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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887031801 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 Wukln & VOL. XVI. Pubtlthetl Tiioifrtuw nmt Friday , AT nteftot Mmin 1887. II. K. TAYLOR, ', STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, ened scoundrel -e- veryone deserving a thouLONDON, LAUREL COUNTr. sand halters -r- efused to uiiterlaljas to mei Smoke "The Leader" cigar at J. A E. thoroughly In sympathy with the hand some rascal, in pursuit of a heavily laden II. Hackney'a. Who said the Winchester Democrat un'Bpanlsh gaUean,'' from which, afier "deder the new management would b a Buck posing" of It defenders, according to the plratio code, he was to get more loyely ner organ, any way? (Bruce Champ. 13 J.) Tho shop of the monumental sign, iiirgi, to adorn his beautiful bride' bouJIjw the devil doe elucate tho JoUn 1. Hatcher, proprietor, is not only doir children! He knows where to make last- the best but the cheapen birber shop in ing impressions, and how littlo do parents the city, Transient as well ns rrgular custom seem to caro what their children readl To respectfully solicited Mid politely waited this day bo Ineradicable are tho lemons of upon at the shop bt the monumental eicn, childhood Dick Turpin nnd Hlaclc Be?, John T Hatcher, proprietor. Kobln II mil and his "mcrrie men," Bob London li niw pawla throng1! u t Koy, Jick Hheppard, Paul Clifford, Cipt. vere butter fumue The Jersey "Lily," Kydd, La Fitte, el id genu. omne aro invest "Pink," "Star" or "Brinkle" would draw ed with a glamour of romance that quite heavily here at the writing! hidffl away their real characters. Most atA movement li on foot to pike Miin tractive villain, every ono, and will be, ,1 street so that it will hepmible and pnsi suppose ble to get to the depit an I elsewhere about The "lay of the land" in these parishes town that may be nq'iired. Mav the Lrd that fringe our great country to the south, prosper the "proif c'." is quite uniform. Newest the gulf innuVolume l, Nuoibsr 1, of the Jellico merable shalbw bays, guarded from the Xrws graces our table. It is lire ea most ocean enif by a necklece of narinfant end smacks loudly of Dr. F. 13. G. row island or birren reefs, and a very parLindney, whom CjI. 8. M B doubtless re adise of oysters and fish. Then tho "Hostlow-Jyine, NO. 212. DANVILLE, BOrLECOUNir 8!1 1'JBUA.NNUM, OAWIX. I understood If w. credit IbstlJ.SO will .nil demanded. W. P. WALTON- - GEORGE O. BARNES GOD IB IS LOVE And NOTHING ELSE prent since last November, charged with stealing All peruns are notified not to pan through our I' LEXINGrTOIftKY. $18 from Ned Owsley was acquitted Wed- premises without special permission, as we will K IIoijma, La., Much 11, 18S7. aimi nesday evening. A righteous decision ov- - enforce tbe law sgalhat those who do. Dear Ihteiuoh: The full moon, or WJ1. JiKCK, eryoouy inougiu who heard the trial. The eomethioir. else has brought eeveral day. of A. 31. FELASD, grand jury was Goaliy discharged Wednes(he unclouded nlory ahowerjr weather, after J. II. JflCt.Elt, day evening. IlonmtTJIcA LIS Fit, of the beaulitul "apell" that wrlcomed ua Stanford, Ky. The long aony in regard to Charles SOt tf. the eun lit out in radiant litre. To-WUrery sack guaramecd to glre sattifactloQ.-fr- ci Henderson, the alleged "fakir," Ac, is over threatening aplemlor attain, LvitniKhtwiaro WOOD WALLICK WATT COCIIBAX for the present and Charles is now a free that "Uncle Hilafter a day of dawn-pou- r, WM AYBF.S. JAS O OIVKNS, men and with his friends in Louisyille. ly," oar woodened legKed, colored eexton, & COCHRAN, Ioury Tublle. members. After a thorough trial the jurj disagreed .tumped down, to advle that the lamps in ing prairie," already deitrlbed, skirting The recently organizjd lodge nt this GENTS' FURNISH KIIS, lighted. To which we the salt water bays, and buoyed up by freh place of Kuighli of Honor, U enjoying a ueunesuay, standing ten to two in favor of the Hall should not-bS13, tth Street, assented, a it would have been sheer pun. or brackish water; then the terra firma, with boom, since all things must boom. We are acquittal. Judge Morrow reduced thei$i(.' AT 000 bond heretofore required, to $1,500, lahnienl, to drag a congregation out itich a its drainsg of sluggish bayous, like the informed, "believe and so charge," that ten 311 Fifth Street, - - night feasible as audi a gathering might fingers of ono's hand. Bstwren these digi petitions for membsrship will gi in at our which wa given, Mr E B. Russell, of this place, being the surety. Henderson teti-fis1L.OUISVIJT.Ii:. . bt In a well paved and well lighted town tal drains lie the beautiful sugar planta nezt meating in hi own behalf and denied moat posIlootaa3and 5, Cromle Block. (IWMy.) or city -t- o neither of which characteristic., tlons the position ever the same. First Our enterprising barber, Mr. John T. itively that he wa at Junction City the water front tion the navigable bayou; Hatcher, has had a beautiful new sign Houmacan fairly lay claim. at the The "Bunny Bouth," which, in Januaiy, then the broad bell of acreage, in cane cul- painted in almost all the colors of the rain time Dr. Burke parted with his money. In MT. VEHNON, KY. this he was corroborated by Mr. Long, in Central MisslMlppi, we found to be a tivation; then the cypress swamp, with its bow, which now pilots the stranger to the the Treasurer of the circus and Mr. Prentice, IH WOLICITX3D. This old and Hotel li still main"delusion and a snare," i no longer a stalely timber trees -r- ivalling the most chair from wSoace no man ever depart the manager of the side shows. In view taining IU fine reputation. Charge reasonable mockery. We hare it in its attractive valuable of pine foreils, In intrinsic worth. dissatisfied. of I barp secured tbe rcrTlcea of a Crstlaas Special attention to tbe traveling public all the circumstance in the case, loveliness this raorntog The orange tree, Bursting through this Ml of cypress, you .,Kan2iPWo,0.,urn out work Jon" "P only itii not at John T. Hatcher's stand, one door all 3t. P. XE1TCO.VH, Pro'r. lnlb?hlgh.eM,8iy, .f ,he Tonioilal Art. probable that a conviction can over be n Alt. Vernon, Ky. with their leave of waxen green, hare will come out upon the rear of other suj,ar eoutb of the Riley Hotel, is the place to a young iiensfP9. I am Dreturn ti . h m.-"- .. such a glint on them, from the slanting plantations, facing, in their turn, aoother get a good, easy shave and a fashionable secured. or truly enticing. A ia -J- ames Schoolen, the young call from i.K . l!u . raan'er KWtlemen of dUn- law-yethey seem to bayou; and so on to the ending of the chap- hair cut. This excellent barber makes few co'ored rays of the morning sun, that TBE HOUSE ' nJ BARBER SHOP, f0 " the public (teuorally n rery who was admitted to the bar apectfully be laden with a crop of flashing gems. The ter The belts of cr press swamp are like pretentions, but thoroughly at Lansolicited .l understands YiltI4 1, 4KSSE J, TlIOnTSOS, PBOr'B. caster some months ago, appeared in lire oaks hare she! the old leave and are the alley between the city properties, fac hi busineM. court Wednesday, as attorney for Tom Elmore, dressed in the tender spring garb of their ing on parallel street and standing bacir to A traveler hired a howe from the liv PEARSON & CLARK, u coioreu, and Indicted for malicious moss has just been back, beautiful specie. The try stable of W. H. Jackson A Co., the (Concluded next Issue.J shooting. He filed a demurrer to the in- picked from the boughs and lien in gray other day, and rode him to Manchester, a mows under each tree, yet with enough RESOLUTIOSSOF RESPECT. distance of 21 mile, over the meanest mud aictment.the point being that the word left on the limbi from the plucking, to road in the Bute, within four hours. The "feloniously" was necessary to make the LEXINGTON, KY. document good. The demurrer wa overWiifjikas, the life of one of our mem- horse will die and the traveler will be without the make feathery pendant'; loser 12 & ruled and the case then went on trial bebers, Bro. Adam Carpenter, wis on the $100. West Main smotberiog and sombre effect o( the full 1 W. II. Williams, recently of Barbour-ville- , fore a colored jury, the first ever? in Boyle drapery, when nltowed to hare its uncheck night of the 1th iost , murderously taken is home again. Mr. Lucy J. Wll county. Schoolen addreased the ?or In ed will of growth. Being a parasite unless, from him near the hour of midnight, by an Bargain. is stripped occasionally, or regu- - unknown assarain, calling him out of his liams, who ha bera in Louisville for some behilf of,hi client and got him off with one the mo weeks, haa returnod home. Supervisor J. year in the penitentiary, when he might larly, from the poor auflocated trees, they house and from his bed of i est, and withiiiOfli6r'0,le ViiyMoT In HtauforJ, Ky., a very A 8mith, who has been transferred to the and probably ought to have gone fife' The are greatly injured and, in time, even de- out warning or provocation, firing upon ali?.bi9re?ldenceJfit!'MTeQ " and at doon stable, amokenoute, 'm.Vwh fan iatssawMTtJ 'I stroyed. The onnge tree is a common as him with a gun heavily loaded with buck main L A N. line, with headquarters at following were the heroic twelve: GIbeon Ac. About an acre ofirrouod tn ih in. ami thereby killing him immediately, Elirabsthtowo, will move his family there E.Dram, Preston 8hiriey, E. B. Cheattormi, dc, apply to II.G.AIjFOIID, the apple tree with us, an l grows to a real shot 163- w ' wvl'jtatkakakalfluAT saV-- "in a few days Mr. Smith and family dur ham, Jordan Mltchol, John Rickette, SteAg.ntfor J.B.Alford. tree's proportions not the shrub wo nurse snl whereas the live of all good cittuns are rendered in.ecure by the occurrence of ing their stay among us have won many phen Johnson, Felix Bruce, Harrison Shelinourgretn houses. The fig abounds, by, Jacob Warren, Jacason Fry, " flvVWaWllaflaaBfcBLMU- saA. Wm. Em of varied kinds -t- he most such events in our midst, it behooves all friends and all ragret the neceaiity of the and change, while rtjolcing in Mr. Bmith's bry, Thomas Eoglisb. delicate bslng the trlatr, smallest but sweet cititscs, both white and colored, to unite their effort for the suppression of such good fortune. -J- ohn iJelvfn, "est of them all. The vxagnolia iucoa colored, ol,Americue, 'm'1 i,,...i i?iii f lawoeasnees, and the speedy arrest and punHUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY '. G., bad Ellis Dennard arrested on a charge in with its heavy lui:Iousnea of fragrant odor Work done In the latcat style, with cheapness The Photographer, of burglary and taken before a magistrate bloom. It is the eataean ishment of the guilty, therefore be it is now in full ard dlipatcb. Ladlea' and children's work N.D. Snow was thrown violently from for trial. He then had himself excused to Iletolied, 1st. That in the murderous Muiof the Bouth bud and iliwer alike in a frightened horse on the street Saturday of Bro. Adam Carpenter, an Ir- afternoon. shspe-on- ly the chocolate brown of the lat He was unconecioui when hunt up the witnesses. The court wailed MACE BBUCE'S ter is replaced by the pure white of the for reparable wrong ha been inflicted upon ev- taken up and when partially restored gave for two hour and.tbea adjourned on learning that Belvin had in the mean time The magnolia grandijbra, with its su- ery Rood citlxsn in the community, toer. evidence of a revere concussion of the Buggy & Implement House. 2nd That this great crime demand the brain. He was taken home in a buggy in eloped with Dennard' wife, the lalter'a ar perb bloom, m everyone koows, is n stately Mado forest tree the pride of these latitudes, immediate and united ilFjrts of every citi- the evening and is reported as suffering in- rest bilng simply a scheme to keep him out of the way until tho elopement could zen for the arrest and punishment of the tensely. I hare now from Eastern Florida to Texaa The sudden and violent death of Adam be consummated. What a charming luxury it is to rise guilty A Pull Lino of Wheat DrillsJ and Controller Durham has decided that no 3rd That iu the life a id character of our Carpenter created a sensation unparalleled rith the eun, and stroll as I daily do, be otnor AKrioultural Implomouts, The character portion o( the interest cf the fund of $250 fore breakfast, up and down the plank deceased brother, we have conspicuously in our part of the county. Besides a walk between the bouse and the front itaW; Illustrated the virtues of integrity, Indus of the deceased, the suddenness of the call, 000 appropriated by Congress for the edu the mystery in which the act was veiled, cation of the blind can ba used in the the umbrageous live oaks (king, with try, honesty, sobriety and brotherly kindunder Full Lino of Buggies and. Wagons embossed hooka and tangible apall conspire to give it a startling interest. undirputtd title, of all the Southern treer); ness. on hard. In connection with my Im-- .. paratus of the education of the blind made Always plement buslneta, I h That in the life and charnctor of the But as investigation progressed amer.sment breathing the delicious morning air; listen I will alio carry a ine to the eoncs of birds, that Gil tho air deceased, we recogni one who was devot was changed to horror, and sympathy gave elsewhere than at the American Institute Comiilcto Slock or Lumber, with varied harmonic; and taking n romp ed to tho intertsts of the Maionic priuci place to consternation. I haye beeu hand- for the Blind in Louisville. Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything Bufhlo euffered a $300,000 firp. finu IJtvtliin" pie', of which order-h- e was a bright and ed me for publication tho enclosed action ai in turn, wi h"Krnk"-o- tir nflection ol thn lodue, tho propriety of which at leading member. IiOW us amy ouc, Bucken's Arnica Salve 6th. That in his deatli an irrepitnble loss this juncture (iu view of the peculiarity of TheboatSalve In the world lor Cuta. Brulica I salklt a abaro of your.patronage. ate, and unexcelled mi a watchman at Itcsptctfully night, or a hunter, of unerring fcent, n ha been inflicted upon a most worthy fam- lhecac) I deem somewhat questionable. Sores, Salt Bbeuiu, Fercr Sorei, Tetter, Chapped m-- t I. Jl. Itltl'CE. Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Kruptlona, heroily, n devoted wifit and mother is rohhed of We should be careful not to add n feather field. There- is uo end of the bird and positively euros I'llea, or no pay required. I, ns of game, of nearly every kind you can her husrnnd and five children deprive! of to the Height that is already crushing bur la guaranteed to give perfect eatlafactlon, or raonoy I dened suuls to deatli, nor to increase Uy a rofunded. l'rlce 23 cents por "Frank," during these warm a father's wisdom and counsel. csll for. box. For sale by sprlnc iluye, being of an irreprffldbly active oin. mat una jiiugn exrenii to me Ki'nglo pang an agouy which is already In I OI1IJJ iT JlCAIISlPr. Valuable Heal Estate and Store Wo areoreiilnu tbe in est oiirehillj selected, the turn, and full of 111 strange interest for family cf the deceased their sincere aympn-th- y supportable. Rooms., nest and best stock of Interesting Experiences. I spent last Friday in attendance on in thin great trial and hereby assure hnutiiffi thing that creep an l ll f. amuses Ulrara Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, As Executor olLewIaV. IIAlVON Aft'W I Oder A..S hiuve.f by setting endless buttertl.e.'. them their surow U keenlv experienced by the second monthly examination of Mis Ga., tells hla experience thus: "For threo years for salo, uu easy terms, tho Philips, dee'd,palate In following real and near the growing town ol Lancaster, Garrard Ever brought to this city. I very iuitiiimenfjls our own hearts, in token of which wo will Alma Tompkins' school near Maywood. have tried orery remedy on tho market for Stom- county, Krmucky: Whether he takes iheiu for auwo diminuthe pridfl of tin artist and prices rni;a from One Brick on Public Square ol said 25 percent, lower titan other dealer ask lor 10. to tive gaiuo bird, or stalks them to keep his wear the mini bulge of mourning for thir- By the way, since the school is beginning ach aud Kidney Disorders, but got no relief un- town, now Store-rootbe used ns a til I uicd Electrlo Hltlera. Took Ore bottles and room same goods. Persona ot muilcil nnd ar' culture to vindicate itself so proudly there ia a dis ty days. noaa in gidd practice, cr for soma other One frame Store room on the Public Square, now arn Invited to an luspectlou of am now cured, and think ElectrlclWtters the best the beautiful, cultias a family grocery room. utril vated, refined tone and jrtltt Jesih'u ol these cele7th. That u opy of thea reioluliotis b position to christen the edifice "Lynwood," Blovl Purlflerln the world." Major A. B. canine resson, we can not know: but TjoStore-rooiusoReed, Richmond Street, near furnished the family of Ihn deread, also a which name is Sylvan, euphonious and of West Liberty, Ky, used Kloctrlc Bitters for an He Square, one now used as a Millinery Store, Pub. brated luitruinouta; all day long he dogs (literally) those th 3 an Undertaking establishment. With il Kiialic, tlio Fa ti iwer (litters, and when, after copy to the Inteiuoii Jouhnai, and Din-vill- o suggestive. But be this as it may, Mis T. old standing Kidney affection and says; "Kotu-lu- ?'??block will bo sold II desired a lot of ground The the has erer done me so much .good as Electric adjolnltg tt Advocate, with the request that thoy is certainly doing a noble work for that iiions Decker & Son, (he Popiilar on threo lege, in the etanding. statute like, One larm with house and other ncceoary Blttera." Bold at SOcentaa bottlo by Tenuy A and the Rollnbio New L'nI.ind Kepectfully and community. She (h a young lady, inspired McAUster, the Ujlngton Turnpike. 3 wiles orthordox position, till something Hushes publish the same. iroin Lancaster, of 137 acre. by an ardent zeal for her mianiou, thorough riaiios, One Farm ol ISO acres, 3 hia game, ho will nose away at the spot fratfrnnlly submitted, miles from Lancaster, A Captain's Fortunate Discovery, near the Lexington Plko, unimproved, with house The Oolebrated Olough and Warren and ly equipped for her enterprise and natural L B, Adam?, ") wlthaH much from which they have dawn, Cspt. Coleman, scbr. Weymouth, plylns between and necessary outbul dings. J. B. Giikex, V Com'tee. ly qualified for her arduous undertaking the John Church k do. Organs. uue wrm, uniuiproTfii, smiles from Lancaater, diligenre as if a covey of partridges had ocAtlantic City and N. V., bad been troubled with on tho Ham'Ii Reii, J And her efloria are already beginning to a cough aath.it ho was unablo to sleep, and was Ky., also aLexington.fi Turnpike of 73 acres. Please eontiaunliale slth us for catalogues, terra cupied it. When weariner a overtakes him And tract of acres on Gilbert's Creek. . "nd prices. (ell with marked and salutary results. I Induced to try Dr. King's Now Dlscorery for Con- about 4 iiitlos from Lancaster. ..j at this, he will curl up on the verandah The pioi V.io 'Axaiit marriace certifiAaexecuior, luesire la soil Bit tills property, 8. It. A) fj, J. COOK. Special Ag'ts. remember visiting this school at no very sumption. It not only gave him Instant relief, I am empowered by the will to wake deoda to it, for a change. .. litanforU, Ky, and hunt, iu dreamland, cate has been tleelsreil invalid. but allayed the extreme aorenoia in his breast, A tlno cbacce la now ottered to those Or ROSE R. RICHARD, destrlnc remote period when it could not with pro- Ills children vrtre similarly a dec tod and a single homes or luTeatmonts. was quite interested to learn that La I 'T never had any sympathy," said References A. It. Peuny.lMrs. E.M. CarpenFor e bootor, infested these Iijeclicr, vears ago, "with the Epifcapal priety have been designated a model insli doo bad tho name happy effect. Dr. King's New ItoAl, lull particulars address my Altorney, II, T. ter, J. M. Philips, J, M, Moore and James li easFitte, the Lincaster, Ky or the uuJertlgned at btau- - ier, Stanford; Mrs. Msggle Holmes, Crab Orchtution. But Mlsa Tompkins with her mild Dlicorcry is now the standard remedy In tbe running up Grand prayer, 'From sudden deatli deliver bayous in Ter re Bonne, ard; Gen. W J, Landraui and Miss I.UiIe Huff200.3m" in ' Coleman houaohold and on board tho schooner. man, Larcasfr, Ky. 133-lCallloii bayou, especially, to unlade his When I go I pray that I may go swiftly, but inexorable regime ha affected a mirac- Free Trial Bottloi of this Standard Remedy at The yiaitor finds Penny A McAllster's Drug Store, plundered cargo. A plrato, of course, Is like a falling sta; go in the midst of my ulous improvement. a boy's model, under the stimulu of the usefulness, and not be chained In some liv- hiniBolf now in the presence of a company Vie Green Cough Balaam fur coughs and colds. charming literature that was in vogue( ing death, a burden to myself and the of young ladies and gentlemen The ma Price 50c. For sale by Mclloberta A. SUgg. when I was younir; onu" cou'l never tn'nk friends I love" One prayer at 'eiet of terial is naturally fine and Miss Tompkins, How la your bloodf Oae Green'a Sarsaparllla with plastic skill, has moulded it into of one of this class of cut throats, In any the great preacher seeoi in have h eu For lo bv McRoberta A8U at f 1. shapss of order, industry, emulution and fellow other connection, than la a dashing for hla end was ex icily as he Lad Green's E.'ectrle Oil cures all aches and pains. progress. She threw open her curriculum with heard of curling Jet; a rolling collar of prayed for. from tho English alphabet to Latin from For sale by Mclloberta A. Stag at 60c. gpotlcsa whit?, with a black tie in n sailor's, red silk saob; Drunkenness, or Liquor Habit, can be Cured by arithmetical notation to tho myelin eln Green's Golden Balm, aure cure for Catarrh at knot; a cutlass language of algebra -- making geography 60c, at Mclloberta .1-- Stage's. Turkish slippers; commanding a mkish aimimttering Dr. Haines' Golden Spocinc. poetic and physiology romantic, aud urged schooner with npochrypbal Bulling quail It can bo given tn a cup ot eolteo or tea wltli-rtlmkiiou ledge o( tho person taking It, efthe visitor to eolect at will the exercises. "bounding with slanting keel" oyer fecting tics n speedy nnd porinanent cure, whether The "Lynwood" people deserve great cred the blue rvaten; and the loveliest of women, (he patient Is a inndcrato drinker or mi When Baby wm sick, we paro ber Caatorla, wreck, 1Iiuiih,iiuIs of waiting for his return, in the cave of won-d- f oecu mudu teinperatn men whodninkardi liavo it. They have taken hold of the education hao taken I lit) al problem iu sober enlightened earnest. When she was a Child, alio cried for Caatorla, r where his stored up wealth was litter (loldeu bievlHu In their colfeu without llielr Wlien she became Miss, ahe clang to Caitnria, First they have provided an excellent tiellcvu ing lit-- boudoir, in the shape of costly knowledge, and free will. Nothoy unit drinkharmful eflect building. Next they jviy a living salary. ing ot their own Wbea sho ha.1 Children, she rt8 them Casloria brocades aud brie a brsc interspersed with retnlta from its nilinlnlstrutlon. Cures guarantConscquentlv thoy seouro tho servlcea nf eed. Kend for circular nnd lull particulars. emeralds, and pearls. diamond, Addroi mi I'n'iildeiieo (Joi.iik.v Co., an eQicient teacher and finally they visit aud (uicoursgo the school. i i..,.nt Ohio The grimy, blordstained, powder bUik- - sav , ' ' IMtVlMIS IT1I13 JUOllI). Mr. K. T Q liseuberry. of St. I' nl, OfLOOAN CODNIT. IsaCandfdate ortheoffle. Minn., is visiting friends In Dinvill... ofHupertitenilsut of Public Initructloa, iubjct to tbe Democratic State Convention, Mr. Wm. Duke, on of Col. Wm, Duke, of this place, was recently married to Miss 9ionetreet. at Kansas City. Messrs. Engleman & Fields recently bought from 8. W. Wheelock, of Sealed propusala lor the construction of th Mollce, Klrer, Garrard III., the fine brood mare, Littie McGregor,' Stanford, Dli will bjrecelTtl Countr A Wblto Oat: Turnpike uutll who is a fi ie bay, o hands, foaled 1879 SATDIIIULY, MA KOH 1ft, 1SS7. by Kibert McGreeor, 2:171, dam by Rom-ulua.re of the dams of Koxle McGregor, Specification will Wurul'heil upon triplication, by tb Secretary. HUht rmatnpd to reject all 2.271, McGregor B)y, 2.23, second dam by bUsolTered. A I,EX. Til A YT.itXl, Prcs. .,r A THUtULH.tSKi Comanche Cnief, by Hill's Black Hawk; aiO-l- d Stanford, Ky March 7th, 1887. now in foal to 8ultin, 2:21. The mare arrived Tuesday morning in fine condition. ! Alex Jenkins, who ha been in jail TURNPIKELETTINGI I f i -- W COMPANY 1 '1 Jj CREAM I POSTJSI da WALLACE e AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS LOUISVILLE, lDG-2- KY. LAW. d icy. 1VEWCOMK JIOTJCJ, well-kno- r, Mim 211-t- iiPlJ' Jit UJk Wholesale Grocers l.l 203-6- Street. For Sale at a pi i E. H. FOX, 4 lanvillc, . Frames - . . Ky. to Order. PIANOS ! pur-chesj- Siltrr-sYgiale- red, blue-bloodt- d, iron SAM 11 dry-goo- cc-cu- u - g tVoiiil-rciioiiitc- Kr-ere- roat-offlc- e. old-fre- J' i,fl'.'",. Wall Paper, twel-hlltr- Furniture, ut alco-liol- lo Oases, Caskets, Eobes. as low as the lowest. to-il- Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices JS. Bl i WEARKJW, Stanford. imwiiwmiyiiiminiiiiiiM A burglar being cornered in a house county loan amount not exceeding $8,000 in Brooklyn, shot the owner dead and for the purpose of building a jail and jailer's residence, and at the October term of madohia escape. fc Jefferson Davis denies that he is about the county court a committee was appointHe says he will nev- ed to visit the jails at London and Wilto visit Washington, liamsburg and ascertain the plans, cost of er see the Capital again. Lied Commissioner Sparks deniei building, Ac That committee was in most emphatically that he haa been writ Btructed to report at a special term, I think ing letters favoring the nomination of Hill in January, 1S87. At any rate this court and Sparks for President and Vico Presi- met and appointed M. J. Miller, M, J. Cook and II. II. Baker as a building comdent in 1888. The submission to the people of a pro- mittee to let out tho work, Ac. This composed Prohibition constitutional amend- mittee has gone ahead and privately let out ment was defeated in the lower house of the contract to J. W. Mullins, of Laurel the Illinois Legislature- - The body is over county. I am not objecting to tho man who secured the contract, because he comes whelmingly republican. Owing to an inadequate clerical force to us well recommended as a builder. But in the Pensiun Office it Is 'said that it will I am objecting to this way of letting out a be impossible to take up, for perhaps a year contract for the erection of a publio buildyet, the cases of those entitled to bounties ing privately, And another thing, the peounder the recent Mexican pension appro- ple ought to know what their jail is to priation, Under the law the appropriation coat. Oae of the members of the committee when asked what the contract was let is only availablo until June 30, 1888. The stockholders of the Kentucky at replied: "We have agreed to keep the Central Railroad had their annual election price a secret for a few days." What do Wednesday at the office in Covington. The the tax payers of Rockcastle county say Tub report that that old Mugwump, kindnesa of that friend to criminals, the election resulted in the choice of C. P to this way of doing busines? And beSecretary of the War Eadicott, who was Court of Appeals, because the word feloni- Huntington, Geo. Bliss, M E. Ingalls, E. sides all this perhaps some citizens of our discovered by Cleveland and shoved on an ously did not appear in the indictment, in II. Pendleton, Samuel Thomas, O. S. Brire county n.ight want to have a chance to snwilling country, had resigned, caused a again on trial, with the word feloniously and Gen. John Eckola to eerie as directors make a few dollars out of the job. I know of at least two parties, bsth good, reliable ripplo nf j jy in the hearts of the "bjys in properly inserted. If the Court of Ap- for the ensuing year. The Boston street car Btrike has result- men, who wanted to put in bids for tho trenct-es,peals continues to split hairs in its search but it turned out to ha un the And behold their consternation true, the more' the pitv. Eidicott is one for technicalities, it will roon climax ,the ed disastrously to the men, as all the recent work. strikes have done. The men surrendered when they began to make inquiries in of tho'9 inOK))ble, impracticable ariato-crat- ?, growing contempt felt for it. to the time for putting in bids, to without gaining any of the concessions who ho surrounded himself with all Conflicting reports come from Penn-yi'- ri they asked; their places have already been find that the whole job had been fixed up tbo pjmp eicl'n"venes of a grat poa'jiut tho probable gerrymander taken by other men; they have lest nearly privately. I, ns a tax payer of Rockcastle the rancals !n of- of Randall's district. tentate, and hat retsi-ieIt is very safe, how- two monthb' wages, and many of their num- county, demand that the committee exfice to the disgust of every democrat, who ever, to state that he will not bo cut out. plain their actions. The perpto havo a voted at the poll) to turn them out. Eadi- The republicans are not likely to give up a ber are in prison for assault. right to know and n fe of them are decott will not rIgn, but Cleveland owes it man who is wcrth more to them than any HI. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Tbt) lotlowicg Mrgri.h, Ml iu Una toiuo of termined to find out how "these thiugs to thnvj who eltc'ed him to give him his score of their own members in Congress. tbtKl tbinga kept by Danger signal strap posts of a new and are. Tax Payer. walking papei Is hi) Lexington Bpeech the other day, improved pattern are being placed at the CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Tup. rikihi hind of an old prohibitionist Senator Harris stated emphatically that approaches of the tunnels and bridges Is tbf Suttan ( f Morocco. He haa prohib- the The services will be conducted at the man or set of men who charge that he along tho railroad through the mountains. ited the a'e or purchtsn nf intoxicants of is not a democrat 'from the crown of his Uncle Jonas Brown, the great knife Baptist church next Sunday by Rsv, J. R. all kinds and abolished by order the use of head to the soles of his feet, is a liar and swapper, is visiting Pine Hill for a few James, of Somerset. GKOOEIl, tobacco A great quantity of the latter the truth is not in him. "Arise my Har- - days, He has been blind for many years Mrs. Kate Ejbert haa been confined to was publiciy burned at his command and and sayB knife trading is his best pastime. her bed for several days, but Is now able to ria.' MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. several Moora have been stripped and flogMr. Will Kennedy's little son, James P. Taylor, of Scaffold Cave, is be up. OF CURRENT EtENTS, NOTES ged through the streets for smoking in , sick and very delirious at Judge Lair's, Higgins. is sick also. of the order. When the prohibition-iet- a Mr. A. M. Elbert is now prepared to W til tea a J Yellow Oaloa Sets atrraJy In ilock. Twenty-thre- e town, with brain troubles. Cat Payne firms at Oxford, N. C, near get on top in this country, and they Bulk nJ Mr (iardn Seed In great Tarltty. is very low and not expected to recoyer. take pictures of all kinds and sizes. Mrs. were burned out; Loea $100,000. seem to be ascending that way, they ought There is a probability that George- Mrs. John Parsons, who has been sick for E. W. Jones has brought on a new supply IkJtSetaa4 Soar I'lcklet, Tomato Catlap to paw a law making it punishable with town College of millinery and notions. anj Prepared Xiitard. will be moved to Louisville. some time, is recovering. stripes also to buy or eell any kind of in - MIm Louana James has completed a We have just learned of the marriage AaeacolJent "lection of Hairy Whips lately The Government has opened at Boston toxicants. of two children near the Rockcastle and very large and beautiful oil painting repits suit against the Bell Telephone Comparehired. Tns Masonic order is very strict in its ny. Jackson county line. The boy was aged resenting a ship on the ocean during a terTbera It not txtttr taUctlon ol Caiaed (JooJi Judge Richards claims that he has 15 and the girl 13. They had the consent rible storm. The representation Is perfect requirements as to tbo moral standing of to U found than mine, tnoee wbo seer membership in it and es the nomination for attorney general in a of their respective parents and start out and looks as if it might have been painted JUt me Ituiit oa your trying toy I'retervss ami pecially requires that applications shall lie sling. with the best wishes of friends for their from nature instead of a model. The waves Jami. Tby are ((juillo home-miA guard has been placed over the reare dashing furiously against the sides of over a month to that the candidate can be future happiness or misery. Tour-- , fire-n- d els ftllonlVdtr I'birai at ?err folly investigated. Prudence Lodge in mains of Beecher to prevent them being An alarm of fire was given; at half the vessel, and as I gsztd upon the scene I low prices. If ew York observed neither of these rules, stolen. put twelve, from the furniture factory, almost momentarily expected to see the Coal TaiM and Diekiti at coet. The new fast mail train from New Wednesday. The root was discovered to ship dashed to piece. It is an excellent hut initiated on the same night that they T.R. WALTON. were proposed, a murderer and a dive York arrived at Kansas City a minute be in flames. By prompt work of the lo- specimen of art and Miss Lou ought to be Mark Hardin, lata of MonUcallo, Clerk. ahead of time on its first trip. , keeper; on learning which, the Grand cal bucket brigade the fire was soon extin proud of the talent that It hers. There are in the State 82135 miles of guished. Thanks are due the citizens for Mr. Scott Farris has rented a part of Lodge declared its charter forfeited and expelled each member engaged in the diihon-cabl- e turnpike in which the State owns stock to their prompt answer to the alarm and call Mr. W. O. Hansford's house and moved theataountot $2,517,455.38. and unmasonio conduct. thereto. Mrs. Sophia Carton has rented for help. Col. Hawlrigg, of Morgan county, has What would have proved a disastrous rooms in the German hotel and gone to Got Lee, in his message to the Virgin- added his name to the army of men who fire was happily averted by the presence of housekeeping there. Mr. and Mrs. Joe ia Legislature, which he convened In extra want to be lieutenant governor. merchant. Will Rhinehe art are now cczily domiciled in of mind of our Wednesday, recommonds the apsession and Nashville will Davis, a few days since. A six year-ol- d their new home on Main street. Mrs Eli-a- a pointment of a commission on the part of bulidlhiTyear 134 miles of new railroad, boy of a next door neighbor's set fire to a Carson is visiting friends in Stanford. the Btate to meet a similar commission on nf which 104 miles will be in Kentucky. pile of straw used for a dog bed at the side Rev. C. C. Green left this weak for Texas. bethe part of the bondholders, the object C. P. Atmore, general passenger agent of the storehouse of Davis & White and Mrs. Lucinda Stephenson has.returned from ing a true presentation of tho revenues and of the L. & N , has been elected president when discovered by Mr. Davis was in a Harrodsburg, where she spent the winter. resources of the State. Won't we never of the National Association of such agents. fair way to fire the . By going Miss Mary Gormley has gone to Cincinhear the end of this tiresome question? If An engine on the Marietta Mineral to work with his naked hands and drag- nati. Mr. Will Kennedy, Jr., from Gardebt is honest, it should be paid and the road jumped from a high trestle, killing ging away the straw and throwing dirt on rard, is visiting Mr. W. F. Kennedy's famthat's an end o'nt. two and fearfully injuring three other per- the burning mass it was subdued and a ily. Miss Alice Ward returned from LivA Harris piper is mean enough to say sona, by Mr. large conflagration was thereby prevented ingston Sunday, accompanied that the speech of Gen. Buckner, purportAt iuorehead, JKowan county, in a Frank Clifford. Mt. Vernon is again without munici ing to have been delivered at Burlington, street banter, John Trumbo drew a revolver pal government, four of the trustees hav GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. which was published in full in the Courier' and pulling the trigger shot J, N. Witcher ing resigned at their last meeting. The is now being industriously dead. Journal and Lancaster. cause assigned for it being the strong oppo scattered over the State in pamphlet formi Isaac H. Vincent, Alabama's default- sition they met from a number of citizens Rsv. John R. James will preach was written by Col. E Polk Johnson. Not ing Treasurer, was captured at El Paso, 2,12 FOII III II AVENUE. to a small tax that was proposed to be at the Baptist church in this place next knowing we would not like to say, but we Texas. He skipped with over $200,000 in Sunday. levied for the purpose ol paying the town's do say and say it boldly at that, that it is a 1885. The Burnide fnrm containing 250 acre expenses in way of keeping up the streets, deuced good thing no matter who indited William Paxton, of Lancaster county, &z. It ia thought other trustees will be was rented Wednesday to John W. 1'oor at it. S, C, a Mexican war veteran, hanged him- - appointed within a few days and all will $1 25 per n"re. When not hunting up something to find self because he despaired of ever getting a move again in the accustomed path of eaae Senator John D. Harris, of Madison, z fault with in the public record of Senator pension. provided some member of the will address the democret! at the Courtand quietude P.S.-FI- NE GOODS Harris, Capt. Wallace Gruelle. of the GrayAt Eigefisld, 8. C, 31 persons are on new board does not propose to levy a tax house Saturday afternoon son JVeiu, devotes his time to writing ser- trial for having hung a man named Ham- of some kind. Miss Mamie Olds is visiting in Danmons. In his issue of last week he has as mond, who was charged with alienating W. B, Smith, of Garrard, was here ville. Lt. Lucien Young, U. S. Navy, is fine a production on the subject of God's the affections of a married lady from her Monday, The potato club held a called visiting hii mother, Mrs Jane Young. Love as Bro. Barnes himself could preach husband. meeting Monday evening in honor of vis- Miss Fannie Hjfljun returned Wedneday from his favorite text. Jose Sevilla, of Lima, Peru, haa left iting brother, J. B. Fish, Nate Evans, Al- from a protracted visit to her sister, Mrs, Don't you give up old Cash Clay yet. $500,000 for the establishment in New fred Young and Seth Parris, piloted by C, R. II. Young, at Shelbyvllle. By the death of a brother in Missouri, He madeaspeeech at Irvine Monday and York of an institution for the education of Fuz. Wallace, are fishing at the mouth of Doalor In- Willis Adams, Jr, and Mr. Thomas Moore, of this county, comes Skagga Creek, at its close the yote of the county of Ej-t- ell poor girls. The Crar and Czuina escaped an at- wife went to Louisville Tuesday, W. E into po'seiiion of real estate in Kansas City was instructed for him, though they tempt on their Uvea by Nihilists with dy- Smith, of Pine Hill, is on the Hick list. J. which is valued at from $50 000 to $100,-00do say that aa many democrats aa republie, Mr. Moore left for Kansas City Wed. cans took a hand in the meeting This is namite bombs. The leader in the plot has K. McClary, who haa ben confined to his neaday. been arrested. room for some months, gets no better. the first instiuction that the old general has The Governor of Tennessee has signed Tommy Francisco, of Brodhead, handled A writer in the Journal and the owner received and la in all probability the last. the bill providing for tho submission of a the wires nights during Mr. Evans' absence. of a Shetland pony are having a discussion - - Joe McDonald says that prohibitory constitutional amendment to a N. M. Shumate and wife are visiting rela as to the propriety of allowing the animal the Interstate Commerce bill will do more vote of the people. Mose Crawford to grass in our beautiful park,' which surtives at Paint Lick. Mr. harm than good, but that he is willing that Harry S. Weecott, night clerk at the is down with the measles. Joseph Pickets rounds the engine house. Will they turn his son shall help do it. He would not Walnut-stree- t WM. 2tt. 'WATEne.feJiilfjHmiaii. House, Cincinnati, has skip- will move to tho Joe Joplin place next the rascal out? have the place himself as he knows no ped with a considerable amount of funds week. is a well defined rumor afloat to There more about railroads than a hog does about of the hotel and its guests. I have just received and opened the the effect that Mr. M. D. Hughes, late ed holiday", but his boy has made a study of The army of the Cumberland will hold largest and best selected stock of merchanitor of the Ncics, will shortly begin the the bu'iness. its eighteenth annual reunion in Washing- dise that has been brouzht to Mt. Vernon publication of a weekly democratic paper A New York woman put off having the ton on May 11 and 12. The great statue of for some yearn A splendid line of dry near Lancaster. The Subuiban Netca will goods and notions and more hats than were likely ba the name that will float from the whooping cough till she waa 01 years old Garfield will beunvailed at that time. and then she whoopsd heraelf to death. George 8. Crawford, lumber dealer, ever had at one time at this place. A big masthead of the new uheet. We have always advised that such things Cincinnati, failed for $100,000. 8. W. A, stock of saddles, bridles and blankets. A Oaenf our young men who ia yet at a be attended to in youth, and if the old lady W. G. Boyd, in the same line of business good assortment of plows and other farm- prococious age approached me the other ing implements. A fall rupply of hard night and producing an official looking had have followed the advice she might in the sime city, also failed for $00,000. have lived to be a centenarian. The trial of United States Commission- ware, stoves and tinware Kept in slock. document from his pocket said; "I am er Logan, at Somerset, charged with the Clocks, watches andjewelry can be found getting up a club ol 25 boys to obtain 25 M. C, Lysle haa mounted tfae tripod of e Bogle, on Octo in abundance in my house. Lots of staple copies of BjadleV library, Etch the Winchester Democrat and announces murder of Deputy Marshal groceries, 1G pounds (full weight) best C member pays 25 cents and is allowed to Bollivar Buckner first, ber 15th last, resulted in the acquittal of that he is for Simon sugar for $1 and 14 pounds best granulated read any or all of the 25 books." Said I. laat and all tue time. The late owner, Mr, the accused. "iTPlSMEeSBBHBaaWk " Albert Parr, a 10 year-ol.bbbbbbbbbbb1bbbbbbbbbVJ Wall street for Bame price. All of this big stock to "My young friend you must excuse me as WPWIbbbb -?D. 0. Lysle, was an equally as warm Hir- JKV CaaaaBaar"4aaaaar?S-- y which I am adding daily will be sold at I know of no work I choose to read pubmessenger boy decamped with nearly $30,-00- 0 ris man. of his employer's in cash and checks, the lowest possiblo prices. Come in, bring lished in the library you mention." "Sure Tun Jellico, Tenn., News, James Still-ua- n, and started to realias his ambition of be- your friends get; good bargains go home ly,"said he, "you can not have perused editor, and T. S. Hutchisoo, manager, coming a tramp. His career was cut short happy and carry the good news to your 'Dead wood Dick on Dick,' or 'Calamity is the latest venture in journalism. It was by arrest. neighbors. Your friend for best gooda and Jane, the Heroine of Dakota'?" I was Is still idling tho old reliable OLIVER, and alo hai an improvemenUha gotten out under many difficulties, but is a 2t Wesley Hocker, son of a former large low prices, F. L. Thompson. compelled to admit that I had not, which it dostined to make It ranch more popular than it has over been very creditable sheet in every reaped. Don't buy a pnmp until you see the BUCKET ELEVATOR. andrfor"ont. dry goods merchant of Lexington, is chargconfession I could plainly tee lowered me A kicking ting boxes buy the SECTION CUTTEB. JEWEL and ECONOMIST considerably in the estimation of the young To the Editor ol the Interior Journal; Sekatou Beck can by no means read ed with going to the house of a Mrs, OldMt, Vehnon, March 17. At the late man, who no longer thought me a fit can- BANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK ST0VE8, do. his title clear to hia seat in Congress. Dr. ham, in Fayette,and being refused permisgeneral liD0 of Hardwaro' Groceries, Salt, litne, Cement Fluetil- Standiford'a admirable letter is being dis- sion to stiy all night pounced upon a son session of the Kentucky Legislature, an didate for his reading circle. He had al- inA1&ca cussed all over the State and hia stock U of the lady and also gave her a blow or act wan passed authorizing the Rockcastle ready obtained some '20 or 21 names com AUUUBTWEIDlNGKlt. f oemen. two. county court to iesue the bonds of the posed chiefly of young boyp. quoted higher etch day. The travesty on justice enacted bv the average jury has another forcible example in the casoof Comar tried for the murder of a convict, by beating him to death. The Maroli 18, 1887 Stanford, Ky tiial was in Georgetown, whither the cibj had been taken from Fayette and tho jury found that tho prisoner should go to tail W. P. WALTON. six months and pay a line of $1,000. This would be ridiculous if it was not such a Tub )eir of our Lord, 1887, will go serious matter. Either Comar is guilty and down to history as remarkable for its rail- deserves a severe sentence or he ought to road Accidents resulting in great loss of life. have been cleared entirely. To the list eo far nude another was added Ir half the stories told about Secretary Monday, fully as terrible aa its predecessors. A suburban train, loaded with per-so- Manning's insolence in office are true he who worked in Boston, broke through did not step down and out a minute too a dry bridtt, seven miles from there, and soon. We hope, however, that the state ment that he and President Cleveland had was dashed to the earth 40 feet belofr, carrying death and destruction with it. The an open ruction and that he has retired number killed outright is stated at 32, from the Cabinet determined to get even while 114 were wounded, many of whom with the administration, is not true. will dio. The scenes at the wreck rival Though a much overrated man, Manning thote of the White Kiver catastrophe save is a politician all over and wields quite an that fire did not add to the horror of the influence in New York State. accident and the recital of them almost Muck Kaelin, the Louisville wife murfreezes the blood with terror. derer, who got n now trial through the jSM-ftBtefil- fi JntcriorournaI WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, na Irf ROBERTS & STAGG'S OBSERVE T. R. WALTON, I wide-awak- e store-houis- 1 WALSH, THE TAILOR, EXCLUSIVELY. LOUISVILLE, KY. w m R Wiitei -- e9f Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware Etc. Ex-Senat- MAIN STREET, STANFORD. KY. OLIVER :FIjO"W"SI half-dim- W. EC. IIIGGIIVS I Tax-Paye- r. UtWlM.JMMJMmMJSmM Semt-3Jicc!Jjinteriaroa- mwwmfciMt nw WWMW.iMM.IMMaMfl $iWv N. Y. 8eed Ponton nt Melcalf & Fm-lor- '. DEATHS. Stanford, Ky., B. O. WALTON, - TiiKbojra are organiilnK a big bicycle March 18, 1887 eliib. If you UunlnoBU want ehingles do not fail to unt Managor. otirprlcer. Motcalf A Footer. more convincing proof ban boen (Uncovered In the Carpenter cans, I. Mall A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Still .. - 2 10 r. tf. train going Norm- ' Nouth li1 15 r, u. N. Y. Kaiily Kose, IVerlei), 15 tub ink 14 a. at Brpim triln" South Wal- 2 13 A. K and Hebron Irish Potatoe-- nt T, K ' Worh .......... Tht a jot calculated on standard time, rjolir ton'ri. tat ti about 20 minute taster The New Orleano Minstrel are botring K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. down on m agtln nnd hive written for a date eirlyin April. Trains leare Kowland ats and 7.IS A. u. Heturnlug, airlteat fisnd 8')) r. (. The yeomanry ought to turn out hand LOCAL NOTICES. Homely to hear Farmer Harris apeak at tho Court-IIouathis afternoon. LANimnrn'a Oanlen Beed at I'ennj A McAliMcr'H. The good templara meet to nigbt at Odd A UI.I- - linn of Gihinij tckle of all kind Fellow Hill nnd ask u- - to extend an itivi at l'enuy A McAliMet'n. lion to everybody to come nnd be ono of Ahk )our Krocr for the Cincinnati them. Co.'e cracker an'il cake. W ATCitKd and Jewelry repaired on alior Got. McCiieaiiy, knowing our Hkill aa a noticfl and warranted by Penny A McAHe Hardener and desirous tint wenhall b d r. with the belt Heed, ha kindly pent us Loaded Cnrt. IIuntkiw, ATrE.NTlOH. ridge, all Bizsa of aliol, at 1'ennr A Mo it nice aMortment. AllMerV The regular exercises at the Female A oomi'LCTK Ktook of Jewelry, latent by tbo illneBt and interrupted stylo. K'jcHfonl wMcIipa n BiHXiialtj. l'un death of the president'-- ) wife, will be re- ny A McAlilT. 'tinted next Monday. t 1 e Blip-plie- PERSONAL. U. Mil and Miw A. HiNEaro In Lou lerlllr. iu Mil W. II Mh.i.kh went to Oalur Tucuday. . Mil. John II. Jos'Kt bait cone to riaoo county to slop caltlc, Miw. II. C ItLTl.EY, of Htanford, ia IVirkiiTllle New. with relative hero Mu It C Waiikkk baa been endued for the profecution iu tbc Carpenter cafe. Mu. W. P Tatum and family have returned to Crab Orchard after n lengthy via it Wwt. CArr. H C. Kahmeh has not reiiRned m itated, but ! still punching tickets for the K. C. Mn.A (1 IIorrMAN, of this office, has bwn confined tJ hia bed for several days, but Is improving. Hon. and Mns. J. 8. Owsley started irdav to vlit their daughto ter, Mr. W. H. M.nier. Mn J. P DAVIS his rented the callage belonging to Mrs. Lottie Holmes and will move bis family thither in few days. Tin pamphlet ent out to boom Ster ling, Kansas, contains a picture of the handsome residence of Dr. P. P.Trneheart, late of this place. An impromptu bop was given lwt Friday evening in honor of Miss Jean Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, who left for her homo Richmond Herald. on Saturday. of Ellitbelhtown, Midi. F. with friend here this week. Her husband ha recently sold his Birmingham property at a profit of f 000, after getting big rent lor it for several years. It was Dr 8. 0. Perkins and not Par ker who Is practicing medicine in the neighborhood of Bee Lick. Our typo very frequently think they know better than we do about nam, but they don't. Il-ir- The dwelling of Mr. John Buchanan, nt Crab Orchard, ottight Are tho othrr night, but forluiiMlely It was ex'ingui'hed ia befote ureal damage was dune. Tits drug firm of Oivcns A Crow, at Mr Crjw McKinnjy, has diMalved. bought his partner out and will continue the busine In hia own nsuio. Mr. Oivenit will likely clerk for V M W.tre. Three aboU in rapid nuccemion etartled tho town to come extent Tuesday till it waa learned that Marshal Newland was practicing with hia pistol on a troublesome dog which he finally dispatched. A KEroivr that was seat out over The Richmond JTcrahl reporta the deaths of Talton Million a nd Ed Shankr. The little girl recjitly bird to the wifo of Mr. Thomas McKoberls died Tucs day. We never lookod on a more beaulilul corpte than that of sweet little Lsttie Mc Kinney, as she lay in n robe of spotless while, so emblematic of her own pure life. A peaceful smile spread over her young face as if the poor bjdy had caught the insp.ra-lioof the spirit as it neitled in the arms of a loving Jesus. It is hard, very hard for her loved ones to give her up, but if even their tears of anguish could bring her back to them, it would bo cruel and Balfnh to tear her from her happy home with the angels In heaven. Then grieve not aa those without hope for your loss is ber eternal gain. The funeral services Tuesday were very largely attended and when the clods closed forever from view the dear little form there wai not a dry eye vWb'e After a long illness, Mrs. Paxton, wife of President Al'.x S i'axu.i, ui the Sun-for- d Female College, breathed her last peacefully and calmly Monday night. Her disease was a chronic affection of the liver from which she suffered more or less or years. The deceased wes a daughter of the late Dr. Nail, n noted evangelist of the Southern Presbyterian church, nnd wt uuitcd in marring to Prof. Paxton in I860, nt Tuskeoe, Ala. Besides a doting husband, four little c lildren are left to fV uioiUr'n irreparable loss, the youngest just n year old the diy of her death. Mrs. Paxton was n highly accomplished lady, a true chris'ian, n loving help mfM nnd during her short stay in our midst made many warm friends, who regret her death while et in the prime of a useful life and unite in warmest sympathy for the bereaved. A short funeral discourse was delivered at the c I'eue Wednesday at 2 o'clock by Kev. A. S MofTett, after which the remains were laid away in Bnflalo Spring Ceme-lern . Nnrt ifr i MfrhUsn is inches of nrviw n iv-r- wlni 12 - TO USE! K w - J. Tlio HiLoke 1111 1 lo gtTc It your unqualified endorsement In a Tery short tl ae Immp-llat- e relief and a ptrmanent ,f.tt Is guaranteed. Beware of Imitations. jf& $25,000.00 IN GOLD! WILL f BALL Tf CoiiHiunptton Clival. Tor four years 1 hart anlltred with Consumption, the remit of eat an h, causing hemorrhages of lungs and cough, which nerer Icll me day or night. I was waited awy by d!wi. t commenced using ycur Carbolic Smoke Hall in the latter part of 1830, My cough btalelt me; my aleepisawcet aud unbroken. I liayo gained twenty poutda weight, and dally at my work, and i now believe that there la a cure for consumption and that OKOliOKU. CARFENTEK, cure la Carbolic tiodi-Ball-. 118 North 4th 8t Bt Lout. Sworn lomd tubtcrlled ticforome thlaS'h day of I'ebri -rj,16i7. It. J. DELAM, Notary Public, City ot bt. Louts. M CO.-Gk- kis: CAIUSOUC SMOKE UALl, m TAID FOB ARBDCKLES' 1 COFFEE WRAPPERS, Premium, Premiums, Promlums, Promlums, Promlums, 200 Promlums, 1,000 Premiums, 2 6 23 100 $1,000.00 8500,00 each 8250.00 " 8100.00 " 850.00 $10.00 y IS f 1 .k m (iitmih, Jleittl anil Throat. LoL'iaviLLR, Feb. li, 1837. I haTObeon ualne tho Carbolic Buioko Ball and Debellator Ut about two months for a catarrhal affection of the head aud throat, and CAnnOLICSMOKnilALLCO.-aK.HTLKSJKs: Tor full particulars nnd directions boo Circular In every pound of Amiccxi.es' Covrze. yw canglTotbcta my unqualified endorsement. I beilere they will cure any case of catarrh If used aa directed. G. I'.TDEOHALD. Itetpectfully, -- NEW- FURNirURE Opposite Court-Hom- STORE! o I.ounvrLLK, reb. 23, 18S7. CAKBOLIC SMOKE IUI.I. CO (Ikntlkmu.' I wish to add my endorsement to your wonderful with catarrh for upward ot lour years. One troubled rouiedir Curbollc tmoke Ball. I hare Q".ctlT'1 aid I am sitUQsd Itsreeulr uso fir a month's uto or the 8rnok Hill his tmnn wonderlu'l JOHN it. GKEEN. Itenpectlully, abo-- t limn will glre me pt rmanent relief. tJeputr Collector Internal Hot. Iep't. Catarrh Four Yearn. l.u HACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. IxuiSVlLLR, Kv,, Feb. 7, 1897. CABIUI.IC SMOKE BALL CO., Louisvittu: I hare bsea aillicted with Catarrh In my head for more than twenty year; hay tried rarlous roniellea, but out candidly ay that I have experienced more relief 'rom the use of Carbolic Smoke Kail than fro-- all the remetlteal have usct. Such Is mr cotitldnoo In the efficacy of thla rmne'lr thai I Iimiii Bill fo' my funlly, anl anotber In my Tallse tor ure when I amiwiy from home. Those who imb the Hilt according to directions will not bo will-I- n A C. CAI'hf.ION. to do without ll. Citron Ir Catarrh. Complots Trontiueut. S3. (Smoko Ball, 82; DoTiollutor. $1 JONK4 A FULBKB, ) .g'nt. I'iT.V.Vl' V Crab Orchard Ky. JIo I I.IHTF.II, Aurntt, Stanant, ICu. Will Hi way h live o" Imud a Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orloana and Texas Pacific Railway.) --- -- Nh"lf LOCAL MATTERS. Malaga drape at A. C. AlfordV, Nice, large apples ot H. 8. Myers'. Foil Queenswaro ece T. H. Walton. FonsiTUiiE arriving dally, MickHoQ- iman. Oun shoe slock ia complete and was nev " e'r larger. Bruce A Mclloberti. ' LANUItETit'd garden pewl in bulk and paper, frenh and genuine, at McKotarl" A Stagn's. A snow atorm, which left reminders of m iU visit on houra lops and other place, blew over ua Wednesday night, climaxing tho very chillv spell of a week's duration. of crape on door just opposite each other was presented here Tueaday. Death is indeed The unusual spectacle in Stanford .orlgniss aboad in tbo county. In our neighboring town of Hustonville, we are told, that a funeral procwdon pacaed through eyery day last neek. Mack Huffman has opened up a very comprtwensivo furn'ture store in the Oper. House block and in another column invitca tho trade of tho public. He has purchased the finest hearse, he tells us, ever in this James Long, of near Georgetown, has HlNCK his incarceration here on the ter country nnd Intends to be fully prepared rible charge of murdering hin own father, sold 33 head of Peloskey's get in the last for tho undertaker' business. in the mot cowarJly manner p3alble, twelvo months, at from $300 to $1,500 per Hon. Alex LuaK held forth to an au- Wallace Carpenter has passed his time head. dience of 20 at the Methodist church Tuea-d- ay playing cards with the prisoners and amusCittle are unchangod in Louiarille and night. His coming was unheralded no ing himself as if nothing ptrtlcular both- are quoted at 2 to 4 40; hogs are active and far at we know, but ho took occislon, our ered his mind, ila has written a number higher at 3 to 5 8; no chango in sheep reporter says, to go for the lawyers and ed- o( letters, one a love epistle to the lady he and lambs. itors for not attending the speakina of pro wanted to mtrry and to which his father J li. and J K t'mis' Hilver King, a hibition orator. Bo far as we are concern objscted, both on account of his youth and finely bred natural saddle horse, ia again ed we regard it as a waste of valuable time the disparity in their ages. If guilty of tho oflered to breeders. See pedigree and also to hear the same old, aong aung over and diabolical deed with which he is charged, that of Sieve Walker, their fine jack. ntn. We know it by heart and be- - and everything at present points conclu-atye- ly Tom Robinton is again in the fiald sides individually we are enough of a proto it, the demeanor of the boy shows with his thoroughbred Vermont llambleto hibitionist to need no further argument on that ho ie either a fhnd of tho moat degra nian, wboe lengthy pedigree is given in tho subiect. ded typs or that his mind is insufficient to another column. He belongs to a speedy family. people of Lincoln county, being realize his awful s.tuatioo. His examin The Dr. J. A. Williams bought of Silas when a thoroughly convinced that young Wallace, ing trial will occur hero of his father was largo crowd will no doubt be drawn hith Anderson his jack, Jack John, for hia CarpenterV assassination brother, II. L. Wlilisms, at Mill Springs, a murder dona "feloniously," are very er. Tenn., for $325 and took him thithor Wed much inclined to take him from tho jtil, MARRIAGES. nesday. and "with malice aforethought," shut off -- Wm. Fields. Jr., the trotting horse Will Martin, of Casey, obtained license Post. There does hia Misa Mollie Holt. breeder of Danville, has bought the J. D, seem to bo any desire to invoke the yesterday to marry not Alter htjing married CO years John F. Milburn farm, 141 seres, three milts out on aid nf Judge Lynch, though if there ever Lexmight act, thia seema to Wait, aged 70, was divorced from hia wife, the Newtown pike, at $93 per acre. waa a case that he We heartily disprove of mob at Portsmouth. O. Ho was a Methodist ington Prers. be the one. was the cause. King Ban, the sire of Bin Fox, died justice, however, and believe that the law and ahe a Baptht, whioh A. Pennsylvania magistrate, who lived at Dixiana Wednesday. Ills owner, Major the same time hould take Its course. At that a creature that could just over tho Ime from Ohio and West Vir- Thomas, had recently refused $30,000 for it strikes us also married 3,500 runaway couples dur-i- n him, Ilerr Wilkes, the property of Dr. be guilty of an act so fiendish, deserves ex- ginia, his lifoiime, which ended a few daya Frvor. of Lexington, is also dead. He la not as termination even If hia mind ago j was valued at $10,000. me uiiguni. RELIGIOUS. Cleveland wai dead the wires Wedneo Brother BirnM left Hautns for Frankday night, but Train Dispatcher Harris lin, 8t. Mary's Parish, La,, yesterday. kindly allayed the anxiety by telegraphing Rev. John M. Crow is holding a reviand finding out that It was a silly canard . val at the Ihwllnp Green Methodist church The Bjard of Equalixtlion is in section which has resulted iu 40 confeesions. Eld. Williamson's meeting at Winat Frankfort and has notified Judge Var non that if there is any complaint aa to the chester grows in interest and result, 21 aafeesmeot of this county it should be pre having united with the church to Tuesday senled at once. There is none that we have nigbt. Keys. HoRhes and Vsueht, of the heard of. " ii Methodist church, have won 70 souls to The Northwestern National, of Milwauby tbeir Milleraburg meeting. kee, paid Mr. John W. Logan $3,000 on Christ It Is raid that EJison has preserved his policy of $3,600 on his house. This is with' his wonderful $200 lefti than the Carpenter's estimate of the voice of Bsecher phonograph and that we may yet hear the the loss, though the agent, Mr. W. A. Trib-blold man's eloquence again. tells us that Mr. Login li satisfied. The presidency of Centre College seems Ho roa tub Booth. The agent of the to go a begging. Ksv, W. C "Ynong has L. A N. railroad is authorized to sell ex- finally decided not to accept it, preferring cursion ticket to principal points in Flori- to remain with church at Louisville. da March 22J and 29.h at one fare for the The Glasgow Kevi says that Ksv. S C. round trip. Tickets good for thirty days, Humphreys, who has just accepted a call allowing 10 days going. C. P. Atmorv, G. from the Baplitt church at Lancaster, is one P. A. of the best of men, an unostentatious chrisThe government has allowed the war tian, a genlr I, generous, social gentleman, claims of K. L Tanner, surviving partner an able minister. According to the Methodist Year Book of CoDey A Tanner, for $20; J. W. Griffin Garrard, $33 50; Mrs. Kite McAl later' there are in the United States 27,000 travmembers, Crab Orchard, $32; J. L Powell. Bovle' eling preachers, and 4.000-.00$495; W. L. William', Lincoln, $75; and and a population nf over 15,000,000, or more than one fourth of the population of Margaret L. Clark, Boyle, $1 17 50. tho entire country-5.000,0- 00. New Fium. Mr. Joe F. Waters aold yesRev. JosophM Evans, of Maysvillo, terday a half interest in his stock of goods has just closed a meeting of two and n half to Mr. J. P. DavIs, late of the weeks at Cirrolllon, with 84 additions to known firm of Phillips, Davis A Co., of the various churches, 41 to the Presbyteri Monticello. Mr. Davis is brother of Mr. an, 23 to the Methodist, 13 to the Biptist It. Burnett, of this place, and his 10 years' and 8 to tho Christian. -- Paris Kenluck-ia- n. experience in the merchanllle trade, and Is said to be a gentleman of fine buuaepe v tm CROP LANJ qualification. Waters A Davis make a 1 milk cow and young calf for A No. Tiiry strong firm and will no doubt add to " sale. U K. Wearen. the Urge trade of the old house. " Cntit. IT. T. Bjsh aold to Crow & Hock-e- r The contract to fit the Stanford Mills a yearling bull for $45. with new roller machinory has been awardWe hive 8 good work; mulea for sale ed to Nordyke, Morraan A Co , of Indhn-apoll4t J. F. and B. G. Cover, Stanford. for $3,700. They are slid to bo the Fon Sale. 8 mules and lOmilk cows. t firm nf the kind in the country and V. W. nd 8. E. 0sley, Bright, Ky. their gumntee is that they shall put up Foil Sals A splendid milk cow and the be and most approved machinery for a young calf. Terms reasonable. B. E. miking both flour and meal that has ever Birrow, Stanford. " been placed in the Sla'.e. They are to beOjb thousand bushels selected seed gin at once and have the mill in running oftts. Frico Hx low as they can be bought order in SO days, Tht contract for boring any where. AVearen A Mencfce. " a well for a water supply in progressing faTho Interstate Commerce bill has causvorably aud tho "witch" says it will be ed the transcontinental railway lines at struck within 85 feet. Chicago to advance ratea 50 per cent. m e, well-know- n s, Iaruttiiiis! Hclcct liuu r Furni- Shortc3t Jind Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. ture and IJuriertukur'rt ftooiln. MyprlccH will In; an low us nuch CONDENSE!? TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. KooiIm can bo nought in the citKKAIi noiVX. IIK.1U vv. TUAINHBOUT1I. TltAlNS NUKTil. ' ies. Give me a trial and you No, 7. No. 4, Wo. 0. No 3. No. 6. tio. i. No. 8. o.l. STATIONS. DlliT, Dally Dally. Ex. Sun Dally. Dally. will be convinced Hint I sell T)ally. Er.8un. Dally. Dally. 810 pm 7 S3 a m L'Te...'lnclrmatl ...A'rT 6 it p m 10 il a mi 6 41 a m 50o p u 7i3am 403pm 25 am 2 01pm Georgetown lower tlinu the IowchJ. 438pm 7 27 a 10W am 705 p ro 10 62 pm 1081 a m " ,j W jg; 'J 2 .i 10 22 10 43 1108am 1120am am am SILVEE KING '"kkkkELstjskkkkkkkkkk 1135 12 SO p m 3 53 p m C am ...- - 15 pm 1 30 a m 6M a m 7 40pm 3 00 a m ............. 7 35 p m I120p m 1130 a m .. ..txlugton 405am laSpm 8 02pm II 44 p m 11 M am NIcholaiTllIe.. 627amt333am 101pm pm f5 47 a ml. ............ t2 28 p 1233 pm -- Uarroditurg Junction.. 8 -843pm 312 pm f5 82am 2 to a m 12 12 p ua 8 69pm 1233a m 1247pm Danrllle 910pra'2rsam 24'pm ....tunct'n City ..... 302pm 521am 245aml"0'pm ....... :25p 10 4 am Kings Mountain. .. 1 20 a m 9 50 a ra 2 27 a m 4 20 p m .......Somerset ..... 1 33 p m 10 00 p m 6 05 a ffi ... 10 45 a m ............ 530am 7 80 a m ........Oakdale - .. 4 15 pm 3 51 p m m4 7 03 a mi u ' 4 ' I ........ ............. 9 52 p ra ............. 1230 a m ............. 7 35 a m 12 8 25 am 5 10 p m ............ .......Cbattanoi ga.. ...... .New Orleans......... ...Meridian..... Birmingham........ .Kuiaw.... 8 75 7 10 12 50 a m ............. 10 15 a m 9 11pm....... 620am 3 15 S40pm 10 40 p m ............. 8 00 p m am........... pm............ ........... am ........... am - ........ .. 731) am 6 45pm 7 55 am . .....Meridian .....VIckaburg 10pm ..ShreTeport. ..... T. P Junction. ....... No. 9 leiTea Oakdale daily exwpt dundiy, at 5 1) a. m, Icares CbatUnooga at 3.00 p. x., arrlrlnj at Oakdile at 6 49 Mann Boudoir BuSat Sleplng Cars on all through trains. 750am..... Arrtrlng at Chattaigi at 9.15. p. v. .. . .... 2 35 am 7 31pm H ... ........ ... No. 8 i $ 1 mll Will mate the nrtvent itasoo it my stable one fro-8inforU on the Stanford and Iluitoa-vll- le Turn Ike n JOHN & OAULT, Oen'I Mimger, H. rOLT.BRAN, Oen'I Frt. A Pass. Agt., K CABIIOLL, Oen'I Supt., K. X. 11YAN, 4't. Geo'l Frt. A. Pass. Agent. W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. General Offlcea, 3t. Paul Building, West Fo'urth Street, Cincinnati, Onlo. At $10 to Insure n Living Colt Iff Is home. Blredby !IubM'a Denmark, known at On Tim. First tiaui, Mollla Mnunu, by Ctbble't ocond data by Young America, be by Taylor's Utmtnitr, third dim hy MUIer'a Denmark which tlTM him a doable crow of the best uddlo itock in the world; fourth dim hy John Blunt, one of the best rice horieiofhliday;nith dam by Waxy. Will alio stand model and a natural by, I yenr old. IS haadi high, a beiutlful with One ratne and lallanda perfect uddle WEAREN & MENEFEE i at the umo place my fine Jick, STEVE WALKER. yeanold In June, full hicdi lie ed by.Alkln'a Klrifi William and he by Klog I'htl-li- p; flnt dim Mack Satin Jennet, ahe li aired by King Phillip: ercond dim br Morrnstloand he br Jim 1'orter. This jack has profrd hlmaolt to be a floe breeder, several ol bis colta last season at wcantog time brought ono hundred dollars. JR. As 11. At $10 to iitttiro a I.ivhitt Colt. Money due at wronlng time or when mtro t parted with. HeUa brown Jck with white polnu, S IS high. waa tir- J. J. F.t It MS, Stinlord, Ky. X y A y wonKS VI fjr Vermont Hamblotonian. This fine s tallloc will unko the season of 1837 at my farm, 3 miles from Stanford, on tho Stanford and Danrlllo pike AT $15 TO INSUKE A COLT. DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Vermont Ilamh'etonlan lr a black horse, foaled In 163?, six teen handa hUh, two white feet behind, aired by William Welch, by Ryrdjk's Ilambletonlan, lat dam Katlo Orlinea, by GUl'a Vermont, 2nd dam Black Swan, by Helm's Yorkshire, by Imp. York, shirr. 3rd dra I.lttlo Emily, by Wagrer, by Sir Charles, by Sir Archy, 4th dam Emily Speed, by imp. Leviathan, 5th dara hy Packolet, Sth dam by GreendriTer,7th dam by Maryland Phoenix, 8th dam by Hannibal, 9 dam by Silky, by Bowel, (Sue Emily; 8peed in Bruce'sStud Bookol.l,pago392.) Vermont Ilambletonlan Is a fine big horse, with bone, and sure breod'r. aired ana ilTln and by William Welch, the aire ol Prince Imperial, 2.23V-,BaloT can trot in 2.30 or 2.22H, Jiretniab better. William Welch waa aired by Bycdyk's Ilambletonlan, prlvntc rccoru , i:i nam tne uniu of Boden's Prince, 2 27, and by Imp. Trustec(Mn ol Cotton) and a.re of twenty miles trotter, Trus tee, l uam uj H mjuoi .uamuriuu, vj aiu. iumwu- s er, Vermont being a grand son ot the great Ilambletonlan, the grandest aire living, and combined, backed by thorough GUI's Vermont bred, will makeafitmatocK horse. Itradyk'a by Abdallah, aou of Mambrlno, dam by Imo. llull'oundir, 2 dam by Bishop's Ilambletonlan, 3 dam by Imp. Messenger, (Mll'i Vermont, by Downing'! Vermont, lire of the dam ot Enigma 2.10 lat dam by Columbus (Uarkley'a) ion ot Columbus, aire ol Confidence 2.28; 2nd dam by Beriraod, aire of the dams ot Nellie Uiny '2.24; 3d dam by Matchless, aire of the dam of i Umax 2 31, G Ill's Vermont Is the sire of Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Vehicles is larger and more complete than ever before, from the cheapest to the best. nl All of work guaranteed as represented'. Prices to suit tho times. Wo can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our fine assortment before it is broken. J. 11. GUEEX. WEAKEN Agt., & IIimtoiiTllIe, Ky. MENEFEE. Bra-yk'- Ponn y& M' All si or PHARMACISTS, DIAUIS Ilf Bonner Boy 2.23. Black Maria 2 2SJ8, Iidy Oak lre of the flams ot 2.5C. and Logan 2.0K;aUo Gitubotta Wilkea 2.20. Tho King 2 29l. Nellie L Outlaw 2.28 , Poarl 2 30. Lady Davis 2.3IH i ll'i. ririinc Hvunii) Sfafinnoru anrl rTfc us uue, Rnnle wwumivi "" jn 1- - j&TitfT'lljJJo'oCl 4W Fancv Articles. omc sWfc'Vysfc-. HJUtWflHlWA.TCI' dTJTi ., Physlcl ass' preacrlptlona accurately compounded. KenAlso tucky Gintleiuan 2.42- - and lire ot the second dam of Pbll Thoiupaon 2.10J $". Ilyrdyk'a HamDletonlan, by AbJalhh, aire ot Sir Waller int. isiuam vj uks. aeiu wuru li; imp. Bolllounder; 2nd dam Ono Eye, by Bishop dam allTertall br Iuin. Messenger. The Largest Btook of Watches, Olooks, Byrdyk's Hambletonlau Is the sire of Nettle 2.18, :w ntliiri ami lth recorda ol 2 30or better: alsoot Jewelry and Silverware the dims ot Trlnket2.lt, and 3J othera with rcc- orusoizsuor ueuer. Erer bought to this market Prices Lower than Vermont (Downing'.) by Htll'i Black Hawk, tha Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry aire of Eihim Allen 2.25;. Vermout (Downing'.) on short notice and Warranted. Isslrooft eilams ot l.algma ..2U, ana also stre oitboJam of Mauibrlnoilruco, tboslroof Belle Wll.n Iieatric2 31Ji, Udy l'atchen 2M)f, and JEWELERS. auSak- JHHKl4fMLswtsaJWV aVVPFa -- b . a ed wind.-Louis- ville NaTlgator2.34, Hoaaujonaa.su;;, ana zouiig to. Iumbus2.35(!, and also sire of the dams ot Ben M A.AI T....I. W II, A n, '. Man.l.aOJ t; 2.37J4. (Yourg Columbus lathe sire uf ll 2.30 oare anu ne uas i .una or better performers, sired 14 2 30 or better (.e'lormers.) Old Columbus Is the founder ol the Columbus family, which blood was to the East what ahe Pilot. Jr.. blood waa to Kentucky. TllON, V, tlTM. Columbui (Barkley'i), by Old Columbus, tiro ol Confidence -- .23. Dam, a Messenger Mar,. Old Columbus, 2.41k;. conrerted pacer, brought from Canada. SlreolContUenco 2.23, Columbus ...... V.. mil's liiacx iiawr, br Sherman Morgan. Dam, a fast trotting mare. Hill's Bla;k Hawk l. tbo air r of Utile of Saratosa 2.29. Lancet 2.27M. Ethan Allen 2.25, and Young America 2.23. and Is slro weeu i.ioyf,, 01 l&o um oi mancnei.iOJv uen. Tennessee 2 27, and also the lounderof th- - great has in tne rnaio and Black Hawk family, that andtciualellnotlOof 2 30 or better represeuta BUtl iidi .0)u. H. C. RITPXnEV, HEKCnANT TAILOR, -- I hare recelred and still recalling - New Goods for Spring' and Summer Comprising the best In the market, which will be iai Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to IN ono in City or Country Giro Me n Trial. 212-t- f bianfjrd.Ky. IIKH A BIT HOSPITALITY. IN A A TALK WITH VON Coming War. MOLTKE. Tlif) ..',ine njHipiw mmmw CALLS FOR Til K CASH. vi- - aar i Livory, Training, Feed, AND Ill) Opinion of Grant and llinirork OF EXPERIENCE MOUNTAIN ROCKY CABIN. now iJellcor In "Itutle but Genuine, llopltnUtj" Met with ft Surprise A ft log cabin. "Now," said CInte, "I'll provo my theory. It's past dinner timo nnd Tvo'ro lioth hungry ns wolves. I'll wngcr anything you liko that we'll get n good square meal nt that cabin free of charge." Fivo minutes later we stood before tho closed door of tho cabin. "Hello!" roared Clate. There was no reply. "Hello, I say!" This timo Clato rapped loudly on tho door. There lieing no response ho lifted tho latch, when tho door swung open showing no ono within, although tho cabin was evidently being occupied. "All right!" cried Clato, cheerily. 'Como on In, Ned, and we'll forngo 'round and see what wo can find in tho commissary. Tho folks won't care. They've left tho door open on purposs for woyfarcrs llko us to step in and help themselves. It's just liko them. It's your westerner who knows what truo hospitality is." Clato "foraged around" for romo time, but all ho could find was a pieco of dry salt pork and ft fow jwlatoos. "We'll help ourselves to what there is," said Clato, cheerily. "You build a fire, Ned. Wo'ro welcome to what wo'vo found, I'll bet on that, for" no stopied. A tall, lank, grim visnged woman, with a leathern looking face, suddenly appeared nt a lwick door. Sho saw Clate, nnd yelled out: "Drop them inters!" Tail, Grim 'nccit Woman nt the Hack Door. "Thfvo mountaineers aro tho most hosplta-lil- o people un earth. It is a rudo but genuine They would share their last loaf hospitality. with a stranger within their gates. Tho latch string hangs out for all." Wo wero riding down n steep Rocky Mountain trail, my friend Clato and I, whon Clato made ttio remarks quoted. Ho was an enthusiast over the noblo traits of tho honest miner and mountaineer. Certain cxj)crienees of my own had mado md skeptical on tho tubject, Attlio linsoof tho mountain stood alittlo Cnpt. Halbro Frazier, ono of tho bct known of tho military men of Philadelphia, has returned from a two years' sojourn In Europe, Whilo abroad ho had a long personal interview with the great commander of tho German army, Gen. Von Moltke. Iking pressed to speak of tho interview, ho Bald: "I called on Gen. Von Moltke at his palace, Just outside tho gatos at tho end of tho famous road called Under den Linden. It is n modest looking Iiouso enough, iiotwltlistanding its high sounding name, and is not nearly so handsome as Mr. Cbilds'orMr. Scott's. After I had sent up my card, tho servant, coming back, Inquired particularly why I wished to sec Gen. Von Moltke. Because, said I, I have been ft soldier, and now that Gen. Grant is dead I consider Gen, Von Moltko tho greatest military man living. Tho servant retired, and in a moment returned. 'In that case,' said ho, 'his excellency will bo glad to sec you.1 I follow ed tho servant up stairs and into n drawing room. As I stopped across tho threshold I almost stumbled against the great general, who was standing by tho door holding my card. " 'Capt. Frazlerr ho inquired in excellent English, very slowly, hut well pronounced. " 'I am,' I answered. SOME OF THE BIGGEST CHECKS EVER DRAWN IN AMERICA. SALE STABLE W fiROYAU JSMIJ 1 Commodore Ynnilcrbllt's Check for . Million Jiir Gould Hake n ltlt of Koto l'npor Worth SS.IOO.OOO A Check for (3111,000,000. Tho framing of two checks nnd their on tho walls of President I)opow's ofllco in tho Grand Central station has cot people to talking and writing nbout tho big checks that bnvo been drawn in this country. Ono of theso checks was for $1,000,000 and It was dravn by Cornelius Vonderbilt. Tho other one, for f 0,000,000, was drawn by bis son, William H. Vonderbilt, mid many peo-pl- o thought tho latter n chock for ns largo nn amount as was over signed In this country It does not rcqulro n very largo piece of paper to get n jwt of money out of n bank, nny moro than It requires tho ingenious chirograph)' of a Spinner to innko ft greenback good. Tho nwkwurd scroll, which no ono would ever mako out as Jay Gould, is just ns good on u sheet of note pnjwr as If tho check was lieautifully engraved, then mado out with black and red ink, countersigned, punched nnd stamped. THE OLD COMMODORE. Jk Hatlnr renttd the stable oa Depot street. I am prepared to train and break horse on reasonable terms. County Court day trade eolleltixl. 203-tia- i. JftllX Ml. V.lltrKXTKIl, Utanfoid, Ky MlIXIXiKY. tarn dally openlug nu elegant lino of luchiJlnj all KalLMIllln-cry, Commercial Collegeof Ky.UDlrerslty.i::'.'.'.';;. Ths Chpst arid Bsst Boilnus Oelfer In lb erld. IH.Ul M,j.l ...'..II ..U- - ll...,:.iil.J The Latest Novelties of the Scnacn. Also Notions, such ns Handkerchiefs, Collar and Culls, Hitching, Corsets, Rustle, etc. You will find me at the rooms lately racated by Bail-le- y A Warren, next door to the Myers House. lG2-2i- u t'.t frail lla.tar.' Caarvf. loH.JI.f T.lllon, Hl.ll.arir l0. Mknri.llaa.1, !"M. nl tm nrallsK. KBirT New. Ja.ra.Cr- - Hurr. r.r (,. iar .4dr. W. II. HVIITII. h.i t, fil.claa. la llu.laeca. 'i"-"- ! Trne-WrlU- J"f Uradualr l Ue.Brrml ll.-l- .. KdaealUa. IOTcmS.i. .apla-- M0U0 K- MCA TE ii VVimitA it. TACKKON MO UNI, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KIT. E. H. BUP.NSIDE, - Propr Thio Old aud Woil - Known Hotol Still MaiutaiiiB its Hipfh Roputation, AND P0WDE LONDON, KY.! F . B. RILEY, Proprietor. TlioroiiElily KonoviWol unit mill ronminnljlo ltrfur-ulnlir- tl Absolutely Pure. a budde.v sunrmsn. "Why, madam, I I" "You drop them taters!" "Wo are strangers, you see, madam, and" "Drop "em." Ashortg"-- ! hurnr on tho wall. Shesnatchcd It down, broua;.t It to her shoulder with a jork and said: "Drop them Inters too quick." Clato dropped them. "Drop that jwrk." Clato dropixyl It, "Now you fellers cit." I bad already got, but Clato. abashed and rebuked though ho was, lingered until tho shotgun was ngaln pointed toward him and tho woman said: into a body's house nnd help yourself to ono's vittles. That lwicon and them taters ain't to bo bought for love nor money, let alono et up by you tin fer notbin'. Now you light outl" We "lit out," hungry and crestfallen, and Clato has leen dumb ever since on tho subject of western hospitality. Zenos Dano in Detroit Freo Press. 'And you are an American V 'Yes.' " 'A soldier!' " 'Yes.' " 'And you havo served under Gen. Grant 'Yes." " 'And under Gen. Hancock, too! " 'And under Gen. Hancock.' " 'Then I am glad to see you. Sit you ' down.' "I took a seat by the window, and for of an hour wo had n chat. Tho general spoko in English altogether, and, though ho enunciated with tho slowness of deliberation, ho nover wanted for words. Ho spoko a good deal of our war, though. I considered it remarkablo that ho mentioned no names of generals but thoso of Grant and Hancock. Ho referred particularly to tho battle of Gettysburg, and spoko of it as a great strategic contest. I asked him what his opinion was of Gen. Grant. 'Gen. Grant,' ho replied, 'was a great general. Ho was ono of tho greatest thot bos over lived.' " 'Aiid Gen. Hancockr " 'Gen. Hancock was a brave soldier.' "I thought perhaps that ho would refer to somo of the men on tho Confederate side, but hedid not. Ho did not talk much cltherabout tho German army in detail, and observed that caution in speaking of homo military matters that seoms characteristic ot German officers generally. Ho said, however, these words: 'Wo havo long been endeavoring tc make tho German army tho best in Europe, and I am beginning to believe that wo arc succeeding. Wo are endeavoring also to keep it in n stnto of contant preparation.' He said no more that could bo construed as bearing on tho future at all, and did not onco refer tc France or French military men. As I wai leaving ho shook mo cordially by tho band. " 'I will call again when in Berlin,' I said. " 'It will bo useless,' he replied, 'unless yov return very soon.' 14 u three-quarte- "Clear yourself! I'll learn you how to walk "'Because I camo In with the century, but I shall not' see it go out. I am not for long.' "Philadelphia Press. Koso Indicate. Maj. Sophus Scback, an officer in the Danish army, on tho subjecj; of physiognomical indication, to which his position as inspector of recruits has led him to dovoto a considerable share of attention. Maj. Scback agrees with Aristotlo In putting his faith in noses, no can mako a good guess at a man'i constitution from tho sizo and build of hii nose, a largo nose, for instance, almost in- "Wbyr ThtitpowJernsTtr Tsrtn. A niamlol purity ( strength nJ wholrsoudaeti. ;ilor economical Tho New York Central checks, by thn ttiua tho ordlntrr kln.U, and fan not lo told way, havo on their faco n handsomely en- roniftlton with tho tmiltltudo of low tost .short graved portrait on steel of tho old com- weight alum or hosihalo powJnn. Holdonlj lu llorLDKiNO Powpr Co, modore, anil they havo taken many millions cans. 10C Wall turret, New York of money out of tho Chemical National bank Tho money that they could call for ha3 alo contributed largely to tho hand-som- o 0 profits of n bank that, with only capital, has deposits of fifty times as much 1UIX.ST., UiriMOMi. KV. and jMiys its stockholders 100 per cent, per annum. Yet that is only a trille over :i per cent, per oliuiim on the market valuo of tho stock. For a good Table Probably Jay Gould has drawn moro nnd rooms, this Hotel larger cheeks than nny other individual, ex- AnJ clean acl wll furnished rooms attach!. UooJ rauipl cept, crhap3, tho treasurer of the United has no superior, 501-lBtPlUtcaJJOOporUiT. Many States or some of tho remember tho easy, off hand maimer in which LOUIS SCHLEUEL, ho testified about drawing checks for subscription to tho American Cable company ho "could not remember whether it was for 15,000,000 or $10,000,000. Another of Mr. HICI1M3S1). KKNTl'CKV. Gould's big checks was that which ho drew In payment for CoL Scott's interest in tho Texas and Pacific all his stock nnd all tho Photographs in all styles and sizos. consolidated bonds which ho held. Tho fata of tho company was uncertain when Mr, Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Gould started for Philadelphia. Tho polU Water Colors. cles of tho two men wero radically different. Mr. Gould said that all he wanted to an I Miti it rer low New desism In KMTie-run ft road was n general manager and n boy, (MMy. nod Col. Scott said that no road could bo run Prlcei. in that way; true economy required a thorough organization and competent managors, DR. ;W. B. PENNY, as well ns employes. On that thoy disagreed, DENTIST, and Col. Scott, broken down and tired, gave up tho ambition of his Hfo. Ho had already mado James P. Scott assistant to tho president of the Texas and Pacific, and ho had hoped to leave him that part of a great through transcontinental line working in close alliance with the Pennsylvania system. Ho found tho battle too hot, and when he had come to terms Mr. Gould took a sheet of plain notepapcr and wrote upon it a check on tin $."i00,-00- Itnptilnr IIoiinp. prleri. Iliiy nml tilxrtit trnlui met by iollt I'orlrm or tlili 307-C- lliroiittlimit. I'lrxt-clnii- I'ri ITCHE IJOAlt For brtctllog at ! Its Proprietor is Determined ths it Shall be deoonii to no Country Hotol in tho State in ha Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of A. WILLIS HOUSE, I. van Corner 1 WATIHl'.S IMIISI. Rush Rranch Pike their Oneiti ljintastjr aud llajaga Rim-lan- d, J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. jr Ptter Klrorr. thoroughbred, blsck Rerkshlre lVar, son ot JoSn Ktmrr aud ltoone Wood. John Klmer wsaof Wllllsm Klmer, Imported from black aud Mary Uruitdy. tborvuhbrF.t, Hershtresow, by Harry (irundy Imported from Is a IborouKhhrrd black Iloone Canada. llerkihlrosow by I'lka WochI, thomughbre-- l Royle, black and dam Nenny thoroughbrrtl black lterkshtre sow, by Old Richard llo j If, thorouKbbre.1 bla-- k Hetksblre, . from Kuror. Hrewllnc fee If cssh. will be eoareyed to and from the I free of charge. Special acroramoJatl ons to Commercial Trareler. Ths Mar will slwajs tapplled with tre eholeest bran J of Miaonaad I Igare. Wl tw?o?.i sews t mmm valley 20J-II- 1MIOXOG RAPJIISB, ADMINISTRATRIX' SALE CHESAPEAKE&.OHIU ROUTt VALUAHLi: on his late premise, ou IIMHETY I I Kcnliifli) Itoii.o roa Tlnnt AsAdmlnlstratrlxofR. R. (ieutry, will sell Washington, Fhiladolphia and Now York. Tlio only line tunning imi.-IA- ON 8ATUDAY, A APRIL 2ND.1887, tract of land CONTAINING 107 ACRES fenced. Adjoining the homestead, In a eoud state of culti, well watered and vation, most of It down In M: .SI.IIKI'l.M. .NO CAIIS JContuolcy A SOLID TRAIN noM fnSlSSSSSP Fourth National bank of this city for a littlo more than $2,400,000. . What tho Civilization's Opposite Pole. " Extremes meet. While tho toilers ore in battlo array for a bare living, tho world which lives among, and bj tho trade in, pure luxuries is enjoying the liveliest season ever known in America, All tho picture exhibitions and sales thus far have dono better than ever before in the' history of tho country. Collectors aro now preparing to disburso at least f 2,000,000 at tho auctions of tho Stow' arts, tho Graves, tho ProlMisco and other pictures. A dealer in antiques told me recently that at a recent sale of part of his block ho cleared over $20,000 by tho least valuablo tiart of it and still has its real treasures on hand. Architects whom I know say that they never had so many orders for fine residences, nor at such prices; and tho great decorating firms aro all busy embellishins our rich men's palaces as thoy never yet havo New York Nows lieen embellished. Talk AJiout "SoR Snaps." Stove How an, tho big policeman who twirls a club along Madison btrcct, was talking about soft snnpn tho other night. "Whon I first camo to towi," ho said, "I got a job breaking tho ico around a big water main ihey wero laying along Sixteenth street and under tho river to tho west side. It was a bitter cold winter and I tiiffeivil terribly. I kept tho main clear of ice, however, and when spring en mo it found mo still sitting iroiind that old pipe. I expected my discharge every day, but ns it did not como I boym to renlio tho fact that I was in full (xssesio)i of the snnp. Very littlo ice formed ii roil ml tho main during tho months of June, July nnd August, nnd I had plenty of timo to goto horseraces and ba..o ball games. That snap ran along until October, nnd I never mishedn week's pay in nil that time. Talk nlxmt soft MiapM. There Is ono with a Lluo ribbon tied mound it." Chicago HeraM Intoxication Among Anliiuile, "The philosophers," wi3-- Houzeau "that assert that monkeys that have onco used intoxicating liquors to excess will not touch them again nre moro desirous of giving us a lesson in morals than holding to tho osact truth. Tho majority of lamo monkeys are fond of wiuo and spirits. Thoy help themselves w hen thoy can. Thoy enjoy getting drunk, nnd wnnotof thorn boconiosuch sots that thoy refuse to reform in spltoof tho most severe punishment. Besides, their intoxication resembles precisely that of rami; their leg are badly controlled, their tonsuo U thick xnd Its movements uncertain." Moreover, this Identity of tho effects of intoxication descends much lower in the animal kingdom. Donkeys havo been seen dead drunk. Horses got drunk; and if, as n general thing, dogs wine, some of them aro addicted to tho use of alcoholic beverages when well sweetened and sufficiently diluted. Henry Howard in The Cosmopolitan. s Ij III Hid Wero Clocks anil Shoe. Speaking of eccentric characters, n gentleman tho other day recalled tho idiosyncrasies of tho late Sylvester BonnnlTon, who lived over what is now Madden' saloon. He died some years ugo. He wa3 n most eccentric but very methodical man. Ho was a devoted lover of horseflesh nnd always kept n fino team, In which ho drovo out every day for perhaps twenty years, never varying as to route or time. His action in taking his dully drive was ns regular as a special train, nnd ho arrived ut particular point? ns punctual ns though "on timo" according to sctedule. Ho Invariably drovo out Walnut street to Ninth, up Ninth to Itidge avenue, along Ridge Broad, llu carried a clock to timo himself and returned to tho stablo nt 5 p. m. After his death 125 pairs of shoes wero found clock. Philadelin his room nnd thlrty-nlrnve-nuoe phia New&. variably indicating superior chest capacity and power of lungs. It is a still moroaecu rate index to mental qualities, for, belonging as it does at onco to tho most and least mobile portions of tho face, it faithfully reflects the most fugttlvo movements of the mind. In tho child tho noeo is tho most insignificant and least developed portion of the physiognomy. It is not till the intellectual faculties come into play that the nasal organ acquires iU characteristics. Savages hove no noses worthy of the name. Maj. bchack'a observation! lead him to concludo that' ft small and noso lietokens cunning and finesse; a straight and thin nose, taste and delicacy; an aquilino nose, judgment, reason nnd egotism; wullo a EbaK!loss and clumsy nasal protubor-ancalmost always indicates intellectual dull' ness and Hunt of savolr fulr. St. James' country. Gazette. That enormous sum of money was tram, ferrcd from Philadelphia to Boston through A Cow ou the Itangr. New York without causing moro than n ripCattlo are queer creature, nnd it takes o ple in tlio market, and yet if Treasurer Taygreat deal of experlcnco to loam thoirways. lor had boon less thoughtful or nsaeious ho In choo ing a range, a novico would bo likely could have caused a stringency in tho money to prefer a level plain, where grass could market whii'h would have seriously nfloeted grow in all places, but tho old cattleman all biHine, In tho first placo it was well would Infinitely prefer n rolling country, If known weeks In advance that inch a transfer possible with high bluffs hero and there. The would lio mado rnd tho rate of exchango was reason of this is that snow is likely to cover affected thereby Threo weeks before tho tho entire surfaco of a lovel plain, but is timo camo Mr. Taylor sent round to tho nearly certain to bo blown from tho tops nnd banks nnd tho broken nnd disked them to at least ono side of hilb, leaving tho grass send hir.i nny New York funds that thoy had, bare. A cow is not on animal of remarkable thus enabling them to mvo n day's interest, intellectual attainments, and will starve when for bo immediately gavo them Philadelphia tho ground ii coveted with snow nnin'Mi deep, fundi.. Tho l!oton bankers reverted tho it nevor seeniing to occur to it that n few operation and tho New York banks took all stroke of its ho fs would uncover tho grass. tho Boston d.nfts that wero offered. Thus A horse or mulo will do thi, but it seems was n sum of noney almost as great as the ft cow's reasoning ponura. High bluffs totul of th Alabama award transferred givo excellent shelter in storms, and prevent through New York from Philadelphia to Bob-tocattlo from drifting. It used tole the opinion and without touching tho monoy market of cattlemen that tho northwestern country penvptibly. Now York Mall and Exprcu. was too cold for cattle, but expoik-nchas proved that a cow can live wherever a buffalo Anointing With Ollvo OH. can, nnd any rnngq formerly frequented by At n well known sanitarium, inunction with buffalo is a good ono fot cattle. ollvo oil was tried twenty years ago in cases of wasting disease. Tho results were so favor-nblthat it lias becomo a favorite pi escriptlon Sirs. Cleveland's Ways. in various forms of disease, though in most Mrs. Cleveland's tact has nover been more cases cocoanut oil is now preferred to ollvo quietly and yet succo sfully exerted than in oil. her slmplo policy of refusing to close tho In nn nrtlclo on this subject in tho Decemdoors on reception days when tho advertised ber "I- -i ws of Life," tho writer shows that Inhour of closing arrives. Tho demands of unction has lccii found to bo more satisbusiness, delays of livery men, lateness of factory In its effects when administered by a railway trains, or a thousand and ono other strong attendant who is skilled to rub, rapid causes which mako men swear in braggart ly and thoroughly, tho burfaco of tho liody. style, prevent many people who nro naturally Tho oil i3 moro quickly absorbed, nnd tbero curious to meet ami know Mrs. Cloveland seems to bo somo valuo In tho mere rubbing. from reaching tho Whito llou&o doors in time, Tho practice seems to bs especially suited nnd those who havo licen thus delayed and, to cases in which tho stomach and iutcstinal by her kindness, havo yet been nblo to bo tract aro unable to digest fatty food. presented, havo grown quite nrdent in their It has been practiced with good usulto in pralso of her act. Strango as it may wein, cases of consumption (tuberculosis), ottended thoy nro not fow in number nor do thoy nil with great loss of flesh; innutrition duo to como from n single city or score of cities. chronio inflammation of tho digestive tract. "I know it is not moro than a curiosity to From two to six times n week tho application seo tho president's wife," tho recent! v Kiid to can 1m mado according to tho patient's power a friend, "but it seems to give pleasure, and I of absorption. Youth's Companion. am glad to put myself out a littlo to obligo them. I don't, ot course, want to mako n "StifTrnso of tlio IMow." show of myself, but I am becoming accusAnont Lord Tennyson's bitter rcferenco to tomed to being stored nt, and, what is more "tho sufTrago of tho jilow" in his lutcst xxm, linjwrtant, nil of tho curiosity is not of it vul- it is rccallod that lots.1 than threo years ago ho gar kind." Philadelphia Times. In tho honso mado ono of his raro of lords expressly to vote for tho fiunchisu African Hull Hlrdo. hill, which gavo Ifodgo tho Iwllot. Xv OrMr. Stanley, tho explorer, snyu that the leans greatest difficulty encountered in building railroads hi Africa Utlmt the ostriches cat up T.ntckt Development of tlio foul Strike. tho rails as fast as they ero laid. Norristown Harloni Wifo How's tho coal! Herald. Harlem Ilushand Haven't counted it ycU Tliero was ono pieco iuUln lust They w- - liuving fctr.bor;gMilns wnndaU" ' nisht Uioi'.'h. TI BIS. llOUT. -. bo-yoGlobc-Dom-ocro npiK-arances Times-Democra- t, 1 (14,000,000. Tho biggest check overdrawn in tho United States was that given by John D. Taylor, now dead, tut then treasurer of the Pennsylvania railroad, to Lee, Higginson &Co.,of Boston, in payment for tho Boston stock in tho Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore road. About $10,000,000 of it was owned in Boston. Nathaniel Taylor was tho largest stockholder, and ho had ngreed to deliver to Jay Gould enough to glvo him a controlling interest and cnablo hiru to bring tho rood Into hormony with tho Jersey Central, and then dlsposo of tho two as thought best. But Mr. Thayer was in his old oge, and he was unable to fulfill the contract. Enough got out to put tho Pennsylvania people on their guard, and their represontatlvea met tho Boston bankers in this city and never adjourned until tho papers were drawn up by which they agreed to deliver a majority of th stock in tho road at 140 on the dollar, which was about 10 per cent, more than thoy bad ever toen ablo to sell it at, nil the individual stockholders being allowed to come and sell their, stock at that figure. Thoy brought it to tho Boston bankers, nnd on the Ut day of July tho Boston party received Mr Taylor's check on tho Nutioual Bunk of Commerce of this city for $H,'.!oO,440. This is believed to bo tho largest chock over drawn in this a check ron Oflcs oa Laocasttr strut, cext door to luta-rioJockkai offlc. OOca hours from 8 lo 12 A w.anj 1 to5r. m. Anttthatlcs administered whsr M5t-ly, oenvitarr. e r.l I will sell also at the same time 2 Work Mules, 2 Horns. 1 extra rladdl 1 1 ore 7 Louiivillo, Oincionati ii Lexington, Kj. y rats old, 1 Denmark hsdJIe Bullion 2 year old. to Washington City, f Weantlcs SadJIe Coll by On Ttmn, I Hrood Connecting In the sstu driot with In foal to Judf Mare by Hubble' Inmark, Ruger, 1 Rood Brood Mare, 8 cows wllh calf, two Trftine for Now of thrm registered Hhorthorns. 10 roo.1 (radelonc The Direct Rout la I M ,KnA.(Ml.. I. .11... t..l bred Hull (Registered), KrJ heifer calre, Lynchburg, DsdtltU, Norfolk ad all Vlrilnl and North Carolina Pulnta. wllh I thoroughbied hller calf, 80 eod lamb, 20 tihoate, 7 bow aud pi's, KarmlDj ImFor tickets and turlhtr Inlormatloo, apply t plements, coailstlog of Wool Reaper, Ruckeye your nearest ticket omce or adJrrss W. W. Mod Mower. Hay Rake, Wheat Drill. Plow, llar-roroe, (Uueral Agent, Laxlnjlon, Ky. Ac, One food Bprln Wsion, 2 two-horw. a 3i. Wagons, I toot finny '"' Uarneaa almost new, ve.v. w (ian'l I'ai--'r Ag'l 2d Vie PiMldeut. Honsebold effects, Ac. . , Fast York. Kn mil n ii. rtii.i.r.u, lngtoJ. COentrr loll io CITIZENS NATIONAL - BANK, Mare 8 yesrs old, 1 S weanling Colt, II 1'exas A1WSIUUVUUSIUV will be sold: Wl (U year-ol- d OF LANCMMTKK, HY, CAPITAL - 8133,000 00 TKRMH; All sums ef 110 and unaer cash, orer . L . . . ... .a . I . a fm tt .....ka ., 1(1. ,hnPnWa edeuslty. Terms as to land madeknovnon day of Kale UE.ITtt V, ni nors's. Mare, rood combine.! 1 Haddle Mare, most ol them In I Mw., mi-w- k- Uulsr II. Kt. JtllS. Jl.lltY t Admix This lUnk solli Its accounts of InJIilJmls. firms and corporations. Iti facilities lor making colCORPORATION lections, la 1 part of the Ualtcd Statu, are un. aurpiued, and cutoaera are at 'all time granted lie it Knotrn. anr reasonable accommodations thej- tea proper 1. That II. 8. Wither, T. J. Foster, O. A L.ck-eYTe bctf to offer our aerrlce to tbs citiztoiuk, 8. II. 8bnks, Forest ui Held snd W. O. Welch ens) ol neighboring counties, without Hanking bTasnclited themselrrs and formed a facilities, anJ assure them that anr business sent corporation underline prorlsloni of Cnap.M, Uen. usshallatall ttues have prompt and faltblul at- Hlat. Ky. tention. 2. The nsme of lUe Incorporation Is the ''titan. ford Roller Mill CorapanT," and lis principal r'co of buslitss Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky. J. M. IIIOUINDOTHAM, 3. Tbeirene'al nstmeof the business I the purJOHb J. WALKEB, LEWI9 V. LEA.VKLL, chase and sae of cialn. the manufacture and ssle J. W. LCUN, J 8. JOfWiOX, of flour and meal, and the purchase, and sale of T. M. AKNOLD, L. r. HUBBLE, coal. B. O. MULLIN3. JOi. SIMPdOS, to be 810,000 4 Tho opltal stock Is authorit-divided Into share ol JW each to be paid as the Directory tnsy dstermlne and direct. 8. The corporatloj shall begin business Feb. 21, ' J. M. HIOOI.SUOrilAM.PItElT. I&S7, anJ terminate 23, years tbsretfter. LEWld V.LEAVKIX, V..PitE3r C. Theatralr of the Company shall bo conduct-J. l SAXDIKKR, CASHIER, by aboard of six directors, whi shall elect a PresII. K. HUDiON, TELLER. ident, Becretary, Trea-ureneither olRee being Incompatible with tho othetr, and shall appoint such other olB:er and agcts ss nuy be deemed nter.'ary. Th alwto- - named lncoronilor hall to nty point WEST, coHstltute the first lloenl of Directors, aud their IfyounroKolnK successors shall be e4eetl oi the 2nd Siturday NORTHWEST or SOUTHWEST. of January, l&4, and annual y at the sime timo tnl;o tho theieafter. 7. The highest indebtedness of the Coiupiny shall at no timo exceed 12,590. l S The prlrate piorwrty ol oorioix'ors from debn. stockholders shall tt (Ohio & Mississippi Hallway ) T. .. I'OSTKR, II. 8. WITHEIH, ThHUnolm Two Hilly Express Trslns lines, (l.A.I.ACKLV, 8. 118HANKS Louis twurs In a.lTunci ol other W. (J WKLCII. siU Klein,; our paiwnners first cbolro of sita lu I'ORB.T(M Rl'.tH, W.?-ril).17lhl8i7. tralus nf contiKlIng lines lu Union Depot, Ht. NorthLouis, f ralliwllits oat, Nmluiroil aud west with NOTICE! 1 s y, hr DIKECTOlWi BEAST ! Mexican Mustang Liniment OTJX13313 j j j oiiricx:ae5 r, XV2I3i38XB Sciatica, Lumbago, Rhenraatiim, Scratches. Epralm, Contracted Barni, Scalds, Straint, satchei, StLtrJolnU, Backache, Mniclet, Emptiom, Hoof All, Screw Worms, Swinoey, Saddle Oallt, Sting, Bites, Bruises, Galli, Sorts, Spavin Cracki. o. & v Bunion, Corns, rilci. n-- oxe-np- t corp-irst- THIS GOOD OLD STAND-B- Y accomplishes for everybody exactly what Is claimed arrlr-Initmt- it. forlt. Onoot tho reasons for the great popularity of tho Mustang Liniment Is fouudinlta universal nppllrnblllty. Hrorybody needs such a medicine. Tlio I.umberniiiii needs It In cojio of accident, Thollouacwlfoneediltforgenerolfamtlyine Tlio Illccliiiulc need It always on his IlocllninB Chair Parlor Cars and Kew Emigrant SlocplUK Cars BBTruo ol" Cliui'Ki). MTHUR SIMS, No. 3011, ThoCnnnlrrneedltforhlteamandhltmen bench. work Hlandirl I NOW IS THE TIME. Southwest. Tho Richest Farming aud (lr!nz Land In the World may be luJ at from Jl O'J to Jo0 per aero on Ion time and at low interest. This land will raise double tlin number ot bushels of corn or wheat to the aero tout cm be produced in tills section, and with much less lamr. The prlco ot bo trill iirrci- - cerland laateadllradTanc ng. , and it Is rM'(ijcrfi(Mi iitju'i-Hvntlo prore a good iiiTestment o orerjr purtain chaser. To purchaie a Kami In tho West, Northwest or wli Btnd "der Rul ,"(A. T, It ,Vul V ' Tlio Mlnernccdsttlncasoof emergency, Tlio Two miles from Lancaslur, on the Stanford pike at TWENTY D0LLA.R3 THE SEASON With prltlleeor return In IB58, or it Arthur 81ms Is by Oen. mont Hero, Ac Ills din was Idy Arthur, by Rourboti Chell, by Mambrlno Chlof by Msmbrlno Paymsster.Ai. Arthur Hlms Is a bay, V'i hand, IBSi. Eound-Tri- p Tickets, Good 40 Days mail blsi.-- , right hind loot white, foale-- lu sliy. He Is a haudtomely nnlstie-- colt and bred t a little and promises well to Neosho, Mo.; KroHehssbeen handled At Low Excursion Ratn tlonla, Florence, Abilene, Independence, naxier He combines tlio strains of ths handsome HUck Hprlngs, Ileeco, lloltou, Coiiucll Uroio, Kingman, ii. nt .rl .tmit Mimbrlno Chief famllle. and Ij n Kansas; Columbus, desirable stock horse, and on his slro's lido traces Lcnoru, Uberlln and denei-arint.,1 l.lin.l l.inMiln nnd Valentine. Neb.: lex- - twice lo Imp, Menienttor aud twice on his dsu.'s nrkana and Omd, Ark; Palestine, Ban Antonio, Ide. Mare kept in uy manner orsireu. at ownor Taylor, Wichita Kails, Waco, Lampisei, Ralrd, risk. Albany and Midland, Texas. Lancaster, Ky. , Knox, 110. Ii .30 Insurance. by Ver- Tlio llncltwooilainnit need It. Thcro Is nothing llko It as an nntldoto for tlio danger to life, limb and comort which urround tho pioneer. Tho fllcrclinnt need It about lit storo anions Id employee. Accidents will happen, nnd when tfacso come the Mustang Liniment is wanted nt onco. KeepaUottlolnthellouaO. 'TI tho best of economy. use In caae of accident sarc pain nnd The I'uriiier rieecU It la lit house, hi stable, and his stock yard. Tlici Nteninbonttiinii ortlio lloiiluinii needs It In liberal supply afloat and ashore. need It- -It Is his t Tlio Horic-rnnclfriend and safest reliance. need It- -It will avo him Tlio thousand of dollars and a world ot trouble. Tim Hnilrnnd innn need It nnd will noed It long a tils llfo Is a round of accident and dangers. er Ix-iHlocU-BTOMr- Keep nllottlo In ihoPnrtoiy. Itslmmedlate T.A.tl.Kifi, M Keep a llottlu Ahvuralit llic htnblo for uno when wnnled. los of wage. Stoj.orer Privileges will bo Allownl .. i in To examine the Lands and Country. Purchasers of Land will ham the Price of their Tickets refunded. Extension Rouud'irlp Tickets a !) rates lo many otner poluu may be seen ed at Stations to which you purcbasu tickets. ol irthurMlme, wasbredby . . .. Hero, I II, 1st dam by Searcher, son of llaroey ry, 2ud lluniilcii Mnro by llli'Hlr Chariot ou u years oil Duroc. 2:21. r..l..lln UI.H.I.nl l'n,I.F llnla flia .trn l)nll Heuslti. Rrldj- -, tat lf.tul.l.l....lil Hen- l.5. F UUrrBAII, KY. HrROKO.J DKNTIHT, BTANKORD, II you Tliiuk or Moving West C'allonany ofourm?enta who will promptly all U'iilrles and futulsh raluahle Inforna-lio- n In rfgrd to priced Lands, ,'ect., homestead laws In any ot the Western nrd SMte. Wlllcll on yotl at your homes If desired, tickets tu any point, haTii your frclxlii lurnuh atut household good shipped at lofit ,rut(. nnd Htteud personal? to eheckliu your haetfiKA arid replug you comfortably surte I ou your Journ-tnai this aaiU'acct I j rendered Hex of y. Ceut. IMsicusfr Agent, IS W. Hull., Cincinnati, W. fl.HIIATTUC, JOHN K. HARNARD, Mn'i;r, mi. and (icn'lCllicluu.,!!, O.UrH. Pms. Aa'i, chars. C. W. I'.VUH doors bi Among the get of (len. Knox wllh records hi Oitoe riuutli tide Main Street, two Myers 2.30or better, nro the followliig: Lady Maud2.li,j low the Nitrous Hotel! (Us admlnlitcrod when Puro Oxide Caunra2.l9;4 Iudep.ndentn2 21M; tlllbert 'riux icor Vlt'i; Emiwior Knox 2.27!ii Knox 2 V9); fpsok reiitilrel Knox HoyZM'j, Penuful 2.V0; Harry 2.23; er2.30; Messenger Knox , 2 30 Ills aons, Col. K Isworm, uiuian, i.ruiuwi-11r.iiiu, i.u,..-i.i- , mh-lawe cordi illy reroraBi, nd ttin-.- if your 11 si ilil ...... juiiiriwcu, u.w II, .v "" klnr.la ... Cen Knox- - Jr ,.. lien. Llghlluot,l.in(Ulbrelli, ...... Vine t. In ivuux, juit-r , Tl ,l . aivt l.lt-- i. Phil KheilJao, Hi Klinn, Wlialobono Knox, and Wa hiva coM eonM,r. faiiartoU4 Dt isl Wn.iin,il Knni h.Tfl sired tho lollowtn!!. wild able, in.ltn cvfrr ttt t; causa uirictur,. reconls of 2 3d or belter: Iron AgelM'J!,; Cupllol uai Klrot t.li.r.ctUn. ' Nellln Waiwn 2 20 2i'0!i! 2 2i': l'raulr ltfjcntj b'tbi Alrult At M.l, ,. Itranj diaries it 2 27; Fanny M. 2.S0U; Wallsce 2 K 1 Cic!;l Ohio. Ca. l.SU; CI1UO Copelaud m.i.i Mua, pner, .' v.;., no eaiy, pacer, ik'! ii"; HI, Jlllllir, shadow Hlack lls iruu.ii;, llamb'u ulok 2.30; Cincinnati,! 2 'W: 2.8U, lludwn.W. Y Althur.T. ii7, t. . fcMtyririisgltii. Wli- i.-j-