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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888011001 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 1888 $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. um inijwiiiii'M '"'"' T j'i Slemi'lReeUii VOL. XVI. IN MEMORIAL. r titefiof UntftmL 1888. TfTR rVDlN Un TJP'NTT1 li I A residence In a very de- I alrabte part of town with six rooms beside the Kltcliwi , a large rich gardtm 29J-attached. Apply to II (J. CUAtU. tf STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. OAHHARO COUNTf DEPARTMENT. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY NO. 297. Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of thn stockholders of the National Hink of Hustonviile will bu held at their banking housnln llustonllleon tha id Tuesdar In January, 18S8, for the purpow or electing nine Directors to servo ine ensuing year, J. W. HOCKElt, Cashier. '33-t- d 1 Friday' iun nf me Intkiuku Joun-NA- t. Lancastor. A few weekn ho wnk that tniuk for ha not yet reached this office. Mr. A. Lindberry and Din Lyons have Lelr-heUran.er purl her elernltj Mnris The evangelirtt X)-- l i "till preing on bought out tho Uiloring establishment of ii from no to whimi in Ufa ahr. ral been a constant joy. I wotilil apeak of her v, it li hl inciting at the liiptit church, with Mr. Carpenter and will continue to run the business, at the eaum stand cheerful uiomor, and I leel lh.it wonln good congregation, J P Goode i not reogn'zed a pa-enge- r TheCitiun Nitionil Ihnl: declared a ol the ciwe pero spoken in Ihe niliira agent fjr almot any road, whether in dividend of II per cent, and the National gonal, bill meant for lhoe that kna w her to Hank a dividend of 1 per cent, out of the will be reail in the pir.l lliat tuakea of operation or projected, with full extend hi operations to any pjint, actual earning of the last six month, friendship the chief hoUm nt li'o. The cold wa7e roached ua on Sunday To lhne that rloaelf aharnl lier life, in or po'tbl, on the continent. The wa her i still ciprino The morning O.i Ihl, Mondty, morniog a the Inter yen her ileath w a ctlnuillr, but ven their urlof it to baehaileneil with signal cervirc rep irt erin to h verified, sleet and snow are ii'lmg, making it one of I' nionlil lu n especially in (he b.izz.rd, which set iu on the moat diaagieeable days of the reason. pleasant reuilnWcenc A petty thief gdned antrance lo the pleasure to aearch the reorili of the hetrt. H.inday afternoon. Tom Nill, howevir, I wan In my ninth year when Miria Litch-e- r who I cur ackuowlcnuerf oracle on the sub residence of H C, Kaullman a fee nights of weather, lay down hi dictum to since by raising a window, and succeeded came into uiy life, my .lep aioter. She with $7 GO which wa in a took poaeeaalQii o( me from the Qrat mo the tll'tct that, ''a wa the 6 h of January in getting aw-to will be the next 00 d.ty " bure'tu drtwer and a little safe belonging ment I btfhultl her At once the child wa Lelie It lid biiug from Junction City to hi children filled with a brother' love nud it remained For Hent. The houe and lot belongher touch on the the report that a paenger getting ofl the Ineitkne", with him fevered brow wan lender aionly my moth- train at that point Friday evening miel ing to me in Lancaster, now occupied by er' wan. There wan never a irl or wonun hi footing and fell under the wheel. He A II. Hice, i for rent Hiid house hah a .ratii(er, reectable looking. A eight rooma, a good garden and cistern, a with etronyer dometlc aitactimentp. Her w klcninen found in her rare OJeliiy, except letter of rfcommendition found with hi stable, Acs. Is situated within 30 yard of that ahe would not withhold a burnini: mtngled remain sicined to indicate that Ihe public mi lire. Mr. N innie II, Ander word for any wronic (loirtr. Hhe admired hi name waa A (kin, a railroader, and be- son. Gjv. il'icknsr has granted a pardon to fervently the generous and iltfht thine in ing tnoaferred from one rovl to another. -- Amin named Lunafird, who live John V. Miller for the alleged violations other people and many, many men and of Ihe locil option lnw and town ordinance wooim, rubject to unkind talk, ha ehe, dn near tne now turnpike -- MoreUml it K'aliou wa hul at hi home Sit in District Nt. 3 in Garrard county. Those fended with the force that ahe ao fully prw eeei). U waa In her nature to fight the urday night and eeriou.ly wnuuded. It interested will find hi reason for so doing battle of other, and he did not do it for eui that a parly of several un ler the in elsewhere in tin paper. wneli one of Mrs. Fa nn it-- IJsttts, who for so many Her eervice were lluence of llij'lor wre pis-inthe wane ol friendship them fell from hi hore and waa carried yeirs has kept the Hhe wa on the Danville frely hetiwed and unvaunled. pofltire in her view, but choee to be re- into L lnnford'e house. Here they raied a plke,died on .Stturday. She wa 78 year served of later year, in her .corn, though row among lhemelve. Twoaf them drew old and known by everybody in thia com I.un.ford in at munity Sae w a member of the Cnris weapon on each other Very tlrfinile if need be. friend wherever tempting to get them out of hi houaa wa tian church for more than 50 years. Maria Letcher made hot a iaed Too "lint wa fired by Jr-ha- e Ine following conversation between h went, and without ell trt and without and said to have been iilmed at Ihrd two lonely fox hunters, seated on the top politic dwitfii. Hue waa lrrelft vble Hne overturned atlrctationa and aham. Her Cirtnr 'l'hn deputy Mheritl', Cook, wn in round of a post and rail fence last Satur mind waa aeon to be ao acute that folly laid search of Jtrbae fjunday, but did not find day night: "Listen, Mike, do you know that voice? That' old Kigle; see how be ide It pretension when he waa about him. There it no telling how much rim! alio did Thi la the way thai General Manager lesds tbeml Don't you hear him? He by her fearlei wit and constant kooU naMcLeod of the l ading Kosil addreed lead the pack a quarter. 13 Jupiter, if the fox don't take earth he'll catch him in yim were repested IIr the strikers ture. Her humor w&a of n rare kind Her Kilt were "To such of our old employe who have 15 minuter! Tners is a dog for you, that ueed for the entertainment of herlriend. stood faithfully by ua we feel obliged and Kigle; he in the best one in the Htate." At In thorn early day ahe would gather thankful, and shall not forget them; but this moment a dog came trotting up the Hbout her the three children of the houe. the time ha arrived when all of our em pike, which upon examination proved to be Ela, Will, the nephew of her father, and ployei will be required to decide whether Ktgle. It is herd to tell which dog is lead myself, at night after wn had laid aaide our they will retain their place by reaon of ing. faithful and honest service and prompt tank of leon, and relate to ua marvellou Louisritle Society Again Shocked. torle, lorie that were never In book. obedience to the ordeia of the company Louisville "socioty" has been shocked so Thitanu pillion at her knee wn coveted, that eoiploya and pty them, or pay blind often of lata that in it prostrated condi tor the face that we looked upward into obedience to the direction of (he Knight tion it simply shuddered at the announce told the atory a well, anil, her voice, now of Libor, through which organizitton the ment that some of our awellest young men low and uiytleriou, and then in the hleh leader hope to coerce u into the employhave been sued by a New York house for whisper of conference between the fiiiure" ment of men who consider their first obe- shirts and socks bought on credit a far dience due to th&l order. Tue meo that back as two years ago. Oat, of these ele of the fiction, fell on very trustful ear. bone felon and stand bv us will have employment with gint young idler is charged with shirts at Once I autleretl from Maria and a echojt companion of her were reisonabie hour and good pay a tnnch j(l each, when the ordinary citizen who very merry. Hhe could extort laughter a t paid by any oilier corporation of a pay for hi clothea is content with wearing from pain. My finifer throbbed vicloilly aimilu character. M-- n who do not will shirts that do not cost more than $1.50. when I laughed and made me cry out never be allowed on the road again under Hrcki at $1 50 pair and necktie at $1.50 eeveral time, until at length I threw my any circumstance. We have never ob- eich are among the unpaid luxuries tor arms about her neck and half crrini! and jected in labor orgnizition xtd do not which the gotbam haberdasher wants his half aohlung, exclaimed, ''Deir, dear Maria. now. Krery man hall befrHi to belong to money. 'Ojesuitof silk underwear, $15," ay audi funny thini;, it him me," one, or no', a he pletse, but the hetd of i another interesting item. If our best and he ceaoed, but it wa a glorioua dav of surh order- - cm not and snail not, diet lie to young men will indulge In such luxuries joy and piiu. the company n to whom It shall employ they ought to settle for them. It is posi Miria Lfluher left a peculiar dt finite nr how tooperale it property. P.ace that tively painful to have one' name mixed up iuipreion with people in a very faw mo- are left in obedience lo the orders of tho in a vulgar law suit for debt; In the light ment, epace of time. Formicha wonuti Knighl ol Lib r will be filled with new of these development the 'Hed-letl- cr her life wa ehort. Hhe was at her e.iee men, anJ such new men will be retained, Bjok" should he revieed. Louisville will he di Comuiercial and In her full p.iwer wherever he wa. and tinder no circumilauce year ahe lived at Kranarille, In chirgtd lo make roooi for men who left 'I greslly disum,"aid a Dakota minisHerealier wo will operate diana, where brilliant conversation and the ilimr place ter, one Sunday, alter the singing of the tlt- -t it'Ktiit lio.l her with employe wno consider their first duly rtfineuicnta of wealth last hymn, "to make any personal allusions kinsman' home, and ahe waa chief in the i to Ihe Oimpany and exect to obey rea- from the pulpit, but I feal as if a certain admiration of all. There ahe married Gen. sonable order made in the transaction of occurrence demanded a worth I refer to Tnera ha icer been a moGordon Grander, and ahe had but to en tiie esse of Brother Hopkins, who lost $10 ment when under any cr,:uuiUnce we ou old Riyal counter hla friend, uch a Mr. and Mr Gmrge, the running horse, at in the would arhilrMe any question growing out V. II. Vnderbilt, to charm them, the oounty fair last week, and got mad and emergency of poverty after Gen. (hanger' of this strike There ha been nothing to set up a nowt about fraud and tried to leath she w ready for toil. I know of no arbitrate. It i only t question a to clem nut the committee, and eo luoro creditable thing to the worth of Gen. whether the comptny will bd permitted to forth, It ws in poor taste and Granger, to the pniriutim and fileliiy in operate it own property a property in I suppose I the strongest denunciation which there is invested over J'200 000,000, fnendihlp of Mr V.indtrbilt.and ti Mr might also add, by wy of example," Vanderbilt or w fielder tout pr(riy nhall be controlled Granger'aown merit, that Mr. continued tho good nun, a ho turned over should have provided for her under the by the Knights of Lb.ir. It may a well the leaves searching fur the, text, "that I circumstance. When the hleUrr of the b. understood now, and from this time on wa booking Uiyal George to the tune of ( titno thul fallowed the war are u mined up thai evsry wheel n Inch I turned on tho $30 myself, but whan I lost I didti't go i nil of the luiding eol ou iln or It'uding ytm "lull he turned een how and it arournl roaring as it I htd lost a right dler, their wive ami children, have bon ders o' mat uouipttiv and under the older leg." will not be the of nobody else." cued for, thi n "Well, doe your hiisbtml still drink?" memorable. Natural Hwroitr -- Ges hio, but "Ye, mother, and it is worrying the lifo tUy Mr. Grander wi op In her liter duo n lack, and wen Fr.iuky, llni' out of ma'' pree'ed at time in apiril, but alio had the th b'bf, is put il i in hin lap he hollers, Did you trv this plan of bteiking him Khe 2lfl of nllence a well a of epeeuh. motion rm like distant thunder and of Hits hbil that suggested to you?' while bvini? bir wa pilienl in icneM, and, uixkc the. welknn wrim! "Ys" iui a life and li,hllni: for it, ru 7UI1UI U iole Nl, which tin beo in Injr, anil "D.d vou put whi-k- y in bis outf?" luuciiiugcouritg', luip'iotiy anil futh. All everywhere, be Hy one nite a lion come "Y,t " 1 thi higanen of uiiud, ihtt have epiken out of l"e wo id and went to hi corrol to "What did of, wa transmilled to the spiritual and the Uiicle NjI Iiu got up nnd "He sid I wvs the only woman he had Witlifuiing hopi of health Chrialinnly lojkeil it, thocorrel thru a (Tick tiie linn seen since hi mother died who knew how nnd incteariuK feebleuesH of body, her faint sho le hi teoih and Uncltt Ned sod, "The to uiaho c IIee as iishnuld be m ule." fNe smilte of love took on a deeper metuing. iddiot think I am a dentM, lull 1 haveu'i braeka State Journal. P. LeiVher, her niiur, Her ftther, Dr. J. nntim for lo lend tn htm. I'll send for Ellen, her boy, Commodore, and Hen Lelcli Ihe lion tamer for lo quell liiui with hi I " An Foitouiai. Opinion -- Of all the of beam hur beastly, outrageous, disgusting, unnatural, er, her brnthur, -- Johnny's Cimputiion in Hn Francisco fondness. From thin and moment we know FxAiniuei degenerate, deformaJ, ill gotten, luiscon ceivt'd, uuhwfiil, inanimate, diabolical that ihe toie triumphant. God be praised A Duamatio CuinoiSM. 1'ne "Undo hypochondriacal, incongruous, erratic!, for her life Hint wan u part ol ourtl Hi , will be done, thai nhe had not lived in vain. Tom Ctbln" show peril rmed hero Mond v brain sptvined, idiotic, auid W. T. Piucb. nignl. A' they forgot to give u the uhihI ish, incomprehensible conglomeration of complimetilHrieH in return fur Irite pulls, typographical hull over perpetrated upon New York, Jtn: 8.188. we diili.'i go. Their hiMt acto- r- Iho trick an innocent an J unofl an ling public tha in The salary of the U.hchiI rliate Supreme j.ckSH -- dud before tlier uoi here nnd that describable mass appearing in the Boise Judge i 510,000 per nnnuiu; United Blalce ws thoonly thing we cired Hbout seelriR, City Republican of a recent date takes the SanatorHHtid Kepresuntaiivua JftOOO perHn-nu- m; huyi.ow.--Cenira (IVx.) Guard. cike, Boiso City Kiterprise. Cabinet oflicers, $8,000 a yekr. UniMichigan i trying to bet her prohibiSriiANue Cuiies koii Insanity Tyted Ktalea Rrmycicerrii retired at 01 tion la in her Supreme Court, It i a phoid feverrerentlr developed at tho Jmlvs- - nt 70. JE& nd Udtteil hopeless eilort. Tne experience of Kansas loaane AivIiidi. Ltcucertaiu othThe wnri malady known to poultry er medinal uieiHiire. it killed some, but it hssahown ttiat the courts have no respect and tho experience eveyard ha been cuicken cholera, which can aho cured several pttienl, who had Holler- for the rum cured by a doau of Gaoler's ed for some time from itiH.iiilty. Fryai))e-l- ai rywhere haa slion that excessive drunk now be follows these prohibition enacthas been known to do Iho tuie ihiug. Cnicken Caolhra Cure, tiild and warrant tinner Medical Kecotil. ments. by McKobrU & Htngg. ed i. . Car-pente- r toll-gat- e The lawyers are beginning to arrive to attend court. Ona of Hie near bink organizitions has our ' Fistiie" in the directory It i rumored that iirer. Fox, of the Signal, is matrimonially inclined, and he i is solid, too. F. L.Thompson has bought out the in terest of hi brother, J J , and will hereafter run the. store in his own name. The Livingston Lumber Corapsny, with J sines .Saoibronk a general mauag er, haabsgun business at Livingston. Andy Mason, chsrged with being im plicated in the murder of Hampton, wasae quitted before Judge Collier last Thursday. A new postofiice ha been established five miles r.outh of this place at Hmtth'a Mill, to be called Rule; T. J. Cress, poat master. Explorations are now being made in some of the recently discovered civea in this county. Wnen completed a descrip-tio- n of them will bs given in this column After 'JO yeu' experience in railroading we have fallen into the belief of the superstition prevalent among railroad men that when one wreck occurs two mora follow on the same road. It never fall. Hretaw's letter from your place to the Harrodsburg Democrat, speaking of the "el evalor system" in vogue at Harrodsburg, heard of via Atlanta, Ga., remind one of the faot tint the mountain region of our State is not alone in the blind tiger buei n es, alcoholically speaking. James V. Brown, one of the most popular passenger conductors of the Knoxvillo division, died at hi home in Louisville, Friday, after one week's sicknesa of rheumatism and pneumonia. Nj conductor on the line had more or warmer iriends than Jim Brown, and his sad taking-cf- i' will be mourned by hundreds. Tnat self important paper, the Louisville Pott, wants all the so called pauper counties abolished. Tne a c. p. counties woul J be in no particular hurry to go into mourning on hearing of the suspension of such a slimy and slanderous sheet. It lets no opportunity pass when it can get in an abusive word against the mountain coun ties. Administrator's Notice. All porsons holding account against David Bpoonauiors, tleft'd, wlli present them t'j.iae proper! y proTen and payment. ZJ2-U x. Ni'tHt.wt.iiooiiE, .roux Administrator PaiM tipoonainoorf . Stockholders Meeting, A meeting of the stockholders of tho First National Hank will I held at their banking house tn Htautord on the 2l Tuesday lu January, 1833, for ttie purpose of electing eleven Directors to serve the ensuing year JOHN J. McllOHERTS, Cashier. 289-td One of the Most Desirable Building Lots in Stanford, JKA'ME P. IVKAItEX. Kouth aide Main street, opposite Christian church tf lot and adjoining the Presbyterian church lot. l'or terms, price, Ac , call on (Jeo. I. Wearen. II. U.l.fOKasOLL. MASTERSON PKVTOS. Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of thn stockholders of tho Farmers National Bonk will be held at their banking house in Mtauford on the 'd Tuesday in January, 1888. for the purpose ol electing nine Directors to serve the ensuing yeu. aw-tJ B. OWSLEY, Cashier. d 1NGERS0LL & PEYTON, ATTORN'EYS.AT-L.U- KXOXVILL.E, - - TENiY. WALTON'S AUbusInoaa Intrusted to us will be carefully and promptly attended to. OPERA HTaNFOKD. ky. HOUSE, WALTON BROS. - - Propriotois. This Is lo'notirr the public that we wlllnot per 8Ue of Susge, 20x50. Eight complete seta of Scan. mlt any hunting or any other trespassing on our ery. beating capacity, Including gallery, COcr farms, but wo will punish any person or persons Mica wn able rater to good attractions. so trespassing to tho full extent ot the law, Nov. 1, 1887. JAMEHZPEPVI.F.H. V. St. M00.A3iOKE. A.JI.FM.AXIi, J. ll.31IIjt.Ell, inLI. IA. It 11KCK. WOOD WALLACE, Successors to Wallace A Cochran, 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., E. H. FOX, l'JtXOTOCJKAPlIJGR, MANYILLE. KY. Has removed to his elegant now building opposite the post tflce and Is better tnan ever preptr-e- d lo accommodate tba public with Quo pictures from Photographs to life site. Satisfaction guar. tetxl. THE GENTS' FURNISHER axi aoi:ntn roit the IXDIAIVAINH.IN U3313 LAVNURY. ' 8UK0E0N DENTIST, Stanford, ...... II Exit JJ. t HUFFMAN, Kkntuckt. at- - OtBce south side Msin, two doors above depot OC.vS'uL.Slaifcls APOLLO accounts. JffOTICJG! flrni name of Jones A Fulber has tnls day dissolved liy mutual consent, Mr. Henry Kulber retiring. L. W.Jones assumes all liabilities and collecUal The partnership heretofore exlstlog under tha JO.XES. Crab Orchard, Ky. Dec. 12, 1887. tVLUEH. er 18S3. as All persons having accounts with Jones A. Ful-bii'Ufl come forward and settle by January 1st, tbo Arm's business mutt be settled at once. 3t NMIKT, Tho Bom in tho W0ELD. Send for ttb a-- K. W.J. As predicted, in our correspondence sometime since, the roads are almost im passible. Had thev been lookeJ after dur ing the snmmer months it would hayebeen different. Our jick-lestatesmen, thro' our member of Legislature, are to blame lor nearly all of this business. But a tew roads in this county have been worked in Ihe last two years. Where nre the working people now? In the mud. Thus it goes. If Sm Ward don't look after the road interests of our county in having eome law enacted, or Ihe old one restored during this we for one vote for his following ht ducks, which went off to a warmer climate. g C.W. METCALF, JR., Attoti'cjat Iiiw Hiid fteul AKCiit, JE-tu- te IJltJ?OUItVIIL.IL,li:, - - ICY. Circular, and Main, Will practice In anv court In Eaucrn Kentucky. Exatnluailo a nl land titles male a Any lUe tracis uf tiuiDer, coal, mnlier aud mineral lauds for sal. Infirm itlo:) furntshd on any (281-tpoint and aillcllwt e f) Louisville, - - - Ky. I 9EI9jBaiCIVaKRY. t Spring and ai.idallv opening ail Summer 5lllliuiT7, tiieluilliig nil A. GramrCombiuation INTERIOR JOURNAL And the Louisville The Latest Novelties of the Season. AUa Notlour, such as Handkerchiefs Collars and Cut), lui mug Oirx-u- , riuttlc, etc. You will dint ine at lately Viiralnl by Smilv trrnii, n- -i il v r lu tn e- . Myers House. THE Fo.-aom- e iihulni. If the question of the present local opfon and high license were put lo the voters of Som eisel, high license would carry by a ma-- j irity of rive to one, and probably ten lo one Tne people see how thing stand now ami would vote accordingly There is not any use of mincing words, and the plain truth should be told. We repeat it that "Prohibition in Somerset and Pulnssi county is a roaring Humbus; and that high license is fsi prefer ible to free wbis ky." A nuw thing out ih a clock, wttn ordina ry works, that will run for a year without The Somerset Democrat sayr: ih"iiu. lW-2- Weekly Courier-Journ- al HATH IHfOltf.ltAlt. One year for ouly 9:1 two papers for little more than thn price of ons. By paying us .t you will rrc!vo tor one year your home paper with the l, tht representative newspaper of tho South, a tariu" for reveuuo only, and the bst brightest and ablost taoilly weekly lu tho Unlinii States. Those who desire to examine o sample copy of the OiurliT-Juurncan do an at thin trh Courier-Journademocrat-Icandforal 1SS. furerM Magazine IHii.sfraliMl ! I wr-.ol- BEAST! slslsHIBsHBBIsl i , de-er- let Harper'a Magazine Is an organ of proirexrlvo tbnugnt and luuvriiieut In evnry department ol Ule. U(lde duIt will year I portant arih-'is- , ouralu, ring the suierilv Illustrated, on tliei.r at Wi.t; articlrs on. Amer lean and foreign Indu-ir- r; bHiitlluiif lUustraltd u.i.-..- .i IMtw.rn (ill ri'vi! In.l V.ir-- U. i .1 'Vest IihIIh.; new novels by WlMaui Hi clt and the 11 . . .. 1. II. ar.l h BlDftlo miiuUr It lliiir) .faui. Ufcidto Hparn Uttll Allltisa IllVai' htirf- tlnri... t.w Ml - .. ..w, run J ' ttj .'I Ml 1IT.IJS15JI "Why i ihe air in inn country so much arid oilier ipuiar wrllcisj au I llusiratxl paivr . , tjlll,).rrLi. niuiKLllllil .. ll"Iri ..IHIH1.-SI-.. fri ..... . .. ..... freucr than iu the cii?" aske 1 Miss Silli rlul Cur'is, William liemi lloarei a uu.l Claries Duliey hub. Ilvctusp," replied farmer Hayseed, Warner. "so msnv tri-apeopli onmo nut frnm town HARPER'S PimiODICALS. and wade around in it." N man who I'lllt 1 KK. resds ArisinllM can deriv thi.-Burdttte. attention. An electric bittery, conrealei', in the ctse, winds up me clonk from day tn day or w.e" lo week, the need may he Ooie in a ifmat while, the, bittery mnst be renewed, but that is all the aro the clock calls for . 11 11 1 lll..l-t...n..- lu . . ' Mexican Mustang Liniment CXT3Ft.33S Sciatica, Lumbago, Bhcnmatisra, Burnsi Scalds, Stings, Sites, Bruises, Bunions, Corns, f ' llariHir'g Msgazlue Duckhns'sArmca Salve The best salvo in tho .wirM'fur Cuts, llrulsrs, Sores, Ulcs's, rfall 'ttlieuu, Kerer iorw, Tetter. Clnpped (lauds, Chllbhlas, Corns, nud all Skin Eruptions, an Itfiosltlvely cures files, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed tj give 'porfect satisfaction, or m ney refunded, l'rlce,,' cents per boa. For e.tle by A. It. Penny, Stanford, Ky. W Harper's Weesly Harper's Bazar s Young Peepla 1'oslage free tu all Mates, Canaiia or Mnxuo. HarfH-r'- 34 oo 4 00 4 00 2 00 Scratches. Sprainsi Strains, Stitches, Contracted Muaclea, Eruptionj, Hoof All, Scraw Worms, Swinnoy, Saddle Galls, Piles. StitfJcints, Backache, Galls, Sores, In tlu United etthtcnp liaj?" The volume of the Magzli Iwglu wl h tho hiimlers lorJuue ai.d iLinulier U . ech y.ar When ilit.l, kulccrlpiitiin. j Ikk.ii tlini With the lllllllllJi I'UriHIlL .1 lliu ilnmr.f 1. mIi.. nt 1111 1 1. Spavin Cracks. ll dough-headed- Wonderful Cures, Hound volumes nt llarii-r- '. M.naz um. fur ih.-.D. Hoyt ACj.,lVhlesleand RoUll Drug- -' year, buck In neat hlmlliu. wll-i- . tout mall piMl-pal- d nn nci-lp- t olSl ptr volume. I'lotn gists, IUuij, On., say: We li it i be.n selllug Dr. Cane", for bii.dlug SUcenls ea n, liv mall poilisl.t King's New OUcorery, Kleclrlc Hitters and Duck-len- 'a Index to llnrpi-r'-- t 'laaine. Ij'iliab'U-rt- ' hmj. fir v.iiuu i i t,i ;n luelu'lvu Arnica Silve tort tour years. Have nertr lytical aud elaaiin from June, IKVI in June. 1SH. m, vulunm. 4rn. handled remedies that sell as; wll, or xire such cloth, SI. ' i unhemal satisfaction. There have teen eome muc a .hoii.il li- - mmlo by post oltlco monvk d cnatiie 1 1 s, wonderful cures ell jcteJ bf', thoia medicines lu ey order nr ilrrti, Netnpfrs un-this city. Saver.il cassslof prououaoixl consuinp. without inn expre no top, mia al v. rtli.ient order nt llarpir A. Hrolheia lion havt'ibiteii oiitlrelyjcurol by use of a tew botAdureia llAlti'MtA IIKO I H ll New Vnvlr , tles of Dr. Klnn'. New taken lu connection with Klectrlc Hitters. Wo guarantee them always. Sold by A, II. 1'euny, Stanford, Ky. THIS COOD OLD STAND-B- Y accomplishes for e ery body exactly what Is claimed for It. Oneof the reasons for the great popularity ot tho Mustang Liniment is found In IU universal applicability. Thp Tho The The Tho Tho Everybody needs such a medicine I.timberninii necda It in case of accident. lluiiMMvlfe needs it for gcneralfamlly use. Cannier need It for hla teams and his men. Mechanic needs It always on hla work M I tier needs It In caso or emergency. tlt. bench. Tliol'ioucorncedsit-can'tBetalongwIthou- ARBUCKLES- Personal Mr. N. II. Krobllclisteinof Mobile, Als.,-rltts- : I take great pleasure lu recommending Dr. King's New Discovery fur Cuntuinptlor, having nsed It for a severe attack of llrouelillla nn I Catarrh. It gave me Instant relief auJ entirely cured mo and I have not been atllicted slaco, 1 also beg to slate that I bad tried other remedies with uo good re-u- lt. Have also Kleclrlc Hitters and Dr. King's Now Lift) Fills, both of which I can recommend . Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs und Colds Is s.)ld onj a oltlvo guarantee Trial bottle. at A, It. Penny't Drug Store. namo on a pnokago of COFFEE Is a guarantee of excellence. nl ARI0SA COFFEE is kept in all storos from the Atlantic to tho Pacific ftrst-olass K' Nor-riflto- ul po-ve- COFFEE Is novor good when oxposed to tho air. Always buy this brand In hermetically needs It In his house, hla stable, and hla atoclc yard. Tho Stcnmbimtiiinnortlio Ilontmnu needs It tn liberal supply afloat nnd nsborr. uoeds it It Is hU beat Tho llnrar-fitnrl- or friend and snf ett reliance. needs tt- -lt wlli save him The jlocU-Hrowthotuatids of dollar and a world of trouble. The Knllrond tnnu needa It and will need It ta long as his llfo U a round of accidents and danger. needs It. There la notn. Tho Ing Wee It as nn nnlldoto for tho dinger to life, limb nnd comfort hlch surround tbo ploueer. Tho .llei'chnnt need It about his atoro among hla employee. Accident will happen, and when thesocomo tho Mustang Liniment Is w untisl nt onoov Kecpn ISctlloluthv House. TU thu beatot er Ilncku-oodamnii runner eoonomy. ooalod ONE POUND PACKAGES. Keep nltnttlu In the I'nclory. ttlmmedlat uo In case, of accident nave pain and los of wage. Kreu a Hottlo Alunyalu the Stublo fax vie vhen warned. r 4 Tub Harrodsburg Democrat endorses our Aato the inane of veracity tendered by time make ilmllar statement to other recent tariff article and adda some very per btm tn the language quoted abore. "That democrat who were in the habit of work anybody who said that he had at any time Ing actively In elections. I talked frequent- tinent and well expresaod reasons for the agreed to support Dr. Peltus told a delib ly to those democrats about what he said democratic demand for a reduction of taxaJanuary 10. 1888 erate and malicious falsehood," we append and all of us placed implicit confidence in tion to a for reyenuo only basis. It also Stanford, Ky., as having some pertinency to that question hia Btatemenla and promises, in fact all of calls upon the party hero and elsewhere lo Wo ilealreto call your attention lo our froth an J the statements of Mewm. Pettus, Klmiston, us were in the habit of talking confiden- hold up its head, strike the hand of demotially to himabiut the race. His appa- crat to brother democrat and unitedly pro Cooper ond Xewland. Many more WALTON. W. P. to the same eOect could have been rent zal and voluntary statements on the pare for the struggle of November next, obtained from gentlemen of equal stand subject causod us to have the fullest confiJuikie Wm. Lindsay, ex Chief Justice Ol every dracrlptlon, which wo keep contlantly on hand, and atk jou lo come and examine It aa well ai The Davison Caso Again ing and character, )ust as mauy hundreds dence in hia protnwe. I told Dr. Petttts and one of the best, If not the very best, Mr. Dftvicon ban aoked the attention of of signatures could have been had to the what Davison had said to me and I feel lawyer in Kentucky, gives it na his unthe Houe of Representatives twice eince protect, if it had been thought at all neces- confident that by so doing I caused him qualified opinion that the office of master Which no retail Iioiii ran cotncte with. While you ouml, wa will ahow you th and the democracy to be more remiss in the meeting oi the Leislatute. On the sary to take the trouble. commissioner and legislator are Incompatl , by electing it organizing the party than they would have the Iloute orfcanlzed ble. Siya he, "The constitution is plain, Ckaii OiiCiiAUD, Jan. 7, 'ST. officer", he arose from bis eoat and placed otherwise. and Dkviaon'a case is, certainly within the Mb. J W. Alcokm Dear But: Id re We are agents for, the beat In the tnaiket; alto the The result shows that the democrats cast the Hon. George W. Gentry, of Lincoln, in constitutional prohibition " nomination for Door Keeper one of the sponse to a request from you I make this about 600 votes les- - at the August election, Hkcketaiiy Lamah has resigned from most important and responsible offico" in statement. Let me preface it with the 1SS7, than they did at the August election, the Rift of the Houe. The republican s'atement that I am not contesting G. M. I8SG, while the republican vote fell less the Cabinet and hia resignation baa been Something new and noel and the ftneat thtog of Ilia kind Inuse. In our linn ot Heating and Cook Ht0Te, we tan In l.ith firlcm and inmt and eiperlully In Heating Store, so caucus bed declined or failed to make any Davison's seat in the leginUtiue, and don't than fiO short, Davison getting nbout as accepted by the President to take i fleet to- we wl-- h to ihnw you something eaceileiit. Of 2uriw w ke.make, Mine, Cement, ll, Ac, and In fact office, and Mr. Davi-eon- , want it. I have other, and tn me at least, many as Morrow got in August, 18SG. day. There ia hardly any doubt of hia there --la carrely anything we baru'i gotItthat It aiijitilm- - near our line. Come Id when you are In nomination for thia town .ml wo shall bo to make ileaisnt lor ymi. Very truly , on his own motion, hastened to throw more important matter to attend to. On Sunday morning before the election confirmation as Supreme Judge, nclwitb-tnndinIn 1887 I ws declared the nominee of we had the miserable yawp of the bljodjr-ahlr- t this eop to the colored friends aud brethren. heard news to the effect that Davis flyers. Whether this ws done in order to placate the democracy of Lincoln county for the on was a candidate. Ssveral democrats met the dusky statesman, who, it is understood, Lower House in the legislature. I accept- in consultation on the subject and I was NEWSY N01ES. REID. W. II. UIGGINS, Sro'y and TttM, hlrnwlf wanted to wako the race for the ed and made the race. My only opponent, elected to see him aud ask him if he was A. 0. BINE, Snp't. Sunday was the 73i anniversary of tho Legislature last AttRtiat. or whother it was eo far as I knew, was F. F Bibbitt, who a candidate and I accordingly went to him recent brilliant ran as an independent democratic repub- and put the question to him directly, "Are Battle of New Orleans. in recognition of Gentry.' The mercury was down to 52 below canvas aRBinst prohibition in the county, lican prohibition whiaky candidate. We you a candidate?'' and he asmred me that at Belgrade, Montana. made a canvass of the county lasting severand was intended therefore aa a delicato he was not, and accompanied thia assurance ghty thousand bushels of wheat wcie hundreds of jjood men al months. Divison was chairman of the with the usual denunciation of Bobbin. compliment to the destroyed In a fire at Jamestown, Dtk. and women who labored for that cause, we, republican county committee. From the His denial was unequivocal. I believed Al Hiteaville, Jamea Llneback killed con time of my nomination to the election he him and went back to mv companions and not being at present in Mr. Davi-on- 'a Whatever sought opportunity to see me and talk reported to them that Diviann was not a L. Clark, bis half brother, in a quarrel. to e:ty fidence, are unprepared J. C. Loomis has betn appointed Su the motive we are not permitted to doubt nbout the race. He said his party did not candidate and I hail full conti lence in his Maniifncturora ot perintendent of the Short Line Division of that it was a pure and noble one, einca it ii intend to put up a candidate and should statements. the L. A N. understood that he has become (ever since not if he could prevent il, and that he in After your recovery from sickness last common with all decent people, was only Fifteen millions of bushels of coal are only an apostle of the election) not summer I stated thee facts to you in a il lating down the Onio and th- - famine is al ness and light" isenerally, but a special anxioua that Bjbbitl, whom he characterI.U.IIHF.I., MOHMUMJN, conversation ami now at your request re at an end. champion ot the temperance movement, ized aa the d neat Bcoundrel in the coun- duce them to writing bo that you may show John West, time keeper at the L A N and that the rihrt of certain cirzans to try, should be snowed under by such a vote this to others as an evidence of the treach have tested his constitutional capacity to as would forever rid the county of bim as ery of this man towards bis personal machine shop, borrowed a pistol mid blew hold two incompatible officei and draw two a candidate for office. He said he was for friends and of the methods adopted by him his brains out. Four uit-- were killed and seven badly -salaries at the name time is only nmther me heartily and would so manage his own to secure his election. Yours Truly, party as that they should either be neutral Injured nt Wilkesbarre. Pa., by the prema devilnh device of the "Wniiky Rim;." Geo. B. Cooi'ek. ture explosion of a blast. Oa last Thursday, again, he took the in thorace or vote fjrme. He thrust thia Stanford, Jan 7th. Amnii Baldwin, late cashier of the fl ;or, eent to the clerk's desk an article confi fence on me often. I inq tired about J. W. Alcorn, B? , Dear Sir. Yonr Fidelity Bnk, died of ptralysis, nt hi whicn had dicueeJ the Davison and from what I heard supposed 7rm this paper rrquest noted I can't object to saying to home on Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, on manner of bis election in really a far more I could rely on him. Oa the Tuesday or Wednesday before you what Davison said to me during the Thursday mornin. temperate and coneider.ite manner than ne race between Dr. Pettus and Bobbitt last Snow has fallen lo tbe depth of two was entitled to expect, and made a "parson-a- l the election he came to ma in Crab Orchsummer. I am and was sheriff of the fret on thx level ill Upp-- r Michigm nit l"L explanation " Mr. Divison seems sin- ard and auk el me nbout my race. I told county and had an office In theCotirt-hou-the storm still continue. cerely unable to comprehend that uentle-me- n him I thought I would ba eloctet by a Davi-obefore the election, several times, and in fact would carry ev- A general morU'ige nnd Investmsnt may undertake to discharge a duty, or good He then told me that be intended to see Bobbitt company wilh a capital ntock of $15,000.-00- 0 to bo a duty, to their O'j pie'tnct except Highland. what they conceive snowed under; that the republicans did not gold, has been organiz-- d in London to party, unless they are itfluenced by per said that he was determined that Bibbitt intend to have a candidate, and tint Pettus uiinets in Mexico. aonal malevolence. He ia loath (o believe should not have the empty honor of carrr-!na single precinct. I riuiarkdd that should wiu by a big majority. I never During the Tear 18S7 there died in that the einerd of the protest, which we (lis talk Georgetown him about these matters and Scott county 12 persona published in nur inane of Jon. 31, could Highland, in whicti there were very few I kaw to me was volunteered always whoe unitfHl Hgt-- s reached 907 year; all have bad any other motive than it! will to demicrata, would of course go for Bobbitt. Davison the evening before the election. were over ISO and tbe eldest 87. HIM. Il ie the very ecslscy of vanity on fie said It snauld not. Toat be would as I was at the little meeting of democrata A span in tbe new central viaduct now if it were true that chairman of his Commltleo put be name of hia pait to think so, but who had gotten a dispatch that Davi-o- n being constructf-- at Cleveland, Ohio, eU these men were Bnnnimj for such exceeding Mr. Young on at Highland, a popular was a candidate. None nf ua could be'ieve on Thursday a distance of 85 feet, killing youDrf man, and that the republicans there small game, we 'ail to see how it is a e would as a compliment vote for him solid it of him. After Cioper'a interview with two persons and injuring fite others reply to the only charge, which is sslkvP jtr JIP" Ml5J,-"il-i&- y V no would even Dtvion another dispatch waa received The republicans of Lexingtou held a ill l' iiTrr either made cr hinted at in the protest, that ly, v: ii it wasnece-rfrom the Tunnel to the aame tff-c- t and I lmison at the time ol bis election wai put hts own name ou fjr that precinct. took it to Davison's office and showed it to rousing meeting and pawed a resolution Will Thia slightly excited aupicioa in my mind liiauil it Inrgo hiiiI m-lrliitvr protecting auninat the confirmation of lltif-Mailer Commissioner and therefore ineligi him. He said emphatically that there was Uir Hiicl Ilmlcrtalior'M UoimIn. .fly n low Hitch will to be Justice of the Supreme Court. of and I aked him plainly and directly if he legislature But as a matter ble to the KcmmIsi iMMiRht In Him nothing of it, that the democrats would be yon mu Thirty one railroads, aggregating Imj cai-vlm- ! fact and ae Mr. Davison ought to know, had any intention of bding a candidate for will lovtt-Nt- . Unit 1 hell perfectly satisfied, that he waa not a candi miles and representing an apparel t tbeee gentlemen have heretofore had no the office. He a wired me that he had not date and that he would explain the whole capital of $328,000,000, were aold under other feeling about him than one of kind and that his only purpose was to defeat thing satisfactorily next morning. bankrupt proceedings during the year 1887. y sympathy for him in bis struggle to im Bobbltt and that my election waa aaured. I never had an idea he was going to run I did not him again bef ire the election, Creed Card wall was acquitted of the prove his fortunes. and would not believe it poa-ibuntil I murder of James Huntsr. He can thank A few days ago, in the city of Lexington, and was surprised beyoud measure to learn saw his name on the republican tickets Old Phil Tnouipson, who nearly always a banquet wag given by the B aine Club to ai I did by accident on the Sunday before -- THAT The tickets were not put out until rhe gets the boys out of tronble, for bis deliv Col. W. O. Bradley. There was a lirge an the election, that D.yison'a nam was on morning of the electltn, but one was sent erance. -amb'age of representative republicans the republican tickets. J. D. Pettus. to ua srom Crab Orchard Sunday evening The heated contest for governor ef Lou present and they unanimously adopted a Crab Orchard, Jan 7, '88. T. D. Newland which I saw. isiana, which has csuitd much bitterness by AftntteBi tate-men- Complete Line of Groceries Oiii fttoclc of XIa.ilvvra.e., Oliver ChilltMl mid tJ.iiii,erial ile-the dy 1Mov.n, 1 IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOK, -- JI04JKICK A UKIOHT. r. o PLANING MILL CO. -- "a-fe- st Flooring. Weatherboarding, Ceiling, riM.NIII.J Eft. lat Masli, Doors and ISliiiri.s always in fttock. PsrEsw- 4 FUKNTTURE STORE ! MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. n, g opt-rat- o - ilia-fact- y La-m- ar hIhiijh enn ln on rlr4 rllle. Uv lower limit ln or Fiirnl. the a irlal nnd 4 e-- le i I R; the "protest" against the confirmation To Whom it May Concern. For sever HAVK Mayor Jacob has appointed that ele and bloodshed, resulted at the primaries U.'S. Senate of Mr Lamar's appointment al yeua preceding the Ian August election Saturday in the defeat of McEnery by gentleman and typical soldier. Col. to the Supreme Bench. Mr. Lamar is per I was on terms of cloe persons! intimacy gant hips the finest intellect in the whole South. with John B Casileman, as the. Chief of Police Nichols. largest pension ever settled thro' The Geo. M Davison. He is one of the purest and noblest of of the" city of Louisville. The Colonel was OKtbe Louisville agtnc waa paid Saturday. In the race of last summer between Dt. born to command mrn and being a eplen-di- e Auerici'e gentlen.en. He is a profound 17 and the piyer Tbe amount was $13 903 J. D Pettus and F. F. Bobbitt for the leg disciplinarian we eipoct lo see the force and learned lawyer. His appointment was was John tl Smith, Msnefee county, Ky islature I waa a warm peftoutl frienl and mde by President Cleveland openly and political supporter of Dr. Pettus. Before put on the beat footing possible. The Ha is totntlv blind. Mayor eeema lo be getting the beat men in strict conformity to law. But he is from -- Tbe 13.000 milts of new trick laid in the election G M. Dtvis.on voluntarily around him and hta administration can but South. The protest againBt him at the 1887 required 1,300,000 Ions of steel rails came In me and talked abiut the taction. redound to the interest of the city. In Lexington, for this reason only, is regurded He told that he did not want a republican at a cost of $45 000,000 The trsnsporla point of personal pulchritude they are and hailed by all republican as both Hating ecurd the services of G F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with tion of these rails from mills to lus candidate and that he was yory anxioua to dailies and we will put him and his 0 proper and patriotic, and yet a respectful many year' experience, ull work will ba done with neatness and diapatch-full- y earned for the road a good many surplus have Fdttm defeat Bjbbilt by a Urge mafoot chief figainBt any other two in the protest on the part of democratic citizmt insured. Spectacles aud Eye Glasses to uuit the eye. dollars. jority. I cannot now repeat bis Isnuage, Stato and kiye several to boot. Ben Hidge gainst the ueatin of Davison in the legisBenjamin Burton, an Atlanta fireman, but it was such n to leave no doubt in my ly, tbe clerk, is not a pretty as he might lature, when to do eo would ba in their has been arrested charged with having only mind that he would Peltus. be, but what he lacks in beauty he makes opinion, a clear violation of the conatitu I was never in my life moie surprised up in avoirdupois, and what la missing in four wItps. It is said lhat he lis married tion, is denounced by every republican Miss Lizzie Kirlley, of Georgia; Misra than I was when I found the evening be. height is made up in brains It's a devil sheet and gutteranipa in the Slate as an Lula Robinson and Lula Hall, of South fore the election lhat lie was a cmdidale, ieh fine team and don't you forget it. "unparalleled oulrane." Tboonly question, (Cincinnati New Orloaus and Toxas Paolilo Hallway.) Carolina, and Miss Delta Wilson, of At would not belie e it ui.til I saw hia name we repeat, which was submitted or nou-h- t XK'VeTA per Notes T, F. Poynter has Isnta. on the republic hi tickets. to be submitted to the legifltturo by this Thomas Butt-fiel- d has been arres'rd at Lino to Now botik'ht out the Soelhy Sentinel and promisD B. EDMItlTON. protest, was one of coiHliiu'inml law a Palmyra, Neb., charged with the murder Bust, (Jnlm, es lo run it up to ita accustomed high stan West. question which should be one of gravn and Stanford, Jan. 6 h. dsrd W. T Havin', of the M Sterling of his mother and father, to whom be gave J. V. ALCORN, Ksq, Dear Sir. -- In Scnlind nss dispaseiontte oticern to all perioue and S S. Casity with poisoned wi.isky, December 21, rivulti g CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87. a few days later, nd about putle alike. Oir etr'c'urei of Jtn. 31, compliance with your request that I u im In the editor al control of the paper. in their KKAIl IMWN. on the manner of Liivieoa'a election were detail to you in writing tho eubitance of He hns been with it for Home time and the lime of theirs in's marriage to nn iu:ai tn: "iHAltiH M1U I'll. me and G. M. Davilady. filAin'riKTiWiTT. not strictly aerinain to the iue, hut were what pa-e- d done much excellent work. Bro. Havens 'o, l. hull. Itu, S. iu.7. Su. I. STATIONS, A freight train on the New River dicalled out by the Cincinnati Commercial son in vurious interviews immediately pre- likrwipe trca'8 his patrons to a good picture tO. Dally No, '.. IUIIj. Kz. Muu. Dillr. l.llr. claiming our action to be a disreputable ceding the last August election touching of himself, a rather egotistic proceeding vision of the Nirfolk and Western railroad Hall. Daily. Dally. I submit this as and smattering much of the Murphy way ran into a rock tide and the engins jump 7Matu i OJ p ui 900 pin 7 53 a m I,''u...Onclt)nail.... A'rr fil'ipm1 t it ii in'lOM effort to "oust" a man who had baen "fairly the race for repre-entiv(Hip ,1 -- LcalD'tim 730 p lu'll .'9pm 10 15 am IS l III 6 .VI iSnm a brief statement of his conduct aud con in XI3p elected." Tr.e llV."in U lOli in I 20 n in II 7.1 n III 1 W ii in '.' M n m, ,11 .'. ...! Juiu'tluii CUT of doing business, but we can see nothing ed into Now River and diappearHil a 20 "... 140 ii iu :i 15 pin G .V J, .....O.kil-l- u OlOaui 9 M I' in II KJ lu Tnisslde isme is a quarrel of Dtviain' venation in b 10 a wrong in it, especially since it was done in engineer was drowned at his post and the . I was iheu as I ui now County Court fireunn was so killed. Twenty Htm load own reeking on ground of hi) own cbooi Ar'T.. Uiattniwia..lTr 7 10 p m u request as he sty. ft 00 p m reopinte to !um .., TT J OJ p bl. ...M... ...... .twain it vyi y tu u T.. I.IIBI lrtii(Mj(a.. Clerk. My affile and Divison'a wer- - both tap. ed cars were demolished. ".' " . A'rr. ... Atlanta Ar'r cash4 00 pin II ltipia km Tub death of Amnii Ilddwin, the -- ...' MniilnshKin II is- - , "juo'ifw Inhis"erplanatijn" Mr. Dtvlsoo, whom in the Court hoiite. We were quite intiNathan ii Sutton was hnnged at Oik u j i in , ,i u in. p.. u ul ... t 0 B . courage increases as hia distunes from Sun mate in Oir locial iniercourse. I was a ier of the II irper's Fidelity Bank at Cm luid, Csl., Friday for murder, after hia , Akron .. Vurk foul increwes, pay hia rupee's lo tin .l warm supporter of Dr PeMtis, my parly cinnaii, removes tbe trial of his caee to a friends had exhausted eyery iflort to so . oo a mi A'rr Ill 0ip m i .Mxrlillan ...I.1... .ISO a iu ' Vr- . MtrlilUn .A'rv n, nominee Davison was ctmiroian of tho re- higher court, where all the circumstances cure a par Ion or a commutation o hia itor of hia piper. H i is repined sit ..I 3 30 a m Hi KlllA'lT Nnw Orlfjin..Ir t l) in a on p in are made manifest. He was under bond of enience. Oa the rc-f- f ild h said: "I "U ing: "Mr. Walton's motive was purely publican comnitUre i 30 a in'iri). .. MtmlUii ..A'rr 1000 pin tl U in l.'v.i Jtrkkou 1 II p iu I).iriug several ieks before thf election $10,000 to answer for the part he took in mire the firm s and Gov. Wntierman U per-onepi'e, and hia only object to slan lldOaiu l.'vt, I'll p Ul 4 zu p in, i. ro aionro and while legally kit'lty, hia taken In tho matter of gran iiig coiminl-tion- s repeatedly camo lo my office and tbe me and giye vent to his malice. Mr. Davi-o- u dsr l'i 01 u III 8 IA p ill Arr. MirTi-K.. nnm in Walton loved ton vlauder of nooest men brought up tiit) subject of the legislative friends claim tnat he was not a mean iun an pardons; i' be holds hie grip Ihn on all iliruiiii truliu, JIhuu Uouilulr llurtul Hltwplu g ' liken buzz rd loved carrion" He con- racf, and in those conversation was in the HI lifiirt, but thedups pf thoe who used community will have little to complain of JOHN O. UAlJtr, Ueu'l Manager, it. COM.UIUN. (Jon'l Krt AA lit, him for their own selfish It is ns regards the showing nf executive clemnpiriied de'en-- e of himseif habit of denouiioibg Bibbitt and repeatedcluded tnta It. UAKIIOIX, (leii'l Hupt., 'ienral offlcoi, Ht. I'anl HutMIng, W-- t Fourth Hlreet, Cincinnati, Oblo. ly said that hi intended to do all he could perhaps heller for all concerned that the ency " It is very rarely that a murderer against the' slander," fiat he whs feels ilie halter draw wilh so good an npin Commissioner of Lincoln county when for Pettu; thnt he wanted to see tbe grave has closed on him forever. on of the law. elected to fie Ie Mature, with this lan- scoundrel, Bobbitt, snowed under, and was Murat Ualstead in his imbecility, is A terrible tragedy has juat been guage: "Anybody who said that he had at going to see that Pettus did it. In several howling because Carlisle gave "New York in PiKe county. It appears that in any time agreed to support Dc Pettus lold ot his conversations be salil that hia party , . and tbe "Confederate" States 72 per cent. had been talking to him about making the 1882 parlies, led by a man named Ha field, a deliberate ami malicious laisenoou s of tbe honors, of the committee MKKIIANT TAlI.OItV abducted three boys named McCoy, and What Mr, Davison in bis individual ca race, himself, but that lie didn't want the Chairmanships, and the moat important conveyed them to West Virginia. A repacity chooses to say of Mr. Walton unless office and wouldn't have it, and was opposgiven to the South. Oily 21 of 38 States ward was offered for the arrest of the Hatindeed he has tbe hardihood to say it In ed to the republicans having any candI hare rorolred and til! recelrlng honoted, but 14 of these belong to the field party, and one of the gang was capour presence, can in no event receive any idal; that he wanted the race mado betweeu Solid South." Well, what are you going to tured who is now in the Pike county jail. notice from ua. What he has said upon Bobbitt and Pettus alonr, and. he would do about it? On Sunday last others of Ihe same party tbe floor of the House aa the acting repre- see that Pettus would bury the scoundrel CouprUInK tbt beat In the market, which will be A murderer was hung in California went to tbe residence nf Rsndolph MtCo), sentative of Llncilo county seems, upon so deep that be would never be heard of from u, at present, again. waa torn in Pike county, ami killed his wife, mother Qotton Up tn Stylo and Mako Seoond Friday and in the fall hia head reflection, to require to Nono in City or Country These conversations were of almost daily from hia shoulders. On tbe scaffold he of tbe three boys mentioned, and his am ; only the remark that tbe acting repiesen Give Me a Trial. tatiye aforesaid Is a very cheap and sorry occurrence until the Sunday before the ' joked about tbe "necktie" and sajd he felt also eet fire to the house, which, with ila i election and I heard bim during the same as happy as a be I bug. blackguard. contents, waa entirely consumed. -- M'ROBERTS & STAGG, &, www mmmmmmt Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, J Queen and Crescent Route. Orleans, South -- Shortest and (Juickcst Texas, South Florida, de-at- boi-vee- n -- e, -- m ' ' j iii-ki- . 1 lu.-pu- ,. . vicn-tiuri;.- ,v . 1 C-- r - 1'ii-- a, r en-ao- ..f.it H. C. RUPLEY, -- two-third- New Goods for Fall and Winter. -- i- . , 7 . In,..-...-.- a. a. imim"mUmtnmUttm)l"mmm&il lli ' rHaall-ai- '' ailiiiKa.ix- - ;p Szr.T.' z- $ - m-Wh- x $ntmorlonnral DUHlnouB K. a. WALTON, Manager. Va., where The town of Louisa I., the editor ol this paper finl aaw the BrIiI. mflered a aevere fire Friday night, 21 of it 24 bualneM hot!) beint; deatrojred, C.-I- Stanford, Ky January VuIiUmUciI Titcmtitu -- AT cemi annual ettlement time I'hTilclam' pretcripl tons accurately compounded. In nt band and I urije thoxe indebted lo me CA.HI1. lJflIC DEATHS, to come forward and nettle at once aa I am tinelbjville banker, hUhrst charscter. urtatly in noeJ of money. Don't wall and Gordon Logan, .Itundetitoodlt we credit that H.oO wlllba Poctod and demanded. let me ak you for it, but otep up like a and Uncle of Col. Emmett O. Logan, died Tha "Free Tontine" I'ollcy lisued by tha Equinot combined The Larpost Stock of Watches, Olooks, table secures Important adran-aifeman and pay me. Very Truly, II C. Ku- - Saturday ol pneumonia, aged 74. Is tho llcy Jewelry and Silvorware " pipy. Tbe dentil of Cipt. Jjujhs W. Brown, In thepopular of any other company, and plan of Insurance em devised. The mott L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Knox-vil- le for several yeara cindiic'ir on the Vtlcc Lower than nuw buslriCM of the lUlUb!e lor 1887 was 8138, Gvtr bought to this market Tiir handling of null on the Cincinnati the Lovest. Watches. Clncka and Jewelry Be- Division, will ciohh & pang of regret (XiO.OOO, ahowing an lnore.ua of 27 mlllloni over J ni r, u Mll trslnuolns Hurlii. palrnl oo ahnrt nntlCK and Wurrnntml. Southern fvtiM to (row more crelea. Our 31 r. tViulh.. the buslneMOf tSfC .. II tt i.X Himtonvillfl letter written yesterday siy in tiie heart of every one who knw bis "OKI" tx ntiM I .VI t.M worth and nppreoial-- d his genial and popHn" 8 . that our Friday' paper have not yet ar ular manners His disea was iodimma-tor- y Local Freight North SKIV AOVIUTIdKllKMX. u " rouin rived, although the? were put in the depot paawngera. The Uttrr Maintain) carry rheumatism and pneumonia and he rnaajoveltcalculsuxl iiinUii'UiU Hint. Holar here Thurday niKht last. An Improve- was nick only for a short time. One rarely t it. 1 4tioiit'.!0 tntnuU'lir ment must be had, or nomrbody'll hear merits a better and truer man than Jim somelbinK drap. Brown and his sorrowiog widow Ih not alone A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. On Monday, February Cth, County Court day, lCii.LKii. Siturday iiurnlnya man about in her grief at her los I will sell at the Court House door In Slanlord, IV) yer of aue attDmpted to jump on the Train tetvet llowland at 7(20 a. m. and rtlurni t ftOahuroiof Farmers Natlocal Hank Ktock. RELIGIOUS, north bound local freight aa it pulled out r. m, AI131KXHT, of Junction City. He miraed his fooltnir Owemboro, Ky. KlderJ. (1 Livingston will preach at S'J7 td and fell under thn wheel, eight enra pass (Joshen Saturday afternoon next at 2 and tOW NOTICES. Ing oTtr and mangling bis body. From at 11 Sunday morning Buy your tfhnol book nnd school sup piper fouud on his urron it is upKed Itev. K H.Cildwell will not till ..is piles from A. K. Penny. his nime was H II. Atkina and that appoiutmrnt at Walnut Flat next Sunday, W ATCIIEH and Jewelry repaired on ehor that he was from Temple, Tex. the 15'h, as he la on a visit to Missouri notice and warranted br A. K. Penny. A sorrel maro with oueeye and icemlnjly about (Saturday, 7th,. lint. Prof. C. P. Williamson has hern called 13 yeariold came to ruy A cuMrLiTTK Ktock ol joKvwIry, has been ited that ilm reason thnt A, to the Carlaiian churcb of this place n ela- The owner can get bar by paylni: fjr u trouble itIh. Ilockford watches a specially. Judge Alcorn Is protesting against Davm with her and this nolke. K. Penny. ted palor for the present year. He preich Is sore toward WEEU T. SJUTlf, firm ol Penny A McAUstir havlriK on' ineligibility it that be Tiir. and evening es every Sunday moroin W7 U btaulord, Ky. thn account art ready fnr settle hie; (I) ) for harine carried "his ward Salary It'elster. fl.JJOO. tuent. Cooie lit once and settle. You may against him for Judg Morrow." This snve cost. slntement, like the other, Is false. Alcirn LAND, STOCK AND CROP. THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. carried "bis wtrd,1 nutwilhstandlng Dsvis-on- 's PERSONAL. C. S Bren', of Lexington, made a sal "tierculean" etl'ort, by 55 and the The urealrst reliictlua In ptlcn ever known nt of six car loads ol wheat, SittmUy, nt 00 WALTKK KIKi.DJl' flrtclaa thoeliig and repair Mn. U. B Coop Kit has moved his county by 137 msjoriiy hop Thankluuiy friend, for their fsrura I'arl new. cents on the cars. family to the Anderson house on the Homer I solirlt the saiuo in the luturer All klnda of Tiir Upper Cumberland Land A Lumbrat to J C. Armstrong delivered Tuesday to work dons In tbsor no of style and warrantol or Ml pike pay. Anything In Iron ber Company have plottvd a tract nf 18 James Dity, of Oarrird, ?.I broke raulo at glTe sil.fnctlonwaii'glTe wood that you ma trial aou be convincMnuiu. J. W. Alcors and II 0 War Verr tnrou all. ed. Uanpr-earr&s of land lying In tliu town of lUrhnur-ylll$10fl.'23 ren are iiei'dii: ho M. Vrunn ciurt U.lliTi:IC 1 I f, Turnernllle. Ky. They have made them all acre Jenkins A Hines, Bowling Green, sold H. PAKKuf Ptrksvllle, was In Mil C lot and will itlrr Ibem at public sale on one car of mull' to a Mississippi man at town Sunday, the ueit of one of Stanford' January 23. The)' will he. sold without re $113 2 and another car to n South Carolina prelly ulr's. ond those wishing lo make invest 60 IIm.mkh and Maud serve man at $117 NUnoie ments in thn mountain-- , will do well to AX. IS, 1SSS, few days Wm. M. Catron OX TIKURNDAY, In th Iitttif. of Urab Orchard, tra viiltln Mrs write l C. W. Metcalf, Jr , their attorney has boiiKbt for Brinkley, Catron (i Co., 7G At my lalerealJenc on Hatiflni Kork I'.lvrr, 4 L M. Lieley. al BarbviurTlllo. will ofhorses nod mules at an average of ah )Ut miles wmlofnimiturd, LIdcj u o.unty, I property Mk and Mm. I'.. L. lvrrm, of R'ch fer to the lilglii-s-i bidder, my ("one, ailnK of lloil'eliold and lichen furniture, ff'omerH- -t Rep orter $00 er Ma p.renla, Mj. and tnond. are vililn II. C JoNKS .ends u a statement if the FarmluK luiple'ntnlsore'ery Mud, Live stock, Ac Term, made known 0'i dsyofsile IVoplo's Niui'Ual Bink at Einli, Tens, Mr. W. N. Polls. ACJS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Jan. , IMS. ,1.1. I It A I'ICiili. Saturday which Uo lliat tb earnings for llu last Mn John M. Williams left and Mechanical six month on $100 000 capital were ill, Senator Harris has presented a bill to to enter H Agricultural 733 GO, upou which a -- cull animal dividend aboli.li the railroad comml.slnn Oolleat liiniiinii. ! cent, wta dciare.l and $1,000 Mn. D Klam w it to Louisville yes- of 0 A bill to npeal the board of rqual'Zt-tin- n terday. In strictly confidential way be cairsed to surplus afior paying $500 on pns'nted in the Houe. ect has Contral Hotel, "Willifimsburg, Ky. told lie no to be surprissd if he brought a premiums and the ordinary current expena The House pMMeed a bill Increasing Thla Hotel ta a very dtilrable piece ol property wf buck, no look oul for a uw bride and r The Lincoln boys are evidently doing the pay of grand juror to $2 and the Sen and will lwiolJcbp.il and on i.y Isrma, If lold at once, for particulars call at Hotel or on II B. groom. well lu tha Lone S nr State. ate oucht to do likewise. Hsrrli, WIUiAinaliuri;. ICr., or N. A. K!chardon, Mil. J B. 0vr.N received a dispatch Senator McKe has rflered a bill lo 7W5 W. Chestnut at , Loularllle, Ky. Onk Fakr. Mody is holding forth in from Uov. MrCreary Friday ntj:ht Inform nbollsh Rowan county and It is to be hoped parked aiidience-- i in the $10, hit hltnof hU appointment aa mall clerk Liuisville to it will be wiped from thn map. 000 tabernacle erected epecially fur bis COKNJGItto fill the vacancy ceceaioned bj the death A'ter a loiigdisciiMion the Houie de The eentleman' meetings. With its usual liberality the cided that no smoking vhould be allowed Severance. Jauitof Louisville A Nashville advertises a rate of ery pmud of hi appointment frlen-'r during Mansions. A motion against chewicg My Karm ol5) Acrej. Ii mile south of Monroe Stanford one fare for the round trip from ail stations was voted down. Mn. W.B. Walton, of tn Hmlth'a, on Orren Hirer In thla rounty, alio Horln WKon, Harneta. i Harrows, 8 ShiMU, 2 will arrlta here to day from Rowland to IVnlck on the 13. h, 17lb IiTrriuon Joubsal, A hill to prohibit the sale of liquor Cows, I Heifer, 2 ('aires It not told prlfately public and 2d hof this munth for all who may within 1 miles of Kirksvllle, gave Gen. will he aoid at i'ubllc Auction oo Jau. ci, ISSjJ. a cood paylnis pol In lb to ta (lord Title HI vet 1 litre Is a gw.I, new box advantage ol these meetiugs. printing otTice. He ! a fine fellow and wish lo lake Fry an opportunity to air himself at great Houo conial nit Kitchen, I'jrljr. Scullery, Pan- try. 3 Koorui ami Altlc liwl'lw belnc a Tickets good lor three dav. lrom a 0mi-- cI length and veheui-nc- s upon the temper c unlit i.tddtore ruoiu lUrn. HenJbe oulbiilldluks of Hoje, Pi sly, and a couin of Col. Corn 'rb. WAcon rir.ed and (!ood iiiu Huu.e. ilnifcrt Tin: official statement ol the condition of ance question. Tula la a aultab e ple lo a .lore. Kor partlcu. Tlmea' Wuhlngton the Lincoln Cmnty B lildlng and Saying tTlll W. Iloii-- e sat upon a resolution ThursThe lara ap.ly lo ir aililieta tialelo com mine at io o'clock. Cor. anows that in the lew than five day providing for an ndjourament at nif FrtiUiyn, Down in Pulnnki Tnomna Kndrick and O. B Thompan, prominent cltlzn, en 10, IH88 Rafd in a llgat at Woodstock, when the latter erlouly cut Dm former in peveral places. Tiir riKtilar ed. Vain boptl The o. w. never nrrovel Sadly the false prophet wai hauled down, to be replaced by later advices. The flag holster can account for the wave giving ua y on but one scientific and plausithe ble explanation, which will be readily grasped by the community, viz: Alex Mar tin furnished the 11 ig pale and BUI Foster erected it. That combination in sulucient to Joimh any weather prediction that was H. ever made. go-b- Thk member of the Ladies' A,id Society deeire to tender tbelr sincere thanks to the ladies and gent'emen who so kindly ed in their late entertainment asr-isl A R. -- Rapid Increase The roptiltrlty ol tt.e Kqullabla Lira Ami ranee Hoclcty is oIOri(d by ths fact that Hoe A Lyon, of Louisville, tnanaxtrs of the branch office fur Kentucky and Temiesseo, ont lorwnrJ appll catloni In 1887, sinountlnato J'l,40O,CO0 aa agalnet 11,937,(100 fur 18S6, a gain uf 70 er rent. Tha "Eiultnble" t ttio larxrat, atronjteiit and mott iroirous Mutual Lllo luaursnc? Company In tho worltl, and Its record for prompt, gool fait ti In all ltnlctllnKi with policyholders U of tha DBiLas PHARMACIST, in- nm, -- ... (cfer-W-WMf- C -lf J Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. tz. Mr- - ?"'ciJc; fif ANNUM, JJ3W23I.23R. 'rr '.V r5- -- v'" s trl" 1 NTIJE. Il'.I. Wall Paper, MMJa i Furniture, BSTRAY. (le Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. r latt It Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. R. K. WEAREOT, dla-olve- d, pit MaanraMHHfiHraHHraVIHHHNM e, ench.-rUich- l.'-gisle- w lil.lt Mim PUBLIC SALE J iroul lat BUT OP i hd. GROCERIES . pr Ior aJ or liOiiMe len 2M-a- lJ T. R. MAIN VALTON -- FOR SALE PRIVATELY!! - " & SOMEESET STS.. 1 pl'r, d'-er'r'- I.-riu- LOCAL AFFAIRS 0l.ivr.n Mocker A ClULLE.) pliiwa and ex.rm al pot- - nrlhlV, breil appointed Tidal Way, in Whitley. JOKI. KYAN hs mister at Foil Bent, lb siom-roee;l by I'enny'e Drug Htor. 1. John Bingnman in lately ocenpi l'oeion Jsn r'4 of the Din- y-- : "Mr Divisun wa not ville Aihvcale elected to the position with the greatest of t honor, and it is no htng bill right to down him by law If poMihl " Tin: Stanford corre-P'inde- ni month that it lias been in existence It has earned a net dividend of OJ per cent , or at the rat of about 16J for a yetr. The gross esrnimrs were at the rite of 2G per cent., but rMlionary, books, printing and other expeneeshad to Iw paid. This beat! the Innking bnlne all to pieces, and while furntahing stfe and profitable investment of fundi that would otherwise be perhaps foolishly spent, In. been nf material ailvan tag to the town. A number of houres that would not have been built but for it are either completed or in process of erection It is bound to prove a big thing for Stan ford and it stockholders who is disposed to poke fun at the IHTrillOll JoiIUNAL "11 g hoist er" hands us tne fullowinu: The Signal A Aoclllon Service man here received Friday afternoon the first order lu hoist tho cold wave flag. The day win at balmv as spring time and the soft mphyrs blew gently thro' the $75,000 aired, fanning the heated brows of tho coatlees husl'.esama'j and still warmer ' A letteii from Bru Btrne. receiyed too however, lor eslrians. Upwnnlth) II late for this JsMie, tells of lit betilnnir.g in sent they novel lie, end when ihe while bunting Xw Orleai.a with the 0 Mrs. Welch unfurlwd itself hi the would wild the black en htm and strong tslth that the Lard tiiganticjiole, lhs II ig hols'er He holds forth In Minerva Hall-,- tip end of the provide. enclosed in his letter, turned around and looked who acxious w nee by hand gar. i westw.trd, as if expeciirg lo bo oyr-tsk- n Royal street. Address him at 281 bv the blur. in. before lie could reach had beeu decided by Collector Bron heitrinuarler. He started In hasle to make It cot- preparation for the Icy visitor, an! on enston to appoint Mr. J. M. Cock deptily W. E. Varuon went lo cterrt tering his ifli-- n th first object that met his lector in case Mr Var-no- n (or n commllteH at Washlngtun. gijjMii a ciium at whom lie had but to go on arcnun' of the looa to be convinced that he vai a firm has decided not to tho cold in Oreely. Sitting hugi-inpar, which I $ per day, being luauflieienl, nil Mr Cook will hive to wbii. We bd nlovo was a tall, lean, lnk, hungry-lookinu hnned oti hia arcjunt tuai the arramrem-n- l individual, competely envalopeJ in an imIs not cap drawn would haye been perlected, for there mense overooit, with co.in-aki- n man n belter democrat nor more deservins' over bis bead and ears, leaving nothing vln in Lincoln county. idIh but hid eyes, hile uroucd his neck wn He wna wailing woolen uiUllar Fiiiday and Siturday were warm day, a luue " Friday arid ready fur Hih wave A chill ran thro' "the mercury going a high aa 70. the bolster's frame, and he at onca became afternoon we leceivrd a tlispiioa to hulst a still stronger convert to meteorology. All t ie cold wave slnal slid that the tempera. doubt, to a. the Irigld air's arrival were at following after Mrs would fall 20 by the and calling Joe (J e's the got switched iT once noon. The wave, however, new de vil) he ordered a red hot fire at once. rooiiwhere, at Junction Cilr, pnsilbly, and Sunday Tne afternoon waned -- still no cold wave; instead a heavy rain fell until earth-- no had dropped darkiifsi crept o'er the face of the morning, when the mercury tne morning dawned brightly btllo; freexing to 37 and by night was at the beautiful -- no Arctio wind aa yet; noon A sliiibt anow fell during the day point. came with still greater rise of temperature aqd yesterday morning hail and aleet made -and It wag then that the axpectant, ready and disagreeable locomotion and trustful population began to kick. The Kentucky Tnen came the predlotlon "For man o( iliga was questioned on all aides. fair weaiher," and the "holstar" warmer the signals !I had led ihem to urepare for it and it felt like fool aa he displayed spring up blinding drittle, came not. A coolness beitan to on the frozen ropes, in the against the official. But still he hoped on, benumbed hia hand becoming thoroughly for the 24 hours' probation had not ezpir- dolDg io, In n, Tiie First Natl nal B.nk of 12 IxahetH-towearned JoeS.Urlmes, Cashier, 10 during Ilia lal six months, out ot which it paid a dividend of 3 percent , $2 rid $500io surplus and cnarg.d Tne ctpilal is 125 55 worth of bid debt. $5,-03- oehtlkman fr t, the end of CO days. There are too many little horse who never got $5 a week before for rtich a resolution to pas Representative Meado, of Cirroll county, will II ur a bill in the House cm ferring upon railroad conductors, while on duty the power of peice cilice rs, with the concurrent richt to maku arrest. Everybody thought old inan C'ok too good for anything when he otTered a bill prescribing revere pain and penalties lor legislators who accept railroad paeses, as well as for the corporation that ifsue lliem until it was dl.co'ered that be went io Frankfurt on a pd and tbeu they lanubed him to fcnrn, - Our own Senator Ritjney ie responsible for the introduction and passage of this ru uurkablu bill: "lis il enacted that Wil county, a mail coti liam L p), nf tractor, earning the United States mail from Yoseuitte to Liberty in Casey county, be and be in hereby autnomxl to put a bell up.iu his team or teams whilst he car rius said mail " Cobbitt Heard From Again. (To tho Editor of the iNramoit Joubnal.) CitAli OitCHAliD, Jan. 9 1 have been so llcited by several prominent members of Inth parties to become a candidnto for Cjngress. I aball not be a candidate lor Congress. The people are well pleas d Hin James B. with our Comrrevm-tn- , and are more than willing to re turn him again, I wonld aland no show ol election, mile, the republicans would votn for me as solidly a il I were their noai-ne- e, which I know they would not do. Thut -- iW'U SMITH, JOHEi'U KHlctilaDd, Ky, AJSD GJB7T THE risJLrj-aiB-- sTATU.urc.vr of tiii: coxiiitiox ok fllK s' -- JLjmJ Stanford Roller ON- - Mills, Naav mJLm rasa ThoCthdayof Janury,18SS, which Commonood Bueiooss on July. 7th, 1887. KKouUHCtS Ileal Kitate. ....- Kills Kcelvahle 10,000 Uushels Wheat ... I.VJO Bmheli Cor Kmptr 8ick un Hand., IVraoual rroperty.. Flour on haid fjl.JlV80 4,819 21 IliKheNt inurket price puid Tor Irloh I'ofatooH, CublmKe ami Dried Applen. 8,' 0,1 0J 7i0 00 cn.on 275.00 4,3)1.8 ' ,TO).00 titcck unpaid (jisa in llauk v 1,719.10 J4G.0I9I0 I.lAKILlTIKi; Bills Payable Capital Stock til.57J.60 - l'loatlnit 1'rolltand Lxa - IS.SW.IO 510 00 1,110.16 4'1,010.2(J CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE iThe Weokly Edition of tho Ooinmercial Gazette.) T. J. FOSTER, Trest. 1SSS. ir J. S. H0CEER, Secy. l Harper's Bazarl IlliiMriiteil. elm It Stands g Hurpe'a U'Xr Ii a home Journal. It couitloea C4 liuiatu'o aud fine rt lllinuntUuu with tbe latest intellUe c regarding tiie lastiloui Kaoh nuniloT haa clerer ferial aud abort alorlci. pracit Imiuorom bright poem calami llmoiy sketches, i tc. Its piilte'ii alieet nn i bslibm plate supplements will aloue lielp ladiea to save irntiiy tlimstbecotlof tbe aulitcilpllon. and pxiaoa jDOX-Tj&l.JF- 1l ! aoeUI eilipi'lt, doraitTh uri, bona kte.t.in,( la It useful In eellles lhi queaiion. , nil Its bniucfces. cuoiery etc., uuk a true pruumler of economy. hnuehold I have been repeatedly asked if Q M. everullio laiasre and of choice readng matter, aud It luruiitied to ''ontalna Tho Wooltly Gazotto One Hollar per marked by ,"ood s n and nut a Its than inoteult a wtttper atinu n, m .king the utteoi can line ii admitted to It eoHimiis ibat could otlend tuUirtbL'iaU ut iu lowIleiubllcaii uentpaper In ihoO;iilrnl clutiH. prlreltas tbo load aa a Isiully Divison were unsealed if 1 w mid copy. It Ibebetl it ta In the mo t faatidiuui lurto. glTea all tbuucwk with every detlrab'o detail In lUcent ahape, with the following depart-mnand it didate lo nil the vacancy. I answer em m eys , OKTE5 the Top Shelf in Character, It is ihe Beit Newspaper, Itis a Republican Paper, It is the Family Faptr, It is the Soldier's Paper, It is tho Farmer's Paper, It is the Children's Paper. on jA. 3T3E3uSl3FX. ba uewi-pap- er nt: ii nd I phHlically, Ncl I am t Milled to a full term intend to have il or have the fun rf running another;14 years' rce,upon whini I have already commenced, and have de ciared myself a candidate for 1889 I will commence the canvass wben the Legisla ture adjourns, aualnst which time they will have committed errors enoiiuu to pave my way lo Frankfort in 1SS9, Fontaine F Bobuitt Harper's Periodicals, llarptl' Baztr Harper's Maatlno 1'Ktt YUAK. 'Ihe CO I'Miuuiclhi nntl ejouimurcinl JJfp..rin - H 4 Are given In full and tbelr reliability It well known throughout the country, ileporte srs tclfRraph-e- d every day from New York and Chicago over our own wire, giving bottom fait aa to the market. - 0 puj-er- "0 llarper'a Weekly .. .. la oue of the uiMt jaipulsr feature and hualwayt Wen conaldered of morn value 'to fitruier thiu iuv 2 00 . Harper's Young Peoplo Toll department la carefully edited by men of long exponecce. my timet tho com of the to all subscribers In the United 1'ostatto free Utiliiiuey Malta Canada or Mexico The AurlculUirui liepartiueut The oruer, Th Volumes ol tbe Uazar tHgln with the tirat number for January ol each yiar. When no tlino iauieutlouid anucrlp lous will twg'n with tho number current al tne time of receiptor order. Ilotiud Volumes of Harper'a Haiar. for three Hog skin it used extensively for saddles y,nra back, in ueatcMh binding, will be sent by of by beoause it is the oolv leather that all tbe mall, poatoge paid, or dLei express, trie fl expena) per vol not exceod (provided tne Height stretch can be taken out of and there is no uiue) for $7 per Volume. volume, tollable lor bind. Cloth Catea lor each other leather that can stand so muoh frlc Inu.wlllbe aeut by wall, postpaid, on receiptor and wear si well. All the straps are 81 estcn. tfon Iteuilttancei ibould be made by poitoftice money made of d tewed cow skin. There is littb nr.i.rnrit nit. tn a told chance of Joas Newipsnraare not lo copy tbla advertisement strength In hog skin, so it cannot be uieu l without tne express order otHartxr.t Urolberi. J Addresa llAltl'KIt 4 BKOTHEHd, New York. for straps. Kxclutlvely for vcuuij people and the Utile folki, is one of the attractive and valuable feature) of Ihe Weekly and Bern! Weekly oditlont. Orifilniil 8(oriea aud Choice Selections, 'J With the moat Intt resllrg iorrenondencB from all parts of tbe world, appear every weet In both tbe Weekly aud tieuit.Weekly edltloua. In a word, It a complete newtpaper, and tbould bo lead by every merchant, minulacturer, mechanic, f trmer and prufritlonal man in the United rilatei. he Weekly Gazette, Nenil-Week- It printed Tuesday and Friday at Si 10 a j ear. Order a umple topy for your Address B"Kxtr Inducements lo Club Agent, fur leb7-8- . The lj Oit.ceie friend or Lelhbor. Tho Commercial Guzotto Co., Circinnati, O. Z' s. t?rr ' r jHIISa XAN OLD Why sUVt tliou by thnt ruined wall, Thou nijod carle, o sh rn nnd grnyf Dost thou Its former prlilo recall, Or iiomlcr how It juis'd awayf POEM I ON TIME. ...JT somnta, f Know'Ft thou not mef the deep volco cried, Ho long cnjnj 1. o oft misused Alternate In thy flcUo pride, Dtwlrod, neglected and accused? ..i-i- ut Before my brenth, like blazing flax, v1fl''n Man and his marvels pasnwayj -ffiM And changing empires wane and war, o Are founded, flourish and decay, . Redeem mlno hours the spaco Is brief Wlilla lu my class tho sand grains shiver, And measureless thy Joy or grief, When time and tbou shalt part forever, Tho Antiquary. heart. Ono being had understood mo; ono alone; nud I had let thnt friend depart forever. Poor nnimnll Artist of' tho ring! With what sympathetic attention ho had looked nt mot "And I dreamed thnt I went Ivtck to Capri, guided by thnt old horv). How ho hnd traversed tho gulf ..f Naples is not explained, but he nnsthero with me, searching for the unknown. "And the nott dny I hastened to tho Plnco of tho Throne. I found tho snltimbanquo and proowl thnt ho should w;ll mo his horso. At first ho rejected my proposition. That horso supirtod threo persous; thoy would have to touch another, nud ft would tako too long, etc. my sented to cede him in merry-go-roun- that a feeling of rcmorso oppressed TIME'S DARLING IS DEAD. NEWCOMB IIOTKJ. MT. VERNON, KY. n This old and Hotel Is still maintaining Ha fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the traveling public, St. V. XIMTOJin, Pro'r, tVttm Mt. Vernon, Ky. From out tho crjstat snow, A year ago, TC) The anuols mado her; And the sentinel stars of night One his blue ejod darling light; Then they pillaged thouioon other crown To fashion u pure while gouu; And the circled her waist amain XSLi ah the w U of a comet's train. , From out of tho eatern pray UK). Of a now born day '"fctft' Thoy took n strand; a3 And thoy bound the sllxor lino With n ray of the sun's dor line: And thoy ovo them well In a loom, The threads of hope and of doom, Till the) foiineU a beautiful car Jlado fast to n meteor star. jsJiw2J53 MOTHER3 MAKES "'" Livery, Training, AND Feed, ! an '.' SALE STABLE toa-fin- i, Having rented the .tablo on Depot street, I am prepared to train and break horse on reasonable term.. County Court day trade Millctled. "At last, however, tho Jtimlanquo conexhango for u second S JOilX 11. V.IHVKSTKH, HMliford, Ky S? h lw3 & hand THE DIVIDING HORSE. for sale on account of death. "I brought my friend proudly homo; proudly, though nt n wnlk and behind a cab. Ho HV AU11ELIE.V SCrtOLL. has seen hard times, no doubt, during his has in his stnbles six horcs long career, but I give him a hnppy old ago, The Count X of nil stylos of beauty, ami beiJtlo them, in a nnd ho shall sleep in his luxury uiTvctionntcly stall which touches tho wall, stands an old watched by him whom he ulono could understand." horso covercl with scars and w ith great upon his knees. This frightful speciNEW YEAR'S IN MANY LANDS. men of tho equine race is treated like a son of tho family, and is caressed and cherished. In China New Year's Dny is tho chief They inako him a soft bed; thoy servo him festlvnl of tho yenr. It comes, by tho unwith hay from tho Mnison Doreo and oats certain calendar of our antipodes, lato in from IMgnou's. They oxerciso him ovcry January or tho beginning of February. It is morning for a short time, and when it is celebrated with mnny of tho observances over so slightly cold or foggy thoy cover him peculiar to Now York. Visits arc exchanged, with a warm blanket. Ho lives liko ono who presents mado; the Chinese, clothed in their is enjoying his revenue. finest dress, hasten from house to houso to "AVhero tho devil did you find that horso!"" call upon then-- nearest friends. Wines, asked a friend ono morning while they wero cakes and confectioneries are offered; conharnessing the break. gratulations arc exchanged and good wishes "It is n very simple story," answered for the new j ear pass from guest to host. It . "In tho most dolorous circumstance X Is not said thnt the Chincso ladies sharo in of my life this animal was tho only being tho fostivitie , but they probably consumo w ho could understand mo. In a voyago to their sweetened balls of rico and their sugared Italy 1 bad encountered at Capri a woman fruitH in tho inner rooms of their dwellings. for whom I conceived a grand passion, or, The roscmblani between tho Chincso celemore truly, tho only passion that ever in- bration of Now Year's Day nnd that of our vaded my heart. Sho was cither English or ancestors is so alike as almost to prove that American, and I was destined never to sco the one is borrowed from the other. her again. Remembrance tortured me. I I For thousands of years tho Chinese havo paced tho streets of Paris, in all tho senses of exchanged visits and good wishes on Now the word, in order to forget her or distract Year's Day when Caar penetrated tho my mind. I had but ono imago in my heart, Belgic marshes, and when tho errant Gauls one namo upon my lips. My friends, whom descended to tho sack of Rome. Wo may bo my melancholy saddened, drew away one by sure that tho custom has never changed. Ono one, and when one day I wanted to confido of its peculiar traits may w ell bo borrowed in in ono, and I named to him my mysterious other lands. On Now Year's Evo every passion, bo began to laugh, saying that thoso Chinaman jxiys his debts, and is freed from sentiments were not for our duys. I quit every liability. For ton days before tho now him brusquely and recommenced my vaga- (. year business ceases, accounts nro balanced, bond cxistonco." books written up. Honesty is a Chineo vir"Last Now Year's day, Paris, I tue, and tho unlucky bankrupt iu his remorse. heard the rolling of a drum. A saltim-banqu- o is often driven to suicide, Tho Chinese was gathering a crowd and a clown among themselves are a contented, cheerful, was ranging them in a circle I pushed my uncomplaining people. Family life among wny to tho first row of the crowd. them is usually happy and united; tho teach"By tho side of tho drum stood a horso ings of Confucius and Mcncius are full of curiously nccoutered. On his head was a hope. bunch of three colored feathers, faded and But tho lntenso superstition of tho race fills stringy, and on his back a mantlo, once rod China with a constant disquietude. On Now but now a dull brick color, and with fringo Year's Day it is supiiosed that the "Spirit of which may have leen gilded tho first year of tho Hearth"' makes his annual visit to tho Duquesnel's direction of the Odeon. skies. If he should go away in anger tho "Thin and rough of coat, trembling on his good fortune of tho family would bo lost forpoor animal contemplated tho ever. Ho is followed legs, tho with incessant prayers crowd with an air of sad resitcnatiou. and n farewell from each member of tho household. A peculiar kind of sweetmeats is offered him to closo his lips together, and some bonns to feed tho horso on w hich he is 1 I supposed to ride. Even tho educated Chinese share these ideal fears. In a recent inunda' i tion of the Yellow river, that was followed by a wido devastation, ono of tho most leamod nnd powerful of tho Chinese officials fell on his knees before a water snake that had crept out of tho flood, beseeching it to save tho country from any further danger. On our own continent, long before England and Holland hnd adopted tho eastern custom, Now Year's Day was celebrated with bt range and fanciful ceremonies hi the splendid cities of Yucatan. The story of Mayan civilization is as yet only imperfectly known. But we may still wander umidst tho ruins of Its great capitals, along highways onco trodden by countless travelers, and lift iu part tho veil that hides its fallen spUndor. Fifty cities, it is said, covered tho peninsula of Yucatan. Thoy were joined by flno roads patod with stone. Their temples nnd THE DIVICTKO HOUSE public buildings were of enormous size. "Evidently ho was hungry, and death nlono They wero not far behind tho Chinese In could put an end to his sufferings. many of tho refinements of a civilized Ufa "The clown blow a trumpet, wbilo tho To tho Mayan the now year camo as to all other man continued to beat the drum. other races tho symbol of a now existence. "The musio ceased ut last and the clown The temples wero swept and decorated nucw commenced his harangue. perfect cleanliness was jiait of their " 'This horns, ladies and gentlemen, is tho faith. The huge idols weroa carefully freed ono which boro tho duko of Orleans tho day from dust. Tho children of tho schools, tho of tho execution, of Louis XVI. Later ho priests and nobles joined in the work of puribecamo tho intimate friend of Robespierre's fication. Many persons fasted for thirty pack mule. This horse, pupil of Mile, Leuor-mandays before tho new year's ceremonial. But can count up ton hundred, only wo w hen the morning daw nod all was joy nnd stop him nt tw elvo, so as not to tiro tho pub- congrntulntion. Tho women of Yucatan, lic, if o divines tho character, tho faults and like, thovo of China, took littlo part iu the tho good qualities of tho spectators. Tho ceremony. But tho princes, nobles and price of tho consultation is fixed nt ten priests, clad In fine robes, filled tho courts of centimes.' tho temples. A banquet of Mayan delicacies on four legs desig"Tho old wasprolded, wiuo and Intoxicating liquors nated successively tho mot lazy person, tho flowed freely, tho ieop!o drank madly, and most gluttonous and tho most obstinate. tho barbarlo scono usually closed In a fierce '"Now, (tentlemon,' added tho clown, 'this and bloody contest. surprising animal will designate tho person In their wild wificrstltions tho Mayans surcf jou rJ vhoij mutt in love. He fixe no passed oven the lowest savages. They fed on prico for thnt useicito and relies upon tho the bodies of tin ir captives nnd slaos; their generosity of tho public.' temples rung with the shrieks of their vic"A few pennies fell upon tho carpet nnd tims. tho horse mndo tho circuit of tho crowd Itomnn, Egyptian, Hebrew, Greek rejoiced twice, looking each one in tho oyes and hav- with tho now year. At Homo nn imago of ing n relloctivo nir. Then ho seemed to tal.o tho golden age wns imagined. Tho slavo behis resolution nud came straight to mo and came for a moment free; perfect equality took tils stand boforo me. m led in the Itoman home; gay sports " 'Is it th.a young ladyT nskod tho clown, laughter filled up the llerhng moments ofand the oJntiiig to it pretty little washerwoman, Hatui imlin. The Itoman celebration passod who bhibbed v rtsd as n cherry. down through the Middle Ages, nud some"The horso shook his head for n negative thing of tho license thnt luvl pro ailed iu the hoases of Caesar and .;!lust wasndopted in the homes of our Euroix-aancestors. But ( to tho modem tho conception of tho now eni JLJ --- v and ita duties is of a higher nnd happier nature. It is not the Mnyan, the Chinese, or even tho Itoman festival. It is tho opening " z- ' I " fSPir-!- . -- "rf of a now in whit h bettor thoughts nnd purer motives may linvo fteer piny. Wo rejoice, visits are exchanged, good tho hopes of the future rekindled, tho new jwge of life surveyed with no desponding eyes. In tho new yenr thnt opens upon us wo havo much to do. Wo nro to remember more thnn over that wo nro but men. Wo are to study more than over how to help ouch other. Eugene. I.aroiiii in Hnrix.r's cnl-lousI which hupiK'iied to bo WILLIS HOUSE, JUIXST., IIICII3I0MI. KV xQJ8si a a Sal J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. I Porn good Tablo Hliould bo used a few months beforo confinement. Hcnd for book "To MoTitrna," tnalleil free. IliianriiLU IIiuulatob Co., Atlanta, Ga. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlit pewdcr noTr Trle. A marvflol purltTi '.More pcononilr! trength nd wholMoiocnwi. thsa the ordlnrr klnd, nd ofcn not le tola low tMt .ihon eompctlton with the multitude wrUbt alum or nhnpltn pnwdnrt. KolJonly In lljiTit riillNO 1'owdki C. cans. iim Wll Mtrwt NwYnrV And clean acd welt furnl.htl rooms, this Hotel has no auperlor. (loci pample room, atuche.1. 2Ul-l- y aVTIUtea tl 00 per day. H. O. JOHNSON, THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, I. now prepared with a good .lock and an additional workman to do any kind of work In hi. line promptly and In the Wat manner. Give aim a trial, elnop on Lancaster .trm-t- . (177) KENTUCKY uilllfP-sUrHMM CENTRAL 1. IlMIIC.M 1." G. A. BENEDICT & CO., liTASFOlin, KKNTUCKY. Then dorn from the gates nboe. A bit to love, Sho camo to his hand; Put tho crimson and silver wero one, And his hopes but a mlt In tho sun. The cloudit In their sorrow may weep, Whilo tho stars no more Igllance keep, As thoy search on planet and sphere For his darting, tho dying year; Hut they wandemnd weary lu vain To restore the living ualn; For under tho crj stal snow, A night ago, Tho angels laid her. Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster!. 0VVrlli Drilled to order and pump furmlihij 2141 f at Uctory prieet. Xi. Fast Line Between I, the undersigned, have In Danville, Ky , a neat Training rltable, and am prepared to break and train horeea either lo .adJInnr trot, and .ay IaUXlAOTON A CIXCIXXAT1 to the pcopleof Lincoln and adjoining counties If you bave a horao that you wut broke, trained or Through tickets and bagicaje chicke.1 lo any sold, and will bring It to me, I will guarantee destination reached by railroad. you will do my brut with your .lock Kor lull particulars, call on any agent o( tlis bave a horm you want sold, bring It to me, a. we cominy,or have the second best market In the Htate. H V. II. MOIWK, I). A KHKI.KY, SM-l- f N.tMVEl, JO II SHOW (ien.laa. Audit, Trav. 1'asa. Agent, TRAINING STABLE ! Shortest and Quiokost Routo from Oen tral Kontucky to all Points North, Eait, West nnd Sonthwott, TAGKNOX IIOUSK, IiONDOK.lCY. LOUIS SCHLKUEli, Covington, K v lyilnjlon, II K. IIUNTINOTON, Itecelver, (ieneral OlScfs, CovlnKtmi.Ky. Kv F . B. RILEY, Proprlotor. l'JIOTOttUAlMIEU, Ha9BBAjKaavia.wappsesajsiasBHiSMsWiH9fsse Hcfiir-niNlirsI rifr-- d, Curlnu Old Alinuimcii. With tho New Year wo all betake ourselves to now nlmanncs. And these almanacs of ours are very ditrerent from thoso of the Fifteenth ami Sixteenth century. Hero is tho title pngo ot ono of them: "A I'rognossicacion nnd nn Almannck fastened together, declaring tho Dlspoclssion of tho Peoplo nnd nlso of tho Wether, with certain Electyons nnd Tymes choon both for Phisike and Hurgerye, nnd for the husbandmen. And nlso for Hawekyng, Huntyng, Fishyng unil Foulyngo, nccortllng to tho Science of Astronomy, mado for tho Yearoof our Lord God M.D.L., Calculed for tho Merydyan of Yorke, nnd practiced by Anthony Askhnm." At tho end, "Imprynted nt Ixnidon, in Kioto Htreto, nt the Signo of tho George, next to Sal it Dunstan's Church, by Wyllyam Powell, cum privileglo ad solum." Then follows tho Prognostication, tho tltlo page to which is as follows: "A PrognoNsicacion for tho Yens of our Lord M.CCCCC.L., Calculed upon the Merydyan of the Towno of Anwarpe and tho Country thereabout, by Master Peter of Moorloeke, Doctour in Physleko of tho same Towne, whoreunto is added tho Judgment of M. Cornelius Schute, Doctour in Pliysicko of tho Towno of Bruges in Flanders, upon and concerning tho DIsposiciou, Estate, and Coudicion of ccrtaine Prynces, Contreys, nnd Regions, for tho present Yere, gnthered outo of his 1'rognossicn-cio- n for thj Ktmo Yere. Trnaslatel oute of Duch into Englyshe by William Harrys." At tho end, "Imprynted nt Loudon by JohnDaye, dwellyno over Aldcrsgato, and Wyllynin Sci es, dwellyne In Peter Colledgo. These Bokes nre to bo sold nt tho News Shop by tho Lytle Conduyto iu ChejHjsydo." And hero another: "An Almauacko nnd Prognostication for tho Yeare of our Lorde MI) I.I. , practysod by Simon Heuringins nnd Ixnlowdyko Boyard, Doctors in Physiko nnd Astronomyv, &c. At Worcester in tho Hygh Streto." And another: "A Newu Ahnanacko and Prognostication, Collected for tho Yere of our Ixird MDLVIII., wbcrciu is expressed tho Change niul Full of tho Moone, with their Qunrtors. Tho Vurietio of tho Ayro, nnd also of tho Windes throughout tho wholo Yero, with Times to Bio nnd Soil, tako Medicine, Sow e, Plant, aud Journey, &c, Mado for tho Meridian of Nonieh and PoloArc-tick- e LU. Degrees, and serving for nil England. By William Ivcuuiugham, Physician. Iinpryuted nt London by John Dnyo, dwelling over Aldcrsgato." llICIIMOKIi, KKm'CKV. nutl ThoroiiKlily 'nrc Photograph in all styles and lizos. Flrit.rli tlirtiHKlionl. nnil nllit mil tbhoiiiiIiIc prlre. tnliiNnre met ly polite l'ortemof Uiln Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and lteniloI liy I ( las IKsl nniiini;iiin.i ))lpuiIVIUt Nl.AlBaTCHICACOllT,lL- - I siV uaTfallBSBsisi ioulnr Hiiiihv. 207-C- Water Colon. DH. W. B. PENNY, New deilgni In Frames Prices. an! Mits Jat very (JOI-l- low ANEW FAST MAIL -- LKAV1XO BOTH Htiintord, - KKNl'iar, - IContnolcy NOTICE. To tho Citizon of I.OIIINVII.I.i: Ially, A. OI.VCI.WA Tl secures to travelers Lincoln County: THE MOST RAPID SERVICE clt-Im- thetownol Huufjrl irat w.i dely any Mill to ot the rual inquillty of dour, we think prlda cltltens to enough tbe county should hate county f Ever attempted tistween tbe treat commercial tVe with iu Insustsln the same i.tronlio and theObtv lllver and i tilcitU", and hence form whom it may concern that we are In tbe the lastest time aud mtait c.iuifor.slile trains Ih. market to buy your wheat and corn and will give the highest market prtrtj lor same. We iwwii all ilnts In IbeNoiifi, or lu tbe ll'mf The rvunle part of this train aud Hart nrvsjl l ave added aome uew machinery to our corn meal Offlee on Lancwter ttrMt, next door to ! any on all trunk lltn Is denouiluslrd Tin l.lmtt 1J i. department aud csnnov make meal to ull Thesuprrn roilln t penon It cauuot be tqull by any other Mill lu ffl mob Jodumal office. OOc hour rrom S to tUr ptimns I'nllntttt-i- l M. and 1 to 6 r. -- . AnMtbctlci JuilnIitrrd ho thi. vicinity We soil it a trial In our (lour and r. in tbe rWintb 0rAtalliuwn llrkei OtncesComfort. meal department. All having grain In our line Having recently equlppe I a;flne (toiler Mill In wm- ij?-- 5ISf aery. fKY. ai.-c- oiu-pl- Il-l- DR- - S. C. DAVIS, riiysiciim and Surgeon, Mt. Vornon, Ky. . - iui.i(ti..ili tlrutr Store. Office next uoor m Special attention gUen to dUeaaee ot cnlldreD. lur sale will please call al Mill, where our agent you will And our lluie tsbles ami tickets, ray Mo-(Ktr- t, (et .soiifita and suck to .TImmuii, If can bs found at all timea, who will give Ibe beat pilcea lor same, liraud and ship stuff always In you waul lo save money and have a plnaaiil Journey, h O MfCOKMKK, M'tiM in, aloes. II . (Ieneral TasM-nc- r Agent. Cbicago. Ma u lord Holler Mill Co. UUU City 1 1cket Airents aud Oriicrtl K. A. Huckmkk, Til tth Ave., Ixmlsvllle, Ky. 1. M. loaaaMCK, ITJ Vine St., Cincinnati, O .. mriir. Florence Washing Machine. . """"", V"'"1' u.Amitfin. Kv.. Mar. 1&87. Albright A Martin IhS o tnlorin their many name fnendi and cuitouienol.be change In Arm 10 K. g. UiaTlM. jno, riaKiHi. MAHTIX aV PEHKIXN. to auitaln the Tho new firm hopa not onlr to inako many of the old, tut Intend, mauuacture ot " wlllbfltothelntcrmtol our cuitomer.. f We will bran, our Natural deT0Wlial attention toThank n you for of Kentucky1, be.l leaf of your trade. lor a continuation farora and wo remain. u rVA.. I have bought the right to aril the Florence Washing Maeblneand am now prepared to famish all who may wt.h to sate tbelr clothes fruut the tubbing and tearing incident to the old proceMol washing. Take one and try It and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully sstl.fle.laa tolls merits. Tbe undersigned, having purchase. the Florence Washing Macntne, and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure In adding our tratlmouy as to Its worth, and without hesitation pronojnee It a sucrose In every partlculsr, doing all that Is clslnied for It: Win. Daugherty, W. Wallace. Dr. llourne, lrs.H, P halter, A.C rilne, Hill Peratns Dudderar, J, K. Lynn, 1. 1. Dtwson, O Vanuoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, (leorge Peyton, Alex Molls law. C 0 Klelli, Albrt I'uuden, Him Haines, It. U. lUrrow, A. M. Feland and msnv others L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. HKKAT tllK T1II10UUHT11UaKLIN '" J. U-a- .. Pl south ItOltlsollto Atlniitu, to TO TllK & WEST WITH lHi" ji.ia. J.0".,, - Headusrtisat .?!. ti.b. Myers' store. ' KI.KIS, Pullman Palace Sleepers, nI ''j JAB. n notary ruuue 1. OIVK AYRES>VENS, 341 ATTORNEYS AT: LAW, Fifth Street, LOUISVIIjL. - (195-ly.- 1CV' ) R A1TTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s illr, .'!ciiiiiiltt, MuiiiKoiuery, lilllli! Hock. Molillu uud Mt OrlcaiiN. Only one change to points In Ilooma 3 and 9, Oromle Block. Arkansas and Texas. MISS BALLIB nARHISON, rack-o'-bon- wkWlAm mm Two policemen on hlduwulk of- I'leaant Greetings. enllon, one win "r Oo,l but will rehire ordni for KuibIIuh, Ht ! uo o i.. y rnX'Sl VEi1 ,dl7, Ibi. aVc,ion...pec.,l NUeliMl. ISSS. Ulnrpcr's Weekly IHiislrjUtMl. r ! sip Thousands two-third- EMIGRANTS Keeking boiues on ssr-- Ac, or write ttiellueol this road wlllrecstvt special rates Agents ol tht Company lor rates, routes C. i ArtlUttB, U.I'.AT A Ixiulsvllle, Ky Noupiirt Xpws A; .MUslhsliiiil Vnlloy Co. CHESAPEAKE. & l'lilliiiuii t'lirn iiihI Solid OHIO ! "- n of dollars worth of place M chickens die every year from CholIlarprr'a WoeklT ban a wrll e.talillihe.1 ...-..era. It is more fatal to chickens than the leading lilinlra'e-- i ii'.wini-all other diseases combined. Hut the 'atrnl Ur It the leapert Uhin discovery of a remedy that vsinvfy "rice if lu IM.rar) tonlfiitf. "l; 1.',,,"J.!, ui ..... - cities it has been made, and to be connoilaliiirtsloriea iy i" wldeet riirr.. fit It for the ruwlof peoplo d the are vinced of its efficacy only requires a raime uf t.le an I pur.uli. ifurrdeiuenti la "I""' ' trial. A socents bottle is enough for provided, and no cxpeiieo c ability (o tear of one hundred chickens. It is guarph..-- . urout elltS.ln.tlou of theIu cba ll feature. all of home and foielgn hlftorr anteed If, after using I. admirably adjpled tobeael-toma bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly guest lueiery home .old. 'J'rniiiM irf.ouJ' "- To WiiBlnuRton, Ttiuhmond Old Toint Comfort EAST und . 1) To Louiavillo nnd Cincinnati, Conntctions illrrct for all pjlnts In the West,Nort,i-WestASoutli-West WEST 13, ani-tl- u.-l- e s wisIkx-ehnre- Hnrpor's Periodicals. PKBYBAH. Harjv r'a Weekly Harper's Magazine s satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned '" and your money will be refunded. rForsaleby Mcltnberts A IN KKKKtTNOV '7. ID lMllj. 7 do p .0 No. 4 Dally Kx Hun. Stnsg, Htanford. Weekly. Superstition IJejjHnllng New Yenr's Iay, In England there is a popular idea that if nu unmarried person trips accidentally whilo going ujMitnirs on Now Year's dny, that person will lio married before thojuir is out. " . -- storm: "Hnppy Now Year's, is ft? Nobody's fered mo a nip or a tip today!" "Me, too." Tho dog does not testify. Timi tulkin; : in Harper'. In Bulgaria It lsliellovcd that tho child born on Now Year's will never have to worl. for a living. Also, if any one, whilo eating THn MAX MOST IN LOVE. lets fall a Year's "It i this gentluiium, tlienT asked tho a Nowupon the dinner,thnt perMjuwillpiece of floor, come clown, nnd from head to foot the horso an- bread to want before tho ond of tho year. ew ered, Yen. Among tho Oriental rnevs in general nil "The idiotio crowd began to laugh, while the girls looked nt me with mischievous tho grown ioople endeavor to have in their pocket silver, gold and eopjior ut tho dawnglances of sympathy. "I curomed the old hoie; I ottered him ing ot thnt day to insure ubuuduueoof money even n fat glngorbread man, and slowly dui ing the your. withdrew. The poor iieast throw mo it melBomo of the eminent eopo who woro born ancholy look nnd went on to another part of Jniu 1 wero lUron Von Trenck, 1710; tho crowd to continue his business of sail i Biirke, 1TS0, and M:uia Edgeworth. "It was not until night, in a fovcrisU in- - 17117, . s d .llucli Cnmlj. E. H. J3UKN3IDE, - Propr Hundreds of tons of candy jwvo probnbly leon bought by parents for thoir children ThiB Old and Woll - Known within tin last week. The sweet but treachHotol Still Maintains ita erous co!iiKuiud Jh n nceesiry jwirt of our Tho Nineteenth century holicivilization. Htab days would Ik) ineomploto without it. ""ite'uiutanc a .bould bi made by postollice money AND order or draft to old chance or lost Whether it is conducive to health in its best Newspaper, are not o cop thU .vltert Uemont Iti Propriotor is Determined thM nnd purest form is doubtful. Those who wllhouttuoixpreaorJerol Harper A llrothers. lend it thoroughly vigorous out door life enn it Shall be rieoond to no Country Addre.i HAUPEItA BltOTMKltS. Neff York. Hotel in the State in its Fare, probably toko a rixk! deal without nny lwd effect. But it 1h not thrc, ns a mle, who nro Appointments, or Attentvoreriltlty fefsmmend i tho great candy witers. Thoy crnVo a moro fTrIS32av tion to Comfort of your II as the t.. rcme.ly bolid food. It is generally tho stay nt homes their Quests an.l f.lfcl. g5Bri to nvs.a We who do inot execution on sweet things. A fiJWfif.tff.Dl-- 'l nl 1. w able, I.avo sol rontMer. every cat. n ami girl of 15 w 111 homotimnt consume nn amount jfjTjf c.uitjStflciur. D Laagiveu In fcAtUUcUca. Us.Kage trill be conveyed to and from the free of rhr;e. Hperlal accommodation! of candy w hieh w ould make strong men turn ftH Urdoolytytlit Almtt Si LI.L, to Commercial Travelers. The Marnlll l9crt:3Chexl:ilCo. pnlo. Very young ehildieii, w lion thoy get N. Y Huawn. always napulloJ with the choice,: Wkk cinclnuatl.MBM tho chance, limit thoir nppotitca by their cabrands of Liquors uud Claara, GoldbrDruggltU. W Ohlo.V pacity. Harper's young P.opli Postage free 1 all .ub.crlbera In the United falale., Canada or Mexico " The Volume, ol the Weekly '" V, 1wlth,u),?"t number forJaniwry ol each year. begin w Itli the will l.niHitlou.d,. tetrlpllom of rtcelpt of order. Nuiiibtrcurrcn at the time three Itound Volurai ol "nt,aWwkly, I foraent will year, back, lu n. tenth binding, f"eo ol e exne by se or by expre.s. mail. po.tB the VeUht does not exceed ono dollar volume) lor $7 ( cr volume. .'"hime, aultalile for bind. Cloth cases fure-c- h Ing wlllbeaeutby mall, poaipald, on receipt ol SI 1 j H"r - "' Arr I.vn I)ulsvllln MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. " Whltu Hulrtlpir Siiriiig . C)iaifltvlllf'(V M J unci) (l IlliUHIUII'l " Newport News. " Old I'oli: Comfjrl., Norfolk " Washington .... " Malllmuie " I'nllaMphU..,, " Now York 11 11 M pin c, JO a m II 50 a in 11 a in 0 40 p hi II 2A pin 1 n 10 p iu a oo p in 10 ! n iii 11 oo a in 4 1 5 10 H in 40 a m 11 nilmi 20 1 fi 85 7 00 7 10 8 23 11 US to p m p p p p m in m in 3 CO n in a in 0 20 a iu pin lr Reputation, J 1 i, i.. iln.iin fn.,''.)r.'lll!uk'','''1!,,u' Inforinatlon, Ticket offlco or Address tluie, winch Isonu hour faster tliau Centra time, APmriONAI, TIUINt!:-N- o. 11, dalley cept humlajr, leave Olive lllli l n a in; Mt. rr. 7 W a mi arrive Lexington 8 9U m: arrive at Cliuinimlt vti Winchester 11.15 a in. No 13 dallj except Blindly, leave Cincinnati 2 Oo pui; Lexington 5 3 p iu, arrlre Ml. Slorllnj 7 li pin, Olive lllli 0 4) piu Mo. 6, dally, Ihiivh Clifton Kors-- at 7 00 m; Charlfsoii 1330 p in; anlvo Ash und B 40 p iu ' ColuinbiiMl 17 pm Wo. 0, dally, l.avo Ashlanl 7 jo a mi arrive at Charleston II S.'aiuj Clllton Toige 7 30 ii m l'ulliuanhlfeplogCnraon all through trains. Olil IJoinlnlon Hltniii.lilfM. I.... M..vr..iun .i.. dHy, Tuefday, Wnlmsdny, Thursday and Halur- Kill, M.. filer-lint; U'xliigtiiii Division Trains run by (Vntr.) Hum. Miiln I.lnc Trulnscuil ol llun ingion ruu by Cul-cr- n etc., apply at w. '. vivuiiam, Uocelvtr. w ii. Uen'lFiiM.mt. Taas'r Agt. Ll