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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887031501 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. Semi 0 WeeUl lifefwf VOL. XVI. 5m Wlftlill NO. 211. UK, XYUB.1. JAB. O. (IIVESS, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1887. EH V mcreeives. The poit bellum oxperience of vic'im to the fallacy of our 'Declaration of OARRARD COUNTf DEPARTMENT. these excellent people has been a very sad Independence," which, whatever may have Lancaster. one. Everything went to rack while they been the condition of things at a Tne Indian show returns here Wedneswere offalmotto a man fighting desperately date, files into tho faco of everything I'ubfiarictf Ttteailauannil t'rlilnva for their hopeless csuse. Then, impover in heaven and earth when it asserts tbat day ud will remain until April 1. AT William E. Brent and Miss Martha lahed, uncompensated for the property they "all men are creted free and equal.', Lawson were licensed to wed Tbursdav. S'J I'KHANNUM.OAHII. had boen deprived of, crushed bv carpet Which is none the less nonensIcal nnd unTne postoffice is opn Sunday morning baggcry, without ctpilal to renew costly true, because it is crystall'.el in so respectthat l.M will be understood If weerwllt from 10 until 11:30 for the delivery of the demanded. Pectcd and and keep up with able a document as our American "Magna mail, which comes on the lato troin Stur-da- y latest improvements, prices fallen, everyCharln " I have often wondered how Jefnight thing at loose ends, these intrepid souls ferson had the cheek to write it; (if he did; W. P. WALTON' The ladies of tho Presbyterian church bravely began a struggle against tho "slings Ingersoll says Tom Paine wrote it and that will in a. few weakis pressnt the oratorio, . --- J 'i and arrows of outrageom fortune," and sentence docs sonnd like (ho author nf the "Under the Palm," the proceeds to go to e'rovo to rebuild their shattered fortune" "Age of Keison") or those old slavo holdthe church. O. from the ruins of their forum greatness. ers to sign it; with human elavrrr by the No one in Lancaster was surprised at Some, exceptionally favored with credit, million giving the lie to tbe opening sentbe cold wave, which came Sunday night. And NOTHING ELSE or independent means, succeeded. Hut QOD 18 IS LOVE tence of the solemn "declaration." When 19 young men come out wearing with the tno'l, (lib fuht was as hopeless At any rate that infinite untruth will white hats this time of the year, something rilA-lMElTltJL.011I. from tho bf ginning nn the courageous onsets je sweep tbe world into the vortex of comunusual may be looked for. in favor of tho "lost cause" And that ie munism; for when tho wild world once gets Houma, La., March 8, 18S7. J. N. Ison, a prominent farmer of Lowthe fornior proprietors educated up to that point, God help the He in Louisiana of Dkau Interior: Thl" Pariah er Garrard, made an assignment last week derich and prosperous of the earth who will to Mr. J. G. Sweeney, of this place. the Mellon called (he "Sugar Howl," being of tuosoil clinging with the tenacity of His of the bent producer! of the Mccharlne spair to their old homesteads; sinking deep be running to "inner chambers to hide liabilities amount to about $0,000; asets one agthemnele" from tho howling mob, clamor- thought to bo sufficient to cover tbat cane in tlie State. Notably, the Teche er and deeper in debt, nnd awaiting tho of u, on Uy ony of the final foreclosure, tho bourne from ing for their supposed heaven descended amount. county, which lie! just wtt whence few travelers return. It is all very "rights." I see tbe resistless march of this ou Teche, the crntrenf IheeURir intereat, Mt, John II. Woodcock went to Som pathetic, but when the dtnouancnl does terrible falsehood already beginning. Tbe Te no Kinne U hard to beat. but erset 8unday. Mr. W. O. Sweeney has re Thia in the iponRiest country I have ever come, and the impecunious owners of those hydra is beginning to uncoil its fold! and turned from Cincinnati. Dr. Elias Fisher, fine properties have disappeared in this ter- feel its strength. It will soon spring upon visited. It is unique in this respect. It is who has been sick for several weeks, is able of the alluvial deposit between rible tnlizfmcnl Uiat sems inevitable, then its prey. Alas for those who rejected God's to bo out again. Mr. II. T. Logan went to made up capital will take hold of abandoned estates communism 1,000 years ago and in its stead Jive main bayous that spread out like the Cincinnati Saturday to remain about eix bayous ate and tho wilderness will Rgaln "blossom ns bare chosen the selfish course whereby "the weeks. Mrs M E. Holmes is convalesribs of a fan. Thwc Louisiana a rich havo grown richer and the poor poothe rose." As the lire in Chicago ruined jui g'ntru They are short, ahiKgUh rivers, cing. generation of men, but in the end Improved rer" Even now they might retraco their with feeble current, fbwinu ijulfwards and Col. William Hoskins, Miss Ida Mos-kinthe city, so the rejuvination of Louisiana step'. But they will not. They are doomof varving depths. They do not bead in Mr. Maurice Hoskins, of Sweetwater, will come over the burled hopes and ach- ed. "Strikes" are appropriately named. spring!. They juit btgin and tnd without Teun., Mrs. White and eon, of Memphis, ing hearts of a noble class of men and woThey "strike" deeper and harder every are visiting Mrs. D. R. Collier. Capt. any apparent reason. They are not fed by E. who will go down before the inevitatime. By and by tbey will deal a blow W. Lillard has removed to his handsome visible tributaries, as other rivers. In fact men, they aie just so many open drains, receiv- ble, to make room for others, who may or that will "strike" down all opposition. new residence on Lexington avenuo. Mr. may not take their places in honorable es- Then tbe deluge. ing the contributions of the saturated soil Simon D. Iliggins, of Crab Orchard, was in teem, but rho hait monty. And "money Apart from the political section of tbe town Sunday. Col Charles Gallagher is in from unnumbeied percolations beneath. 01 makes the mare go" in this devil's world, colored people here, we find the old elate course all rivets are only open drains, only is in Cincinnati. be difltr where it seems as If all progrei', all life, all population about as it was before freedom lhee dull water course) seem to LAND. STOCK AND CROP excellence, had to pay a toll-feof heart's struck them. They are the same long sufent, because the source cf their fullness blood before it is allowed a showing and fering, patient, thriftless, dependent race A No. 1 milk cow and young calf for sreout of sight. that thece gulf outward prosperity must ever have a cross that they have been and will be till another sale B K Wearen. It startles otic to We have S good work) mules for sale varying distances, of shame and vicarious suffering to precede dispensation dawns. Still they are, as they pariihes are fringed ler it. Oh, it is ad, sad indeed! It have been, suffering for the sins of their J. F and B G. Gover, Stanford. what it termed "tl a'ing prai inland, with For Sale. S mules and 10 milk cows. Ours is the most easterly of the five bay- progenitors of many generations back", be rie." You shall dig down in any part of Bright, Ky. this expanse of apparently solid ground lor ous that run north and south in the follow- cause this is the devil's world and injustice W. W. and S, E. James Gardener's stable in Louisyille the clear water ing order: Terre Ibnnc, Iilack, Grand Caii-lo- and oppression are the order of the day. a few feet and ciUthfiih from head of fine muter; Little Caillou and D Luge. When And will be till Jesus comes to right the burned and with it undernoath. Tn vigorous reed growth, ' I say ours is the largest of these, understand wrongs of ages. I believe, tbat in secret, loss $5,000. with its fibrous roots, feeding and floating Thirteen hundred bales of cotton stored oa wall r, and in course of years forming a that everything is relative in this world, many of the older ones, to whom "distance of decaying tope, and that our Terre ISonne the great is more lends enchantment to the view," and time in Jacob Yorheea' cotton shed, at Memphis, soil from the anntnl fill were burned. encroicben .lowly upon the salt tea, push- like a straggling duck puddle, with its has wrought forgelfulnesa of what slavery For 8ale. A splendid milk cow and fringe of pond lilies and aquatic plants, al- really was, long for tne "old timet" to come ing back its watert from the shallows and a young calf. Terms reasonable. R. E. there most meeting across and only a thin rib- back. "Making a living," in substituting its own brackish stream) superincumbent mart band of water in the centre, to mark the freedom, moans harder work and much less Burow, Stanford. for. Then as the R, II Bronaugh sold the jack adverthicaeni and settles nearest shore, the new channel, A steamboat of average width real enjoyment than they had on the lower would rake the mud of either bank with its plane of servitude. A nice, respectable tised in this paper to M. II, Bohon, of soil above joios the old submerged soil and Bayou Black, colored woman, with whom we had.a chat "Wayne, for $400. become solid, if rather spongy, land fit for paddle wbetls, inevitably. Will Hubble has sold his stallion, the cultivator's eflorts Bat a tl nting prat which I visited yesterday, inspecting a in the waiting room of tbe Southern Pa-- n.l sugar plantation, and which the cific Wednesday morning, spoke for a great Cleveland, by his father's On Time, to a with beautiful U t. . !.!- - . IL.I - tl. .!... Missouri man for $850, the tide, is unpleasantly suggestive; as If owner of the place assured me once had er number of her race than many are J. P, Simmons is slopping 1,000 hogs steamers constantly plying ou it, as well as aware of. She was putting her old mother place whore one is some fine night tbe at the Silver Creek distillery. He paid ing in fancied security rqlght poasiblv be numerous craft of tbe leuer pretentions aboard tbe train to go back to her country Register. $4 50 for them. come detached from (he mainland and slide was wholly invisible, for miles, save for the home in one of tho back parishes, and we One thonsand bushels selected seed that were attracted to ber br the tender soliciis meandering bed of the tuarah-reedIt oil into the ocean to parts unknown. marked its courst. It loo awaits the gov- tude of the child for the parent. She was oats. Price as low as they can be bought like living on a wharf boat, with the anywhere. Wearen & Menefee. of the cable attachments being ernment dredge boat and tbe good time repeating plain directions to the old woman A department of Agriculture report coming before its sparkling waters can sa- as to what she was to do and where to get uvered unexpectedly, conulantly in view the lute tbe sun and sky once more. All these oil and what to do alter she got off, all of shows tbat 30 per cent, of last year's corn Our position is 15 or -- 0 miles from crop remains in the farmer's hands, floating prairie, and we seem to be fast an- bayous abound in .excellent fish and edible which seemed to give herj profound anxiedeto grief at a elsewhere yield ty, lest her mother should come H. C. Bagby, Iliseyillc, sold a good chored to the continent. But tbe very crawfish, which here who can be thus delighted. I some stage of tbe journey or 0 other. And farm mule, 5 or G years old to M. N. De- proximity to such an unsettled state of af- light to those to fish much, but as I'rtsldeut not without reason, for the good old lady pauw, of Lincoln county, leet week, for fairs la calculatoJ to mike sensitive nerves never cared Glasgow News. possibilities of a Lincoln said to the poet, who asked his seemed quite dazsd with the!' bustle going $115. tingle a lltt'e, when the of Tbe total number of hogs packed this wave" of superlative power and pro- opinion of his wearisome production: "For on around her, and listened in a state "tidal who like that sort of thing, I should hopoless consternation) tojthe perplexing reason in Chicago is 700,000 lees than a portion! are considered. And one feels like those say it is just the sort of thing tbey would exhortations of her nervous daughter. "She year ago, whereas Cincinnati, St. Louis and climbing up the bank a little higher, when like," And fiih in the bayous are ad libit-ur- has nevor been to the city and don't know Kansas City show an increase, one coniiders tbat this whole country is onBen Robinson, of Garrard, lies pur So with game of nearly every sort. nothing 'bout trayelin', and I'm so 'fraid ly S or 'J feet above the lord of the gulf. The South, in spots, is swarming with deer, she'll have trouble I don't know what to chased already 2,500 lambs at 5 cents for Still there is also comfort la ths thought turkey, ducks and geesa And these to do," the daughter said to Marie, apolo- those delivering between June 10 and July that this country hai etooi firm for a good bear, 1 and 1 cents for July delivery. never could tell why haunts of tbe sivagest and wildest game getically "You see, mammy is ono of tie minyagec; though I J. II. Hocker bought of Smith Baugh-ma- n wonJrously near tho abodes of men old kind, before de wab. S'tu, I was a are New U.'letns, for example, has not long for R, W. Hocker snd J. S. Denny, You shall plunge out of a mporb cotton young gal when (Miss Lincoln freed us all. elnce Men washed ino the sen; nor why, (ime with Kansas City, a brown msrs for $275 and of Waters plantation in tho Yazoo delta, into almost But I (ell you, ma'am, Imany a any day, tho nful old wo had our old missus back.; I'se had a Ike Adler, a black gelding for $500. Impenetrable forest jungle, where everyshould no! iu a violent ranip'ge send tho Cup T. A E kin adyertiaes his splenthing, almost, you can cull for in the way htrd (ime sioce freedom. La me, chile, whole roncorn "kiting" through Ciptaiu of large game, fairly swarms. And yon how I have workedl Slavery was nothlti' didly bred young stallion, Arthur SimB, in Kids' i,ev jetties at the South lVta?. The step a few miles outride a stigsr planta to it. Andden, deee gals dey are raisin' another column. He Is built for speed and security l about the samo that one feeld In cui tion, into wilderness and pavigery of forest no! D&r got ecnool sense and book. seme, endurance and belongs to a family all of shooting the rapids of tho St, Lawrence, life only read about in bonks, until ono but dey is jea dlsp!able, 1 tell you! Gib whom go in 2:30 or les. which, I distinctly remember, gave mo The Agricultural Department has sees it for himself At th last ovnttlow, in me mammy and daddy sense, ebery time. comfort, you ago, when 1 thought that 10 slaughter of the Dcy ain't no 'count;dey icin't work; dey $500,000' to apply without any restriction to 1883, there was a sickening yr,l further and our fine steamboat must wretched creatures, who, to escspo the wa won't work. Dsyjes think 'bout dressln' the extirprtion of and kindling wood by the savage be split Into ter. were caught crowded on little islets and deyeelyes. Dai's all.j (,Ia!n't got no uae intends to make a vigorous and general 1,aJ rock ledges ahead -- l Tbl n0 ,iv" campaign against that contagion which has simply murdered by thoughtless men and fur dem at alt." bsen lost or li at sunk In making that boys. ever was almost extermination and has she resumed her anxious at spread so widely among cattle. And then It particular plunge Into an abyss of seething sensibly iflecled the game market ever tentions to her old;mammy. But her words The liabilities of the Gilbert tobacco roaring water and jagged limefoam and set me to thinking, The last we Baw of her warohouse at Louisyille instead of $75,-00since stone. will reach $175,000, and tbe assets are There ate 13 "colored" repreaetatlvea in she was executing a sort of nervous hornWell, our spongy pulsh, so fertile and the Louisinna legislature. There are colored pipe on the station floor, waving iier arms a little more than the warehouse property plcturefiaein Its spread of augir plant the S,t oHicera of every grade; colored lawyers wildiy to the old mammy as long as the itself. It is said that the firm owes noarly tions, has five main biyom, spread like each beginning and no- and then; and that condition of things old lady kept her head out of the win $100,000 to farmers and tobacco growers fingers of one's hand, out in the State. mark the preponderance of the colored dow. ending Independently; and each subserving that L. W. Hudson sold last week his crop We had a drenching rain last night, our the vote. Tne blacks as a whole in the State admirably its purpo; first, to drain to its care: and sec outnumber the whites, but thi!, of course first wet weather since Mississippi, and our of lobicco, between 10,000 and 50,000 i...iin.. is not the case in everv parish only in Terre-Bonn- e bayou is booming. Which pounds, at $150 per hundrel from the ondly, to gle navigation to floating craft, spots But the colored vote is the goal of means that the proud lilies are all sub- ground up, delivered at house, It was of the soil. that may bear cfl the products every politician's hope; and one can easily merged and the little streak of water in the grown on 25 acrss of land. Heavy broke bellum days, when every sugar In ante prince, with his army imagine how this fact has demoralized even centre has swollen into quite a respectable mules are $25 per head higher th in they planter was a feudal were 25 days ago. Advocate. bayous were a proud and spirited people. The tempta- creek. of serf! and retainers, these Our old friend, Ben Robinson, of Gar tion is simply irreslstablp, and I need not We are having glorious meetings, far bewent up alive with business. Steamers the house point out how things are worked in gaining yond our most sanguine expectations. rard, has struck it rich for once. He and down before the door of bought some time ago 250 head of hogs canal, a mile that coveted vote1 "The love of money is Praise the LORD! Ever in Jesus, where I am writing. The from Jerry Caldwell, of Boyle, for future Geo. 0 Barnes. the root of all evil," tbe scriptures say The Bayou at long that joined the Terre Bonne delivery at 4 cents and the same number nearest lust of power, I think, is the largest bough TWvou Black, at their it- Tne fiistest (tain in the world is said to from Madison parties at the same figures stalk (hut grows from inrnnch. tsnow dry as a bone, nn the accursedmay not write as I thinkthis be oni between London and Bristol, (Eng.), The market value of hogs in Cincinnati .,.,- JJJllii. v. on In the days awful root. I makes the distance (1181 miles) in yesterday was G.10 cents. thougu It too tinted steamers aubiect.. lest I should give ofiense that which I !. 120 minutes. As rapid time is made by a QUC UJ Smith & Johnson, of Lynnville, Tenn., p..,.lmdv hereabout is waiting for "(be would mar my work. But I know thought number of American trains, but not for so were in this and Washington county lart and South are pondering when the shriek of the ful men North ROod time coming," week buying mules. Tbey bought of R crisis and are beginning long a stretch. festive steamboat will tbe gravity of the whi-tl- e from the dredge-boat- s to seo that a race just released from bond-ag- o It is stated that a msrble statue of Isaac H. McElrojr 11 head at $00 per head; of eain be heard, and the government to keep need an educst'.on or preparation of Walton, who, In tbe lO.h century, earned Sidney Green 13 head at $77 50 per head; will nKin be in requisition .some sort before tbey are fit (o be entrust the title of the father of angling, is to be and of Alex, Riley, of ibis county, 20 at all clear department of a erected in a niche of Westminster Abbey, $92 50 per head; also of A. Lee 7 at $30 like many oj ed with the At present tbe bayous are Nelson Record. per head, of their far- - great country. And so Louisiana is still a London. the plantations mere shadows Hotary Public. AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 it ' ' r , mL4k. 'ry V ST Asy .. liUlWANI i Filth Ktrcct, & LOUISVILLE, Itoom3 and 5, Cromla . . Block. (I9i5-ly- ICY. GEORGE BARNES J CREAM yw so ww'imM mr iui in not wj ' insMi PEARSON & CLARK, i h . IFr&ty.KV&lr .o i Wholesale Grocer's 12 & i LEXINGrTON,KY. ft 'M LEXINGTON, KY. l.l West IVInln tgtrcot. 203-6- I 00Krery tack guarantee W. S. DOYVNTOS. For Sale at a Bargain. I offer lor ule prlrateljr In HtanrorJ, Ky., a very .leslraUa reslJenco with saToa ro.inj and of water at the door; (table, itnokahoute, ut an ."" or" ground In the lot. For terms, Ac, apply to . ALhiHtV, 1CS' Agent for J. K. Allord. porch-We- .M"& to give iatlsfactliQ.-&- u a. nowss O, FOX DOWNTOItf i& FOX, LIVERY ES. SALE AND FEED STABLES N. W. Cor. Main and Fourth Streets, II. FOX, The Photographer, DAXVIIXE, - KENTUCKY. s, New 8 lable, New Hones, New Vehicles. 8m-cl- al 2K-tt- . attention to Commercial Men. Iauvill;, - - - - Ky. 9IILLORY. Ism dally opening an elegant line of Fall Millin ery, inciuuingaii I Frames Mario to Order. The Latest Novelties of the Season. e ln Alio Notloai, uch u Handkerchief!, Collin and Cuff, Ruchlog, Coneta, Bustlea, etc. You will And me at the roomi lately Tacatd by Smiley A Warren, next door to tho Myora Home. i ' lC2-2- PILHTOS ! KATE liUODKllAIl. WOOD WALLACE. watt cocuiax. Oa-sle- WALLACE&COCHRAN, GENTS' FURNISHERS, S13, 4th u, 2-- Street, LOUISVILLE, 190-2- - - - KY. ear 3r JSrM- jtjM NEWCOM15 HOTE7, MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel li atlll mainreputation. Charge reatonable. flpeclalattentlon to tke trarellng public. 31. JP. XEWCOSIB, Pro'r. Mt. Vernon, y. n We are opening thora cat carefully selected, finest and best stock of J the i Tali old and taining 1U fine PIANOS AND ORGANS w ' rt Crer brought to this city. Erery tnsliument'li the pride of an artist and price range from lOjto 25 percent, lower tnan other dealers ask for the same goods. Persona ol musical and art culture axrinTlted to an Inspection of the beautiful, cultl. rated, refined tone and aitlal designs ol these celebrated instruments: MACK BKUCE'S Tito a Buggy & Implement House. I hare now y d Kuabc, tho Famous Decker & Son, the Popular Everett and the Itcllablo Now England Flanos, The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and the John Obnrch (t Oo. Organs. World-renounc- A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills and othor Agricultural Implomonta, Betide nd prices. Please communicate with us for catalogues, term S. i Fall Line ol Baggies and Wagons Alwayi on hand. In connection with my plement builneu, I will alio carry a Im- -. man, Lancaster, Ky. Or ROSE K. T.ICHABD, References: A. R. Penny, Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips, J, M. .Moore and Jama, bets-le- y, Stanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes. Crab Orchard; Gen. W.J. Landram and Miss Little Huff13J-Iy- It. Jb L. J. COOIl, Special Ag'ts, Mtanford, Ky. r Complete Stock or Lumber, Both rough and dressed. n Prices on OTerythlng ai Low us any ouc. Iioltcltaibareof H2-'-- L.&N. Louisville & Nashville E. R. -- your.'patronage, Respectfully, I. JI. nitCCE. TUB URKAT- - 1FOK 8JJL7E! Valuable Heal Booms. l'lMlOUGU TRUNK LINE 10 TUK Estate nnd Store -- As Executor ol Lewis Y. Thill pi, deed, I tiler for sale, ou easy tonns, the following nal estate In and near the growing town ol Lancaster, Garrard SOUTH & WEST WITH county. Kentucky; One Brick town, now used as a Htore-roo- pleuro-pneumoni- a, 0 - .nti-uate- other as an Undertaking establishment. With this block will be sold II desired a lot of ground adjoining. One (arm with house and othor n ISock, the Lexington Turnpike, J miles Slew Mobile trom Lancaster, of 13 acres. One Karuot 140 acres, SV miles from Iancastcr, near the Lexington Pike, unlmproyed, with house Only one change to points In and necessary outbuildings. One farm, unlmprored, 3 miles from Lancaster, Ky., on tho Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. And also a tract of 20 acres on Gilbert's Creek, about 4 tulles from Lancaster. As executor, I desire to sell all this property, lam empowered by tbe will to make deeds to it. A fine chance is now otleied to those desiring homos or lnreitments. Seeking homes on the line of this road will recelr For lull particulars address my Attorney, H.T. special rates. Noel.LtDcaster, Ky or the undersigned at Stanaraeo Agents of thl Company lor ratce, route ford, Ky. at.l'HILII'S, Ac, er write 200 3m. Executor. C. P. ATMORE, O. P.AT.Aj, Loulsrllle, Ky, on Public Square ol said room. One framo Htore-rooon the Public Squaro, noj un-as a lamlly grocery room, Two Store-room- s on Richmond Street, near Public Square, one now used as a Millinery Store, tbe dry-goo- Pullman Palace Sleepers, EioitlMvlile to NitNllVillC, Memphis, Montgomery, ami neceurylm-prorements.o- Utile Orleans. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS J. Wall Paper, .:. Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. g B. K. WEAREBT, Stanford. - r i" i 4 c,v jk( - - fr - jfliJfc.i.1, ', m-- v .ijVi--.aw- r 3tftartafc. .iril 7t T"" - - - S!BSiPMBHHBMIM -- - . r.i --- ., --- J L " " "'" "' ft ' " rfswra.-gwr.i7nMa,-gJi- m ' ' '''V'Tr'r ,") - ll JSJ J- - "f " "- - 4. j A &3fm 's.Sk1 fJ3ESS&t & 5 MtalBmltaMUIW'MMIIlliniWlllllClml'MMLtajl r f Con-corttu-33tdito $nkrk$otirira! March 15, 1837 Stanford, Ky,, W. P. WALTON. been couaiderable talk in bin part of tlie Stale in regard to tbe fact that Prof. H. K. Taylor, cindidate for guperin-tonde- nt Tiieue has of public instruction, did not vole ,for Cleveland, hut caat his billot for SI John. Writing to uo about it, the Pro feasor says that he did vote for the prohi bition candidate for Pieaident, although he voted for trie ret cf tho democratic ticket entire, remarking nt tho time, "I da not care a cent for St, John and do not believo in temperance- aa a political queHion, but, - as I can role upon a purely moral question and not injure the interest of my part in this overwhelming democratic 8tale, I ho lievc I will vote for temperance " With thia excopl ion Prof. Taj lor aaerta that he has alwaya voted tho straight democratic ticket and he challenges anybody to pro duce a rounder record than hi. ia pacing Rtranye that the men who bold tho highest pwitiona in religious cir cles and arc trusted and apparently exemplary members of society, should be the ones oftener than otherwise to turn out thieves and swindlers. Cashier King, of theCynthiiiia bank, irss a Sunday-schoo- l teacher, a deacon in the Baptist Church of that place and had acted in the capacity of moderator at the general meeting or Association of that sect in that county for a number of years, was a member of the school board and member of the city council Beveral times. One thing can be said in Mr. King's favor, however, he did not step off to Canada when detection was inevitable, but line Judas of old, he went and killed himself as such men ought always to do. It Josh Smith, as the Richmond EtgisUr calls Falcon, has been proved a falsifier of the record by saying to Goy. McCreary appointed a republican pootmaster at Nich-olvillThe appointee turns out to be the truest democrat in tbe county and besides democrats petitioned for 452 Simon-pur- e his appointment. Falcon ehould be a little more particular in taking his text. e. ,. The talk about tho republican legislaKin-dall'- a ture of district in Cangreaao as to shut him his refusal to-- agree to oat, is all boab. reform he has served the republican tariff party more signally than ten of its own members could havedone. Itf who foisted the standard nuisance upon the country are now entime system adopt deavoring to have the r ed upon the railroads. They claim that it easier to say half past will be a great-dea- l 23 o'clock, for instance, than 11:30 V. St. The same men fi" J !,' ;u The wild speculation rampant over the H ia euro to end in a panic in tho money market. The booms will soon, burst especially where there is no ground for them, and there will be more flat people than were ever known. country A pot hunter in Georgia came upon a covey of twelve partridges huddled together on the ground. He fired into tho bunch and murdered eloven. and then kilied the twelfth with his second barrel as it tried to fly away, Tiik Bourbon iS'eitJ contains a splendid cut of its favorite gubernatorial candidate, Gen. Buckner. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. 0. K Woia hits been appointed postmaster at Aobland. The Massachusetts House defeated tho woman suffrage resolution. The Huntington bridge at Cincinnati ia to be 43 feet above high water. Six hundred casss of cholera have oc curred in Chili, South America. Oil has been rtruck on the river a few miles below Parkersburg, W. Va. There ia talk of testing the constitutionality of the Interstate commerce act. Levenson & Cj., wholesale dealers in clothing, New York, have failed for $285,- 00. Courtlnnd Owens, son of Dr. Owens, of Pulaski, was perhaps fatally kicked by a mule Saturday. Saml. F. Besse was hanged at Plym outh, Maw , for the murder and robbery of Richard N. Lawton. Tho circulation of standard silver dol-li- ra out of a total coinage of $256,471,047. The strike of the printers in Milwaukee has ended in the complete defeat of the Typographical Union. Twenty shires of stock in the First National Bank of Harrodsburg, sold at $144 to $140 par share. The four National Banks of to the mond have individual of $548,303.15. amount The total number of appointment rules for tbe made under the last three years is 031. John O. New, formerly aedstant Secre tary of the Treasury, Buffered a severe par alytic stroke at Washington. The Tennessee Legislature has passed a bill making it a misdemeanor to keep open barbsr sbnpi and bath rooms on Run-daia now $57,214,610 Rioh-deposits civil-service y, ControllerlDurham says tbe $100,000 appropriated to provide arms and equipments for tbe militia ia not available till July 1. Three masked men forced James Muse, an exprera messenger, to open the safe in the office at Coleman, Texas, whence they secured expresa packages containing over $3,000. benefit of his grocsr that when he eonds for A legislator cawhidel an editor at spice be ilea not cue to havo onions, spico, C. N. We have just roturned from a delightThree hundred c'tlzjni aro under arms ful visit to friends in the country. Oar dried peachBs,ginger,asaf(ntida,&o , thrown in Muhlenberg county to resist the collec- absence from homo accounts for no letters together promiscuously into 'a paper sack. He thinks the grocer is suspicious or supertion of tho tax upjn tho bonded debt. from CO during the past two weeks. stitious about something. S. T. Leavy w is nominated for State --rMiss Jennie Lindsay is very low with It is Bixid tho Mnsonto Lodge hero will Sanatorand U. W Giry for tho Legisla consumption. Mr. Dan Ilolman's little shortly surrender its charier to the Grand Saturday. ture by primary in Woodford Bon, Jim, haa been quito ill, Miss Hettie cloao up its a flairs. For some CaarleaE. Bowman, of Danville, has Harris and Mr. Wm. Garnett are very sick Lodgo and reason the lodgo has not been holding meetagent for the also. been appointed spechl timber Misa Maggio Dunn, who ia visiting ings for nearly two years and it has been General Land Olli:o at $1,200 per anMrs. Whit Montgomery, gave a party last decided to make the above move. num. --- AT Yes. Bro. Craft, tho air is fairly full of Charlton II. Way, of Georgia, has Friday night in honor of the young ladies etc., In seconding the boen appointed Comul General at St. Peand gentlemen who have called on her. hands, hats, canoj, tersburg, vies Gan. Pierce, M. B. Young, Wa have heard it spoken of as a very nomination of tho Hon. D. N. Williams to resigned. represent this and Laurel countiej in the occasion. We believe he could A wayward son of Tiffany, tho great Col. T. B. Domarec, who lectured hero next L?ialnttire. Now York jeweler, married n proattluto week before last, succeeded in organizing a make the race successfully if any one in durinar a drunken pprcoand hia father has Good Templars Lodge. There nVe now the party can, nnd we hope he will accept disowned him. . 35 membetB and moro will join this week. the nomination and on to victory. Mrs. D C. Poynter went to Garrard In a Dght between two families at Fay- They meet regularly every Tuesday night ette, Mi-- s, Lud Churchill and James Orr in the Odd Fellows hall and report the Sunday. Old Gan. Lio is very low with were killed, and one of Churchill's sons lodge to be in a very flourishing condition. rheumatism and ia not expected to live. mortally wounded. Mrs. Tarraut's assistant teacher, Mr. Mr. Per Hiatt and wife were visiting the The sheriff 'ih ttkan pwjsjajqn of tho M. J, Goodwin, from Lexington, and fami- family ot J. K. McClary during the latter Oironado-Lao- ti (Kansas) rioters, who ly, have taken rooms with her. He ia part of the week. Hugh and Mit Miller fought over the looation of the couuty seat much liked by all of his pupils and both are here from their Kirkaville school for a of Wichita county. ha and his wife are very highly spoken of fow days. Near Brodhead, next Thursday, Henry Ar'iat, colored, was handed, at by all who havo met them. Mr. Goodwin Mr. Wm. H, Eids will be married to Miss Goldaboro, North Curolina, for the murder is an applicant for tho high school here Ella J. Newcomb. He confessed on the next fall. of his James Baker and James Kills had a scaffold, though he had strenuously denied Mr. Robert L, Davis, who has beon little set to at Pine Hilt Saturday. Rocks the crime before. teaching school at Brodhead, has resigned and slicks wsro the weapons used and the niece, his position there and gone to Barbourville air waa fairly darkened for a few minute. Mrs. Baize and her 12 year-ol- d Lucy Justice, were run down on a trestle to engage in the uewapapor business. He with these missiles. No one was hurt. 1 1 buyond Mt S'crling on the Chesapeake & haa been employed by Mr. A. R. Dyche to appears that Baker, who is something of a Onio. The girl's head was cut off and the edit a paper which ho has started there horse trader, wished to examine the mouth old woman's leg was broken. Mr. Davis is a writer of considerable ablll of a horse owned by Kitts and was refused The Illinois Supreme Court has decid- ty, and will, no doubt, make a success of that privilege. This brought on the diffied to hear the arguments on tho motions the work he has undertaken, Oar beat culty. Mr. Baker seems to average about for a new trial for the Ilaymarket Anarch- wishes attend him. The following paragraph", Mltlng lorth torn of one scrimmage per week. thtguuJ thlngi kept by The motion will be The cilizjna at the head of Brush ists next Thursday. Mrs. F. F. Bobbitt is the gueat of Mrs. argued orally, two hours being allowed to Catharine McAlister. Mrs. Crocket Creek in this county are excited over the e, each of the six attorneys. from Nicholasvllle, is visiting Misa discovery of another silver mine. It is At Sandusky, Jerry Fahey was senten- Irene Dillion. Miss Florence Horton, said that eamples of the ore were sent to to the Penitentiary for life for drown- of Manchester, is visiting Mrs. Jael Cooper, Cincinnati some three weeks since and asced ing the illegitimate child of Mary Porter. Mrs. Robert Collier haa been the cuost of sayed $500 per ton. Shafts are being sunk GKOtJKIt, We don't see what is the matter with hang the Misses Doores. Mrs. Will Arnold, in several differ nt placea in tho neighboring a man for such an oflense. MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. from Lancaster, paid a short visit to Mrs, hood for working tbe ore. It is to be The big railroad deal between Garrett James Fish. Mrs. J. L. Yantis and Miss hoped that it will not turn out as many and the Richmond Terminal ia said to be Nellie Yantis, from Garrard, have been other Kentucky mines have done heretoWblteand Yellow Oaloa SU already In ilock. off, at least for the present, although there visiting Mrs. James King. Mr. Alfred fore to be no good, "Theie is no rest for the wicked," and Bulk dJ paptr Garden Nttd la pet TiretT, are rnmors of other negotiations for the Kromer, of Louisville, was here last week a mighty little for a teiegraph operator. IW4t Swt t and Sour I'IciIm, Tomato Catup purchase of the B. &0., the latest being to eee one of our lassies. He works Sundays as well as week days and Prepared Xiiitard. that the Ives syndicate wants it. Last Friday morning our townpcople The Mason, Foard & Gooch Company were surprised to learn that Mr. John Ma-ge- e though it is not often you hear any comAnxellent wlMtlon of Hancr HMpiUtcJy if from any of the rrtelred. now have the contract tor the construction and Misa Bailie Ward had eloped the plaint from him, but of 298 miles of railroad in Kentucky, 40 night before, accompanied by Mr. Fra nk various causes that rise in his experience Tbrre I cot a Utter ol Caaatd (ioodi to l found th3 mice. of which are on the L., St. L. & T. in Wallin and Miss Alice Ward. Although ho should "lly off the handle" a little he Owensboro Messenger. Meade county. tat me Imlit oa your irylsg my Vttttttt and everybody expected that their long attach- surely should be excused when it is taken armed men went to tho res- ment would end in marriage sometime they into consideration that "there is no rest for A band of Jarai. Tby aracjual tohouo-maidence of William Eaton, near Springfield, were not prepared for it just now. Tbe him" and he meets so many unreasonable lour., Are- - andilx gallon Cedar China at Tary Mo., and, breaking down the doors, fired a party went from here to Stanford by pri- persons who)want the earth without paying low price. volley into the house. William E to n and vate conveyance, tcok the '.train there and anything fcrit. Coal Vaif and Ilaeketi at rent -- Our own "Fishie" (J. B. F.) is in from Charles Green were killed outright. Elt- went to Jellico, Tenn , where they were T. R. WALTON. Pioevillo for a two weeks stay on husinets on's aged father was seriously wounded married Friday morning; Mr. Wallin and Mark Hirdln, Uto of Mnllollo, Clirk John Brown, son of John Brown of Miss Alice acted as attendants. The bride, and to meet old friends! and acquaintance. Harper's Ferry, sent a money contribution who ia always lovely and attractive, we He reports thioga booming in his adopted to tho CnarleHon earthquake suflerers. The have been told looked more beautiful than county and that Jndgs Boyd had issued a money was turned over to the Confederate ever aa she stood before the holy man of rule against the county court, ordering home and Mr. Brown notified of its disposi- God and was united in wedlock's holy them to show cause why a new court-hom- e tion. Ha has written a letter warmly ap- bondi to him who had been her lover for and jail should not be built at once. He says an Eoglish syndicate owning a hnn proving of this disposition of it. more than two years. She waa attired in James M. Trotter, the new colored white and a handsomo bridal veil ornamen- dred thousand acres of land in the county, and a Recorder of Deeds at Washington, used ted her pretty head. This is but another has offered to build a court-hous- e to brush coats and shine shoes at the barber- instance showing the uielessness of parents jail at a cost.'of $50,000 and present it to -shop county provided the people will agree of the old Gait House, Louisville, opposing a union when their children favor the and there are oome republicans mean it. The young couple will not return here to let it be built at the mouth .of Yellow enough to say that that ehould have still but will make their home elsewhere, much Creek, about six miles aboye the present site of Pinerillc. It is claimed that the continued to be his business. to the deep regret of their many warm A lively conteat of ballots is pending in friends and none regret their departure new place is a much better site than where Texas. Itia on the question of prohibition. more sincerely than your C, O correspon the cjunty eeat now ia and tho impression It is said tho prohibitionists will raiae a dent. Mr. Magee, you have Iruly won a la that when it cornea to a vote the people fund of $300,000, while the liquor dealers jewol for a help-mee- t. Eier cherish, lovo will accept the proposition of the eyndic.ate will have at thoir di posal $250,000. If the and protect her as becomes a noble hur- - Old Ball ia en a very big boom. I have just received and opened the contest is to be decided by money the pro- band. A host of fnenda loin with me in hibitionists hare the advantage as the case wishing for you both that your lives msy largest and best selected stock of merchan- Commonwealth. dieo that haa been brought to Mt. Vernon now stands. be long and useful and always aa bright a a:w 11 for some year. A splendid line of !r W. B, Comar, contractor of convict tho day that saw you twain made one. goods and notions and more hats than wore with the murder ol John labor, charged Fellow Citizens of Lincoln County: big erer had at one time at I hia placa. O'Brien, a convict ic tho camp nt LexingWhen we farmera get our corn planted stock of Baddies, bridles and blankets. A of that ton, while building the water-work- s city two years ago, was died at George- you shall hear from me at overy public good assortment of plowa and other farmtown and found guilty of contributing to place in the county, at great length and ing implements. A full eupply of hard the death of the convict and sontenced to with some little ability! In tho mean time ware, etovet and tinware kept in stock. P.S.-FI- NE GOODS atClocks, watches andjewclry can be found pay a fine ol $1,000 and to be imprisoned let my host of devoted friends pay no tention to the presumptious democratic in abundance in my houe. Ljta of staple in the county jail eiz months. mob took William Jackson from county committee in calling a macs ccn groceries. 10 pounds (full weight) heat C A jail at Fdlmouth and quietly hung him to vention at Stanford, when there were no sugar for $1 and 11 pounds beit granulated a tree. He had just been convicted, after contending candidates in tho fuldl When for same price. All of this big stock to two years delay, to 20 years imprisonment I open a red hot campaign this committee which I am adding daily will be sold at for the murder of Erode Fryer, when the call will be explained and exposed in all the lowest possible pricea. Come in, bring indignant populace thought that ho ehould its hidioua, naked deformity! With the your friends get) good bargains go home Doalor In- happy and carry the good news to your have been sentenced to death. Since the deepest gratitude, Fontaine Fox Boiibitt. neighbors. Your friend for beat goods and he has been kept in the Covington killing 2; low price, F. L. Thompson, jaif or he would not have eurrived bo long Tho Count of Turnpikes and Steers. Capt. James B. Eids, the great enginA yonng man, almost the image of To the Editor of the Inferior Journal. eer who constructed the jatties below New Madisonvixle, March 0 Please in- Wm. Dunnigan, who ia charged with the and promoter of the scheme for a form me through the columns of your pa- murder of a girl at Livingston some years Orleans, ship railroad across the Isthmos of Pana- per of the number of miles of turnpike in since, boarded the train here for Crab Orma, died at Nassau, March 8, Capt. Eids your county; and, also, the weight of throe chard, a few nights since, claiming to be was one of tho most distinguished of Ameri- very largo eteers raised by Squire Murphy going there to visit relatives. He says he is a cousin of William and Uvea in the can civil engineers and was constantly en- about the years of 1876 or '77. Very "WAX. M. WATEnH,HnIoHmnn. W. S. Mtjcrs. same neighborhood in Jackson county and gaged in some great work like the splendid 4 steers, 3 year-oldhas been often chased by officers of the bridge over the Mississippi at St Louis, the Squire Murphy's weighed 0,000 pounds, tho largest a little law under tho impression that they were jetties at tho mouth of that river, Ac, ' Charles Phelps and Jack Howell are over 2,000 pounds. There are 124 miles of after the alleged murderer who, he claims, the last two Pulaskians to fight to the turnpike in tho county and about 15 miles is still about home and will never ba taken alive. It will be remembered that after death over nn old grudge. When they more in process of construction. the hilling Djnnigan escaped to Arkansas, met Phelps placed his knife against How MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. where, after Botno months, he was captured ell'a breast and remarked: "I've a notion An infant of George Howell died at and returned to this State and lodged in to cut your heart out." Howell placed his the Stanford jail, from whence with other knife against Phelpa' throat and cdolly re- Livingston Sunday. D. Thompson bonght last week in this prisoners ho made hia escape. It is beplied, "Cut away." Phelpa did cut away, lieved by many hero that it waa Wm. Dun but unfortunately for him hia knifo blade county about 200 stock hogs at 3j eta. Willis Adams, Jr., sold Dave Thomp nigan himaelf who took the train here broke ctT at the second thrust. Howell cut son 38 head of ehoats Friday for $05 and he claiming to be a cousin to that person, Pnelps' throat almost from ear to ear. The appointment of a democratic Post- in turn sold to M.J. Miller for $105. In Boston last week 2,000,000 pounds Mrs. G. W, Baker, who has been sick master at Ashland closes out the republiof wool sold at 22 to 30 cents. can presidential postmasters in Kentucky. for Borne time, is growing worse. Our New The President ia strongly inclined to There are about 2,300 presidential Postmas- Albany friend, A. M. Young, is here for a appoint Theodore Cook, of Cincinnati, ters in tho Uaited Statea arid about C50 of few days in the lumber trade. United States Treasurer to succeed Mr. A big saw and plaining mill will eoon them remain unchanged, As the Tenure-of-ofEc- o Jordan. act has been repealed, the placea be erected by a company on the Joel PitThe funeral of Mrs, Ncebs, wife of the Is still telling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement.tha. Bkaggs creek about seven can be filled with democrats as fast as tho man place on auarchist, at Chioago, was attended by is dostined to mako it much more popular than it has ever boen, president pleases. There are about 54,000 miles south east of this place. about 5,000 persons. He was not permitted Don't buy a pump until you seo the BUCKET ELEVATOR, and"for"out-tin- g Mr. M Peyton, of your place was to attend. postoffices in this country that fall below boxes buy the SEOTION CUTTER. JEWEL and EC0N0MIBT thU grade, Of this number about 30.000 down with us Friday making many friends Charles Morehead, bank cashier, was RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &o. been changed. There are 10,000 or for Sam Hill, of Ohio county, who id a can shot and killed on the alreot at Potomac, have Also a general line of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Iimo, Comoat Flueltil-ing- , more offices in which there will be no dldate for nomination for Lieutenant Gov III,, by John Goodmnn, n wealthy farmer. ccc. change, for the reason that nobody wanla ) au,.n Ooodman charged Morehead with seducing W. B. McKINNEV. them They do not pay enough, and many ernor. Asubierihir requests ua to aay for tbe bia daughter, of them are located in stores at cross-road- s, d, CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, 4l 1 WALL PAPER, M'KOBEETS& STAGG'S V Btop-daugh-ter. M? OBSERVE! Wil-mor- T. R. WALTON, d iltla i . WALSH, THE TAILOR, roru'i avi:mk, froiJXSiFxm, KY. EXCLUSIVELY. l0 W, -- Groceries, Hardware, tneens- ware, Glassware, itc. STANFORD, KY. MAIN STREET, y, s, OLIVER PLOWS! I t r"r rr Stanford, Ky., I IHWW1 I WMIMIII ASSASSINATED. - March 15, LOCAL "Caioy" 1887 Adam Carpenter Galled Oat and Shot to Death in His Own Yard. on, "Wnllaco, Armtad, Ohargod With tho Tcrrlblo Orimo. B. O. WALTON, - UubIqobu blnnaftor. Ills L.AN Mall train TIME CMD. joinj Korth Express train" Boutb,..... Houtb, " Tli a jotd It calculated oo standard time. Bolat taala 4liuut 20 minute lutar LOCAL NOTICES. " Horb............- - 14 At ..,..,... .liHr.M,u 2 A. ..- m- -2 10 r. u. M TIHnVOIUTCASKIXUUIlCOimi'.HIIlSTOItV. 1 U JjANDlinru'a Uardeti Seed at 1'enoy iSt McAIUltr'n A FULL lin of Chln tackle of nil kinds st Penny A MoAlhlet'n. . Abk your erocer for the Cincinnati Making Uo.'a cracker and cakes. V ATCHKrt and Jewelry repaired on hor ootlco and warranted by Penny & McAlin sr. IIuntkiis, Attkntioh. Loaded Cart-rldgall new of nhot. at l'enny A A oostrLrTK utock of Jewelry, Intent style. IVockford tratchea a pclalty. Ten- - or A AicAiiotwr. PERSONAL. MlHH MXUY ClllttHMAN ill tIbIUdl: in ParkeriHe. D. Klakj V in In the clltei in In buying hi Louisville; spring dock. Judoe buying H Cailon iihw Koods. Eu)Eit W. L. Williams l Terr ill nt his home In Uunlonrlile. Col. C CnooKr, the Coal Kin?, of Altamont, waa here Friday. Mk. W. I'eiuiy WmrK hM our thank for a nice little club of nubcrlbera. J. IJ I'axton i back from Hot SpriUK looking all rilit and feeling first-rate. MiM i Macoib Mcltonr.ivrs, of with her uncle, John M. Mcllob Din-vill- e, erla, Br. Miuj. A 8. yesterday that for the day. MIm waa o much wone the college had to be cloied I'axton Mm AllieDunn, who has been Lluio Farrk returned to Ylelt-to- g Dan-Ti- lje yeaterday. Mn. CiiAHLia L Hail, a clerer young gentleman from Somerset, hai ben f lilting relative here. Miw. Lola II rock, of tho Williams-burNormal ecbool, ipjnt Sunday with Mr. M. L. Iiourne. J. Frank Walton, late of Centre College, ha been employed to teach a echool mar Carlisle. Dk. 8 C Parker, of Bee Litk, wa in to ee u yeaterday and enrolled hla namo in our array of aubscrlber. Mrs Dr. L. F. Hopkuan and Annie Cook returned yeitenlay from a tIbII to Met. R J. Lylea at Nashville. Mr Crawford, a brother of Mr. A. 8. Model t, who I attending HampJen Sidney College, waa her gueet a few day "go. Mr P. A Pitman, the Cneet auctioneer e ever knew, cloeed Power' aale Saturday night. The ale were very eatiafacto- rr to all concerned and Mr. Pitman in- creaaed the intimation in which he ia held here. He tell u that he ha engagement) in h line running m far a July next. Mr ani Miw. W. M. Hocile left Sat urday night for Clarkuvlllo, Tnn , where Mr. Bogle will lake charge of the L. & N. agency. Thin i t decided promotion, a moet drtT ring one, and Mr. Jbglo ia truly to bo congratulated. Mr J. F. Terriell will take hi i'nr a ncent nt lowland. g thU county aro to to their fre iucnt perpetration, thoy were unprepared for anything ao dub)licil and datnnahlo sh that of tho midnight asiwimtion of Adam Carpenter, at hi home ncr Huitonvllle, Friday night. The news created tho most profound expression of horror, which were augmented and intensified by the later report lint hii own son wa the perpetrator of the awful crinia. About 11:30 on tho night named, Mr. Carpsnter was awakened by a rap on the door fronting the pike. This was followed by two other rap and Mr. Carpenter awakening in tho meantime, arose and getting hi gun went out by the door facing toward Hustonville. He wa aiming to get nround to seo who wa at the other door, and had gotten but a few tep when the report of a gun rent the air and he fell dead, riddled with a discharge of small bullet, evidently hand moulded, The fire came from the direction of the and he wa lruck in the right side, several balls paving through his body in the region of the hevt. The report awak ened a hired man and soon everybody in the neighboring village was aroused by the alarm raised. A man without known enemies and with al a true christian gentleman, those who did not know the true inwardneea of the family affairs, were at a Iota even for a suspicion a to the guilty find, but it soon be gan to bs whispered around that the oldest son of the dead man had been known to titter bitter threats against his father and that thvlr relation had been unpleasant for some time. This boy, Wallace, a youth of 10, who lived since last fall with a Mr. Brown on hinifather'a farm in Casey, was sent for and found about 3 o'clock in bed, at Mr. Brown's. He was awakened, apparently with great difficulty, but finally opened hti eyea and inquired, before anything waa said about him, "Is father dead yet?' He rode down to the Ihomestead, where hi action were such an to increase the already formed suspicion against him. Used an the psople of blood-curdlin- murder, owing coal-hoti- 'e that hi grandmother died in a Ianittc asy lnm, and this mt7 cut a comldertble figure in the caae. The highestosm In which Mr, Carpenter was held waa abundantly shown in the many expression of confidence and esteem that we heard on erery side. He was a high-tone- d, honorable win, a leading member of the Christian church, and in every way filled tho mcasuro of good citizenship. Ho wa jmt 60 years of age, and besides a wife, he leaves fivj children, all boys, his only girl dyicg a few years ago, over whom ho grieved noirly to distraction. The Carpenter family is a numerous and wealthy one and iteoeinid that nearly everybody in the WcHtKod la either connect ed with the deceased or his wife, who was a MIjs Weatherford, of another and highly conne:ted family. This fact probably accounts for the absence of a de sire to ructe out mob justice, though his fnml ly Is not desirous of shielding him beyond a natural degree. Mr. J. W. Alcorn was tel egraphed for to appear for the boy at the inquest ycititAny and Welch & Baufley have also been retained. The opinion seems to prevail that there i another connected with the crime and that hie Identity will be (I inclosed before the case is through with. A gentleman who left Hustonville at 2 o'clock yesterday states that the evidence adduced up to that time is nearly as we have given it abore, wnich wai obtained from conversations with gentlemen at the funeral Sunday. AtO o'clock last evening the prisoner was placed in jail here, the coroner's verdict being that Adam Carpenter camo to his death at the hands of his, Wallace. Mr. J, J. Dry e, one of the jury, objected to saying positively that the boy did the killing, but raid that the circumitances seem conclusive that way. Mr. Alcorn states that the circumstantial evidence was not so otrong as ho had heard before hand, but others say it left no doubt upon their minds of the boy's guilt. well-kno- guson, (hit boy, informs us at Williamsburg on tbe night (f the 10th to Miss Lnlii Hawkins. From other eourcts wo learn that MIm Hawkins I very handsome and quite n L;noln ounty was married well off. A nun nnm'jd Jone, who ia aid to have killed all bis wife'd male relatives, is on trial st KlgfHld,S. C. ICtl AUVKKTlKUtfUJITh. FOR PITCHER'S ' II. K. TAYIjOH, Of 1.00 AN COUNTY, la a Omlfdite or theofflco orUupcrlDiondflnt of Public laitructlon, mbjtct to tbo Democratic Stato Contention, -- 5 Puiii-Cur- cr YOUli ATTENTION IN HOLIOITED. I Iirto leeurod tb aerrica of a dons up only bcr, and propoio to turn out in tbo hlihetl Style of tbo Toniorlal Art. Mr located, nex t door to Woarn's hop li i am prepi'M t fir Iho "bng" A Men- -i rs ol tuUuk ladles lu a manner truly enticing. A Esntfomon of titan- call frotulwlh theladlm and ford and ilia public generally la Terr respfclfullr solicited. UMA1. m.2t flrst-cla- ia liar-wo- rk Jeulaur Liniment is tho inosfy Avoiulerful tlio world litis ovor known. W.1 Willi m wm JKSSK house barber shop, r"-'- -- J, TIIOnTbOS, I'ltOl'Tt. t 1 Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati Now Orloans and Railway.) Texas Pacific 4li:1m Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, Soutli East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. Ho.l. Haily, 7 " THAJNM SOUTH. rTu. 8. "No, 7." No 37 READ DOWN. Dally. HEAD Ul 1 IKAIN'a NORTH. No. J. I Ejutiun. Daily STATIONS. I Dally. Dally. iRx. bun DlT. No. 4, No. 6." No. 8. Daily. Dally. IraaP 1 ?jMBauVLlf ysjPsalaaawL" 85am 403pm 810pm 7 65a ia L'Te...Clnclnnatl ,.4'rT 6 42pm 10 25am 6 43am SOOpm Georgetown .. 43Cpm727am 425am 2 01pm 1002am 705p a 1062pm'l053 am 15 pm! 7 00 am 405am I 35 pm ..Lexington 10 22 am 7 35pm 1120 p in 1130 am 3 53 pm' 6 27a m 339a m 104pm 10 43am 8 02 p m 1141pm list am .......h'lcholanille.. ..... 1233 pm -- HarrodaburR Junction.. 3 25 pin t547am' ... 1228pm 1108am 84.3pm 11 20 a m 8 89 p ra 12 33 a m 12 47 p m 3 12 p m 5 32 a m 2 66 a m 12 12 p m Danrllls 302pm 520am 245aml20lpm Junction City 1135am 9 10 p m 12 83 am 1 42 pm .... Kinza Mountain 3 25pm .............. 1042am 12 80 pm 2 27am 420pm 133pm ...JJomemt 120am 960am 10 5 a mi 3 53 p m .............. 6 30am 730am 1000 pm 605am ....Oakdale. :..... 823 am C15pm 825 am -- . ChatUnoo b. 710pm .............. Birmingham......... 1250 am 130am .............. SlOpm ......1015am ........... 6 03 a m ............. 9S2pm, 9 11 p m .............. 620 am .Eutaw 7 40pm .............. 12 30 a m 6 40 pm. ... .Meridian 815am .... 3 00am 1040 pm .New Orleans. 735am 800pm 31pm .......... .......ShrtTcport. 45pm (...H..t.,....t... am ........ 7 50am ..... T. P Junction. mm.... 710pm....... no. 9 learea Oakdalo dally except Sunday, at 3 10 x. m., Arriving at Ctiattanooji at 9.15. No. 8 learea Chattanooga at 3.00 p. M.,arrlTlnr at Otktalaat 6 10 p. . ...mm... .....mm.... 6 ,.. M....M.. mmm. New York Higgins'. seed Irish potatoes at W. II. ia of unusual in- Bro. Barnes' letter Work does In tb lateit style, with cheapneta ard dlipatcb. Ladles' and children's work invited. ... .... ...... .... 12 55 a m 780 am ....... .. MMMMerldiin ........Vlckibuiv .. .... .M .. ......... .... .. 235 am 7 15 ... ...-..- .-.. terest this time and will repay a careful reading. will speak 2 o'clock. 8rEAKiio. Senator John D. Harris he-- e next Friday afternoon at POSTED A. 31. ! Judoe Varnon's qaarterly court session with 01 cises on the docket, 10 of which will be contested. is in about Alt prraoni aro notified not to paw through our without special permlulon, aa we will preml enforce the law against those who do. Mann Boudoir BnSet Sleeping Cars on all through trains. JOHN C OAOLT, Gen'l Manager, It. fOLLBBAN, Gen'l Frt. A Pais. A?t It. CAKKOLL, Gcn'l Supt. B. X. BYAN, Asit. Gen'l Frt. A Pass. Agent. W. W. ffULU, Superintendent, Somenet, Ky. General Omcos, St. Taul Building, West Fourth Hlron, Cincinnati, Onto. II' A LOCAL NATTERS. Malaga Grape For terday. OOR hoe nt A. C. Alford'e. "M ' " yes- Nicn largo apple ot 8. 8. Mycr (JuecnRware eee T. K. Walton. & The L N pay car passed on time er larger. tock I complete and waa net Bruce & McKobertf. wa delayed 10 Jolli-co- into which the engine ran, fortunately with no serinu reeult. Our thanks are due Mr. John W. Bulb, eecretiry of the Liurel Coat Company, shown oar buslnesa for eepeclal kindne manager while at Pittsburg. Col. C Crooke as UBual also did the bandsomo thing and laid us under renewed obligation. OUR hour Friday nightly a elide beyond Tiik Knoxville express , Hooker was In the Jones Broa'. wtnnhMUrFiidar when warehoue, near the depot, was burned. The building waa valued at iu,uuu anu THE :. tin..i 7 onn himhela of wheat. 20 bar The high esteem FUNERAL. the deceased in which whiskey, seed and hemp to tho rela of was held by everybody and the desire to talue fit $15,000. All was nurneu. xu learn more of tbe horrible tragedy, drew eurance $35,000. the largest ctowd.Sunday that we eyer wit my furniture itore open the nessed at a funoral. An honored Mason, I will hare will be com. lut of this week. My stock In furniture, as the members of his lodge, uupplemented with many of tbe order from Dinville, pesed of the latest novelties well aB tho cheaper class. My undertaking Casey aud somo from Stanfoid, took charge of tho remains, and after a funeral sermon department will be oompleto, keeping coffins by Ktder Joseph Billou at the Christian on hand a large selection of church, coojlgned them to the earth in due and caskets. My hearse win ne me Mack Huffman. and ancient form, II. G. Sandifer, one of In Central Kentucky. tho brightest Masons in the State, condact-io- g Dead Anthony Given, a Diioi'PED the ceremony in a most faultier and of worthy oolored man of tho largo family Brodhead impressive manner. The procession was ' that name, dropped dead at much more than a mile long and not one of Thursday evening, whither he had gone to tho vast throng with whom we conversed eye. consult with Dr. Burdett abjut his expressed the least doubt of the guilt of examl-natiohad finlihed making an The doctor dnyo with down the boy. He was permitted to and tho patient had started his mother to the burial and during most of waa dead by the the street when ho fell and the services kept up a inherablo mom, tho' arrived. Although a tout time MfUtanca the Uarn failed to come, so far as we could looking man le waa always complaining Bee. He is said to have always been quite waa and It in supposed that hla trouble a wayward boy and to have giyen his remains wcro brought heart dlseaso. Tho father, who failed to bojin correcting him funeral was the here for interment and the in time, a gre&t deal of trouble, It ia statwo have ovor largest over a colored man ed that ho ia not a very brigat boy and bore. seen townsman, J. 11. In the meanwhile a negro, who called at another negro's shortly after the shot and made some remark about it, was arrested, but subseqnentlyrelrated, as there was no evidence against him, and the tracks left by the one who did the (hooting wero much smaller than hit. Tbee track compared with the boy 'a, eyen to the run down btel the paper wadJcorreapondeJ with some paper in his room, his gun showed that one barrelhad recently been discharged, the only hone on the place waa wet and muddy, whereasjhe bad been put away clean the night before and numerous other went to form as strong a chain of circumstanetial evidence as waa ever forged. A He waa accordingly arrested and placcd;in chargo of Woody Green and An dy Cowan and a coroner's jury summoned. Several witnesses were examinad Saturday afternoon, Including a partial examination of the widow. TltKjOHIUlN Or TIIETROURLE. Iiiit;Auaiul.Mr. Carpenter had occasion to rcpremand tho,. boy for some offense, when it is eiid ho called his father "a il -- n liar," Orduiarially kind and considerate to his childrcu to a retnarkiblo degree, Mr. Cariitrr, ficling that this tvai more than he could Blanu.liiroceeileu to glre sucu a threihingasatho cflenee demanded. Thinking that he had whipped the boy enough, Mr, Carpenter wont to his retcue when we are told, her hucafend pushed her aiiJe, with sufficient foica as to cauo her to fall. The boy claimed that he knocked her down and swore then that he would kill his fath er. He ran of! from homo and stayed a month or two at Shakertown, where the old gentleman finally wrote to him, telling him that ho was sorry for what he had done and asking him to come home, which he did. Mr. Carpenter then placed him on his farm in Casey and told him what ' he could make should bi his, Matters went on smoothly again till last Tuesday, when the father nhaia gave the boy a talking over about his avowed intention of marry ing a lady twice as old aa himself. This aroused the ire of the boy again and, we underatund, he registered another vow to kill him. nearo arrested and released J. It. JUIlitjEK, 2M J. HECK, FKIulSD, The Good Templar's met at Odd Fellows Hall Friday night and initiated about a dozen applicants, which increases tbe membership here to about 35. tf, llOIiKllT MeALJHElt, 1 PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW!!! Stanford, Ky. TURNPIKEJ.ETTING ii The North American Insurante Compa- ny has paid my insurance in full without a murmur. I advise those who wish to in- SATCKD4Y, MARCH 19. 1SS7. sure to do so in this company. Mr. Geo. 8pectnratlona will b furnlibed upon application, Illgbt retained to reject all JSecreUTT. brtboffered. D. Wearen, agt. W. F. Ramsey. bid A I.KX. TBA Vi.Olt, Pree. n Healed proposal tor the conatructlon of th Htanford, Dlx Hirer. Garrard County 4 Whlto Oak Turnpike will b) recelred until Seven conductors on the K. O. have re- Stanford, Ky,. March 7tb, M'. A. TlllllBIjEftifC. d 1837. 210-t- signed because of a reduction in pay. They are Men'ra Winston, McLaughlin, Donn, ITaley, Farmer, Collier and Martin and Messrs. 8eamonds, Morman, McCarty, Patten and three others take their places. -- NEW- Circuit Court will begin next Mondav and Clerk J. P Bailey informs us that there are on the decket 3S0 case, divided as follows: Commonwealth 109, old equity Oppoalto Court-Hotu- o. equity appeartnees 38, old common law 13 and common law appearances 11. There MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. are two case for murder. FURNITURE We have much the largest stock and best assortment to be found in Stanford. Farmers wanting a gopd Chilled Plow should by all STORE! means try the "BISSELL." We say unhesitatingly that there is not a Chilled Plow made that will do better work. Tom Koblneon, Wesley Eubanks, Alex. Sly prices will bo as loiv im hucIi Carman, Fount Myers, G. A. Land and Bud Waller took some 200 panels down. Mr. goodM can be bought In tho citFeland, hn lulls ti9, fimls by a survey made by Mr. J. F Wallen that hi fence was not ies. Give me i trial aud yon ofl bis line and he has through Lawyer W sell H. Miller instituted suit against them all, will be convinced tliiU layiug bis damage at $5,000, the reeult of lower than the lowest. which will be watched with intetest. For a number of years Mr. A. M. Iceland has permitted a pftsawny through bin farm and somo time rince thoe interested took steps to make it a county road. Mr. Feland objected to this without compensation and finally secured $'2S9, It was agreed by survey where he should put his fence and some of thee interested were there when he et it. Subsequently it waa claimed that he had put it a few inches ou the condemned land and acting as they say under authority Messrs. T. M. White, Farmers in want of Plows for breaking cane or any other rough ground will find a NO. 5 CHAMPION, tho Plow of all Plows for such work, they are almost indestructible. Wc have various kind of plows and at all kinds of prices. We can suit any one that will WllllailVliJflhliVG o li!ll give our assortment an investigation. We have a few juul select Hue of Furnilurco Sulky Plows we will sell at very low prices. ture mill Undertaker's Goods. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. I P1IH& It'jUiflto. PHARMACISTS, -- DEATHS. Dx.ai.zaa 1K- - Lettie McKinney, the sweet little daughter of Cipt. and Mrs. W. F. McKic-ne- y, m.i died yeiterday morning at S o'clock, after an illness of a few weeks of abscess of the liver, aged nearly 13 years, 8he was a lovable little creature, of amiable disposition and affectionate manners, and was idol izid by her immediate relatives. At the last revival at the Presbyterian church she gave her heart to God and since has been a true little christian. She was conscious of her end and during all her Buffering no murmur escaped her lipj, It ia heartrending to give up one upon whom the affections are bo centered, but the weeping father and mother, brothers and shter are consoled in their grief that their loved one ia safe In the arma of Jeaus, watching and waiting for them. The funeral services will be conducted by Rov. A. S. Moffett at the Presbyterian church tbia afternoon at 2 o'clock after which tho remains will be interred in Buffalo Spring Cemetery. UARRIAGES. ARTHUR SIMS, No. 30tl. Btandard Under Bute will stand 7 (A. urugs, books, Manonery ana Fancv Articles. Phvtlcl ana1 T, R.,Vol. V.) proscriptions accurately compounded, All wv'ii. ;iW:;s, omc' Jsf iff "! m pfiEf-v?- 9 JfArcff. taiaaaataMI WAJt W0 Wt(f 3CA. , W Two miles frorn Lancaster, on tho Stanford pike at JEWELERS. (Hooka, TWENTY DOLLARS THE 8EAS0N Tbe Largest Stook of Watches, With prlrlleie of return in 1833, or S30 Insurance. Jewelry and Silverware Arthur Blmali by Gen. Knox, 110. be by Verbought mont Hero, Ac. ills datn waa Lady Arthur, by Eter .Lowest, to thia market Frloea Lowsr than itoe wsicnea, ujocici anu jewelry Kourbon Cbelf, by Mambrlno Chief, by Msmbrlno on short notice and Warranted. bands, Is a bay, t Payinister. Aa. Arthur 81ms small blaar, right hind loot white, foaled in 1882. lit Is a bandwmely flntahed colt and bred t atay, Hehaibeon handled a little and promises well. He combine Ilia strains of the handsome Black Hawk aud stout Mambrlno Chief families, and It a deairabloatock hone, and on hla sire's side traces twice to Imp. Hensuger and twice on hla dam's aldo. Mares kept In auy - yWF&&mmgZitit7ZMm syS03gf' - H. C. RUPLBY M13RUIIAXT TAlIaOR, I hare recelred and itlll reoelrlnjComprising manner dtalred, at owner's risk. T. A. Lancaster, Ky. UCKiy. Gen. Knox, 1(0, Standard Under Hule8, tbo aire ot Arthur Slmi, was bred by Danial Heustls. Uridg port, Vt , and waa foaled In 1853. Ho waa by Vermont Hen-rliero, 1 II, 1st dam by Bearchf r, aon of Barnoy son r, of 2ud:ilunaden Haro by Hill's Hlr Charles, uu uuroc, iHoomx.31,, puuiie iruiui ,u 2.21. New Goods for Spring and Summer the best In the market, wulcb will be jm n W. H.Campbell and Miss Samantha Cirson were married last week. B. R, Idol writes that our Informant is mistaken in supposing he had eloped to get married. There is not a word of truth in it. Nathan R;nn, u widower, and Misa daughter of Anna Dishon, the 17 year-old Mrs. Catherine Diabon, wero married on tbo 12th. A poslalcsrd from Mr. J. Robert Per- - Amntiff thorrnt nt Onn. If cox with records In 2.30or butter, aro thefollowlng: Lady Maud 2.lSai llnW Gotton Up in Stylo and Muko Sooond to Nono in City or Country Giro 3Io n Trial. er 2.30: Moasencer Kuox 2 SO His tons, CbL Klls- worth, Coupon, Cromwell, Kclalre, l.mperor Will-laGen. Kuox. Jr , Oeu. Llghtloot, Ollbreth, Knox, Julft Jurgenaeo, Knox Hoy, Lon Morris, Phil Sheridan, St. Elmo, Wbaltboue Knox, and Woodlord Knox liara aired the following, with records of 2. 80 or better: Iron Ago2.1U;lapltola 2.22 i Frank V. 2.261;: Nejue waiton a ao 1 Chanea It. 2.27: Fanny M. 2.J9U: Wallace 2 I9li Lotbairz.Z9K, Maun atuiier xsv;t, tvmy Jionu 2.30: Chub 227; John 8. Hrald 2.27i Gllbreth Maid 'IVW, Shadow 2 23; llatuu'n Knox. 2 2t; Copland 2 31; lllack lloaa 2.30; Arthur,'!-- 2.S0, Klua, pawr, 2 X)i, Hotoity, pacer, 1 2;;, Ac. 211. I Ql f'SH Kon I I renoln BiNv tnUit! V1RK. ULIUllLlI Nn" p F.ver M?,. Flan nrtASD BUCKElJ H TRAFR i Don't waiU your money on a (mm or rubber coat Th liabfolutelyvifrranit wsl raoor, and will krep you dry in tho liarjltit tnt Iinvlh rwinR nirnnlivrlnilrtlnaii(o l"rJ A .1 HIWl'K SilSlmmnn.SL. Hn.lon LlauU, , - jto.Ai 'v .t'-'-i- '.-' .mV tT.t;j.ga-- S ljslJjfclLLjijlJJl V yi. T'W m "nmfiwtytViHinitfpiujutktiWi ti.,.1 in m - t- - -, MMBMMMBHMHM1B . B limp iwmt mm iupp t yjfy wrr?1 l33TTWIBiBIMiMWllllyiMWAiiMalMmm , .jJt- i- fT aataiataatri'iMlan a a.s'lA.fssai sta. ia.e.ia..r im 111 - m hmhh j.., issai ..,.- -. , l!W)Wil , "- - - StTtTi23SejT aw. w'SA ?"' Jfr-- J - I SSemi-aHteMnlnttr- AND Mies Mary Hightower and Miss Dru Marks are visiting relatlyes in Lawrance-bur- g. TRACES OF GLACIAL ACTION FOUND ! The Good Work Going Quietly on. ALONG TflE WATERWAYS. Having ranted ths stable on Depot street, I au Mr. Wood Wallace, of Louisville, was In a latter ordering hit paper to be sent prepared to train and break borsr on reasonable in town several days last week, visiting relterms. County Court day trade solicited. Mr. John Pearl, mall to Chattanooga, Snow Slid en and Their Destructiveness. JOHN Ml. VAIll'KSTKIl, IT wtite: "There has been much atives. Mr. and Mr. J. A. Coons, of Frank 303'dm. St A Hlanfoid, Ky. length of Timci tho Snow on the visiting Danville relatives. Mrs aaiil in newspapers and by individuals in sort, are Commercial Collegeof Ky.Unlrersll.i'v.ir. Mountains Is Supposed to Last Frost our party about failure) in removal, when W L Welsh is visiting her parents, Mr. The Cheapest and Dit Dullness Oellsgs la the Noror Out of tlio Ground. Mr. Lexington. WcrlJ. iH"i ll...r...l.jJ IMal..:,.,!.- in (act the work haa been quietly and aud Mm. DeRsode, of ( nil,.., al (h. War I J 'a Kip.UIii..f-- r w.ilw.l Raah- Is snow rcnowed on tho smoothly moving along atl the while. To Smith Powell, of Hustonvllle, is in town of"How often tho Colorado 1" naked tops Krealas i Uraeral l'la.laau Kd a. alias. 000 LONDON, KV. tho mountains in n reUradaalra la llaalaraa. lOTtaehtri taipta;aj (aai many democrats lo day. give you some idea how porter of a pioneer Coloradoan, Mr. William ri'all llaalaeaa I'aim Istlailtl TallUa rllall.aw, . B. RILEY, Proprietor. talliciM aboul SlO. T; nc.tt The following named members of N. Bycrs, who has observed tho faeo of nature oj Trlraraakr, ifvltititt, Msailaa. rlllt are in tha postal seryice I will mention our Kalrr Kar elr.n Naw. Ilradaaiea llNaraateJ road and a few other?. From Cincinnati Franklin Lodge, No. 23, F. A. M attend In tho Itocklos for many years. Ian .llini XV. It. HJtITII. rrra't, Iilaataa. k'r ThoroiiRlily Itcunvntol itiul Ilrftir-tiUlir"Well," said he, ''that li a gigantic question to Chattanooea we have 1C men on regular ed the fuueral of the late Adam Cirpenter, which liny don asked himself years ngo, but tliroMRiiout, t'irt.cli Vnrr offensive partisans on at Hustonville on Sunday, Mr. Sandifer utterly failed to answer. Homo persons think ninl ronsonnblo . Itisy unit night duty, 12 of whom are trnlnn mot by polite rorlrrn or this the democratic side. The other four are conducting the Masonic services: Messrs. tho snow Is renowed on tho mountains hero S07.fliu, popular IIoiino. republicans and therefore not offensive in H. O. Sandifer, P. A. Marls, F. Gilcher, every two years, but I doubt It greatly, and after nil it Is a matter of tho morubt of n re- A. J. Potts. J. Reeder, Isaac Adler, S D. their partisanship. I never heard Wo can only uso our iow ors of ob! On the VanPlt,J. R. Dodds, A. Tribble, Ben servation and draw our lnforoncos from tho publican office holder that vrat(?) For breeding at largest road that runs into Cincinnati, McGraw, D. B. Goode, B. H. Perkins, Jas most practical reasons at hand. You havo E. H. BURNSIDE, hoard, of courso, that tho main difference exknown as the Chicago aud Cincinnati, upsn-whic- Milburn, Wm. Milbvrn. A. 1. villi I WATEH'N FAICH, isting between our mountains and thoso of When the case of the Commonwealth tho old world lies in the fact tbnt there there are 40 clerks, 3G are democrats. Woll - Known This Old Corner jucaiter and Itush Branch Pike I am creditably informed that it is about of Kentucky vs. Charles Henderson, charg glaciers abound, whereas wo nro free from Hotol Still Maintaina its Peter Elmer, thoroughbred, black Berkshire the same on all loads running into Cincln ed with conspiracy and robbery, was calltd those tcrriblo aimtlieuias of ico and snow. High Hoputation, "But there aro plentiful traces of glncl.il , Boar, son of John Elmer and Boone Wood. John AND nati. Mr. J. B. Qwin, our superintendent, this morning, Mr. R. P. Jacobs, of coun-selElmer wu of William Elmsr, Imported from Eng action at tho head of tho Arkansas rlvor, nnd Thlst powder nevtrvarlns. A marvel ol purity land, ana aiary Hrundy, tnorougnurou, iiiacw Hi Proprietor ii Determined that for defendant, presented a demurrer about Lnko crook, in tlio neighborhood of at Cincinnati, is one of the nicest men I strength and whoIeoracnca. ;Mor economical Berthlresow, by Harry Orundy ImportM from it Shall be Second to no Country ever met, and just the mm for the repon. to the indictment, the objection being that Twin lakes, and on both sides of tho Arkansas than ths ordinary kinds, and ran not b sole Canada. Boone Wool Is a thoroughbred blk the multitude of low test .short Hotel in the State in it. Fare, The valley. Theso traces are n remarkable competlton with phosphate powders. Soldonly In Berkshire sow by Pike Wood, thoroughbred Imsay it there was a misjoinder of offenses. sible position he holih. I cm not weight alum or ported black Berkshire, and dam Nenny Boyle, feature of tho ixoks. Appointments, or AttenThey called ltoraLBiKiMo Porrnaa C, thoroughbred black Berkshire sow, by old Richaccount of politic), but court overruled the demurrer, and then moraines. Tlio rocks nro scoredaro places cans. has been done on in tion to Comfort of 106 Wall Street. New Vorlr ard Boyle, thoroughbred Ma-- k Iterkshlre, Impellthe number of new apppointments In his both sides announced themeelves ready along tho foot of tho mountains, and tho ed frouiEuropo. llrenllng feo $ t cash. 20MI. their Onotti. division is very gratifying to one of and the trial began. At this hour several ju pushing out of moraines Into the Arkansas is llaiKags will be conveyed to asd from the ! 'riioitoL'iiiiiiiti:i Besides Mr, Jacobs observed. my political faith. They have either re have been obtained. free of charge. Nperlal acroaimodatloas "Another remarkable imtanco b seen in tho to Commercial Travelers. The Bar will been removed and republicans, the defendant is represented by Capt. P. B. region of Grand lako, in Midrflo park, in tho signed or MAl.N ST., HICIIMO.M). KV. always aipplied with the choicest HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL you know, are noted for the latter. But he Thompson, of Harrodsburg, lions. G. X. scoring of tho rocks in Uie terminal and brsadsof Llgaors and Ulaara. A. G. Caruth, lateral moraines. Nearly all theo lakes nro nill not have an incompstent man in his Robinson, of Sbelbyvllle, tho result of glacial action. In every ravine Din-ville- . MA1MWIN OF ADEI.5M:. For a good Table division, let his pslitics be what they may, Louisville, and Mr. W O Goodloe, of in tho glacial criod there were rivers of Ice. And clean and well furnished moms, this Uotel of such have been mide. as removals , As tho ravines unlto tho leo livers nccumulnto CENTRAL fl. This floe Bull will stand the seaont now com. KENTUCKY hai no superior. Good ram pie rooms altacheJ. y inenred at tny stable on the Lancaster Plka one In the passage down tho ruviueu. and aro mul CURRENT COMMENT. The clerks on the C. 8. have heard of mile from titanford Court House at;tl In half tiplied in junction with other ruvincs until "ilii.oGrHHJi the Interior Journal and when it reach SMson, "I'll the prlsllrgeol brwdlug the tvw un An anomalous fox chase is soon to come they becoino plows of ico. Theso plows plwh ill the row proves In calf. Money due when cow handling LOUIS SCH LEU EL, ea our line they are as careful in both to tho right and to tho left, but tlio is first tervrd. Shortest and Qnickeat Ronto from Geo off in Kentucky. The Fox will do the purMarquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert his sire greater portion is pu'hed on In front, and b it na if it was a registered letter Whenev tral Kentuoky to all Pointa Korlh, Apollo and Dam Imported boutbrrn Beau suing TGlasgow Times. called terminal moralno. Tho nuubos pushed Last, West and Southwest. IV,' er you have occasion to ''touch the boys for the Da out at the sides aro known as lateral Gen. Frank Wolford voted Marquis of Adllena's dam, Adeline, ber sire Fast Line Betwtwu up" for any neglect, the Division SuperinniClinO.tl). KKMfCKV. Imported uucle iom lam Iniorteu May HitlDid just as moraines. er. For further particulars as to pedigree see II.. and the party in pendent Pension Bill. Aha? tendent gets hold of it NATCnE'S OIVX 8.VOW PLOW. LEXINGTON A CIM'IX.AT1 F. II. B. well as Finley. rMonllcello Signal. "ThU is liko a plow with a doublo share Photographs- in all styles and sizos. fault generally gets a notice to be more This Is a very fine young Bull from a relebrat-r- l We hope the Democratic State Conven- turning a furrow both right and left. Tho family ot inllkera Including the ruw Echo, the Schedule In Effact May 16, tUS. careful in the future, and the puty getting 0 of tion will utter decided expressions against effect on tho unbroken rock is to scour and Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and greatest her.lur day; ber owner having refused for Ho. , Mo. i U67li euch notice never lets it occur again if he rattle have taken the The Holsteln-rrriala- n the protectionist' Blair educational biit polish it, and to icoro it Into grooves, swec-in- g Water Colors. known it. lead as the Ut fur the family, and a cross with everything movable before it, depositing Kt. bun.1 Dally Ex. Baa Somerset Reporter. all this for Southern suckers. the Hhorthern troduns a verv fin animal. I moving matter at its sldos and Again in regard to removals look at will buy all Ibe maU calvos begotten by this Lve. Covington. ... aioam.aioprazcopn New designs In Frames ant Mils at very low The amount apportioned to the different directly in front. When the glacial poriod I 9 40 a nil Bull atg(xdilcis dtlvrrr.1 at weaning time. " Kalmouth your Congressional District at the Jlpn-- S U pa (MIOy. throughout the ended and tho temperature of thb part of tho Prices. " for school purposes ,10 t II II. . Jlil.i.Elt. Arr. Cynthlana. 111 U amiio 40pin! 5 Sp n and revenue service. Truly to the counties -Parts. UO'tf lanfurd, Ky, 15pm amllO Stale for the year 1886 Is as follows: White oarth changed It loft theso rivers of ice pro" Lexington,... 112 10 pm 17 ). ui 6 10 po the" etc. B. PENNY, DH. .W. jecting down into the plains at the mouth of "Victors belong $919,033 95; colored, $169,681 05, making a the gorge, penetrating tho surface of tho Lve. I'arta.... 10 a m 10 p qi fl 31 p n II DENTI8T, Joun Pkabl. Arr. Winchester , 13 30 p m II 20 p n 01 p cs total of $1.03S,717 01. Fully $700, earth to mere or less depth, and running tun for it, - - iContuolcy " Ulcnmonu. .. lMpmi...MM. 7 13 p tr P. S, ChatUnooiMKtill booms and it is a arand " Lancaster ....... S 07 p mi through until they gradually melted away. been already 000 of the abive amount has .! live, wide awake boom. too. HUnlord 6 00 p m ... Thus wen our piid from ths State treasury and is an an lakes, such formed most of and mountain Lve. lUehmond. . 3 60pm7..l ... .TZZZT7 as Twin, Grand Black. I A ttord of Warning. S 30 p uil .... Arr. Barea. swer itself to the dem iOgue who go over once counted from tho summit of Long's ..... ! VALUAHLfS PlIOl-EUT- Y " Uvlnpton. Q. Dun A Co., in their last the State and talk about illitency in K n peak thiity-flvMe&re.R lakes, tonio of which aro covered with ice all tho year through. AsAdmlnlslratrtxof It. It. Gentry, I will sell weekly business review, sty: tucky.-Frank- fort Argm. Noarn-BoDiiNo. 8 No. II No. 1 on his late premleva, on "Tho snow probably remains genera"All experience warrants apprehension Wanted Men who are not paid attornevn tions or centuries in many of tho for snow fields ON SATUDAY, APRIL 2ND, 1897, Lve. Uvlngston. S 00 a in that severe depression and many lowes will for corporations, men who are above bribe which yet exbt in the ltocky mountains. I " Kerea 10 2 am where such wild trading has Infl.ted taking and trickery, men who will hold the think it U possiblo that tho snow melts under follow A tract of land Arr. lUcbmond mi.. Iht-kioOflce on LancasUr street, text door to the coat of all industrial and commercial city's interests higher than their own, men neath and is replaced. It b safe to say there Lve. llowland 7 20 ami.. JoCRKAt. are no living glaciers now In thb iiortion of w. and 1 to S office. Office hours from S to 12 A 107 ' Ia.nrajtr t 11 M' " operations, and the announcements of the of honesty and ability This sort of meo tho Rocky r. k. Anesthetics administered wbsr Ukbmood.L.. Ill 00 a m mountains. There b, however, a .l Adjoining the homestead, In a (OuJ state of culti- Arr. formation of new stock companies by the are badly wanted as representatives in the slow, hardly erceptiblo motion of tho anovr nscwarr. vation, most of It down In graas, welt watered and Lve. Itlcbinond . .. I 10 ptni M am........ Arr. Winchester., 3 10 p m 7 00 am ..... fenced. ecore every week, with capitals amounting next Legislature from this city. It remains fields down hill. I will lima BANK, 2WorkMulr, 2Mil atart (1 tha Itmatoddle Hone V Arr Paris .... . I 10 pre steam ........ "Frost has teen found in many of tho CITIZENS NATIONAL to millions, do not necessarily presage gen for the intelligent uopurchasable voters to Hones. eitr Lve. Lexington . . . p m 7 3S a m' 3 41 pm mlnA in the high mountains above tiinbor yiaisold, I Denmark Saddle HUlllon 3 years old, ive rarls jm a io, uine development of resources or lasting coma out on election day and send such line at great depth. In the North 1 Weanling OF LAHCANTEK, KY. in 1KPU a 33 a ml i 17 pu Haddla Colt by On Time, I Brood Star mine, Oynthlana S p m 8 J Mare by ilubbla's Denmark, in foal to Judge increase of production " " Jalinouth .,1 4 17 p tu 10 00 a ml i 18 nm fien to Frankfort. Louisville Commer- near Hoosier pass, frost was found at a deh em Ituger, i good Brood Marr, S rows with calf, two - 8133,000 00 ot rr.Oovlnjrtoh of US feot. Tho great extent of plateau CAPITAL 00P mil 10 a m 6 S3 pm Kentucky investors in real real estate in cial. them roistered tihortborns, 10 good grade long country causes tbo high temperature of the yearling Cattle, 2 yearling hellers, I thoroughWichita, Ka., Birmingham, Ala., and HATMVII.L.r. IIMANSMs. It is pretty well conceded that the two mountain ranges, and b the cause tho bred Bull ( (bolstered), 4 grade Heifer calves, Tbls Bank solicits accounts of individuals, firms I thoroughbred h slier calf, SO good Ewea with other alleged bioming towns, will not find leading candidates for the Senate will be snow melting oil, in direct contrast of the rT..lf, Ko. tiT I to lambs, JO tihoaU, 7 Mows and pigs. Farming Imand corporations. Its facilities lor making colNosTn-BocnDally Dally ranch comfort in the foregoing; but it may Mr. Back, a Central Kentucky man, whose mountains of Switzerland or thow of the tea lections, in all parts of the United Slat, are un. plements, consisting of Wood Iteaper, Buc'ay Ei. Hun Ki. Hun Mower. Hay ilakr, Wheat Drill Plows, profit them if they cloiely watch the drift home is in almost a Btone's throw of Hon coast. Tho mountains of tho sc& coast havo surpassed, and cutomers are at ll time granted ilc, One good Spring Wagon, 3 Lva Oovlnston.. a low snow line, 3 00 nm of things and sell out at the proper time. J. C.S. Blackburn, the other Senator, and glaciers. Along and It b thb which causes any reasonable acromuodatlocs theytos proper Wagons, I good Onggy and Haroeas almost new, " Lexington... 7x-iaizipn the Alaskan coast the to ask. We leg to offer oar services Household effects, Ac. " I'arls the cltl-te8 IS a m S 30 p la D. StanJiford, of Louisville, a man Dr. Also at same tlma the following horsae btloog. ArrMlllarsbuxs,, are pushing out ol neighboring counties, without Banking Ing toJ. C, Uenlrr will basold, I good combined It takes $3(K),3S9 to pay for the atten- who E. prove to the world that, ai a fi glaciersfor the mountains into the sea. HOsn 8 41 p m " Carlisle "As 9 01 am 101pm has here, they are much facilities, and aaaure them that any business Mnt Mare 8 yesn old, 1 S year-ol- d I Haddla Mare, " Johnson dants on the Uoited States 8enate, and 9 49 a in III nn nancier, be hai no superior and but few like those of tbo Himalaya rango in Asia, us shall at all tluet have prompt and faithful at- weanling Colt, II 1'axas Mares, most of them In " Maysvllla.. 10 80 am 1 40 p m those attached to the House of $388,113 for foal to good horsts. having the same high snow line. Thb b tention. As a business man, a farmer and a TKB.M8: All sums ef 0 and unaar cash, over another argument In favor of Colorado. The Yet there are only 76 equals. "NoTolToTW" Representative that amount a crrxlll of four months with approvDally Dally lock raiser he is the peer of any man in the high snow lln Insures a dry, bracing, tonio ined security. Term as to land mad known on day members in the upper house and 333, Ex, Hun. Ex. Hon while he has been tried sufficiently climate, of Bale KM. MA H V CUE Ttl 1'. State, J 11. HKHilNItOTHAH, J. cluding the delegates, in the other. The Admix. Lve MsysTlllt a 83 a m It Upn "The snow fields worthy of mention which public life to have demonstrated the fact JOF.L J. WAUCEIl, LEAVKLL, " Johnson............ 8 17 a raj I pm mileage of the Senators costs $431 per in last all the year around are situated between LEWI3 V. " Carllsl Other sec- Long's 723am!22Sntn is a statesman. J. W. LO"AN, JkU peak and Midjio park. These re- J 8. JOHNSON', " Mlllersburg capita, and of the representatives $333 20 that he 7 4a m 3 SO pm T. M. AUNOLD, to some conArr I"ari.. s 10a m main during the summer. I have often ob- I F. HFBI1LE, is pm From the contingent fund, tions of the State are entitled per capita. B. O. MULLINS. " Iyaxlngton, SIMPiON, .' 9 05 a mlli 10 pm . in this respect and to retire Mr. served tho glacial action on the fence In J03. " Civlnton III Us u 800pm gets, at per capita estimate sideration each Senator Btck now and elect Dr. Standifcrd would Middlo park. It mores them every winter. OVS?lClult3x NoTK.Tra.lfll B and Sara, .(allv llaMn U'ln. $921, and each Representative $342. Thb motion b not great. In fact, it is so of the best nnd slow as to bo almost cheater, Lexington and Ctnilunatl, other trains 0)) tOUItVlllt NtwAllASTI CHICAtO Rt !(L- imperceptible. Know-slidthe incidental expenses of Cm be a fitting tribute to one "P v i areuaiiy excepi aunuay, safest busineoa men in the State, Mid would are very common in Colorado, and J. M. UiaOINBOrilAM.PP.EiT. lllrarf., mnn,.llnni ir. in.,U a I tt.ln..Ki Ml.k grefsmen, exclusive of their annual salary LEWIS V.LEAVELL, Chesapeake A Ohio tor Mt. Htarllng, Ashland, be au icjittice to Mr. Beck, who his most common In tho Ban Juan, near the J. P. SANDIFEIl, CAS1IIEU, of $5,000, each Senator costs the govern not nuuuu.uiu, nariesioc, n. a., and ivatttrn citd years and main range. They occur every year, and ies. for B. F. HUD30N, TELLER. frequently when snow falb to any extent. ment to provide him with attendance, over been in public life 3 anJ 4 ruu via Winchester fast Llne:-N- os. been will paid for all he ever did for his Bolld Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars between LOSS OV IIl'MA.V LIKE. LIAMKl 110TII $5,307 per annum, and the cost of each Cincinnati an,l ltl.hmAn.1 V. a.,,1 U....k.i.. his pjop'e -- Bowling Green "Many lives nro lost In snow slides becauso ' '' It parly or fir Representative and Delegate is $1,S10 C. I.Ol CINOIXXATJ, and Wasblnglor, D. ana hagRaca chcckc-peoplo who become Indifferent to danger laroucn iictsts l to any will be seen that Senates come very Times through long association with it will insist destination rraehM by railroad. Da ly, secures to travelers If you nrogoluc to any point WEST, Bucklen'a Arnica Salve For full rarliculars, call on aor airent of the Argus. on building bouses in tho wrong location. h'gh NORTH WEST or SOUTHWEST, company, or The bcitS Wo in the world tor Cuts. Urulses When snow begins in tho mountains it often II. .MOIWK, tnlio tho Mb. Moody and the Crying Baby. -- Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped falb twenty, thirty or forty foot, and so THE MOST RAPID SERVICE O r.Oen.l'aM. Ak'SOt, I). A.KKEl.Kr Agent, Ira v. lUss. li-b- y Uands, Chilblains, Corns and ell Skin Eruptiom, Cflvlngton. Kv. covers up tho old snow, Tlio ground b frozen. Islington, Just at this juncture in the dlsiourse a li K. lUNliM.I ,:, ,civfr, Krrr atleuiplrd between the great e nmierrlal f't-li- s in the midiecce began to cry lustily, anil positively cure Files, or no paj required. I, Tho frost nover comes out of tho ground. tleneral Citti t ., t'ovlngton, Ky. on tbeUbliltlve. and fifrnjo, and hence guaranteod to give perfect satisfaction, or raonsj When we dig thero we always find the earth and Its mother started to cury it out li the fasleit time and mov ouifunklilo trains be by frozen. It may bo that tho snow craduallv refunded. Price 25 cenU per box. For (Ohio & Mississippi Hallway tween all points In lbflS'i(fi, or to tlio IIVf melts away, but as I said before, nobody "Keep that baby here!" shouted Mr.Moody. Penny A McAUiter. ' and XortliircMt the counle part of this train NEWPORT NEWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLEY knows anything about it positively. It b a This LtnehasTwo Pally Ezprou Trains arriv- on all trunk lint la dcooiclnstnf 7"ii l.hlHt-vi- l "Ii don't distnrb me, and if tbtre are any J'jriiri'MH. TlieriiNri rollln . st. ck wt cm. mere matter of conjecture. Thero nro places ing tu tit. Louts hours In advancs ol other Hues, Interesting Experiences, THF here who cn't Mind ll e noiee let thpm go Blvca pstrons I'llllmltril dun fort. choice in our raueners lilram Camerou, Furniture Dealer of Culumbui, In tho mountains wbire I don't think tho and givingconnecting ilnrn first I'nlou of seats Ht. plov Depot, BsrAtall Coupon 'llckot OthVe in the bxitli In nf out. G id b!e'i the babiec. I love them Ga., tells hli experlcnco thus: "For three years tnow over melts. I don't believe thero b any trains fjr all olnts rVeat, foil lu wen and Northyou will II ml our lime tabid ami tickets, ay Louis, ROUTE. get Jonr,ii and stick lo .lloliot), If nnd God loves thtru. 'StifiVr little children hare tried every remedy on the ruirkct for Stom- spot where timler grows that snow doesn't west dtb you want tn a.ive ruenry and have a plexsam and forbid them not for ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, un- melt. If tho snow had not melted tho tim- HecllnlnK Uhnir Parlor Cars and Now to come uctt me II. (. MraillMIL'K, Emigrant looping Cars (Icncisl I'asscmirr Agent. I'mcago, til I used Electric Hitters. Took five bottles arid ber never could havo grown. Abovo timber Kcn.iit'kj'rt Itonlc of ouch M thekifitjiloui of heaven.1 Moth-MCity ltckt Agents and Olllrorv growth jerpctual ihaiio cannot exist except apPrco ol" Cliui'Kc. am now cured, aud think ElecUIc Bitters the best K. A. Bucknkh, 27 rth Ate.. IulivllIe, Ky. Hlways bring your btbiep, and when I Blood PurlSer la the world." 'Major A. B. Heed, under a ledgtj of rock. Tho sun gcta around roa I. SI. UoeiisMK, Vi'J V ne st , Cincinnati, U get so weak that I can't yell louder than of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitten for an everywhere In tho summer timo". NOW WaBhinglon, Philadelphia and "It b estimated," said State Engineer they can I will quit preaching " Report old standing Kidney affection and says: "Koth. Now York. to the reporter later, "that sixty inches To purchaiea Farm In the West, Korthweit or lug has ever done me so much .good as Electric of Sermon. cuuiuwuai CORPORATION Bitten." Bold at 50 cents a bottle by Penny A of water fall annually on tho eastern slopo of The only line running In tho The niches. Fannin; and GrtulDft (VI tho ltocky mountains in tbo form of snow ICnrl.t rtw I. a ha,l Young Prettyman (to lady who has re McAHster. frim HI lid v l . v va vvwt tM nv ruT and rnln; 60 per cent of thb falls during tho on long ma J w a4 lowava V vw In This land ifra I'UMiMAN xi:,v sli:i:li. lit it Knotcn; Interest. will time and at cahs I ceived from him marked attention) winter and siring montlis. That which falb raise douule th,e number ol bushels of corn or A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. 1. That II. U. Withers, T. J. foster, Ci. A LackA!D evening and to tho acre that can be proJuced In this wheat called on Miss Gushington last Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between lato in tho autumn and early in tho winter b section, and with much less labor. The price ol ey, 8. II. Shanks, Forest us Bold Mid W. (.. Welch most A SOLID had & delightful time. Don't you think Atlantic City and N. V., had beon troubled with solid, available for irrigation, as it becomes land is steadily advancing. It trill liner br have associated themselves togetli'r nnd formed a almost liko Ico, unit melts slowly under -- moM vrenrnt, and it Is cer- corporation under the provisions of Cnsp.M, (Jen. is Terr nice?" Mwa Colfax (who U ee a cough to that he was unable to sleep, and wai tho summer's sun, affording a steady How chctlltcvthiiil atinvestment to every she tain to prove a god Loaiiville, Cincinnati tt Lexington, Kt. Bint. Ky. -- "Yes, Induced to try Dr. King's Kew Discovery for Conthrough tbo Irrigating season. Hnows fallcretly jf alou of MIm Gjshington) to Washington Oitv. sumption. It not only; gave him lnetant relief, ing in lato spring melt rapidly, and tho wa2. The name of the incorporation it Hie ' sun. intfeed, Inlways liked her. What a pity but allayed the extreme soreness In his breast. ters ruu down Uio rivers unused. Although Round-Tri- p Connoctlng In the aamo depot with ford I'.olltr Mlll'Companv," Tickets, Good 40 Says of business Stanford, Lincoln and Its principal place County, Kentucky. moat people hate her I suppose it must His children utte similarly afiectcd and a single about fifty mountain peaks in Colorado reach Fast Trains for Now York. an elevation of over 14,000 foot, 3. Tbegeneial natutenf the business Is the purLowell dose bad tho same happy effect. Dr. King's New nearly all dbapiiears every yet tho snow At Low Excursion Itatra to Neosho, Mo.; The Direct Motile to be because she lies so terribly. season, small Florence. Abilene, Independence. Baxter chase and sale of grain, the manufacture and sale Discovery la tow tho itandiru remedy in the Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virgin! quantities remaining only in patches hero and Hprlngs, P.eece, ilolton, Council (Jrove, Kingman, Citizjn. Coleman household and on board the schooner. thero. On and North Carolina Points. Columbus, of flour and meal, and tho purchaie and sale of thb account there aro at present Lenora, Oberlln and tieneca, Kansas; Nob.; Valentine, Kor tickets and further Information, apply to Bottles of this Fire d'stroved Korii'a Hotel at Cam- - Free TrialHcAlistor'i Drug Standard Itemedy at no glaciers in the ltocky mountains. Tho Urand Island, Lincoln andPalestine, Ban Antonio, coal, your nearest llckot office or address W. W. Moo and Ozsrd, Ark ; cold mountains condense tho nioUture in tho Penny A 4 The capital stock la authorlz d lo be f 19,000 Store. Wichita Falls, Waco, dec, N. J., Sunday night and three children country adjacant, thereby robbing tho plains Taylor, and Midland, Texas. Lampisei, Balrd, divided Into shares ol J50 each to be paid as the roe, General Agent, Islington, Ky. Albany Use Green Cough Balsam for coughs and colds. of their quota of inobturo. were burned to desth Their parents were W.. WI4JKI1A31, II. W. rilLM-.B- .Ag't. Directory may determine and direct. 30c, For sale by MclloberU A Stagg. 2d Vice President, "Hence tho necessity for Irrigation. It b Stop.oTcr Prirllegcs will bo Allowed Oen'l Paaa'r 5". The corporatloi shall begin business Feb. 21, eeverely burned in attempting to recue Price quite ensy to foretell tho probable amount of Iiulsvllle, Kr. 1837, and terminate 23. years thereafter. water for irrigation purposes for tho coming Ho U your bio id? Use Green's Sarsaparllla them. To examlno the Lands and Country. C. Thcaffalraof the Company shall be conducted boason by watching the amount of snowfall For sale lT McRnbertt A .Stage at 1 1. Purchasers of Land will have the Price of their L.ES F. nurirHAN, t, in tho mountains The theory is now broached that ihe by a board of six directors, whi shall elect a TickTickets refunded. Extension Uound-trl"Fanners Hvim: from twenty to thlrtv ets at Low rates to many other points may he seHerniary, Treaurcr, urtther othce being Green's Electric OH cures all aches and pains. miles tree" that George Washington cut down from tho mountains, or where thoy can en ed at .Stations to which you purchase tickets. Incompatible with the otberr, and aball appoint For sale by McBoberta A Stagg at 50c. New York Tribune. watch tlio suowfull on the main rango of tho was a chestnut. 8TANFOBD, KY. such other olllcera and agents as may be deemed mountains, havo learned how to cauco their Incorporators shall Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at crops by tho time the snow falls and the quanThe II you Think or Moving Wch( nrctsssry. tho first Board of Directors, and their Offlce South alda Main Hlraat ' - . . a,. be Cured by imnkennesi, or Liquor Hablt.ean 50c, at McRoberta it-- Stagg'i. tity. If tho riiow falls early they expect constitute low the Myers Hotels administering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. water for Into crops. If tho snow fall prin- Call on any ofouragenta who will promptly an. successors shall be elected on the 2nd Saturday Fare Nitrons Oxide ass administered when weralllniulrlcs and furnish valuable v.itli-i- it required. cipally in tho spring montlis they fear short or tea It can bo given in a cup of coffee taking It, to price of Lands, Ject., homestead or January, 1SS, and annual y at the stme time water in summer and fall, and plant or sow and person the kuowlcdgo ot tho laws in suy of the Western thereafter. accordingly. we cardittly rrcsramenj a sjieelly and permanent cure, whether at your homes Ifdeslnxl, Will cill Stte. tickets to on youpoint, have your freight 7. The highest indebtedness of the Company, Tout U si iht "Thero can !o no doubt about tho influenco ntftr la amoilerato drinker or an alcoany When Italiy wa4 sick, we gave her Castorla, (ho patient lurnlati known to u C i Gcnonhjri TCnttI'ATS. exreed S12.W0. that cutting or burning the timber on tho aud household goods shipped at lowest rates, and shall at no time holic wreck. Thousand ot drunkard have afW' T0 Di im an,V'e (.ltd, sol I conil ttr. When she nxt a Child, she cried for Castorla, JajpjiagaraEU.4 have mountains has on tho How of our htrenms. atteud personally to checking your baggage, and 8. The prlvato property ol corporators and beenmado temperato men who lia.o taken tho able, sad la treiy cs.i it KM ous Strtiuri. eelDjf you comfortably stirtisl on your Journey. tholt They will on thb account becoino more interWhen she became Miss, she clunj to Castorla, stockholders shall bi exempt from corporate debt, Uolden Specific In their colleo without drink-lu- g hsigltrcattiuricil.il. Heuciubor lliat thlsaailstituci Isrendercl frt-- f of they quit mittent in their How, which b a draulmck to charge Urjeolbylt, bellce knowledge, and C. W. PABI3. T. . FOSTElt, Alroll Si I.UL, When she h vl Children, she gave them Castorla, tho irrigation interests of tho state. The presII. 8. WITIIEU, ot their own free will. No Harmful ellect ljill'riChlalCa. Cent. I'assecsr Agent, IS W 4th at., Cincinnati, (I.A.LACICEV, 8. II. SIIANK IluJua.N', Y. ervation of tho mountain forests should bo from Its administration. Cures guaranresults Cinclnnatl.lBaai W. B.8IIATTUC. JOHN V BAUNABD, W. (I. WKLCH. encouraged," concluded Mr. Nuttletou em I'OItEiTUJ ItGtD, teed. Bend (or circular and full particular.!. ohio.B Sol 11, t1ni;jiiti. Hen. I'kss, Ag'l. I'res. and Oen'l Man'gr, piratically. 2031m. Address in "nftdence Goi.dkn Srrxiric Co., Denver reb.17tbl87. Cincinnati, U. Piu 4I.UO. .'.'-ra- t' JiiU Is5"arc i for loral men-sende- DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNIT. COLORADO SNOW BANKS. Bill m Absolutely Pure. Livery, Training, Feed, SALE STABLE . JACKSON UOUNK, r Haort-llaa.- l, i! iii-lcc- POWDER riE ISOAlt 1 MYERS HOTEL, and STANFORD. KY. Propr WILLIS HOUSE, tiii: J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. 3UI-l- I liufe.v ihotogkaiii:ek, td I i3,-00- T BOOTH-BODV- post-offic- es . r' 1 ADMINISTRATRIX'SALE " ' , o JJ5m.... ... .... I b CONTAINING ACRES ..litis USi-lyr- ... ' ff rfZ V , liar-row- s, twa-hor- ns DinECTonsi UocTii-llorH- lOD-L- t I . . . Sum-marixin- g, es ' 20-od- A NEW FAST MAIL isvii.m; a v - n O. & M. Ij I ( -- Jto-first- luiir-ne- y. 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