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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887041901 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. lent VOL. XVI. ral WuU Imteftnf" For a r mfn NO. 221. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1887. at a GEORGE r OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. 47, VERNON, ROCKCASUECOUHIY. tendance that greet thin Koapel everywhere. Bargain. Sale I am. not, I hope, Idiot eoounh to ascribe Lancattnr, Kt Amaaaor J. W. Klrby has another the Interest to anything but the goapel, In HtanforJ, Ky., I offer For a riilroad town Ltncaatr haa dclrtblo lor ale prlrately eaven rottna and a Tory tarn dally openlog an elegant llneol Fall Mlllla-er- j, girl at hia hollae. porch renideme with whatever may be. the adjunota. That alone including all nny wh know of. We Well of water at the door; .table, amoks hou-e- , of the aeaaon are more atage-lincthan The woral bad colda Ac. About an acre of ground In the lot. vol can hold immortal men, In rifettcd attenhave two to Danville, nu to Stanford and tormi, Ac, apply to Tho Latest Novelties of the Season. quite numeroua at preaent, Ml. O. A Iih'OIt I), AT- -tion from Unit to lant. Nothing else could 1C3- Agent for J.U.AIiord. Welch ft 1'jynter haye aecured i lare one to Hryantaytlle dully and a AUo Notlom, auch ai Handkerchlofa. do It. All elite would (all sooner or later; Collara Ha l'EHANNUM.OAWII. line to Iiuckeye. btllaat contract from the railroad. and Cuffa, HuchtnK, Coritta, Bustlei, etc. You but the manage that thrill the "image of win una iuo ai me roonij lately vacated by Bml- The Garrard Female College pupila will wec"r7mthatl.W lilt The aherifT will sell 70 tract of Nnd ley A. Warren, noxt door lo the Myera Homo. undersloodlf God" In U, never growa etale. l'raiao the for Mi. AT IS MM VMM Mi Mi Ml A Ml. give an entertainment in the Cillece chap-p- el PocM ml domandeJ. tazea here n Monday, April i!5.b. AND LOUD, if tint "goapel" haa been firat refee Fridar erening Aamall admi-aio- n A nice, new aaaortment of wi'linery vealed, then committed to in, for tranatnie gooda juit received. Mra. M. E Hrown, will be charge and tho proce da given lo SALE W. P. WALTON- CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, alon to othera. Krery true mtnialer ol the 2. the Phi Gamma K"c ety. I'oel Ollice. Having rcnUd the atablo on Depot atrect, I am iTerlaitin word, can eay "My goapel," jul Tto Stale Ho ml of Equalization hae Hro C,of London, we meant no big OP J.ANCANTKIt, KY. terms. County Court day trade aollcltrd. aa truly aa I'.iiil said it I.jr to etch Inif ' tbruat "but we have that ro (1 aa coal iioiK"-ni- l at! ,(' Yi ptr cfnl. to the aaeafeJ value of .JOIIX It. VAUM'KXTMilt, blantoid, Ky CAPITAL - - - 8i:3,O0OOO O. uieeaenier tlm Mutter reveals aomething I in thia county, "0 per cent, on town theaame." that ia to make hia miniatry characteristic. Will aome one rattle the uong on the linn Iota and 4 per cant on ptraonal prop- jHiethiri-r,MACK IlItUCE'i This Bank salltlta accounts of indlrlduils, firms he doea not Louiaville GOD 18 18 LOVE And NOTHING ELSE And that aublle "h iWor furniah it with a atilHti' 01tt I he lax ra c was fixed at 171 centp. and corporations. Ita facilities for making colget at n Theological Heuiimry. Hih Mra A. Goodloe Lackey, of Marshall, word "paradox?" uIh for the lections, in all porta of the United Slates, are uned ordera" are only opened after he ia Mra. I). M. Lickey djlr. Buggy & Implement House. surpassed, and cutoaiers are at 'all times granted Much iii'ereal la biing manifeated here M ,, ia IU.V1H13 ,T1U3 launched upan hia voyage. Happy the any reasonable accommodations they see proper in the approaching convention nad a atub H.T. Logan, a popular commercial pi! 1 1. i7. Jackson, Mius , April to ask. Wo bog to offer our scrrlcea to the cltl-roman who doea not quirrel with nor gtinaay I)r Letcher nnd eon, of ia in town. he made by both faction. gnm, ol neighboring countlea, without Banking The MtCiuib meeting hia "ordera" "Holy orJera!" I like that born fuht will 1 hare now Dbai; iNTrmoii For a week ptat the cr.tah of falliug Heni'erann, are tiaiting relativea in thia facilities, and assure them that any business sent dosed laid Sditdar night with , jam, al- - Ilia an unmeaning term with aome It A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills) and us ahall at all times hare prompt and faithful attimbr haa been beard throughout the county eiif- moat painful; but tiul the computed aigniGea but a veatmaul, a poution, a whit tention. othor Agricultural Implomonts, Mr. Wm. Mitrbum in hero to bore a The tan btrk men are al moun'aina ferera wemul I" Hrg't that they wen oo.! Hut to the "called of God," how DrUECTOIlfei: 'JOO foot well for Geo. Denny & Co., the work. Bcatdot a crowded Tine oblivion to dlacomfort la fraught with a deep, hidden aigntficince That ever wide awnke buaineis nisna mill men. Mr. M. would also like to aink J. M. HinOINnOTHAM, very touchuu It appeal to the pthelic Eyer in Jeaua, Gko.O ISAItNKa gerof the I J. waihere lant week adding a well on the public tquarc and the citizsna Fall Line ot Baggies and; Wagons LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALKER, of my nature inn vary powerlul way aide J. W. L01AN, nauit'tto hiaincretainz Hat of nbacriber. are thinking ntrougly of donating the mon- Alwaya on hand. In connection with my Im- J S.JOHNSON, Some Advice to Wives. And the feeble manifealationa of il, in thiai L. F. HUBBLE, T.M.ARNOLD, plement bualncas, I will alio carry a Mr. LI tenerally oonvincis the people that ey fur the purpose. Kimember that you are married to a B. O. MULLINS. J03. SIMPiON, email wayr, leach me a leanon for the ftl their money could not be put to m betlir The il uring mills of W. C Hhkeman Complete Stock of Lumber, pncioua. He man and not tn a god, ba preptreil f r im purpoaa. in unapeaUably ture. that ft Co., in Madiaon, near the Garrard line, Both rough and dressed. Prices on oretythlnij at lieving, aa I do, that the coriaolatlona ol perfectiora Mr Hirria' frienda here have imuel a burned early Stturdiy morning. The loas Anticipate the diacoverf b your J. St. HIGOINBOrUASI.ritEST. love are T J be brought, to Urn priaon for Dr J. ia about $10,000 on which there ia $3 500 voted Low an any one. that you are "only a wounn;" if you circulir ehowing that he wretched-iira- a LEWIS V.LEAVELL, era of hope, in the "uttermost" Hrown for eer.ator in 1SS1, b it they fail inurance. J. The lire ia thought to have I solicit a share of your patronage Respectfully J. P. SANDIKER, CASHIER, banlaliuienl from were not he would not cire atuul you. of that tem,orry Mull'jn furniahed enough been incendiary. B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. llJ-ly- r O.ice in a while lat your huabtnd haye to ahoar why IlMtVVK. I. the "prraence of the LOUD and the glory votea to defeat the only ctndidate Rockcaa-H- e here, ia a can J j. Walton, proof, that thelat word: it will urili'y him and 1j no of Hi powei," the lu been hllowed to name didate for the Legislature in Maaon, and if my eye, of the power of the particular loa to you. -paiwea before Middleton Lynn, a young man former- the people ol that county want a big heart Ha reonabli; it ia a great deal to aak momentary fjret goapel to brgel even ly of your county, waa atruck on the head ed, clever, brainy fellow to represent them under aome circumstance, but do try; ret fulntaaof piiu, projrca itaelf far beyond by a Haw mill water gate lever eooie wteka Jueeph will come up out of Ejypt with hia ray of comfort aonable women are rare be rare the present, and baouna a H illock'i mill, and had hia pocketa full of fha. Ktmtmbor (hat aervtnta are made of the tnce, at E clear and dilincl, hocvr feeble tipjri nkull axlepreaaed tint it i now thought Tint proudeat institution ol which aame material that you art; a little coarser-gralne- l, the darknen, we have o long bjen1. taught t will be neceatary to have it trepannod. only organizitiou Garmrd boaata-t- he perhapa, but the atme in eaen waa impenetrable A few yeara aince when a new echool-hout- e tlaia. endorsed by old .Nirarod and Iz ak ImCome to rtlWct aoberly on it. Try and forcet yourself; a for your huawaa bjing built here aim) of the pi Walton the Dinl. Uooue Club, received a we bare bern thinking of God btnd, forget tb.tt you married him, and re Irona in the diatrict htd their liat changed agine what complete outli Friday morning coce'eting and hia unchiogetble, tireles love, til thia meaibar that he marrie yoo; be will then law another ilittrici thereby eacipm; the of cooKing utenaila, ccta, ctmp stool and time. What a libel on love t ai.p,K'e that probably do the reverie. lax Njw their truataaa have decided to in fact every hing neceawry to the aummer ' That la bate could bsllls and wear il oU Lai him reid the neptper at bretkfaat build and those patron) would like to set campaign. what we have barn believing about it. I table, it ia unaociable, but then, it i only a btck into their old dialrict A couple of hitherto peaceable c.t zna bluaj for mv own atiare in the fhtme aud trifle, after all, and ha like it. N. M Soumtte returned Friday from were aeen iu town etrly Friday morning . Wtrnl injuatire of the mlaUken thougnt Let him know more than you do once in Paint Lick where he had been to eee hia barreled Bhot-gu.. -i . (e let i.. hi ihitt- it'will lid in all the twilr ; it ktvpt up hia aelf reapjet, and you father who ia down with pneumonia. Wm. etch carrying a double that the two gentlen It waa ao in diaooverel of dark il'im to comr. in their win tie none (tie worae lor aiimutiog that M. Weber, of Knoxville, ia here for a few men were amlctbly diapoaed toward human -- a mini , ji-retribution-l what It ia now vour are not actually infallible. day. Tcinmy Fraoclaco ia no batter. J. being', but were listening for the bark of helpleranea and unworthi tering angel Head aomelhing in tha ptpjra betide W. Mullina ia making preparations for the honcat watch dig which had maliciousnev; ami, like the inwt dear embodiment faahiou nolea and rorietr column; have b.trnlug n large brick kiln. Perry White, ly destroyed aome 1!2 or 15 aheep for them (ifit, in Jeau', person ".ne aineyelerd.sy, ome knowledge of what ia going on in ol Crab Orchard, waa here during the latter that morning. and forever" (or to the agea. Iller-ttl- lj foreign countries part of the week'.aetting up derrick at the goodj and i "alwaya g mg abjut doin Ha a compmion to your huabtnd if he ia quarry. PEARSON & CLARK, healing all that are oppreed of the devil " a wiae man: and if he I nut try to mtke Preservation of the Dead a loving him become your comptnion. I think I can safely chal'cnge Ktie hia . i? apeaking heart, even to think of the Lird Jeau, in tandard, do not let him lower youra. Qunlarda Medical Jlonlnly mya ):dio, Itiapect your huabtnd' relationi, espec any other posture, whatever a theological LEXINGTON, KY. that Hlward I, who died iu the yesr la not the Ih hia ially hia mother abe head may avert. 1307, waa found not decayed 1G3 yetra I A; 1 1 Woat ainln Returning to our McComb meeting mothrr becauaeeheia your mother in law; The llwh on the lace wa a aubMcjiiently. of reaoning Hrooklyn he loved him before you did. think no poable eophlttry little waated, but not putrid. The body of cm ever, in the future, uproot the plant of Magi line. LOUIS SCHLEUEL, Cmiite, who died iu 1017, waa found freah A Judge's Insight. grace, that are growing theie from the seed Thoae of William the Conqueror in 170G that haa fallen into "good ground," and ia In WtaMngton county, Arkaimt, an old and hia wile were perfect in 152'J an loi9 tiO .and 100 even now bringing forth -"- 30, fellor, who had been autminned toaerve aa three Homan aoldiera, in the dreaa of their IIIC11MUM. KKMCCKV. fold." ajjrymtn, but who did notappw at the nimtrv. -fullv Kitilnned with arma, were v t Photographs in all styles and sizos. We left the dear placa on the 1 V M. tppolnted time, waa brought in by a d?pi-t- y dug out of n pet m.ve near Aberdeen ",, with and train Tuesday reaching Jack n at aherill They were quite freah and plump, efter a Pictures in India Ink. Crayon Water Colors. "Y)U have treated thia ourl with cm lapae abundant leisure to "bruah up" (or tie of about 1,500 yetra. In 1717 the behie tempt," aaid the ju Ige. ''and unleaa you ctn crenlng meatiug. A few,', mile New designs In Frames ant Mats at rery low bodies of Ltdv KiUyth and her infant were (201-lreaching the capital the pinea dwindle in give a good reaon for your failure to ap. 1798 they were found a Prices. emb ilmed. In !r.j and deerete In number until they punlah prnr, I ahtll ttke grett perfect aa in the hour they were embalmed. WOOD WALLll K WATT COClHAN We aio no longer in Ilia "pice ing you. I)) ;ou not know, air, that when BIEIIUHANT TAILOR, Krery feature and limb were full. The in belt." I can not tell sou how we tnlaa their we inaiat that you H0.aU be a jurymin, we aa if he COCHRAN, ftnl'a featurea were aa compoaed elalely foruia and dark green fo'iagc. I pay you a high compliment?'1 had only b.en aaleep for SO yeare. HIa I hate recelred and still recctrlng with a eort of can not help inveating them "I know that, Jedge, but I never did like color" wag aa freah and hia flfab na plump GENTS' FURNISHERS, the fact that we er compliment, bein' allua afeerd that aome-bod- y intelligence that recign:a 513, 4th Street, and full a In thr perfect glow of health. lovo thorn dearly, nnd in a dumb way regret wuz tryin' to Hitter me." The amile of iufancy and innocency wae on - - - KY- "None of your fonihnai Why did you Comprising the bost tn tho market, which will bo that we had to go away, where they could hia lipa. At a little diatanco it waa difficult aigh a benignant blea. fall to ppeai?'' no locger wave and !'V.2m. to diatinguih whether Ltdy Kilayth wae Ootton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Nemo in City or Country coma," "Jedge, I jaat c log upon ua alive or df.tl. The question ia, what pre Give Mo u Trial. "iMmily aicV-''- ' Our good friend Majr George Govau aervativea were meil and hov applied? "Wuan'llhat" to whoee unwearied zeal wr are indebted for season will , n.iM.i.imii!n" Jickaori met ll at the 'You don't aty ao. W.oy, w(it culd The ICentucky encampment of the Grand TUIs trottltiK-liro- l stallionMil niaVo theLincoln uui .n.t- In Army of tho Republic a sort of aitle ahow of ltS? at oi.r t'.le depot, in company wl'li hia friend, Col. have been the tnttttr?" county at yer guaaa, Jedgt?" t) the republican party utenible.l in thia i'orttr, and tbeie twi lok all further care "Kaint a Oolt till Weaning Timo, cfl cur minJ; moat kindly attending to "Lit me aee," aaid the jari't, erralohinir city to raaolute. which they accordingly $15 to Insure Iu loal, money jlno n t" ol" hia hed rellsc'lvo'y our multiplied liugige-.vfcortii"Hit. I on a minute. did. Among other thmga, they demanded Or ttfi'tO In Insurnn mare or mare parleJ with. when lli not Is a'eertalnwl, aKl. v ter luarding hai'; and hoalowing thoae nttm-be- rlt Wore than nicknen in the family. You a uniform ponaion Uw, wolch, in plain Hi I If ii retalunl on rnlla till money wf. vxmv.n&2; IiIrU, of snlen-ili- J 17 gliih, metna thtt they f tor the repetl o' tools It jearsnM blaiW na liantatutd as any horse gentle ourteaioi, ao grtlpful to muat have htd a nick hore," the judge well sttle nn.l acHon ami with "i burat of tnapirttion the limitation in the Arreara of 1'enalou in HioUra Ho Is l,y Uteliflleu, lie liy Maintirlno etrangera In a atranij.) place, nnd which Uke Chlel, hoby Msmbrlno Paymaster, he by Mymiinpletaanl edga of a new ar "Yer atruck it Jjdgi yer airuck it Act, and that meana an additional steal of 1.1 . I, I,. I.nn MuUIr WtltCrloO S lit til all the iini',,i oura hr Helm's Ytrlslilro he by Harp- hundredn of millionaof tho people' money . r.val, I think the ' Troupe" luvo n keen rquare " he by HaiiMetoulan; ho by Imp. Mea.eu-co- r. atul tho judge, in tho wa wrung from them b; an Infamoua eyatem of Imii, 2J Jam lle.1 Hint, by Cannon V, hip- ho by euch nttenllona aa Mr.Stentl," n eem-- of tho value of Whip, he by Imp Whip; ho bv Hal. ver'tn tnnea of nuppretie I excitem tnt, ' ad taxation. They denounced the veto of the IllftcVtmrirs HoroJ .rJ dm a thoroofli'brol that vr traveled, anv train, Jam br H'V Mfasenger a dam It read a little anobblah to aay that our jonrn court an! w'll all go out and look al Ptuper Bill by the Preaiden', protested mare, by Imp Dlomeite M'sa nxcr uior?, and by I care nothing wasoutof iMnkin,.t for Miaaia IMflu H.it i ihn most fashion bia hon." f Arkmntw Triveler. that they know nothing an kind Major ia Secretary of Btte Aiuerlra nnd the win. and forget thtt whsn Orant ablytirltrolllrK hnrto in puros than any horse eippi, and our mot attentive Colonel ia aa- iierolmoro premiums anJ Tin: IUdlv Mkeii Hkathck Dia about pohtica, veto againat almoU a infa Hiataut in the aame olbce. nut the revoiv hetrtened miaaionary, returning to hi Said fulminated moua a penaiun Bteil the Grttid Arinv o' ing wheel haa brought ua br no ftult or after of absence: ' Oh, unhappy man, and Kfpublic hd no censure for him choice of our own, among the you utve 'tpted into error and darkneaa the recngnln our altered circum Loulaville Times. I may aa well and piLai.Min ncait ' ' Chief heathen apolat once. In fact every name on the ogetically; "Well, you eee, after you went etancen -- Aaectiooof Eialern O.tio waa deaola ih Maiir "i:ot UP." waa that of away a Ctthotic M siiouary came along mid ted Friday nderuoou by h. terrific cyclone. ; ollijiiil pjaitlon aome "grett one" whoee heeling t ild ua the bad place waa full of Metho-diat- e, From St. CU.rayille ncroaa to aVJwSsMiKlJ'X document a moat llitlering one. made the TYi it'll'' tct JlcllVSiji and ao he actred ua Into hia commit V V., a iliatunce of ten inilea, overytblnR I am not go Well1 l'raiae the lord for it. nior; then he went away and a Presbyterian in llie path of the tornado w.ia carried away. ing to deny the pleaauro we feel in beini: ctme along and waked ua up on reenera Houaea and barnea were razaJ and the parmitled to brinR the gonial near thete tion, adojition and election and ne joined debria hurled for hundreds of yarda wblIV nuguat peraonaROi. AnU 1 am not uiapoau bia church. Tnen an Kpiacoptlinn came tbrotwh tbe air. Treee were torn up by Fortunately, to play Uriah Hcep, and be 'very 'nmb'e" along itnd we burned our Westminster Ibe root and awepl away the Idaa of life r email, only mo or three OICALBHS I hecnu-- e we hold forth every night in the and etocked up on prayer bookr; then he fatal accidents belni; reported. Theloasof of Kspreaentativen, in the State Home. Hall left and a Iliptiat landed and walked ua in property ia roughly eatiraated at a million Oruas, Books, Stationery and Xor am I going to conceal the fact, in to the water Hud baptized ua right, nnd dollara. Fancy Articles. mock modeaty, that wo yeeterday had a wt'dj'ist about got pettled when a New Irunkenneai, or Liquor Habit.can bo Cured by interview, in hia own ollhe. Congregationalial moat pleaaant ctme over and told ua atmlnntering Dr. Halnea' Golden Specific. I'hTitclan.' prescriptions accurately romroundl Alao with the Governor, and found him to be a th'tt ho long an we were heathen we had a It can bo kUcii In a cup ot coireo or tea moat poliabed gentleman and full of cour dead aure thing cf going to heaven; but if of the person taklnjj It, MM.ICITJ3D. It ia nil a speedy nnd lu'iniiiiient euro, whether leay to hia Kentucky viaitora. we became christians we had to walk the patient U niiimk'tnto drinker nr nn s indeed, nnd we enby It pnilig Hr very nice 1 if a wrook. '1 liouantuU ot drtntkarda liato rctirrl Ihn mighty Htraight or go to the overlaying or dona up only Tbe Largost Stock of Wotches, Ulooks ho liaxo taken the ber, and propow lolur.i uiii im'i'ii nuide teinperatoiiien ioualy and tt ke it aa it cornea. nf V't. Jf . S &!tVTJ- bonfire. Ho we ate him up, burned our hi UolttimSpoeluo III tliclr colloo without their tn tb hliilif.i Myi "' lonsoilal Art. Mi Jewelry and Silverware lo sbnnlav litrallj IikII Ut door lb Wirarl(' we began with the Hal blea anil resumed buaicea bvllso tlicy quit slilnk-imrWnonlotlKai.niiJ Tueaday niht B I .mi i'rrw nt.tl.e old rtnn I. "I 'banns' No linrinful cffeit A .Menr-u- ' tliolr own freo will. tiuiy this market rrlces Uwor than lous-h-t 'aili'r ,iiil'iM(-cnllcliu. A klTor Low7U to tVatchea.Clw:kaind Jewelry It.- nearly full. Last night it was quite n. Bith, put the Mifon in the. cage and fat result j from its administration. Curna mianin-tet'- il of yuiiiiri lailts I" -i m uill Irimilhitn Send for clrculnr nnd lull parllculara. nnd from thla on we have every reaaon to him up for thankmivlng day." f Hob ierv rur 11 MI.M4 rrsiweifully ih pnlreJ on shoit notice and 1Virnted aud Uu imlillc Addre.H in cuntUeiiea t!ot.ir.N Sfuctric Co.. Millclled. ) I'.'ll-S- t M.H. believe there will be the anme'criwded at j 'it'iM Ohio M, i MIIiXilNEKY. Livery, Training, Feed, STABLE! 162-2- 1 BARNES la 203-G- i.OIll. ns OFFICERH: hua-han- il ,. fblet well-kno- oxriE'w- SPRING CLOTHING. y Icn'i 1 -, Considering the quality of our clothing and the prices affixed we think this department is in better condition for the purchaser than ever before. We claim the t- - CLOTHIN& & SHOE TRADE to-d- ay And will have it if fresh goods and low prices will induce you. We give prmiiof ui Wholesale Grocers exclusive attention to this line and a Struct. general stock cannot interfere with advantages we are bound to have. Post yourselves and then see us. BEmm & M ROBERTj e die-app- ear H. C. MTPImXSY, WALLACES LOUISVILLE, New Goods for Spring and Summer H- O. "WATERLOO! edfi-vllle- RUPLEY. atxb 1 Wall Paper, - Furniture, nfiill-bloo- Cases, Caskets, Robes. v-r- jmrVJis. Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. mrasztrLavmii Y&izfarTffmttiKyEJv iMAlislci' PHARMACISTS, YOVBt ATTENTION nleo-linl- la Ii JEWELERS. he nrst-clas- . y ol in-t- A'i-- Uii-lo- Hur-dett- e. I i ":"""'" " '" ' " i'i iv iTff!13iilF mn.it .r.,,iwn)rjl,n,ianl, iiwiTiilntiiMii MIIJIM Semi-SSttlil- H IWW BW3MIMJI A fl Timely Suggestion. To tho Editor of the Interior Journal. B The Methodist Sunday-schoo- l will bo Bowling Green suflered nn $S,000 fire. When Judge Ditrliam, two years ago, After uilog thoHmoke 11.11 two months writes as follow.. Ykllvillk, A ik., Jan. 17, 1887 Coleman Lucas, Sr., an old citizen of held next Sunday at 3 o'clock at the Chris took charge of his present office, First Cau3LIcSiokk Hall Company I Into tinted jrour medtian church. April, 19, 1887 Caiey, is dead. Stanford, Ky Comptroller of tho Treasury, he found the icine andean truthfully sty thli: I liavo practlred medicine The following is from the Oivensboro work of the bureau fully a year bohind Ben Brown, for tho murder of Frank and for thirty years, and your Cubotlo Hmoko Hall rolleres t'n Mtsstnger, whose editors have the audacity the Treasury leaking at agteit many points. tarrh, Asthma, Neuralgia, Croup and llronchltt. more readily Arnold was hung at Nashville Friday. W. P. WALTON. to call Brother Bunea a crank: Geo. O. than any preparation; and I will Without an increass of clerical force, his clan will or can prcparo a remedy sty further, that no phy l The business portion of North Middlo-tow- n that will rIto rellof as soon Barnes, it seems, struck an ailment in the response just made to the Senate committee' was destroyed by fire; loss $33,000. iuo vniuuni: oiuuio nan lor mo diseases uamed In yourclr-cuIf- South that would not give way 4o prayers DEMOCRATIC TICKET. call, at to Hie present status of all busineea Cnief Justice Cartter, of the Supreme W. M. NOK, M. I). and ho was forced to fall back on medicine. of the Treasury, 1.01'tsvilLK, Kelt, I. shows that the work of Court of tho District of Columbia, died SatFor the Legislature, He describes castor oil as an "oleaginous his bureau is Cari.oi.ic Snout HALLCt)UPANr-(Untlcui- en, I hare been up, with no old business on asuflererfrom urday. Catarrh fjrcUht years; the symptoms were horror" and is convinced that medicine is hand; and that by a strict adherence to PETTCS, Dli. the fullness about tho head, frequently followed with Neuralgic It is reported that an Kalian steamer and always will be a ikrnier Or Crb Orchard. rtsoit and an law, appl-in- g a rigorous enforcement of the pains. Hare trlod numerous remedies without rrctltlng any has foundered off Bonifacio, Corsica, and excellent one." We can't get along withthat 150 lives were lost. imi', the leaks have been stopped, and benefit. A friend Induced mi to try tha Hnnkj Hill, ra treatment has been attondol by moit sitlsfaclory results. I out the doctors and it seems that cranks thereby a great saving Therk were a number of county prima A eeDsation has been created at Richeach year is made to tellcre the Huioke ll.ill the only Catarrh cure, an 1 like Barnes are a necewary evil. rice held Siturday to appoint delegatea to mond by the discovery the government He deserves the highest recommend It to all suinrori Irom Catarrh I am chest fully of extensiye forgersttlttled If the State convention, but the action eeeme ies of Virginia State bonds. commendation and praise, from the first, used properly It will nljct a poruuncnt cure. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Ke.pectlully, irregnlar, in view of the order of the 8tate Ei M. 0()K performing the arduous duties of the chief Carl Schoene, one of the oldest German With titration A Tenure Seed Street Potatoes at T. R. Walton'd. Central Cjtnmittee, which fixed next Sat- comedians in accounting office with such marked ability the United States, died at Tir Attorney Gencval ofTrnneitHcr Hnum See Nunnelley before you sell your urday at 1 o'clock for the primaries in all and cative aptitudo as to ,;ain for him'elf Aner suffering with Cilarrh for flftwi years and spending Evansrille, Indiana, Thursday. a great ileal ol moni-- r may occasion contestwool. I fur the counties. The the Hon. Newton V. McConnell, of Tenreputation of bring the nounce. your Carbolic Hmokorminlltht belt nnhii.ii.... ..... Hall I For genuine German millet seed go to best comptroller the Treasury has ing delegation and make trouble in the nessee, has been appointed It Is the only remoly I erer saw that I bsllarelua orer used will cur Chief Justice of ever had tarrh, aud I warmly fa reiomuiend It to cTery sufferer. Wearen A Menefee. convention that might have been enslly the Supreme Court of Montana. In view of the fact that the Judge ha dem V LI I.I.AHI) THOMSON, Lebanon, T.nn. avoided. Nicholas count? inKtrucled for Jack Bialey sold to Thomas E. Wood onstrited, on such a large Mary Gallagher, in a Louisville statioccile, his tin 2 fat steers at 4 cents. Harris for porernor and Richards for attor- n-house questionable ability to unravel the tangled for drunkenness, hanged herself Thomas C. Robinson sold to J. C. skeins of neglected public ney general; Macon instructed for Harris The complete, treatment includes a DelwlUtor package, which should be with a rope made from her apron. usd In all chronlo cases at affairs, clear up Johneon 13 yearling steers at $10.50. Bryan, Hardin, Pickett, Hewitt, Tate nnd a Constitutional Treatment, Is then ncccsiary. One Smoke Hall old matters and boneetly enforce the existMrs. Logan says she is not writing a contains belhcen m and too doses. Corbett, and Fleming for Harris first and novel I will ofier for sale 6 vearlins short ing laws, would it not be the correct thing I'rlce92, and has not received one dollar of the Debellatorsi. horn bulla on Monday, county court day. for our State Hinea second. salary due her deceased husband. convention, in the event of a S. II Baughman. I'KXX Y Jb Jtc.i t.lHTKIl, AuciUh. Stanorit, Kv. too bitter struggle between Harris and The twenty-seconanniversary of the K, W JON13, Agent, Crab The young mercantile and professional Orchard, Ky.( L. (I. (lO'JCII A CON, Agents, W.iynrtburg, Ky.-- J Mr. E. C. Montgomery shipped a car- Buckner, to place him at the head of the men of Louisville held a mass meeting Fri- death of Abraham Lincoln was Friday load of 150 pound hogs to Cincinnati and democratic ticket? W. O Bradley, it seems day in tie interest of that city and of commemorated at Springfield, III. received for them 4. clear, will be the republican nominee for Five persons were instantly killed and the State of Kentucky, tn wnich CjI. Harry Blankenhip, Jr., near Preach- - governor, and among those now mentioned Sam M. Burdett made a epeech that is a number seriously hurt by the bursting of eraville, had tho misfortune to Ice a splen- for the democratic chosen one, there highly complimented, are The colonel is not a large water tank near Palatine, III. Gov, Knott lectured on "Capital and did mare and colt, which were killed by none who so well understand Bradley's only an orator, bu. a us.tur.il bjrn newspalightning recently. tricky tactics, can unmask his sophistry and per man, who has the faculty of making Labor" before the students of Central UniWe will sell at Dr. Hooker's sale on demagogtiery eoruccesfully and so effectuany subject he writes upon attractive. His versity, Richmond, Ky Saturday evening. the 20th, 20 head of calves and 20 year- ally make hmi bite the dust on the A dock at New York caught fire from stump "In and About" column in the Courier- lings, all reds and roans and first class. J. (as he once trod all the Congressional life a spark from a tug boat and more than Jturnal ib one cf the most interesting feaF. and B. G. Gover. out of him) and at the same time bury for$100,000 worth of property wsh destroyed. tures of that great newspaper. There is considerable depression in the ever any hupe of the republican The Southern Eiwuac, with its May party gainFor 22 tcrm the body of President Lin-coi- n number will cease to exist, having been wool market, though prices are even better ing possesion of our Stato government, as has reposed in a secret tomb to prethan last year. At BoMon the prices range Durham. bought by the Century Company of New from 20 to 39 cents for rough to No. 1 vent its removal by ghouls for mercenary York. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY combing. purposes. Last week it was exhumed on Daniel Jewell, a was the anniversary of hU death, and with that Thet-'choo- l Downton A Fox sold to John B San Superintendent is still wait hanged at St. Louis, and Beu Brown was of hit wife were placed in the vault of the didge, of Lincoln, a 4 year-olcombined ing for the pre'eutions of teachers' clai ins. hanged at Naahville for the murder of gelding at $175; also to Carithers it Beard, Lincoln monument at Springfield, 111. The Senator Rigney was in town Saturday Frank Arnold. Lexington, 2 geldings, 5 years old, for $425. looking freh and cheerful for the onerous outeide case was removed and through the H. P. Cooper, a Lebanon lawyer, was glee thuetj woo had known the martyred f Danville Advocate. labors of legislation nominated by democratic primary convenPresident in life, readily recognized him Sunday was an unpropilious day for tion Saturday to repiesent Maricn in the OANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. and raw but little change in the appearance spring hats and such. Small congreganext Legislature. of the remains. Major William Ooodloe and Mr. Ul- - tions in the mornin; -a- fternoon and night Robert W, Gatewood, a young man of m"re fv rable ill If the Harris men are in the majority in unusual brilliancy, sent a bullet through rich Hopli are seriously caught J. B. Green, the veteran and enterprisin Dix rivMr. F. M Bhumate this county, and we believe they are, they his brain while going by steamer from Nor ing wool buyer is again in the field, paying er one dayjast week two "jumpers," one should make it a point to attend the con- folk, Ya., to Baltimore. GItOUKIl, vention at the Court-Hou- e next Saturday Charted W. Talbott, the Memphis ho- weighing four pounds and the other three the farmer promptly all his product is worth. He has reversed the motto of "great MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. afternoon at 1 o'clock and assert them- tel clerk who stole Fanny Davenport's dia- pounds. John Hamner, tried Thursday for rape, cry and little wool," and strikes for great selves. Gen. Buckner has a considerable monds, has been found guilty and his punwaa held for further trial in the sum of wool and little said. following and they may make an eff.rt to in- ishment fixed at fiye years in the penitenOur postmistress has removed her of $500. Unable to give the bond, he was struct for him, or at least divide the vote. tiary. N. POTATOES, fice to the hou lately occupied by G. M. committed. of them are, we beThe more conservative The latest method to commit suicide Moreland Friday sold to Givens. She deiigns, I understand, opec- Hinman lieve, against making a fight, but that class is to get somebody to cut a tree and let it ONION SETS. Ben Hindi?, of Philadelphia, a fine bay ing a ladies' furnishing establishment imdon't always rule. fall on you. J. W. Middleton, of Jennings, mediately. Thus waiting for the mall is Ind , tried the plan and was killed immedi- gelding 16 hands high and 4 years old, for likely to became a pleasant recreation Few people realize what a monster cor$400. Same parties sold to A, . Gibbons ately. Messrs. Beaxley ti Bradley have been poration the Louisville & Nabvil!e railThe Chief Engineer of the Atlanta A a bay guiding 3 yews old for $175. road company is and what an army of men My Potatoes Xt-Following is a partial list of the stal- making feathers fit in this quiet communiYork Hawkinsville railroad will receive bids at it supports. At Louisville alone there are (Monday.) PaUd-in- e, ty. They take all the beds from a house lions exhibited Mock hiiU voiinImI of the former city till the 4th of May for the Homo, 2,518 rmployes, while on the whole K:ng Eigle and Abdallah Mambrin?, in the morning and return tbem with construction of 70 miles of new railroad in I'ticrlCHM, Iliirlmnk and Itcatily feathers renovateJ, licks lauulned nr.d moro than 15,000 men are em ployed. Countowned by E. P. Falconer; Mambrino Aber Georgia. chinchei warranted dead, in ample lime for ing each man as having a family of five of Hebron. deen, owned by Crit Davis; H. C. Mock's The old and new Rockbridge Alum retiring in the evening. dependent upon him, it will be seen that King Almont; C. T. Sandidge's 8econd Jew Springs, in Virginia, have been purchased I have a Hplcudhl Detection of UTWhj don't Stanford "boom" about over 75,000 people derive their support by a syndicate and will be run this season el; R.Gentry A Son's Gambetta; W. 8. eometmng. You are falling behind the great and splendidly-managefrom this fJanlcu Need", both In bulk aw tl by Col. George L. Peyton, formerly of the Wigam's Bryan; A. B. Bjnte's Djnver age. Efery little town in the West, even concern. Wilkes, Jr; Thomas Robinson's Vermont Lincaster, Crab Ochaid and Dan slaughIn paperH, eiiibraeliiK nil the White Sulphur. i on of Home sort. Please The carpenters' strike at Chicago for an It is said that Mrs. Sirah E Howe, of Hambletonian; A. B. Hutching's Granbv! ter, yoiir-e've- a swell Hustonville would "aiigj lCHt varlctlcR. eight-ho- ur day with ten hours' pay, has Eagleman the Boston Woman's Bank fame, who Isince W. M. Rue's Brandon; Russell, to a queition of privilege" but respect for ended, as it ought to have, in failure. The & Fields' Harkaway; Warren Rus'ePn her older sister ket-p- i All kooiIn Hold at rciiHoiiablu her release from prison has continued in tier in the only concession that they received, after business, has absconded with $50,000 of Judge Rugar; E. II. Meyers' Willie Wilkes; prlceH. several weeks of idleness, was The people on the ncrlh tide of the John Harris' Young Jackson; W. G. Dunn'o depositors' money. Mark Uardln, late of MinlKello Clerk. Onto are boiettng over their little cyclone; that if they did not want to work but eight Washington City has an attack of Sun Aberdeen Clay; E S. Powell's Ericsson, Jr hours a day they could do so at the same day-laDunn's full brother to Maud Men out V.sot is tne prouu pveesir of a fore-i- t fever. The District Commissioners Charles fire that has been do-nits work quietly rate per hour paid for ten hourn' work, and but thoroughly and uiagnifi-entlhave served notice that they will enforce the senger. especthat could have easily been obtained with- old blue laws, which prohibit almost everyGen. 8 S Fry says in response to a ially at nigtil during several dvn Up to out a strike. pecial telegram from Washington City in Saturdar nornm it was reported ns hav thing except church-going- . clever 'old eentleman, Col. Albert the Loulaville 'lima of Thursday evening, itg made clian work ol down limber and Tiiat A party of Mormon elders, on a proeel-ytinfencing ver h course nf ii,i 1 miles, wherein it is charged that Mr. Bsck Uted and unles checked by windav's Gallatin Talbott, who was introduced to tour of North Carolina, has run afoul rain, ha the president as the Kentuckian who never of a snag in the ahape of an organization on the fhor of the United States Senate bv this Urns encroiched on Wet Lmcoln took a drink in hia me, was too mucn oi a which threatens to annihilate the last one that he (Fry) "waa totally deaf and disa- and probably Bjyie bled from active duty or business of any freak of nature to ba permitted to leave if they do not vamoose the ranch. this country, bo Mr. Cleveland decided not Wil- - sort," that he does not btiieve that Senator As George Werner, a teacher in to appoint him to the Austrian Mission, liamsburg, Win , was punishing a pupil by Beck made any such statement. He pays but ha sent Hoc. Alexander Lawton, of beating bim on the wrists with a ruler, the his deafness is of a very severe character, Georgia, instead. boy fell back dead. Werner fled and the the hearing in one ear entirely gone, and against prohibition in farmers are looking for him and threaten- that of the otber extremely defective, so The majority much so that he is compelled to use a trum Michigan is settled at 2,155. Attorney ing to lynch him. A Texas bank sent $1,000 in bills to pet. As to his inability to engage in any Clute, sent by the Prohibition State Central Committee to investigate the charges of the Treasury Department which had holes sort of business, in one sense it ia true; that fraud, has found no evidence of fraud and punched through them for springing tbem. it would be impossible lor him to er?age has given up the search. The next battle They were returned by the department, in any business which required the constant of importance occurs in Texai, with prom with the statement that the mutilation was use of that sense. to the cold water iees of batter euccess a violation of law. RESOLUTIONS OE RESPECT. Judge Jackson, of the United States At a meeting of the bar of Lincoln counA ooon many brides are finding that Court, has decided the important land case ty held in the circuit court room April 1C, 2.IS U I II AVKNVE, marriage is not the tning they thought it of Ciperton and others against Rich and 1887, to take action upon the death cf was, and seek by suicide to fly to ills they others, by which the heirs of the Hon, Al Morrow Judge Fontaine Fox, Judge T. know not of rather than bear those of a len T. Caperton are put in possesuon of presided and the following resolution was distasteful union. Mm, Smoot, nf Topekn, 64,000 acres in Webster county, Va. adopted and directed to be spread upon the us liia H sUssy Jim Bites, the notorious desperado Kansas, aged only 17, is the last of a half order book, and a copy eent to the family doxen recentIy,who have shuffled of! their who it ia said haa killed ten men, was killTHE POUTKAN HOUSE BARBER SHOP- the deceased: ed Friday night in Polk county, Tennessee, of mortal colls at their own hands. II S.-FI- NE Iiaolitd, That the members cf the Lin ii.tK J. jiioju'mi.'s, morn. GOODS by four officers, Bites waa serving a life The meeting gotten up in Liu'umlle to sentence in the Georgia penitentiary, but coin Cmnty liT have learned with pro, Work 'don in the latcit slyli-with KeMDfs I scrrow of the recent death of Judge a'd dltpatcti. Ladles' and ihllureu'a work In boom Gen, Buckner was lacking in both eecaped a year ago, and during his tempo- found Tlte,, membsra and enthusiasm, which even a rary freedom murdered two men in cold Fontaine Fox. Tois eminent and venerable gentleman had lived many years in brass bind could not supply. The general blood. Lincoln county and was for 12 years the Made a npaech and bo did Beyer tl others to UARRIAOES. judge of our Circuit (Jjurt. No one stood fame unknown, after which a resolution endorsing his candidacy wa adopted and the Judge Yarnon united in matrimony higher or was more strongly entrenched in meeting adjourned last week in hia own patent, duplex eclip- the confidence and affection of our people. At the bar he was a brilliant and eucceis The fellowJArensdorf, who has been on tic style. Mr. Joe C. Cain and Miss Judi th ful advocate, on the bench he was a just and trial at Sioux City. la., for the murder o A. Matthews, a sweet six teener. The marriage of Hon. Joseph Barbour, able judge. He possessed in a high degree Itev. Haddock, apiohibitioniet, for 24 days, Judge of the Superior Court, to Mrs, Bailie both talents and learning, but his chief came in one of acquittal, the jury hanging characteristic as a jurist was his inborn 11 to 1 in hia favor, after deliberating 20 Cbenault, daughter of the late Hon I. N, love of justice. No judge ever saw djuity hours. The caie was a peculiarly atro- Webb, of New Caslie, will take place at the more clearly or enforced it moro firmly cious one and haB attracted great attention. residence of tho bride's mother, Mrs. G, Webb, in New Castle, afternoon. Whether sitting at law or in chancery his Four thou'and families aredestitute in 8 J.R. Dill, who hat been a train dis- court was always a Court of Comcience. MAKES the drouth district of Texan. patcher at this place for four or five yesrs, In the course of hia long, noblo and useful Pig Iron Kelly has been In Congreta and Miss Hattie, the lovely daughter of career, spent chitfly in the contentioLs ol 24 consecutive years; Ktndall 24 and Hoi-ma- n M. A Couant, of this place, were married public life, it may be truthfully said that 22. at tho home of the bride's parents Thurs- he neyer made an enemy, nor lost a friend Js ThB Best It is telegraphed from Philadelphia day evening at 9 o'clock. Somerset HerJ. P. Bailey, Sjc'y. young democracy of that city has ald. that the Waterproof Goat You vlll confer a faior on the publisher atid do soured on Mr. Bandall. the proper thing by tending tho amount of your E7CP Made. The farmers tell us that if we have ubbcrlption at once. Miss Fannie Gunn, daughter of a well, aaaaasawMBsavasBassBaatss1U H HA Kaa renuin nlM Iliin t TCB f A "int mnrtMV AM mtm . tf. vwu ktiLpfd win, th bo used n few months before confinement, " V has rain in a week or so, the grass crop of this of Lexington, lutArii nMUKJ-.l"""' iiui w"Vrv enatyouT"Vury IIIt Uio Iiftrdit ihmmiJ iinriaii frin f n itoriii iJ ",'.' Mlfini known civil engineer i nrFD TRADE KIRK. Greco's Electric Oil cures all acbea and palm; jAilcfortlioW8 oiiii inn'i rnuur, end for book " To Jlonians," mailed free. year will surpass that of a number of vears. nnl han !h'rmi br Awn'MUT... fnr ttwrlntlvurUlomnilo A .1 suddenly lost her reason. $niMor$0urnaI NOTES OF CURREN1 ElfENTS. RELIGIOUS. A PHYSICI AIM. I W BALL 9 J. 1. S hard-earne- d i i v ;! er, I R. WALTON, Y. SEED rnll i:rly ns-se- s bick-groui.'- ed w y g 1 s. WALSH, THE TAILOR, rou LOUISVIIalaE, P. - - ' s KY. EXCLUSIVELY. MOTHER sf WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT III TRIEND MSi SI WALL PAPER, SLICKER M Ns s SI M'EOBERTS& STAGG'S kS25?s: a III For sale by Mc Roberts A Slagg at 50c. HnwiniLii Hun'LATor. Co, Atlanta, Ca. TOWKII.OTlMmmVn mt I Stmi-JKlecMalnter- iW1 ran over an old mrn named Thomas Hartley, near New A HAND.SOMF. HMurlment of Hwiea enf mingled him beyond recogni l)nIJrifB receive.! ymlenlay. 0nley A Haven and 70 til n. Ife wan rear of age. Stanford, Ky., April 10. 1887 Urnis The old Preibylerlan church, which Tin: Cjmuierclitl II Jit I M Woulbine came so near being destroyed yesterday, was B. O. WALTON, - UuBtnosu iJunntfor. burned Inst week. Loss about $2000; no built in 1838, but with numerous improveInsurance. ments, it has still somewhat of a modern N. LOCAL TIME CARD. l.S We hate received n new line of braid appearance. - 2 10 r. x. for drew trimming; n nice line o( billions Ull train uolDg North The hridgs acro'H Dry Branch, in PulaaOouth .W15r. m. nlro. Owcler A Craig. 1 14 Aim Kxptesa train" Bouth...... ki county, on the Cincinnati Southern, ........... 1 VI A. M " " Norb... Mips Suwade Ueazley i receiving new which we had the honor of building 11 Th jot Ii calculated on standard Hue, Holar millinery good dally. Call anl examine years ago,wa burned by a fiendish incenmull About 20 mlnuUs X C. LOCAL TIME CARD. diary Sunday. and you'll be bound to buy. ior Journal tir.r.9 Irlnh potatoe tT. It Walton' Titr. ppecinl convict train - .. ' litr Alt address on prohibition will be delivregion ered by Kid, J. Q, Montgomery at McKin-ne- y have signed the ccn'rsct not to atrike for a on the 221 of April, at night and on year and have gone to work. LOCAL NOTICES. county court day in May at 1:30 he will M IiANL'itKnt'tt Garden Seed at l'fnny A The While and Eclpe Hewing Machine speak on the same subject in the courtilcAlietcr'n. can atill be found at Peter Ilamton'rf, Thoe house. A rui.l, linn of fhliini; Uckle of all kind wiahing to buy would do well t aee at Penny A MoAlHler'n. JuixiKMoiiROvr wiites that he has arthem. ranged for the fast train to Somerset to stop Ask your prncer for the Cincinnati Ht Mk. Si'EAiu FisiiKH and family haro at Mreland on the 27ih, so that the kinK Co.'i cracker, nnd ctikcn. county and rented a farm W atchkh and Jewelry repaired on ahor moved lo Car-ein the tml of Wallace Carpenter can notice and warranted by I'enny A McAlia until he can find one to suit him, when he go on it. This will be a great convenience r. will buy. to all interested. Trains lute IlowUn.l atS and 7:15 a. lUturnlng, aul?aalSaud 8.M p. m. m. The striking miner in the Jelllco I -- ii ... - . wit-noP- H Tub member of bicycle club here will The Louisville A Nashville will sell join the Coicago Bicycle League a a pro- round trip tickets to Florence, Ala , at one Uuntkiw, Attkntiom. -- I,o.ileiI Cart, tection, should they caure a runaway or do fare for the round trip on the 21,22, 23, 24 rlduiv, all aizjM of nhot, nt l'enny A Mc damage to themtelve while riding. Ali'cV and -- r, with the privilege of stop over at A coHPLKTK Mock of jewolry, latent and Decatur, Mlt J K Uitut'E tell ii that the farmer any point between ityle. Hock ford watchiM a ipwnalty. Pen- ay A McAliftT. have taken advantage of the lovely spell of Ala., including Decatur. Iteturn tickets wentber and have planted more corn than limited to continuous pssiage on all trains PERSONAL. f alp. These tickets he hs ever known in the name lrrghth of ton days from dat sale for the bant fit of persons are placed on W V Kv'AKd,ut Danville, wh in town time wishing to investigate and perhaps invest Saturday. TitEcattie advertised to be sold at Dr. in Alabama land while the boom is on tUoiKiK Bamiiiiook, of Livingston, wn S. CI. HockerV esle, will be sold regardles in town Hturday. of what they bring a we are bound to have Tin: trial of Sam Dann for selling whisPiior. A. HtxiKiu ami wife went lo money lo pay route deblx. J, F. avd B. (1. ky without license, was had before Judge Friday. HarrcdnburK Carson and a jury yes.erday and he was Mn. J K HiiANnos, of tbo Charted (lover. fined $10 and the costs. Seven jurors heard Stewart Paper Co., Ii in town. Mu Jacob Buell, of the the case, six of whom were for $50, but they C C. Wu.mams, ol Mt. Vernon, a le neighborhood, ha rented the Watt hau'e came to $10 to keep from hanging. The negal luminary, wan horn Saturday. In the west end of town and ha moveJ to groes who were with Diirm testified that the y Mm Jkn.nik Lackct, of Ltncanter, ia It He came hsre first to be treated by Dr got the whisky at a hoiue beyond the sec vV. M. Lackey. the gueat of her uncle, Held and during his alay here he liked the ond toll gate on the Somerset pike, but preMil ii, Vanaiudu.e m, we are glad town so well that he decide I to make it hit tended not to know the name nor the loca lo aay, out again after a four months' ill home tion exactly. That aomebody is selling ntM. Or the fishermen who went from hero to whisky out there is evident, and we trust Mm Mauy Myisim, of the Miller Female College, la vinitlug friendt the Cumberland, Jim 0en and Kph Ows- the county attorney will see that the guilty lure ley have returned, loaded down to the pirty is brought to trial. The prohibition here, who are always gUil to aee her. Mk IIaiihv KA.tr.T in I wife, of Lx gmrds with unusually Isrjn In-- - and ome law must be enforced, inrton, werp n re the last of the week. Mr. C0ggleeye4. Jim ay they caught at lea. A tisit to Porkopotis. Ktney tell tin that his trade in better than 300 pound and had about $3,000 worth of A kun to Cincinnati oyer the Kentucky ever and that he sold 123 000 pound of Kri. The Grst day he caught a 5 pounder has varied the monotony of ye edand his string of 23 for IhM day weighed Central four In the lst week, itor's life since last issue, even though it Cou K Poi.k Johnson, tntnaging ed- 4.' pounds. did not particularly brighten II. Arriving itor of the Cbun'tr Journal, haa gone lo Old Burolaus entered the store room of Mr. recovering T. It. Walton Sunday night and succeeded a' Rowland at the ungodly hour of 4:30 A Point Comfort with the hope of there hi health, which haa been much im- in getting oil with about $25' worth of ba- u. Friday, we found to our surprise that Lmlivllle con, sugar, coflie, knivea and other things. Capt. Henry Clay Farmer, than whom a paired for a unnlh cleverer or more universally popular man Tjme. Entrance wa e fleeted by boring into a eel W'r. had a plemant call last Saturday lar door and raising the wooden bar. The never pullei a bell cord, had provided a Mildred Lewi and Fannie work wa evidently done by scamp wsll ac- special ctr for cur comforl; at least it lookfrom Mio-f- a Hill. They were asking contribution! for quainted with the premises a they had the ed like it, for we were ita sole occupant till tho "vulgar herd" began to file into it at the Cnrix in church, which i under pro-c- m position of the bar .down to a fine poinl. Lancaster, dispelling the delusion. The of erection at Clifton Forge, Va., but There is some suspicion as to the identity of weather was delicious and we were never so their rail war plemant, all the name. the rascals and nothing will bp If ft undone Mu W. 2s Pons and family have ar to bring them to the punishment they de particularly struck wiih the beauty of the Ycli the road passes country through riyed and will occupy for the present the Mrve. than on that balmy April morning is the pretty cottage on Inan avenue, the prop Nevlua. Mr Pott will trty of Mr. M The Board of Kqtialintion raied the as- sun came peeping aver the fertile hills and - entire attention to the putting up sessment on land in thi county 10 per dales of the finest land he ever shone upon, give hifor it traverse from one end to the other of the machinery in the mill, and will, he cent., left town lot a they were assessed The whole and reduced personalty 6 par cent , making the wonderful blue graabelt. iay, be ready for Imainwa by June face of nature seemed to wear a broad smile Juixir. Jameh W. Alcoiih did the a total increase of the county's assessment of gladness to attain don its spring garb of handaome thing n few dty ago by present- $251 Oil. This gives a tremendous amount ing Jndge Morro with a betutiful, but of extra work for the clerk, but a Mr. loveliness and the trees especially looked plain gold watch chain, jut like one that Cooper is a meek and lowly man Le will liko they were bursting their very bud in But suppose glee. The odor of newly turned earth perhe wear himself, a a token of the high ap- saw wood and say nothing he had for Judge Morrow before, Mr. Blain was theri? There would in nil meated the air and carried us back to tho preciation by having probability be some language ued, and hsppy days on the old Virginia farm, passed and which wa only lncrca-Sjmur posibly ought to be, that would raie the without a care or thought of the morrow gone through their lain cnvn. hair on the head of ea:h membir of the under the guidance and love of indulgent et Herald parents, who for years have slept bsneath board like quilln on a fretful porcupine. "locaTma'ttexsT its aod Peace to their aBheel The very The cost of the juries at the late term of memory of them i a fortune an! their herAll kind RrdniHl. r. It Walton. the Circuit Court is more by $300 than we itage of good examp'e a treasure more Oahdkn Heeiw of every description at have ever known it and the Slate rnJ piecious than rtibic-A. A Warren' ModnKOrocery. county got less value received than on any The small grain along the lice, particusimilar investment. The men were for the larly wheat, is looking well, and promises upSitur most art bonet and intelligent citizens A cap. load of convict a bountiful yield, The craze for tobacco day to work on the extension from Corbin. personally, but collectiyely they were as raising has spent itself, low prices and the T Mia, Kvnc Duddehaii i makinu ome crosa grained and impractictble a set as difficulty atlending its production having decided improvements on her reeidence on ever sat in the trial of caes. The judges satisfied those who went into it that it is and the governors have their full share of not only a great deal of hard labor lost, but Lincaater (he responsibility in the failure of the exe- much good money beeides. Thero will, in a We have just received n crate of and cce them. cution of the law, but the juries are often as consequence, be but a small crop put in new shaped goodrjcall much to blame as those dignitaries. In the blue-gras- s section, especially, this seaMelcalf A Fooler ii - every care of importance, criminal or ciyi', son. There is a verr marked difference in veg pipera to ralre money o during the four weeks of court, the juries repair the Prebylerun church were out hung or rendered verdicta that increased e'ation here and in Cincinnati. There the ao hour after the damage, getting a gooJIy the contempt that every man feels for the signs of winter have disappeared but little, number of fignaturen. miserable farce called trial by jury. The while here there are every indication that '" tITjr: trustee of the jury fund, Mr B. G. Alford, the spring has ome in earnest. Although Soweiuet id aiill niitkiiig eiriving not oyer 125 miles as the bird flies, we are to have a boom. The lateet new in that a tells us that the grand juries were paid with n capital atock of J10.0CO $25S; the regular petit juriei $(!G0 and fully two weeks in advance of our less fa lock factory those selected from the bystanders or vored neighbors, whose only real evidence ii to be atarttd therebrought from a distance $410-40- , making a of the springtime ia that the millinerin The Soraeret Jltporter boaita that it grand total of $1,304 40. have blossomed forth in all their beauty, county, Pulaaki, i native county of two of They are indeed wonderful to behold, for the present candidate for governor-C- ol. Ctcloke. A sure enough specimen of never has there been such a variety of colW. O. Uradlev and Hon. F. T. Fox, Jr. Per- that much dreaded and recently very com- ors, shades and tints as are now displayed to haps her"fondot hopea" will be Bomewhat mon meaus of devastation, visited Stanford catch the feminine eye, and the masculine, decayed when Farmer Harria or 8. Bollivar at 8:'2h yesterday morning It came from too, after they have been transformed into Buckner walk cfl with the coveted prizi. a southwest direction and was coUiaed in & pretty Utile bonnet With a fhwer garden on 11, Judge Morrow diemlwed the ju its fury to a rather narrow strip. It struck When the Presbyterian church, renting it in and made lo sit jauntily above the face of rymen, In thanked them very kindly for twain and demolishing about half of its a handsome woman. Oh my, the dear crethe undivided attention they tiau paiu to roof, tore a part of it new fence away; lift- atures are going to look so pretty this hia order and alo for their promptness in ed nearly half of the roofing on the Port-ma- n spring! being on time at ecu ringing of the bell, Cincinnati ia worse "torn up" now than House, a third of that on the First "but," aaid he, "a far what you have Hone National Bank, badly damaged the roof of we have ever seen it, Vine and Third stree'i in malting verdict ia concerned, I have adjoining building, owned by Mr. John csjccially being nenrly impassable. Work Bothinc to thank you for " Thi court will Biugbmau, tore a corner from Walton'e men are digging huge trenches througli eurely go Into Lincoln county' history bb Opera House, raised the root partially on them in which to put the iron work neces ono noted for ita hung juries. Old Fellows Hall and the Inteihoh Joint-MA- sary for the cablo cars, which promise in The Feland case agalnH his neighbor building, took off a chimney from the fivo years to supersede the old horee power for tremasH in removing his lence was be Cjurt-Housblew down numerous tree meanB of locomotion. These trenches are gun, but after progressing Bometimeandthe in the College grounds and played bavoo spanned now with narrow bridges and when Court seeing that it could not be concluded with fences generally. The rain came down he tide of human beings is on the flow the in time, ehut it off and continued it till in a sluice, drenching the unroofed build- tho crush oyer them is both amusing and f!25 nxi court. B O Dover was givn kill- ings, and altogether it was a scary tiuio in- annoying. Already there are several line from tho Cincinnati Southern for the deed. Fortunnlely it lasted but a few sec- of cable cars in operation in the city, and ing of a mule, Judge Morrow pet aside the onds, or many of us would have hunted as they glide along without apparent mo verdict of the jury in the cao of Owens vs. holes safer than those we were in. A great live power, the guileless granger looks on Ware, in which the defendant ol a judg- deal of fencing was blown down in the with admiration and awe. The Paris of ment for $800. Mrs. Ellen Saunden was county and some houses, but no accident to America is a lively place, both in business granted a divorce from her husband, B. O 1 and bad morals, but aa we were for a good life and limb nas been reported. Alford. HtaRR'a. Wa-nt-bu- rg -- Ktandak!) ready miied tiaint: niialilv and ilurability uuaratilied at Mcltibtrt A portion of tho time under the protecting JOE F. WATERS, JOHN V. DAVIB. wing of Bro. II. C. Morrison, we were kept from tho corrupting influences of evil communications. He doesn't drink much and we not at all, since the prohibitionists cut off the supply, and consequently the garDoalorB In dens in which beer grow in all It perfection and beauty, held no allurements for us, e, though a prohibitionist would almost break over when the alternative to slake his thirst lay between a glaai of muddy Ohio river w iter and a foaming mug of Cinclnna ti beer, sparkling and dancing beforo hi longing eyes Bro. Morrison was looking A Big 8tock of Brand New Goods and "quick sales and small profits", is a little thin after hii two- - month' cam, 2. our motto, The iiatronge of prompt paying customers, only, is paign against the devil in those wicked yer respectfully solicited. towns of Winchester and P. ris, but he was The'attention of the laaies caps cially is called to our large line of beautiful the whole-joule- d, jilly, unhypocriticsl and Glassware. unsanotimoniou christian that we have always found him, ready for any kind of fun, On provided it is of an innocent nature the 24th he will begin u revival at his (Cincinnati New Orloana and Toxas Paolflo Railway.) church at Highland, a beautiful little hamlet sitting away up on a Kentucky hill to New overlooking Cincinnati, and on the lGth of Cuba, May he goes to Chattanooga for a several weeks' seigewlth Sitan. His reputation as an evangelist is widening and extending, CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. and he ha more call to the work than he IlKAO JMW.N. ltK.I VV. can possibly fill. Liter on he will gi to rKAINIHUUTH. TK A I N SN Oltril. No J. No. 5. No.l. "No. 6. itv, 7. fto 1. So. 4. Warrenton, Va., where he has agreed to No. 8. STATIONS Dallr Dallr. hold a meeting nnd endaavor to stir the Dilly. Kx. un Dally. nally. Ex 8un Dallr. Dilly Dally. Virginians up to thinking les of politics 7 65 a m 4 03 p ro s 10 n m 7 55 a m t?e. . InclnnaM ., 'rv 6 42 p in 10 25 am 6 40 am 5 00 pm 4 30 pm 7 27am 4 ;5 a ueorKetown and the repudiation of the Statu debt and 10 02 a m 7 05 p in 10W pun 10 51 a m in 2 01 p m U'Xliigtnn 1 13 p m 10 11 a m 7 3 p in u ?o p in 1130 a m p in 'Mini 4 05 a in i1 04 p m more abont Christ and Him c rurified. 3 51 p in C27am f333a in Nlctiolflivllle 10 13 a m 8 02 p m 11 41pm 11 SI a in 12 31 p in 11 08 a in' 8 tip in Harrodsbiirt; Junction.. 3 15 p m t5 47 u in 12 28 p ui On the return trip with Capt. C E Mc- - 1120 am 8 5'Jpm tTxj'aTu 12 47 p Hi 3 12 p m 5 DanrlllB a in 2 JC a in 12 12 pm 5 20 a m 2 45 a m l.'O' 3 02 p Junction City Carty, a new nun, but a good one, an ac II Ma m1 910 p m 12 f 3 Bin 2 12 p in pin Klrijs Mountain 3 25 p in 10 42 am i"33p"ia TiTiTi'ii I 20 p m cident happened to the engine about two 12&0p m,., 1 20 a m Somerset u ou a in 6 30 a m 7 30 a m 10 43 a in .OnkiUle MCOpin 6 05 a ia miles this side of Paris, which came near 3 03pm .. B 15 p in ., 8 23 a m 825 Am 7 10pm ChitUnu,! A 10 p in 1 30 a mi,. 12 50 am Birmingham ,10 15 a m resulting seriously. Wnile putting in 0 51 p iu 6 (H a m , 911 p m Kuiaw 6 20 am 12 3'J a lil G 40 p m some of hpr best licks, the bar which con 7 40 p ml, 3 15 a in Meridian 7 35 a in 3 00 a m , 10 40 p m New Orleans 800pm necle the two big driving whpel broke and 12 55 a in ... Meridian .. , 235 am the end flying around tore the fireman's 7 30 a in .. . . 73)pm C 45 p in .. ,.l ........ side of the cab into kindling wood and dam 13 a in .........EliroTcport. . 7 10p in ... T. Junction 7 59 am aged the tender considerably before she No 9leaTca()ikJil8lillyox(vpHuaUy. i 5 II a. m, Arriving at Cnattaniwi at 9.15. No. 8 could be brought I ) a xtand still. Luckily learw Cbattanooja at 3.0J p. u., arrlrmj at OikliltG tip. st. for him be was stoking the fire nt the lime, Mann Uouilolr Kufldt 81oplng Cars on all through trains. else we woull have had to chronicle the JOHN C. (MULT, tlen'l Manigor, II roLI.HI'.W, Gcn'l Frt.A Pass. Act., Il.CAKitOLI.,Je-i,l'up'.R X. I'.VAN, Asit. den'l Frt. A Past. Agnt. the death of another unfortunate fireman. W. W. WKLLd, SujHjrlntendent, Somerset, Ky. Alter half hour's delay, we proceeded with General Offices. 8t Paul HullJInu, West Fourth Btreet, Cincinnati, Ohio. only the front driver working, though at stations where there is the least up grade, much difficulty was experienced in starting the train, as the wheel of the engine ! would fly around without moving an inch; WATERS & DAVIS, MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. ... STANFORD. KY. Queen and Crescent Route. Shortest and Quickest Line South East, Texas, Orleans, Florida, South West. . -- 111 . . aSTE3"W- FURNITURE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. JEW 1DVKRTIKS8KRTK. WANTED, Wanted, WANTED ! 100.000 POUNDS OF WOO J,, At tho highest cuh price by 321-t.l. pt. A. T..Vl'.V.VBI,W5J', bunlonl, Ky, MIW. II. Ii. STEGEI6 NO. 112 EAflT CUE8TNUT STREET, LOUISVILLE, - the KENTUCKY, to article A ctlto her prompt and pertonal attention. 220-l- trial ! thelsillfa' purchalni: a asen Any thin? from to wedding outni win re ainallMt aollclWd. Formerly of Crab Orchard, offers her ssrtlce (. TRUSTEE'S or SALE ! VAIiUAKLE COAL I.AXIKS IN HARBAN COUNTY. Will iilwnyH hnye on liuml a large nnd Heleot line or Furni. ttire nnd (Iiulertnlier'ri Uoods. My nrlceH will bo iim low tw mick rooiIm can be boiiKht In tlie cKIcm. Giro mc n trial nnd yon will be convinced that I ncll lower than Hie lowest. lt. HKy vlrtuo ol i deed of Irmt ixecutod to me as trustee by the (touUrd Lost Oil and Mining Company, WarlDg dite the 1st day ot June, 1878, 1 will sell, on WEAREPJ THURSDAY, SI AY 10TII, 1SS7 ,. a a kit Irt ikar vsna- tn Tirt nalilrant w "" !'"avr m .S 1 All in U III. si l" sd At time . of MalonnJ tho balnnco within thirty aays . . il.. sJA.l.1l. T.l. l.'.nhanna i.mhwj inereilHCr, m iuw iuriui i"amoi No. 47 Commerce itreft, Norfolk, Virginia, to the t mmRi, Val d !..! vri hlRhtftt ra bidder aat public auction, nil that certain a ileAtl. peil ItuftteU In Uarlan cpuntjr In tho State of Ken tucky. Oil 1 lie I'oor ro 01 me vuiiiwiiauu latitude 37 Jcgrc1, longltulo si tlegreei. ami h.KvInn I nt t.n...in.i .H.I .inayvlttAt In ilil i1wl at thrt (iiuplf, bl.ick oak, aud chestnut) trees i h siamunc on a ut uu mo tuwph nnrdi "1.931 iii- -i tl.Mni.lH .iinnltiiv hnnid nnmi a to stake, thfuce north 6) deg , east l,0JI polen to ....In 1 r.in nntm tn n atalm tlltniHi Kllltll tOd'g.. wfat 1.U2I poles to two tuar tree?, tbeno norm ..ou jieB iu i'. j w uj,iuuih. wu thousand acres of land, and Mleved to be fullHCnfnjl nf lh mult TllliatllnilUalllT Itld ctasltle to m.ning JO ttX S. TCCHKIt, , ti I f Mf fair tha llil mri. ..!. io lUv 22I-- t. Leigh Bros. 1 Phelps Auctlcnecn. Arusit-ud. lil. Mei-kin'- N - Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road OCULIST, Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, BRODHEAD, ky. s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Has bad an experience of over Tfteen yean, and Picket FenciDg, &c. Our Stock of Ve haa successfully treatrtl huudrels of cases cial attention IsrIti'U to the treatment of all is larger and more complele than ever beof the eyes. Name and address ol patients hides cured given on application If desired. fore, from the cheapest to the best. s renresenied. Prices All of work PUBLIC SALE ! suit the times.guaranteedsll you as good vehicles tas Wo can Having roU my lirni, I will sell to the h'ghest any dealer or liinmifiiudiror and lor as littlo money. bidder on Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. 1SS7, HK.I.S.UUlMiETT, PhsetODS, Sash-Blind- Spe- 220-C- WEDNESDAY, AIK. 20, At my horn ist Turnerirllle. all my stock, farming utensils, de,, consisting of 3 horses. 1 pair ol two year-olmules, Cor 8 good milk cows tha most of them baio calves, about25hesd of one snd , two.years-oldstcersand heifers, one. half Interest In a good thoroughbred bull two yeara old, 25 head ut good hegs, 1 reaping machine, 1 mower, 1 wagrko, 1 Albion soeJer, 1 hsrrow, 2 ons, all In good condition, carriage, double set of harniwsand pole, I buggy and harness, plows, gear Ac, about SO barrels of corn, soino meat, coal, house and kitchen furniture, I) acres ol knob land. Hale to commence at 10 o'clock. two-hor1 J. H.GREEX.AKt., IIiiHtniiTllIe, Ky. WEAEEN & MENEFEE. OLIVER, PLOWS! 217-t- d iiociiEii, s.a.Turnersvllle, Ky. Always on hand and I CM IPfi JCLIOU POAI fur ilellrery. (live bUAL. trial. (217 ready mo a lm) T. L. SHKLTON, Uowland. STEWCOMB HWTJEF, MT. VERNON, KY. n This old aud Hotel Is still maintaining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the traveling public .It. V. .Ml IV CO 11 II, I'ro'r. Mt. Vernon, Ky. L Is si ill tolling tho old reliable OLIVER, and alto haa an improvement tha, wv. AYnia. JAS. O, OIVKNB, Notary Tablle. is dostined to make it much m ore popular than it has ever been, Don't buy a pump until you seethe BUCKEr ELEVATOR, and!for"out-tin- g AYRES& G1VENS, JEWEL and ECONOMIST boxes buy tho SECTION CUTTER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RANGES, NEW ARIZONA C00K STOVES, &c. 311 Fifth Street, AIbo a general line of Hardware, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Flue tiling, &c. - ICY. W B. McKlNNEV. ) Itooms 3 and S, Cromle IllocV. w. ix. xiiOGirv (IM.ly ) wHulllM rmrmmii.MuwjmjSm " "im - . ,"" . '? J " -- " )yg, T-- 'yg unj&mfaparimi mts m 'rf'mwm,jifmmnKrFmf,v. y w...Wtj, MmrwMBaf,-?ff,',y-r- ' jT Y Stou-8Htehl- fi yj Interior Sternal Refo'med Burglar. Oa 017 dirCWgfl from prison I found (he ray open to me for lr.h rHinae prealer tven than the one I hd committed. My father hid died while I m etill lo pri-oand my mother had tntrrieii again. I fjund ajf former prisou aocia'e waitine for me p in a Urge city. We formed n twiner-hiin crime which lasted oetrly (even year, ie. during which we perpetrated over 50 In none of these we were detfe'ed, Jherjgh eeveral times we had narrow and I was once arrested, charged with with an offence with which I had no con section. Fortunately for me, the real criminal, a ttnn of whom I had no knowledge, wa discovered, and I wan discharged from custody. Way, then, did I cease beina kurglr.r and become on honest ami'' I hnd een mora thin ordinarily "iicce'siul In iny rriminal creer, and had, cave in my 6rt rrime, committed when I tvas a novlca in the btiriner", escaped ail punishment for my violation" v law Ton i how the change cum abntt. Omnijjht a. I an in room readme the Inst ay camber of a popular monthly magazine, omething that I perused eet me to think iog. It was a story in which occurrel the rxpreflsion that in the lontr runjn man, oth er things heini: iq'ial, could make nnre bv hanet than iiisl)onet work. I atopped reading and endeavored tn (Mil to mind the amount of mr gain. I had no trouble in doing so, being afaiated'by fall notpa that I ept in cipher of my own designing. 1 had never fully contemplated the Ulster before, hut now, with pen and paper, I 7nt the whole subject before my eye. Not jonnting my firat burelarr, I found that my hare of all amounted to about $21000, or ae&rly $3 000 a year. At that moment I hnd as the entire prf fi a of my profession, he sum of $210 in cash, together with a sir stock of clothing and a watch that I lad bought, for I was too shrewd to wear ne that I had stolen. I was not addicted )o drinkine, emblinir, or other of what I xay call mall vice1, but my expenses in traveling, in o'uding detection and in feelf the law had bern ing cerlftin ctli'tr been able lo do beavy, so that I had much mere than to u ntain myself in a regarded way that areithrr luxurious Ibe body nor comfortable so far as the miod iraa concerned. I wan always unsettled ard ronstantly in fear of litre1. I was never tore at night when 1 went to bed that I ahould not before morning be in irons and tn my way to prison. Besides all this, I aad had a great deal of bard physical labor to perform, and was often oblige 1 to spend lours in all scr'.s of crimpd and otherwise ancomfortable positions. Three thousand dollars a rear! That was all. I knew that I bad the ability to make Much more thn that sum at honest work, and that, too, without such weir and tear of mind as I hud endured for eeven year-1- , lo my nothing of my term of imprison o, bur-slare, when you are gone. She will walk three blocks out of the wav to get a peep at her beau, and then pies by without looking at him. She will talk with you two hours without boing able to repeat a word you have -- ud, but will know how long you have worn your duds and how many buttons hv lost their grip. She will attend churrh, listen ( with absorbed interest to eloquent and pathetic sermons, then return borne and expatiate upon the horrible fit of Miss Snow's new Bucilen's Arnica Salve. Ths beat Salve tn tho worlit lor Cuts. Urulics Botm, Halt Khcura, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and allBkln Eruptions, and positively euro Piles, or no pay required, I, Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monoy rtrunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by the truth. A McAllster. We have been acquainted with her for a Penny Wonderful Cures. lorg time and watched her pranks from Vi'.V, HoytA Co., wholesale and retail Drug-gtj"pigeon wing" and afar, seen her cut the or Home, Qs., say: "Wo have boen selling knocK the "back step" in the back jatd, Vt. King's New Discovery, Klcctrto Hitters aud when she thought she had no spectators, Hucklon's Arnica Bat to for two years. Uavo never handled goods that sell as well, or gtvo such but still we don't know her. she is big enough to swing universal satisfaction. There have been some From the time wonderful cures effected by these medicine Ir.thlt on the gate and tie a ribbon inadouble bow city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption knot she begins to locate a sweetheart, and have been entirely cured by the useot a lew botshe keepi Ibis up until he is located in the tles of Dr. Ktcg's New Discovery, taken In connecguarantee thorn Bitters. bick yard exercising his talent dissecting tion with ElectricTcnny A Wo (1) McAllster. always. 6old by stovo wood. An Enterprising, Reliable House. She may be n little dull on mathematics, Penny McAllster can always be rolled upon but invariably solves the problem of putnot only to carry In stock the bast of everything ting a No. o foot in a Xo. 3 shoe. but to secure tho Agency for such articles as hare She will wear O'U twj old diesecs runp merit, and aro popular with the peoning around trying to find out how to make ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of being always enterprising and ever reliable Having a new one in the latest style the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's breik thu point off her brother's She wi'l Now Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a knife ratkinc a crack to peep at strangers )oMtlve guarantee. It will surely cure any and Thtst powder uover varies. A marvel ol purllj when thy come yisiting. every atlectlon ot the Throat, Lungs and Chest, strength and wholennmomus. More economical S'io will greet jou with the most bewitch and to show our confidence, we Invite you to call than the ordinary kinds, and can not ba solo competlton with the multitiidoof low lest .short nd get a Trlat ltottle Free. (I) in fmile and laugh at your stupidness weight a urn or linospuau- - pow icr. oiiioniy lu The Girls of If there is anything we know lesi about than we think we do it is the girl, and of this the girl is. glad, for then is nothlnc he hates to ba known about her so bad as ts I ii "" TUB COMMNED 8TALUON, SECOND JEWEL. This fine, combined slablou will make tha season of 18S7 at my stable near, Bhelby City, In n county, on the Shelby City, A Knob Lick Turnpike road, at IJa-coi- $5jho Season, or $20 to Insure. "'.'." a lu.fl J Keela aal (Jrtorral llH.INrL. a'J....I.. ' JAAH Vlart,ririH,,M IU.1 Uf." ?... !" ,,"' "! Car.lvlUuTalliM NOIlnnir Trlrcrapkr, abo.i .SO. lV.ll.ln Commercial Collegeof Ky.Unlrersltr.'.v 1J. Tne tneapestana ntst Buslasss College In the il .TC i. llti.f H.l J Mf J.I ..". yrl "e" llUrlr!.llaWMrH...,m.tllL'. ininir himii. nairr... o POWDER Absolutely Pure. IIOYALIIAKINII lOfi cans. t'OWDKt I , Wall Street New York STALL When llaby wa sick, we Rare lierCaslnrlt, Wlien she m a Child, she cried for Castorla, When alio became Mh, she clung to Castorla, WLca she had Children, she c;ve them CastorU T1IK FA SI V .slUI.E l"N, Wallace foaldidMayl, IT'l lS'-- Denmark Will mike the season of J8ST at my stables on Hi pike leading from Slsnlord to Crab Diehard. 1 miles from the latter lar llelglum was brougtit fruu Ohio nl an I is now i,. He Is f, Knnnau a ImwuIIiii: dapple gray, beiry iiimie and tall, of good style snd action, and hss proven lilmwlf n g'ol breler, his colts been srral ol James. hating A K k.pt for stallions William who ''.iilr hare his rolls, are referred to. Thejaek, Mogul Is U yiars old. blaik. with t SS'Ja'ttiMuv'n l.lrrVolt. llels tol wall uo.e, wss s're-- l by a Msdls.ni jark. I blaik, M Lands II Indira lilnli. He was sited by know tho sick, but ki.ow he Is a good mule don't Jack Caldw.H's Young lllsck Hawk, lie by Velocipede lllsdam was lllaik Hawk, be Is .iikk and a goche by lUibertion s Sampson, lie by Imp, Mam- breeder. moth, llls'dam wss br Stlll's lll.irk Hawk, Il'aikllawk Is a soli I blaik, 4 yeas old, 11' secolid dsm was raised by stiles Maxwell and wss bandihigli, will shuw ih.s spn g fe Is lait spilng am very fin mules an tuitxrlett jack. Money due when tho.rnlt foalid nr ni.r. ailid with Llru tetalued on all The horse will stand at rolls till srasoii i barges ire paid. Pasturago wlllbe funililiKl at reaiinable rates (410 (o u IOiIiijhoIiI Patting w.th mares Irniirnure 4 months The Jaiksal (Js fo Inmilf t Shelly City, Kt Id Mare Iradtd with or luui.d i tTioski runner I i. Hie I I ' i ..It stand good ise in ini. i ,. . " it y i:it. I)Bctii'Tlon AKuPKOIiiaKK Second Jewel is a blooil bay, with blark mane and tall, IS hands J Inches high, with One style and adlnn. He Is ' Cunning-ism's years old this spring, was strrd by Jewel, he by the famous old Washington Denmark. First dam, Minnie, by McDonald's llalcoro; second dam by Wells' Ciusader; third dam by a son of Davy Crockett, fourth dam a saddle inarn, pedlgreo uukuowu. Mr. II C larrln's Old Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, wst a premium animal from a colt up to an aged mare. Second Jewel hss been shown 31 times and worn the slick tie 31 times defeated only threr times. will atst stand at the same stable, Ibe Ane yoiingjack, Hn.llf-.- ..rBnN.r . u. i Kll.r.la.a.lpe.VrllU, ," .r....fot ,,i;,u. Kt s4 AM) 2 JACKS, BLACK HAWK, -t forli-lta'll- i i. T.s.i.Munm:, Insure roll ' II. K. TAYIiOK, Of LOO AN COUNTY. Is Candfdstc or the office ofSuperlDtendsnt of Pii'dlc Instruction, subject to the Democratic State Convention. baque. ner She will go to the table, mirci over tbe delicacies with the most fastidious taste, then slip hick h the kitchen and eat a raw MAl.Nsr., ItlClUlOMl. KV. potato Soe will wear out her best pair of shoes B. dancir.g all dot, then attend a bail at night For a good Table of practice. and cDmplain of bsing out And clean and well furnished roomi, till Hotel She will spend all n'lRht writing a care hai no superior. Good sample roonii attached. 2iJMy J.'OOpcrdsy. fully wordel letter, in the most precise hand, to her Sitnoo Suggs, then cratch eff a page to her sister that old Harry couldn't read. LONDON, ICY. She will ba tbe mast devout creature oi F. B.RILEY, Propriotor. earth, and hate the earth that Sallie Grimes walks on. Tlmrottjclily ltcMintntcil unit Itrfur-i- i She will ba industrious and economic! Is tied tliroiiclioiit, I'nrc for a month, then spend her swings for a anil rsiiHOiintilo prlvoi. Itny nml night met by polite rot-terred ribbon. of tlili Sha will slouch around the htipe for a popular House. week miking prepirationsio lookfneit on Sunday. Sae will dirt with all the best young msn in the neighborhood and finally marry some good forncthip. fCastroville (Trx ) The Photographer, Anvil. Is rich mahngony bar hjnds high, heary mano and tale, is atrlrtlv flue and Inner, Is both a ustural and p rasaut sad dler, brieds fancy, and a tuorn uniform lreeler of saddlers can not he found tin Is high. tall style on loth sides tolhe third cenrtlon, is backed up by tborough'brcds on both sidns, making blm serv active and sprightly In gait. In firm and finish a ported model, lie was sired by the noble Sutup'.er Denmark, his j (,o.lUrd's Demnsrk, be by (Jslnn A Cromwell's Denmark, h by the rnra horse Denmark, he hr Importeil llelfird Ills 1st dam was sired hj Sir Wallsee, hn bjr aliacss, hebj .Sir Allrt ithi.rough-breil- ) secoud dam by Vlrgtolus (dam ol Vlrgiiiltis thorougn-bretli he by tho lelebrated IaMii,s Wnip. 3 dsm a tliii mire Will make the scuon f IS17 at mr Itrni, li miles from llustonville, near Caipeuler's station, and wilt be permitted to serve mires ji ERICSSON, JR '" l. 9 WILLIS HOUSE, by Traoby, Is by I. r lesson .'. In 2 wllit,) by Mrmbrlno ( hie', by Mfiubrluo Paiiii ,u-- dsm th dam nl (.oliah 2 SO. Ills ill. slixl 22 and his daughters are tbe Jams of IS in the 2 3j list. , Kilcswn is half brother to l.rle, record d 2 at a four year old and tuld lo IWtft lUtnner m thakage lor lO,(x). 1st dsm bv I to-- iK- - by old Pilot slreol Pilot, Jr., (Win J ' list) Pilot aire! ttietWmsof Jay l.ye 2 lu; Maed S. Nulwo.l 1 Is", and 21 list MembriLo Chief slrwl auy Thocn III the Urtgnoll LHsVa, WowliMid Memt'rlnu 2;W',, Flsks MatubrtM Chief 2.2CH. ,UJ Htnrr Pilot 1TS, Membrlnu Star 2 "' My Aneslallion, Wslch will mske theseaMin ISj; at my 4are, known as the John I..,y o' Thurmsn farm, l(Hilfe from "hrlby lily si..t Iwlwrenth SUtifurd A DaNVlll d I'anvllle A llMiioatlllc TurnplkM at WELCH. TO re, 2 20 2.'., 810 ol INSURE A LIVING COLT f: 2JI. Money due when J. WILLIS, Proprietor. 910 tlic Nchmmi or Miiro 91.0 a Living Colt. to In. I'' bands high, and weighs 1,200 lbs. llels a horse that recooi mends himself eren If be In I bo lkrn Hut iosseilng the bltal that he dors sliusikt wake IiIm oneof the uratnlesl sulllous in Keulueky. -- !. vlrc lee w, t 27, North ntar'.'.K'i. Lrlruon. )r , Is a smld bWrk rk, oe mire part toll Is wlih. Welih Is high aad wu slrd ly hauls SIIIIiii Wei. a, iam day, hr frank Hoifor.l Ir uf CkMkni, 0nd dan, I Jo Moner, XI dam by (.ray Ijigi bofw He hss svseraleoll that ar or Bh. (ind sir and style Ha tivmls large and Is a lure foal (etler, and Is of kind dlsltlon. A h.lr ran drli ilty. He was nerer bsndM a day (or him la speed but shows guud tlulliHg a. Ilea fll rrcrlJrt Mr committed ton y are and hrerdla,' will (truss fur. lih d at personal attention reasonable rate, to be paid for before the reiuov olmaies No responsibility f..r ai- Uents or opts Parting with msrrs f irleils the Insursnee .T. l?lu10 l.NSL'UE A .MAKK IX ro.VL nelgh- Parting with or mo ring mi re out ol lbs lorhood reii'lris money due. Will als.) I STEELE CARPENTER. iulJ MESSENGER CHIEF, JR Jr. Flr-it-du- ti a. JE. II. FOX, - - - - YHXt. my resolution was taken and morning I was on my way to a remote sext fart of the country under the name that I jow bear. With my $200 and $150 more lhat I ob.ained from the sale of my watch, 4 bought a small business that was for eale, and became a citizen of a thriving town. Reading induced reflection and better prin riples were developed in me, and little by little the idea downed upon me that it was iy duty to make restoration, and I began to nve money with that objct in view. . I cannot without danger of revealing my identity, eive any further particular) of my tife. Suffice it to say that I am now nearly fO years of aire, that I have restored over (15,000 cfitoien money and that I have the rest in safe keeping ready to give it back bs I won as I can 2nd the lawful owners fcave retired from businesa of my own, but 1 hold a responsible position in a first-clatstablishment with a salary of over $1,000 a jear and am. I beliave, respected by all. That night ss deference, "if you pleace I would like to know your name." "Did you not see it on the letter." "Patdon, ladv, I never learned to read. Mine hat been a hard, rough life." "And for what reason, my good man, A South Carolina woman has a record of would you know my name?" "Because," answered tbe old tar, looking jeyenteen children in nine years of married s up honestly, "in a storm at eea, with danger is folly to say that the bitter life. It 8TANFOHD, KY. all gonp out of southern beirtej nfore mo,1,! would like to call tbe namo of show that the brightest thing I'd ever seenjin my life. OtllLu South side UslD Stree', two doo wd little strawa like the abm Thcr&'d be sunshine in it even in tho dark-ties- v. ov ths buyers Hotot, Mtrous Oxiu. (ji adulnlitered wtic jaeome lociUties thecitizms are preparing I l)U III.. -- Puck. air another war feel-jjha- The Most Northern Railroad. Last month the northernmost railroad in lie wo'ld was comple'ed viz , from the to tha ton ol O'eib tg (Ut. liwo ot decre north ) on the Btllic shores of ?inhnd, wiierrby lhn lown is placed in tointnunicAlion with the capital of I.iissift wd thrt rest of E trope. Tne line jiiu com-jetein undoubtedly one of the mist in the world, tl e ensineering by running water and lakes with which the wholo of FinUii 1 is inter kc.h hsving been very great, while it ruus rou;,h aiaa of the coldest regions of the jglobe, the thermometer sometimes falling to 70 degress below freezing prim, accom jitnteJ b7 the moit terrific snowstorms The future working of the line cannot fail oiAni inttreH to railway engineering. Tae length of the line -- brjad gauge -- juit fioisbed is 270 miles and its cost is 1,022,. & iOO, being X3.S0O per mile- -a very low both that are; but it should be fend and labor are cheap in those pnrU. 1,100,000, bo that The estimated cost wn there u a saving of 83,000. The opening 44 this important Kjssian railway was by the greatest enthusiasm on the of the population, who assembled to art itne.'H an event so exciting and novel from ail parte. It will lfl ,iave lne eQcl of peniog up the enormom fir forests in the min-a- l aorth of Finland, as well aa valuable depoaita there, which Inve hitherto lain dormant from this want. W-u- Great Clock of Trinity. The clock in Trinity church tower, according to statements in the New York Meicury, is the heaviest in America. It might eeem that in its construction ,an effort bad made to ascertain how much metal could possibly be planted in a clock. Tne frame stands nine feet long, five feet high and three feet wide. The main wheals are 30 inches in diameter. There are three wheels la the time train and three each in the strike and tbe chime. The winding wheels are formed of solid cistings, GO in- ches in diameter and two inches thick and are driven by a "pinion and arbor." On this arbor is pi iced a jick.or another wheel, pinion and crank, and it takes 850 turns of this crank to wird each weight up. It re quires 700 fe. of three-in- ch rope for the three cords and over an hour for two men to wind the clock. Tbe pendulum is IS feet long and oscillates 2) times per min ute. The dials are eiht feet in diameter, although they look a little more than half (hat siz) from Broadway. The three weights about S00, 1 200 and 1,500 pounds res pectivtly A large box is placed at the bottom of the well that holds about a bale of cotton waste, so that if a cord should break thn cotton would check the concuss iou. The n old reco d 'l.'li; Mess nger Chief sired Maud dallah Pilot slrnl Pickanl eoiiniln ami is alio a good Jernet Jark. He Is lVj hands high, tiesrlv black, with niisly foil.le.1 il I'SI. 1" hands high. It lUf itnts aad general wake up 1st c ass by Mesrenger Cblrf, 1st itiiu by Vermont 1 K. H. I'OWKI.I., dam by Imp Scythian, 3 dsm by Houuer's llrsy .", milfs from Hustonslll, on the HuiUnT.i Kagle I dam by Onstott's Telrgranh tils sir MefstngerOief, 1 In i 3J list, by Ab A Lltierty Turnpike tos.l, L'neoln .nnty, Ky dallah Pilot, dam bv MatnLrlno Messenger, 2 dam by Mambrino Cnlef, 3 dam by Imp. Nsxlvn; i dm by Temml; Mneteoger Chief slre.1 Msud ia . Marvel i i ISui?)a. .anil man 4 .. MMinLr. 2 ..,..-....- , otners uratineii to win fame on tne tun. I nder llul - A.TMt.Vol A AMallah Pilot, by Alexandii's AUlsllah, dam No. .t.ll StandarJ will stsnd It'un.llns, by Mainbrlnt Chlf; s.rond dam (IVvm At., Hint's dam, 2. Jl! ) by Parker's llr.wn Pi.,t MY 1'lXll JACK, MvIaliHOY, He has At If to n Hie tame cvodllhins as al.r a superior prosen hluisll to r,.ler. having jirodurt'l some ol lh tot mules In this and I I gnod hatred rS. llelsby VsMri.l.l, Ulk,HJ, Lyl's Jennet At lh Mur ple wlilaiMsauinJmy Jse o I m th W 1 1.11 a M nine Urms i. t.K, lmMleI J.i, hands higher, tad out of at i a annum it i:y:i.Kji.ix. t-- SILVEK KING uill Wlllinske In et sill Turnpike from Maulwid ttynn . mit ilsl ,.oe oj the Maniurl aui Huston At $10 Iti IiiHtiruu UiImi; Volt. llels 4 years eld. I bands hl'ti.abMiinful li.scoiiy bsy, a ih due uime ami .si, aud a iLoleland a nsluril saddlobMse. 1 ...... ARTHUR SIMS, .'FiQ r irlc 'JT m 2 Is1,. lUI Jim P.ys-hk'- 3 yar auville, Ky. Frames Mario to Order. STANFORD to LAUNDRY, STANFORD, KY. Shirts 10 Our prlwi for washing are as lol'ows 15ccnts: Collars rcr Joz 2 cents: Cuffs perdoz. 2) cents; Handkerchltfs iY, to 5 cents; Nlgbi, Hhlrla 10 to 1 cents: Under enlrts S cents; Drawers 5;centi; Neckties 3', cents; Vists IS to 2) cents; loais 2tciosi; ranui) to7 cents; socks s to a cents; Caps Sccdu, Towels S cents per piece or 2t tents perdoz. Ladles' List. Dresses 2c to II; Skirts i" to 73 cents; Chcmlso 10 to 50 cents. Family washing done at U5 cents, which Include) all but white shirt, sktrts, counterpane and dresses, which will be charged 10 cents etch Terms Cash when goods are delivered Goods will becallel fjtS-lm-.l for and delivered free of charge on th- S'aifrd lfamhle-tectaTwo miles fr i Ian as'-Alexander's AUIaltah. by dim Katie Darling. Alexander's AUItl-la- h Ouldimilh Maid III. Ibwallnd t il',. TWENTY DOLLARS THE 8EAS0N slnd Ihorsdtle 'iKJ,i M'Jor Fdtall 2.W; Hi. Klmoie ;.30 11 also sired Almoat, Ilelaota, ) or of return In H icsurawr. Knelby Chief, together with tbe dams of Jerome With prlrllege Kddy 2.IRU, Katie Mldlletoo til, 1MII Thundtr n. Knox, It9 he by Arthur Sims Is liy 2.25V, elc. Ills dsm was loidy Arthur, by Hern. Ar MtwiHiiger Chief Jr . will mik Id piesent iwr. by Msmhrtna lloun-ollilel, by MsmMIno tonal my place I1, miles irum lluilonnile on the Paymsiter.An. Arthur Sims lIshlefbij, if--', bauds, a ilrsdfardiville plku,t smail blsir, right hind loot white, fle.l in H1?. He Is a handsomely finished colt and rd to stay. 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Hebastxi-- baixllrd a little and promt wen He combines the strslus of the handsome lllsck Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted Hawk and stout Mambrino Cnlel families, and is a patturtd at (2 por mouth, desirable stock horse, and on his sire's (Id trafia with. Mam i will but I will not be rcspotislt.1 fur artideit twice lo Imp. Measeuger and twice on nu dams 11.11, IX. K. It side. HustoUTijIe. Mares kept in any m inner dnlred, at owners T.A.KI.KIX.Ky rlik. My Stalllun, Lancaster n, 1 snger2.IC,. Mes J&S3? TuX.JbJ3ET sirrslby Hubble's Denmsik. knsss mlin Time irsttlsui, Molll Mounts, by I ihhi's Islington senmddamby Voung Aweil.a he y Taylor a M.rriiaei third dam Mil ei . I'm a'kwhi.h gins lnw a dautde tiuasof tha Iwai awldie ilw t hi the worlJ. fourth dsm by John llluiil, on (.' rare honesofblsday, tidh dtu by Waxy the ff ke at Wl alto stand at tbesim p'a-- my hae Ja k e STEVE WALKER. Mor-rtl Lit In f olt iuor wheu mare la parted with II ! a hrown js.k with whit iuits, rrarsold In lun full i hsiuli high ll was sir e.1 by Alsin s King William and he by King Phillip first dsm Ma. k latin Janio-- t sheis sired by King Phillip d be by ' ind dsm by Moitta'-leInn IVrtr This js. k hat prore.1 IiIiiim-I- I tut. a nun urenirr rai or nit toils asi Mason ai weaning lime hruiiihluu hundrr-- l Jo Itrt K A' J, It. I'.tltllMS, Stanford, Kr nt AtfilOtn I il Milt ! dueit wranmg J. tll J. Vermont Somer et plkeat ftlO tn iiwuri' a lll'llltl ssme Is a asab .ve colt horse. conditionshigh ofgoodtiestyle flnerom. IG bands and blncd and bas proven hlmaeif a sideudld bre der. JO ABDALLAH, Will mike the rreit se'son ,it M.NMITII Ml.l IJM.'A.2mllnfrom "Unfiid, on the J. a. Hambletonian. IJir.t Stan- (trn Knox, Hi, Standard t nder Hut.' tbe sire ol Arthur Slmr. was bred by Daniel HeustH. Ilrl lg Hero, ry, 2ud HunsdenMareby Hill's Duroc. lUcjrd 2 SI.'J, public trial at (ort, ,snl wsswaieilin lvi. ne wasi.j uimu Henill. 1st dsm by Searcher son Of Harney ion ol Sir Charles, I 1C This An tt;i;o' will i.i ike lbs season of mr iirin. i iiiiien iroui niarlord on the ford and Danville pike years oM n.naii.iuxKy. Hnsiuuvillle, FARISS cfe WELLER. Proprietor. ABERDEEN CLAY! in E'H'ALrrY. That all men have rights is a cardinal doctrine in the lleory of democratic government, but it is possible to expand the claim to point beyond the bounds of riulilJ simply, nnd apply it to the results or the exercise of our inalienable endovvmenti Human heinss are not born with ei'ial ciftn and powers. Wnerever there isnn upper and middle, there must be an under. Tna weifc tuu't seek tho wall and be the stile froa. which the ambitious strou.; will vault toward the top. Nor can thojy appointed by nature for the pyramid's bse serve in any other position. To press the wall .it little as possible, get all the pay for serrica that it demands and make tbe "beat of now and here," is the bound of their possibilities. Without a foundation there cm be no superstructure, and the po eition is as truly honorable as any other, though universal mankind have held it to be less desirable, All theories for tbe help of those who serve must proceed upon an ndmissioi of inequality, The Carriage Monthly tqi "Well, my good man, she uaid, "for what doyouwnnl? There is no answer to be returned." "Lidy," replied tbe sailor with humble Solid bay stallion, foa'ed May 1Mb, 13S1. sired h7 Aberdeen, sire ol llsllle Womlwsri. U.l&K; JWnr 2 Store Jlr Jewell (pscer) 2. 10liL.d 2.2U,, 10', Hugo Valuable Heal Estate and Mel aiiiililin 2.23; Iilsh Ki. 'lay. Booms. lor 2 23Ji, Valley Hoy J.'JI',. Sir Waller SU, Llda S'i'sS: H'anla 2 27. Stella Slur i.iyit As Exuu.orof Lvwis V. Philips, deed, I oiler 2 1','i, mid other fast mes He is tbe vrnnd sirn for sale, on easj tonus, the following real estate In of Malsecs j j7; Charley Thorn Hreen and near the growing town ot Lancaster, (Jarrard Hoy - j!,; (.n.n (ilrl 71,, Sir Walt r. Jr. county, Kmtucky: yehr-oM 3); Nuthraker i 'J1,, l.uey Walter on Public Square ol aald recoid Ouo Ilrlck Store-rooold : M). i'Jli room town, now ued as a Dnmirk, by 1st dam rttma II , by One frame Store room on the Public Square, now Washlnston Denmark, sireFattt'o William i of King 0j uwil ns a fmlly grocery room N Ha 6, II. Ho Ijiwremtt Decmirkaslitd s on Illchmond Slnet, near Pub- Hilly j9J,ard lhg'and dam ol Wild Itsk ii. Two 3 lic Square, one now used as a Millinery Store, tht j ear old n cinl ',audiod for S7.V1) All With other .is an Undertaking cstaullshmeut. Hilly r out of mar.s ot ut use except this block will bo sld II desired a lot of ground breedtn-- , wIikFi shows thai be Denmark) aJJolnltg. trodue see.l unnlded by trolling blool Ono farm with house and nthsr ntcesary Imby Ainerlian Clur, sir-(irmrlll. , (,. provement, on the I ax Id,; ton Turnpike, 3 ml In Mi.dam ll.lggs . 7, l.'la Clat Bgl 7' ,. and the dum iroui Liccaster, of 137 acres. ot I.xk utur l'i, lliitiihero i il1; Amhaailor One Farm ot Hu acres, 3) , mllos from Lancaster, .. ., Abbie. 'il, lllue Clou I 7, St. Uotlunl near the Lexington Pike, improved, with house i'i and six n ore In the i 'I clnn and necessary outbul dings, Ciay salsoihg and slreof CI mm In Smiles from Lancaster, ( Annrl'anPos- Hoy, Ooe farm, unlinprov-d- , .:, inn jlJi; Mjslery ,,j, Ky., on tbo Lexiogtnn Turnpike, of 73 acre. A1,, itoaer Hanson . ii y. stranger And alio a tract of id acres on Gilbert's Creek, :ird dam b (tr.irit Hii, Alrd(-ei- i br Idsdyk's about I Miles from Lancaster. of IiiaImi, - I7'4; (eirge sit IlHiiiblitouiun As executor, dotlre to sell all this property , Ac Wllkis t it, LUdlonter, I am empowered by tho will to make deeds to tt. W lilow .Msehree, by lisni the I utiil A flue chance la now otlVrod to tluto desiring Seeley'a Ame Iran Star, atr of tun iluuis ol Dex. homes or investments. 18ItoU-rMi(reKo' i,17'i; lir Hunker For lull particulars address my Attorney, II. T. Jo i Wi, He tie Jlnt Jewell (Hr) i I.'1,, and i t'i4; Noel, Lancaster, Ky.. or the undersigned at StanM nioio III th i. i 30 lias. Humb'etoulaii nerer ford, Ky. 31. IPS, l or better Executor sltetla.-J- Star mar. trailer exccid out of an American Am' r ran Star sired tbo grand dams of Cling stono j.i4; (luy Wllkts t 5'4, etc Fayetto II. nmsrk, by Washington Danmark, lreolKlti William i 1st dam br Chorister thoroii4'h.bifd,ilrof tho dam ol Mambrino Chorister, stru of the d.ims of Protelne a 18, Hello Hrsstlield j iK and of tho grand dams nfllnia iYllkrs .'.18', Simmons i.ii, Ac Abeidecn Clay Is aflnu young Inn to of line lyleand appranie, nbe mane aid (all, hss E. er been trained, but still mak a trotter Hrenl era will observe that bo possesses a con. Iilnatlon of pioduclng b'ood uniiualed by any stallion spied on Hits side of tho tlr r, aud utialeit by but very few lu the Stain. Ho possesses Hatnbletotilan, American Star and Clay, hated on the lineal of pacing and l borough blood Hamhletonlan, on pan ng and thorougbdilcoi, piolu(el tho fa test AND mare In ibe word, Maud S JuE74 llamblclonlana Determined that nru Amerlran Star based on pacing and thorough Its Proprietor blood, ptoduced the fastest gelding, it Shall be Second to no Country 10, lisubleloulnn nnd Clay pn.diKfd Ibe third Hotel in the State in its Fare, lastest horse, St. Jiillen, i II1,': llambleloulau, Appointments, or AttenAmerlia 't.rund Mambrino Cult fprodtui'd the fastest living eta Hon, Pliellat, 3,i:t ' ( HuiiiIiIh-totiln- n tion to Comfort of and Am rlian Star, battd on thoroimh. their Oueiti blood, produced Clingstone - 14, Ac , Ac and Clay, luised on pacing and thor prodiu'cd tho lattest yearling, j rear, Ilaguage will be conveyed to and from the i old, .1 year-oiHinds lesptciirely, free of charge. Special aeeoramodatioa. Hose, yearling record a .M', Wild Floaer to t'ommerclal Trarclors. The liar will ;i. year old record record ill, Hindu ilo e alwayi supplied with the choicest t yrar-old r lord j.lC. Aber- j IB'-.- ; Maurliietii hranilanrl.lnBnraBBd CI van. . dit'tiitrodat SlftO Abeidien Cljv will mako Hie season ol IS87 at Cliarlm Punu's two and half IjBB F HUPFUAW, miles Iromnlanlord on the Itush Hruncti p.ku ut the low price of FOR BJJCilS! iti drr-goo- the net of Oen Knox with records In i SUor iMitler. ar tb fallowing- jdy Maud 1 IV, Kcm Cauirs2.1'4 lndendenc 2 21, Uliu-rWS; 2.2t4. Kmperor Kiiox2.2;'t, Knox 2Ilsrry Vlelnr .., fp"k 2 23, Knox Hoy i.2S' Pec fal 2 er2 30; Messenger Knox 2 Tl Ills sons, Oil. Kill l.iniieror nlll n.ih. f'nntmn. iTrninwell. he a lam, Oen Knox Jr . (lull. 1.1 u hi loot, (Hlbrcth, Knox. Jules Jurgensen, Knox Hoy, l)n Mortis, PnllbheilJan, St Llino, Whaltbono Knox, and Woo third Knox bar slrel th following with records of J IWor teller: Iron Age 2.1'j'4. Capitols 2 22'., lrank F 2'.',, Nellli Waion '.' '.' , Chsnes II 2 27 Fanny M. 2 !"',; Wallace 2 ."J1,, Iaithslr2 2''4 Maud Muller 2 2t'4. Kilty Moms (Hlbielh 2 10: Chub 2 27, JohnS. Heall 227 2 2 Maid 227'j. hhadiw Zga. Ilamb'n M-- x '" Copeland l.v, llla"k H.m 2..K1 Arthur 1 Nina, picer, 2 2i'j, Ho eily. jsteer, 2 '"' t ".inoni AT $15 TO I.VNI'lCi: A d COI.T. r. -- ','' Store-room- h MESSENGER BREEZE ! by ol Full lirolhrrto Maul Mekong 2.H.'4. MiMer ChUr. sir ol Vaud Meateiaar i i Me. Out . - in Istdatn Uentle llraiM, lrn ot lVurl 1 0, alao efthedamoi Maud alvvstHferiMii'i and P l Me. Hum Sad dam Kitty rtlveis, tbo daw :.! Bottle t.nb 'SI , rwcor d iyur-ol- l lecor lofSwl-utpsi.Jn, by Alexander's Maid. Srd dam by lleil Jacket, slro of thu dam ul Kenlusky Wilkes. . Miud Mesicnger, lull sister toMetttiuer 1 yeara of 2.2'.5. at J yiars i.u ., bad a record when atC years 2.20 and at 7 years old won the . C0"J iiirseatClevoland.Ohlo, In 2 the sairc year. .831. Sept. Clli.ibc lxsat the traik amatch;race lorM. lied Mr. Crlt Davis will W9000 Inaiii'i-'i-lT- ,'. lt semi her again this year throiih tho grand lur rorord to 2 10 Mid sayshoexpettitolo-vaor 2.12. Messenger llreeze Is as promising Jai the Hr-eclr-cu- i, !',. Marvel JiVr 1 ma-t'- , ul AUlilUh,tra jf Coldsmlth 200-3- J. Villi. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Well Known Hotel Still Maintaina it High Reputation it r lnd e. Hlack hwsn, by Helm's Yerkshlie, by Imp. York, il. ire Srd dam Little Kmlly, by Wagner Ir .Sir Iharies, by blr Arebv, tlh dsm KntHy t,. Imp Ilatbati,.s.thlam by (Hlidain hr drceiidtlter 7th dam by Maryland Ph.iiilx. ai, dim by K.llilil.tt. 'olirn I, MiXy l.y Howe' I'.iul'y, Swl lu Hrma'sSliid II.Mikul l.iwgejiii , Vermt.nl llambleloulau It a fiii.i big w(ri fibt'tlyleand go.l Iwne. and a stir urrwl.ri tired by William Welch, Ihn sir ol Pilnrs. Imtvrlal t 2',. Jeremiah 2.2)1' s l,.le 1 im l rot t '.' Wlillam Welch was tlml br Itinlrk prlrate rrrnnlv Dtdiuilh dam oi IUlen's Prince, 2 27 and by u,p Irn.i.srn o Cotto )aud s.ie of twenty lull. I roller Trus- ...., .j kv .ii.ji inniuiino, iij imp ,SIfNsn. Kir, Y motil Ixlnga grand ton tt iho urat iv, dyk't llsiubletoi.l.ii ihegraiidesl sir llrji t,ui litll'i ertouut I'.imtun d, buked by tliu'iouith. lireil,wi mak . a .flu i stiK-- hone ltya.lrk a Hn", , ... t iiouian, or .smaiMi!. miii nl Min.hn... .i .. , mil Kt.ll ound.r.2 d n by l!itu..t. . Hambletoiu: an adsMiby Imp M eariger. Ill's Vermont l.y Do.ulng Vern.nril, .Ire ibpiampi i.i.Tj.gi. ut .is. i.r vlksrky's) on Columbus tire ol Ctmfilen... 2 S: 2nd .lam i.y B r ra .1. tle . f the. , N.lliel..y t 21, d i'iu . Mahli ... tlr-ll?.' dam of Climax t $. lull's enm.M , Uh.iiiV H..y 2 2S HI i. a Msila 2 ii." ,. !ilr Oak (lamlxlla likes 2 .'. In Nellli 2 1 IS'i.l utlaw i 2t,'4, y.rl 2 Sd'udv'DarU 2 '.' i uiriien lid Ken. isi liu-k(lanlleiiian 2 und sir. ul I hu second dim ol Pnll Tlioiii..ou 2 P1. liyi.tyss llamiiletonlsn. Iiy Abjallab Walter 2.27 1st d in hr Chat K'.bi ..,.:.. i . ..." 'r lirllloiiuder; 2ud dam iSiio Ky. by llishm. H..T an;3rtl (Iniii nltmtkll br JNin. Ml i?iikrip . ....... ..... iiuoiuir Ionian . r. Ul . '2Af ... anna, uiuers wnn rrcJMs ol 2 DOor Netlloaltool I"' '''?,'80 or 't"'"'! I and), others with "'I better onls Mriunnl (Downing', by Hills II lurk HiWk Jlniol I. hail Allen 2.2M,. Vertuotil Dowulng's. s s of Ihi. dams ot Ltiigma 2 8'i, aim nlm sin. ol t"o;Jm of Mambrino Urine, the sire of wil- lllll'a'iilark Hawk, by Shennan M.irgsn. Dam alastlrottlug mare. Hill's Ilia Hawk I. 1? nt.ldl" of Hri'!'n '''''. Lantel 2.27' i Ktl tin Aleu2.2.1H. and Young Amerlcs 2 ?:i ami Is , Ire ortliedsii.orHlanolie2.2.H (,nu Taecd j v . . ......r,, . ., iiii h.wi iue loiin.ierni in Hack lu.nlly, jMl has lu tup maiAn" Dl.ilUIPriHN AMI PCIiii Kl'l- - - Wrmonl llamhf Ionian t a black bor- -, fosh-- in isa, hsnds huh, two wbll f t b.hlnd sired br William Wh h. by Itytdyk's Hambletonian. 1st dsm Katie (Irlmet, by dill's Vermont, 2nd dam ln ti h,i In..-,.- t l ,.i 1 (;;,,; of .. iim.iji, iujl.. t bit-to- - niiii l)e "a1 ... llr!-- s ough-bloo- il, Co'titiibusaiarkley's), hvOld Columbus, tiro ol Confidence 2 28. Dam, u MeMetign Mar Meorenger Urctxe is a lautlful red liy, l'i bauds Old Columbus. 2.4IJ,. couv.rie.1 ps(,.r, t rotactit fioin Canada .i.:.,?... is muscular nod strong, NavMnlrir'y QI elreolOonfl letii high, I,.., of a sptedy cmlormatlon and therodoes not exist ol ttc t J.J7i loiitg Columbus a finer on Kentii"ky soil lithe sire of II 2 30 "'' "o has I sous trotting bred horse and coming as be docs Irom a ir bt'Vl'ro,o r'a'ne' have f ,.!7j.I.i,w.or. Old (olum- nu, .h. . producing family, Lis sire, lilsilaiuand his grac uui is iiih luuiiuf r ni inn bloxl was to 11,0 Has. -I- ml she all lielcg producers ol if ceil, ho Is Just the fa.lo Kentucky. TIIOS.V. UollixHOS, lastlog liupns'loi on kind ot a horse lo make eiaurord.Ky waaat the mine ago. well-brewell-kni- t, y 'M "" le"u' ''I'""""-- . '" not tut ""j.' l his progeny, Ht'HGEON DJ3NTIHT $30 TO IX.SUKU A .MAM. IX i'OAL. o $15 10 INhUltK ' A MAIIK ix or brrd lo another liotm-- . Imiev lue m huh lb im I. a uriali nl, the nuie parted with narli.l Hihi,, nr b UHMMti.r- - n Hmi is rujalu- - the seas 'U ol li7 on tho (aim of til on III in is until pud Addles., ro.a. Money due wucn llio lact Is AHvrulnet mite Will i.iiike CI ClTisiClnsIstlea; art eoi tj tht KW JBvatitrtafsid rvrtn Hr r to iuts, i t sreerrtlillr.rroTini.nl Oaai simtBlilciurt. um sMetnlln eriry iSV".n,' We ' " to) llrh.ri ii u. aMull tut d, Ky. nt'.w. It il It KKV Jlv.t LIS I Hit, About I Cloolnnatl.MKSg tOT1,i . cj i. iglrtmaHtftciha. Ale.lt A Lltk, ItuJitn.K. Y. lull fto.ii Sim ij Set Uy rii: rmg ilit 41.00,