion. J. E.Ltnk, Ch'mn., praise God, nerer to return. How-ere- r, W. P. WALToy, Sc'y. it? Am of omlesion exceed those ol Judge Fox, the prohibition candidate commission, thanks to a brave and true President, and on the whole there is per- forcovernor, is a very modest man, we Court-Homer, haps almost as much to extol as to de plore. It omitted to redeem its promises of tariff reduction, the moreVtbe pity, but it settled the presidential succession and the methods of the electoral count; restored to the public domain millions of acres of forfeited land, repealed the tenure of office act, granted pensions to the neglected Mexican soldiers, etc. The Interstate Commerce bill, regarded as an important meas ore, is another item to the creditor the dia credit of the body which time must decide. All in all the 49th Congress was no worse than its predecessor and in many things it was infinitely better. should judge by his remark, ''The ticket is the best one morally and intellectually ever nominated in Kentucky." Perhaps the is half scan jedge forgets that "self-prai- se A gentleman here who knows him dal." well says that the judge is perfectly sincere in his declaration, at least so far as the head of the tickht is concerned. I J t I t There is no occasion for anybody read ing Randall out of the democratic partr; he has performed that little seryice very effectively for himself. Objecting to any tariff reduction unless ho was permitted to suggest the plan, which was in entire sympathy with that of the republicans, be prevented the fulfillment of the democratic promise of n reduction of war taxes. Then he not only voted for the piupcr pension bill, originally, but cut his mite with the republicans to pais it over the president's very unanswerable objections. It is said that he is anxious to run for president, believing that he has made himaeW solid with the soldier element and magnified his importprotection wing of ance with the the democratic party. A straightout republican is preferable to this masker in politics and for one we should almost as lief see the former elected as chief executive. Disgusted at the reception from the members ot his party everywhere he has been, Gen. Cassias Marcellus Clay has decided that he is not wanted and consequently has withdrawn from the canvass for the gubernatorial nomination. He says he has been badly treated nearly everywhere he went, and at no place has n respectable audience in eizs greeted him. The committeemen of his party have ignored him and either refused togiye notice of his appointment or purposedly had them printed wrong. Gen. Clay should haye known better than to be wasting good money and valuable breath on a party bound to such idols as Bill Bradley. It was more than kicking against the pricks for him to strive against such a competitor and shows that when a man loses his youth he also loses his judgment. Cleveland has earned the title of "Old Veto" and the country owes him a lasting obligation for the firmness and the conscientiousness with which be has stood between it and numberlesa raids upon its treasury. The number of his vetoes, and they were all sustained eaye two of 1 offer importance, by a subsequent 70ta of reach 132, which exceeds those of all the other Presidents combined by 21. He has made many enemies among those who want to bmkrupt the country, but the true patriot lovca him for making such enemies, and a fervent "God blees his old soul" wells up from one end of the nation to the other. Mr. Hoar, from his seat in the Senate, criticised severely the conduct of Speaker Carlisle in refusing to permit Mr. Randall l and his following to offer bills for the of certain internal revenue taxes, but when Senators Beck and Blackburn got through with bim he looked more like a grease spot than the greatest American Senator that he thinks he is. Joe was especially eeyere on the Massachusetts statesman and as good as called bim a liar on several counts. Gov. McCRKAnY's pet measure, the establishment of an agricultural department, with a cabinet officer at the head, failed because of its amendments that the Senate tacked on to it, never reaching conei lention by the House, which originally passed it. We have never been as much in love with the proposition as the governor, being unable to see how it will help the farmer as he thinks it wilh Tiir action of the Democratic State Central Committee in fixing Saturday, April 23d as the day upon which delegates to the State convention shall be chosen all over the State, was a wise one and ought to be strictly complied with. It is fairer to the candidates, regular in proceeding and may save tho annoyance of contesting delega lions. TnE democrats in the Senate succeeded, notwithstanding the adverse report by the committee on the confirmation of the colored man, Trotter, to be recorder of deeda at Washington, in having him confiimed, but a majority of the rich republican Senators went "agin the d n nagur" as usual. Con--gret- The Virginians probably do not want the earth, but there are thote of them who would take quite a considerable slice. The heirs of the late Daniel McDonald, of Richmond, claim the site upon which the city of Louisville is built and want to institute suit for it. The Seuato confirmed the nominations of J. B.Willis and W. J. Denman to be Postmasters at Richmond and Nicholas ille, respectively. U The State Convention of the Pro hibition party nominated for Governor, Fontaine T. Fox, of Louisville; Lieutenant AriR hiring a halt and getting only 30 Governor, Win. L. Gordon, of Hopkins; people to come and hear him speak in Lou- Auditor, Dr. A. T. Henderson, of Cartel; isville, we don't blame Gen. Clay for being Treasurer, R. K. Dai, of Grant; Attornoy disgusted. He had almost as bad an expe General, Josiah W. Harris, ol Paducab; rience here, hardly a corporal's guard of his Superintendent of Public Instruction, D. own parly turning out to bear him. W. Stevenson, of Bracken; Register of the Henry Ward Beech-e- r, Land Office. James T. Bsrbee, of Barren. The great preacher, wrs stricken with apoplexy Saturday RELIGIOUS. and at an early hour Monday morning ho and liaTbe revival which has been goiog on was still alive, but sinking rapidly any moment. for the past four weeks at tbe Walnut-streble to die at Baptist church closed lat nlcht, reNOTES OF CURRENT EkENTS. sulting in 90 additions to the church and Lou. Times. The Houso of Representatives refused many more conversions. Revs. G. W. Dennis and J. S. Keen to grant Mrs. Logan a pension. Six man were smothered to death in a have just closed a great revival here. The result of the meeting was 120 conversions, snow-slid- e at Selkirk, Manitoba. Hon. Randolph Tucker, of Virginia, 72 accessions to the Methodist chnrch; 23 to the Baptist and 11 to the Presbyterian. has declined the Turkish mission. Livcrty work house keeper at fBreckenrldge News. John Rev. H. C. Morrison has closed his Nicholasville, was given three years for revival at Winchester after a month's, dushooting John Kersey. A brilliant meteor, lighting tbe whole ration with 115 additions, 83 to the Methtown, shot ncross the sky above Paris on odist, 21 to the Christian, 21 to the Baptist, 14 to tbe Presbyterian, and one to the the moring of March 3. Episcopal. Tho converts ranged in age of Paris, is to be Dr. A. J. Weldon, assistant commissioner of agricul- from five to 75 years. Bro. Morrison was presented by the admiring people with a ture for West Tennessee. gold watch and $200 in money and he sucMrs. Elbert Mazswell, of Wheeling, W. Virginia, put "Rough on Rtts" instead ceeded in raising $600 of the $1,000 needed towards the organization of a Young Men s of sugar in her tea and died. Mrs. Harmon, grandmother of Mrs. Christian Association in ths town. Cleveland, died at the home of her son at WAR AT PAINT LICK. Jackson, Michigan, aged 76 years. In a colliery near Mons, Belgium, 14-- The Troublesome Best Boys Raise Anothtr Row and Fortunately Get the Wont miners were imprisoned by an explosion of of it. firedamp, and afterward smothered to Special to ths Ijrrauuoa Jocbr.l. death. Paiitx Lick, Mar. 6, l(h20 A. sr. About strike ended The Lexington street-ca- r 5 o'clock last evening William and Humph- in a failure. Other men were glad to take rev Best. Georce Roberts and John Hcnsley the strikers' places at the old pay and the came Into our town with war on their fadiscontents were left out in the cold. ces. Iks Arnold, a peaceable citizen was The tenure of office bill passed by Congoing from the poatoffice to his home. Hum gress under republican rule has been Best and Ueneley followed bim from the President winding up the busi- phrey Ward Brothers' store to the depot. Hum ness by attaching his signature. phrey called to Mr. Arnold to stop that he A cistern at Newark, 0., cayed in, carwanted to see htm. Arnold replied "all rying Mrs. John Elwards, aged 70 years right" and turned back to meet him rs be with it. She was fatally hurt and lay in Humphrey said to Arnold, the holo several hours before being found. walked un. "You have said eomethlng about me IdonU rape fiend, Tim Blocker, a would-bArnold replied, "If you don't like was taken from the jail and hanged by a like." it tou can belt) vourself." Humphrey then mob at San Marcos, Texas. He was a neplatform with his band gro, and unsuccessfully assaulted an aged jumped off of the on his nistol and said, "It you come any whlto lady. in your head" Tho dyiug wleh of El Huebl, an Oma- further I will shoot a hole In the mean time nensler was standing was to ba cremated, have ha his hand on his pistol. hid ashes put in an urn and placed as behind Arnold with He saw he had no showing and said to an ornament on the bar ho formerly attendthem. "Gentlemen. I am not armed, but ed. It will be done. see of Florida, announce8 if you will wait here two minutes I will Senator Jones, went home and got Iiib that he will return to his constituents, ex- you." He then they had gone plain his absence from Washington, reveal pistol and when he came back over in town. Arnold thinking the matter something of a sensational character and was settled went home, got hla supper and ask for a re election. girls The death is reported from Springfield hitched up his horse and got his little in the carriage to take them to singing of Helen Jeffries, a colored woman, oged . . . 130 -- ears. She made maple molasses on school. In the mean time John Lcicey weni the site of tho town of Springfield, which from the depot over in town and met Will was founded in 1791. said to Lackey, "Are you on The administrator of W. F. Watkins, Best and he Arnold's side or oun?" he answered, "I am who was lynched at Aurora, Ind., has filed side;" Best sold to him, a novel petition in the courts of Indianapo not on either hands with me then and be on our lis, in the shape of n $10,000 damage suit "Shake Lackey said, "I'm not going to do against William Gerlach and ten other citi side;" it." Beet then pulled out his pistol and zens. Mother Angelia, a widely known Cath said, "God d- -n It, we will settle right olio woman, died at St. Mary's, South Bend, here." All four of them gathered aroutd Ind. She established many hospitals dnr him with their hands on their pistols. ing tbe war, and founded several female Lackey not even having a pocket knife beacademies. She was a cousin of James G. gan to curse them and told them, "God d- -n Blaine. you, you can kill me but you can't Bellevuo, Kentucky, is excited over scare me." About that lime Ike Arnold the alleged miraculous cure of R. W. drove up with his children in the carriage. by the power of faith. The gentle- Humphrey Best said, "John Lackey we man is a citizen and has been have not got anything against you, but if suffering for two years from some unknown Ike Arnold comes to that singing God lingering disease. d n him I'm going to kill him." Mr. Saturday evening in Pulaski county, Arnold took his children home and got his George Tartar attended unbidden n dance double barrel shot gun and went to the given at Neal Simpson's distillery and at singing. Everything went on nicely until once raised a disturbance, in which he stab- the desperadoes came in and began to cut bed four persona, one of whom, Bud Hutch- up. Arnold had his gun on the deik in ison, is not expeted to recover. front of him; Humphrey Bast walked back Saturday Judge James H, Mulligan and took his seat in front of Arnold and and Mai. P. P. Johnston received the reached bacic to get the gun. Arnold got nomination for Representative from the gun first. Humphrey said to him, "I Lexington and Fayette county respectively, don't want your d- -n gun," and Arnold and Claude M. Thomas, of Paris, was de said, "If you do you can't get it." Humclared the democratic nominee for tho Leg- phrey then attempted to draw his pistol, islature from Bourbon by the Democratic but Arnold was too quick and got the drop County Committee. on him. Humphrey then broke to run out The wife of Senator Beck died at the the door and hallooed, "Come here boys" residence of her husband in Washington and they began to shoot in the door, There Sunday, aftoran illness of two days. Mrs. were about nineteen shots fired. Iko Ar Beck was Miss Jane W. A. Thornton, daughnold was shot In the right arm, Humphrey ter of George W. Thornton, of Loudon Best in the thigh, Geerge Roberta had one county, Virginia, who was a grand nephew arm shot all to pieces. John Hensley the of George Washington. She and Mr. Beck from Clay county, was not hurt. were married in Washington City February Everything is quiet this morning. C. B. L 3, 18io. i et d, e bar-tend- er, st well-know- n dem-octatlc The last election for Senator has occurred and tho result shows that the next Senate will stand 38 republicans and 37 democrats, not counting Riddleberger, of Virginia, who votes as he pleases occasionally, but for the most part with the republicans. New York and Denver will shorten the time nearly 21 hours between those points and 12 hours between the first and Kansas City. Tho trade dollar bill has gone into effect, by reason of tho President failing to act upon it within the ten days demanded by the constitution. The bill has had the same experience. Paul King, cashier of the Farmers' National Bank at Cynthlana, shot himself through tho head, dying soon afterward. the result of overwork, is the cause to which the act is attributed. The River and Harbor bill failed to receive the President's signature: It reached him several days ago, but was "pocket vetoed." The $150,000 for the Green and Barren river franchise went to tho bottom with the other river and harbor money. The Senate and House were in almost continuous session from Thursday morning until noon on Friday, when the 49th Congress adjourned sine die. All the the appropriation bills were passed, except the fortifications and general deficiency. The river and harbor bill failed to become a law, through the refusal of the President, to A new fast train between LONDON, LAUREL OOUNTr.' y affix bis signature. Quarterly conference at tho Methodist church Saturday and Sunday last. Mrs. J. A. Craft entertained the London young people at her pleasant home Saturday evening. Your dovil made mo say Friday that Whitley county Instructed for Boyd for Senator. It should be Byrd. Marshal Hunter, of Birdstown,Is again hunting on the war path in Knox county up other parties implicated in the Poe tragedy, Simon Bollivar Buckner, young ion of John II. Jackson, is the latest addition to London society and the general's forces. Born on the 4th. Marshal Hughes arrested in New Albany, Indiana, and lodged In jail here Saturday, one Tom Disney, who killed George Tetters at Lily last fall. Elder J. G. Livingston closed his year's work hers Sunday with entire satisfaction to the church, which will likely secure hit services for the next year if possible. Mrs. C. begs me to tender to your b, m her profound thanks for the complimentary notice of her son. 8he is a great admirer of truth and regards Mr. Walton as a young man of unexcelled taste and judgment. On the 3d instant, at the residence of James W. Jackson, two miles south of town Miss Mattie Jackson and Mr. Willie E. Mahan were united in bonds that are to bind till death do them part. We tender congratulations. Ruckner'a supporters here feel a little disconsolate. Their hero came within 25 miles of them, visiting "even the little town of Mt Vernon" and winding up by giving London the The b'hoys say they will elect him anyway, though. Like other cities of her size and pretention, London now levels in two nocturnal as well as twice dally, mails on trains north and south. The night malls order of things went into effect on the 5;h. A vote of thanks should ba tenders! our cxcellont postmas-ti- r and efficient mail carrier. The report gained credence on the streets Saturday that Colonel Tiffany had met with an;untimely death at the muzzle of a Perry county howitzer. The colonel put in his appearance about dark, however, and in answer to solicitous inquiries assured us the'report was not true. J. W. Jones, who objects to being called colouel,;sys he is for Ingalls, ol Kansas, for President; that when he said in the United States Senate that theie wero few Americans who regretted Waterloo, he uttered a sentiment that should find a response in the heart of every true American. The colonel is not much English, you know. Toe Court of Appeals has reversed the finding of the lower court in the case of Nels Hendrix, an old, crippled, deformed negro, who was convicted for four years for drivinglhis en elente wife out into the coldwinter of 18SM3, est night or thelbltter.-colwith tbe enow two feet deep, where she froze to death. It is believed the rtyereal will ba the worst for Nels, who will proba bly hang next time; another score for old reversal! Miss Florence Horton, of Manchester, slopped here a day with friends on her way to LouisvilIe,)Friday. I Miss Nellie Pitman, Manchester, is visiting 'at J. C. McKee's. Dr. Jackson.GIvens, of Pittsburg, was in the city Friday. Mrs. J.l.Hackney has been sick, Allen Lewis, formerly a stuJent at teacher in Laurel Seminary, but late Texas, is again .in London. J. A. Craft was in Stanford Saturday. W. L. Brown, J. W. Jones, R. L. Eell and J. A. Craft are among the lawyers of this bir who will attend the present session o! the Knox cir cuit court. JohnJDrcbe, ol Jackson coun ty, is visiting here. Willio If. Brown is In Birbourville, Mrs. John Poirl, who has been speo ling the winter in Chattanooga, Tenoeasee, ia visiting relatives hero. To those of your readers who read the Echo and who were subscribers to the Leader, we desire to say that the statements of the former last week, relative to the sale of the Utter, are false from beginning to end, in so far as they relate to us. We nevor at any time either "bargained, contracted or sold" tbe Leader t "an out and out" or any other kind of a repub lican and tho Echo knows it. We did agree with a gontleman (then we found that we were unable to ren.ain longer In the office), who though of republican family never cait a republican vote in his life, for the sle of the Leader, which was to be made a paper; but afterwards, having g reason to believe a combination was bstween this gentleman and the Echo whereby IheZLtader was to be perverted to radical uses, we lost no time in in forming the gentleman that the trade wts ofi and even before "Mr. Martin had come to Its rescue!" The Echo knows further that one time that angel of innocence and purity, its editor, bargained, agreed and promised to rid thepeople of this town of his "dirty sheet" entirely, and bound himself to publish no paper here at all; and at another time agreed to make his paper a one. This much to let the alleged gentleman know we are still in tho ring, not the least disfigured, oud to assure him and more particularly tho Leader sub scribers who have b:en insulted with a hslf sheet of the Echo (which, however ia better than a whole one), that in a few weoks the Leader will ajaln be on its feet, amply able to take cue of itself and protect its readers, M. T. Craft go-b- y. d ed al WALL PAPER. WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT- - ' M'EOBERTS&STAGG'S j The following thtccwl ihingtkrpl by rrvgnpbi, ivtltug lorth tomo of T. R. WALTON, GHOOEIl, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. I havo a largo and carefully lolected lino of l'ookot and Table Cutlory. rlr ntrjboJr IUm food Sornhum. 1 hare thpbut. Try It. l'Uk Collars llonty, at pare as brti ran make, , say that 1 ham the it If (Hon orCiBBtd (JooJi. Mj I'rt'trrta sail Jam are pat np by tha Iraa aardy aoirla itOfV. mj ttit but pacitri cfthoie artlclrt. dtilr tfcoss who bats btrn trotblrd with am wlllltf to takt bad Lard to try rail. back tTtry poaid that dotia't ill tkt noit 1 1 eatlr aatlifsctlos. I bar Lima, Kstj aaJ Hlifd tltaai, tlomlay, Oat Seal, Khrtddsd Uati, JUraroal, rltklta la Balk,I!eaty and maay othtr thlaaa whlth I raa aot mtatloa kert-- eir r j artlcl flrit-clai- offer several Coal Vmm aad my took'orCoal Baekata at'Cott. X T.K.WALTOX. JiarkinrdlD.UKofMouUoollo, CJtrk. J WALSH, THE TAILOR, ii.'UJ FOUtmi AVISXUE, laOUISVXX.IaXS, P. S.-FI- K7. HE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. lee Doalor In Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. MAIN STREET, WM. e, STANFORD. KY. t. VA.TJ3H8,8ivloman. OLIVER PLOWS! 9 - "SSaaLsaiaggMBBBIgWWasF "W. Two sailors from South America died In still lolling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement tha, in New York of yellow fever. is dostined to make It much more popular than it has ever boen, Gov. Knott has fixed April 29. h Don't boy a pump until you see the BUCKET ELEVATOR, and!!for Ioat for the execution of James Marcum, who ting boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST was convicted in Lawrence county in May, RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. 1880, for tho murder of Fisher Marcum, his Also a general lino of Hardware, Groceries, Salt, Lima, Cement Fluejtil cousin. The Court of Appeals has refused ing, o. to help tho criminal and he will likely have W. B. McKlNNEV. 1 u.iMmi,,. AUGUST WEIDlNOEtt. f to go on time. II. HIGGINS Uk.AJi &, - I ,IA J' k. udUwVsVtf&kJttAr, w. k Mtm ',. iijat iMi T- -- .- "" naJ Stanford, Ky., - . - March 8, 1887 E. O. WALTON, - DuolnoBB Manager. I, AN. Ki press train'1 LOCAL TIME CAM). Mill train irolnt: Merth .......... Bouth.... Bouth......... JlUr,ic, ............ 14 aim 1 3 10 r. m sals about Tot a.or is calculated on standard 30 Urn. Hoist ulnutM taaUr LOCAL NOTICES. LAMDKCTit'a Garden Seed at Penny A McAHsterV. g Abr your Rroccr for the Cincinnati Co.'h cracker and cakes. W ATOiirfl and Jewelry repaired on shor notice and warranted bf Penny A McAli Da-kin- tr. IIunteus, Attention. all sins of Loaded shot, at Penny A Cart-rldge- x, A complete itock of jewelry, latent tyle. Kockford watches n specialty. Pen uyA McAlisUr. PERSONAL. Thomas Me-ical- it back from Hot Springs much improved, Mil. J. A CuAt'r, of London, was here on legal business Hiturdaj. Col V. (1. Ucnlap wiw here ysler- day in the inlorest of hi popular paper. Dn. 1. 8 Huiidett, the great eye spo dalist, of Urodhead, was here Hstunlav. Col. Matt A hams, register of the land office, wa here Siturday on hii war to yic-- it fita Htolcr at Mr. John D. CsrpsnWrVi. Mrs H. F II. Tarrant, principal 0 Tarrant (Niece, Crab Orchard, xnt a couple of day with Mrs. Dr Uronauith. Mij Alma Carson, our Brodhead correspondent, was down Uiturdny, when we were pleased to mako her acquaintance. Mim Kiioda Lytlc arrived from Harper, Knet, Friday, on n tUU to her old friends. She in almost as glad to Ret bick m they srs t soe htr. Mk. P. A Pitman, the great auction A Co.' eer, Is disponing of ti. L. Power stock again. In the tail few months he hu made such sales In Pennsylvania, O.iio, West Virginia and Kentucky with ureal success, LOCAL MATTERsT New garden seeds at A . A. Warren'. C. " Al-foi- Fnrsn fruits and candies at A. Bo us, to the wife of Tom McKoberts, a boy, on Sunday night. Will sell 7 bushel barsalt at $150. Coat always on hand. rels of Isaac Hamilton, Rowland. Do you want a permanent employment $3 per day? If so, ad drew M. L. Bourne, Stanford, Ky. Salt and Coal. that will pay yon Pleahk, pleaw, please, pi ewe, plrt'e. please, please, please, please, please, please, PLEASE settle. Owiley A Craig. A note from Mrs. L J.Cook Informs ns that she did not subscribe to the turnpike and will not pay the amount affixed to her same. of the breast yesterday morn-iot- j, Mrs Harry Dunn, an estimable christian lady, breathed her last, after months of suffering. Rhe wis a daughter of Mr. John Frye and the remains will be taken to Huatcnville'for interment Of cancer frieLd, C. 11 Ksgleuinn, sent ns the report of the Paint Lick shooting by telegraph Sunday. There are 601 worJs and it citurt pretty high, but we must haro the news. It is strange that the good peo Ol'lt kind plo of Usrrtd, with the many troubles that the Best biys bring on can not send them to prison or ( rcr them t leave tho country This Is auction wtek at Powers' Bargain Slcre. The annual sacrlGce sale is on and it is always picnic for the ladies. Every thing Is sacrificed without regard to taIiio. Comfortable reals ate provided for ladies. Fine white good, embroideries, laces, Ao , as well as tho best quality of dres goods, table linens, towels, sheetings, A;., all regardless of cost or value. Don't miss it. Sales at 10 A. M , snd 2 r. M. Gents goods at Blent. In a row in Mwkiville Siturday nl.ht, Will Teeters, colored boy, was erlomly cut in the neck by Tom Ends, the knife Warrants barely mi'sing the jugular. were aworn out against him, William lid-le- y and Dick Logan, and (he two former were arretted Sunday at their homes near Highland by Marshal Newiand and Jailer Owens and lodged in jail. They claim that Logan reported to them that he had baen imposed upon and asked their assistance, and that is how thoy got Into the trouble. The examining trial will occur at 10 o'clock this morning. The accident to Mr. Sbozuu, mentioned in another paragraph, by which he loses a foot, Is another remlndor of the foolish strike of the brakemen on the L. & N.some time since. Mr. Shomo was on the list for promotion to conductor, but being a member of the brakeraen'a union, he followed blindly the orders of the agitator, Gould, and went on a strike, which had neither reason nor justice fo back it. The consequence waa, after lying idle for 18 days, the strike was declared oil and the men told to ahift the best they could for themselves The company only took back a limited number and Shomo sought and obtained work on the C. A O. Had he remained here be and would have been n conductor had both his feet to aid him in making a living. Smith, another man who was aoon to bo promoted to conductor, went on the strike and afterwards to the InCincinnati Southern, and we learn that he now down with a broken leg. y i Boyle coonty on Saturday evening in Best sweet and sour pickles, tomato cat- Codnty CotJUT The will of Pdndloton eap and prepare 1 mustard at T. R. Wal Jenkins was admittol to probate ycuterday structed delegates to the Republican State ton V. and a number of fiduciary settlements were Convontion to vote for that eminent Cel ic M. Death Mr J. B Hughes, h brother of reported nnd confirmed. In the afternoon gentleman, Mr. O'Rradley, for governor Judge F. T Fox and family, of Louis the magistrates met with the court and y Mrs. J. B. Dlckerson, died in Garrard adopted some very eulogistic resolutions on villo, are visiting Danville friends Messrs. of pneumonia, the public servicos of John Bhin, which P. A Marks, W S Rowhnd, A B and A. Five shares of Farmer Bink stock sold are crowded out of thin issue. A bond for S. Robinson, , have returned from New Jr at auction yesterday at $117 10 and three the completion of the Stanford, Dix River, York, W. J Bohon left this morning for were sold privately Saturday at $118. White Oik and Garrard county pike by the Green River country. Mr. R G. Thomas Disney, who killed Oct. 1888 was and approved. Mrs. Dud- Evans has returned from Princeton and George Tetters in laurel last May and fled, ley Vaught waa allowed $9 and Mro. Ruck Hopkin University where he has been has been captured in New Albany. He r $3 per month till further orders. 8herif) taking a thorough oane in literature and confcaml when he baw that the nanus was Menefee was given till June next to settle history. He has been absent about six up and came over without the usual requi with the treasurer, D 11. EJmiston. A months. Mr. Gill Boyle has had charge of subscription of $500 to the mile waa made the telegraph ofthe xeveril days in the absition papers. m for the Moreiand and Carpenter's Station sence of Mr. Aloro, Mr. Lwlie D. Cox Lu-l- a Unfortunate. Sometime ago, Mrs. turnpike, payable out of the levy of 1888 haa returned from a two weeks' visit to C. Brock, here, lost one of The county levy was fixed at 20 cents on friends in Cincinnati, hor children at Somerset. Saturday Mr. the $100 and $1 poll tax, the same u last II. K. Wearen received a telegram from year, and the court adjourned. her at Williamsburg ordering a casket for 1I ABTEBTINRHMT8. the other child, which died there that LAND. STOCK AND CHOP morning. I have a No. I scrub mill cow for sale. ! " A costrnoMUjE has been affected between W. F. Ramsey. For breeding at the representatives of the late A. 0, Caen-aul- t Tanner bought 12 scrub3yeor- K.L. and T, J. Foster, by which the con olds yesterday at $13 10. A. P. van do WATEK'S FARM, tract signed bv Mr. Chenault to pay Mr. Jeff Jones bought of Lather UnderCorner Lancaster anil Rush Rrancb Pike Foster $73 per acre for his farm has been wood a gelding for $118. cancelled, as it does not suit the widow to William Citron bought of Ike Shelby Pster Elmer, thoroughbred. Hack Rerkihtre Roar, too at Join Elmer and Boone Wood. John go there to live. Mr. Foster is much put 7 old mules at $70 Elmer was or Wit lam Klmer, Imported from Orundy. thoroughbred, and out by the turn of a IT Irs, as he is tired of J. B Sindidge sold to F. F. Sandidge Uenhlreiow,Mary Harry Orundy Imported black by from farming and had made all arrangements to a combined bay gelding for $200, Boon 0 Wood li a thoroughbred black Canada. Berkshire sow by I'lko Wool, thoroughbred imcome hereto live, having, in fact, moved For Sale. 8 mules and 10 milk cows. ported black Berkshire, and dam Neunr Iloyle, thoroughbred black Berkshire sow, by old Richmost of his household goods and entered W. W. and 8, E, 0sley, Bright, Ky. " ard Iiojle, tborouchbrnd blak Rerkahlro, Import-e- d into an agreement to superintend the Roll from Europe, breeding feo $1 cith 20J it. Hugh Seargentaold to Divo Thompson er Mill business. 8 hogs weighing 118 pounds at A cents. A good Jack for Bale ADMINISTRATRIX' SALE FniE. A little after midnight Thursday, Apply to R H. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Engineer William Uolley. who comes up from Rowland for Train Dispttchcr Wood Ky. VALUABLE PItOPJGUTY ! Farrlb' Silver King was in line shape ion to go on dyty, discovered the pork pack yesterday nnd woo many expressions of As Administratrix of R. inghousoof W. F. Rirusey to Im on tire, It. (.entry, I will tell oa hit Ute prem e, on nud proceeded at onci to blow such a blast admiration. Foil Sale. A eplendid milk cow and ON SATUDAY, with his whistle as Gbriel is expected to APRIL 2ND, 1887, a young calf. Terms reasonable. R. E. give on the last day. This followed by the A tract of land alarm bell on the court-housaroused the Barrow, Stanford. Spears Fisher sold Ejgene Kelly, of 107 wholo town end the bucket brigade began n, to do the best work it eyer did. Tho house Pulaski, 20 acres of land adjourning Hon. Adjoining the homeMoid, It a gooJ stato of most of itdown la grits, well watered and was just In the rear of the Karris A Eimiey G. A. Lickey's at $10 per acre. fenced. One thousand bushels selected seed I will sell aim at the tame time building and near several other wooden 2 Work Mules, 2 lionet. 1 extra Haddle Homo T yrart old, 1 Denmark Saddle Stallion 2 jcart old, coallnuous pour of water oats. Price as low as they cm be bought houses, but a I Weanling Haddle Colt by On Time, 1 Brood prevented a spread of the fire and confined anywhere. Wearen A Menefee. Mare by llubble't Ifcnnurk, in fial to Judgo G, A. Swlnebroad is back from south Ituucr. 1 good Brood Mare. 8 cowt with calf, twn it to the setthing, broiling meat house, ol them registered tjhorthornt, 10 good grade long yearling Cattle, 2 yearling hellers, 1 thoroughThe product of 115 head of hogs, save the western Kentucky, where he bought a lot bred Hull (leistered), i grade heifer cairn, 1 thoroughbred nailer backbone, lard, and such items, was of fresh cows and springers, which be oilers calf, 80 good Ewes wltb Iambs, 20 Bhoat. 7 ttowt and pigs, Farming in the building and was consumed with the for sale. consiitlnsuf Wood Ituper, Buckeye The ltaf tobacco sales since the month Mower, Hay Hake, Wheat Drill, l'lowt, Harexception of some 2,000 pounds drawn rows, Ac, Ono good Spring Wagon, 2 of October atDinville, Va., amount to 9,- from it with ice hooks, after it was roasted Wagont, 1 good fuggy and Uarncsa altnott new, Household eflecls, Ac. and partly in charcoal. Mr. Ramsey and 030,170 pounds at an average of $S,SS per Alto at tame tiaio the fol'owlng horses belong cwt. log to CUentrr 1 good B. G. Gover were partnen in the business The receipts of tobacco in the Cincic Mare J. yean old, will beaold: Saddle combined 1 3 year-ol- d 8 Mare, 1 and they estimate their low at $1,600 from natl market during the month of February weanling Colt, II 1'exai Mares, most ol them In foal to goid bond. which an insurance of $800 in the North were 3,052 hogsheads against 10,971 in TEKMB: AllaumtofllO and unier rash, orer r. that amount a credit of fojr month, with American of Philadelphia is to be deducted. Louisville the same month. Terms at to land mad known nn dar Mr. Ramsey thinks an incendiary did the Jf BS. JIAIiX C. OEXTll 1 - of Bale. Owen Newby soil to Chariea J. WalAdmix. work and has tome suspicions as to his ker five cotton mules at $S5, and a pair of identity But for the heavy rain prevail- large mnlrs to Gentry Bros,. Lexington, ing at the time and the eflort of those with for$200.-RIchm- ond Register. the buckets the whole block, all wood ex There were a number of fine stallions cept one building, would have been de- shown here yesterday: E. P. Falconer's stroyed. Paladlne (a full brother to Sherman 2:20 and brother in blood to DicWar Item. Lt. Henry Metcalfe, of Ohio county, made his old messmate in the army, tator, 2.17, and Jay Eye See, 2:10J; and ONLY. Col. W. Q. Welch, a visit Saturday and Abdallah Mambrino,both splendid troltera, Sunday. It was their 6rst meeting siooe were especially admired and showed to I offer the fotlowlrg goods at these remarkably LOW nguret: they parted nearly 24 years ago and they great advantage. Calico .. V cents rcr yard County Court Notwithstanding the Ciood Calico met as soldiers should. The lieutenant was " Beat " " ..-5 " " " with Sue Munday when he waa cipturcd, rain a good crowd was in town yesterday Beat Indigo Blue Calico.......... C (I real Western Cotton " CK " " having accidentally gotten with him as he and business was in the main brisk. Capt. Beit Plaid Cotton " .. 7 " 7 " " Fruit of the Loom was unking his way back to his command, Bush reports about 200 scrub cattle on the MosionvWe Cotton " " " 7 " 7 " " after his eecipo from a prison in Ohio, fie, market, not all sold. Thoe sold brought Lonedall Green ticket " " " 7 Beat apron Ulnghama Magruder and Munday had spent the night from 2 to 31 cents, A demand for good BettDren OlnghBiut ' " 'Y. " 7 " " " Oood Bed Ticking in a tobacco birn nnd abitit daylight next cittlo was not supplied, there being none OoodCantou FUunel S " " " 19 " " " brought $50 l'epperell Blieellng .0-morning a company of 02 Union soldiers on the market. Plug horses S " " " Wonted Droea Goods chirped down upon it, but ho nnd Mundny, to $75; no good ones offered, No raulea Dress Flannelt .35 " 40 Tricots Magruder was lying terribly wounded, were sold. Bidding a little better. OS Ijirgn Bed a piece 25 Towels a pair opened up on tbim with their pistols and Tne Mercer Tobacco Company haa 40 a Linen Towelt (extra large) pair ' successfully prevented their entrance. They bought about 100,000 pounds of tobacco, Best f.uoroll clotti 25 per ysrd ' 25 each fell back nnd sent in a il ig of truce by some principally in tbi county, at 1 cents. D. Men's Underthlrti ... 5..W per pair Boots (calf tktn) countrymen, who told them that they could C. Terhuce bought in Lincoln county 20 1.25 Ladles' Button Shoes " " " shoes. surrenderor they would proceed to burn mule, 15 hands high and up Men'tfront lace calfskinttock) . . 1.75 " " brogaaslwhols 100 " " ... 1.75 " " Men's Boot building over them. Tho bssieged wards, at $97.50 per head. T. F. Alexanthe " " 85 Oood Jeans Pan tt men raid they would converse with the der refused 5 centd u pound for 300 head of " l " 135 )jansl'ant 5 00 Men's nice Butts to officer on tho subject and he accordingly spring market hogs. He bought at 3 8.( 0 Butts 2 50 of yearPants C. B. Sullivan sold a car-loCime, and upon hin solemn promio that he 3 Hoy's ulcs Butts 4.00 Harrodsbnrg Men's nice Hals should be treated w a prisoner of war, Lt. ling cotton mnlcfl nt $17 50 50c to $2.50 Ladles' Cloaks. Men's, Bay's and Children's Metcalfe agreed to surrender. Munday at Democrat Orercoats at less than cost prlco. llemeuber this otter It for ten days only. Grst positively refused, but he thinks that OANVILLE. BOXLE COUN1 Y. MIL, ASS, upon the same promise that was made to Opposite Myers House. Mr E. O. Walton, representing the him in finally agreed (0 do so. Tney then were taken to Louisville by boat, he and Interior Journal, wa9 in town Saturday Munday bting handcuffed together, and all adding to his already good sized subscripF . B. RILEY, Proprietor. subsequently condemned to be hung by a tion list. Wm. Moreiand and D S. Hinman on drum-heacourt martial. Munday was Thoroughly Hesiovitfrsl nnd Rcfur-li- t hung immediately and Magrtader auflered Saturday bought of Granville Cecil a pair ah (Ml throughout. 1'frst-clh.HFore D. 8. nud renionnblc prices. Day of 3 year old geldings for $100. the eaine fate after he had sufficiently remid night covered from his wounds to stand up, By Hinman sold a half interest in a pair of trnliiN met by riolltc Portent or tbW geldings to the above firm for popular House. tho inttrvention of friends, who presented 4 year-olindisputable proof that the lieutenant was $475. ! In order to set at rest all doubts on the a regularly enlisted soldier, his life was spared and the war ending shortly after- subject, if there have been any, It may be AH persons are notified not to pass through our wards he was released. He suffered great saidautboritlvely that Judge Breckinridge premises without special permission, at we will to be a candidate for the enforce the law against those who do. hardships while he was under sentence of will coutinue death, being chained to the ioor by both democratic nomination for representative I r H . BECK, bands and feet and the imprest of the irons until the polls cloeo on the 21 Saturday in A, M. FELASD, still show themselves in scars on his limbs, April, the day fixed for the primary elecJ. U. MILLER, 2C4 it. Stanford, Ky. He says that his sentence did not particu- tion His friends have no intention whatever of deserting him and know of no realarly worry him, ai he had reached that PEARSON & CLARK, atsge that he;did not care much whether he son why tbey should. Persona living in Boyle county but lived or died. Mundiy met his fate as bravely as ever man did and when taken owning real estate in another county haye from the prison on the morning of his exe- boen sued in the name of the CommonLEXINGTON, KY. cution, went forth fearless of death, though wealth for failing to file with the county he hated the idea of being hung inetead of clerk of the county where the land ia loca- 13 .: 11 West Mnln of being shot. He was a regularly enlisted ted "a descriptive list" of tho same. The Confederate soldier and was twith General suit is brought under a section of the new Backncr at the surrender of Fort Donelson, revenue bill and seems to be chiefly a money grabbing echeme as the deed on aa Lt, Metcalfe knows of his own knowlAH persons are requested not to pass through edge. The lieutenant, while not traveling record in the county clerk's office describes my premises wttboul special permission. Tho so tobacco warehouse in Louisville, ia a the land sufficiently for all purposes, for a who fall to comply wltb this request will lu dealt ' Divid Graham, Alfred Graham and with by law. prosperous farmer and a happy married VEVIOX EJ1BIIEE. man, with a half a doz)n or so children Mark Crittenden, charged with killing P. 8 I offer my sereral Lots In town and tub Frank Burns, a few weeks ago, were on urbt lor tale. growing up around him, bat he never has (203 td) P. E. entirely forgiven hla enemies and ia to some Saturday morning convicted of manslaughextent at least still an unrepentant, unre- ter and sentenced to the penitentiary, the constructed rebel. He is chuck full of in- two first for 21 yeara eich, the latter for AND teresting reminlscecBja of his army life with five year?, A number of persons who listhe Major, as he culle Col. Welch, and we tened to the case throughout think the een STABLE ! enjoyed his talk very much. The Colonel tenco unmercifully .severe. Rut niggers llaslng rented the ttable on Depot ttrect, I am esyn no truer, braver, better man fought for and poor people generally get the benefit to train and break horses on reasonable the lost cause than Henry Metcalfe, and no of . .Il,l nHmlnUtratlnn nf "instico." Cir preparedCounty Court day trade solicited. terms. showed himself a greater hero during cuit Court adjourned Saturday to meet man JOHN It. CAUI'SXTER, S03.6B1. titanfoid, Ky. the times that tried men's souls. again Monday i unmet. is.1, Sat-uroaCAi-ruREwell-kno- Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orlonns and Toxas Railway.) PacIQo Shortest and Quickest Lino to Now Orleans, Florida, South East, Toxas, Cuba, Soutli West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, 86. KEAO DOWN. TltAINtsUOUTH. flo.1. ItKAI) No.7. 8TATIOKJ. Ho. 1. I VI. No. 6. No. 8. T1UINSNOKTH. Dally. 7 55 Daily. Ex.8u.Oi 7 65 am 4 03p 10 m am 705p 10 22 am 7S5p 10 43 a m 8 (Tip 1108am 8 41p 1120am 8 59p Daily No 3. Mo. 5. Dsdly. Dally. 4 30 4 Dally. Ex. Hun, Dally. No. 4, DaUy. m 2 01pm m 1 35 pm m 104 pm 12 I135au 910p 1250pm 8 63 p m 0 15pm 1 30 am 5 03am 10 52 p mIO 5J a to ueorgetawn ......... 1120 p m 11 30 a in .......... Lexington 1141 p m.ll 84 am ........NIcholatTille.. ...... U 83 pm Uarrodabnrfi Junction.. 12 33 a in '12 47 pm ...M..ftSU . I1D ...... .... 12 53 a in. 2 42 pm ........Junction citr 810 pm am L're, Cincinnati ...A'rr 6 42pm,10 n..l!l. '227 am, 8 25 4 3 00am 740pm 9 52 p ra 12 30 a m 12 (1 ami... S10 pm 735 a m 53 7 80 am 45 p m 7 10 p m 8 30 a mi 7 80 20 apm pm am Klnes Mountain .somerset pm 7 27 a mi 4 25 a 15pm1 7 00am 405a 3 63 p m 8 27 a m,t3 33 a 3 25pm,t547am 8 12 p m f 5 32 a in 2 66a 302pm; 320am 2 45 a 25atn 6 43am 5 00pm ....Oakdale .ChitUnoo ga,. Dirimuguiu......M. ...Meridian........ Mew Orleans. HhraTeport. , Eutaw. uau 11pm 10 40 10 45 a 8 25 133pm. ml. am.. C40pm pm 9 MUTE ISO AH an - pm pm nm 10 42 am 120am 9 50am lOOOp m 6 05a ni 7 10 pm 1015 am 620am 315a m 800pm 235 am 23 m 1212 m 12 01 7 33p m 15 T. P Junction 7 50 a m a m No 9 testes Oakdale dally except 8ua Jay, at 5 13 a, ArrWInz at Cbattsuwja at 9.15 No. 8 leave Chattanooga at 3.00 r. it., arrlyln t at O.ikdile at 0 40 r. u. jaann uouuotr uuaei Bleeping uirs onalllnrouga tralm JOHN OAULT, Oen'l Manager, II. COLLBBAN, Qen'l Frt. A Pats. Agt. jv. iianiHjLu, uea'i oupu, I'.. X. KYAN, Astt. Gen'l Frt. A Pass. Agent. W. W. WKLL8, (Superintendent, Somerset, Ky u, a Kag-Un- d, General Offlcca, Bt. Paul Building, West Fourth Slroet, Cincinnati, Ohio. PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! -- e CONTAINING ACRES cultl-Titlo- two-hor- We have much the largest stock and best as sortment to ho 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 cano or any other rough ground will find a NO. 5 CHAMPION tho Plow of all Plows for such work, they are almost indestructible. We have various kind of plows and-aall kinds of prices. We can suit any one that will give our assortment an investigation. We have a few Sulky Plows we will sell at ycry low prices. appror-ediecurlt- IW-t.- t FOR Ham-bletonla- 10 DAYS -.- ! WEAKEN & MENEFEE. WMlite fiilf PHARMACISTS, DKALXBS lx M 1- Drugs, Books, Stationery and i txiiby ni iibtoo. Phrslcl an' prescriptions accurately compounded. All (J-S- SS! ouibp jf- - -- - -- jr'U.o . ITATCH All-wo- n JEWELERS. Tbe Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, Jewelry and Silverware Krer JJ1 tHrSjrr 1 w i a i aW t bought tr. this market Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Hops I reJ on short notice and Warranted. All-wo- ad All-wo- ol IOSITIVEJLY CUJRES i. JACKSON HOU8E, ITbl VWVma.k, vi I Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Neu ralgia, Croup, Hay Fever Cold, Deafness if the Drums of the Ears d ftfe. V Is a' $&Lvvir ccPKwnETtaaG are not destroyed. Granulated 207-C- lOSTJED 0 m - - irimxs ul f V Afmvm. M and Weak Eyes, Ulceration of the i t&A w K lUUilgB, JLOllUl IS ILUUIUUJULU UUU UUfU permanent. For Bronchial, Throat l J J and Lung troubles and Hay Fever, the "Debellator" must he used, also for Chronic Catarrh. 19.1S8G. Zonictoji, Ky., Not. Wholesale Grocers 203-61- Struct. a sufferer from Phthisic (Asthma) for a number of years, and could find nothing that would entirely reliere me. Three months 1 procured tbe Carbolic Sinoke Ball, and it bat nerer filled to give Instant relief. Betides relier- me from Phthisic, It hat greatly Improved Respectfully, my general health. MltS. WM. SHAN LIN. IhtTebeen I take great ulcasjre In recommending your Carbolic 8moke Ball, baring had occasion to use it for a cold. I found It both pleasant and effect-ag- o Ire. cleaning my bead, throU and bronchial ubes; rendering my Tolie Cmc and ttrong. Its!-to- g to relieved my wile of tore throat In a very short R. II. Ill VERS, time. Tutor Broadway M. E. Church 7ei'. R. R. Rivera, D.I) , huuk: Cbab Orciud, Ky , August 17, 188C. I have Veen atlllcled with Catarrh for ten yeart, and when I ordered your Carbolic Sjioko Ball tome two weskt ago I bad contracted a very deep cold; my chesl was tilled with pain, and my bead was n ttopped up I could scarcely brealbo. After using tho "Bll" two weeks aceorJlog to directions, I au entirely well of tho cold, the ralnt have left my chest, and I fool better than for yean. I bellovo the and cheerfully recommend Carbolic Smoke Ball la the grandest remedy known fo. colds and catarrh, II. U. BRONAUOU, Respectfully, tt to every person afflicted. HJIOKE Jl-A-I-- Livery, Training, SALE Feed, JONEi FULBER, Agents, Crab Orchard Ky. I'BXXV di Jfcvt LISTER, 82, DEUELLi'XOll 81. Jt7;if, Stanont, Hu. RSLis. SLICKER y The Best Waterproof Coat, aisssssssssssssssssssaltMV Th.FISIIllBjmiJ8UCKIBIswirTiitwSwnrrroof, 'NVtrrnVSaurauMifc w.r.otllltlin. IllutrtUd ClJof lrt. Uraad" titviomui, suit will kp o dry In hwf"'"',,iua"',rt i. J Towtr, IUxUb, - 4rf' b . , taw 'lTWjWyJUP' "' llllllllll iii..iii'rtBnn,ii JlIllJJaJ.,ulLpulJ,JluuJllJllJllli4llMl)llJulawaw'BV ,l,l'llsssjsjlP,i'1' .' i"i '"Witts,1 wfP'w' w;Bf,"fjy"v !,.i ji.ijh;ii ,mM:iipppwjym , nitMWIlUiMiiiMiwtrimmlLWiiiiinjll wlliMHUUIWMJU.JUJilHJ.Vim.l.JHlHHnwriwitj-- T IMI I III I Ml Mi I IB II IS ! Ill MH II HIP' sss irtivr.- - fn - -n . aanfflBMiltiMMiB 7 Seuii-SHceWfllnteriar $oraI Prohibition Platform. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY, ILLINOIS PIONEERS. THE TIIOKOVaunRED The war news has advanced the price of corn to about $2 50 in this latitude. The public pulse seems to beat in uni son in approval of the refusal of the House of Representatives lo override the President's veto message. Jesse Collier, a young man of Mllledg vllle, was buried at our cemetery on Thurs dey; disease, typhoid fever. Mrs. Pauline Hedge was buried Friday. She was achate ed in age and has been long an invalid. Col. Matt Adams spent eome days here among friends and relatives. The Chenault brothers .are here, aiding in the arrange ment of the business of the deceased brother. "Crit," youngest son of J. C. Wrigh', is hereon a visit. A quartette of doctors made a deacon t on Robert Rnisell last week, but it is reported that he escaped with his lifo. W. H Smith fell from hii stable loft and received a Bhock which has disabled him for several days, no permanent injury, and improving - TLo sick list is extending G. W Ryan is elil I in a critical condition; Mrs G. D. Weitherford has been seriously ill for several days. Mrs C C Bogle whs called to Danville last week, where she still remains with her sick daughter, Lizzie, -- Sjuie civillerare charging the editor with an illicit process in logic, when, after pirading the order and sobriety and in character of certain coun'ie Virginia, he exultingly exclaims ''triAl is the kind of a country from which we cian. ine premises ueing granted, me difficulty seems to lie in determining whether the morality of those counties was the cause of his peculiar excellence, or the ef fectof his expatriation fYou pays your and you takes your choice. E J mot.er g 1 MANNER OF LIVING BY THOSE WHO FIRST BROKE THE PRAIRIES. This ia the pUtlorm sdopted by (he State prohibitionist': First We indorse the National Prohibitionist party platform. The liquor truffle of this country is n public nuisance, debauching the citizens, corrupting the voter, robbing the laborer, endangering the pjace and happiness of society and threatening the supremacy of the gOTernment, State and National, in the en actment and enforcement of the law; we, therefore, demand the prohibition of the itu portation, manufacture, sale or traffic, by any and all porsons, of all alcoholic, vinous, malt, fermented, distilled, or other intoxicating liquor; and for the consummation of this purpose, we further demand a constitutional amendment, State And national, and euch Congressional and legislative enactment as will enforce these provisions. With regard to the present pubSecond lic affiirs in Kentucky, we advocate the call of a sovereignty convention ol the people, as provided in Section 4 of the Bill of Eights, to form another constitution more in harm .nv with the changed condition of affairs in the State ami of the political advancement of the times Third We advocate the enfjreement of the following general laws: A law to disfranchise any per in who buys or sells a vote. A law to prevent the competition of convict with free labor, or the hiring out of convicts in such a war a to produce such a competition and to brand all articles of every bind made by convict labor as "convict-made" when and before the same is put on the market. We indorse Mr. Powderly's opinion that the liquor traffic is the worst enemy. A law lo invest'gite every four years the condition of every office connected with the administration of the State government by commissioners selected by the General Assembly. wo'tk-ingman'e The llullilliiff or the Log; CiiMn Furniture of ttm Interior Mortnr and "Sweep" for ('.rliulliic Corn doing to Mlll-Clotli- lnir. P0YAl H0L8TEINFRIESIANBULL aiaiiquin of a in: mm:. This line Bull wilt stand the staoos now commenced at my liable on tb LaneaiUr Plks one half mils from HUnford Court House at;iJ the reason, wl'h lbs privilege ol breeding the cow un- Is firs', V if u if ' Talking about absent mindedness," said a sleeping car conductor, "I think the worse cms I ever heard of was that of a passenger by my car one day last fall. She was a St. Louis woman, about 45 years old, and she Story of a Kiss. A Circassian was walking along one road Tne roads and a woman along another i l.f 1 1 l i Apples stewed and sweetened are pleat-a- nt to the taste, cooling, nourishing and laxative, far superior in many cases to the abomniable doses of salts and oil usually giyen in fever and other diseases. Raw tp pies and dried apples stewed are better for flour. Most of tho hats or ca;u worn were made Ichthyological Puzzle. constipation than liver pill', Boston Bui of skins, often of tho most fantastic shapes, In the shadow of the hilltop, out under letin but In summer tho straw hat wai common. the tiees, sat a pretty miss. Hark, pray, to Tuirty eight counties in Kentucky have Tho lints tho men brought to this country this word of description: Her hat was like goce dry." Of this number 22 counties with them were worn on Sunday As the of a coal scuttle perched on her head, her a e democratic and 13 are republican and 3 original supplywas clothin; began to fail, tho first resource to make clothes of deer rings of gold, her dress pongee. She wore are to eyenly divided that they may be skins. Tho-- In tho bauds of the Indians a seersucker apron, tied with a blue ribbon. claimed as doubtful. made excellent clothing; but our first settlers were not such good tanners, and tbo At her feet were her cat and dog. She clothts did not do so well. Tho breeches Bucklen's Arnica Salve read alcud a Psalm on mercy. The wcrJs soon got a tremendous kneo tha, wasi imThe UitSalre In the world lor Cuts. Bruises manent melted slowly away, when a boy's terrible thing. When tho men or boys went Sores, Rheum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chipped out Into the gnus while tho dew was on, tho rhout startled her. He was thundering in UanJj,Elt Chilblains, Coras and all Bkln Eruptions, (.swamp over bis heels, but at last he ciata-bere- aud positively cures Plies, or no pay rei ulred. I, breeches would won bo dangling around their feet; and then about 10 o clock, or out and rent into a barn, a e'ean ii guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or mono? sooner, when they beenmo dry again, they 23 cents per box. For sale by refunded. Price hckiog building, not far away. rustled and crackled about their knees us much too short. Moccasins were almost Find in the above the names of d sh and Ponny 4 McAlliter. universally worn often being mado for animals to the number of -- 2 other water An Old Citizen Speaks. winter uwo of skins with tho hair on. In Look through it carefully. You wi 1 find ,Mr. J. St. Korrlj, an oil clttzin of P.ouie, tie. warm weather all went barefoot. that he had been badly troubled with KidMost of tho leisure time was spent in visitthe names sometimes all in one word, some lays ney Complaint for a great many yean and with ing or hunting, horso races and protracted times partly in one and pirtly in another. Eczema for three yean; at times could scarce! meetings. Much tlmo was nlso epent in The letters occur just as they do in the walk, and had tried many remedies without ben- going to mill. A two bushel sack of corn names the tblue is to fi ad them. We may efit, beford he began taktng Electric Bitters and was shelled; long boforo daylight tho next say that one of the kinds of fish is "her- anointing his hands with Bucklen'i Arnica Salvo, morning the bustlo of getting off begun, so This treatment afforded him great relief and he day if ossible; rings," found in the expression "her rings itrongly recommends Electric Bitten to all who ns to make tho trip in ouo u borne, man tho sack was thrown across or 21 you mav discover suffer with Kidney Complaints tor need a Blood boy mounted and jogged away, followod by of gold." The other PurlSer Sold by Penny A JlcAIliter. many cautions about crossing tho creeks for youraelf. and much anxiety wus felt if tho boys failed Most Excellent. to get back the next night or the following He was Content. "A country parson,' in encountering a storm the past season in J.J. Attics, Chief of Police, Enoxvllle, Tenn., day. wrltei. "My family andjlaro beneficiaries of your I hail lietter describe ouo of tho mills. the yoyage across the Atlantic, was remind- taost excellent medicine, Dr. King's Hew DiscovThere is an oh.'H shod, oiicn all around. In ed of the following: A clergyman was so ery for Consumption; having ;found It to be all tho tnlddlo a largo iost say eighteen Inches unfortunate as to be caught in a severe gale that you claim for It, desire to testify to lti vir- In diameter turns on a pivot in a block set Is on a voyage out. The water was exceed- tue. My friends to whom I have recommended It in the ground, and stayed by eros Ieains praise it at every opportunity." Dr. King's New at tho top; this xst, about two feot from ingly rough and the ship persistently bur- Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure tho ground, a beam goes through and exied ber noee in the tea. The rolling was Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and ev- tends eight or ten feet out at each end, and constant and at lait the good' man got thor ery aSectlon of the Throat, Chost and Lungs. Tri- to theso tho horses nro hitched. About six feet from tho ground all round tho iost al Bottles A osglily frightened. He believed they were Large sice.Free at Penny McAlIiter'a Druj Store. sticks live or six feet long m 1th a natural JL asked the destined for a watery grave. He fork at tho end aro driven into auger holes, I'sa Oreec Cough Balsam for coughs and rolJi. and in theso forks n raw hide round band or captain if he could have prayers. The cap Price 50c, For sale by McP.oberta A otagg. ropo works. Some later mills had a light tain took him by the arm and led him down wheel instead of theso sticks. This band goes 11 ow u your blot? Use Green's Sariapsrllla to the forecastle, where the tars were singing round n littlo trundle, head that turns tho A Slags at SI. For sale v millstone. Tho wholo was out in tho woods, and swearing. "There, when you hear them . Green's E.'ectrlc Oil cures all aches and palm. sometimes without oven a shed; so Itelng at anearing you may know there is no danmill wns very much Uko lelng out of doors, ger." He went back feeling better, bu t the For ule by McRoberts A Stagg at 50c. Cor. Chicago Herald. storm increased his alarm. Disconsolate Oreon'i Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at A Correct DlngnoHls. and unassisted, he managed to stagger to 3Pc, at Sugg's. Physician (to patient) Have you been out the forecastle again. The ancient marin niadumr era were swearing as ever. "Miry," he I attended an aucPatient Yes, sir. wife, aa he crawled said to his sympathetic tion sale of household effects, Physician You probably overdid your-selfinto his b rth after tacking across a wet deck When JUhy wm sick, we gave her Castorla, "Mary, thank God, they're shearing yet." When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, Patient No, I didn't do anything. My When alio became Miss, she clang to CaitorU, fllarptt's Magazine. hmbuul went ofT this morning without WUsn sat h vt Children, she gave them Caitori leaving mo a cent. It is stated that W. J. Browning, a Physician- -1 .sou. I would recommend killed 1)3,000 ducks Merced (Cal ) hunter, bromide, madam. You ars suffering from nervous proftnitlon. Puck. this season. In one day he trilled 750. 3 d McP-obert McP-ober- ti JL- to-da!- finally united iato one, and, reaching the point of junction at the same time, they walked on together. Tue man was carrr-ioa large iron kettle on his back, in one hand he held the legs of a live chicken, in the other a cane and he was leading a gost. They nested a dark r.ivlne. Said the woam afraid lo go through that raman: vine with you; it is a lonely place and you might overpower me and kiss me by force." Said the man: '.'How can I possibly overpower you and kiss you by force when I have this great iron kettle on my back, a cane in one hand, a live chicken in the other and am leading this goat? I might as well be tied hand and foot." "Yea," re plied the woman, "but if you should stick your cane in the ground and tie your goat to it, and turn the kettle bottom side up and put the chicken under it, then you might wickedly kiss me in spite of my re siateoce " "Success to thy ingenuity, 0 woman!" said the rejoicing man to himself; "I should never have thought of this And when he or similar expedients." camt to the ravine he stuck his cane into the ground and tied the goat to it, and gave the chicken to the woman, laying. "Hold it while I cut some grass for the goat," and then so runs the legend lowering the kettle from hts shoulders, be put the fowl understand wickedly kissed the woman as ene was afraid he would. 'I had a horseshoe with her which sbe had found in the street while on her way to the station. She brought it along, she said, because Coding a boreshoe while starting on a journey Is the surest sign of good luck. But what do you suppose she did next morning? Sbe reached nnder her pillow, got her false teetb, packed them e away in her valise and put the hor-eh- r iu her month. And she never discovered the mistake, either, till she went lo the breakf ist table and there she 'corked her jiw with the toe of the shoe while trying to get away witfc a beefiteak.- "- fCnicno Herald. Mtsqned hugging parties are coming in vogue in some localities and might be a drawing card at some of our chuich fairs when they get ripe. By paying lo caats a man is allowed to hug a girl, but he is first blind foided. It makes a man mad to find, on removing the bandage from his eyes, that he has beea hugging his own wife; 15 cents gone for nothing. The course of true love may be traced in the eight letters produced at the hearing of a breach of promise case. The first letter commenced: 'Dear Mr. Smith," (ben followed "My Daar John," then "My Darling John,"MyOn Darling Jack," "My Dr-li- ne John," "Dsar John," "Dear Sir," "Sir," and all waa over, Pioneer lifo takes Its shapo front tho surroundings. Southern Illinois illffervd from tho other cstcrn states in being distant front largo towns, without publio conveyance, having a climate, neither cold nor warm, having n nonrly even mixture, of woodland and prairie, and being settled by cmlgrnhts front tho south. Tho houses wero mostly round iolo cabins, not tho huge implnr logs they linri used In tho south, but such ns they could get. Somo-timtho walls wero "shcljicd down," or very slightly hown, niul sometime tho walls wero built of split logs smoothed n little, on tho face. Somo ot tho oracks in tlicso walls wero chinked ami daubed, wliilo some wero left open to ndinlt light, Windows wero nearly or tnilto unknown. Some of tho cabins hnd cracks nil nround "that n dog could jump through." If the tloor was anything olso than bare ground it :w timdo of puncheons, or slabs, split out aud smoothed a little with n chopping nxe, and fastened down with wooden pins or not fastened at to tho all. There were but threo "slevix-rsfloor, ouo at ea'ch end nndono iu tho middle. Tho roof wus not nailed and liad no rafters. At Uio eaves the end logs projected at each corner a foot or two Kyond the walls, ami on tho ends of these rested logs, one on each stdo; and those wero culled "buttin polos," because tho ends of tbo first courso of lioards butted against them. Several courses of logs wero then put up, the gables, of course, upright, wliilo the side logs werj "drawn in to shupo tho roof," On these logs clapboard wero laid, four foot l)oanls Mug generally used, and held down by "weight jioles." A jxlo was laid on each course of lioards, and these poles wero kept In place by blocks or sticks set up lwtaccn them, called '"knees." Tho chimney was of split logs below and small sticks higher up, with n stone, soino-- t lines only n dirt, llrvplacv. Sometimes there was loft, made by laying clapboard on tho joists; bomcttmos not, and then tbo joists generally joles were convenient for banging up deer and deer skins, etc. Shelves resting on long pins In the walls answered for cupboard, pantry, bureiu and wanlrolie, aa everything thnt might not as well bo on tho floor was stowed away on these shelves. There wrro but fqtr lxslstads iu the coun try. "Dod scaffolds" wero mndo on two rails or pieces driven into tho wall, ono for tho Jde and ono for tho end, in tho corner of tho cabin, the other ends of theso rails being let into n post, tho entire structure frequently having but one boil post. Hoards wero laid acro from tho long rail to tho wall, or from rail to rail, and on thews tho bed If the happy family had any was laid. Tbo table was either mado of inxirds nailed to a rough, unwieldy frame, or it was mado on stakes driven into tho ground I. e., tbo floor. Ment was plenty, but breadstuff was at first brought from the older settlements on tho Mississippi, Ohio or Wabash. Somo hod littlo luind mills that would grind n bushel or two of com In a day, and they did well. But many had to lieat this meal iu a mortar. Ono family had a big kettlo which they used for a mortar, but generally the mortar was a stump with a basin burned out In tho tob on a "sweep" of It. Over tlils wus n. buce billet of rvtxxl. This billot was brouclit down nr-otha train In tho aiortiif'J tho sweep' raised it, and so, thump, thump, the pounding went on till the grain was broken small enough to moke bread. Another stylo of mortar was made of n large was a maul with aa block, and the Iron wedgo in tho end of it. This was used in bad wntber, as it could be brought indoors, and it cut the grain rapidly. Tbo meal was sifted through a sieve, made by punchirig a piece of deerskin full of holes witli a hot spindle and strutcl)ius it over A hoop. In tho early autumn meal wo grated, and the bread made of ibis meai and baked on a bard or in tho ashes was as delicious; as' heart could wLih. Out finer delicacies than those wero somtImes prepared, Meal was "sarched" that Is, it was beaten rery fine, then it was put Into a cloth of loose, open texture, and as much as possible sifted and boat'en out through tho cloth. This was "sarched" meal, and it was nearly as line as es Misjx-riilod Marquis of Adeline a sire, Herbert, his sirs Imis ported Apollo and Dam Imported Houtbern of Adlleno's dam, Adeline, hoi sire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Fliu-- fr For further particulars as to pedigree see U,, ed served. ire itest of liar day; her owner having refused pv for her. The Holsteln-Frelsla- n cattle have takon the lead aa the beat for the family, and a cross with the Bborthorn products a very Una animal. 1 will buy all the male calvrt begotten by this Hull at gocd prices del Tf red at weaning lime. O F.II.B. Thlslia very tine young Bull from n celebratlanlly ol milkers Including the row Kcno, the Commercial College of Ky.Unlrersltjf.aV.'.'.'.l';. Tfcf Cksapsst and Bsst Baslaiss Cslfsrs la th " wit. i lh,Wrl4,flK.IMTlIM,.fnr7 sums' "r,;'Kr. CUt, vn. v''Y KitrliiuJ U,wnlSiluMK4inUn, Ii 73 CJpbSukTm III llu,taf.Afc. lOTcuhrrt .bdI.i,! I'm IsilalUs TiIiimi, Kuilonr of r ull llualarsa Hllm,.tl boul SDO. ,HJirt.lU.l. 4 Trlrcrafkr, rwltlllM, Dm BratU. Maw. lr4a(ra SMITH, fwi Koffw. t ritrr 1 lilaxUa. K, Un tllrtia W. It. y w M ('. UrUJ T,.U rt - I I 180-- tl ?r. it. Mii.r.r.it. flap lord, Ky. MYERS HOTEL, STAltrORD. KT. E. H. BURNSIDE, - POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlst powder never varlee. A marvel ol purity, strength and wholeMineneu. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and ran not bo sold compctlton with the multitude of low test .short weight alum or phosphate powders. Boldonly In ltoYat. BaKt.tn Powosa Ce, cans. 10C Propr ).i -- ()ii?Hltvll? WlwAllASTlCSieAtOftTHfl- - This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintuina its High Roputation, AMD A NEW Propriotor is FAST MAIL lti Shrill bo deoondDetermined that to no Country it IIOlll -- LKAM.fi. Wall (Street, New Yortr loi'in villi: a cixcinxati, Dally, secures lo travelers Hotel in the State in its Fnre, Appointment., or Attention to Comfort of their Qneiti. WILLIS HOUSE, MA IX ST., ItlCintO.M). KT. THE MOST J. B. WILMS, Propriotor. For a xood Table And cleansed well furnished rooms, this Hotel hai no superior. Good 'ample rooms attached, M 'iul-- lj oe-lUtti 00 per day. Mil SERVICE (It-lso- Itiiirage wlllne eoaveyed to and from the frseof ehare. Kssrlal arroramoJatloai to Commercial Travelere. The tlar villi slwsys BSfpliid wits tae choices brass's crLlasors sad Clssrs. n I aud ou all trunk line plov and hence theOhls Itlver asd the latitat time and most cowbrtable trains be tween all )olnts In lb Sottth, or to the Ever attempted between the ureal rimmerclal fifrifi, LOUIS SCHLEUEL, Is denominated The I.hitit-er- t KENTUCKY K.rirenM. The superb rolllns suck w no. pstrons lorthrrnt. atrw The counterpart of this train lf CENTRAL lMOTOGKAlHEK, lUCIIJtOaD, KKVU'CKY. you will Cod our time tables and tickets, tttj Jto-noi- l, gel JIoHon and slick to Jfouori, If jou wanttouve money and have a pleasant Jour- iTAtall Vitllmiti'tl Comfort. Coupon Ticket Olilces In the Houth 1. 1 "iliiioGruMN Itoule." Shortest and Qaiokest Boato from Geo tr&l Kentnoky to all Pointa North, East, West and Southwest. -- ney. Photograph! in all styles and sizos. Pictures ia India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. Kewdeslgai la Frames ant Mils at verj low K.O.MrCORMICK, General rsasoniter Agent. Chicago. Agents and ORlcers: K. A. llt'CkKKB, m lib Ave.. Ixiulsvllle, Ky. I. M. oaaxrx, l?j Vos at., Cludunstl, O CltyTlcktt Fast Line Ifetweon LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI CORPORATION NOTICE! 1 Knoten I, Tkst II. 8. Wllhers.T. J, Foster, (i. A Lackey, 8. H. Bbanks, Forest m Held snd W. (1. Welch have associated tbemislves togethsr and formed a corporation under the provisions of Cnap.M, ,d Schedule Is Effect May It, BOOTH-BOOS- ltw. Ex. Baa 1 00 rrlcei. (JOl-l- lit THo.6TWoT 'Ex. Hun. Dally 10 IS DB. W. B. PENNY, it!e j Slat. Ey. IS 10 prall llpiaj 6 10pu 3. The nam of the Incorporation Is the ''Ulan- Lv. Paris . II SO ford Roller Mill Company," and Us principal place Arr. Winchester. . IS to sin 10 4t pro. SJ p ta (01 ptnjii " Klcnmonu.. - iS2p,n 30 pn ' 7 IS pea of buslaiss Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky. prr " Ijinnuter ... ., 07pm S. The general natuioof the buslomi li the purlord Wp and sals chase and ssi of grain, the manufacture Lve, Richmond... 1 00 p ni ,.. .. of Hour and uienl, and the purchase and ule of Arr. Korea.... . S MpMl... coal. " UvlajpUon.. 110,000 4 The csplUl stock Is authorlsrd to t Woara-Woosdivided Into shares ol 150 each to be paid al the Mo. 3 I Mo. II No. I Office on Laoeastar street, next door to and direct. Office hours from t toll i. Directory may determine 3. The corporation shall begin business Feb. II, Lva, .and 1 to 6 r. u. Anesthetics aJmlnlitorod wber S 00 am Uvlnpton. oaoeaaarr. I&S7, and terminate 33, years thereafter. 10 M am C. Tbssffklrsof the CoLipsny shall U conducted Arr. Richmond . UIlSI Rowland CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, by a board of sis directors, who shall electa Ulsgt, Lva. LAseaster .. " S II Secretary, Treasurer, neither office Arr. Klchod,.. II 00 araL.. Incompatible with the others, and shall sppolnl' OK LAHCAHTEB, IIY. Lve. such other officers and agtcts as may be deetaeJ Arr. Richmond 7 10 pm' 7 CO a rn1 Winchester... d Incorporators ihaU Arr Iarls, .. necessary, The SMpm 8 09 a m .... 9135,000 00 OAI'lTAL Board ot Directors, and thslr Lve. Lxlogton constitute the tint P m 7 M a m. 3 li pm Fm1 ... successors shall b elected on the InJ (Saturday L " Cynthlina, 3 11 D M, I U I M S stpai This Bank solicits accounts of Individuals, Arms Of January, 18iS, and annually at the asms time 4 Uias " Falmouth 4 47 p m1 10 93 a n IB pot and corporations. Its facilities tor making col- thereafter. Arr.Oovlngton SO a m tS pi lections, In all parts of the United States, are un, 7. The highest Indebtedness of the Company surpassed, and culomers are at ll time granted shsllat no time exreed I II, WO. MATMVII.LK HHANOH. any reasonable aecommodatloos they set proper oorporiton and S. The private, property of to ask. We beg to offer our services to the cltl-f- itockholdsrs shall bi exempt from corporate dsbti. ol neighboring countlee, without Backing Vo.TV Moaru-BoosI T. J. JfWTEB, Dally Datlr facilities, and inure them that any business sent H. 8. WITHERS, ti. U. SHANKS Es. tJun. Ks. fftn 0. A. LACKEV, atus shall at all times have prompt and faithful WWELCH. F01I&JTU8 REID, tention". Lvs CeTtngloa tMpsa Btantorit, - DENTIST, - IContuolcy aEk Oovlngton. ' Falmouth.... " Cynthlina. . Arr. l'arls " Lealngton.., Lve. 10 t S am It I III! 10 45 111 n pre 4 IS p n supm s is pis miiu m' , llnnl S 10 pal pu . "Sun , I U4-ly- r.l 1'rtU-lden- in,,,,., . . above-name- lpnS30am "sun oa DiaECTOIWi Fel.lTlhlJS7. MJ-lm- . m J. M. UiaGIMBOTUAM, JOEL J, WALKEB, LEWIS V. LEAVELL, J. W.L05AN, J B.JOHN80K, L. F. HUDBLB, T. M. ARSOLD, B. O.MULLINH. JOi. 81MPJO.V, s a a o Arr MHUrsbarg... " Carlisle pfJln,", essesse, 7"ssa IS a m S SO SB " " Jhoon Majsvllle. UOCTU-BOP'V- Vilin iMpn 10 7 40 pa k Dallr Pally Fx. Bun. Et. baa S Km 13 13 pm 0 S7 a m 1 sv p m 7 23a m 4 a m 2 30 S 10a m S 15 pm 9 OS a in 4 10 p II SOa m 5 00 p m 40 a m B 44 01 a m 6 08 pm BMpsn pti pa Keisi K0TJ4" OFJPICEnSi J. 11. d 3 a O Lve Msysvllle... HIGGINBOrnAW.HUviT. LEWIS V. LEAVELL, J. P. 3AXDIFER, CA8HIE1'., B. F. 1IUD30N, TELLER. i a I if 9 o O " Carlisle. " MHlersburg Arr Prl ... . ... " Leilngton...... " Covington ... Chester, " Johmon. ...... a StSpra pa a P If you aroRolnC to any point WEST, NORTH WEST or SOUTHWEST, talco the) Q c K m P H H Kots. Trains 3 and 4 ara dallr between Wle. Lexington and Clnclunatl, other tralai arxdallr eacpt Sunday. Dtnart conn. ctlons are mule at Winchester wlta Ics. 0 Pf O. & M. (Ohio & 01 O t a Cbesapeako A Ohio lor Mt. Hterllng, Aihlaod Huntfnglon, Charleiton, W. Va and Kaitern clt. !I-,.n- V - Holld Trains, with I'ullmsn Bleeping ? n Mississippi Hallway ci: i o S & s This Unarm Two Dally Express Trains arriving :n tit. Louis hours In advauci ol other llnra, and giving our pawengers first rbolca of seats In trains ol conceding ilnrs In Uulon Dopot, HI. Louis, fjr all polms rt'est, Knulh west and Northwest with W -- a a Us o a & 4 HeellnlnK Ohalr Parlor Cars and Now Emigrant looping Cars a z IP Washington, It. C. Through tickets and baggage checked to destination reached by a railroad. For tull particulars, call on any agent ol lh companyor B K. II. MOIWE, I). A.FEELEY, (len.l'ass. Agent, Trav. l'aaa. Agsnt, Cutlngtos, Ky. Iilmrt.in II tlnclnnatl and Itlchmoud, Va., and and '" 1 Cars btwe3 WlnchesMt Winchester ac E.llUNTlKUTI)N'ltecelrer. ' r, (leneral um era, Covington, Ky. mrFi'ec of Clin rice. o o o NEWPORT HEWS I MISSISSIPPI VALLSV NOW IS THE TIME. In the West, Northwest or Southwest. The Richest Farming snd (Irszlng Land In the World maj be bad at from JJUO to fl.uO per acre on long time and at low Interest. This land will raise double the nnmber ot bushels of corn or wheat to tbo acre that cin be produced In this section, and with much less latwr, The price ot land Isiteadllr advanc'ng. It trill swi't-i- - bv. and It Is cercheaper thnn tain to prove a good Investment to every purchaser. To purchaio a Farm THE o CHESAPEAKE & OHIO BOUTt a a Kuu.uckj'M ICoiKo roa . EHMt ntti'ceitp Gr-TT-H- ST-S Wnahington, Philadolphla and Now York. The only line running Hound-Tri- p Tickets, Oood 40 Says Fro-doa- At Low Excursion Katrs to Neosho, Mo.; Florence, Abilene, Independence. Baxter tiprlngs, Reoce.lioltou, Council (ircve, Kingman, Lenora, Uberlln and tJeneea, Kansas; Columbus, (J rani li.land, Lincoln and Valentine, Nob.; Ozard, Ark Palestine, Ban Antonio, Tarlor, Wichita Falls. Waco, Lanpisei, Balrd, Albany and Midland, Texas. Slop-ovc- SI.NfiLV IttltUKLHIOT (ll'.V, " " DOUBLE SI5nLKllItrKCII I.01I1KK, ' DUUI1LE " " $2.00 5.00 4.00 10.00 PULLMAN' NEW SLELPINU VXKa AXD Trices on other goods Is proportion. PARKER, SMITH VXi fc Illustrated Catalogue and Price List lent JlOtlKli TO NHOOT VL.UHK. Free. OTHER QDNS Louisville, Oinobnati A SOLID TRAIN raoif & to Washington Oity, Lexington. Ky. r Privileges will bo Allowfd J. C. BANDLE & SON, To examine the Lands and Country. Knl,., It Purchwereof Land wltlhave the Price of their Tickets refunded, Extension Round. trip Tick-et- a at Low rates lo many other points may bo seemed at Buttons to which jou purchase tickets. II you Think or MovIur Wetst Call on my of our agents who will promptly answer all Inquiries and furnish valuable inforna-lio- n In regard to price of Landa,,'cct., homestead laws In any of the Western and b'utei. Will c ill on jou al your homes If desired, EI Wrlonlbtln IjJrini Cheslal JWOcarsalMS not Ml xStrlcurt. " ZW Cs. Vi to a DATS. otrr blilttntilufiai.a,k. able, oraarrkl youf Ii at Ihrlteu rcmt.tr known to ui I tt tnarrhr n.l olttt. Wchars sold conillif. werdliltyr in.lln The Direct Koiite to Lynchburg, Danville, Norlolk and all Vlwlnl and North Carolina 1'olnU. .. For tlcketa and fnrtltAr lnfA..iA. youi nearest ticket offlce or address W.' W. Moa Past Trains for Now York, Connecting In the same depot with ., Alcett A SolJI IJ4W, Cloolnnatl.MHBkl llujKn.K. r. 2d Vice President. ouoM Oen'J Paii'r Ag'l Loulivllle, Ky. riU r Pruffiiti. Jl.Ol). PENNYROYAL PSLLS foVwJiabi.'i'.1 furnish tickets to any point, have your freight lilSJa F UUFifBlAK. and household go xls shipped at lowest .rutis, and attend peraonsliy to cuuikiDir your baggage and seeing you comfortably stirted oq your Journey. Uemember tbat this miHUIice ii ruodernil free of 8TANFOKD, EY. charge. C. W. I'ABIS. Cent. Fasseoger Agent, IS W. ittist., Cincinnati, llQoe riouth side Main Street, t " Uci.11 b JOHN F. BARNARD, W.B.SHATrUC, low the Myers Hotel. (Jen. Pais. Aj'i, 'ij Fres. and Ucn'l Man'gr, Vure Nitrous Oxide (in sduilnUt'O.' 0. Cltitlunitl, te rcl. WOUOEON DENTIH'I W "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." II10 OrlKlnl nml " H oyHhlfs i.,nc. iRK'iSKSSl' Z"n ".' tnlutlis. K SBISIUiHauMnquartHl'hllada.,!1 A.i for 'I'hlra,, 'i For sale by Dr. M.I.. BOURNE, SUMti m 1