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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887031101 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. mwx VOL. XVI. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, ill LONDON, LAUREL titefiof mtfiuri. 11, 1887. WM. AYHM. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH COUNTS HUSTONVILLE, -- NO. 210. JAS.O.aiYKHS, LINCOLN COUNTY. Hour Public. The many friends ot G. W. Rf an are Six other families left this county for Mrs. J. W. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, cheered this morning with a more hopelul MlMouri during the week. iBSftft;aV3 & waa the guest of friends here this week. Rebecca J., mother of Wm. R. Minks, Our friend, Mr. F. A. Jones, ol Kings- report of his condition. Mrs. WeUierford amt Frltlnv VubUthnl Tuctlnv AT of this county, has been granted a pension. ton, has been appointed a storekeeper and is not any better, Llize Bogle has been kx 341 Fifth Street, James I. While secured the contract to gnuger and ia now on duty at the distillery brought home from Djnville and is im vZ-.-S3 .fl ?M. proving steadily. Lillie Dunn haa been furnish tlid stone to be used in the jail of Young Brothers, this county. IiOUIBVIXiLE, . . ICY. V-I.I'. wlltl ex- building. understood If wecredlt that ll.M sick some days, symptoms of pneumonia. Rooms 3 and 5, Cromte Dlock. (IM-lj.- ) Rev. Green Clay Smith will commence pected and demanded. J. W. Kirby, an extensive dealer and a series of Hirelings, under the auspices of Mr. Lucinda Cupenter, who hais been conshipper of geese, was in town Tuesday with the Baptist brethren, at the Methodist fined to her bed for months, Is able to ait PEARSON & CLARK, W. P. WALTON- another cargo of those fowls of broad un- church, in this place,, on next Monday even- up and ia cheerful. Very little is being done in orJinary derstanding. ing. &.'ur 'ywi- - -- sv3 F. L. Thompion wires us from Louis-vil- h Dr. Scales and a number of other par- country traffic. John Allen shipped to JOHNBLAIN, ESQ. that he has bought the largest Block of ties put in the day Tuesday chasing the Cincinnati Wednesday a car load of hogs, mh. M LEXINGTON, KY. The (oIIow'idr resolution was adopted by goods ever brought to Mt. Vernon. See blood curdling voice supposed to belong to bought of J. P. Rifle at 5 cents. Small 1,000-pouMonday, iMch 7ih, bis "ad" next week. cattle made at 3 theduntv Court on n panther, wolf, or some other voracious sales of fair, 12 & XI "West IVInln 9 centc The trade in calves is lively and 18S7, nnd ordered to be epread upon ltd Marshal Proctor arrested Wm. Burke "varmint." No catch. record book mid published in the Ikteiii on n writ from Laurel charging him with We learn that our own J. W. Mullins prices good. Given & Hunn are Retting 1 Ol moonshining or eomething eimilu. The has been awarded the contract for building up a lot of eheep, but, when doga are bo nu on Jouumai.: Sale Bargain. County, prisoner wns taken to London Thurtdav. the jail of Rockcastle county. It may be aierou, this enterprise is rather precarious. The Countr Court of Lincoln I oTer lor sle prlrately in Stanford, Ky., a very composed ol ite preildinj jud(e nod jutticeii Marshal Proctor arrested Joe Cotlon, remarked In passing that John Wesley it Green has a safer thing in the purchase cf dnlrablo residence w Ith toten romj nnl porch-Wel- l incomtnl(uion,deirelo put upon record Tuesday, on n writ from Manchester. He "haired" to beat on work of this char wool, aud can snap hia fingers at the ca of water at tbo door, atabte, tmoko bonrs , Ac. About nn acre of ground In the lot. For the Court' appreciation of the official char- is charged with carrying concealed weapons acter. nines. Corn is rating now at $2 50 at the termt, Ac, apply to 11. . AhFOIlD, lack guarantee to give sjtlsfictloa. Tfa acter and eervlce of Mr. John Wain, to long and shooting in the above town. The mar103- Samebidy Is responsible for a consid- farm. We have bad a boom in scrap iron Agent for J. It. Allord. the cleik of thi court, nnd whose term ex- shal started with the prisoner Thursday for erable blunder in J. W. Jones' nomination and bones, which raged eo furiously we ijovrix o. rox pired durinc the fall of the lait year. Clay county. of Ingalls for President. Mr. Jones (who Were compelled to rmard our cnnttlno I W. B. DOWHTOH. fo the office of Mr. Wain wan first elected At tho residence of the bride's fatLeri still persists sgainet being called colonel), atoves and it waa not esfe for a thin man to county ooutt clerk in the year 1S70 and M. J. Cook, at Pleasant Valley, this coun- was gushing over Ingalls' sentence, "There appear on the atreet. Tuesday was bright and beautiful, and LIVERY held the office continuously to the period of ty, Mr. J. F. Hall was married to Mrs. Ma- aro few Americana who do not regret Wahie voluntary retirement. His integrity in ry Hackney on Wednesday last. The terloo." thla with Tuesday's the trade in garden eeeds exhibited consid- SALE AND FEED STABLES Compare Hi effi couple took the noon train on the same edition and the ioke will be apparent, if erable activity. The regular rain, howevoffice was conceded by all men The Photographer, N. V. Cor. Mala and Fourth Streets, er, set in at night and vindicated itself trl ciency merits the highest enconlums. His day lor EJdyyillr, their future home, not transparent. We spoke in our last report of n little exactitude, his pitientinduitry, his methoi, Two men, two boys and two women, umphantly. We are at thia time about one DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. - his fidelity, all combined to make b!m one di (Terence between Mr Houk and Judge the names of whom we have not, were on at the best watered inland villages on the New Stable, New Uorwt, New Vehicles. Spethe State of Ken- Colyer. We have been told since that it triil here Tuesday for Ireapass and injury continent. Beautiful Iakeleta sparkle in among the bent clerks in 206-l- t. cial attention to Commercial Mel. tucky. With sincere regret Ihls Court eev was on nnother antler they were speaking, to property, tearing down the chimney and our gardene; gushing fountains epout and ers oflkial connection with Mr. Main, and when they grew warm over the subject, and otherwise assaulting the house of Thomas gurgle in our door yards and mimic torMado individually awure him of their best wishthat they wete not near the point of com- Williams, an old Irishman at East Bern-etsd- t, rents rueh along or across our aidewalka. A es for his future prosperity and happiness. ing to blows. Judge Lickhart and Squire Lemon Meet of boats are disporting on the classic O. II. Cooren, C. L. U. The contract for building the A copy Teite. here sittine. The boys were discharged, the waters of the Hanging Fork, and Jim I am dallr opening an elegant line ol Fall Millinery, Including all was awarded to J. W. Mullins, of London, women and men held In $100 each, the Goode, in full nautical attire, well repre COUNTY. WAYnYsBURoJjNCOLN eents the gondolier of the poetic Venice. If The Latest Noveltiss of the Seaton. We have not the official figures on it but men giving bail, the women going to jail. The firm of Goocb llros., here are lay- understand the cost is to be about $7,500. The republican county convention has prohibition mer ns the prevalence of cold Alto Notions, inch aa Handkerchief!. Collars ing io a large supply of dry goods, grocer Mr. M. says he Is going to put up the best not as yet been called for Laurel county, water, we are enjoying it to the full, Some and CuQJi, Itucblng, ConiU, Buttles, etc. Yoq will And me at the rooms lately racated by Sminotions, Ac ail in the mountains. Work will be combut several of the most prominent mem- of our pious pople are looking out anx- ley A Warren, next door to the Mye'n Iloute. KATE ItVIiDKUAR. The many that bav been making cross menced next week and pushed to comple- bers of that grand old corpse, the republiiously for aome symptom cf a rainbow to ties here were midejglad the other Jday by tion. fortify the assurance that we shall not witcan party, as we understand, are opposed WOOD WALLACE. WATT COCUIAN. the inspector comiog round and taking Mr. Zimmerman, of the Chesapeake to inrtructiens for governor. Shadea of the ness another deluge. them up. There were comparatively very and Nashville, has increased the protpec-tiv- o immortal Casiiua Marcellua Clay, if not fiJ. B. Green haa ebown me a COCHRAN, few culls, teller written by hia grandfather, points, for the terminus of his road nally rtnd everlastingly too late, haste ye with a Mn Silas Williams is down GENTS' FURNISHERS, to five, with the same old saying, "the here! Ah, there, Billy 0'BradIcy, etay Liberty Green, and dated at Frankfort CI Cald-wel- l, combination of diseases. Mrs E. B. years ago. The old gentleman had just place that pays the most secures the road." there! SI3, 4th Street, Jr., is confined to ber bed also. Mre Why don't they run in into hole and be The inauguration of the night mail reached the capital, as representative of - - Husan Huston Is verv low with cancer of dona with it, thereby giving a long suffereystem has brought on quite a lively con Green county, and is giving his wife au actest over the meaeerjftcr service from the count of the incidents of the journey, hit the breast. ing people a much needed rest Kv. Cook, thell iptlit Missionary to Qen. Buckner would have been glad poitoffice to the railroad station, some 20 or accommodations in the city, hia first im lectured here last Sunday week, to have called on his Laurel friends but he 25 bids going In ou the service, which the pressions of Frankfort and hia hopes and Africa, We are opening the m ost carefully telecteJths tilling of his mission among the heathens. had an engagement in Louisville. He was present carrier has decided to abandon, fears aa to the great questions to be confi nest and best slock of The blind orator, C. S. Hodman, gate a here but a few hourt; in fact he did not haying given the'postoflice department the sidered during the eeasion. While there ia MT. VEBNON, KY. PIANOS AND ORGANS temperance lecture here on Thursday eight know he was coming to this place when he required notice of his intention. The man a candor, simplicity and honest solicitude bust-nesHotel It still main- Crer brought to this city. Every instrument' it Thit old and who gets it, it ia aafe to presume, will not for the common good, which ia refreshing, last. He certainly i fitted up for the did an hour before he started, lit came taining 1U fine reputation. Charges reasonable. the pride of an artitt aud prloet range from lOito over from Lancaster to Stanford and find- get rich thla evening; aome other evening, breathing throughout the epistle, there ia Special attention to the traveling public. 25 percent, lower t nan other dealers ask for the pastor elect of ing he bad half a day to spare ran down perhaps. same goods. Persons ot musical and art culture Rst. V. H. Maxey, the still sufficient evidence thatihen aa now, it JT. JP. XEircOMB, Pro'r, are Invited to an Inspection of tbe beautiful, cultiti-t-m Mt. Vernon, Ky. and wife bare mored into here. one acquainted, as wai the writer, would have been very rashness for any To the church here, vated, refined tone and artist designs ot these celebrated instruments: our town and hare put in their letters of "Have you teen the Interior. Jour- with the many sterling qualities of head man to predict the fate of any measure proI!ro. Maxey is a young nal?" This inquiry could be heard on many and heart poowtted in such an eminent demembership. Kunbc, tbo Fa The World-renouuc- d posed. The trip waa made on horseback MACE BRUCE'd tt preacher and has not ben ordained yet, of the street corners Tutsday evening after gree by the Hon. Joseph Gardner, the news and alone (evidently a young horse, for the tnoas Decker & Son, tbe Fovnlar will pat an examination on Bunday. mall lime, between the Iader't patrons and of hra sudden death at Frankfort can not writer naively remarks, "I had no company Reliable Nevr England bat aud Buggy & Implement House. Pianos, tbe the 20th, and if evidence is given of his many others here. On reading Mr, Craft's but fall as a deep personal sorrow, u well but the colt.") The first day brought him qualification for the pastoral care, then he declaration of hia intention of resurrecting as a public calamity. A man of untiring to Perryville; on the third morning he was The Celebrated (Hough and Warren and will b ordatnod on the same day and will the Isadcr each was anxious to let hia energy and perseverance, honest, sturdy and at his destination. The most remarkable I have now the John Ohurch ft Oo. Organs. administer the ordinance of baptism to sev- neighbor know of it. Ojr people are glad cspable, once elected representative and feature, aa coming from a member of the Please communicate with ui for catalogues, term A Full Lino of Whoat Drills and eral candidates who ha7e joinod thechurch to know they will again have a democratic twice to the Senate, of hia native State, he legislature, ia the spirit of simple pietv nd price. othor Agricultural Implomonts, S. It. Jb Jj. J. COOIl, Special Aftf, preaching. under the influence of his mountain paper, and more particularly on had, by hia devoted and efficient service, gushing in aimoat every sentence. I love Stanford, Ky. Or ROSE B. RICHARD, -- Betide a won for himself an abiding place in the these old memoriala of a former, a simpler Items Fiiom Katt Berntait. The account of its going to be run by that ster- hearta of bis people, who, when the final A. R. Fenny, Mrs. E. M. CarpenReference!: and, I fully believe, a betterage. They fall Line ot Baggies and Wagoni ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Mooro and Jamet beat-lefirm of Robinson ft Co. have sold out their ling gentleman who has been working with aummocs came, were pressing his claims present a aubject well worthy of study; and Stanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchfor the last two years. Uul-maentire stock of goods to Mr. James Thomp and for them Always on hand. In connection with my Im- - ard; Gen. W. J. Landram and Mlsa Llnle 133-lLancaster, Ky. Miss Anna Erans was a delegate from for the second highest office within the gift a contrast not particularly flattering to our son, W.H.Thompson A Co. will put up ; piemeni nutinou, i win alto carry a of the people of a State. How ead it is boaaled modern civilization. a new store at Pittsburg soon. J. H. Mul-lia- thla place to the Good Templars Conven Complete Stock or Lumber, week. Max that a life of such usefulness and eo full of of the Star Coal Company, will leave tlon held at Harrodsburg this RELIGIOUS. Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything ai Monday to attend the promise should so soon be swallowed up in here after March 31, and is talking of trav- Heiuian was here burial of Mrs. Poynter. Little Coun Brown the darkness of death. C P. Williamson is holding a pro Eld Low ns any oiie. eling in the iewelry busine'. Mr. Wiley Ail honor to David N. William, of traded meeting at Winchester. Young, who slays at Tncle Jell Pitman's, has been very sick but is much belter. He Iiolldt aihareof your.'pstronaje, Itetpectfully, dear old Kjckcaatli! He haa his ideas WedLouisville & Nashville U. R, Elder J. O. Livingston will preach at nave he stw a "uhosli" a few nights ago in was taken to Stanford br bis mother I. 31. HHVCE. nesday to eee Dr. Bailey. W. C Cumminc, about things and never fails to blurt them Sugar Grove next Sunday at 11 o'clock. hia room. It wee in the shape of a man TUB ORK1T Weal. He out in his own honest way. Harris certain A revival at the Eiat Baptist church. with white clothes on, and a large black of Maretburg, arrived from the ly has reason to be proud of auch a defendLouisville, R:v. Bagby paptor, has resulted shield over its breat. Mr. D W. Conger bought Home Und in Kansas, but says THROUGH TRUNK Wiler, aid may the good Lord bless his old in 2d additions. ! . will start up the old Buckeye coal mines in Rockcastle is good enough for him. say we! What's the matter of Bend-in- :: soul, TO THX The revival in the Walnut Street Bap It will come out under the liam Weaver and his four children arrived a few day. him to the legislature from this nnd tist church, in Louisville, conducted by Valuable Real Estate and Store J. C. Conn, from Kanras last week. Mrs. Weaver died Coal Ca.-- Mr. style of the Lily Booms. ei'ler Rjrltcs'tU? Nj more honest, capa- Rev. Fred Hale, closed with 03 additions. Oeorpe Oaeni and John W. Mullins, of Al there a short time since, be found, ble and worthy gentleman can At Executor ol Lewit V. Philips, dee'd, I ofler The Lebanon Baptist church ha purof Wild- tainont, visited the battle-groun- d mni Anxious daughter -"- Mother, did pjjin and if it's In order we beg to place in for tale, on easy terms, the following real estate in n chased the Lventhal Academy property and near the growing town ot Lancaster, Garrard a pleasanU have his salary increased when he was marCat list Sunday and reported for legislative honors the name of Rnd will county, Kentucky: Standard. Pullman Palace Sleepers, uie it a a parsonage. trip and lots of fun. on Public Square ol said One Brick Store-rooried?" Proud matron "No, wy child." Hon. David N Williami, of Rjckcastle room. The Southern Baptist Convention will town, now used as a money saved "i don't suppose he had any One frame Btoro-rooon the Public Square, now lioutavilie county, Both Liurel and Rjckcutlo gave At McKillop, Can , a few days ago a up, did be?" ''Not a penny; he spent Ml democratic majorities last November and meet at Louisville May G'.h. It has been used as a (trolly grocery room, Street, near Pubto nshviMc, s Two on Richmond young mare gave b rth to three colts. 1G years since thia great body met in that Meinpliiii, lic Square, one now used as a Millinery Store, tbt he earned." ''Did you get along comforta- there U no use in repining. Let'a be up Mary Murphy, of St. Louie is Mrs. otber as an Undertaking establishment. With AtlMIUil, bly?" "We were very happy." "Well, and doing and contest every inch of ground city. this block will be sold It desired a lot of ground tlon (gout cry, now cutting her wisdom teeth at one hunRev. J. W. Hughe, of the Methodist adjoining. you know George hasn't been able to save a for that which rightfully balongs to us and One farm with house and other nrcesary Lllllo Kot'k. dred year. Church, ia holding a revival at Millers- "See here, if that poverty never fast the bold, bad threats of the enethe Uzlngton Turnpike. 3 mllrs cent, but- -" mobile ami ew Orleans. Louisiana rUiui the largest farm in ofl3T bur, and 20 conversions bad resulted to irom Lancaster, 140 acres,seres. miles from Lancaster, stricken fellow iliaren to show his face here my. Do we hear a second? 3 One Farm ol the world. It comprises 1,500.000 acres ol again last report. near the Lexington Pike, unimproved, with house I'll get your father to kick him out." Only one change to paint In outbuildings. land andawamp. Including the colored converts, Ihero was and necessaryunimproved, S miles from Lancaster, C. R. Turner, of Millersburg, Bold a One farm, passed a bill to The Michigan Home the A "Pocket Veto." Bills pawed by jick to a Dakota man for $1, an average of one eoul saved in Louisville Ky;, onalso aLexington Turnpike of 73 acres. Creek, tract of M acrca on Gilbert's And pay one cent a head for the destruction of Consreis after the beginning of the last ten Couevery seventeen minutes laat week. 4 miles from Lancaster. about 100. Ai executor, I desire to tell all thit property. signaEnglish sparrows, days of the scaibn mint receive the The new postal train to be put on Sat- rier Journal. I am empowered by the will to make deeds to It, The syndicate which bought the prop- ture of the President or, they die; but thoae urday night wilt be the fastest in America, A lot of Mr. Baecher'a ministerial A fine chance Is now ottered to those desiring Investments. Beektng hornet on the line of this roal will recelvi Cleveland's residence is passed prior to that time become laws running from Jersey City to Kaniaa City, a brethren in Chicago refused Mrs. Beecber hornet or particulars address my erty for President special rate. Attorney, H. T. For lull Noel, Lancaster, Ky.. or the undersigned at StanW3ee Agenta of tbl Company lor rate, route nnd has Bold 103 arrej near hia without the signature of the President, un distance of 1.34S miles, in forty hours. in luck, their sympathy because her dying husband ford, Ky. Ac, or write si. maosion, which cost $32,000, for $75,000. Executor. C. P. AfMORE, O. P.&T.A.. less he veto them within ten daya follow-in- Q The British steamer Ejypt waa wreck' repudiated the idea of a material bell. "Ob, Louisville, Ky, The resolution to submit to the peotheir passige, The River and Ilirbar ed in mid ocean by a hurricane on March for the rarity of Christian charity." Island a constitutional bill passed the early part of thli week and 3. The officers aud crew were eaved; $53,-0- 00 ple ol Rhode Rev. C. C. Green will preach at Hall's amendment providing for woman suffrage, instead of aisinlnsr. It the President pocketworth of grain went down with her. Gap next Saturday and Sunday and asks wan concurred In by the Houa e by a vote of ed it. The Treasury Department ia informed a full attendance at the Saturday meeting 52 to 7. The Msslutiona proposing a con. A Boston can on the ttted Montreal that many of the trade dollars presented especially for the transaction of important alitutlonal amendment repealing the lately train ran Iuto a inloon to take a drink and for redemption at New York have been businew. adopted prohibitory article, was indefinite de.H&&il The National Conyention of School returned to the elation just in time to pee split and filled bo skillfully ai to aimoat aW'BKSHKwi'CW ly postponed. Superintendents ia to be held at Washing the rear end of the train as it passed out of fy detection. "Vs Simon Bhea, a member of the Knighta ton, D. C, on March 15, 16 vnd 17 and all This Is why they called him Hickory: In the railroad yard. A few hour later his isl3, at an outbreak of hostilities with the car plunged into White river And did of Libor, ia announced ai a candidate for who feel a thorough intereat in the work are opposition invited. Reduced hotel faro and one cent Creek Indians, Geturl Jackson raised a that man go down on hia knees and awear the Legislature in Lexington in to Judge Mulligan, the democratic nom- per mile returning .will given to those Tolunleer force of 2,000 or 3,000 men nnd never to take another drop? Not so, He bearing certificates of attendance. defeated ti.e Creeks. When destitute of took another driuk and went back to B.s'on inee. Kansas City Times. In Franklin. Ind., three revivals have he set an example of herolo en- rejoicing supplies I don'd vas no hybocrltter. Deer peeu 1. The Chrisdurance to his sjlJie- - by feeding on hick in der blple been running since January The around hog not seeing hia shadow doo many feller like dot feller tian church enrolled in that time 1235 mem s. Eisler coming April 10, frogs yelling in in vhat don'd vaa like odder fellers, und Methodists 209 and the lhptisla Oitt sav he vaa wuwter efen ai a republi- ber, the get blger and January and thunder and lightning in Trie big guns of Europe 101. The colored cburcbe; have added are all suggestive of green peas the can vhot achtaul und knock himsellef der bigger. The latent is a British 11 ton total conversions in petty on und ay "Qott haf aome mercy mtt about 50, making the OalHpolH BullegyDwIer that can ewallow n big black 000 second week In May. 10 weeka 805. tin pound pill of powder iu a dingle dme. AYRES GIVENS, ATTORNEYS LAW. lJ3IlANNUM,OAaH. ..IU vv uumnmi CREAM MM ll 4ftfoC& Wholesale Grocers 203-C- aw nd Street. LEXINGTONKY, For at a md l;& DOW2NTON & rOX, JB. H. FOX, - Danville, Frames Ky. to Order. jil PIANOS ! i, 162-2- m time-atain- ed WALLACES, LOUISVILLE, 19C-2- KY. NEWCOMB HOTEL well-kno- Et-ere- pott-offic- e. s, L.&N. 112-l- FOR 8 JJLE LINE SOUTH & WEST notu-natio- dry-goo- Store-room- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 200-3D- j. ruii.irs. Wall Paper, "'at', Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. orj-aul- Feb-itiar- Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. aur-ffTerrS- midt. B. K. WEAKEN, mi vW 4faiMMf.Aiy- tm U fciftWvttk -- x-. i r-- .i: tv iiiiinriq' .. r ., -- ry,,,,,. - ;- - iw w r.rrg.aafcfcgusa. 1 " .' .w .,. feKWiW.a'fJii'4lWji,W'HfJ'"'T'rl""1" miijiiiiiii 'JlJSjJA,;1 .uihu ii uyimtii i,iW, n m 'r-i- - . !! y'i 'i..it-.H- I'liirilWW MMW1 c. mil in li '51 1 .!. Diamond, Ohio River ran down a Bkiff in which were eix negroes, ctpsklng it and all, were drowned, Mrs. Burch, widow of tbe deceased postmaster at Georgetown, has bean ap pointed to fill the vacancy by the president. Mrs. David Wilson, of Bourbon, shot herself because of the unfaithfulness of her husband, when she ought to have shot aal Stanford, Ky., March 11, 1887 W. P. WALTON. of the age, if not the moat ecapulouslf piauiJi breathed his last at his home in Biooklyn, at 9.30 on The preatest pulpit orator Tuesday morning, unconscioua and without apparent eu Bering, surrounded by his family and friend. Henry Ward Beecher was possessed of a c'ganlic mindand but for his eensuousbody and a desire' to run after etraigeRods, his lifo might hate been a greater biasing to his fellows. In his latter years he boldly declared the theory of evolntlon and utterly repudiated the old idea of hell. Mr. Beecher was barn in Connecticut in 1813 and was a son of the celebrated preacher Lyman Bjecher. He had two brothers who were prominent preachers and authors and a sister, Mrs. Harriet Beecher Btowe, who wrote Uncle Tom'o Cabin. He graduated from Amherst College in 1834 and studied theology at Lare Seminary . His first pastoial work was at L&wrcnceburg, Indiana, from whence he went to Indianapolis to take charge of a church. In 1847 he received a call from the new Congregationalist organization of Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, and accepting it, ho soon built up the largest congregation in America. He believed that re ligion was the practical rule of life and neyer hesitated to dUcuss from the pulpit tho social and political questions of the day. He wne the author of many interest-In- g books, including a novel, which was yery popular, and since 1870 has edited the 'Christian Union. At the time of his death was engaged on a Lifo of Christ, which tirnmiped to be of creat interest. A mem ber of bis congregation dying recently, left a will bequeathing a fund for a statue of Mr. Beecher and a plaster of paris cast of His his faca has been taken aincs death at Greenwood remain) wer3 buried Cemetery, in which a lot had already been donated or the use of his family. H I Hi VI te: I'll Ii f" A child perfectly formed weighed 10 ounces and with arms and legs o ana 4 inches long was born at Uilcs, Ind , and is still living. Judge Samuel Treat haa retired from the U. 8. Court Bench of the Eastern District of Missouri, after thirty years of judi cial service. The total appropriations by the 49lh Congress exclusive of the river and harbor 4 were a tirade bill, which did not become law, Falcon is out in another 30. this time directed at the head of the Con War against tho saloons at Ellsworth, District, He claims gressman from the 8tb III., has been declared, and one shop was that the people of Nicholaaville are up in raided by women, and all the liquor in it arms and swearing eternal damnation poured into the street. against him bscause ho has had a republi Lydia McCarty, aged 46 years, of Fair-viecan re appointed postmaster at that place. had her trousseau all prepared and We do not know anything abont tho merits was going to marry Samuel Dickens. The of the case, but we do know one thing, that brute went back on her, she fainted, it is not a reappointment. Mrs. Letcher is never rallied and soon died. the retiring postmaster, and io that particuIt is asserted that the Bulgarian rebels lar Falcon is undoubtedly wrong. Gov. were put to death by the knout, not one beMcCreary is not tho man to have republi- ing shot. Several victims of the terrible cans appointed and we shall not believe administered aro still alive. that he has varied from his rule to turn the Richard Robertson, the prominent law rascals out, until a better witness than Fal yer of Franklin,' who went to Tennessee in Tbe lollowloft parsgrsphi, wiling lorth tome of con, who seems to want to take a crack at pursuit of his eloping daughter, and her the good IhlBjtkrpt t7 creation, is presented. lover, Kline, discovered the pair and in a The other evening when Congressman quarrel killed his son By an accident on the Thlrdaytnue-elevate- d Cox, who has been boarding at the Rigss road in New York Patrick Mat Washington, for six years, went to House, hU dinner he found a big, buck gentleman ihews and three unknown men were killed ClKOOKlt, of Africa 'scent Bested thereat and going for and eight others dangerourly wounded. There were 2,000 deeds for the transthe good things. It was more than he could MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. so repairing to the office he asked fer of real estate recorded during January stand, for his bill, paid it and had his trunks re and February in Chattanooga, the value of White dJ Yellow Ontoo Seti a!rcJr In stock. moved to Wormley's, a hotel kept ny ne- property represented being $6,313,633. it, Tom Bridges, a negro, of Camp NelBulk and ptir Garden ftstd tn t red Tirltly. groes, but who, as Mr. Cjx expresses son, was found guilty of a charge of being know their places. Hot Sct nj Sour Tlcklei, Tomato Catsip the father of child by his own daughter, and I'repirtd Mallard. Judge Fox is too sanguine by several. That diabolical conglomeration of mar and sent to the penitentsary for six years. An excellent election of Uigcr Nhlpt lately he receiyed 39,000 votes when he plots, the Indiana Legislature, haa adjournBecause Mrs. Mattie Brown, of considerable lo rectlred. uten ran against Treasurer Dick Tate, whom ed, and spittoons and other disgusting cal fame as a writer In Louisville, took an There Is Dot a belter selection ol Caaatd floods everybody knew would be elected anywayi ails of warfare in that degenerate State overdose of morphine and died. She was to be found thin mine. and was by 67,500 majority, he thinks he is have resumed their normal sphere: But In child-be- d and it had been forbidden her DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT T. Let me Inilit on your trying my l'reterfes and electing good this time for 55,000. The fadge does for the Bingie redeeming feature of by the physician. Jams. Tbey are equal to raising a "ruction" Bloody Shirt HarDennis Caldwell for not takeinto consideration the further fact a democrat to to bucceed The worst boys Garrard county has Four-- , flTe- - indalz gallon Cedar Chirai at very body in jail Tuesday night. that there was some dissatisfaction in the rison in the United States Benate, the Best boys. One of in hisrfamtly was put yet turned out are the low price. Policeman G. T Helm talks ol resignparty over the manner of Mr. Tate's nomi- would deserve nothing but execrations, their latest playful pranks waa to break up Coal Vain and IlKkete at cost. ing and going Into buslnesa at Junction which was considered Irregular and which the republican wing receives and a singing school and wound five men. nation, T.R. WALTON. City. not binding on the party. Prohibition is a merits anyway. Louisville Commercial. F. W. nandman shipped to Boston Mark Iltrdln, late of Montlcello, Clerk growing sentiment in this State as well as in the whisky trade is The latest trick Mb. D. C. Lyle, who has shown himself 21 barrels of eggs, each barrel elsewhere, but we can't believothat bo great stave opposite the bung Wednesday to be too good a newspapsr man to quit the the thinning of the containing 70 dozen. a number of people ai tho judge estimates measurement of the field, has sold the Clark County Dtmocrat hole, so that the Malcom Gregory was before ths police will deliberately walk np and throw away two gallons makes an error of about tnhUhrothsr. M. C.L?le. for $6,000 it is court this morning charged with a breach their votes. of the seller. said, and Bruce Champ says that hereafter to each barrel In favor of the peart; trial not concluded. The Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Thbbe will be 1,180 votes in the Repub- it will be run as a Backner organ. License for the marriage of Miss Ann grading railroad has let the contract for the lican State Convention and It will require daughter of Dr. George meeting There will be an Educational jxj., u Catherine Hunn, City, on the line Irom wesi 591 to insure a nomination. Of this numto Mr. Jacob T. of the counHunn, of Shelby for the 8ih District, (consisting Stephensport, Ky. By the 1st of April 300 ber Billy O'Bradley, the "battle scared" Rose, of Mercer county, was issued on the Lincoln, Garrard, Mercer, men will be at work on the section. ties of Biyle, veteran, sometimes called colonel as a Pulaski, Casey and Wayne). In Danville, The baggage, mail, expreea and emok-in- g 7thinst. to his monumental vanity, has 377 tickler The remains of Mrs. Fannie E Hos-kin- s, Saturday, March 26tb: Mrs. 8. F. H. Tarcars of the Texas express, on the Iron and the prospect of easily getting 600. The wife of Col. William A. noskios, who will preside. rant, Mountain Railroad, were thrown through other 91 may bo exceedingly hard to died at Sweetwater, Tenn , will arrive on but we have an abiding faith in the Cleveland will round up a half centu- a trestle Into a flooded creek, near DeSoto, this evening's train and will be interred in son of destiny, who long since ry of his existence on the 18th. May he Mo., and strange to say, no lives were lost. tbe cemetery. News comes from Virginia that "Old opened the beet vein he bad and let out the live to double that and continue to grow A pleasant entertainment given by of that finest blood ho ever carried, even if it was a and increase as he now is in the hearts of Extra Billy" Smith, twice governor Miss Mary Robertson to Miss Effie Cropper, State, has been stricken with disease and Wednesday night, was attended by Misses weak solution of the genuine democratic his countrymen. will probably die. He is 91 years old and r, article. Battle Dillion, Lonnia Giic3t, Eama NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. his two terms as governor were 20 years Pack-leprepared speech purportA carefully Mr. and Mrs.E. W. Lee. D.T. er Louisville votes on local option at the apart. ing to have been delivered by Gen. Buck-nJohn Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. United The Supreme Cmrt of tho at Burlioctnu i published in full in next August election Dunlap. Mrs. Mark Wakefield, Mrs Blount. of a liH.V2 FOIItllH AVKMJE, Secretary Manning and Treasurer Jor- States decides that tbe Imposition and is one of the Tueeduy'a Conner Journal A "Rainbow party," given by Mits Z:e cense tax on drummers from another Slate attend-ol- . cutting and sarcastic handling of an dan sail ncxtTueeday for Europe: moat Welsh, Tuesday night, was largely ia an interferThe remains of Mrs. Senator Bjck were by a State or municipality advereary that we have seen. It is as Tne first pr'zs was taken by Dr. J. and thereence with interstate commerce as the steel of a Damoecus blade acd brought to Lexington for interment. II. Letcher; the second by William CochIndianapolis secures the coveted pan- - fore unconstitutional. is thrust with an experienced hand. The ran; n list of those present is as follows: Base-baTom Hail's p;rlat and saw mill on Buck League. burden of proof seems now to be on his op tion in the National Misses Mamie and Sallie McRibeils, A ma Memphis has reach Creek, In Pulaski, built by Green Wood The Mississippi at ponent to ehow cause whether it is better P.S.-FI- NE and Sue Van Meter, Mary Worthlngton, GOODS cock at a cost of $6,000, waa completely for a democrat to abstain from voting when ed the 1SS2 mark, the highest ever known. Mary Holmes, Lonnie Guest, Berta Rogers, by the high water. Fount Charles J. Peterson, proprietor of the washed away Fisher' he can'l help himBelf or voting, to cast his George Davis at Jesn Shelby, Berta Newlin, Battle ladies' magazine bearing his name, is dead. Hilton shot and killed for a republican candidate. ballot Lizzie Meyer, Sadie Cecil, Nellie Lyle. Nan Nearly 8,000 applications have been Greenwood- .- ("Reporter. and Rue McDowell, 8opbie Bright, FanJobt after announcing hia candidacy for filed under the recent Mexican war pension The president, secretary and attorney nie nie Tarr, Pattle McDowell; Meisrs. Sum-ra- il. Monday, claim agency are un lieutenant governor at Frankfort, nf British-Ameri- ca tftW. Hamilton. Grubba, Briggs, Cochrsn, TTnn. Joa Gardener, of Magoffin county, Tho woman suffrage bill was defeated der arrest and indictment at New York for This should be a warning against in the New York legislature by a large ma- - obtaining money by false pretenses from Cochran, Van Winkle, Du?an, Fible, Lee, fell dtad. Caldwell, Gentry, Rogers, Wise Doalcvr In- nennln who are made to believe that largo Dawson. so many men offering for this comparativeman, Wiseman, Wiseman, Green, Dailey, will not. Men by the About 50.000.000 are saved ly worthless office, but it await them In England. fortunes Mathews, Boyle. Evstland, Letcher, Csld-wel- l, who want to get their names in the papers collapse of the Fortifications and the River The German bark Argo met with Rue. and assume for a season an importance they and Harbor Bills, strange luck In her last voyage. Two cap Potts A Proctor's mill and elevator, The President appointed W. S. Mo- - Lin died, and the third suicided when the imsgine attaches to office seeking, will connear the depot, caught fire in some untinue to get them inserted, especially since Chesney, Sr., postmaster at Lexington, vice vessel struck a rock at Cape Haytien. The comknown way Tuesday night about 11 o'clock Milward, removed. it Is a sort of free advertising and a sailors then abandoned her out of susperand both burned to the ground. There the edElder Cornish, of Salt Lake, Mormon Btltlon and allowed her to be wrecked. paratively harmless diversion for were at least 15,000 bushels of wheat in the proselyter, is meeting with great success at itors. There were Introduced in the House insurance on the grain, Ac, in the nf.ha49:hConzress 11,259 bills and 203 elevator; Butler, this Stale, Bayport, Michigan. A tkllow down in Lancashire Insurance Company, $3,000; John A. Logan, Jr., and Miss Edith-H- . joint resolutions, of which number only 4- ,WM. 31". was filling his which is a prohibition town, American $5,000; Etna $2,500; on Andrews will bo married at Youngs-tow- 173 were reported btcic irom mo comum-tes- s German selling tickets by coffers to overflowing the mill in the Millers' and Manufacturers Ohio, March 22. and reto which they were referred. In the good for a shave In his barber shop resolutions $3,000; Millers' National $6,000; on eleva& N. is building 15 engines The L. Senate 3,350 bills and 116 joint deeming them either in shaves or drinks, as total loss largest were offered, a large majority of them nev tor in the Millers' Nat. chose, but the officers got on-t- o which weigh 117,000 pounds. The the purchaser $35,000. A portion of the wheat can be stolo now used, weigh 115,000. er being afterward" heard of. his game and getting wind of it, he used as food for stock. The owners of tbe The Tennessee House passed a bill into worK some other At a meeting of General Managers and above property were about to sell out to creasing the permanent School Fund of other railroad officials at Chicago, it was unsuspecting community. Ingenuity, devSmith & Anderson, the proprietors of the ready to that State to $5,000,000. resolved "That all passes now out, other mill in the east end of town, and that firm ilish and otherwise, teems ever ofHenry Dodson, a white man, was sold than exchange passes issued to railway the cry thwart prohibitition and continue waa negotiating for the salo of their mill to QtsvsBBsBKsflHiliBBHflHlEB for vagrancy at Augusta, Ky., and brought ficials and to Its own employes, and those prohibit. 8oper, of this county. The fire of that it does not astonishing sum of $1. actually In the service B. F. the of connecting lines on all this. The residence of Joiin SUEBMA.N has already started n It is now found that Cashier King, of the company, shall bs withdrawn, und course upeets nomina-tioJames B. Lawrence, who liyes between here for the republican the war-patthe Cynthiana banker, who suicided, was none thereafter shall be Issued. The and Perryville, also burned tho same night; lot of for president, and with a short in his accounts $8,000. of the law as to whether passes loss $3,000; inuurancs $1,200; company un invaded the South. friends has The new Huntington bridge over the be issued to families of employes and known. the principal clllea of Ohio at Cincinnati is to be four feet higher can be left to each He will speak in the policy of so doing shall Florida and North and South Carolina, that of the Cincinnati Southern. Hon. W. T.Tevis has withdrawn frcm to determine for itself." company smart fellow, James H. MeDanald, chosen lieutenTennessee. John Is a pretty Alfred Sully and a powerful New York the legislative race in Madison, atmosphere, but dwelling always In a cold ant governor of Michigan, left his homo in syndicate have secured control of the Bal- A new town Is about to be incorporated much enthusiasm. Svdney. New Hampshire, 32 years ago, and he falls to create eyeieiu, imcK.Fu near the suburbs of Atlanta, whose mayor, tlmore & Ohio raliroaa Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement tha only heard of by bis relatives there It includes the AschembIs on hand to elect Camden was they saw his name recently in the and express departments. Jersey; the Pnlla municipal council, policemen and inhabi- is dostined to make it muoh more popular than it has ever been, by recon- when tants will all be colored. Central railroad of New U B. Senator in West Virginia Don't buy a pump until you sea the BUCKET ELEVATOB, and:!forI!cut papers. the Sam Smith, a youth of 16, living in delphla and Reading system, the Richmond vening on the second Tuesday after s; ting boxes buy the SE0II0N CUTTER. JEWEL and EC0N0MI8T oil company, which is The new cotton will Terminal and Richmond & Danville prop-ertie- Lawrence county, got offended at a neighcalled session, when balloting RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &o. Standard Oil Compathe East Tennessee, Virginia and bor, Stephen Hammond, got a gun, went to hope it can be done. We to compete with the b8Ie2al. We Also a general lice of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Flue'.tH-inCamden, ny, was chartered In Camden, New Jersey, Georgia lines, and now, last of all, the B. his house and killed him. Hammond's for have no eipecial admiration &c. The & O. OfalllheBaprertiestreistobe he represents, but with a capital stock of $5,000,000. wife interfered and he shot her and also W. B. McKlNNEY. ) or the monopoly whlsb will start to build mills in a doz- madeono great trunk lino with 16,000 her two children. EIP1NQER. f u.iMm. AUOUBT like Lucas, profit company we dislike to see a bolter miles of track. en different cities at once. bolt. by tb,e success of his his own party, which Vml hia candidacy so little .Via..1 htm c urteey and respect, Gen. Clay seoms to be disposed to yent his senile spleen agains the deyoted head of Mr Watterson, who ho imsglnefl is tho author of all liii waes. Speaking of his having called htm an oia man, loo old tit tbe present needs, he roWatterson that "the man who minds Mr. etjepshis senses in all stimulants, tea, cofwho fee, tobicco, opium and whisky, night and ijys ia horee-ra- cturns day into ing, gambling and speculation; who uwaris the mind in icooble pursuits and sinks the soul in sensualism and crime, may be old at fifty; all vital force Is lost and remorse sinks him down forever." A mnn that has been charged with the gross immoralities il.nl Clav haa and who has tho blood of one upon his hands, nr more of hia fellow-me- n should not lay hlmseH so wide open for dU- section as this does, but Mr. Watterson will in all probability ignore him. Instead of eur.i nR --The tow-boa- t, GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. h'm' Alex. Crawford, colored, was lynched at Winona, Miss., for tho mnrder of Vic tor Loggtns, a young merchant of that $247,-387,14- tire-som- in-la- Lancaster. Mr. C. D. Peacock has returned from a brief but pleasant visit to Nicholasylllo. Dr. Thomas Hood has fitted up the rooms over Storms' sloro and will begin the practice of his profession, dentistry. Rev. H. C. Humphrios, or Glasgow, has accepted a call to preach for the Baptls church at this place and the rork church In Lower Garrard for a year. -- JiidcoW. E. Walker, W. B. Mason, R. II. Tomllnson, John 8. Gill. Rav. It. R. Noel and George W. Bsttls attended the trial of J.S. Bsttls at Louisville Wednesday. Fostmaster Peacock tells us that In a few days the malls for the night and morn ing trains will be sent to the depot at 7 r. it. Both mails will be opened in me morning by 7. Sheriff Robinson captured John Hens- ley, one of the participants in the Paint Lick shooting, Monday, and brought him to town that evening. Ho waa placed under guard that night ai he preferred paying for the services of a watch to going to jail. The Sheriff was unable to find William and Humphrey Best, but the following morning (Tuesday) they came in and surrendered. The trio waved an examining trial and were placed under a bond of $250 to await Will and the action of the grand jury, Humphiey Best were able to give the bond their mother becoming their surety. Henalcy couldn't find a bondsman and was Uiti..1. The other member of the gang. Geo. Roberts was too 111 to be removed acd it is thought he will die. Messrs. Joe Wortham and Marshal Eison have returned from Birmingham, Alabama, whilber they went about two months ago. Mr S. W. Kennedy, of Gin- cinnati, was hero several days this week. Miss Nellie Duncan has returned from a protracted yisit to Danville. Messrs. A. J. Death-ragReed, B. Jett, C. R. Tudor, S. A. W. B. Whltt, M B. Arbuckle, L. J. Fraiee, R. A. Barlow, R G. Dunn, 8. D. Parrish and J. C. Parrisb, of Richmond, came down Tuesday night to assist In conferring some degrees in the Odd Fellows Lodge. Miss Daisy Burnside and Mrs. Tue-da- y Mattie Osrsley, of Stanford, Bpent with Miss Lillian Hopper. Miss Anna teach-in- g Vaughan, of Shelbyvllle, will begin house on the 21st at Mason school Instant. e, WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, $1 WALL PAPER, XX I iA M'EOBERTS&STAGG'S 4 ii ft 1 t OBSERVE T. R. WALTON, home-nud- e. con-ten- ts . i m 1 f V t, 1 Wei-eega- r, WALSH, THE TAILOR, TL.OXJISVILI.il, pol-Hat- KY. ll EXCLUSIVELY. 06 Ma -- Ww Groceries, Hardware, ueens- ware, Glassware, Jtc. MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. WATE8,8ulHmnn. n, .in....- OLIVER PLOWS! Pk lCrakii h con-geni- al Nr pro-pose- d g, V vt To day is the last for filing iults In the We heard the proposition of sending J J. M. McRoborts, Sr., Bold to Lawaon, Circuit Court, which begins Monday, the B. I'axlon to the legislature spoken of by of Garrard, 20 ahoata, of 100 Ibj. each, at 21st. scores of honest yeomanry of the county on $130. there is Stanford, Ky( - March 11, 18B7 The school at Preachersvillo will open Monday and the very but one opinion, that man for the democrats SXW ADYKHTIHEBEiUK. next Monday, lltb. Miss Mollie Ware, of is that he is to nominato and elect. Mr. Pax ton ia not Michellshurg, will teach it. B. o. WALTON, UnalttOHB Manager. a candidate and will make no canvasa (or Who tho devil Is that Slanford corres- Iho nomination, but we infer from a letter TURNPIKE LETTING! pondent of the Linoaster Journal! Wo written to a friend at Crab Orchard that if . & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. just dare him to hold up hia hand. Beslcd proposals tor tho conitructlon of th honorod with the nomination he will acm 2 10 r. u. Mall Iralu going North- oiinioro, dix Jiirer, uarrard uiuntr d. wblte cept. Oak Turnpike will bs received until Boutn ...... .11 is r, h, Anour 50 of the tracts of land adver .i Express train" riouth........M...... 1 lliiv lined for sale to pir taiM upsn them were Tina ia auction week at Powers' Bargain SATBKDAY, MARCH 19. 1SS7. --.Jl'il.M " " Norh.... the hjoit calculated on standard Hint, Holsr disposed of by Sheriff Menefee and some 25 Store. The annual sacrifice sale is on and Specifications will bsfurnl.hed upon application, nil about 20 minute fuUr it ia alwaya n picnic for the ladies. Erery-thin- g by tb (Secretary, Itlghl retained to reject all were hid in by the county and State. biJi offered. A ltKX. THA Yt.Ott, Trea. is sacrificed without regard to value. LOCAL NOTICES. '. A.TJtllinijE.Uec. Mn. J. L. Rlayin, of Oltonheim, sold his 210-t- d Stanford, Ky March 7th, 1887. Comfortable seats are proyided for the laLANDitrrrii'ti Gardeo Seed at Penny ft stock of goods to Henry Gorges, a New J er dies. Fins white goods, embroideries, laaey man, at cwt, without ouriage. Mr. McAIUttrY nsro. ces, As., aa well aa the beet quality of drees-good- s, for Ibo Clactnaati Da Hlavin thinks of removing to Barbourville Abk your xrocor REPORT OF THE CONDITION table linens, towel, sheetings, Ac., king Co.'a cracker and cakei. and tfoing in the goods business, all regardless of coat or value. Don't mita W atcjibs and Jewelry repaired on ibo? John Ddooer, a Lturel county witness it. Salea at 10 A. it. and 2 r. M. Genta The Farmers National Bank by Penny A McAlla nolle and wrranled in a moonshine caio bjfore the United goods at niaht. r. A.T 8TANFOIID, Huntbiw, Attention, leaded Cart- States Court at Louisville, was slapped in In tho Btato of Kentucky, at tho Cloae of LAUD. STOCK AHO CHOP ridge, nil fisi of shot, at Penny ft jail on the completion of bis testimony, bualnosa March 4, 1887 Nelson Dudley, a once noted turfman, which did not at all coosist with his for A ooMrLrrr stock of jewelry, latest died at Lexington, aged 87. RESOURCES. style. Kockford walcbea specialty. Pen mtr statements on oath. Ha will be tried 8291,371 97 We have 8 good work mules for sale Imlm and discounts for perjury. A McAlUter. oy Overdrafts 8,t29 62 ii 4. J. F. and B. G. Gover, Stanford. U. 8 ItODdi to secuie circulation... 75,000 00 In all hia statements about the terminus PER SO AVaT, For Sale. -- 8 mules and 10 milk cowi. Other docks, bondi and mortgages 24,800 00 of the Chesapeake ft Nashville road, PresiDue from approved reeerre agents 15,223 18 W. W. and S, E. Oiraley, Bright, Ky. Kobekt FciifiUioN in down from Wil dent Z mmerman leavei Stanford out of the 2,111 38 Brinkley, Catron A Co. bought in this Due from other National Banks. nmibur. Ileal estate, iurnlture and fixture calculation 7.0C0 00 Are we to lose this great section 27 to $75. mules at $55 Mrs CnAio Lynn is rery low with a thoroughfare for the sake of a few thou293 51 Current expenses and taxes paid Blade's farm of 240 acres, three miles Premluma paid stomach trouble, 2,137 21 sands of dollars which the parsimo3,U)0 00 rora Georgetown, sold to Clifton Broc. at Bill, of other Hanks Mibs Ballie Ohken is tisltinR brr nious prevented us from subscribing? Fractional paper currency, nickels and $87,50. aunt, Mrs. Dr. 5S 15 cents DrrtrrY J. M. Johnson, who was in For 8ale, A splendid milk cow and Specie Mil. J. H. Hock eh has cone to Kansas 5,500 00 from Waynesburg Tuesday, tells us that a young calf. Terms reasonable. R. E. Legal tender note City to spend a few days. C.C00 00 Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer " Mrs. Alex 8. Paxton, who has been Lee Reynolds, Sr, of the B;e Lick neigh Barrow, Stanford. (5 per (entof circulation) 3,375 00 borhood has suflered the second stroke of Merritt, ol Washington county, sold to rery ill, Is slowly improving. 8412,131 95 of Crab paralysis. Mr. Joseph Elbtnks, who has Dhsney Brothers, of Adair, 14 mules at Total k Miss DkaciieuakuStkwakt, had several operations performed on him, $70 and 9 at $65. Orchard, IOoi;ufl cf Mist Kate Hail. LIAHIMTIES. Smith McCann, of Lexington, sold to Capital ttock paid lu 200,000 O0 Mn J.r?DA'ia, of Monticello, hss is again down and another may have to ba 61,001 19 bttn fl'ltinc hi slater, Mr. Hichsrd Har pwforui d. He has Indeed been a terrible Williams A Cj., of Iown, Lidy Wilkea, 5 Purplu? I'und 8,17-- 02 Undivided profit sufferer. Jacob Btiell sold his farm of ISO years old, for $5,000. nett. Natlonal,Rank Notes outstanding 67,500 00 V. Bowman and Mm. acres, near Waynesburg, and the tools he Miw Mahv Forman A Head, of Monterey, Owen Individual deposits subject to check...... 101,107 29 Forrstu Ketil are Tl'llln? friradi in Lou had on it for S'J.iOO to a Michigan mn. county, sold 13 hbds of tobacco in Cincin- Due to other National Ranks.. 3,287 76 sj Due to State Ranks and Rankers . 2,060 39 fllle. nati at an average of $15.32). Acquitted J. 8 Battis, charged with Mn. J. F. Walhen, of Gum Sulphur, One thonsand bushels selected seed Total JH2.131 9J is dolni: some eiirtejlng for Mr. A. M. re robbing the malls at Harris' station, was oats, Price aa low as they KENTl'CKV, 1 S3. cin be bough t STATE OK of Mncolu. acquitted by the (Jailed States court at County J land. anywhere. Wearen A Menefee. litI, Jno. U. Owsley, Cashier of the above named Mias Uf.lle Hutchison with her He explained! Louisville, Wednesday. Thus far the reporte from the winter Rank, do solemnly i swear that tho above statement tle niece from BroUbead, ctlled to see us that the umked money sent in decoy letor my knowicice and lieller. is true to tne wheat belt indicate that the crop is emergJNO. R. OYV&L.UY, Cashier. Tuesday. ters and found on his prraon, had been reing in better shape than last vear. SiitncrlW nnd sworn to lefore mo this 8th day Miw. Thomas Ueeb, of KransTille, ceived by him in the regular course of his W. M. lilUOltr, N. I L. C. B. B. Eubanka sold to S. P. Hodgkin ol March, lbS7. is the guest of ner husband's parent', Mr. builness. Ha proved a good reputation by Correct attnt: 2G common ewes at $3 50 each with lambs 8. H. Shanks, ) and Mrs. William Geer. leading citizens of Girrard and the jury J. W. Aloorn, Directors. Winchester Democrat thrown in. MlfflJ Buwaue Ur.AZl.EV left for Louis J. R. Owslkt, i was only a few minutes Hading its verdict. adJames B. Gentry rejoices oyer the Title and Cincinnati WadWday to lay in R. II. Tomlinson was of counsel for the vent of a beautiful chestnut filly colt by USTO. 278S. spring stock of millinery her Hindoo, out of Avoca,(by Tom Bowling. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Mn a C Keller, Jn , of this office, A NAiinow EicAvR. Tuesday night W.H.Miller sold his tract of 105 attended the District Terapuasco Conven just before OK THE the auction began at S. L. Pow acre, 4 mile from Stanford on the Crab a delegate. linn at Ilarrodiburfr. a er's ft Co.', one of tha chandeliers fell from Orchard pike, to Mr. E. M. Elton, or Citts-burg- , Muu. J. W. Broww, of Ml. Vernon, NATIONAL BANK its fastening in the celling and the gloss Pa., for $4,000. broujrht her Utile boy, Conn, down Wed lamp globe breaking, the coal oil was soon OF The cattle market in Louisville stands awday to be treated by Dr. Bailey. la a raging blaze. The gentlemen in the at 2 to 4 40 common to beat; hogs are stron- At Stanford, In tho Btato of Kentucky, Juwie KlNCAtD sojReats Judge 9auf. store sought to smother it with bolts of at Cloae of Business. March 4, 1887. ger at 4 to 5 05; sheep are quiet at 2J to 4 J ley for the District of Columbia judgeship, cloth and Mr. T. R. Walton coming to and iambi alow at 3 to 5. RESOURCES. made tscant bt the resignation of McAr tbeir rescue with one of the fire extinJ303,C13 10 Wall, Smith A Co., proprietors of the Loans and Discounts tKllr guishers soon succeeded in putting it out Gilbert Tobicco Warehouse, Louisville, Overdrafts 2,250 6 Mn. and Mna. J. C Thompson, of U. 8. Bond to secure circulation........... 70,000 00 Tuesday lo see their Betide the lamp Mr. Powers lost sever- have failed for $75,000. The firm had been Other stocks, bends, and mortgages Liocoittr, came oyer 47,700 00 al boll of flannel and other goods, making in business for 10 yean and state that the Due from approved reserve agents 15,063 21 relatlTe, Mm. Harry Duon, of whose death Due from other National Ranks 3,503 88 a4elal of 915 or (20. low price of tobacco caused their failure. r they had not hetrd. Due from State Bank and Ranker)..... 250 04 of Texas, bought of Col. Pep- Real Estate, furniture and fixtures.. of Paint J JrtUKiNdof the Best boys' escapade at Davis, Qec. K. Hacklky, formerly 8,900 00 per, of Frankfort, the horse, Ferdinand, for Current expenses and taxes paid 937 25 Lick and their continual effort to Lick, but now of Newport, hn been f'atstthe fact that they are bad men and $5,000 and Felix Conian, of Mas., pur- Premiums paid 13,000 00 from twwlilant cuhier in the general 495 58 Checks and other cash Item freight office ol the L. ft N. to chief clerk prove thereby that "what ii bred in the chased of A. A. DeLong, of Lexington, a Rills of other banks 545 00 . filly by Happy Medium for Fractional paper currency, nickels and at a bone will come out in the flMh," the Stan of the entire Ewt Bound department, 47 63 cents ford correspondent of the Ltncis'er Jour' $1,000. nice increase in bis salary 5.620 00 Thomas Vancleave, of St. Mary's, Mn J. T. O'ilERShas been promoled ncd says: "When Judge T. W. Varnon LegaT tender notes C 9J0 00 bought of W.L. Caldwell, of Boyle county, Redemption fund wltn U. S. Treasurer Xb a run an the main liao and he and his represented this county in the Lower House 4 year-old black jack, measuring 15 (5 per cent, of cliculatlon) 3,150 00 handrome and excellent wife went to Louis of the Legislature, he introduced a bill hia where they will live in Ihe which if it had become a law would have handa, for $S00. T. 8. Mitchell sold 71 Due from U.S. Trnasuror, other than 5 Tille hogs at 5 delivered in ot per rent redemption iunJ future. While glad of their good fortune, had the happiest effect. It waa to prevent head Standard . of the murderous element Louisville, S IS2.1 12 83 Total the many friends made here regretted to the propagation Houce A Co. sold to Gano A Luke 100 by a rimplo surgical operation." see them leave. LI ARILITI ES. head of hoga at $1 and premium; also 100 Capital Stock paid In J250.000 00 Mrs Harry Dunn, who died Monday, head to Dick Rdd at samo price. J. W Surplus Kund LOCAL MATTERS. 10,000 CO was a terrible sufitrer during the last year Bond sold a 9,005 07 or load of mules in Tenneeee Undivided profitNotes outstanding. 63,000 00 MalkiA Grape at A. 0. AlfordV, other life, bnt she horo her pains with the at $70 per head. Grover A Bro. bought of National Hank 143,031 57 Individual Deposits subject to check fortitude of a christian. Twice during the Bond 100 ewes at $1 75 Georgetown Demand certificates ol Deposit., 1,000 00 New garden seeds at A. A. Warren's. Ytnr Ftirgical operations were performed on Times. 313 21 Certfilrd checks Do you want a permanent employment her by Dra, Bronaugh and Peyton, for can1,993 79 There is a hen at Mr. George T. Mc Duo to other National Rank 1,172 21 that will p.y you $;) per da)7 If o, ad cer, the first one requiring the completo am- Roberta which seems to he ambitious to Due to State Hanks and Rankers Notes and bills dresi M. I Buurue, Slanford, Ky. tho left breast. It was unsuc- produce an egg the eizs of every attempt in putation of Total 5482.112 S3 cessful in stopping the fearful disease, how- that line. That gentleman left at T. R. Y13TERIUY was n typical spring day STATE OK KENTUCKY,)., forced to ho shut ever, and nodes appearing another resort to Walton's grocery Btoro. this week, 11 pro County ot Lincoln, j and made thoe who are knife was had. It still spread anl duced by her which vary in e'.ii from a I. Jno. J. MrRoberts. Cashier of above named up in cflk-- long to wander over the green the swear that tho aboro bank do solemnly a lung trouble were the aparrow'a to a guinea'e egg. statement Is true to tho best ot my knowlcdgo and hills or catch his death sitting on the damp while dropsy and JNO. J. mckuhekts, caabler. belter. A Co., bought at Cleve fish to immediate cause of her death, the voracious Le, Hud'on bank of a Htream waiting foi the Subscribed and sworn to letore me this 9th day ulcer would have oon completed its work, land, Tenn., last week, a car load of extra bite. W. M. BRIGHT, N. I. L. C. ol March, 137. Correct Attest TiiEcximlning trial of Tom Kmlr, for mule, 10 hands and over, at prices ranging attached to a wagon belonging A iioiwk from $125 to $190 per head. R L. Snow J. S. Hockkr. V Directors. I). W. VANDKVKKa, to Joe Farris nnd drifen by Will Mershon cutting the negro Will Tetera, with intent to of heifers from John Wood JOS. 1ULLOU, Tuesday kill, occurred before Judge Cirson Tues bought 20 head kicked the vehicle all to piec3 at 3 cents, and 22 scrub eteere, averaging night and Mershon asks us to say that it day and the eyidence being dead against about 000 pounds, from G. A. Swinebroad lETO. can not be truthfullly charged that he was him, he wai held to the Circuit Oourt in at $13 per bead. Advocate REPORT OF THE CONDITION $300 bail, which he wis unable to give and drunk this time. from A convention of tobacco-groweror THE nonm desires not to hate his was accordingly returned to jail, William Ballard, Graves aud McCracken counties W. K. Biiley, who was with him at the time, waa confounded with that of W. II. name was held at Paducah Tuesday and resolu tried before a jury for carrying concealed National Bank of Hustonville, Hobba, the man engaged in adulterating tiona adopted declaring that the present makes ani keeps weapona and acquitted on a majority ver condition of the tobicco market demands In tho Stato of Kentucky, at the oloso of salts, but to say that he dict. The laagh waa on Lawyer Trlbble Bualnosa, Mar oh 4, 1887. on hand the fiaeit line of buggies, carriage and an !m during the trial when an old negro woman a speedy reduction of the crop wagons made in Central Kentucky and be amount to and positively identified him as one of the men provement in quality. The RESOURCKS. suggested aa 7,000 plants for that he also repairs wagons and buggies. I81,C34 02 Loans and discounts engaged in the row, but like Ciciar'a wife, cultivated was each man actually employed. 1,213 31 Overdraft auction at Powers' is just running Tribblo ia above suspicion, and it was reo Tue 12,500 0) U. 8. Roods to secure Circulation fun ognized at once aa a cine of mlataken iden Gentlemen, tour Most Obtdient. the women craiy. An hour before the 9,071 25 Due from approved reserve agents begins they crowd into theetoio in order to tity. 7,185 92 Stanford Journal Duo from other National Rank The 3,C52 S3 Rankers get the bent seats and not niim any of the Some mouths ago Mr. A. C. Sine, thro' waa sixteen years old on last Tuesday, It Due Irom fitate Banks and fixtures 1,500 00 Real Estate, Furniture and A poor married man came to us the instrumentality of Dr. Witherspoon, la possible that there ia somewhere on the show. 127 12 Current expenses and taxes paid......... yesterday with tears in his oyea and asked adopted little, Mus Hattle Lenton, whose faco of the great terrestrial globe a better Premiums paid 3,400 00 SO 23 , but we have never seen a bet Checks and other cash Items if wo could not assist him in suppressing pirenta were dead and who waa being cared 125 00 Rills of other Ranks His wife, he said, had bought for by the Presbyterian Orphans' Home at ter one. Richmond Register. h. ln.!nM 3,778 32 Specie enough goods to last the family fire yeatB Lou'sville. She ia a bright little girl, had With the last issue, the Interior Jocr notes 2,500 03 caeh. We and atill aho clamored for more become attached to her foster parents and NAL entered upon its sixteenth yoir, for Redemption fuud with U. 8. Treasurer SG2 50 i per cent, of circulation) mingled a tear of pity with him, knowing waa making rapid progress at the College, more than twelve of which it has been un jl27,0 00 in oureehes, but could euggeat no in which ahe had been entered shortly afWalton, Total how it der the management of Mr. W. P. LIARILITIES. remedy, as thli ia said to be a free country. ter her arrival. This week a man who gave We can congratulate our neighbor upon his Capital Stock paid in J 50,000 00 hia name aa Martin Linton and claimed success due to his energy aa a publisher. Surplus fund 4,500 00 A warrant woa eerred on Mr. J. T, 2,498 72 ho waa an uncle of the child, came and and lo the fearless expression of hia viewa Undivided profits Hirris Tuesday charging him with Belling that 11,250 00 National Dank notes outstanding Dinville Advocate. Reuben demanded her of Mr. Sine, but of course he aa an editor. hloxicating liquor to Col. Elkln, 57,938 76 Individual Deposits subject to check refused to give her.up, at he had entered 1 ,072 52 Engleman and Tina Gentry, but when the Drunkonnesi, or Liquor HaMt.ean he Cared by Due to other National Banks with the Home to raise end edcame for trial no witnesses would ap- into bonds time admlnittariag Sr. Haines' Golden Spneifle. 3127,280 00 Total ucate her. Consulting counsel, however, STATE OF KENTUCKY, pear against him, though he demanded a It ran be given In n cup ot cofTco or tea with' County of Lincoln, it waa thought best to return her to the out the knowledge- of tlio person taking tt, eftrial. It aopma that Mr. Harris got a box fecting a speedy ami permiuient cure, whether I, 3, W. Hocker, Cashier of the above named which were ao plainly another Home, and accordingly Mr. Sine took her tlio patient la a moderate drinker or an of bitter Rank, do solemnly swear that the above statement thither Tuesday night. Mr. and Mra. Sine wreck. Thousands ot drunkards havo la true to the best of my knowledge and belief. name for whisky that he Bhlpped it back to been made temperato men who havo taken the aflec-tionhaving no children, had centered their J. W. HOCKER, Cashier. UoUlen Speclflo In their coffee without their the parties sending it, after fihing eeferal Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this 8th day on the child and it is a eevtre blow to knowledge, and y believe they quit drlnk-tngas to nee if their judgment Of Much, 1887. O. F. PEACOCK, N. P. L. C. . parties a taste, ho their own free will. No harmful effect them to have to give her up, besides it ia Correct Attest: results from Its administration. Cures guaranwas the same tw hia , None of the men much worse for her, judging from the apEdward Alcor.v, ") teed. Bend for circular and full particulars. whoee names were on (he warraut claim to Directors. T. J. UonNuoN, Address In contldeneo Goi.drn Co., pearance and manner of the man. Ii. BaowN, t& ltace St., Cincinnati, Ohio. know anything about it. Snni-MtclilnerioroarnaJ 1 v J I inimenl Tho most wonderful Pain-Curcr Centaur Itu elfects arc instantaneous. 1705. known. the world has over Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Queen and Crescent Route. (Oinoinnati New Orloans and Toxas Paclflo Railway.) Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South Wcst CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. READ DOWN. TRAIN8 SOUTH. h'0.1. T)ally. 7 10 10 10 0ley. HEAD CP. No.; STATIONS. Dally Ex. Sun. No.3. I No. S, I Dally. Dally TRAINS NORTH. No. 1. I No. 4, No. 6. No. 8. Dally. Dally. .Ex. Bun. Dally. Dally. 25 am 27am 00 27 47 32 20 55 a m 403pm 810p m, 7 63a in L'Te...rinclnrtil ..A'rv 6 42 pm 10 4 30 p ml 7 Qoorge )wn 02 am 705 p m 10 52p ml0 5) a m 4 15 pm( 7 22 a ml 7 35 p m It "Op iu 1130 a m ...Islington 11 44 p m 11 CI a m 3 63 p ml G 43 am1 Nicholmvllle W33p m.Uarrodsburii Junction.. 3 25 p m t5 1103 am 8 43p m Danville 312pm f5 4120 am 8 59 pin lJffl'i" in 12 17 p m 302pm 5 1135am 9 10 p m 12 53 a m 2 42 p iu ..Junction City .. 3 25 p mi Mountain 2'27'a" mi 4 20 p iu! 1 .11 p m Homprnet 12 50 pm 3 53pm 630 a m, 73Ca iu ...' laumie. .. , J". 8 25 a m ga 8 25 a m CIS pin Chatttn 1 30 a m 5 10p m 12 50 am .Btrmingtnin 9 52p ra 6 Ma ia ..Kulaw ......... 9 11 p m C 40 p m 12 30 a m 7 40pm -- Meridian 10 40 p m 7 35a m , 3 00 a ra New Orleans Iffipm tln? a a a a a C49 am 5 03pm 4 25 a in 2 01 pm m 4 05a m 135pm in 3 39a m 1 04 pm m 1223pm m' 26Cam 1212 pm 2 45 am 12 01pm in ..I 120am . 10 00 pm luiiam .. .. .. .. ..1015 am 7I0pm 10 42 am 9 50 a m 6 05 a m 6 20 am 3 15 a m 8 00pm 2 35 7 15 it-s- am 31pm am I 750 am No. 9 leaves Oakdale dally except Sunday, at 5.4) a. u., Arriving at Cbattanojgi at 9.15. leaves Chattanooga at 3.00 r. ., arriving at OakJile at fi 40 r. it. 65 ami 7 SO a m 0 45 p m ,.l 7 10 p ni 12 ... ..Meridian .Vlcktburg.. .Hbrevcport. T. P Junction . , No. JOHN Mann Roudolr Bullet Bletplng Cars on all through trains. C. GAULT, Qen'l Manager, II. TOLLBRAN, Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt It. CARROLL, Uea'l HupL, R. X. RYAN, Asst. Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Agent. W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Bomonet, Ky. General Offices, St. Paul Bulldiag, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. s. PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! FIRST ), pro-mole- d three-year-ol- -- 210-poun- We have much, the largest stock and best assortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a good Chilled Plow should by all means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will find a NO. 5 CIIAMPIOX, the Plow ol all Plows for such work, they are almost indestructible. Wc have various kind of plows and at all kinds of prices. Wc can suit any one that will give our assortment an investigation. We have a few Sulky Plows wo will sell at very low prices. e WEAREN & MENEFEE. Wmmm& WMmim PHARMACISTS, 1H-- 2917. DIALXB9 - Drugs, Books, Stationery and ( rancy Articles. PhTsIclans' proscriptions accurately compounded. Also IffM 9UjCjpic' n RjumsjIiiMTti watch. Ba. A. 4fL JEWELERS. The L&rgeat Stook of Watches, Jewelry and Silverware Olooks, YVJvUkVssV ",rk YmJKWf Semi-Weekl- y Ever bought to this market Price Lowor than the Lowost. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice and Warranted. semi-weekl- H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TA1XOK, I have received and still receiving Legal-tend- er New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising tnr best In the market, which will be Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Mono in Olty or Country Give 31 e a Trial. Is Tne Best alco-liol- lo a ot VI iriCli N.i. ttUDMd mna Kite. anWiil WlUl Itl VrIt Don't waste yotrrmonty on a mm or robber coat. Tho Finn BRAND 8MCKEM IssbsolntclyvnianilviTraoor.andVflU keep you dry in the hardest torm I WhlVllhll ,,.1,1, wv . HWaterproofCoat tfor Maae. 1 AklorUaFMlI BiUNft'suciandtaknoothir. If yourstorjieepssdoeil A.J, TOWRH.gJfHmmon8t. Boton, M! . . 1 t. -, -- h-'- IV. VnHi( UAs,i 1vi vtf.lJM.i, IfgifY&UMiihrmuvdlfrttaMb&iHitotimSk U . . iaiU - iv J. 4 i kSi r-- j -- ;,- r" "" 'Mlt' "to.i. i, ..ti-.- -T...r.1 - 'T.i-.a.- -, .. aiwOlaalawiaawi . fl ..., , ma...iMmMiiiiii....iiiiiriii urti - rfmi,UiukhmuMrfnMmmm nMf iiiMpiniiiLwmiiiuijii Lwiuimi mwii 9 i?: , oil u m CURRENT COMMENT. o'clock rise, so we got enough sleep. At Market we added our modest the French CjI. Al. Berry declares he has met "very AND contribution to the wealth of the old hearty encouragement" In tho race for the ! Frenchman who has grown rich by selling Governorship. Col. Barry should have delicious coffee, with two knocked it down with a club and captured O. Having rented tho stable on Depot street, I am little rolls for 10 cents. it. Ho will not meet It every day. peculiar, pre pan (M 10 train and break horse on reasonable Lou1 County Court day trade solicited. l( liu'sl IIli stall is one of the institutions of isville Post. a n. va it vStanford, it, GOD IS IS LOVE And NOTHING ELSE Ml WN- - ' ap fail fortune for Ky "N'awltos" and he deserves We have three lunatic asylums in Kenv. n.i. ...it. Ull,L making mors people gaatronomlcally and tucky and one penitentiary. Turn all the uumiTieiuaiDviic&cuirj.uiiiiciJiij,iMi.,,. LOUD. JCltAISE financially well pleased in stomach and murderers out of the lunatic asylums, and The Cheapen and Beit Duilnm Ce ll.-.r- .. 1.1,1 W,J."TI ..() h World. purse combined than any man in the city. then we will have three penitentiaries and Houma, La.., March '.I, 1SS7. T. ferry-boat- , with double railroad one lunatic asylum. This Is about the e'zs Ur.l...UJf.frlli;.l..tU.,..l (ivuu LONDON, KY. Dear Interior -- I am writing in an A great la lln.lifu, ItTrxtrri tn,ltt (mi laalHilnf TallLn MLlUifr tracks on deck, yet not so huge as its sister of it -- Truth. rrall .N.ul open yerandah of a typical Southern manF.B.KILEY, Proprietor. rtlitrlllalar VO. Kkurt.llaa.l.TjM'.ttrltlac I Trlnraskl, tfMlaltlM that crosses the Sicramento river, formerly NataratU. later "Of all the distinguished men, civilians ew. (IretlaaU tJaaraaled sion, with the gentlest of breezes Mitring rr described, bore us across the soapy Miss Itlastaa. Thoroughly Hciwvntctl ami llefiir. tu .llr... . It. KMiril. IT..,Nuer. tr k'r whose acquaintance I have enor soldiers, tha leaves of the noble lire oak upon the silatsfxl throughout. t'lrit.clnN rare issippi, in the delicious early morning, and joyed, I have never known one whoe prilawn and the atmosphere laden with the nuil ronnoiinblciirlcc. ay nnd night we were soon speeding away westward. e II. U.TAYLOII, vate character was altogether so unaxcep-tionablEren my perfume of the orange bloasoma trnlim suet by police lorlrm or fill B II o'clock we reached Houma, after a B Buckner" as that of 8lmon popular HotiNC. olfactories take coj;n'zince of the odor unOf LOGAN COUNTY, la a Candfdite or the offlc single change, coming the last .30 miles on Rsv. Jos. Cross, D. D. of tiuperlntendent of 1'uMlc Instruction, aubjict educated, and or no means sensitive as they to the Democratic Htate Contention. a slow branch, but full of interest, for the Gen. Frank Wolford finished his politic are Ordinarily, it lake an ! new and etrange sugar country we passed al career when he voted to pass the depenrose, or an honest pink, to awaken a reFor breeding at- The deli- through. For miles and miles just out of dent pension bill over the President's veto. sponse in ray plebian proboscis A. I van do WATKU'8 FAUN, the great city, market gardens, well-kep- t, As a democrat he could not now be elected cate scents partainln? to the m re cultira the soil. Corner l.ancailer and P.uih Itranch Pike to the most insignificant office in the State. tod productions of the green house aro be- occupied We have had one meeting in Houma, Elizabethtown News. yond me. Bat I am clad to find that the Peler Elmer, thoroughbred, black Ilerkihlre was well attended. E. H. BURNSIDE, If General Wllliami has any special orange bloom doea effect the air and that it last night, and it Hear, son of John Kliner and Boone Wool, It was held In the Firemen's Hall, qualifications for the place, (Interstate Thlit powder never varies. A marvel of purity, Elmer was of William hlmcr, Imported from John Engis not a poetical fiction of an oyerheated land. aod Mary Orumly. thoroughbred, black the bast place for n meeting in the Commissioner) or any acknowledged abili- strength and wholreomeness. More economical lleranlre tow, by Harry Orundy Imperial from Thin" Old Woll - Kuown imagination. than the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold lanada. UoonoWood li i is for the most village. The population Hotol Still MaintainB ita anything except swearing nnd stump- - competiton with the multitude of low toit .short Berkshire sow by Pike Wood,tboroughl.rrd black ty for I must describe my surroundings under thoroughbred Imweight or phosphate powders. Creoles of French Soldonly tn ported black Berkihlie, and ilam Neuny Boyle, High Roputation, speaking, we have never been informed of oani. alum theinpirition of their mvelty, or I shall part Komau Catholic, iiuYALiMKixti rownaa c. thoroughbred black llerkahlrn sow, by old Men. extraction. But many have no religion at the fact. He knows nothing about therall-roa- d ANU 1W Wall Street, New York ard Boyle, thoroughbred Ma-soon feel S3 accustomed to them that they Herkahlre, tinpoit-e- d from Europe. Breeding fro all 1 shall have no difficulty in getting 9t cnh Soj St. Its Proprietor is Determined that business, and is too old to learn, and will hardly seem worthy of special mention. it Shall bo tieoond to no Country an audience. I trust the LOP.D for the we doubt if there is a Kentuckian mention . So quickly does the regular "tramp" (gosTin: Tiioitoi'4Jiiiiiti:n Hotel in the State in its Fare, WILLIS-HOUSErest. ed for the place who would not administer pel or other) adapt himself to changes. Appointments, or AttenMr. and Mm. Tobias Our entertainers are MAIN ST., I1IC1IH0MI. KV tion to Comfort of Architecture has made little improvement the effice in a more tatisfactory style. HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL Gibson. He is a prominent lawyer here, their Gnests. in comfort on the old fashion, of n ball Danville Advocate. and brother to Senator Gibson, and also through the centre; opicious, lofty rooms Cleveland again shown him President MAUQUIN OF ADELINE. Ilaaajag wlllbecoaveyrd to and from the I For a good Table our kind friend Col. Hart Gibson, of Lexfree of charm. Nperlal acrnramodatloai on each side; verandahs front and back; with capable of correcting a mistake by giv And dean and well furntihed roomi, thii Hole! Ky. Mrs. Gibson, formerly Mies self ington, to lommerrlal Traveler. 1 he liar will Thli fine Bull will aland the seaoni now an ell for the culinary department, Such ing to the River and Harbor Bill the "si has CO superior. Good f ample roomi attached.y alwajt polled with tne rbolreil my lUbloon the Lanraitrr Pike on trjate t i 00 per day. Bright, of Wood lord, is a friend of long kraadiofLlosorf aid llsari. signed a bad bill half mile from Ulanford Court Houie at;i) the is our present abode. But the front lawn lent veto." Last year he standing Mr. Gibson I never saw before wi-lunjiri urceoi Drevuing ins cow un- is the glory of the place. Umbrageous live appropriating $14,000,000 and containing til the cow prorei la cair, Money due when row LOUIS SCHLEUEL, this visit. The lines have indeed fallen to la first tfrved. oaks of magnificent height and spread of many joss. This year's bill was passed iu Miniuli of Adellue'a aire. Herbert, hit ilm lm. us in pleasant places. Our 'kind friends ported Apollo and lam Imported bout hern Beau-ty- ir branches; the graceful if sombre drapery o' an unusually (Ctndalous manner. It was have one sweet daughter of ten years of the ubiquitous Spanish moss, festooning age. not considered bv tbe House, but was simpMarquli of Adlleno'a data, Adeline, hei lire ItlCIIMUSD, KKMTCKK Imported Uncle Tom-d- am Imported La ly Flih-e- r. every hough with its gray streamer?; rows For further particular! ai to pedigree i It is a luxuty to live In this delicious ly rushed through. The Benate added 11.. of orange trees, 25 feet high, right and left, spring climate. It is simply heavenly just to it, including $50,000 as an en- Photographs in all styles and sizos. r . 11. II. very floe young Bull from a celebratTulilia along the division fences; the Terre Bonne now (as we poor worms imagine heaven ), tering wedge for the Hennepin Canal ed lamllyol ullkera Including the row leno, the yards beyend the front paling; for the chill of winter is quite gone and the ecbeme. The President has done well to Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and greatest of litrday, ber owner having refuted fl,-Wbayou 50 fur her. The Holiteln-Frtlila- n csttl have taken the a carpet of green Bermuda grass under heat and motquitoe linger awhile. In save $10,000,000 from the surplus squandeWater Colors. lead as the beat for the family, and a rroM with York World. foo'; Plymouth Bocks and Brahma ; tur- this charming state of interregnum we Bttike rers.-Nesr the Shorthorn produce a Tery tin animal. I KewdMlgii In Kramoi ant Mtts at rerj lo will buy all the male call re begotten by thla keys and guinea;; with "Frank." the noble Terre .Bonne Parish at its best. Praise the Bull atgocdprkti (Jelrire-at weaning time. (201-lA solid man is Jonathan Btss, of Cim-briPrices. artistically scattered around and LORD! setter; ir. u. stii.iiKit. New York. In ISIS his joints bagan ISO-ford, Ky. dotting the delicious landscape with life I will aak you to publish as an appendix to stiffen and grow into solid bone; in 1S57 DB. W. B. PENNY, Delicate flecks cf cloud sailing the blue, as to this, the following letter, that, for special DENTIST, be took to his bed and there be lies now, if they were the prttv chariots of angds reasons, I wish others to see. I hope it perfectly stifi, every jjint solid, unable to Stnnforct, IContuolcy ADMINISTRATRIX' SALE in leisurelv inspection of the beauty below. will be helpful to many. Ever in Jesus, stir, unable to masticate food, and blind. Across the bayou a neat row of whitewashGeo O. Barnes. Yet be eats the heartiest food by sucking it ed houses, cottages for the most part. Tne Dear VALUAKLE I into his mouth and swallowing it whole stream is navigable for boats and two small I should not be surprised if our whole His constitutional health is good, be keeps AiAdmlnlttratrlz of It. R. Gentry, I lll steamers ply up and down, bringing sugar theory of prayer breaks down before adon nil late premises, on himself informed on tbe current topics and from the plantations and oyaters and fish vancing light. A large part of it will, I is likely to liye many year yet. He is ON S ATUDAY, APBIL 2ND, 1987, from the gulf. We are about 30 miles in am sure. For it is founded upon ignorance now 66 years old and weighs but 75 lb. -though a straight line from the salt water, A tract ofland of the character of God. Buffalo Express. OBoe on LancaaUr atrt, text door to Imtb-lo- a these bayous are all made brackish certain Joorxal office. Office hours from S to 11 a has long been seen by many that we It 107 Col. Bradley is not of tbe caliber of af.anl 1 toSr. x. AneethetlceadmlnliUred whae distances op by the tide I don't know, do not alter God's mind by our petitions ll&t-lyAdjoining the homeeteaj, la a good state of culti- Sciatica, Contracted Scratches. ought to be bat just guess, that the title "bayou" is a Importunity, however earnest, does not in- which a governor of this State vation, most oflt down In gras, well watered and Lumbago, M axles, Bpralni, fenced. And for that reason he will not bayous are cline Hln. to do, made. diminutive of ''bay." For the Rheumatism, Ernptloaa, Strains, I will after it, what He was inCITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, 2 Work Mules, sell also at1 the same lltas He has not the simply narrow lagoons or bays, communi: Horses. extra Saddl Horse 7 Baniii Hoef All, Stitches, disposed to do before it. It is a question make a strong candidate. yean old. I Denmark Saddle HUlllon J yean old, Scalds, Scraw BtiffJolnU, OF LAHCAHTKB, KT. cating in every case with the "great, salt whether our God is at all moved by it, save elevation of character nor the dignity of I Weanling Saddle Colt by On Tim. 1 Brood Worms, Backache, Mar by Hubhla's Denmark, in foal to Judge Stinga, sea." Tbey abcuod in fish, and at the as His heart of LOVE is moved with ten- manner to enlist the hearty support of tbe a Ruger, goal Brood Swlnney, rjallj, 8133,000 00 of tbem registered Mare. 8 cow, with calf, twa Bite. CAPITAL the finest imaginable oysters. We der joy whenever He sees a "change of higher classes of republicans, and, on the mouth Hhortborni, 10 good grsdtlosw SOTM, SaddlaOalU. yearling Cattl. 3 yearling hellers, I thorough-bro- d Iralaef, eat them here as large as "Ssddle Eocks" mind" in us. other hand, the democrats would come out Sparln File. Bull (Regliteredi, 4 grad heifer calf, Bunions. This Bank solicits accounts of Individual!, firms 1 thoroughbred Maysville CracVi. and incomparable for flavor, which is a reniuer can, so gool Ewe will Coras, and corporations. Its fad 11 tic lor making colI am more and xnor persuaded that we in large nnmbera against him lambs, 2u Shoatl, 7 Bow, snd Din. Karmloe In thought i. buke to my ignorance. For I once Al.tn.nl. Mn.l.ilM.nf U...-- t Egl. lections, In all parts of the United States, are THIS GOOD OLD STAND-Bshall never approximate a just estimate ol Mower. Hay Rake. Wheat Drill, Plow,, Uar- good bivalves didn't "grow" far south of and cutomers are at 'all times granted Mcomptlibes for everybody exactly what li claimed a the "power of prayer," until we see that it iuw, ac.,unegoou cipnng nagon, z "My dear friend," said a minister at the any reasonable accommodations they sea proper wagons, i good finny inu larnees almost new, for It. One of the reason for the treat popularity of Baltimore and Chesapeake Biy. Live and puts us into a position to rtcriu a blessing, the Mustang Liniment Is found In III universe! bedside of a sMc man, "I want to call your to ask. We beg to offor our service to the citiiiouaeaoiu meets, AC learn. same tlma the fal'owln? harM K.Inn.. rather than it moves the LORD to beMov a attention to the blessel consolation which zens ot neighboring countlri, without Banking IngAlaoat aosntrrwlllbesold. I good eoaiblned applicability. Everybody needs such a medicine. to J. Th Lasnbermanndsltlnceofa6cldnt. If you will look it up on the map you blessing them that any Saddle Mare. religion brings in hours of suffering and facilities, and assure have prompt and business sent Mara 8 years old t S year-ol- d The Housewife needs It for general family ua. us shall at all time hlthfi.I at- w.auuug wm, ii lent stares, moat ol Hum In will find that we are about 00 miles weat of " "I'm much oblig- tention. While we are careless, indifierent or un- danger to those The Cannier needs II for his teams and hit men foal to good borsrs. New Orleans. Erery thing is unique and believing we are TERMS. AliiumiftfllO and unier caih, over Tha Mechanic need It always on his work in a position where blessed to you," interposed the grateful patient that amount a credit of four nionlhi with approvbeach. etrange. We are now In' the sugar country ing can not come to us. For we must go to ed security. Termi as to Isnd mad known on day "but you are too lats." "Too late?" "Yes Tbe IMaer needs It Incase of emergency. of Bale ytUH.Jt AllVC OKA THY, and out of the cotton belt. No more pine it. And we can only go to it on the wings get along without It, J. M. IIIGUINBOXHAU, The I'Uneerneedalt-ca- o'l sir; my physician says that the crisis is LEWI3 V. LEAVELL, JOEL Admix. The Farcies- - needs It la bU bouse, hU stable. J. WALKER, forests. Only cypress everglades, drape 1 of prayer and faith. Therefore "prayer danger is over " and tbe aad his stock yard. J. W. L03AN, J. 8. JOHNSON, in mournful moss. The land of alluvial meeting" are dull and profitless, bee sure put The Mleamboat man or the Iloatmnnneedi L. Y. HUBBLE, T. M. ARNOLD, deposit, pu excellence. Flat as a floor. they represent, like so many stated Sunday It In liberal supply afloat and ashore. Bucken's Arnica Salre. B. O. MULLINP. J03. SIMPdON, needs It-- It Is bis be it The Ilerse-fanclMeasureless prairies of ooze, with dottings services, a spasmodic pietv, that purchases Tbe beat Salve in the world tor Cuts. Bruise li friend and aafrtt reliance. Chipped of ponds, of irregular shape, furnishing a exemption, for six days, from uncongenial Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever 8ores, Tetter, The Htock. grower needs It- -It will save huii all Skin Eruptions, thouiandi of dollars and a world of trouble. very paradise for ducks and other water thoughts, by a convulsive effort on the sev Hands, Ckllblalni, Corns and pay required. Itouttvutt MiwAnmaCHiCAto Pt 'Q. I, J.M. UIGGINBOrUAM.PIlECT. and positively cure Piles, or do The flat Iroad man need II and will need Its fowl, where in secluded nooks they can bng as his life Is a round of accidents and danger. LEWIS V. LEAVEI.L. enth, that is supposed to be an equivalent li guaranteed to glva perfect satisfaction, or mouoy feed, with only occasional disturbances for unwearying "continuance in well do- refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For tale by The llnckwoodiinnn need It. Therelsnoth J. P. SANDIFEn, CASHIER, Ing like It as an antidote for the danger to life, B. t HUDSON, TELLER. from the sportsman's gun. Oceans of reedy ing;" as the prayer meeting is meant to stand Penny A McAlliter. limb and comfort which surround tbe loneer. fens, with great and small islands and head for"praying without ceasing " Therefore we LKAMNt, MOTH- The merchant needs It about bis store among An Old Chi z en Speaks. his employee. Accidents will happen, and when ed cypres foresi; "aek and receive not, because we ask lands of Mr. J. M. Norrls, an old cltlxw of Rome, G a. I.M INYIM.i; A UIXCI.V.NATI, these come the llustang Liniment ts wanted at once. Kid fiocka of birds clinging eidewise to the bul- amies " that he bad been badly troubled Keep a llolt loin tho House, 'TUlbo bestot It never puts us into a position nyi Complaint for a great many years with with If you arouoInC to nuy point 'WEST, and Ia ly, secures to traveler! economy. rush topi as they gather their meals from where we can get b'es'ing, according to the ney scarcely NORTHWEST or SOUTHWEST, Eczema for three years; at times could Keepallotlloln the Factory, ItslmmedlsU the ed pods on top; all this, where the lav ofbltnj. take tho walk, and had tried many remedies without ber- accident saves THE MOST RAPID SERVICE me In casenoflloltln Alwuy pain and Iom of wage a soil it undrained, waiting for capital rich In llie Wliibln fur Keep Whereas, the soul that walks in the light efit, before he began taking Electric Bitters and use when wonted. to turn its opz nco of fertility into sugar. and intimate fellowship with God, gets all anointing Ml hands with Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo, Erer attempted between the great c immerdal r't-I- n Wbere the cultivation redeems the waste, its w.nts, nnd "exceeding abundantly This treatment afforded him great relief and he on the Obli River aud lilcatin, and heme strongly recommend- - Electric Bitters to all who the laileit time and inoit rauifortablo train be (Ohio & Mississippi Railway nothing on be prettier than the clean fields (ble-'rei- i plenitude)- - above what we can ask Buffer with Kidney Complaints lor need a Blood twren all points In the.Soiii, or to the II rut NEWPORT NEWS I M!S2!SSIP?I VALLEY of cane, and the stately mansion, with it cr think" because it comes simply by the Purifier. Sold by Penny A McAIIater. and Xortliltet. fhe roiinte'rart of thla tr.n This Line has Two Daily Express Trains arrlv-ing- on all trunk line is denominated Tim Limit-cTlir --- . village of out houses, all white as lime and "law of faith" in the place where blessing St. Louis hours In advanc ot other lines, v I'.rm'i'HH. Thomperb ioIHik it'CL w Most Excellent. and giving our pawengen flnt choice of seats In alvis ixtroni t'lillmltrit i'omfnrt. paint can make them. The great sugar-hou- se al wars is found Depot, of wrAt all in J.J. Atklni, Chief of Police, Knoirllle, Tenn., trains fr connecting lines in I nlon and North-nc-ht, you will II txlCoupon 'Ilikri Oilier tickets the fco'itli CHLbAPEAKt & AMU HOUTt it our lime tablet and looks like a city factor, or a Ken rjy In this aspect then of the whole subjret, writes: "My family and, I are beneficiaries of your Louis,with all polnti W'eit, get Million and stick to Minion, If tuck distiller, with its array of smoke the two extremes of practice, as we daily nioit excellent medicine, Dr. King's New Dtscor-er- y riecllnlng Chair l'arlor Cars nnd New you watittoaave lucnty and havoa pleaunt journey. K. O. McCORMlLK, mac, boiler and engine. for Consumption; baring ,f ound It to be all Emigrant HleoplrjR Cars Its'tiliiclt,' ICsstttc llH( meet them, are explained. The comlant Geneial Paueneer Agent. Cmugo you claim for It, desire to testify to Its ( ily Ticket Agenls nnd Olllirt The dating of a thing on the bins that God had that Our jjurney hither was delightful CFrce of Clmruo. E. A IlLckNKR, 2i7 lib Ave., IxiuliTille I bare recommended It Ky. My frlenda to whom weather perfection. Tne Kosciusko meet- to be vivid before we gat it, leaves us restI. M lOHitMK, I'.V V.tie it , Cincinnati ( Dr. Klng'a New praise It at every opportunity." WualunKlou, Phitadolphta and NOW ing simply glorious in its results. I' is not less and dissatisfied from first to last; and Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure Now York. exaggerating to say that the whole town the almost certain failure to "receive," is Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and ev- To purchase a Farm In the West, Northwest or Southwest. I lie only due runulng ery aSectlon of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Triwas revolutionized in those short ten days. laid, unjjstly, to the account of a blessed CORPORATION NOTICE! Tbe Rlcheat Farming aud Grazing Land in the A. Drug Store. World may be had at fromliUO to 5 00 per acre More "God power" in that meeting than God. The al othmy plan, on the contrary, al Bottles Free at Penny McAUiter's 1'Ui.i.ts.iN m:is m(i:ki'inh ak targt site. SI. on long time and at low Interest. Thla land will lit U Known AND- any I have known for many a day. The which is so far right that it recognizss the raise double the number ot bushels of corn or Lick-e1. That II. S. Wlthera.T. J. Foster, d. A Uie Green Cough Balsam for cougbi and colds. wheat to the acre that cin be produced tn this obstacles barring success were apparently fact that God doe) cot need moving, is yet S. II. Shanki, Forestus Held snd W. G Welch section, and with much less labor. The price ot A SOLID Price 50c, For lale by Mcltoberts A Stagg. impassable. Bat the LORD Christ swept in the end far worse, because it directly land la steadily advancing. It trill uri'fl' lie have assoilated thcmiehes togethir and formd a KKOM and It Is cer- corporation tinder the provisions of Cnap.M, Gen vrenvtit, How Is your blod? Use Green's Sarsaparllla clieititer than atInvestment to every purall away under LOVES banner Praite contradicts the word and disobeys a posiLouiiville, Cincinnati cz Lexington, Kj. tain to prove a good Slat. Ky. titagg at 11. chaser. to Washington Oity, ITIM1 tive injunction. "I say unto you, Asi:,"may For sale lir McRolierti 1 2. The name of the Incorporation Is tbe 'StanfConnecting Iu ine tame dot with McComb before dal'g it not be disregarded with impunity. The Ve ran b Oil cures all achei and pains. Round-Tri- p Green's Electric Tickets, Good 40 Says ord Roller Mill Company," and Its principal pljcj Fast Trains for Now York. Tuesday It was cruel wcrk to us to do it , "Golden Mean," I think, lies in asking lov For Hie by McRoberts A. Stagg at 60c. of business Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky Ilia Direct Route to At Low Excursion Rates to Neosho, Mo,; 3. Tbe general natuto of the business ts the purhad no time for a day's visit and ingly, earnestly, trustingly once, expecting but we Florence. Abilene, Independence. Baxter Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at Springs, Recce, Helton, Council drove, Kingman, chase and aae of gtaln. the manufacture and sale Lynchburg. Daavllle, Norfolk and all Vlrglnl and Notlb Carolina I'olnn. it would have been simple punishment to thenceforth to receive. This, logically, cuts 50c, at McRoberts .1 Stagg's. lienor, uoernn anu ooneca, nansas; luiuuiuui, of flour and meal, and the purchase and tale of For tickets and lurthar InlorniHtlon, apply to Grand Island, Lincoln and Valentine, Neb.; haye had them meet us at 4 in the morn us oS from ajking Witt; and this, I doubt coal. your uean-i- t tlitNt office or addrwa W, W. Mon and Oiard, Ark; Palestine, San Antonio, tag for a brief hand shake. So we said not, is most acceptable, of all prayer to God. Taylor, Wichita Falls, Waco, Laspnei, Balrd, i The cspltal stock li uuthoriz d lo be 110,000 roe, (loutral Agent, Lexington, Ky, AiDany anu aiiuianu, aexas. divided Into ahares ol $50 each to be at tbe W.CJ. WICKIIAM. nothiog about our coming till we were past The next best, perhaps, is, if we don't expect, II. H rVI.UKH. 2d Vice Pieildenl. Directory may determine and direct. Gan'l IVn'r Ag'i Stop-orTuesday we spent in the city, already bo to keep on asking, till the dull heart Is will bo Allowfrt S. Tbe corporatioa ihall begin buslneis Feb II, Privileges Loulsv lie, Kr. Ilaby was aick, we gave ber Ca.toria, When overjoyed to slowly raised to the expectant point, where, dear to us, which we ware 13S7, and terminate 25. year thereafter. To examine the Lands aad Country, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, C, Theaflalrsof tlieCohipany ahall be conducted Toe "Madame" had our sams room of course, alone, the blessing is to be found. uKJi F Purchasers of Land will have the Price of their When alio became Miss, aha clung to Castoria, Tick, by a board of six directors, wh shall elect a I'rest-IdeTitkets refunded, Extension Round-tri- p ready for us. But the repetition is indeed a "vain" one, els at Low rates to rasuy other points may be se- " II T31 V When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria Secretary, Treasurer, neither othc being TJINT I MT. emed at Stations to which you purchase tickets. A Lenten (?) breakfast on broiled oysters, if it be founded on any supposed slowness Incompatible with tbe otberr, and shall appoint d'JANFtiKD, KY. tenderloin, with or unwillingness of our God to give all at broiled sheephead and trout such other officers and agents a may be deemed Incorporators ah ill v"'"' 'ue Main Street, two doors b i II yon Think of Moving WcHt nrcessary. The tartar saucs, at FabacherV; a "bird's eye" His disposal. in the constitute tho Drst Board or Directors and their top of the Cjstom-Houjof course, hardly touches another Tola, P'ire Nitrous Oxide Oai .dtnlnlitersj Call on any of our agent i who will promptly an. frm the hen swer all Inquiries and furnish valuable tnforaa-tlo- n succewors shall be elected on tbe Snd Saturday reiju red transparent brightness, meet reception of feature of "asking amiss," mentioned by of January, !8S, and annual y at the nue time homestead in regird to price of Lands, laws In any of the Western (hereafter. and tha lit day of spring; a run out to theSpan-hhFo- St. James, when the answer comes not, bebta(e. Will call on you at your homes if desired, we nrtitlly reeoniBMnj Sister cause the thing asked for would inevitably on Like Pontchartraio; 7. The highest Indebtedness of the Company turnlsh tickets to any point, ynurOllnl,(mtJ, All person are notified not to pass through our and household goads shipped at lowust, rates, and shall at no time exreed tf .300. kno.n to ui Ixmonhu-- i God loves His chilEochester to dine with us, at Fabasher's be misappropriated. r i to t an (.Itct. llnnit rutrinnall v tn f titLlnf. .mi, lino t.a an. I premises without special permlssloa, as we will 8, The private property ol corporators anl JBawOit,.el..il uara.V s, ,V Haluje ioIJ conilJir. seeing you comfortably stirted on your journey. again; a sound night's rest at 82 Bourbon dren too well to place what, in Itself, is a enforce the law agilnst those who do. attwBtrltiiM. SMe.anllntTcry o.a l; stockholders aball b exempt from corporate leMt uenicuiier that tun asitit.iLC). Is rendere.1 Ireo uf hainUtautltlactlcn. fresh and ready for an. blessing, in hands and hearts unfitted for street; and we were charge. C. W. PARI3. MJ Xrioait). it, WITHER'', , ,T. ., FOSTER. lrjr. Aleolt A- Mil, Cent. Passenjtr Agent, IS W ttb st , Cincinnati, U.S. LACKEY, its reception by a preconceived purpose to other meeting. . S. H. SHANK G. A. A.JS. FF.LASD, J0UN F.BARNARD, llulun, M. r. W. B.3HATTUC,. ' VV ( Clnclnnitl,sapii WELCH VORE3TUiREtI). .1.11, HILI.EIt, (ten. Pis. Ag'L Pres acd Gen'l Man'gr, Our train for Houma was rather early put it to ignoble uses, Erer in Jesus, Sjlifcf Drugjlitl. Stanford, Ky. Cincinnati O. 2CI tf. . fewntu iwGeo O Babkfs. cciufert, but we retired at 0 for our 5 Sewi-ffllctUDlnttrior lonrmrf Livery, Training, Feed, SALE STABLE GEORGE BARNES d, THE lip 203-6b- i. j ons i:Tt: jr 7 wmmJ mm I! Ifl JACKSON HOUSE, '( llrllr 207-Cr- a. MNE KOAIt POWDER Absolutely Pure. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KT, Propr and L J. B. WILLIS, Proprlotor. SUl-l- at 'ii n I'MOToYirtlMIEU, O a, 1 tl BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment oxjmnm lKOIEKTY CONTAINING ACRES r.l at- -' 1 tB. Y iwo-nor- DinECTOIWt A W-t.- er OFPICEnei A NEW FAST MAIL -- mm-festoon- , O. & M. in d riu-plo- Tlr-tu- o. IS THE TIME. y, TttAIN a, Tex-arka- J ;.i cr 4 tj t. UUB-ITMA- e- r above-nam- 'IT-- e, rt POftX'ED ;t., I Tvl 1 beck, g1 - ) isr , f Wf fi. ei.uii.