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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887032201 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. Setm 0 WtMw VOL. XVI. PnbUhcd Tticmtnua and Friday AT 121 ntefio HUSTONVILLE, c amfma NO213. IT. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1887. are the augar planter's terror: and their levee, publio and private, are guarded with as jealous caro ai the dykes of IIol land. A crcvauc uieins ruin, where the crop is grown, as it so often ia, un borrowed capital. As tho risk is o enormous, and the prices of sugar rro so depressed, just now, the sugar planters aie pawing through a painful cri'if, poor fellows. Like the cotton planters in the Ynoo delta uuny of them are on the brink of bankruptcy fromovertlows, low prices and borrowed money. Our kind entertainer, Mr. Minor, is one of the favored class who aro out of the reach of single crop ruin; and with n born geinus fur sugtr planting; enthusiastic liking for his profe'ioc; and admirable ability for engineering extensive operations, he is on the highroaJ to Urge wollh. "It takes money to make money," is truer in sugar planting thaninmoalindiHtries I was simply numsd to go over his sugw house and find in it nearly as much machinery as one would find in a Cunard steamer, though, of not such superlatively costly build. I soon got lest in a inazs of thiuga revolving; things hoisting, things boiling; things things ejective and receptive; cool-e- ra and heater?; tanks and yatr; until with a brain in tho last phae of bemuddlcmcnt, my friend brought me, gaaptng with astonishment, to the open air; and little think ing in bia perfect grasp of the whole establishment in its ininuteit detail how little his guest bad realty tsken in, beyond a sense of bewilderment that a Bjuthern sugar house bad all that in it. Bat it was a unique treat to go over it under intelligent cbaperonage. I can only hint at the elrgant dinner we set down to after a thorough inspection of the plantation, lest I enchrosch upon limits of courtesy, Yesterday we spent the day with another charming family on another elegant estate. This time, the descendants of Clan McCoIlam, of Highland Hcotch fame, entertained us. My readers will recti I how Macaulay thrills us in history, with the sketch of McColiam Move -- chief of Clan Campbell and the day when he kicked ofl hi hoa, and with the war cry of bia proud rare, went barefooted into battle, with only bis claymore and bull's-hid- e shield and to an cnalaught that nothing could resist. We enjoyed a delightful visit with these hospitable frlendt; returning from the plant tion 7 mile out on Biyou Black by the evening train, that brought us to town in ample time for the night meeting All welll Meetings still gloriously I can not tell you how the LOUD ia blessing us in Terre Bonne. It is all so wonderful. When I think that J of our audience are Koman Cttholica, and that night after night thoy crowd the Hall to hear a "Heretic" preach the gcunjl, I mar vel. Of course the title, "heretic," is not new to me. But the wonder is, that where I ought not to get it, I am laden with it and where I expected it, I haye nevToe fact ! er heard it whispered. hear something to these dear Creole which the heart of mau, as man ever more responds, as the chord of a ttrioged Instrument lo the players touch; and they inquire are not stopping to curiously whether it crosses something they formerly believed true. Having little to unlearn, tbe virgin soil has brought forth a better and speedier crop, than whero the weeds ot cd false theory had taken poseeslon, und with tenacious obstinacy the germination of the "mustard seeds" of truth. Ho it will evir be. Wei! I thank tho dear LOUD tint these men of strange speech (you hear French right and left on the streets and most commonly) havo heard and welcomed "mr cnHpel." Ever In Jo-u- , Ueo. O. Baiinks. evap-oratinattc-cesf- ul. dlr-pu'- 'J I'JSIIANNUM.OAHII. ex- understood If we credit that 1J.M will be pected and demanded. W. P. WALTON- - GEORGE O. BARNES GOD 18 IS LOVE And NOTHING ELSE 1'UAIHU .TJI33 LOKI). Thwe grimd cyprem woods form drmry, yet impremlre nlretchen of landscape. They re bo heayily draped in mow, that they eeem a forenl of (lend tretr; in inotirnlnc Krb, uicMt eombre and dreadful. Out o( Inywtlture, they ilioc their (jaunt rkeleton artni rather than lieing bouijh, all weighted Mill, with a weltering Kfy ray of the paraalte, eway-inand lluttrrine in erery breeze, and eeemlne to cling with tenacioua purpoee of destruction to the great tree which eter eeeni to be trying, though in vain, to ebake them ofl and be free once more I bare no (iced thia pathetic air of rain atruggling, in tree, corered with the vlllalnoua "creep-err,- " that throttle oat the life of io many of our foreat growths, I hate no patience with any of them, unlewi they coTer aorae-thindead and repalaire, with a garb of green. Kren then, I can hardly tolerate them- - They are, one and all, Tegetable snakea to mr; and anything like a tnakt, 1 abhor, with the intuitive aversion begotten io Eden. Yet out of thie "eater cornea meat," aa In all OodVdear wya,of turciog even death and destruction into miniatera of life. correctly, that Many think, and doubtln thia ubiquituo "Hpanlab'McV la a great abaorbent of malaria, and make thia whole country, which would otherwise be uninhabitable from mlaama, a really heallhr latitude. Io point of fact, whtle one would think that life, hummed in with theee cypres awamp, would be ono long (or ahort) fight with malaria of deadliest lyje; the ex. act oppoiite condition, obtalni. There ia aa little chill and ferer aa a rule, aa lu Bourbon or Fayette In Kentucky. I could hardly credit it, until anareJ of the fact by truthful eyes. Then, thia wondroui piraalte ia an intnl-uabl- e article of commerce. The outer once rotted ofl, there remains a black hairy centre, that ia a perfect aubstl Thia tute for borae balr In all upholstery. ioduatry ia alowly rousing from a Bleep of agea, and wide awake people are beginning to Gad that "money growa on tree," in a very literal way in Louisiana. The more bangi in bunche, pendant from limb and bough, about the average aite and shapt of a horse' tail. Sometimes it stream down In a longer banneret like the bough of the weeping willow, but the hone-ta- ll la the general ahape. A. well-grocypreoa will produce a bale of cured mos '200 lb).); and if this ia judiciously I am told by eome, who ought to know, that it will be back in a year, as thick as erer Two years at any rate will fee it bck. Thia cured moss ia worth in L'uicigo or Hodton 1 1 to 10 cent a pound. Here, only about 2 to It. That is n and would not unrein, of conr-laft once competition beoune keen. Hut there aro undoubtedly "millions in it." The I heir upply i practically inexhaustible tho uphoMery o'f the lu lawn Palace cars replacing expense h entirely of nio J VEHNON. ROCKCASTLE CpU.Vir Tn fJouaia, noy, we have a pushing hair. liUBJiuva man, frooi Cliiusgo, with n factory a .. h's J. IIUT arrival at it, n. ..!.i ' on aetinll eoile,dolng, what, In lent than girl 5 yes, will ba done lo many place on a Biker will It is thought Mrs O very large one, buying the cured and have to undergo a surgical operitiou for dioi for shipment North. Tho poor tumor. colored population, would be in an oyil case Lirgeft assortment BeJt goods Lowwhen on" of work, but for "mots "That wi.l est prices. Where ai? Ligan Thompson's always "keep soul and body together." 2t of course. Jamea Frszir wan fined in a liquor i ha7e had the pleasure of visiting two tine sugar plantations, and being entertaincase and thought he would prefer going to ed in a way that rectlls the best .of "Blue jail ratber than pay it, but upon reflection Grasd" hospitality. he repleviod and wat released. A sugar ustato is really quite a Urge The silver men el II claim to have Six hundred souls representing a struck It rich. When more of tbe metal force of 150 "field hands" live in the neat, from thrir mine ia seen probably others white-wash"quarters" of the first wo vis- will think lliowiia bit hardly befon. Mr. F. M. Hunt, of Maretburg, we un ited. Mr. Minor, the gentlemanly propria took much palna lo ahow mo every-thin- e derstand, has been allowed a claim by Un tor, farmer, and his gres for services as I'ostmaater during tho He ia n first-c'aestate iaiu rather an idrnl condition. Not war for which he received no pay. Dr. McGuire, living in the north-eevery one has the meana or ability to keep order that his tern portion of the county, has sold his everything in tbeapplo-p!farm of 137 seres to G. O. Clark for $S0O 800 acre display. Lying in a perfect horseshoe bend of Bayou Black; one mile out of and will shortly move to Bibtown, Madi Iloumij mansion fscing the biyou; great son county. Our young friend, S. H. Hunt, who sugar house an arrow's flight to the right; a switch from tho railway, across the bay. went West two ye.un since, writes that lie ou, running up to it, so that bia sugar can has taken up a homestead claim in western be loaded into the curs from the refinery; Arkansas and has bsan living on it n yesr caue fields Hit and smooth as a Ibot; about and ie getting along nicely and advitvn nth 20 miles of road, lu right angled lintorn'c-tlo- n, er young men to come. A man named Philpot wn struck reaching eyery field, and furnishing unlimited drlvkp; drains, from the three hard blows in the hend with a smooth, Saturday night in at Jellir-o- , main ono of 18 feet to the narrowed of 2; with a man whose name we have n- -t and a levee, guarding the whole ewamp row The side, t irrc the deadly and drcn led "over learned The wound?d man will die in "hiuh water," to invade murderer wab arrested and taken to Willlow," threatens w-rtho beautiful fra and drown1"the growing liamsburg the sitae night. Both men Flood drinking. cano t a ruinous loes to tho farmer. g g wn pre-diglue, .n un-cu- red yll-lsg- 1 ed Will Hockcistle show ber indepen dence for ones or will she continue to al low herself to be led around by the nose under promise that never are fulfilled or expected to be by the parties wbo make them? A small crowd gathered at tbe depot Thursday to meet ami hav some spirt at tbe expensoof tho returning fiftiermen who weut down to the river hat Tuesday. To their surprise the puty brought io 30lbs of splendid fish Mr W. E, tiingleton, who many of our clt 7. 'in will ramembar was here taking photographs some years since, stopped oyer here Saturday on his way lo Pittsburg and Jallico. Hs is the young in mi whom the ripr.M company hid arreted and jailed at Jacksboro, Tenn , for fire months over n ptckige of express that they allei;ed hi? hud taken from the office without paying charges. He says his suit against tbe express company for damages comes up in April at Louisville. Misi Jennie Kennedy and Mrs. Jael Cooper, of Crab Orchard, wore vMtirg Mis Cleo Williams, at thin place. Mr. James Brown, of Lancaster, was here Bat urday visiting one of Mt. Vernon's attractive young hdic. Cipt. Evans Is able to be around again after a week's severe attscK of Ora Mycra has about rerheumatism. covered. W. II, Jones, of this county, has been appointed a storekeeper and gaugor. "Booh" J. McIIiKUo. of 1'ine Hill, h had bis pmslon increised. Senator John D. Harris was hete Thursday The most sensible article we have seen of late on the prohibition question is by tbe Echo correspondent from Wildie. He says Rockcastle has tried prohibition for fifteen years and that tbe quantity of in the county is liquor consumed as Kreat aa before it was voted out, about and of course the county and State gets not a cent in the way of license or tax. Many blame tho officers for neglect of duty, but they are wrong in most instances in placing their censure. The next question then would naturally he, who is to blame? A report was telegraphed from Crab Orchard Thursday night aaying three vigilant were ahot and killed at Wildie while whipping an old woman. Messages were received from tho various papers to their correspondents at this place asking;for particulars. It turned out to bo nothing more tban a drunken row between John Hasty, Bam Rose and John Long, when one ahot was fired accidentally, no one being hurt It is hard to understand why auch reports are made when there ia no truth in them It is claimed that a man named Liir, liy ing near Wildie, gave the information. Borne of the papers and many of the citizens would like to interview Mr, Lair or the pnon guilty of auch mean misrepre sentation of facts. In an inlerylew with one of the jail building committee we were informed that there waa no law requiring them to advertise for bids, but that the matter had been placed in their hands to go ahead and have the best building that could be put up for the amount appropriated for the purpose, $3,000, or for less, provided a good and sufficient building could be .built for less From the plans and specifications we ex amined It looks as though we are to have the best jail in the mountain il not in the State. We were told further that in award ing the coutracl (o Mr. J. W. Mulllns that It was stipulated that ha wis to burn his brick and lime hore, to ma all the local la bor thnt could be ued nod to hare his lumber cut bv our county rui!l, gat the stone htr and import uothi..u tttut ouUl b.i procured incite the county, thereby leev-ingrmUr porliou of the money in the cjunty inxteud of having a foreign contrac tor who would import the meet of hi labor nod ihhItuI, tiking away from the county money that could bo left here under the present arrangements. Iu deference to on wish of Mr. Miillirn cud also expre-sefrom the fact that ho IwJ not made bond for thn fnifliloHiit-- i of the contract), up to laH Btturday, the committee deemed it advisable nnd best for all Interests not to mention tbe prico of tbe lotting until all pi-pwere execut d. Tney say they will see that nil is done satisfactorily, and there cm be but little doubt of it when it is known that there is one man on the com mittoe who had much nxperionce in building our court house, who held the contractor strictly to the specifications from it be ginning to completion. to-d- ay ;: d ors LINCOLN COUNTY, K. TAYLOII, to improve slow Or LOO AN COUNTY, la a Csndfdato or tho office orHuperlnieodsnt of I'uutlc Instruction, tubjtct No marked change in the condition of to tho DcruocratloHtatoConTenttou. I) Weitnt-rford- . (J. Mr Mr. Cirpenter improving slightly Mrs. Isaac Steele very W L. William making very low. little ly. Mr Ryan continue es ' Livery, Training, AND Feed, progrt-s- . C. Rindolpli reported sick on Biinday and his pulpit was it. led by a young gsntlemin of trie Thelogical Sem- Rav. J. SALE STABLE!! HhtId rentnl tho stable ou Dspit street, I am prrp.ired to train and brrak hows on reatonable term. County Court day tralt sollcltrJ. 203-8- Iijv f - COMPANY! ii inaryMr. Granger. I make-u- p w.w struck with the of tow lougregation Taere was a Urge aembUe of Indies from town and couutry, tjui I succeeded in counting only about 15 of the male prruuaton present And jonsn. vAiiPF.STr.n,Ky. Htanforu, POSTED ii eoircoly a uiderly person among them All penooi ora notlfioJ not to pass through our Well, if the wooiej Are nil right it don't premises without ipeclal permission, as we will tDtt those it ho do. make much diflsrnuca ibout tho men, enforce the taw wji. nr.cic, We havo recently dad a yisitation in A. Jr. FELAXU, the form of a phenomenal "purifier," separJ. II. SllI.t.F.U, ator, sublimitor, dust dispersing, IIOIIT. JlcA LIHTEH, 204 tf. HtanlorJ, Ky. and magically magn.ficent wheat fan, by which one of our citizam has been WATT COCIIKaW. cleaned out of about $500. The sell con- WOOD YY1LHCK sists in a contract to furnish fans to the & COCHRAN, amount stited, to be sold by retail, those remaining unsold to be returned to the OEMS' FURNISHERS, company. A note is drawn up for tbe 513, 4th Street, grosa amount by the agenl, who adroitly - - "at our option," after tbo condition of returning the surplus The purchaser signs this document "for value received" and tbe trap is sprung. The Carpenter trsgedy is the sole topic of conversation. Nothing in the hiitory MT. VERNON, KY. of our quiet little village has ever called up This old and Hotel la itlll mainsuch universal feeling. Tbo connection is taining Its fine reputation. Charge reasonable a very numerous. one, the families being Special attention to the trarellng public. among the olde't in tbe county. Industry, 31. P. XEircoJJIt, Pro'r. in Mt. Vernon, Ky. frugality and business success have been marked features in their record, while aa pesceable, P0RTW! HOUSE BARBER SHOP, citiun, they have, for a family so large, an enviable reputa JESSE J. THOMrSO.X, ritor'it. tion. Great anxiety will be felt until tho decision of tbe courts' shall have been arrived at. Wnile the matter ia pending, I counsel moderation in speech, prudence in expression, suppression of excitement and especially a tender regard for lacerated feelings. By all meina let us not permit a detestation of crime, or a zeal for justice to degenerate into revenge or retaliation. wrevel-expelling m mI fMWW I LEXINGTON.KY. CREAM 1 I Hi VL m m as nm WM. AYBRS. ii l.i.t ii'-ji- i - iTKicry sack guaranteed to gtie tatUhction.-s- a WALLACE JAS. 0 QIVK.NS, Uotary Public. AYRES& GIVENS, 311 LOUISVILLE, KY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fifth Street, IOUIQVILi3L,33, - - ICY. (IDG-ly- KlTEWCOMB HOTJET.. well-kno- Itooms3and 5, Crotnlc Block. ) YOUK ATTENTION IH SOLICITED. lvf . of a first-claBarwork dono up only Tonsoilal Art. Mr .' .lnn. .. iit ti fix tbe "bangi" law-abidi- ng m I haTe secured the sendcea ber, and propose to turn out In tbe highest Style of tbe Ail hnn ! ntrall w ia A Menefee's. I am prepared " V. call from both the ladles and and the public generally solicited. pU-w- inft, iiixa. gentlemen ot Stan-lor- d is rerr rrspectfullr nuiy eaiiciag. a PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers 12 te LEXINGTON, KY. ia West Inln fcjtrect. 203-m John G. Roach's distillery at $35,000. Union-to- wn burned last week, entailing a loss of For Sale at a Bargain. ro-n- is e, I offer for aulo prWately In Stanford, Ky., a Terr desirable residence with aeroa The Penniylyania Railroad Company and porch-Wel- l of water at tho door; stable, smoke hou-has construed tbe inter-Statcommerce Ac About an acre of ground In the lot. For terms, Ac, apply to 21. G. ALFORD, law to prohibit the issuance of free passes 163- Agfntfor J.K.AItord. HC for traffic or travel from one State to anothJ'RJsmLSi Mf er, but not to prohibit it within the State lines. The act will Bo accordingly. Maine has repealed the law inflicting capital punishment and instead has enacted a law making murder punishable by life Workdonaln the latest atrle. with cbeapntu In- confinement, away from all association, ard dispatch. Lidlea' and chlldroa's work viieu. The Photographer, and no pardoning power ia left (o the Governor and Council, unless the convict Is MACK BBUCE'd proved innocent.,, e 1"'P' 'm" 3E. II. FOX, Buggy & Implement House. I have now anville, .... Ky. AD'TOIX' SALE VALUAItLi: PROPERTY on his late premises, on ! ! Frames Made to Order. I A othor Agricultural Implements, Besides a Full Lino or Whoat Drills and - AsAdmlDfitratrlxofB.il, Gentry, I will toll ON SATUDAY, APRIL 2ND.1S87, , fall Line ol Baggies and Wagons Im- PIANOS ! A tract of land Always on hand. In connection with my plement business, I will alio carry a CONTAINING 107 ACRES fenced. , Complete Stock of Lumber, Prices on orerytblng ai Adjoining the homestead, In a KOud state of most of it down In grass, well watered cultl-rstlo- nnd Both rough nnd dressed. n, I will tell nlso at the same time nn 1 extra 2 Work Mulff, 2 Hor.-c- s. Piddle Iforse 7 y rnia old, 1 Denmark Saddle btalliou 2 years old, IsolMtasrMreuf your patronago l!epctfully, 1 WMidloRftiddlnColt by On Time, 1 Hrood 112-lv- r Mare by lliibb.o's Denmark, In foal to JudRo .V. IIHCCE. Kuifer, 1 Rood Drool Mare, 8 cowa with calf, two ol them registered Miort horns, IU Rood grade long yearling Cattle, 2 yearllriR belters, 1 thoroughbred Hull (Ucjlitertd), 1 gmde heifer. caWes, 1 thoroughbred cilf, 80 pood Uwts witli lambs, 20 Shoatr, 7 eowa and pigs, Farming Implements, coiiMstlDg of Wood Kciper, Duckoye Mower, IUy Kake, Whiat l)rll, Plows, Haraud Store Valuablo Heal rows, Ac., Ono good Spring Wagon, 2 two-bort- o Wagons, 1 good Muggy and Harness almost new, Rooms. Household Hrects, Ac. Alroat same lluo the fol'owlng horsm belongAa Executor ot Lewis V. Philips, dre'd, I oflor ing to J. C. Gentry will besold: 1 good combined Saddle Mare, 1 for sale, on easy terms, (lie following real eMnto lo Mnro 8 yours old, 1 3 jrar-ol- d weanling Colt, 11 '.Texas Marcs, most of thorn lu and noar the growing town ot Lancaster, Garrard county, Kmtucky: foil to co,xl liorss. on Public Squire ol said Ono Brick Htore-roo1EKMS: Alliums of S10 and unaer cash, ortr room. town, now used as a dry-goothat amount a credit or lour months witn approvOne frame Htoro room on the Public Square, now ed security. Terms as to land made known on day ujpj as a family grocery room. .11 UH. J1A V C. G HA Til I of talo on ftkbmond Strret, near PubTwo Store-room- s tOO-UAdmix. lic bouare. ono now used as a Millinery a lore the With other aa an Undertaking establishment. tbli block will bo sold 11 desired a lot or ground Low miy one. i. FOK JSAJLE! Estate We arooicnlng the in ost rcrefullv select!, the Snestand Lest stock of it Ever brought to thia clly. 1'very icsliiimcnt li the prldu of an artist aud price range from 10 it o 25 percent, lower man oiiut ue.iiers m-- . lur iuo same goous. rerwea oi lauiitai nuu nrt vuiiurn arn iuyium to an mspeciiou oi tue ueauiuui, refined tone and artist designs ot theso celebrated instruments: cum-vatcd, AVorld-ronoiViicEr-ero- L.&N. & TUX OltKAT- TO Louisville Nashville R. R. TUROUGU TRUNK LINE Till m Old man McCormick maile ntarly five millions duriiis" his life out of his reaping machines, Twenty three persons were iojured, a number fatally, in a Catholic church panic alCbicaL-o.S- t Patrick' day. men took William iV mob of masked II rdy, a colored murderer, from the jail at Troy Tenn., and huuR him. MlssGrAiit wrote 331 words in four conds in n recent minutes and forlv-lw- o contest in New York. type-writ- er -- SOUTH & WEST -- iTirn il Kiiaue, tlio FaTho adjoining. tl mous Dcckor&Son, the I'oyttlar Ono larm with house and other nrcssary Improvements, ou the Uxlngton Turnpike, 3 miles nudtlio Kcllublo Notr L'nijlnnd irom Lancaster, of 137 ocrm. Ono Farm ol HUfccres, 3,' miles from Lancaster, Pianos, near tho Lexington Pike, unimproved, with house Tho Celebrated dough and Warren and and necessary outbuildings, Dna farm, unimproved. 3 miles from Lancaster. the John Church & Oo. Organs. Ky., on the Lexington Turnplko of 73 acres. And also n tract of JC acres on Ullberl'a Creek, Pleaso communicate with ui for catalogues, term 4 iiillos from tancaster. about Ai executor, I desire to tell all this property. iiid prices. . II. & L. COOIl, Spetlal Ag'tSj I am empowered by the will to make deods to it, Stanford, Ky. A One cbanro la now olTeied to Iujso desiring R. IlICHAUD, Or HOSE homes or investmenta. u.y Attorney, II. T, For lull particular! address Ktferoncca: A. K. Penny, Mra E. M. CarpenNoel, Lancastor, tCy.. or tha uudorslgned at Stanter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jamea tieax-leford, Ky. 31. VUILIFH, Btanforn: Mrs. Magglo Holmei. Crab Orch-arKxecutor. '2M'Zm. tien. W. J. Landraia and illis Unie llud-maLancmti r, Ky. J. post-otSc- J. d; 13S-J- Pullman Palace Sleepers. LomIhvIIIo to NiiMUvillc, Wall Paper, Atlantii, MeiupIiiH, Moutuouiury. Hlfldu-hamm- er iiruukenness, or Liquor Hablt.can bo Curerl by a'.tninuterlng Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. It e.tn be rUcii In a. cup of colleo or tea with-rtho knowledge of tlio person taking It, n nnd permanent euro, whether llio pitlcnt M a moderate iti inker or nn alcoholic uruek. lliousmuH of drunkards have wen maila tempcrnto men who li:io taken the (ioldeiiSpcciilo In their colleo without their taianledirc, and y lolleo they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effect iNMilt from Us administration. Cures Rimran-loeSend for circular nnd full particulars. Co., Address. iu cn'indenco Gomhwt ut siK-edd. Alnhlltj ant lilllle Itoch, vv Orleans. points In Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices . S. K. WEARKMI, Sanfox-d- Only one clncie to Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the lino of this roai vIUrctolTt special rates. aMTSeo Agents of thl Company lor ratea, routf. ArM01lE (. as low as the lowest. 33iMK0i ...r' Loutiillle, Ky P.AT. A JJHo .A,.f jU. ;', r1kt M! yvrA'gte!'JATSI y??i?,..'L - I I I I u if u u- - ') Oar Hrmy, navy and iutsreits ware all with her psoplo and he that the Slate was jnst good enough for All tbe other woald be falsa to his section and himself to them and too good for anybody else. lie $158,129,432. havo been otherwise than in sympathy with confessed to a feeling somewhat of that Government amount to but $39 her people. "If I have ever satd aught de- kind himreif, but waa convinced that Ken- yearly. March 22, 1887 rogatory to the bravo fellows, who bared tucky needv more people and more capital Stanford, Ky The snow blorkade on tho Canadian their breasts to tho battle) in the dtfens) of to develop her mines of coal and iron and Pacifio in tho Rocky Mountains is comwhat they thought to be right, and it can to construct railroads for their transporta- plete, and there will be no throngh trains W. P. WALTON. be proven by reputable witnesses, I will tion to tho outsido world, The wealth of for a fortnight, withdraw from tho race. Immediately af- Ewtern Kentucky lies undeveloped, when Five States now prohibit the manufacter the war, when;approached for a contri- if its exexhaustible resources wero properly ture and bsIo of intoxicating liquors withbution to provide a home for the poor Con- advertised, foreign capital would flow to it in their limit, and five others will take federate soldiers, who were unable to make and the hills and dales would swarm with the vole on that "burning question" within A Very Manly and Signified Speech. their own support owing to wounds or other busy people and prosperity would supplant the next year, disability, I subscribed $100 and said that poverty. If elected governor, it would be Nineteen Bald Knobbers are in jail at Hon. John D. IIauris, caudidate for I would contribute any further amount his aim and pride to use his utmost exer- dark, Mo , the number including the leadgovernor, w on hand promptly on Friday with my tions to secure such a result. He believed ing spirits of the gang. They murdered neceaiary and commensurate to fill hi appointment to apeak here and means and I have alwavs stood ready with in the greatest liberality to railroad build two men in cold blood. ABiptlst preachwas greeted by a pretty full and a more to aid the galopen hand and po:ket-boo- k ers, consistent with the rights of the people, er and several of his Hock belong to the orthan ordin.ir.lf representative audience, em- lant fellows, who deserve the respect and and would recommend a general railroad ganization. bracing people from nearly every part of admiration of all mankind." He also en charter, with the proper restrictions, whereOANHLLE, BOYLE COUNT. the county. The Senator waa introduced tertained the highest respect for the bravo by a county court could grant corporations in a pleasing and complimentary speech by soldiers of the other side, many of whom or The Indian medicine men are in town lndiyiduais tne right to buna as many Judge 8ufhy, which he acknowledged in a aro now hia best friends and warmest sup- as they wis?). It took three terms of the for to day only. becoming minner. Ha began his remarks porters. He thought the time for senti- legislature and any amount of wining, dinPeck's Bid Biy, which is getting to be Yy saving hit he felt at home with a Lin ment was over, however, and whether a ing and some bribery to fiaally give the a little tiresome, exhibited at the Opera coin eouuly audience for between it and man had or had not been a soldier should city of Cincinnati the right to spend $20 House Saturday night. his county of Madison, there had always no longer cut any figure in our selection of Progressive euchre has become imin Kentucky to build her Southern existed fraternal, business and political re- officers. A thoroughly business adminis- railroad, which everybody admits has prov mensely popular in Danville, "but for good lations of '.he moat gratifying character. tration is needed' in Kentucky and he ed of Incalculable value to the State. ness sake don't say I told vou," It is in the same Congressional and appel- thought with his training in that regard he In selecting their candidate for governor, Qcn. S. B. Buckner is in town and will late districts and the ambitions of the sons could be of service to the State. He did the time has come when sentiment should speak (Monday) at 1 o'clock at the of each bad been recognizjd and endorsed not claim to understand the complex ques- eschowed by tho party and business qualifi- court-hous- e in support ot his claims to tbe by the other whenever occasion oflerod. A tions of tariff, interstate commerce and cations considered, with men chosen for of- governorship. Many citizens have called plain, unassuming farmer for 37 years, he other like bills, but claimed to be a thrifty fice who would conduct the affairs of State upon him at Qlltner's Hotel. had l)c;u tniitGed to vote and work for the business man, albeit a plain farmer, with with the same interest and concern as he It may interest those who have become democratic nominees, to assist in nuking an honorable desiro to advance tho interests would devote to his private affairs. Mak accostomed to apsociato Charles Henderson, MOB these nominees nnd in contributing by hia of Kentucky. inr no claim to superior knowledge or with Danville affairs to know that Sunday's means und otherwise to secure their eleccontained a statement from Referring to his record in the Senate he statecraft, he believed that he could estab- Ckurkr-Jouma- l tion, lie had never sought office before, said he was surprised to see that tho very lish his right to be called a thorough busi- him to a reporter of that paper that he had Triio lie was elected Senator from the 29th papers, which at the time complimented ness man and business manners and meth telegraphed for the second time to the auThe lolloping lurngrapbi, totting lorlb iora of district two years ago, but it waa from no him for his bill for the solution ol tae od' he would take to the exebutive office if thorities at Columbus, Indians, that in tbcgwJ tblDgikri't ij disaeeking of his. The democrats of the South matter, settling a question that had chosen. He was a thorough Kentuckian, case he was wanted there that no requisitrict had asked him to make the race and cost the State $10,000 or more for its legis- proud of the State that gave him birth, and tion would be needed to secure his presredeem the district from the republicans lature to discuss and was still at it, are now having no interests pecuniarlally outside ence. He denies having committed any and he had consented on assurance that hia denouncing him. South had been elected her borders. Every dollar he owned was whatover at Columbus. nomination should be unanimous. It was warden of the penitontiary, had been de- invested here and here would his interests Msra. H. E. Samuel, A, 8. McGrorly, GUOCKIC, made without a dissenting voice and ho posed by the sinking fund commissioners, and his money remain. He wanted our T.P.Curry and Gentry A Eastland oh. vras triumphantly elected. wan not snttained by the school system so enlarged and improved tained druggist's license in the county which action MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. A democrat from principle alone he had legislature, the best lawyers said he was that every bright eyed boy in the State may court There Is some sort of a dim sought to make a record as the aver entitled to his pay and to end the long be able to procure a good education withnever impreeslon that this license confers upon age politician does, but had followed a drawn out controversy he had offered a bill out cost, and for himself he was willing to them tbe right to sell liquors and perhaps WM tit and Yellow OiloiSt In totk. plaiu line of duty and privilege. The to pay South $2 800 and place tne appoint- be taxed to eecure that end. Closing the drugs, wear chestnut bells and attend Hulk aJ ppr Gardes HteJ In treat TirUly. county is in the democratio ment and removal of the warden where it Senator spoke again of the friendly rela- church festivals if they think proper. hope of tho Dtijwttaaj Sgiir Tlcklei, Tomato Catup party, the patty of the people, and he con properly balonged, in the hands of the tions and the identity of interests between None of the lawyers here know what it uJ 1'npirf J JloitsrJ. gratulated the country that eo capable, so commissioners. It was purely a matter of his county and Lincoln and asked in fitting means nor do they know where to seek for .AntieclUat mIkIIod of niagy SThlpi l.uly true and eo honest a man bad been called bnsmcM in which he acted as he would hsd words that his caud id cy be endorsed. A information. The clerk doen' know rectlfcJ. office in the gilt of the peo-pi- it been a private affair. to the highest prolonged applause followed, after which how much to charge for the licence since it There li nol a blur Miction or Ciaatd (loodi There was no tainl of fraud connecIn regard to the convict question he had many of the audience went forward and has been granted. The uruggists only to I fuuoJ than mto. know that somebody told them it would be ted with his conduct and he believed always (maintained that they should be shook hands with the speaker. Lat mt lotUt on your trying lay Prtitrrts and that President Cleveland's administration kept within thejwalls of the penitentiary. Written from memory, aided by a few better for them to obtain license and that Jans. Tby uoiqualtoboms-Bide- . be the most popular in the country's The legislature, with the increase of the long-hanIs all they know about it. would notes, the above is neceesarially Jour-- . csllonftdar Ckarai it ittf later history. The State of Kentucky had negro criminals should have years ago pro a very imperfect report of the Senator's 'Mr. John L, Zimmerman and family low prtcM. been under democratic rule for 20 years vided additional! accommodations. There speech, which was a really excellent one. have removed to Louityille. John has a Coal Taisa tod Ritasli at tost and there waa no blot upon its record, no arc sow 1,200 convict ia the State and on dignified, sensible and pointed. Hia strong-e- place) in the publishing house of John P. of venality or corruption in its con-du- ly room in the walla for 600. He waa opopponent could have found no fault Morton suo. Mrs. JUCAlUter and Miss tharfe T.R.WALTOK. of affairs. He was proud of his par posed to coavlct labor coming in competiwith his gentlemanly handling of his com Mama McAitster have returned from an UuklUrdln.UW ty and no sounder democrat breathed than tion with free labor outside the penitentia petitors, while his friends were more than absence of several months in California. . if Ike Hope, of Laurel, if in town. ke. If he waa not he would not offer or ry and' to work them along with free labor pleased to see him set at rest in ,so man the nomination for the highest office that was degrading to iL He therefore offered and able a manner the silly charges that Messrs. Harry Moore and James W. Guest, that party could bestow. He had been a bill to permit the iceseea to throw up haye been invented to injure him. He evi- Jr., who began their studies in the office of charged with voting for republicans. Hav- their contracts, return the conviek to dently made a very fine impression and Dr. McMurtry, and who have been attending medical lectures in Nw York, returning no concealments to make and believing Frankfoft"ind ot"tfea Bute work them for added to his list of supporters. ed home Saturday. Mr. El B. Itowland, of that any other democrat would haye acted the time inj.'opeafag up mountain rail Did anybody eyer? We don't want to Chicago, is here visiting his father' family. aa he under similar circumstances, he ad- roads for the transportation of their great had voted resources. He was for an immediate in- resurrect that old chestnut, "Hardly ever,'' Mr. Charles E.Barnes, of Cincinnati, a leadmitted that on two occasions he but we do want to state on the authority of ing Odd Fellow and Knight of Pythias, was for republicans. The first time waa for crease of prison capacity, but thought it ihe Louisville Commercial that that pink of in town the latter part of tho week and vis P. P. Billard, a man who had done him a cheaper and best to use the money for the prohibition propriety, Judge Fox, nominee great personal favor. As a matter of grat- enlargement of the present institution as ited the lodges of the two orders. Miss Anbill of $6 25 for four consent and approv- it would save the cost of another set of for governor, made a na Vaughrn, of Lancaster, is visiting Miss itude and with the full bottles of "Bille of Nelson" whisky less Annie Wardroper. Dr. E J. Niokerson, al of Judge Turner, who was in no danger officers and an annual amount of $25,000. than two years ago and that it remains unformerly of this place, now engaged In the of defeat, he had complimented a Finding himself in the minority in this he paid to this day. Duns have had no effect general practice of medicico at Springfield, friend. This occurred 15 years ago and finally voted for'the appropriation for the and it is told that a warrant will issue this all who knew his reasons commended his completion of the Eddyyille prison and Is In town. ilr. William n. fields, Jr., week against the judge. It is hard to befor many years a merchant here, has bought actions. In a race for county judge he d believes that every exertion should be made lieve this of the good apostle and in the an for Burnam, a republican, over Judge for tho earliest possible occupation of it. a farm on the Newtown road, near Lsxing-to- n, forced to exclaim, satisfactory to himself He had been (charged with working con guish of our heart we are Miller for reasons and will shortly move there with his "There Is no teetotler, no not one." and those who know the facts. Miller was victs on his farm,', which was a willful misfamily. not the democratic nominee after the usual representation as the law, even if he de2H2 FOUHIH AVEXUE, It will startle our friends the prohibi OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT, form, although he was recognized as the sired it, does not permit them to work on tionists to learn that there were last week Lancaster. candidate of hia party. This is the sum farms. The only ground for the charge 146 distilleries in operation in Kentucky, Tbe Indian show being in town, no and eubslauce of his offending and until ho may be found in tbie: Four years ago with a daily capacity of 09,117 gallons. offered for governor his democracy had when the contractors finished the work, on The number, however, was reduced two one from this place went to Cincinnati to never been questioned, is not now where be the K. C. extension,tthey found themselves during the week; one at Uniontown, where bear Patti sing. A spark from the flue Ignited tbe roof is Lest known and would not be anywhere near Christmas, in the coldest of weather, $35,000 worth of the vile stuff went up in S.-FI- NE GOODS save that be is in eomebody's way of per- with the convicts on their hands and no flame and smoke, and the other at Coving- ofMr.H.A. B. Marksbury's kitchen Friday morning and in a few minutes the sonal tnd political advancement. For 35 where to take them, They importuned ton, the Darham distillery, where 2,000 whole roof was in a light bins. An alarm years he hsd been an active democrat, tak- bim for the use of a large brick house on barrels were likewise destroyed. JOE F. WATERS. was sounded, but beforo the arrival of the JOHN 1 DAVIB. ing a hand both in the nomination of its his place and in sheer pity for the suffering The editor of the Louisville Commercial, engine the fire ai extinguished without candidates and always voting and contrib- creatures he gave hia permission. While Dan E. O'Sallivan, wrote to prominent having done much damage, uting of his means for their election. Of tbey were there the contractors offered, as a men in every county in the State asking Mr. Will Harris has gone to Jellico to the high entimate in which he is held at partial remuneration for the use of his how their respective counties would In- take a position as night operator in the home as n man and a democrat be present- houses and fuel, to dig a pond or two, which struct for governor and yesterday he gives Western Union office. Miss May Fergued and read the endorsement of a mass they did and perhaps some other similar Doolor In Harris 244 votes; son Covington, is vising Miss Sallle Anderthe result as follows: convention held at Richmond, recommend- jobs. But eo soon as they could move, he buckner 148; Berry CO; Hines 57; Holt 44 son. Miss Jennie Salter, of Danville, was ing him for the office he Eceks in the high- insisted that they should do eo. The very e, and 94 doubtful. visiting Miss Lula Chaires last week. Mr. sight of the miserable creatures was disest terms. Edward M;ad, of Louisyille, spjnt Sunday NOTES OF CURRENT EkENTS. In defending his own political honor he tasteful to him and he could not bear to in town. hart tocarry the war into have them around. "This being the true regretted that he ----The L. & N, took in a whole carload Senator John D. Harris ipnke to a fair Africa, bnt his friends had seen fit to as statement, can any man accuse of strawberries to Cincinnati from Florida, audience at the Court-housSaturday evensail him anJ he would review the record of me of working or desiring even to work Mr. Carlisle says ho told the president ing. He made an excellent impression and A Big Stock of Brand New Goods find "quick sales and small profits" u Geu. Buckner, using only the evidence that convicts on my farm7 Were the State to that be could under no circumstances ac- it is safe to Bay that old Garrard will inhe himself produces and in doing so he did make me a present of the services of CO uui rnuuu, mo iiauonge oi prompt paying customers, only, is cept the position of Secretary of the Treas- struct for him for Governor, The Senator Yery respectfully solicited. not desire to detract one'Jpirticle from his for the balance of my life I should spurn ury. is a good, sensible speaker and if elected The standing as a soldier and as a gentleman. the offer," attention of the laaies especially Is called to our large line of beautiful A runaway horeo at Lebanon dashed Kentucky can congallant He had been charged with opposing the into a private residence and demolished the Governor, the people of He reipected him as .a high-toneGlassware. soldier, but at the same revenue bill, which waa also far from the furniture, tho organ, and other household gratulate themselves that they will have a and chivalrous business man at tbe helm. time he mustjbj allowed to compaio his truth. Kentucky needed some Buch a bill goods. The four prisoners confined in the fire destroyed the At Bock Hill, S. C , record as a democrat with his own. The to bring to light the millions of property ' the general had that were escaping taxation, la the main the postoffice, a hotel, Beveral banks and a num- county tail, James line, James Bryant, origin il charge .was that ber of business houses, entailing a loss of James Henteley and Tom Prater made an voted but four times since the war; the af bill is a gool one, but there are objectionaattempt to escape Sunday night which fiHavit of the clerkof Hart county shows ble features, such as taxing a man for what $140,000. 1865 to he owes and keeping up the high rate of Eastman, a young bride of came near being successful. When Jailer Mrs. O. A. that he voted fire times. From lock them up in 1882, a period of17 years, he only voted taxation with an increase of $100,000,000 of splendid family, residing on Walnut Hills, Rothwell went down to their cells for the night he found that with cues. A. portion of this time he says He aisessible property. The State only owes Cincinnati, took an overdose of chloroform the aid of Haws, which they had obtained was disfranchised, but the remaindor of it $500,000, but this can not be paid for 20 by mistake and died. Joseph Boy, of Merrillon, Wis , has in some manner, they had cut a hnle in for. In the last few years, years and tho times are too hard to force is uniccountei the window at the rear of. the jail lare when he began to think of becoming a money from the people to lay in idle eur been appointed Chief Clerk in tho Postoffi enough to admit the passage of a man's candidate he had voted oltener, but there plus in the treasury. The farmers espec- ce Department at Washington, in place of BIBIBIBflMBJSBPnSVBw9'nBfiCn'zv two of tho pris"!! is no ncord to show that he voted for Proc- ially were in no condition to pay large tax Mr, Nash, made Superintendent of the body. Through this hole oners had already gone and were confined aaaSMSBBBiBiM-- J who'defeated him for the nomi es, as he knew from experience that with Railway Service. ter Knott, By tho breaking of ice gorges in the in tbe wire cage on the outside; a third nation and judging by that, no assurance the fall of values, it was about all they that he will yote next time should he fail could do to come out even at the end of a upper Missouri the river spread over the wss just in the act of joining tbe first two to receive the nomination. No matter who year's work. He had been charged with a country for six miles, resulting in great de- and was being assisted by tbe fourth msn, is nominate) the'Benator pledged his hear- failure to remedy the objections to the bill struction to property and some loss of life who intended to follow. The appearance of Jailer Rothwell on the eceno of action Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVEE, and also has an improvement tha ty support in every manner that he could while iu the Senate, when the facts of the at Bismark and Manden, Dak. " ' d to make it much more popular than it has ever been of Buffalo, was put a stop to the proceedings and with tho is dostine case are, he was eo ill at the time of the contribute to it. The Richmond Hotel, Don't buy a pump until you see the BUCKET ELEVATOR, and'forout. who chanc The charge had been made that be had djscuesion and passage of the bill that his destroyed by fire and some 12 persons per- assistance of some young men, ting boxes buy the SKOIION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST insulted the Confederate soldiers in a cer- life was dispaired of. ished in the flames. A large number leap- ed to be passing, the prisoners were taken back and confined to their cells. Thev RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, do. Tbe Senator then dwelt with much force ed from the building and were dangerously tain speech. Nothing was further from the lino of Hardwaro Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Pluejkil. a hard lot of criminals. One is charg truth, Birn in 'the ".South, raised in the and earnestness upon the greatness of the Injured. Other property was destroyed are with rape, one with malicious shoot inA1&ca BCncrnl ed South, educated in the South and finding State in its wealth of mineralu and the fact with the hotel, making a total loss of $400,- - ing, one with horse stealiog and one with W. B. MeKINNEY. AUUUUT NKIUINOEK. f Stileicen. kukluxing. a Southern market for bid producw, his that Kentackians were too ant to think 000. Sjt-Mtffilsntcriori)unra! iSlWALL PAPER WALL PAPER, AT SENATOR HARRIS. WALL PAPER, M'KOBERTS& STAGG'S OBSERVE T. R, WALTON. i tlr.j e. d 8.T-n- at el 1 life-lon- vo-te- WALSH, THE TAILOK, P. EXCLUSIVELY. ImOVISVIImImE, ky: WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. MAIN STREET, fair-mind- STANFORD, KY. e OLIVER PLOWS! W. II. HIGGINS .f,,-- -. ijVfl II1LI. ' -- ema&a tfflfSKsa rSIP nwmmrm Twenty Hlmre of Biyle Nttional Bnk Block boU yesterday nt Dtnvillt) nt from $180 10 to $187.40. Stanford, B. O. KyM H Two at a Shot. -- Mr. A. M. Feland tells us that a fox was seen on the old yard ne.r his residence the other day and getting his gun ho went thither. Sjon he saw one with asmsthtng in its mouth and barging away ho brought her down and Upon examination it was seen tlia', the young one she carried was also shot. Both died in a short time and he went to the placo where sbe came from and found four young onoi which he now has and will tame. A Catholic church U to be built at Somerset. The Oalo legislature increased tho pay of liar governors from $1,000 to $8,000. Three moonshiners Hawed through tbo bars of tbe Louisvillejail and made their escape. of Charity in Ametici, TO USE Tho Smoke Ball la to give It jour unqualified endowment: In a very short time Immediate relief and a permanent cuie is guaranteed, taware of Imitations. jr - March 22, 1887 ty ALTON. I. A ft, - Dufllnoes Manftgor. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mali ,. 2 10 r, at. trelu going North is r. at. Booth .....,..... ...... 1 II AIM ftipma train" South Norn.,Mn.MM ... 2 12 A X i It calculated on standard time, 8olt Th ..ii The vice president, Mrs. 8. F. II. Tarrant, asks us ngain call attention to the Eluctttional meeting of the 8.h Diitrict Stale Teichern' Association at Dinvilte next Saturday, '2'.h, There will be three aenslonn during the day at 10, 1 aud 7 o'clock and many noted oJucators have promired to bo present. The examining trial ma U about 20 minute t fester K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Rowland at 5 and 7:13 a. u. Returning, atrlve at 6 and 8:55 r. M. tOOU NOTICES. of Wallace Carpen OEATHS. ter for the midnight murder of his own faJohn Ingram, n wealthy and highly re ther, Adam Carpenter, which was set for Friday, drew n large, crowd of spectators, spected citizen of Monticello, is dead. Joshua Wesley, of Middleburg, died but their curiosity or interest was not to be last week after several weeks' illness. gratifisJ for Mr. Alcorn, after stating that Mrs. R.(B. Lovell, mother of Mrs. J. to go Into an examining trial with so many persons present was unnecessarily t) dis- 8. 81ms, died last week at her home in Mother Eiphemis, head of the sisters died at Emmetts. burg, Md. John Lav's house in Pulaski burned And in attempting to Bive seme tbir.es from it was himself serioosly burned. 1EW ADVhHTlHEMERTH. f BALL CoitHiimtittoii Ctireil. 53 CAItnOLIC SMOKE BALL, CO.-Ok- .nis: For four years I have auffered with Consumption, the rcault of catarrh, causing hemorrhages ollungs and cough, which never leit mo day or night. I waa waited away by disease. I commenced using your Carbolic Smoke Ball in tho latter put of 1S)J My cough hulcltme;my sleep liswaot aal uibrokaa. I bare gained twenty pounds weight, and daily at my work, and I now ItlleTe that there Is a cure for consumption and that cureii embolic tnioke Ball. OEOtlOED.CARPENTEK, 118 COPWMTKTrBB 6 North 4th St., St Louli. Sworn toaod tubicrlbcd before me thii 9th day it. of Februa- ry, 1187. J. DEU.M, Lahdhkth's Garden Seed it Penny A McAlleter's. linn of flirting tvikle of all kinds A tt Penny A MoAllitci .. g Ask your nrocr for the Cinoinnati (a).' rnckem and cakes. W ATCitEH and Jewelry repaired on ahor notice and warranted by Penny A McAlis toll Ba-kin- " llUNTKKA, Attention. ridgPH, all aiasa of shot, nt r. Penny Ijaded Cart. A A coMPi.nrr. stock of jewolry, latent ityle. llockford walchwi a specialty. Pen. ay A McAHMfr. 'personal. Ueohor Stone. here Halurilay. attending court here. Mitw Maiiy Hall, of vlaitliiK Mies Tillie Hall. K., of Somerset, was la ia -- Nit. J. J. William?, of Louisville, Monticello, Maj Theodore Kino ha, returned from a visit to Frankfort. ia experiencing MiMi Annie of a full developed case of the rapture Ai-corn KtUUlP. Miw TiiUXHEAHT, of Mlllers-kur- g, came over to attend the funeral of R. C qualify every matt in the county from serving on the jury that would finally try the cue and put one of the vicinage out of tbe queitlon, claimed for his client the rljht to waive an examination anl have the cue sent on to the grand jury. To this Mr. Warren, for the proaectitiou, that he wanted the evidence gotten in tangible form for future me Borne of the witnecs miuht die, others leave and the commonwealth would suffer thereby. JudeBiullsy contended that a a prlraner had a right to waive An extiuin-io- g trial was simply to ascertain if there were reasonable grounds for holding an accused and he would admit that there were reasonable grounds in this case. Judge Varnoti decided that thu prisouer had n right to waive and held the c."0 to the grand jury without bail. Tho eflect of the crowd was plainly visible on tLo Hccued. He was very nervous and his face took on n pi lid hue, which showed that he main-tatte- d a putia! composure only by a great eQort. The evidences of his crime continue to accumulate until but one sentiment ts expressed that of his certain guilt. 815am L 10 40 p m ...,.... ... 8 00 p m w,at frozen or chilled to death, about one and W. M. Citron left Monday night mile eouth of Stanford on bank near a 2 35 a m ....m.m.m ... ....... MY FINE JACK, McKI.I.OY, mhwJ..... ....M.MM... 12 55 a m ...Mmm... ..........Meridiao........MM .. for Hot Springs. The former it (.offering creek where hUbody was found. .., 73)pm ... 7 30am . .....VIckiburK on tha tarn condition! aa a born. Ho haa HhraTeport. At StfO am m.mm.mmm I........... with catarrh and the two latter with rhf M......M. 6 45 p m m.......... Ten yeara ago Mr. Pendleton stood 7 10 p m ... I. .......... 7 50am .... ...T.P Junction ....m proTtn himself to be a superior breedtr, haTiogi .....!... high in this community, both u a merchant proa ueea some oi in muira in mia ana Ko. 9 learea Oakdals daily except Sunday, at 3.41) .. v., Arriving at Chattaui at 9.15. No. 6 counties and la alto a good Jennet Jack. J. W. Hayuen haa gone to Medicine and t. christian gentleman, as nearly any leaves Chattanooga at 3.00 p. at., arriving at Oiklale at 6.40 r. at. He la Wi hands hlgb.jMailr black, with mealy pulnta and general make up lit c'ass. Lodge, KaocM, to wUd up fats bullae Mann Boudoir Buftet Slesplng Cart on all through trains. body, but luccumblhg to an laeatiite and Jf. . 10 WELL, there. By the way, tt it reported that that Uncontrollable thirst, be lost hit property IT. rOLLBRAN, Gen'l Frt. A Pais. Agt JOHN C GAULT, Oen'l Mansjer, 3J4 miles from HDitonilll, on the Huatonrllla R. CARROLL, Uea'l SupL. R. X. RYAN, is-t- . Gen'l Frt. A Paal. Agent. gentleman haa just cleared a cool $10,000 and finally hla tstnd. He had been guard A Liberty Turnpike roai,Lincom county, Ky. W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky, by a weatern real eatate tranaaclloo. friMcM, out managed to get away d by hi General Offlees. 81. Paul Building, Wt Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Oblo. Mu. Charub W. Kbukb, the New Saturday evening and was seen by Alex Albany muelc dealer, who married Miaa Martin and olhers wandering aimlessly BUsa Ilarrla, of thli place, haa Juit com-poa- td about mile or two from town. It Is supfiaf Stallion faalded li lkSI, 16 hands high, la HELIOIOUS. a very creditable p'teco of muaic him posed that bis hat fell into the creek and by Mnaenger Chief, lit dam by Vermont, jr., i dam by Imp. Bey than, 8 dam by Bonner's Gray elf and haa favored oa with a copy. in trying to reach it he slipped into the Rev. B. A. Dawes has accepted a c all Eagle, 4 dam by Ooitotl'a Ttlrgrapb. ill aire Messenger Cnler, J In 2 30 Hat, by AbMil J. I. MCKINNET, railroad agent at water and being unable to recover himself to the church at Salvias, Mercer county. dallah I'ilot, dam by Mambrlno Messenger, 2 dam Madleonville, haa been tranaferred to Mt. lay and .chilled to death. His clothes were 3 dam by Imp. Napoleon; Rev. 8. F. Wishard, the Sunday by Mambrlno Chief,Meawngsr Chief tired Maud4 Vernon, III. Mm McKinney waa former- wet, but hla feet alone were in the water School Evangelist, will preach at Bright' dam by Tempest Marvel 2.28; Qui 2,23 aud many y waenccr 2.16'i; others deatlnrd to win fame on tbe turf. ly from Richmond. Ilia wife ia well known and there was no evidence of any s'ruggte at 7:15 Sunday evening. Abdallah I'ilot, by Alcandii'a Abdallab; dam to Cvuritr Journal reader through her po- whatever, or marks of violence. An enemy Rlandina, Rey. Prcy G. Eleom wilt preach at llnd'a dam,by Mambrlno Chief; second dam (Itoaa 2.2IK,) by Parker's rtmwn Plht. AbC. J. only to himself, he was well thought of by etic contribution, algned Katydid. the Junction at 3 r. u. Sunday next. These dallah Pilot aired Plckard 2.1SK; Ited Jim 3 yrar-ol- d Q Djiye left with ua everybody, as he was always kind nndoblig- reco'd 2.28; Mesaroger Chief aired Maud Mea Mr. Stenien meetings are full of interest. He wilt also Krer2.1G;. Alxlallah by IlysJyk's yesterday a copy of the Ljulivllle Couticr, ing and ready to do a favor. A cubcrip-tloAleiandi-r'Baptist deliver a temperance sermon at tho Catle Darling. Alexander's Abdalbearing date of Auguat 3, 1S01, and con. was started to defray his burial ex church the same night, to which all tem lah itrl Ooldanilth Maid 2.14, Kosallnd 2.21; Thortdale 2.22; Major Ediall 2.29; at. Elmore talnlng the great apeech of Hon. J, C. penses and in a few minute) over $00 were perance workers nnd others are cordially 2.80. Ue alio sired Almont, Belmont, Belsorn, Breckinridge on Executive Usurpation, the subscribed. The remains were buried yes invited. Hnelby Chief, together with tbe dami of Jerome Eddy 2.icy,; Katie Middlcton 2 23, Bill Thundir constitution of the Confederate Stales and terdhy afternoon in Buflilo Spring Ceme2.2JH,etc. LAUD. STOCK AND CROP n Messenger Chief, Jr., will make tbe present tery . other interesting documenlf. mllea from UuatonTllleon tbe at my place A No. 1 milk cow and young calf fof BridfordiTllleplke.st Tue following wllneM In the Carter 0;30 yesterday CutcoiT Court. At murder care were here yeaterday, but the Judge Thomas 'A, Morrow convened the sale. B K. Wearen. We have S good work mules for rale 810 TO INSURE A LiyiNQ COLT cue bfirg continued till next Thuraday spring term of bis court and immediately Money duo when colt is foaled or mare part(t It they returned home till then: Mian Kale proceeded lo the biuinecs of selecting and J. 1 and B. G. Gover, Stanford. with. Maiei will be pastured at 12 per tuootr, 8 mules and 10 milk cows. but I will nst lo reipooalble for accidents. Moore, Mr. Lovell, A. J. Fish, II. C. GenFon Sale. instructing the grand jury. Several of try, V. T. Tarlor, Frank Bryant, Tom and 8. E. Cvsley, Bright, Ky. II Jl AX, J. K. II AUG Huitonrllle, thote stimmonrd wero excused for raiife, W. W. Proctor, John Proctor, Joh Boreing, Jamea A pair of 16 hands, work mules for their places filled bv bystauders and My Stallion, Houk, M C. Miller, Br, II. O. Sutton, saIo. C. C. Withers, Gilbert's Creek. 2t. the list was finally made up as follows: Capt Jack Adsma, W. H. Brown, "Will Fon Sale. A splendid milk cow and E I). Beazley.N. W. Bampion, J. K. &c. R. E. Will make the lr. eut wsson at JI SMITH Terms reasonable. Baker and George Baker, of Mt. Vernon, Moun, James Robinson, John M. White, a ycrung calf. beL'GIiMAX'S,2talUttnm Stanford, on tbe Louisville. HA and Dr. A. O. Lofell.of Homer et pike at atl J. 8. Rjynolds, II. E Marcuni, W. T. Barrow, Stanford. to to insure a Itl-ln1. 8 Tcvis sold F. M Yowell four cotf, tame conditions asabore. Ue la a fino com Smith, R. B. Ward, A. O. Carman, Stephen LOCAL MATTERS. blncd borte. 1G bnmli high, of good atylo and acweanling mule? at $70; lo Wo,. Catron four tion and bat proren himself a iilmdld bre'de-- . as Blankenship, Adatn M. Pnce, J. II. J. K. It A VG 11 31 AX, to Will Kenney 100 N. Y.Seed Potatoes at Metcalf A FoeUnatonTlllJe, Ky. good Wo T. Mack Holmes, David Pepples, Wm. cotton mules at $70; as ewes and lambs at $1 25, and to Peter Sil ter'i, Daugherty. as bert, of Illinois, a four year old jack, for MESSENGER BREEZE ! Gome Ir you want hlngle do not fall to "get Then followed a very comprehensive and $ 000 -- T Advocate. see excellent charge, after which the petit ju1 our prlcea. Metcalf A Foaler. Robert McAlieter's Meaaenjer Breezi ries were chosen aa follows: to ba Dofis have killed nearly every aheap out Full brother to Maud Mtasenger 2.16)4, by MesYow was declared by n number of iudjes II. 8. Withers, Ja. Beiztey, Chief, lire ol Mand Mtasenger. dam by J. lt.GREEN.Agt., nuMteiiTllIe, Ky. finest trotting horse that was shown at senger Breeio. tlrooi Pearl 2.30, 2nd lat Kitty of Mr. H 8. Withers. of the fbek dsm (lentlo T. J. Foster, George T. Fair, T. J. Cur-tl- the ell, jld record Bandidge's Rivets, tbo dam ol Bertie Girl, Lewis Dudderar, William Gcoch, A. Danville yesterday. Charles T. record l.il, 3rd dam by of3 minutes, N. Y. Early Rose, Peerless. Burbank Second Jewell was in fins shape and won Red Jacket, tire of the dam of Kentucky Wllkoa. Dad-deraPotatoes at T. R. Wal-ton'- B. McKinney, William Murphy, Sam Pilot; dam by Messenger Chief, and Hebron Irish stallion, He knocked Mambrlno Messenger;by Abdallah Mambrlno Cblel; 2d dam by A. D. Root, T J. RjbhiBOu, E 1 Car- the favors as a saddle -county saddlers. 3d dam by Imp. Napoleon; 4th dam by Tcmpeat. Logan Murphy, Jntnes J. McKinney, the socks off of tho Boyle Messenger Chief sired Maud Mesaenger 2.1C,; Landrkth's garden seed in bulk and ter, The new hcrsa advertisements in this Marvel J.; uuuva, anu many otnera tiemiuw J. T. Rofo, B. F. Hayden, George Vaughan, turf. papers, freh and genuine, at McKoberls Messenger to win fame on tbeby Alexander's McAlister's Abdallah Pilot, Abdallah; dam D. A. Biugh, Alex C. Itobinson, J M. issue are Robert itSlagK's. 2nd Breeie, E 8 Powell's Ericsion, Jr., J. K. Rlandina, by Mambrlno Chief; Browndam Reld. Pilot. Abdam, 2.21(), by Parker's DxlLxastWThe jurors being obtained the docket was Bauebman's Messenger Chief, Jr , and Joe dallah Pilot liretl Plckard, 2.ISX; Red Jim, Mn W.8. Hilton, of Junction City' old record 2 23; Messenger Chief sired Maud Welch, Mcwrnger J.ICJ4 Drugs, Books, Stationery and says the Advocate Is mistaken. He only called, many returns of "not found" were Abdallah and G. R. Eogleman'a Alexander'! Abdallah, by Ryidjk't Uambleto also drew $5 in the Louisiana Littery, not $15,. made and such cases, of course, were con- all finely pedigreed. Mr. Powell jr4 watch. iaaaaz: nlan;dara Katlo Darltcg. Alexander'a Abdallah pui rctiiuy ni uuias. aired (ioldimith Maid 2.14; Roaallnd 2 21; Thorn-dal- e 000. tinued, An indictment against Evan stands a jack aud so does Mr. Engleman. 2 2J'; Major Edaall, 2.79; St. Elmore 2 30. Some 300 ecrub He alio aired Almont, Belmont, Baltora, Shelby Fhvilclant' prescriptions accurately compounded. It waa whispered on the street In Danville Compton, for embezzlement, was filed with cattleDanville Coaivr. Alto on the market yeateaday, about half Chief, together with the dami of Jerome Eddy leave; Stark Fish's bond was declared forthe nomyesterday that should Qrubujget Mlddloton 2.23, Bill Thunder 2.25a 2.I6H; ranged from 3 to 4 etc. Kle disposed of. Prices ' ination the republicans would put up Capt. feited in the case againH him (or carrying of Sherman Red concealed weapons, as was Nets Striuger's, cents. Bidding slow. A goo! number of dam byJacket, br Ciiict,aon Morgan. Red Morgan, a son of Sherman David Murphy for the legislature. Jacket trotting ac- Tbe Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, horses were sold at from $40 to $35. Aged waiaTery finished borae of on eame charge. Kentucky tion. Ilia daughters goods constantly arriving and beabundance and sold from 2.21, alto tbe dam of producedWllkoa, aire Wilaes, New Tho visiting lawyers yesterday were mulea were in Red of Phli Jewelry and Silverware fore the end of tho week my stock will be Messrs. William Herndon, M. 11. Owsley, $100 to $H0. Crowd good considering the Thompson, 2.10, alio tho dam or Bo So 2.17v Poarl2.3Q, also sire 01 the Geuile Bin tt, aire of he'arae ever In this bought to this market Prices Lowor than complete. The finest dam of MuudMeakeuger 2HCK, by Whirl Wind, Ever Lowest, W. O. Brdley and II C. Kiuflaiau, Liu-cast- er; 'disagreeable day. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Rethe Lady Mac Pennsylvania parties bought on Wed- record 2 30' j, sire of Barkis record 2.25 paired on short notice and Warranted. section is on the way and is expected daily. Judge J. 8. Van Winklo, Dauville; record !t 23. Breedera will Come and see me. Mack Huffman. W. O. Hansford and F. F. J5 jbbitt, Crab nesday from Col. I. Shelby Irvine 18 year a double cross of obierre that Messenger Breexa has Ald.illab, a double cross of Mamling mules at $80 per head. From Sam brlno Chief and through Red Jacket a double cross The trial of the brutes who murdered Orchard, and J. B. Fish, Pinevllle. Morgan, and some of Messenger Joe Cain's was tho first jury case, He Fov a pair of mules at $200, Urccxo Is a beautiful red bay, 16 hands and cremated the Poe family near Barbour- Million A Fox high, muscular and strong, Two was charged with shooting at Oo Smith yearlings at $S0 per head. of a apiedy conformation and there does not exlat villa was eot for trial there yesterday. haye sold to Col. John T. Hughes, of on Kentucky toll a finer iprclnien of the MERCHANT TA1XOU, women, the ringleader, Worram, and Mrs. with intent to kill and did kill hi horee. and coming as he docs tho Teavine gelding of Mr. John B. trotting bred bonebis tire, biidamand his from a grand-awas a fino of $30. The two reducing family, Mills, find three men aro under indictment The verdict CjI. Irvine sold a 4 S all being producers of ipeed, ho It Juat the cises against Cicero Singleton, for carrying Chenault for $375. -- I have received and itlll receiving ainaoiancrse to maica a tailing imprtiiion on for the foul crime. man for $1,000; 11 rroneny. concealed weapons, were let for the 1th day year old jack to a Maud Messenger, hli full .later, woo Jmoro monto Talbott, of Woodford, for ey lu 1881 than anyhorreon tho American turf. Tub Rtcordinc Secretary hands us this and that of L. B. Carter, for murder, for a 3 year-ol16 a man from Utah The terilce fee will be for publication: The W. C. T. U., organ- next Thursday, at 1 o'clock, and at 4 the $900 aud a 5 year-olJacob 8. Collins has 30 TO INSURE A MAKE IN FOAL. about a month ago, is In Court adjourned. Territory for $1,000. Comprising the beat In the market, which will be ized by Mrs. Nield Leon'Duvall, of Richa flourlehlog condition. Many namos have The Court house was filled with people traded seven jacks to Stylo and Make Second to Mono in City or Country Money due when tha fact ti ascertained, or mare Gotton Up in mond, Mo., for one jack. The Misiouri parted with or bred to another hone. Will make all day yesterday. been added to tho Hat 'since the organizaAn indictment for murder was found jack has arrived, is a wonderfully fine one the teaion ol 1887 on tbe larm or working Give Ho a Trial. tion. With the best praying and UOIIEltTJIci USTKll, Richmond Regis. community we hope to do againt Wallace Carpenter yeuerday for the and valued at -- .uw wnmna in the About 1 mile from Stanford, killing of his father, ter. much good. .j 6 Found Dead. At U. Pendleton was Miff llelle Bourne. Kishle ia here, wearing a found dead lying on the banks of thi creek Ouitown aummcr hat and atMrtiDc that the aprlng-tlmeh- as which croMes tbe Somerset pike near the toll-gaSunday. Squire Portman, acting come in Bell county. to be trying to as coroner, had the following Jury summon JttiKtB Morrow eerm disguise himself with a mouatache, but ed: T. W. Miller, 8. P. Btagg. Kobtrt Bur nett, J. A. Carpenter, J. B, MerBhon and moat of his frlenda recognlae him, Miw. Viroinu King haa bought of 8. E B. Caldwell, and held an Inquest, when Yillaflinu. part of hU property on Broad, after tbe examination of wilntMtei tbe fol way, in thia city, for $5,500, equal to cub. lowing verdict was returned: Wetheiury find that A. Q. Pendleton Danville Advocate. II. PftToa, W. T. Baugh-tt- n came to his death by Irxlog his mind and te Mei u Maysville. Another bud has been transplanted to blossom in immortality; another household has been robbed of Its dearest treasure. Dssth stalking abroad in tbe land ts no respecter of persons and the young and the fair are as often his victims as otherwise. Belle Bourne is the last to succumb to his icy touch, but the nnntr was robbed of his victory, for her young heart bad been given to her God and she was ready and willing to meet Him in glory. Though ill for hp7cm1 months of that fell disease, consumption, nnd her parents knew that death was Inevitable, yet they were unprepared for the shock so oon The day before her death she was apparently feeling much better, but Friday night she grew suddenly worse and after a night of careful and anxious watching by hor friends, she fell calmly, peacefully and painlessly asleep in Jesus. A fuw minute-- bafore she asked Dr. Bronaugh, her physician, what lime it was. Being told that It was 5 minutcj to 5, sbe said, "I am going to mairy at 5 o'clock." And as the town clock tolled that hour, her ipirit took its lligbt Those were her last words and she died sitting in a chair. She was tho third member of the Presbyterian church to die within a week, following little Lettle McKinney, with whom eho pro fessed religion, just five days. The first born and only daughter of Dr. and Mrs, M, L. Bourne, she was their pride and joy, and the weight of woe which now presses upon them would b Indeed hard to bear, but for tbe bright consolation that their darling is forever free from suffering and pain, and happy in her home with the angels. As she lay in her robes of spotless white, with her lovely face bsaUtlful eun in death, her friends were reminded of her last words and felt of a truth that ahe was indeed the bride of the Lamb. A touching discourse was delivered at the residence Sunday afternoon by ftiv. A. 8. Moffett and then all that was earthly of the dear, young girl was consigned to the tomb in the presence of a large awembly, including the McEIroy Gleaners, of which ahe was a member, in a body and wearing their insignia. ) My fine lUlllon, Wtlcb, will make tbe season of 18S7 at my plare, known ai the John Lloyd Thurinin farm, lmllcn from Shelby City, and between the Stanford A Danville and Danville A WELCH. llusioavllle Turnpike at 1 JlV ) .A iL Notary Public, City ot St. Louis. Mo. Ctitarrh, Haul riiid 'throat. LooisviLLX, Feb. 24, 1887. CARBOL1C8MOEE BALLCO.-Okntleu- en: I hare beca usfng the Carbolic Smoke Ball and Debellator for about two montha for a catarrhal affection of the head aud throat, and can glre them my unqualified endorsement. I believe they will cure any caso ol catarrh If uiedta directed. G. P.THEOI1ALD. Respectfully, J $10 TO INBURE A LIVING COLT. Money ! ed with. Welch LociiViLLK, Feb. 23, 1887. CARBOLIC SMOKE IltLL CO. Okntlkmkn: I with to add my endorsement to your wonderful remedy Carbolic Smoke Ball. I hare been troubled with catarrh for upward ol lour years. One William Welch, dam nas aired month's usoof the Smoke Hill hat b.n wonderlully etTactlre, aad I am satisfied Its reculr ui- - fr a Gay, by Frank Wolford, sire of Cookoo, rec- ihort time will aire me permanonl relief. JOHN K. UltEEN. Respectfully, Deputy Collector Internal Rut. ord 2:2V, Swxmd dam by Joe Htonor, 3d dam by a Oray Eigle borte. He has sereral colts that are Cltrontc Catarrh. LOUISVILLE, KY., Feb. 7, 18S7. of fine, good ilte and ityle. He breed i largo and CARIOLIC SMOKE BALL CO., Louisvillk: I hare boea atlllcted with Catarrh la my head for Is a mrefoal getter, and li of kind disposition, moro than twenty year;; bare tried various remrclles, but can candidly aay that I baro experience1 A ladr candrlro blm In talety. He was neier more relief from the use of Carbolic Smoke Ball than from all the remedies! hare usel. Such is my bandied a day for ipoed but abotri ood trotting confidence In the clEcJcy of thia roino-t- r that I keepa Bill for my family, an.l anilter in my railM x lor use when I am away from home. Those who use the Ball acordlnn to directions will not hn will-luaction. A. C. CAPEHTON. to do without It. Complot Trontmont, $3. (Smoko Ball, 82; Decollator. $1.) At the same place and on the tains tcrtni I will alio stand my Jack, WILLIAM LYLE, at rVXXY JlaALltiTICn, AurntH, liu. $S. lleis a3.year.old, black,ll bands li'gli and JONE3 A FULBER, Agonta, Crab Orchard Ky. 7salred by Lyle'a Imported Jack, and out of a good Jennet. Catarrh Four I'earm, j htattoril, GKOllGE Ml. KSGLE3IAS. ERICSSON, JA.v Tibr Krlcsson C In 2:30 Hit,) by Membrlno Chief, by Mtinbrino I'aymtnter.dim the dam of fJollah, His aona aired 22 and hla daugbtera are the list. dami of 18 In the Erlcton Is half brother to Krlc, record of2.-J8-' at a and told to Robert Iv.nnO at Ilk u.iti .it uwwi uj v.t, . i.wi, o,a u. . ,ut, ..., (I2ln 2:3) Hit) IMlotalred thedamsof Jay Eye Me.'iiu; Aiaudb. xtwjj, nutwood iWA and in iho 2:10 Hit. Membrtno Chief alrnl Ladr Thorn Metnbrlno 2:21$. Mrignoli 2:I8Ki Woodford Flak's Mambrlno Chief 2.29. ay Uenry .VtmbiiQu Btar 2.23 Moabrlno Pilot l.iil. 2,27, norm oiar .;-,-. Krlcaaon. Jr.. ia a solid black. 1C hands hlgb. and weight 1,200 lbs. He ii a hone that recommends himself eren if he had no pedigree. But poaartulng the blood that he doee ihould make him oneoftbR erandeat ttallloni in Kentucky. Ser vice len win be Queep. and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati Now Orloana and Tosas Pacific Railway.) Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. HEAD DOWN. Z No.l. 7 S3 10 02 that age for 110,000. HEAD VV. TRAINS NORTH. No, 7. STATIONS. . 2:'J, Daily Dally. Ex. Sun. TKAINHBOUTH. No. 6. No 3. No. J. Dally. Dally. Dally. am am 1022am 10 43 anl 1108am 1120 am 1133 am .... 1 SO $15 TO INSURE A MARE IX FOAL. 12 80 p m 3 63 p m 6 15pm 5 OS 7 40 J 00 403pm 810pm 7 Si a m L've... loclnnati ...A'rv Georgetown 7 05 pm 10 52 pm 1053 a m 7 3S pm I120p m 1130 am -- ..Nlcholasrllle...... BWpm 1141 p mill 84 am ...12 33 pm Harrodiburg Junction.. 843pm -.- ...DanVllle 12 S3 a m 1247 pm SfiSpm 910 p m 12 f 3 am) 2 42 pm .....Junction city ..... .1 3 25 pin cHiidt Mountain . .... ... 2 27 am 4 20pm .......Somerset ... 9 32 p ra 12 80 a m 7 S3 a m Dally. 641am 509pm 43Gpm7 27am 4 23 am 2 01pm 4 15pm700am 4 05am 135pi 3 53 p m! G27 a m f3S9 a m 104pm -- ... 12 28 p m 325pmtS47am 312pm 5 82 am 2 80 km 1212 p a 642 pm 1023am No. 4, Dally. Ex. Sun. No. 6. No. B. Dally. 302pm3 1 2Aam parting with or mOTlng mire out of the neigh borhood rend era money qua. Will alto itand . a m ... a m ............ p to ............ am 630am730am 825 am, ....,. 5 10pm ........... ..... ....... .........Meridian......... ............. ...New Orleans. ........Birmingham.... .... Eutaw.... ..Oakdale Chattanoa ga........ S3 p m 10 41 a ml.... 12 50 a m 9 11pm '...... - -- . .. 2l5aml'0'pra 1042 am. 825am 10 00 7 10 10 15 40pm 120 am 9 50am p m 6 05 a nt p m ............. a ra 620am ............. .... ... ....., in .... ... ... ....... 1 ...... MESSENGER CHIEF, JR WEAKEN & MENEFEE, n Hamblo-touUu,d- in era-to- JO ABDALLAH, a Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Sash, Our Stock of Ve Blinds, Picket Fencing, more complete than ever hicles is larger and fore, from the cheapest to the best. Par-son- s, represented. Prices U All of work guaranteed can sell you as vehicles suit the times. any dealer or manufacturer and for little money. our fine assortment before it is broken. and I'k. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. s, two-yea- r- s. r, Vmmetj & IFUietes PHARMACISTS, -- (Boea-llnd- 'a (?3ffi) JEWELERS. elt-xi- well-bre- d, well-kni- t, H. G. RITPIaXSir, Lex-iogto- n, m Mi-sou- rl New Goods for Spring and Summer -- k emt-2SccMn- trior $0ro I CALL SCENEHY IN COLORADO. fOR DEMOCRATIC MASS CONtElh TON. The Democratic County Committee decides discussion of the mutter, that the party should nominate soma good man to make the race for representative and therefore calls a Mm ConApril Counvention to beheld at the ty CXurtdsy, 4tb, when the people wilt bava a chance to thoroughly consider the question. In tbfl meatitlmo aspirants for the offlco will plena make It known through the county piper, so tha their claims msy bo passed upon by the ConvenJ. E. LYM.t, Ch'mn., tion. Sec'y. W. P. li:ki'i. cai (len, Kunx, 119, Standard I'uJer ItuleJ. tb sire New designs la Frame an I Mits st very lo AND ol lrlhurHlms. wasbrnl by t)nlsl Heustl. Ilrldg-porreturning were eeizid with something Iln Struck It Itlrh. Oreen'a Oolden Balm, suro cure for Catarrh at Prices. VA He waiby Vermoi.t (JOMy. Vt.,nl wstfoaleilln Hero, 111, 1st dam by liearchrr, son of Harney lleu-rA miner In Lendville, Colo., who can 50c, at MeRobert it-- Btagg's. SOLID thought to be that destructive malady 2nd llunsdrn Mare by Hill' Hlr Charles son of rnou at DB. W. B. PENNY, uuroc. iwcora.-3fpiii)iiEvery precaution should be taken to keep neither read norwiite, is worth iriaiatis jiurs ou last $3,000,000. Four years ogo ho hadn't a 2:31. Loaiiyille, Cincinnati h. Lexington. Kj. DENT18T, tho disease from Treading ehould it prove penny, except what ho earned from day to Knox with records In Among the to Washington Oitj, JContuolcy l.SOor better, get of flen are the followlog: Lady Maud2.l8'4. day as a miner. Ilisnnmo is John L. to be as now feared Con nee II m In the ra dspot with "Wnen Baby waa sick, we gave her Caatorta, Camr2.lli Independents 2 2U1: Ullrxrt Knox Ho Is about 32 years old. Tho Crown 2.2t?4: Kmperor Knoi J27S. KnoiIMi Victor Frank Dixon and Bob Bargin, two Fnst Trains for Now Ynrt Point mine, like Tom Bowcn's Goleondn, was When she wm a Child, she cried for Caatorla, i.a, ivuoi uoy z.zav retcui 2 Harry spunk drunken Pittsburg negroes, indulged in a just about paying expenses. Tb Direct llout to er2J0; Metsenger Knox 2 SO Ills nns, Col Kits Her owners of- When eho became Mlas, ahe clan j to Castor!, worth, Coupou, uximweii. Eclslre, r.atueror Will Lyncbburj, Dsaville, Norfolk and all Vlrglnl little shooting match Friday night, their fered to sell her for f 40,000. Morrissey went iam, tien Knox. Jr, (len. Ughtlout, (lllbreth, Whoa she had Children, ahe gave them CastorU and North Carolina Point. tTniv IssIab Inritfinun ITnAf 14iv f I An suvi rf to Chicago nnd interested Diamond Joo ReyUftr!. s. a uust respective black carctsses being the vuvtu, sv For tickets iwr Phil tjbeildan, tit hlmo, Whlbuoe Knox, nj roup nitiruf Hand further.. Information. nolds in tho matter. ITosV i Reynolds knew that ...i mu ..auure ... Dixon received a pMol h it to v. ' Woodtord Knox have alrnl the follewlne. with u ,,' Morrissey was nn authority on tnlninc, Aareut, Mimcion, Kj. miuciiil",",,uutl,r record oil SOor better; Iron Age J.IWhi Caidlol wound in the right eye, the ball supposed if ho couldn't w rito his name. He flimny even pur2.2Ji,i Frank V ?e4 Ntllle M ChSriM K. 1 27: Kinnr... Wallace J19K, haye passed directly through his bed( chased tho Crown Point, agreeing to give 2d Ice Pieldnt. (Jsn'l tt I..L.I.M.nl. muu. miner ..' uuioBir .4?;, r)i Kitty Morris Louisville. Kv. while Burgin got it in the left breast in tl e Morrissey half Interest after the original sum OfSoe on Lancaster street, next door to lava-ajoi Shadow P. iieaia ill Juno was repaid Within thirty days they struck 2'iS;Hamb'n anox 2 2a, Journal ofSce. Offlco hour from 8 to 12 a Maid J27H: Bjth are not only a vein of tirst class region of the heart. M.and 1 to 6 r. at. Anesthetic administered vbai Cbptfsnd 2 30, mack Ites ISO; Arthur, T. 2.10, oro that has yielded them Millinline Mica, pacer, 2 Hotasty, paoer, 2 22, Ae. 211. living but doing reasonably well, the latter a monthly incomo of $18,000 apiece. Thero I am dally opening an elegant all of Fall oecearv. ery, including at bit accounts being en the lookout for n Is said to be W.OOO.OOO worth of ore In sight. The Latest Novelties of the Season. CITIZENS physician to pitch him up. It is exceed- Detroit Free Press. "illue-ClrHiNATIONAL BANK, ICuufe. ingly fortunate that neither of these gentleAlso Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collar I.lneoln nntt the Londoner. Shortest and Qaiokest Bont from Oan OF LAN CANTKR, KY. and Cuff. Kueblng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You men were hit in the heel. A witty retort sometimes nnswei-- quite as will Bod me at the room lately vacated by Smi This flnestslllor wilt tnske the season of H!T st Kontuckj to all Points North. 3 mile Irom . - . 91.15,000 00 ray farm, Danville pike blaefotd on the StanDr. N. M. Scales, his wife and one or well as a long argument.- - Thero nro some ley A Warren, next iioor to tns Myers iiouse, Eajt. West nnd 8oathweat. ford and KATE VVIHiKUAIt. CAPITAL things not easy to explain, anil no better anfwo of tbetr children haye been very sick. Fsji Line lletwetn swer could have leen mado to tho EnglishMiss Amanda Mason is very ill. W. B, man Tbls Bank solicit account of Individuals, firm AT 815 TO INSUItK A COLT. criticising our social customs than that LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI and corporation. It tacllltte for making colNeal and C. X, Scovilie took in the Bar mado by Mr. Lincoln: DESCRIPTION AND PEDK.RKK Vermont Uamli ttonlan Ir a black horse, foaled In IU7, six lections, In all part of the United Stale, are "You seo, sir, thero is a tremendous differbourville court. H. C. Erersole and W. LONDON, KY.I Schedule in Effect Uay 16, and cutomert are at ll Hue granted teen bsndshlsb, two whit fel behind tired by WlllUtn Welch, by Itysdtk's Hambletonian, 1st L. Brown have returned from lltrbour-ville- . ence between tho English customs nml tho F.B.RILEY, Proprietor. sea proper dam Katie (J rimes, by 0111' any reasonable accommodttlocs they .American. For example, no gentleman In ".nffbTeTTifoT-- r 'Nb. Is Vermont, 2nd dim Mr. Billingsly, a Lexington lawyer, England," remarkod tho Londoner, to ask. We beg to offer our service to the citi- Black Swan, by Helm1 Yorkshire, bj imp. York"would Ex. San. Dally iKx. Ban. dam Waner, by was at the .Riley House during the week. over think of blacking his own boot, don't Tliorongtilr Rciiovntcsl nnd Refnr-nlshe- tl zen ol neighboring countle, without Banking shire, 3rdby Sir Utile Enlly. by Emily Hreed, Hlr Charles, Archr, 4th dam bf 1 you know." 8 Fstre facilities, and auur them that any bustneu sent Imp. Leviathan, 3th dam by l'ackolet, 6th dam by Lv. Uovlogton ihroHgltont FIraC-cIaa- a Judge Bjyd ran down from Barbourville " r"lmouth .M t 10 am 0 lOpml 2 M pns Day stad ttlglit us shall st all times bare prompt and faithful at- (Ireendrlver, 7tb dam by Maryland I'biaalx, 81b " Cynthlan., 10 40 am 10 24 it an a m pa "Wouldn't hef inquired Mr. Lincoln. nuil raasoasble 41 a m Saturday for a day with the homefolk, re II pn-1- 4 II pa dam by Hnnlbal, V dam by Milky, bv Rowel, feme thoughtfully. "Why, whoso would ho trains met by polite Porter of tlila tention. Arr. I"rla 11 XI am KmllVi Hpeed In ltruce'sHlud IluokVol l.MleSOl 40nra turning Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. S blackl" Youth' Companion. " Lexington...- - 12 It) pin 11 17 p m 8 is pa popular Iloune. JJIilECTOIleSi 810 p u vsrmcni jiimnittoniiD is a nn ntc nors, with Inestyl and Kood bone, and t sure breedor, sired Lv. Pari.. E. Scott, Richmond, are visiting her father's a m ' 20o p m 10 41 p mi 8 22 t a by William Welch. In tire of 1'rlnce Imperial, Arr. WlnchMtw.. 12 Chinese in California. 11 p a a 0? p m J. X. HMOINBOTHAM, family, Mr. C. W. Jones, at this place, can trot In 2.30 or 2.22K, Jeremiah 2.2JV,, l,aie Even now, when much of this old law less JOEL J. WALKER, LEWIS Y. LEA.VELL, n better. William Welch was aired by Itysdrk's Lanc"tr MH . - 07 paL Miss Lou Randall, of Daughters College, element lias . lxm cleared out, the Chlnetve here Hsmbletonlin, private record 23, litdam the dam titan lord J. a JOHNSON, oupm J. W. L01AN, Harrodsburg, is with relatives in this city. cannot bo taken as fair types of their race of Iloden's Trlnce, 2 27, and by Imp. TruiUr(cn ol L. V. HUBBLE, T. M. ARNOLD, Richmond... 2 00pm . Cotton) and s.ro of twenty mile trotter, Trus- Lv. Rare any more than the wretched Hungarians and S "Cola." Jim Jones and Joe Craft took in B. O. MULLINS. JOS. 8IMEMON, ts'. 2 dsm bra sonof Mimbilno. bv Imp Messen Arr. Livingston.- - ,1 8 20 put , " . MEW Usml ger, Vermont being a grand son ol the great Ilys. Louisville and Frankfort. Lew Lewis, of Italians landed under contract at Cnstle Oar-de- n can bo said to represent the peoplo of dyk's Hambletoalao tbft grandest sir living, and ' I QUI' Vermont comunfd, bicked by thorough-brel,Leslie county, formerly a student of Liu-r- Kossuth nnd Mazzinl. The-j-r arc tho scum of NO. I J No. II No. 1 makeafln stoci hore ItyMvk's Ham i J. SI. niGOINBOniAM.rilEJT. Seminary, was here Monday to place the nation, because emigration is something I b'elonlan, by Abdallah, sou of Mambrlno dam by Imn. Dull oundtr,2 dsmjjy Klshop's HambletoniLve. Livingston some young friends in that institution of that tho vi ell born Chinese looks upon In the LEWIS Y. LEAVKLL, t 00 an, S dam by Imp. Mesaepgir. same light as tho Irishman of good family. iierea 10 .......a. I. V. M. Rice has gone to L;xing J. P. SANDIFER, CASHIER, learning. Hill's Vermont, by Dowulnt's Vermont, sire of Arr. Richmond . 11 a am Court-Hons- o It means cxiiatriatlon. nml nmonrr imrnia Ja mj Opposito B. K. HUDSON, TELLKR. thedatnol Knlgma 2 IS 1st dam by Culiiiubu ton. S. Q. Steele is in Ohio on star rou'e liko tho Chinese, rho mako venerntion for Lve. Rowland . .. "20am (Barklej's) ton ot Columbus, ilie ol Confidence .....MM .MM l.ancvjter 8 It am 2.28, 2nd dam by Herlrand, sire of tbo dams ol a pare ot tneir religion, it Is business. J. C Johnson has bem s!ck if MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. Nelllemay 1 21, Sd ("am iy .Mattiileas sire of the Arr. Richmond. ... 11 00 a m to only when tho old country denies pheumonia. dam of Climax 2 31. dill's Vermont Is the sire of Lve Rlcbmoud 1 10 p mi 8 M a m I them wtfety or support. Georgo II. Pitch in ltocnre llor 2 2S. HUek Marl 2 2A.. Ltdv Mak Arr. WlnchiUir... 2 10 pmj 7 00 a to Usturning from a hasty trip to Pine the CoMiiopohtnii. l'0 sire of the aina nl Arr Tarls 2.V!, and Losn i,tO 3 20 p m 8 10 If youaroRoInC to nny point WEST, Oamtwtia n like 2 .0 lbs King 2 W Nlllo I, u ville we stopped Wednesday for dinner t Lve lxlttglon . NORTHWEST or SOUTHWEST, l 2 31', 7 IVarl i W Lads 2 Jl', uiUw ' 30 pm 8 U a in" 2 i pm Dim't Try on CIollios. S Mr. G. II UrownV, of this county, acd m tnlto tho llfjlrli 'J 31", Lidy la'men 2i a ni S 10 pm nl Ken- Lve I'arls " Cynthlana 1 89 p id S M a m I tucky (1 rrle.nHU .' I!1, 17 pta sire 01 the rrond 'I Imo quit trying on clothes nt my were perfectly astounded at the grand d h " Kalmwilh . 4 47 i til It) Ol of 1'bll Thompsou I .C, dun in 8 18 pm ajKiko most docidedly n gentleman Arr (uvliuitori CO p in 11 So play of farm products shown us by this vx tr.ilorV u r 13 pm AliJ,i lilt, sfre cl -- Ir Kyedyk's Hamnleti.nlan, ty " fashion. It tiino lost. Tho lx.it way i Waller f.'l 1st dam ni Cose. Ueut mur, by Imp. cellent farmer At a time whin numb.- - a 'otrjoutho suit after It is flnWieil, then JUyMVII.hv; IIHANCM. Ilellluuridr, 2nd dam iiii lire, by llisbop 'Ohio & Mississippi Hallway au;Srd dam --.llriitml by Imp. Miseoer. of our thriftless anil shiftless grangers xru Thatevcr alterntlons ought to bo mntlc tnn bo ro. M. Ilsrdtk's llamblclonlsn Is the sire nl Nettle 2.18. mado ton certainty. As It is now you nro Dally preyed and strained to the uttermost to Dally and 37 n'liM nlth rrc tlsor 1 SO or IkiIIit; also 01 This LinehisTwo Dally Express Trains measured all over, then you goto try on tho Fx. but 2 IJ, snd .l others with IOiils Inurs In advanci of other llnrs, tbod.ua otTrlukxt obtain the tnvatis of Hubsi'tence, with euit vthllo it is baNted, but ten chances to ono Iumtl n Ulll tiltntys Iinyu 39or urltrr Lv Covington. sndRlvinsour passenger first choice of cats In 2 00 pm Vermont (Dowtilng') by Hill' lllark Hwk, ecurcely a bonf of s'ockon their neglected when it is iiuv!' tip It doesn't fit any !etlcr " lH'XluK'tOll ... trains of conuertlug lines In Union Depot, St. 7 a in 2l pm oimnt (iijwntng'a) " Paris than if joulud tuner lost your timo trying luruuaiifl NClecl linn of Ftirni-(nr- o IiOuis, Trail points , Southwest and North- slreot b luu Allenotl 8 IA a in 8 20 pm arms, Mr i'rown has tome 12 or 15 Is sire uft .'duis Knuuis 2 M, aud alsislro oi Arr MlllerstHirg . west with 3 10 a in 8 41 p ra it ou. Tell your tailor j on n't try on j our Wiltbed.1111 Cai lisle rels ot com ou hand, with wheat, hay end suit, and my word J 01 a 6 0S pm and Undcrliiltt'r'ri loodn. UcollniriK Uhnlr X'arlor Cars and Now son11 2.W,of Msuiurlno brmv, the sire of Bell Dam, " Johcroi) .. for it j ou'll bo tho Kulner." " 0 IS a 1,1 8 88 pm Ill's nlack Hawlt, bv .Sbtiman Morgan. other products abounding, after wintering -P- hilmlelphia Call. " Maysvllln... E.nlKrant BloopInK Cars !ln.Hfl a in 7 40 n ,0 a fut troltlnn mare, Hlli's tils k Hawk I. tho 1" Sly urlct'M will 1)0 nn low n hiioIi large quanliliei of the different yarietits of Cliiiruf. lreol II, WoferUudi..'J, lancet 11',, Lilian No, fti I No. 64 . '. Allen 2.2f, and Yourg AmerkA2 anJ Is sire Tho AlllpUoi-Dally live stuck and living the while like a lord oftheduni of lllanclio.231 lieu Taced i:r,'a, Koodei can bought in the cil Tho alligator feetls Hun. li. Hun NOW Tennessee 2 27 and also the louiidsrof Id gnat himself. Talk (o us about laurel oounty sort, nml it is not on on fish nnd flesh of overy record that ho lias nny Hut lit) In the male and lllsck Hawk 3 88 a in,l2 85pu In tbo West, Northwest or and female lumlly,of 2 80 or lietlor represent, Lve Msysvllie. Topurcbaiea Farm lauds being valueless or farming purpcee ! particular choice. When nothing clso comes Ich. Give mc u trial and " Johnson line I Mj 0 87 a nt 1 . Southwest. " Carlisle ttves 7 2.1 a m 2 23 Pw This eitilo instance very conclusively handy bo uia Mvnllotv plno knots nnd p a The Illchost Farming aud Urazlne Land In the by 01 Columbus, slro of Co'umhiis " Mllleraburg 7 IS t 10 2 60 p m will lie cosiviuccd Unit I hoII World may be had at from SI uO to $!O0 per aero ConGdenre i(llarktny'i), a Messenger Mar-- . log chains to Ol the ncjiing void in hla stom24, Dam, Arr HarlF prut ej to the conlrair. What is true ol ach. Ho Is 8 Ida ra 3 15 pm on Ions time and at low Interest. This land will " Leilngtcn ... OH Culumbus. " tl'i, coavtrltd pacer, brought a sort of half nnd half reptile, 0 03 a m a 10 1. m Mr. Brown, we find, may bj eald of miny siicndiiig bN timo on raise double tho number ot bushels or coru or from Cauada. hire olConflleiico 2 21, Columbus " C)vlngtotii ., 80 a m a 00 n oither land or water, ac- lower than the loweHt. a wheat to tbo aero that cm bo produced tn tbl Navltator2Sl, Rom ondaS', and ouK Co. otbera of this county, who are posataied of cording to tho number of darkies who linvo section, and with much less labor. The price ot lumbus2VU, and also slrnof the dims ol Ren rtOTK. Trains 3 and 4 aro dally got n day oft" to go fUhing. Thero nro said to land Is steadily advancing. It trill never be. Morllli27. Ionise N.2.20JJ, Namelr i i), I'lirl-t- 2 a proper degree cf industry and skill. We cerXrHTnd". C'DClntUUi clieitjtcr than at vt'fHvtit, and It purbo 37i (Youi x Columbus Is tho sire of it 2.30 kindly and respectfully ur-- all those who butsc ernl cures for tho bito of nn alligator, tain to prove a good Investment 10 overy or better performers, aud ho has I sons that base no ono has ever yet had a chnnco to try ) chaser. 0,'d Columsired It 2 SOor butler Iain would be farmers, "if it would pay," nny of them. He is suptiosed to livo bus Is the founder ol the Columbus family, which Ilunt.ngton, Charleston, W. Va for CO or nd T:.tn elu CO ho 1'llot Jr., blood blovd to viait thee model farms, take a few notes j ears, and to grow meaner and uglier Round-Tri- p Tickets, Good 40 Days was to waa to tho Hast what,V. Hull I.XHOS, Kentucky. Til OH. overy year of his life. Detroit Fi eo Press. aliffeu thtir back bonea and limber the r Vt aianfsrd. Ky. mil At Low Excursion Itato to Neosho, Mo.; elbow joints and go to work and prosper Florence, Abilene, Independence, Baxter Oak Has nisiidsnntiiRen. Uprlugs, I'.eece, lloltou, Council urovn, Kingman, "ck,,'I1 b?IKe checked to any ril tOUI5Vltlt,MwAlBASY CHICAtQ HT(a Lenora, Oberlln and Seneca, Kansas; Columbus, Said tho observant builder: "I notice that T1IK TllOIUMOIIIIIIUli) One good metsure that the late Cm. destination reached by a railroad. uraoa saianu, i.incoin ana valentine, .oo.; tho oaken wood work in tho Buffalo library comprnrllorr!,r,'tU,a''' "" 0D 8ny gent of h' Ark; Palestine, Ban Antonio, Kress enacted wta the bill to prohibit alien is suffering from tho heat to which It f Taylor, Wichita Falls, Waco, Lampisos, Daird, H0LSTEINFRIE8IANBULL H F. II. MOI18K, D. A.FKELEY, subjected. Tho onk twnols in tho iKtofllco Albany and Midland, Texas, from acquiring title to land in this counwvm. AKVlTlj irav. rass. Acent. 20,000,OQO acres building show tho snmo effects, though not at try. Eurcptans now own LKAVIfO nOTII Stop-ore- r Privileges will bo Allowed H.R.HW&fiN'.Rece,ver.LCI,Bil0n'K' remarkably as tho library. Oak makes an M AIUICIN OF ADIOLINi:. in various sections of the United States, and elegant Ueneral Ufflces, Covington, Ky. fitilih, but it is hard wood to season I.OUISVII.I.i: A CINCINNATI, To examine the Lands and Country. foees lands are held principally by panic nnd takes years in tho process. lluiralo This fine Bull will stand the seaona now comPurchasers of Land will have tba 1'rlce of their Dally, secure to traveler Express. Wi F in Holland and Scotland, in which counTick- menced at uiy stable on the Laiicadei 1'ikn uue Tickets refunded. Extension Hound-trihalf mile Irom Hunfud Court lluuse at'J the et at Low rata to many otner point may bo whose only business is tries ate syudicates tho cuw un1 season, wl'h Ihoprltileguul cuied at Station to wmcb you purchase tickets. Horses Wanted lit Kncliintt. rv, til tbucovr pruvei lu cjiI. j!oi, due when cow THE MOST RAPID SERVICE to acquire ownership of American land?. Englishmen declaro that their country is is first aervtil. STANFORD, EY. Marquis ol absolutely unablo to supply tho number of fLoui'vlIle Times. II you Think of Moving Went ported Aiollo Adeline' aire, Herbert, bis slro Im- anu Dam imjior'id Soiitliern BeauEver attempted betwoon tbo trrcat commercial middlo d .,owVe,MVV.,i1ot.1.,,ln 8,rMt' tW It la a tid that in Kansas the leading caso of class horses (hat would bo required in b' tbeUhlaltlver and Llilcauo, and hence Call on any of our agents wbo will nromntlv an- a war. nnd tho Question as to tho the fastest time and most comfortable train be Marquis of Adlletiu's dam, Adellue, hoi sire of the cities are registering under means women weralllniulrles and furnish valuablo infornn-lio- n Imported Uncle Totn-d- im when Imported Lady Ush- rcqu'red"00' Xiit M tween all point In tbeWoiffi, or to the l"cf of supplying tho possiblo demand is the new law, which will permit them to being agitated. Tho exportation of horses aud XorilnrcHt. I The couuteipsrt of this train and In regurd to price ofInLands, Ject., homestead er, 11.For further particulars as to pedigree seo li.. sny of the Weslorn v. law donomintted a. has leen forbidden front continental countries on all trunk line The superb rollltuTint I.tntit-ci- vl Htalos. Will call on you at your homes If desired, Tote in municipal elections, The first st ck w Tblsiaa very Uno yotin Hull from a celebratr.xiiveHH. wejfltllsllyrefoninitrul ticket to ativ 1olnt. havo vuur frelubi ed family ol milkers Including th cow I.cIlh tho furnish which havo anything to spare, and It is declu' patron Unlimited t'omort. occurs April b. hlpiiel Cur.. l anon ta u, Ut lnonhiri OsTAtslI Coupon llckei Ottice in the Houtli and household rooI cheeklnz at lowest ,rutrs, and greatest of lurday; her owuer having refused manded that immedlato steps bo taken topro-eur11. va ' Tfl vour bninrscn ami attend lersonsliv to ani (,l,i. you will llnd our time tablet and tickets, eay 7o-nofor her. A cyclone swept through Tampa, Fia., yOirou.4 nm i,V 20,000 head, if necessary, to bo procured sol I consl ir. V cattle have taken the The Holsutu-lnlslacet Jlonon and stick to .Toiiuu, If seeing you couifurtaM) atirtrd tin your journey, w..uvicuirf. stie.aoain every cut ; 1 wo children from America. Chicago Tribune. destroying toveral houses. you wanttoBuvu money and hare a il.inatit Juur itemember tha'. this asitsinuto 1st endere-- l fien uf lead as the beat fjr the family, aud a tioss with sgt,tnttur.cikii. eharse, -- rdonlr fciih. C. W. I'AUIS, E. O.McCOItMIUK, ney. the bliorthi 111 iroducts a very line nulmal. I were killed, one woman was fatally injured, Cent, russonjir Agent, 13 W ttbst., Cincinnati, Alcatt A; Llsl, Oeneral Passenger Agent. Catcsgo. will buy all the main calvra begotten, by this A liny boat with two men in it. U lnnL-ln, JOHN I BARNAUL, Hull atgud,ilciii ddvercd at weaning time. were seriously hur'. W. il.SHATTlir CIIyllckt AwntiandOlhicrs: HuJun.N. Y. and several parsons Cincinnati,! tho t oyngo from the Capo of Good Hope to K. A Bucknkr, 227 ttli Ave., Ixiulsvlllo, II y. fre-i-. and (len'l Mau'Kr, (len, Hki, ag't II'. . 3111,1,1:11, uaio. Tfce pecuniary lossl nbaut $10,000. I Sold by Drug gUti, 180-Cltcnintl 0. lAlIlUUII. J'.'ionr tv. rs ii' t . Clnciticatl, o santord, Ky, t, y, A1 oho SettlementsA Zitnl Village. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Thcro is no occasion to describo In detail tho scenery along a route which la traveled Mr.lt It. Erell and Mtsa Djra Nor-re- ll by hundreds dally, nnd which has often boon have joined hands and linktxl the'r portrayed by abler pens than mine, It was fortuue.s for went or woe in accordance with nil verj now nnd strongo to our eastern eyes. In Colorwlo wo Baw o rocky height surthe holy ordinance of matrimony. mounted by n great castle, nt least this Miss Ojra Parsley, one of our most Illusion seemed almost perfect. Climbing; popular and charming belles, while out Raton jmjs wm liko visiting another planet, riding Saturday, was thrown from her nil was so novel. Then followed in irtvlffc horas and very badly though not BerlotHy succession strange looking, treeless motm-tainMexican settlements with their adobo hurt. houses, as we descended Into wiilo grassy News reaches me jiift as I close this plains called "vegas." At tho point where letter, of the killing at Jellico, Saturdsy tho road passes near tho Arkansas river tho cattlo seem night, of Lee fiullard, recently of this cropping thoInnumerable. Vast herds vroro "bunch grass" on every sido uncounty, by Vol. I'hiipot. Hate useii un- til tho animals became mero dots in tho dis tance. Tho gcuuino cowboy was tolw seen able to get particulars. Hod. W. It. IUmsy has beeu fixing at tho stations and his revolver was conspicuous. his fences in Bill and Kncx counties and Far to tho right we caught glimpsos of thinks his chances for the nomination for Pike's Peak, nnd further on still was n vast the Senate nil be could ink. Since we mutt rango of snowy mountain, which intliodis-tanc- o gavo n havu a rad we hare no particular objec- city. Again, vivid impression of a nmrblo tho ninrtelou volcanic formation to urge against Mr. Rtuiey. tions of lock, red as blood, would approach The ladies cf the W. C. T. U. have near our lino of travel. In a sheer precipice opened a retding room in this place for of great height, stretching licyoml llienmgo paw tho Palisades of tho Hudthe furtherance of the grand came in which of Won, wo son; then nn enormous fort with its bastions they are so tinaelfi'hly laboring. The peo would npiwar; next n brick wnrrhotito tbnt pie of thts city would do themselves credit might shelter tho merchandise of a state. At ono time we nil exclaimed at tho illusion of a, in helping this new enterprise along. grand cathedral, with its Gothic entranco Dave Jackson, like the sensible man he and buttressed walls. Is, adds his name to the Interior Jouk My chief regret was that wo had to pas, in NAL'd long lid of subscribers at this place. tho night so much flint was nsiinfnuilllnr ns It Iwluugcd to another planet. The deslro Dive is on the road mol cf tho time for If leavo to the train nt some iwiints and examine his pupular notion house, but leaves a ve y at lclMiro various oljicts of interest was Irresistible. inlelligen little wife at Itwns fairly cnjvrnting wbo will ap to bowhlrlel byn Zuni Indian villnee. for preciate the I. J. tho Itey. Qreen Clay Smith deiiyered an and wish to see ono's self thestrnngo homes stranger life within them was strong inlecinteresting and admirable temperance deed. Ciinon Diablo lins bkn well termed ture at the Ciurt house Saturday after "that hiilcpus crack in tho face of tho world.'' noon to perhaps the largest and most alien It is a thing tocomolmck toononjrain in n nightmare. Iiidetnl for n long timo tho wholo live audience ever brought together on n visage of nature had borno tho imprint of similar occasion here. The lecture wan spent, yet fiery, passion, tho teruble traces of under the auspice) of the Woman's Chris which kindly tinio can never rrinot p. It was pleasant, iiitlcal, after leaving tho infernal tian Temperpce Union, and wai well looking canyon far twhind to enter tho fino forests near Flagstaff, to see th young moon Two cases of small-poare reported creating the familiar lights nnd shadows upon from Eist Bernstadt. Two miners of thai tho snow, and, above nil. to catch tho homo from place were taken before the Federal court gleamOcean. cottage windows. E. P. Roe In Inter at L'juisyille on matters of moonshine and s, nl-me x Itocky Heights, Treeless Mountains aail tern full Court-Hou- 9i fill iiffSI J SSSiszu WIU make ..Trru SILVEE KING the present season st my stable ono mile from titanford on the Stanford and Huston-Tit- le Turnpike At 10 to IiiHiirc it Living Coll. years old, 10 hands high, abeautlful bay, wlih fine inane and tall and a perfect model and a natural saddle horse. Sired by Huhhle'a Denmark, known at On Time. Plrstdaiu, MoIIIh Mount, by Cibblo's lixlngtoai sctind dam by Voting Atnerlra, he Ky Taylor's Mfiietusri third dam by filler's Denmark which gives him a doublo cross of the best addlo ttock in tho world; fourth dam by John Blunt, nun of race norvaorniuay;uTiti4in by Waxy, trie uesi Will also stand at theiame plate my fine Jack, Hots 4 M.l. ""tM,M.H.,U'.PwrUi.,.rJM..ww.tH.L: wyrro.mw .an ftj m linmmorr alPn laanf Uti..,.. vvMiiiihiwiuiuuilCSGUIAJ.UIIIieitllJMS..,. Th Chstpest and Best Buslnss Cellsr In tkt .IV.UJsr, werld.iii.il.. II.,., V.UI.U V Jr "IibW hfaSj tljBiliV asasHI lint,,!.. mi ii.i. " it : i i mi w W-lt- Bucklen'a Arnica Salro In the world for Cuts. Bruises Bores, Halt Rheum, Fever Sore, Tetter, Chipped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and allBkln Eruptions, and posltlTcly cures Piles, or do pay required, I, Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monoy refunded. Price 23 cent per box. For sale by Ponny A McAllster. The best Wonderful Cures. W. D. llojt A Co., wholesale and retail Druggist of Rome, Ga., say: "We bare been soiling l)r King' Now Discovery, Electric Hitters and Bucklen'a Arnica Salve for two years. Have niter handled good that sell as well, or giro such unlTerssl satisfaction. There Have been omo wonderful cures effected by those, medicine In tbl city. Several cases of pronounred Consumption litre been entirely cured by tho use of a lev bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In connection with Electric Bitter. We guarantee thetu (1) alway. Bold by Penny A McAllster. An Slre ts .jj.r. riiTHiisTsi "vzrrrzrz ! ":r sarinsjisn, if .! - MYERS HOTEL, 8TAKFORD. KT E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Mnintains ita HlRh "Roputation AND STEVE WALKER. i POWDE! Absolutely Pure. Thlst powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholceomene. jMore economic! than the ordinary kinds, and ran not t solo cotnpctlton with the multitude of low .shors weight alum or phosphate; powder. BoIJonly In cans. ltoVALBiKlsit lotTOxa Ce, 106 wall Direct, Hew York Mon. At 8tO to I.tvlttu ey duo at weaning time or when maro la parted wiin. nn is a iiruwn jsra with wrnts points, ft yearsohl in Juiik, mil n hands high, Hn was sir e.1 by Alkln's King William and ha by Ktng Phillip; first dtm lllnok atlu Jennet sbets sired by King Phillip; wcnd dam by MorerasMe i d ho by Jim Porter This jack has proved blmselt lobe a fine breeder bc'rral of hi roll last season at weaning Unto brought one .hundred iln lar. Inmiir a tott. J. h. .Vi J. It. V.t tt It IN, BUntord, Kr. M Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be deoond to no Country Hotel in the State in its Faro, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of thoir Gnests ARTHUR SIMS. No. 3011, UlnndarJ I'nder ltuU 7 A Enterprising, Reliable House. Penny A McAllster can alway be relied upon 3U1. ST., ltICII)10M. Kl. not only to carry In stock the hst of everything to secure the Agency for such articles as have but merit, and are popular with the peoFor a good Table ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of being alAnd clean and welt furnished rooms, this Hotel ways enterprising and ever reliable. Having se has no superior. CJooJ sntuple rooms attached. 201-l- y cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's ti 00 r day. Now Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and LOUIS SCIIIiCU KL, every affection of tho Throat, Lungs and Chest, and to show our confidence, we lnvlts you to call nd get a Trial Bottle free. (I) IIICIinoD, KKITl'CKV. Use Green Cough Balsam for coughs and colds. Price 80c. For ale by McKobert A SUgg. wull-kno- WILLIS HOUSE, will stnd T. It .Vol. V.) UMKe nlllbeeoaveyod Tree of J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. to and front h charg. Hpeelal acconraaiattoasli to Commercial Travelera. Tb llarnlll alwa; sipplUd wllk the choicest bread of Llginrs aid t'lias a. & Two tulles from Lancstr, on tbo Blaofird pike nt TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON With privilege of return lu 1 NEWPORT NEWS MISSISSIPPI VALLET IS9S or f JO Insurance. THE lIIOTOGR,llJEU, How Is your blood? Use Green's S.rsaparllla For sale hv McRoberls .l.8tagg at St. Photograph! in all styles and sizos. Arthur films by (len Knox, HO he by Vermont Hero, Ae. Ills dam was lady Arthur, by Hourhon Chelf, by Mambrlno Chief by Mambrlno l'sy mister, .tc. Arthur Sims Is a hsjr, 1M, hands, smail blatr, right hind loot whlt. fosled in IS11 He Is a handsomely finished colt and brnl to stsy. He ha been bandied a little and promlH-well. Mlsck He combine the atralns of the Hawk and stout Mambrlno Colel fusll,M, and Is a deatrable stock horse, and on his sire' rid Irares twice to Imp Mesnger and twins on fits dam's s e CHESIPeKEftO lllfl ROUTE KctlltK'lO'rl IClllllo liUNl Wnshiagton, rhlladolphla Now York. The only Iln runnlnj A Green' Electric Oil cures atl ache and pains. For aale by McKobert A btagg at 50c. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. side. Mare kept In any unci risk. minner desired, at owner's T. .1. Laucsutrr, Ky. lU.Kt, ruisLMAX m:iv A to-d- TRAIN c Mor-rive- Stanford, tar-get- M ask '4 , .i M I',, ii. 1154-ly- r.l 2i, Ln.B Vermont Hambletonian. M s -- trl JACKSON HOCSE, S. 80DTH-HOO- prlc. . 0 1 207-C- t ' ol furniture;; store OrPICERSl NoaTH-Booji- sum ...,,, "7V7r33T 1 Ji', O. & M. tVt-st- t,. lf . Usui-bleto- NOOTK-ItoO.'S- Tin:! arriv-lumn- o' Ht br '. 111 I Ie tiourii-HopN- IS THE TIME. 1 1 1 1 e JttV ibtl& Fro-don- -- A NEW FAST MAIL .!, p HUB-lfMA- tire-din- c ita row DiaivTiw c't-le- 125,-W- O o u, & n ? tl rric i.oi. l,l li Si ,., -- ,.,uii, intlu., H4liniSl "WWII ,Wm i-i- llllMfcUI,lltllii, 'l''lll JmL.