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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888012701 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. Semi'lR Ml 1ntrfio lonftuiL VOL. XVI. LIBERTY, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1888. COUNTY in mi NO. 302. 3L.I333 F CSEY ACJS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. turned to thin county Friday iMt. I to "ill days, The prow of incorpiritln,' the I'eo biMine to claim hi atiehtimi have foreonietiuie, a IiIh wif.i ban al-- o lirouuht plea Hunk of I'aieviHe has got At far as till fordlvorcu and nllmoiiy pafHe hy the Uoil. A In I to allow "fieri li 1!0 rnls for Oir town vita lioimrett tir ymir jrnod D ck (Jrpenler, summoning wilnees to testitr hef'ire tho looklriir county attoniiy, aent nl lliii 1 nu life i;rnnil jury is bafnri th Hoii'h in company with Th4 State Heuite u to kh a bill tonllow insurance company, who of our people. a w fu to teti!y s to nil excep'. confiden euro policie on tlm clerk, i'rewitt, tood out a poll- tial nutters, f r or Kalml her htl'band. Our The Kentucky Li;idlure imi w.isted Mid nfter (tin nuitilllil of talk Ihni er life iimuranre nvtu uu through, if it ilnn'i U7 day. cettint; ready to do oouiithinjj, nod kill tlm man he i lull In n lernbln rondt-lion- . inly 33 daye temilu in which to do it Times, Wnen he t;ol throuKh with (I'otuo A bill n author'r. i (Jiey ounty to he hud to b. put fu IimI In order to regain bin iium lrenth. He lacklwl Oeo. Hione levy taxes Mid isUH hmda to rai'e money to build a Court Iioiih is pending in the he had 10 make bn and loas?e hltn-el- f House or he would have heen Kine. A hill imnrpiM'iii! the JeHino Mln Our citltn were not much -- utpripel Ttiorn-tothe, other utorniiiK 01 luokin,; at our jail to in C'jnipny, wiih E O. A M, E as incorpira'or, has been introduced laddiT and ihet itixpcnded from tho Keen the aide of the otnlii and when looking in The capital stork is tite.1 at f'JOOOOOO. Tne Senate by a vote of 110 to 0 has to the catiae of ho unnatural a eight, found that the two in in tra had llown, one. nl paa.ed an act repealing tho Slate hoard of whom wbk John ltjticrt-- , who hail been (I'lilitllion law. The Huil'U iniht follow suit mid (he Slate ha none the wore for convicted for elln; whlkr without The other inuialM I did mil learn It. Senator It t;ny, of Oiey, sent tho fol- the name of, or hi iu"ne. S iieo one lowing leave, which is civen yerbatlm; I went out o' IVjMmor removed a ruck an for anyone '"Ieave is fis to hflng in a hil to parent au ay jail It ha they sale sprilin are mall lir.Uera within to do likdwi'e. nod uo Iree. h would appear one mil of they tern pike lee.lln fr m Yoa from the coat of the i ill it nhould he retire louts-villemi and Diiovil, Ciay county." but bfore it i a wuie home eouie money Post. will hare to be epend oil it. Henatur Harris' hill to change the Well, we received news ynerilay of name of the Richmond, Irvine A Three another killing in our rounty. Turn time Forks railroad to the Liutsrille Hotilhern one c unln kills hi relative. The wan A Madiaon Cuirity, has raised a rumpus ahnt killed wa Richard Tucker, who w An examination o' the charter of the old with a KUn iu the hand of William Tucker road showed that this would revive The man killed was a eon of IS. Tucker and sjme of the moat extraordinary taring powindict-tnehe and hi father are now under ers ever urinted, and objecion was made to in our court for 'hooting at each oth its passage. The powers are mandatory in last June. It ia claimed that the ami tr their nature in requiring county court, hot the father In the arm, the eon claimtown trustert or city councils to order a ing that bit father "hot at iiltu Tlie ciue vote for a t ix to aid the company, on a pe of thlii !at killing, m report haa it, the two tition of it own director, and without men nut at a dance a few nii;hta ao and limit as to the amount, and alro applied to idl", or he left the dead man ran hi coumii adjacmtcoun'ies. The Senator evidently to avoid a diflioulty and day before yester how heavily loaded did nut know him-e- if day William etuis 'o tho hum of Dick, the bill was who was killing hoc", and raiid a dltlicul Haled Hasrilusl in the latest output of the ty. Dick warned him oil, but it did no saw mills in Maine. It is put up in neat ao Dick went to the home, not hi good; packages, covered with burlaps. fatally. No arrni half-corcun andanot hiaou-ilA piwerful hydraulic pre is used to press up to thlw lima the packages and the entire supply is ship Fielfs Minstrels. ped to Ibstoo, where it is uih1 by the street Thia excellent troupe appeared before a car companies for beddini; for hnreee. A larire and appreciative audience at tho Ope portion of it i used for packim. The coot evening and the entertain ra Houe of transportation is reduced about one half ment wan K'kxI throughout The uiualc waa by the lullinc proce. Toe sawdust of all pood, thp -- inning waa ijood, the dancing km the mills iu the nortnweteni Innilur dis good and the various other specialties were trict Is expected to be ulihr-f- j in this wty all nyoi. Unlike many minstrel "ho-.- -, the befdro I tllobe Democrat. ini: jest and acting were clean throughout and An Esquimau woman, who left her na nothing wa atid or done durinir the entire evening to mar the pleamire of the nio-- t live home on the eastern shore of GreenThe hearty and tumultuous land when 15 veais old and ha resided in faalidlous this country loni; enough to learn the rounda of apilatie that yrmlad the viriand to develop the Net that Eiqui eyidencn eullicient that they act on' were -- ntbuistlcally npprrciated. Among ui tu z are as white as other people when is Itc- aome of the feature that ctued tietrly ap the dirt and creaae are washed oil, Hid," hy (I. A. Jen turinir, and says amonu other things the ptauee were Luile Ah kin, in thaopenlnir; the fireraan'a alatue peiple of her nationality never wah or no tiller, no lorm of novern clot and drill, by FarreU, Diamond, But bathe, have ment, everyone does exactly as he or she cer, Jenkina, Wilber, It chuiond, Carvin and Kweeneyj the pedallatio erformincea pleases, and all are very well contented with their lot, as they know of nothing by Frank I'irrcnit; ibe ainuim; of llie Ocm heller. dental QiarlelU; the juuelintr and oaotlla Young man, when you see a yourij; lady Unit wire feat, by Thorne, and the aide after piece, "A IIib O il Time at who lies abed iu the morning, who never iplitthiB Home," in which the whole troupe part ci lets (lie sun indulge in ftuiiliartlies with her lor tear it will injure tier complexion, Ilarriaburu Patriot pale I. Opera H iue, January 31 who never wasbe dishe or doe other do At Walton'a mestin-wiirfor fear it will impair theaolt Iliish llcenne im provim: a r4iiirr pmfita nes of her hinds, whoe only exercise is investment in tboa Western Siatea in labjrihi: the key of the piano; when you where it bis been trio I The price of li sea a lady with totse characteristics whose cenM vary from $00 to $1. 1200. In Mia cheek have the bloom ol the rose, and lips eouri the revenue has ben ireb ed; in with the ripe, rudy k'low of health, just re. it has incresooi tivntold and in lili member the familiar in lio of spring home nots it haa )rown from $700 000 a year to C eaniiiK "'L O out for paint." $1500000 Cnicitfo lit now 4 OOOe.aloons. J. V. Phillips ha heen nionihiw his Instead of the G 000 it fi r jierlv hud, and the friends iu Montgomery, Ala,, by his revenue haa increiseJ from JliOOOOO to $2, lels of mind reading. In order 000,000 to toot his ahllfty, (Hi man took a circuitous The rotary aleiim enow ehovels are re arid intricate route to an old birn and hid ported to have done nood wurk in clearing a silver d. liar in a bile of hay. Oil hi reawav the snnw on the lines ol tlm Northern turn Mr. I'.iillipi wa blindfolded, and, now Pacifil during the recent severe following the route with ease and quickMiiineapolin A dipiloh from etornn. ness, he found the coin without the least atatea that nne ro'ary elmvel cleared over trouble. 300 miles of Irark in 10 hours, the im Any man may fall in love with a fresh-fare- d beuiK in many places 16 feet deep. girl, and the man who is gallant with called out the cliar, cold the tirl may cruelly neglect the worn and "Lodemta," voice of Mr. Jirvts, ;frum the head of weary wile. Hut tho boy who a lover of the atairway, "has that vounij man none hi mother in her, middle age is a true ye'f Dj-- p elleuce in tbe pirlor. "If be knight, who will love hid wife as much in baa not," continued the cold, clear voice, the rere leaved autumn a he did in the will ton have the kinlutiHtu rrmind him daisied springtimu. 'that it is our custom to have family pny The latest fad in coifiures is the Psyche, hreakfas ?" ere half an h uir It is made by forming all tbe back hair in to a tight pointed knot in the tniddl of the That Rarest of Combinations. Two dolicacy of flavor with truo offiency back of the head, the front hair being ar of action has bcon nttolnod in tlio famous ranged in waves, bangs or any other be California liquid fruit romody, Syrup coming style that ie not in violation of the New York Hun. of Figs. Its ploasnnt tnsto and bonoilclal current fashion. otTocta liavo rendered it immensely popuPoor Ireland will probably never know lar. ItcloanscB tho Systom, euros Costivo-nes- s, what a blsing Oanter' chicken cholera etc. cure has been to America. It is not only ForsAle hv A. H. 1'ennT, Rtnnfoid. a preventive, but it positively cures the If it fails, remember your coun-ti- e lick chickens. News from thecutlee-produuiomoney will be refunded by MoRoberta A la to the itl'ect that the ..crop Vwill be at Stagg. Inrfier than ever. --li-- na nl n ix-e-n A bill lias bean to make the who DunliMit, tiiti yoiinif was. mr-- tit $l!D 000 ilaiiitgn for frtlluiH in nthVutif Misier Comoilsioner nn Hlcllve marry MIm Duncan, but married Mia one Mr Hheirer.of Wiyne.fillired a bill to Xeal, Mul afUr their ri'iurii rum their liri dal lour left III wife itl went WVm, re prohibit the mly of llqunrs on cluclion O0r presenlil MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUVTY. HUSTONVILLE, i LINCOLN COUNTY. ha-- e uiur e ut Nancy J. Magsby, aged 25, died near thi place Sunday. Hatuuel I). and J. C. Myers left Monday to attend nollpe at Mitchell. Ind W. H lirowii naa an heir. Eugene Iirown ditto. Dick Tnomas, a negro boy at this place, fell on three incu ice, hi, held striking the sunotti Htirftce, knocking a hole in it. He regained coiiH!lounss a'ter an bout or so and flt hu little ill I'fTeC'.s from the fall While a cinstruciion train on the K. C rad w,m omiiu iliniuh it tutinol be low Wildie Tuesday, a large rock fell on lop of one of th) oirs filled with laborers, breaking thrnugn and suriously injuring three of them. In county court Monday the poll tax , was placed at $2 35 wuli 15 cents added to go tovards p tying for tha new jail and 15 cant per $100 for same purpose. The jatl building committee were allowed $100 for their hervices. Eighty thrae Indictments were return ed hr the late grand jury being 217 lees tnan found by the formsr holy. Tne casa agatmt tho negr.) convict Hmith for murdering a guard was cootioued on account of absence of witnesses. A judgment was obtained by O.terA Co., for balance due on the property formerly owned by 8 W Puns, cioaisting of a store-housand dwellimr, and tne property ordered sold. Judge Morrow made an order directing the trustee of the jury fund to pay to the rjuperintendnnl of Schools all money he receives lor fj.iea imposed upon liquor tellers; to b used iu repairing school houses in the district where the ptrlies so fined live. The following named persons received de crees of divorce: James A. Young, George C. Owen, Fnne Thompson, Jesse Tyree, Mattie L Hardin, Vina Garland and Hllas Richmond Two or three cases were con linued. is e - Our IIUIT.T'ar.iVSV, DSSTISr, Kkntuckv. Diuhla liecome strangely BUHOEON E H.FOX, quiet since Marshal Uurns made a few of his iletermtl raids. Monday was somewhat mild and Tues day the sun actually shone a brightly as if unconsciotie of having heen shamefully offduty for nssrly a month, but went into sulks again Wednesday. We have letters from Kansas to the ef feci that the bl zztrd interest had heen more active than ever known In that locality. Hut Dr. Hay is a veteran of the Arctic exploration nervice and his tvifo jme thing of an rplimisi; hence they take the tempest cooly. There is talk of a meeting for the purpose ,of. sending a delegation to Frankfort to lobby in opposition to Need-ham'- s preposterous hill on the matter of matrimonial eligibility, Our best posted statisticians aver that a thorough investigation shows that there is not a simperine youth, a hoping bachelor, nor even a pros iective or actual widowor in our entire community who would not come under one or another of the multitudinous counts of this abominably comprehensive indict ment. J M. Cook, our new deputy collector formally opens his tfiice J I' Cook will add to the good looks and clever-' nes of Stanford, taking a pisition with Mesrs Ilocker A Height. Dr. Price also goes to Stanford temporarily to await the action of the legislature on the Needham bill, hut tingiui!, to-ni- Stanford, IMKOTO&RAPI.TJE.II, DANVIT.liE, KY. site the Has rcmoTod to his elegant now building oppotllreand Is than erer prepar-e- d to accommodate tho public with Sno picture from fhotographitollfoslze. Satisfaction guar-tee- Office south side Msln, two doors nboro depot st. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., STAMFORD, KKNTUCKV. Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. Drilled to order and pumps furmlshed vn-- t f at Uctory prices. WOOD WALLACE, Succe-sori to Wallace A. Cochran, 513 4th 0t, Louisville, Ky .TACKSOIV HOUSE, LONDON. KY. F.B.RILEY, Froprlotor. Thoroiiglily Hciw.vntnl a ml Itrfur. IhroiiKliniit. Firxt.cIitKN Fare ami roitvniiiililo prJci-s- . Iay ami night talimarc met by polltn loricr of till popular Hollar. iiInIipU 207-C- THE GElTS' FURNISHER a.m aoi:ntn for tiik INDIANAPOLIS I.VCl)ItY. 3ULLBTEUY. I am dally opening an elegant lino of Spring and eluniiner Millinery, including all DR. S. C. DAVIS, Physician and Surgeon, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Office neit door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention glren to diseases ol children. (J-t- f R.S. HAaTIH. JNO. . PKRKINS BaoDimaD, Ky., May, 187. Albright A Martin beg to In lorm tholr many frtenda and customers ol .ho change In flrai nam- - The Latest Novelties of the Season Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collar and Cutis, Hucblng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. Yon will Bud meat the rooms lately racated by Hinl-l- ej A Warren, next ilixjr to thn Myers House. 162-2- ia KATE OVlHiMtAIl. WALTON'S OPERA STaNKOKD, HOUSE, ky. MAIftTIiV A IMCICIilXN. WALTON BROS. - - PropriotOTB. Hlto of Stage, 20x50. Eight complote sou of Boon, ery Sealing capacity, Including gallery, rates to good attractions. The new firm horws, not only to sustain the reputation of tbeold, but Intends to make many im prorements In the manufacture ol tobacco wblcb "My bea't Is not here; to the We will My heart'! In tho Wost En 1 In chargo of my dear . will be special Interest ol our customers. devote attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky'a beet leaf Thanking you for past Tney are hath good boye; treat them farorsnnd asking lor a continuation of your trade, kindly. we remain, Respectfully joun. MAHTiM do I'EItKIXH. Thia, Wednes.iar, is the .time set for Miss 8 A. Thurmond' apotheosis. She has been since a child well known and WU. AYKE". JA3. O. OIVK IS Notary Public highly esteemed in thi part of the county, 18SS. lt and her many friend unite inlwiahing her a pleasant and peaceful voyage 'over the JEYS uncertain sea of matrimony. Mies T was Sll Fifth Htrcet, The Blair Bill one of our most faithful and efficient teach- - TCY. Now in the Southern tiiatca a large pro ers and won friends wherever she prosecutportion of the illiteracy is amonti the older ed her avocation. We commend her to the ttoomi S and 5, Croinlo Block. (recdmen, who practically will derive no good offices of tbe proverbially clever peobentflt from tbe bill, while in all of them ple of Somerset. there is a steady improvement in the schools Tbla Is tootlf v tbe public that wo will not per H II Snort, of Crosby county, was in Ausand a very great advance in the educationtin the other day andlwas asked about tbe mlt any hunting or any other trespassing on our al situation (ince the time before the war farms, but we will punish ajiy person or portions In the Southern States the percentile of state of morality in hi evinty, since the so trrsputing to tbe fullexteutot the law. Not. I, 1847. JAMES PEM'l'LRH. children of the school age who attend local option law forbidding the sale of in V. Jl. ttl'OOSAMQUE. school approaches that in the Northern intoxicating liquors had gone into effect. A. Jt. FELAXIt, Slate, and tbne laws of local progress and ''Why, there ain't a prisoner 'in the conn-t- y II.JMICl.EH, la as empty as the head of tbe jail. power are plainly at work upon which the Hi JUL I AM IIF.CK. permanent welfare of the State depends, fellow who is trying to run an opposition and which the Blair bill would obstruct paper to mine in Crosby county ." 'Is Ihe vacant condition of tbe jail owing and paralyse I he eflct of the bill would be, as the to the local option law?" "ThatViust it. The aheriff had to go Evening iW, in a series of able articles upon the eiihject, truly says, to promote men- over into the adjoining Jcounty to get dicancy It would lead the States to rely drunk, and while he was gone all the "SANITARY" upon the national government for the sup prisoners, abjut 27 in all, made their e cape 0.1,1 tell you localoption is doing port of their educational system, and to s, Texas diminish their own taxation for the pur wonder lor Crosby county. AYRES& GIVENS, Harpers Bazar ! IlliiHiruted. Harper's B j tar Is a home Journal. It combine cho ce literature and 8 no art illustrations with the latest intclllge ce regarding the fashions Each number has deter serial aod short stories, practical and timely essays, bright poems, humorous sketchra, etc. Its patto'n sheet am fashion plate supplements will alone holp ladles to sate many times the coat of tbe subscription, and papers on social etlqu-tti- ', dccoratlTt art, house keeping la all Its branches, cookery, etc., make it ustfulia every household and a trux proumtrr of economy, lis edlto lals are uiarkeJ by good snsn and not a line la ad in I tied to lie columns that could otfend the moat fastidious tatte. ATTORN AT: LAW, (IDG-ly- .) LOUISVILLE, Posted. J. Harper's Periodicals, Harper's Harper's Harper's Harper's Baztr Magstlne l'KR YXAR. $1 00 00 4 00 . i l Weekly Young Peoplo ..-- ... 2 00 ataus, Is Postage free to all subscribers Canada or MeJlco in tbe United Sift-inn- Scotch Wool bi Ne-bris- ka 1 Tne Hard was asked to compose a little poem upon childhood and thia is what he produced: 'How dear to my heart it the school I attended, and how I remember so distant aod dim, that Bill and tbe pin I had bonded, and carefully put on the bench uuder him. Ami how I recall the surprise of the matter, when Bill gave a yell and sprang up from the pin, ho high tbst his bullet held smashed up the plaster the government namely, foil governing abore, and the scholars all net up a din, States in an indissoluble national Union That active boy Billy, that which necettmily spring from the theory of Hilly, that loud shouting Hilly, wuo sal on a Harper's the piu " surplus fur distribution. Weekly Oae day Ernest li.nl heen seriously A lady writer to a home paper says; lectured by hi mother and finally sent to 'The home newsptpor is associated with the yard to tiod a Hwitcn with which he me in everything in my life. It has told of was to bo punished. He returned soon and mv marriage, the birth of my cnildren and said, "I couldn't find any switch, inuim; the death of one of them. It has become a but a louo you can throw nl me " part of my family and my life. I love it Elitor'a Drawer in Huper'a Magazine. for this " Wnat a trihnie to the newspa Rtndolph Tuoaer, w i) nta ona pid per as an institution. It is a monitor of the fireside, the history of the hearthstone; $2 000 lor ilia defense of lh unarohisis, lias in fact a mirror of dully life. It is for this contributed S250 io tin relief of tnebdrdtv-efamilies, and ati tied on claim to the the people iove it. In it they may find their joys, in it their a irr i rs, and bnh ap- balance ot $2 000 which it was agreed io pear in the types as felt and shared almoat pay htm as if the newspaper was a living thing. It Buckfons'sArnica Sahe j litis in the song of praise I. finds fellow Theheat aalvolD the world for Cuts, Bruite-- , ship in its hope tnd breathes a spirit of Sores, Ulceus, Halt Hlieuui, Keror ouros, Tetter. into it 8'irrows; thus it moets Chapped Hands, Clillblxlos, Corns, nd all tjkln the world a life uijets li e, laiiguing, Eruptions, an J potllirely cures Piles, or no pay reweeping, symptth'Zio, hauling, abusing, quired. It Is guaranteed to give pel feet satisfacper box tion, or m cey Price, 25 living with and for mankind. What a life, For Hale by A, refunded. Stanford, cents U., Penny, Ky. whata mitsiun, what a piwerl Such is a Their Business Booming newspaper that is true to the tirssiile and is Probably no one thin ha- - caused such a rovlra it an wonder that the lady wrote, "I love of tiadsat A. 11. l'ennj's Drug Htoro as hit givit?" ing away to hla customers ol so many free tiUl -- Mrs, 8arah L. An Ancient Uet-l- b bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery tor ConsumpSmith write that she has a little kettle tion. His trade is simply enormous In this -- cry which was ured in cooking for Qta. Marion valuable article from tbe fact that It always c.ires and cevar disappoints. Cough, Colds, Asthma, My of revolutionary fame, and add: llronchllls, Croup, and all throat and lung Ulaoa grandfather was his attendant, being too quickly cured. You cad test It before but lug a trial bottle free. Large slza II Utrry young to enlist and seeing hia dieappoint-me- nt at not being taken into the army he bottle warranted. took the humbler place of attendant to Gen. Brace Up You are fooling depressedrour appetite It poor, Marlon and on ihe disbanding of the army returned home bringing thia kettle with you are bottmrod with Headache, you aro ddjetty , nervous aud generally out of sorts, and want to to hs 103 years old. him. He brace up, Draco up, but not with stimulants but three silver dollars of spring medicines, or bitters, which ham for their Tuere are whisky, kid which Stimubasis very cheap, the coinage of 1801 in existence. Two of late you for an hour and ICen leare you In wore these are accounted for; the third is eooie-whe- couditlou than belore. What you want li au alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy in circulation about the country The value of this missing dollar of 1804 as action oi Liver aud Kidneys, roitore your vitality and give renewtd hoallb and strength, tiuch a quoted in the last numisttc circulars, is mediclue you will nod In Electric Bitters, and $800. It is natural then, that this coin onlr 30 cents a Inula at A. It. Penny's Drug Htoro. should be niuoh sought. high-leapins lii-re'd cont-olatioli-- ed b-- d re poe. It would foster the habit of looking to that government for the furtherance of objects which should depend upon its own sagacity and means, and there could be no more fatal injury to our national system than such conscious dependence of tbe It would encourage every State to Sta'e take the same dirastrous view, and justify the accumulation and maintenance of an immense surplus to supply such demands, with oil the injustice and corruption and disregard of the fundamental principle of Underwear ! ume) for J7 p-- r Volume. Cloth Cases for each volume, suitable lor bind-In- g, will b4 ent by mall, oipld, on receipt of 31 eacn. itetulttances should bo made hy postofllce money order or d aft, to avoid chance, of lost Newipaerare not in copy this advertisement without tne Mxprpss order ol Harier A Brotbers. Addrcui HaRPERa HKa)THKIH, New York. Th Volumes ol the Bazar begin with tbe tint number for January ot each yiar. When no lime inenllontd, snoscrlpilons will txg'n with the number current at tne time of receiptor order. Bound Volumes of Harper's Hazar, for three years back, in neat cloth binding, will bo sent by mall, postoge paid, or by eipreai, fre of expense (provided the Irnlghtdiei not exceed II per vol- PLATT'S "English Lasting" Tilio . to " UXIiEK.VE.lR. Al ml For LIhC. llb;and Main, LOUISV LLK - KENTUCKY . A. OrniKl Ctotiflblimtioii INTERIOR JOURNAL And the LouIstIIIo W '& EAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment Sciatica, Lumbago, Bhoumatiam, Burns, Scalds, ' Stings, Bites, Bruises, Bunions, Corns, THE Weekly Courier-Journ- al One year for only 8:1 two papers for little " more thau mo price of one, By paying in you will recelre one year your home paper with the Courier-Jourua- l,lor the reprtweniatiTe newapaper of the toutu, democratic and for a tarlll for only, and the bvat, brlghloot and abUtt Umlly vr.'okly In tbe United Hlai.'S. Those who denire to examine a sample copy of tho Courier-Journ- al can do so at this oftice n Scratches, Spralni, Strains, Stitches, Contracted Mnacle- -, Eruption, Hoof Ail, Screw Worms, Swinney, Saddle OaBa, Files. StiifJoinU, Backache, Galls, Sores, DR. W. B. Mtuatorit. DKtfusr, - PENNY, TCoiituolcy Spavin Cracks. Orrkr on Laiicastur atreut, roxt door to ii"Otvar? u.and Journal officii. p. I ton m. '"mm U'4-lyr-.) Ihts-ami Office Hours from 8 to 12 i, Anesthetics administered whan THIS COOD OLD STAND-B- Y accomplishes for everybody exactly what lsclalmeat for It, One of tbe reasons for tho great popularity ol tbo Mustang Liniment la found In its universal uppllcublllty. Everybody needs such rt medicine. Thu I.umberinnn needs It In caae of accident Tlm HouHowlfo needs it for general family us. The Cunnlcr needs It for Ills teams and hlamca. The iUccbuulc needs it always on hia work bench. and his stock yard. Tlio Miner needs It in case of emergency. along without It. Tim Pioneer needslt-cau't- get Tho l'nrmer needs It In hU house, hU stable. The Stcnmbontiiinnortbellonliiinaneed ur ARBUCKLES' namo on a paokago of COFFEE is a guarantoo of oxcollonco. ARI0SA COFFEE is kopt in all storos from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. flrst-ola- ss CQFFEE Is never good when oxposod to tho air. Always buy this brand in hermotloallr sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. needs tt- -lt la bU beat The Ilorao-fnncifriend mid safest reliance. StocU-growneeds it- -It will aavo him The thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. Tho Kullrond innu needalt and will need it so long as his life Is a round of accidents and danger. The lliicharootlsinnii needs it. There Is nothing like It a an antldoto for tbe dansers to Ufa. limb and comfort which surround the pioneer. The aicrclwiit needs it about his storo among hU employees. Accident will happen, nnd when thesocomo the Jluatang Liniment Is wanted ntanre. KenuiiHottle Initio House. Tla the beet ol eoono:u. Krepnllottlolnlliornrlory. ItslmmedutU uao In case of accident oavea pnlu and losa of waeeav It In liberal supply afloat and aahore. Keep uae when a Uottle Alumalu tho 8litble f wufd. WWrtBfWHDBWBJKKTTSi IH.ill 1 WKAH '1l-iiTptUAmtt- , mhtm,., i h H ! BARRAHO COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Gov. Buckner has fixed March 2 for tbe execution of James Buckhannon at Lancastor, Campion. W. S. ltjazley shipped to Cincinnati The Ice Palace at St. Paul was opened SO head of cattle, averaging 1,500 .pounds, 0 Wednesday evening in the presence of - January 27. 1888 Stanford, Ky for which he got A cents, people. Wo tube torall jour tUnllm lobiirfreah anJ B. F. Pherigo died yesterday, after a Gov. Buckner has refused to send long illness. He waa well advanced in W. P. WALTON. troops to Pikecouu'.y to siippres the Hatyears and a highly respected citizen He field McCoy fued. wa elected to the legislature from Garrard Ol orery ilracrltlon, which we keep ruuatsntly on hanj, ami aik you to come and examine It at well t Djputy Marshal Huirhes arrested 21 The Uouee b a vote oi 18 to 4 unseated county in 1878 a a republican, and made a moonshiners In Green and Adair and took good representative. Eariiin, ttie republican member from TXa,i-lwra,e- ., them to Louisville. Greenup, nd naye the cftt to Callin, (he Mrs, Hugh Smith is better Judge The maple eugxr product of Vermint Which no retail home ran compete with. While yon otind, wrnwlll uliow tou t h democratic contestant Heretofore there George Danny, of Lexington, is in the city, averigp annually ab.iut 12,000,000 pounds Mrs. C. W. crboa)y two thincB that cutr.il not piem-- bl Seeooy and Mrs. W. O. Sweeand it brought last vear $750,000. be prophesied, viz: Who n woman ney am iu Louisville intending Moody' Tne Landing Agent ul Cistle Garden meeting. Mrs. Dr. W We ire agents for, the I rat In tliemaiket; alto tho would marry nnd what would ba the findS. Hlkin left for New York, has prepared a statement Showing of a petit jurr. .To lhee may now be Ga., yesterday . IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, ing that 371 019 steerage passengers were added, or what h fool legllnture will do Circuit Court is progressing slowly. landed tlx-rin 1SS7. and norei ami tho (tnent thln of thsktn.l In uis. Inotirllns ol lleatln anl Oook It will be romembered that Rardiu wae Tue case against Eb Cooley for killing Homethlnic newpltaiothe imxl faillillanilp HloTea, worati hun prlcix ail.l mtkn.and x:UIIt in Healing Kturst, i Another Ojio Cashier has gone to join commlwionarof the U. S. Court, but reyoung Greea. was nailed on Wednesday we wlih toshow you nmelhlnrf excel lout. Ufiirw k.vp l.tme, Cement, .Salt, Ac, mi. I III faet there. Iijarrelyaurtlilii we havn'l)! tun L anything near our tins, liims In when you are In Hirper. He embr.iled$l00,000 from the days before the signed the position several and seveu jurors obtained. The lawyers townaoil waihall ho ull;tittil Ij nuke It ilaMiit tir tou Very truly, National Bank of Commerce at Cleveland Tne elatule nqtiring that a election. There ia a great doit ot eeotimental and on hin trial thia week was given 5 years. fjr Ihe prosecution are Danny, Brown, fc cop of hia resignation be filed with the gush being prided now about the met Saudiy and the Comm inwealth's Attorney voted for humane The Supreme C.iurt has confirmed the William Herndon. The defense is reprecounty clerk before be could be aud ptinlcs rnanoer of disposing r. REID. W. II. UIGQIN8, Seo'j uad Tnni. A. 0. SINE, Sup't. for any cflke of honor or profit under the of criminal doomed to die. In the mem-lim- e rtghl of the city of Philadolphia to levy sented by Bradley, Kaullnian, Tomliuson and collect a tax of SI a pole and $2 50 a and R C. Warren. Pjnd McQierry, pisCommonwealth, waa not complied with and the bloody murderers conlinuo to get upon this alone he was unseated. The of rid of their victim i in any horrible manner mile of wire for all that the Western Union tol case, $25 and ten days in jail, Siuion fice that Rirdin held is uf the muie nature that they may Ion, selling liquor unlawfully, $250. Jloh Wnen they ha within its limits. occtive. to a certain adopt n mere humane method ol murder Tho Tretsjry department has laiued a Patterson, colored, furnishing liquor to of master commi-sioce- r hs that extent and the jude appoiuti and removes it vill he time enough to consider the easi- new aud revised edition of theTantl Sched- minors, $50. Epli Hlgglns, pistol case, at will. Yet in tbe one caie the claimant est maimer of their own taking oil. Hang, ule, which shows that the people ol Win $25 and 10 days. William Beat, pistol is unseated, even after he had complied ing is good enough and too good for the United States are taxed up in 4,IS2 article $25 and 10 days Humphrey Bel, frr with a part of tho law, while the other, who average murderer. Htrninv. at tbe stake beaides whisky and tobacco, disturhicg school, $20 fine Com, vs. Jas. The Supreme C'ltirt haa decided that Morgan, two pistol oases $25 and ten days avails himoelf of none of the requirements, would cover some case btler. .Manufacturcra ot- Tne thete is no ground for an appeal to it in tu each bom in almost without opposition The democrats whoso nbsence came near the Mtxwrll murder case Hnd the long deKentucky Legislature la a sweet kettle of LAND, STOCK AND CROP. to reopen tbe layed justice to the celebrated trunk uiur fioh to be sure. It would be hard to rake permitting tbe republican Thobe contest case, were in their seiM Mon- derer will soon be meted out th lIMSIII'aCJ I. IMIlll.H, MOIlMI.(JN, Klc. Fry & Yokley, of Tennessee, bought oi up a more mediocre lot of men with a day Rnd vtien the question ctme to a vote, The iiegroe of SiUth Cirolinu are W. M. Licaey 3 yearling mule at $8') comb. Carlisle' (ilia to hn seat waa confirmed greatly alarmed of a report that are coming pretty rapidly. One John Bosley, oi the Wwcuemer Sun, U 1G4 to 7, Ti e republican for the most kidkoappt-r- are becune for the purpous after them raiser has over 200 nnd has lost none )rl. one of tbe few republictu editors who his part refuted to vote, though in addition to of Inking them to Brz I, where a good fat of Welcome For Sale. 250 the courage to txpreea hia conviction. lie the eeyeu negatives six v:ed in the affirm) OKT3E3"W- nrgro readily command. $300. oats. John M. Melt inert, Sr., Stanford. for certain tive. believes in the w.iippmpast ends the nasty, Thi For Sale A ihteivtounh Normau The consumption of peanuts in thia offeneea and he makes no bones i:i saying firfbt and Tuobe aud bis bickers can now country is going on at a rapi 1 and steady stallion and a good jajk. L. D. Gamer, hor'e-feuu- j mm retire from the public gz so, and iu the following steady rate of iucreise, Tbe estimate for Crab Orchard. ntr: "It I no answer cr arcumenl to say If is already announced that i'hobu will last year is, in r.ninl numoers, 3,000.000 20 Oifens A Carter, of thia county, sold a punishment is a relic of barbarism, unlwo yearling cattle at W.nrhcalcr court at you cm prove it was bad then and did not run against Carlisle next fall, but an tne bigs, or 100,000,000 quarts, cotting couuui Iff $20 per head Ljufoville limes appiopria'.ely suggests era about $10,000,000. meet the ends for wlnco it was designed It Foil Sale Two cows; Oae a fresh George Ihckley, postmaster at B'ck Brr Tart ft pin may ruu ISrer Kthuit it close reemo to u that for raider of chicken-rootmilker with heifer calf, the other a stripp. r. and pic siys and pilferers of store race ono tim, but it is nowhere on record ley Simion, JriltiBin county, has juat been indicttd for tbe murder of his partner, Rib Dr. J. O. Carpenter. and dwelling, a uood, wnoleoome and fe that he ctn do it a seond lima. C. II. Duvall, of Scott, bought of B. ert Malone, who was killed nine years ago vere application of the laBh is tbe tnoet ef The Louisville 'lima is gouit enough to in a mysterious manner, the drod ever since W. Ransdell, of Oweu cuunly, 20 exit a .leclual and chetpe't remedy that can be add, aftr cipyingour paragrapi stating in being veiled iu mystery. ewes at $5.25 per bead. applied " how many countrie- - the Interior Jour Uiveus A Carter b itignt a car loa 1 of Seven survivor of the lark Cnapin submitted a state nal circulate: "Which onlr shows that have nrrived at New York from Havana, mules in Wayne at about $100 a i.ei'l atid Auditor Hewitt has ment iu accordance with a rtquest, ehow-- in in nearly every corner of the earth a good having been picked up on Cnristuita day shipped them to Atlanta. -- The Tobacco Ciub uf Louisville give that from June 30, 1834, to January, thing is apprcciited.'' The in a eiarviDg and frrtz ng .condition. bouks for county 1888, blank and ncurd The repub'iciins of Louisiana have nom- captain, cook and ono eeaman died from ex a dinner nt Ihe Peudeunl Club lodty, and State officers coU ihe Hiale $59,393 70. inated a full Scale ticket, but a ticket of posure and were buried at na whlci ts to cost them $10 a plate. Mre than 1,000 entries have been This is a terrible inline aud proves that that kind stands no more chow down there Thomas J. Graham, an old cit.zin, the legislature ougitto pot a fair price on than a scow ball doea in hades, or a short died at Flemingsburg. Sjmft Cincinnati mado lor the Ltonia racts, rxclusiye ol eucb books and require that they be fuinlh tail bull in 11 f time. confidence men recently buncoed him out tne Darby, Osks and Hltnyar Stake. ed by tbe public printer. Tne good nstur-e- d SqoiroJ.S Murpny ha snt 25 ton of $500 or $000, and they nad to beat tho What's the matter with (Jol. Hul.? Toe clerk would then be spared the temptaand bstweun of hay to tbe mines for which he cot $15 a to get away, itlnnjN on liuiiit a harue and Htlc( Hun of Ftirui. ''In and About Kentucky" column has not old win iu order tion t j oyer order at noy prico from a " Ilirn iiik! I'nilrtHker'M (;hii1h. iwy prlcen will Ue ixh low n hiicI: hie injuries aud mortification he never re Ion, Another car load weut furward yesKoodH can btt ImmikIH In lh lf terday. nial" drummer, wno either eele up the appeared for several days and the rural covered, isivc im a trial and you that 1 xcll liturcr llian Hi IoH-el- . Cattle are dull in Lulsville at 2 lo Hill In cent drinis, or cflera him inducements in the roostera are becoming Irined, Jim"Blckbtra, Jr, will probably shape of furnishing him with all bis own Hesry Wathiksdn seems to be getting be appointed Chief of Division ot Railway 4 35 very common to beat; ho a are active, stationary pnn cd and free from coat. there. The dispatcher eay that he lunched mailaijuatments. He ought to hate the best packing and butchers selling at 5 to ' a Col. Wedueed&y with President and Mrs Cievo place without a contest. It is cruelty to 5.05; aheop are quiet at 3 lo 4 J The Conner Journal Kanaka of -- THATS. II Soankt sold this eaa to Tennes-e- i animals to keep a Blackburn out of office Ewell," of laurel, evidently iirnorAnt of the land. ptrtiej, 25 yearling mule at $72 50; Liuuville for more than 20 minutes. feet that Ihe colooel is the greatest man in NEWSY NQ1ES. Craig Lvun sold lo same 22 colts at $05 Commercial. all that section of the country. Hts right Speaker Carlisle was to leave Wash and M.S. Biugbman a satiile hor'e lor - P'liladrlphu has 'uat nufTered a two name is R'chard L. E tell, hut wuen he ington yesterday, if he was well enough, lor $150. ran against Poll Thompon for Cjngres a million dollar fire. M A E Sotom n, larg Ntw Yirk toMilleraburg haa a negro ' feet tall, Fortrees Monroe, wnere ho will probably few jetre ago the bay? for reasons not necbacco dealer, failed Monday for $350 000. remain until his hsaltn permit of reiuci essary to etate, called him "Little R1 who weighi 240 pounds Vuconnt Dm Nigueiras, Portugese ing the chair of the Houo II is not ex- One of the cu of the failure wa an inHog" for short. Pnil wiped up the earth OKpected, however, that he will be able to do vestment in the Western tobicco cop of with him when voting lima camn, but on Mini'ter, diei at SViaington. 1S37, which lamed out badly. so for eevernl weeks la a colliery expiosiin at Wellington, the stuni. the r. h wan ncruatomed (o The published lil of the houet enterA Cilencje Sunday morning, aj a train hold biui about tbe liveliest luatle he ever B.C, 90 miners lost their lives. was stopping for orders, the engineer, Ja- ed and the added mousy br the LouUville -- B Kuh, the fou"dKjf Ncho-la- s tueS:. go. cob Hike, stepped frjin, the eugine to the Jockey Club for its Spring meeliog sho- Hotel, at Cincinnati, died this week law CO days -- lnwed by Thirty oi the "There are now emploved outside of the depot platform, slipped and fell under the that the former i incmad over Nst yar fnr the tsvo.: of the legislature i goae Kentucky ponitnutiar walls 510 convicts. train, too engine ptsaing over him, cutting by 238 and the latter by $1 500. and if the members cau show anything for Btvirg it curd tbe fei vices rf (J. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with One of the most valuable car load of He Martin B. Kennedy hai been nppoint-e- d ofl both bis les below the knees. it exeept the election of a senator, puhlic shipped from Paris pens was hy many year' experience, all woik will bo done with' neattieis and dispatch, stock ever pistuiasierAl Gtp Creek, Wayne cun- - has since died. printer and librarian, who had all reelected fully ioscrcd. 8pctnclra oi d Eye Olaifea to auit the eye. David Whitaier, the last of the three J. Monro Leer, consisting nf 14 jicks, valthemselves, they have kept the aecnt very wiuies-e- s of the Bjok of ued at $10 000, They were shipped to Fori to the triiihfulne I his daughter, William C. Terrell nil close. An we remarked eoaetime ago, eo Worth, Tex -- Puri Kenlucki-- n Mormon, is dying at his home in Rch-mnn(lowers fiat bloom in Mrs. Thau a fates, died in Madison this we reiterate: Tne Happy Medium, the uinut celrbrtd he called his Mo. Sunday evening week. May, tra la, will still sea the 2i4 statesmen family about him and reiterated his belief trotting stallion in tho wor'd, valued at -- C W. M mlton, brother in law of Sen(Cinninnati New Orloana and Toxas Paclllo Railway.) trying to have enuathtng to do with the $10,000. died of spinal meninuiiis at the Yirk lawyer of in tho bibie unl ibe B ok of Morm ins per ator Saer ami, and a Ne k.houitk mxkiu:tvi.)..m'iii:miutii AM) Mill til case -- at least so far as drawing their His Gen John W. Fiiincll, late collector Fairlawn breeding farm, in Fayelte note, died Tuesday. die ia it concernoi. cjurt decide, that ke for the 0 h Kentucky district, died at Hi owner, Gsu. Witners. paid $20,000 for him Limited Express Trains Bet. Cincinnati and New Orleans. A Ne v il di So FAR as the E glut Cinnression leas, Montana, whero ne wis taken sick on several yiar Ago no is not gambling and all such establishuouas. in RepTla from the winter wheat-croit is uood enough us it i", ments haye been re opaoed there. his w.iy to Washiugton Territory lo live. tnct is concerned, ing counties of Texas show an increase ir tu Now nnd ft Ttvlco for Gov. McCreary co cirry it Mlnnt any Heory Wall accidentally cut his broth He was editor at various times aad gained can er John'-- ) leg off below the knee while considernble reputation as a humorist by rcreace from 10 to 100 per cent. No innie that the republican con of The Sdiuhcrii ICtiute lo California. rain is needed before March, and the indi put up, but we wi ul I like to iee something ch'tpi'ing wood in Mercer c unity. hi ' CjI. J sein G lea, of Canoy" articles. T35XAH HIKHtT IIPJ13. cation sre that the crop of lSS will lo Pi for the Eighth Judicial district. done i.f Virginia, was Marshtll Mio Lizzie Eider, the young lady who double that of last year. laski, for inB.atce, with lie 1 000 republt .tpp dnted Umtuil Sia'es Fish Commission CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 1, eloptd a few days since from Owensboro, -- Col Hall Anderson ha sold his farm Vpan mj triiy rrsignt ba j dned to Vhiilov er, to succeed tho late Spencer F. Biird, negro barber, and ws aire'led at with a ItKAl IIOW.N'. hi: ai nt. of 193 acres ne'ir McKinnay, trgther wllh tlaiid tLe other counties which worship the Several can, containing $2 000 worth Mt. Vernon,, Ind., has returned with her ntAlNnMltJflJL I'ltAINOiMUitril. his stock, cinp aud household lurnituri 'o new jidiaUl dis of stolen wcheH nod jewelry, were found aui9 idols. Uivd ui .111 1. No, I. Hu i). AilH No.7 father to her home in Hardinsburg. Sho A G. Riney, of Biylr. for $13,000. The pTATIONH. I 'No. 2. (N-'-- PDallr trict and let the Couxrefldiotial ditrict go hidden iu the woods neur Valley Falls, W, gave as a reason for her conduct that she ' Dally. Kx. Hun. IlHilft I)ll. Dally. Ially. colonel bought the place aloim from Pr. for the present. Va infatuated with the negro aud Clifton Fowler a few year ago 9 00 a iu INpni 8 CO p iu 7 J.) in l.'p...Cli.clnnMtt ...Vm 6 IT a iu li 4i p in 10 Sfl a ui Q OA p in for $11, , of Si. PjiiI, is a much could not re in his advance John Wilkin-UllllRuiiiown I.'to SiSmui i 4.1 a in A 47 pm R 3a p in a so a ui 4 a pm The governor haa rejpited Willi ai 000. t lo a in ........... 7 21 ami SIHptu 11 fiS a in 7 VI p ti 10 37 p m Otiirx I own, n-- n I Baer was shot and kil'ei on of the murder of Jennie tuarrifd man. Hd is in jtil theie for hav UlHaui 4 IS p ml 7bO a m 2 40pm 12 25 put 7a."piu HUijimlO IS am Fifteen horse.i started in a novel ciliiuton convicted a f$ a in Nlelioliurlllr.. ing four wives more than the law allows S inking Creek, in Bell county, by Henry of 1J mile at Fort D)dge, Iowa. Tliey 12 63 m 8 02 p iu 11 78 p iu i!27 a iu 2 07 pin Bowman at Louisville, and senleoced to 2 Va a in 3 10 pini A 20 Junction Cllj 2 IS pm, 9 10 p iu W SO a iu II VA a in ml 100 ii in o a iu i 2b .. ... iWi am IV 3(1 piu him. he failed to vacate his were to walk the first half mile, troi tho 4 ll p in Hensiey bfcau to he scuiret hang next Friday. Theroseein .lllttaiu S ! a in 3 IS p iu Ottlila!)) 'J &a p in It V3 a ui i in 70 pni Mrs. Nouli Burkbardi, ol Pike County, hoiiso when he told him. The shot was secoud half and run the Inst half, Th 7'iltui 11 00 820am li'r.. lliaiuiiics..l.'c 7 10 i in nuitu to the guilt of the con 100a iu .,. ..' afiOaiu 6 00pm !.'.. t'lnttiio.i(i. a'r it i p in to a quartet of babies-t- wo fired from a Wlticheiter r fl and Henslt-fastest wlker got such a ntart in tbe filet I W p hi .. ...... to warrant the excutle in fully Ind ,gave birth M,.I" dnnne.1 A'it Altallu Ar' Vhitpiu boys and two girl -- all living and do-ij- g whs hid at the time in a barn. He it still half mild that neither thn fast trotters nor 17. IS i in a no a n, lUpiuiL,)! lilriiilnliaiu 3.ipiull 11 a in enminir gevery phseo' the case and th's 1 ii 43 p lu 12 BliKWa ....... UDOaiu Kiiuil well -- . at lirye. This i tbe third of the Baker fast runners couid overtake him Wnattver decision I lAfi p iu 4 Wi ii in A'r MHrlillau .l.'Tr t I On in in DO utn Gov. Rdcxner will do. .... ,. fi 13 t m 0 3 a m A'it Ni-Orlmiit. I.'yh iu 10 p hi A 00 pin n)torious fennle family killed in lit than a year, hi' brothLiuise Miohel, the Winchester Court. Then were 400 4 JO a iu l.'re ... MrridlnQ he amies nt we are hum he will be govern-t- d v'rv IWWJI iu o M a iu I. h . Juckuiii A IS p in A rv entirely by facta in the case ard no', anarchist, wn shot by a rejjoted lover while er and flher having been killed liml win cattle on the market Monday. Tne prices to a in 1,'re MikMiiirg ...M 4 0 p iu she was addieming a meeting at Harve, trr by a neighbor mined Ferguson in a were a little butter thu last court; 31 fair 4 20 pin lro Munri ,10 05 m,i moved iu nny manner hy A IS p in Arr. ...,. .. 0 00 a in MirTi'irl Franc quarrel about land. 2 year oids brought $32 35: 32 CHlvts $16; wlih the question for N. H. Tralu No. ll ifiiveaOaWJaUai li.oi N. rnd urn too In (. luttaLooi En State Treamrer John T. Al'ea, After g at v.tj a. m. -- D.n chief of the "Whfo" 'o long yeaning o 10 3; v.') moderate ymr IcaTea Chattauooja at l..iA v. it. ami airlvra at (I ikilalo at 7.SU. eeveral day, tho mighty intehecu which vlio bus just dipd at Austin, Texas, in Naw York City, lings $20; 30 head nf 1 000 pound feeders gang of Mann lloinlolr Kutlxi Hldplng Oaraoiiull iliruuli triilni. adorn the bench of our Appellate Court $300,000 lo tho city for an educu-iioo- rtl was hung at dyhreak Monday morning for $37 Tnere were 75 mules olisred and sale 11. COLL11IIAN, (len'l Kft. A fan. JOHN O. (1AUI.T, (lon'l Manar, Al., have given it w thnir pi it jn that a nlede school for hojH. K. CAIUIOI.U (Icu'l b upt. Ihe a.tirder of Ellztbeth Garrity, whnm he were biisk at go d price. Extra mules fellow haniinrriaa dnadW wespwi. Tne 'loneral OtStvv. rtt. 1'aul llullJiiij. W'eit I'ourtli Htrcet, Cincinnati, Uh'o, ThooiHs O'Biien, who ehot nnd killed killed in attempting to snoot a man agaiast brought $160.-Su- n. MMrtHMHMnBaMHIMiaMUMIWMMMHNMI who ctrries one cjocsalt-- upon his person Henry Metcilf, at Lexington, hr.n ciirren-dei- e whom he had a gru.lge, Hi was a young E1C. Hopper, Secretary of the Lito-nl- a liab'e to $25 lh and 10 dae I to the authorities, waived an exauii is thrre'ore man, but his career of rr'uiH could hardly Jockey Club, save thai the entries for in jail, if the fict is provwi nation and was ent to jail. baVH been equalled in a life of three-scir- e ttiti LitouU races have inert axel 33 per The amount of tux collected rn dis- and-te- n A the drop fell (ho wordi "Je cent. "We have more entries this year MKICCJEIANT TA1I.OIC The Liuisville liine printed a cut of Ubsla it Gen. Fry til ed spirits since the Internal Kevenuo rua have mercy on me" came in agoniz ng thin we ever had before, and just where 8'. "Old Bo Tweed" and hw weutinto etbet, is $1,099,379 930; on accento from under the dreadful black Louis will get her horee, I can not under The general U b id man from Bitier creek I oat rccelTed and (till receWIng liquors, $249,240,119. cap. stand. Iu one stake that we had 01 entries but not the kind of a bad man that Tweed fermented ilivaim is almost equal to Kentucky, his per in last year, waa filled Thursday with 121 was, and ought to resent this stab at It is intereatiog to trace the evolutions of O Sunday there were 12 murders, one sui and all the stake races have increased ac sonal appearance. cide, eiuhl highway lobberies and four words and expression. Cultivated people cordiugly " Comprising the beat In tba market, which will ba say "How do you do?" Those who are lees The brewers of Muwatiee are on a stabbings in Havana and Cardenas. Tbe statistics show that the retailers of Gotten Up in Style and Mako Sooond to Mono in City or precise say "Howdy do?" la the hack- unUa the dlirirnaiies are soon' -- Li wis Potter, of Warren county, was strike and Country I arranged some'of us aw going to suffer. 78 years old Tuesday. He baa tea sisters woods of Tennessee they say ."Howdy?" Tne liquor realize a profit of 133J per cent ou Give M Trial. investment. This statement should set noble red man of the west says "Ho?" j the Toe mercury haa not been above zero and brothers, and there has not been a consumers (o thinking. While the cat on tbe fence says "O?" I death in the family for C5 years. weeks. iu the Norlhwesjt for over three mI The striking printers in Louisville are talking of starting a paper to crush out the Courier-Journ- al and the late Col. Hoars, whose life was demoted to that task, haa promised, so the lima says, to edit it six months for nothing, Not to bj outdouo, Mr. Ilaldeman, whoe name is but a synonym for generoily, ha offered to furnish Associated the concern wi'ti the dixpatches free of chargo for six months, equivalent! to a chIi su'weription of $1500. The day of the grral piper upon which Mr. H.Vdeman ha? spent so want years and so much tnnney to mike it the be?t in the country, are numofred and it name will soon become a failing memory. It is sail, very cud, but Mr llaldemtin deserved to be brokenup for having the aiuUcily tosiugeU how hi paper shall be ruu. He ought to have turned it over to the Typographical Union No. 10 entirely, and not said a word. We-tter- A tteiiiion . Please Oliver (lulled mid Imperial Plows, 35,-00- Complete Xiine of Groceries Onv fctocli oi At-aut- a, 1IOCJK13K JtlCKwIIT. c, PLANING MILL CO. -- Flooring, VO'catlierboarding, Ceiling, fn.sh, lour.s aud ICiinds ulwa.v.s in Mlock. doe-too- s Im-he- ls ut FUENITURE STORE AI 8IV81IAK, 1'ropriolor. a ltlll !iv liud !. laf ROBERTS & STAGG, -- - 1 Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, d. Queen and Crescent Route. , Orleans Flo rid Through Cars Dally '8. Pit-terso- S re 1 m . 1 1 . wrs-tlin- I, New Goods for Fall and Winter a rfc . N ywHwr -- in ! iiiuu.Bwftija "ffr1" ,4S!V Stmi-SBieh- lg Interior Journal I burg. HAVE H. iuit received anew lot of Ham- The photographer, J. L. Bchleael, will reKUtne hi II. Shank. bl monthly visit next Tuedy. K. O. WALTON. Two car load of lrah unit i)(t received Koater'. UualnoBH Mannffor. at Metcalf Call on hint at the McKibert (jallery. Stanford, Ky, 1'itOllnhril 'lut'Hilitu Janunry "ii( Oi.li aewini; machine 27, 1888 elegant line of no oni Wk club with nearly every paper acid In the country and can hhvh you repilred and an from 25 cent to $1 if you eulncribe nt Paler llain-ton- 'e through m. periodic! I :4 w t Mu. IIkniiv Mim ia fizins; up hinHtore Bkn Bautii, a hrakeman on thhdlviion, room preparatory u opmnij up a Htock of had lili tfj; broke while coiiplinij earn at h'jotit -- AT and atioert Ha will 4till ooitintie lo ss New Htven, Ttiedy. do custom work sU I'lUHANNUM, OAtfll. Wk have received our firet aprinsr order rVjUlUK MuitriiY tyn the ground bog tt underttood It wacrodlt that tlM will l" of tlambiirii edging, lace", &, I'leae imctod and demanded. loat hie reputation lat yeir, John Smith call and examine. Owaley fe Craw. and the gooae bone hve proved yalueleii Dill I'D FllUlTH n( all hind, Mince and our onlv tlepondence now U on Brer to see L . & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. and Canned Qreely. Meal, Preserve, Pickle - 2 Of . m (looda at A. A Warren's "Model Ciro. mii train gums Hoim. It ia hardly ntCfa,tiry to rciterale the Month Hi r. m " low prices. "Wo .... II t . M tory Wo havo a good stock of plow -uib fact that Al Field' Mir atreia will be here Aximu train" NnttI M ." .... MARRIfiGES. " Pay Attention. 1 wiah to ray to my next Tuesday nislit. livery body known it .... 8 38 a. M . local PrrlRht North Wagons of of Old received a car-loa- d have .... - A bi A u ciiatomer to call and nettle their account. and everybody who Houth A Milwaukee mioister Ins married oin get there will be The taller train, alto rally rumeua-tiriI and tnual have it. Do prceent. a large a styles, couple in hi time. will havo all sizes thaa jote la calculatod on tlandard time. Holar need the money not neglect Ihh thing. Mm, Knte Dudde-ra- r I at. ! arioul JO minute, latter W. W. GilliHpie, drummer fur a TilR rneh con'iuur ni the CJre-istock of Buggies, Carriages, Carts and Buck Boards emBirtnin hoiire, eloped with a 14 vear-ol- d Binre Himembr everything mtiat eo end daughter of Richard Hiddleiton, of Flem bracing: to soo. we to morBorne now styles Tiirkk will be a grand free A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. the time ia ahori, Dtu't min the opportu ing county. 'Ihuy were married at A her row evening truui 0 to 7 o'clock. The man nity to load up witn desirable coodii. 8. dee n Tialn Irarra llowland at TOO a', u.and roturni at in I tie moon wfll give a trapeze act and do L Power & C tr m. Mim Aggie Blight, a Hooaier benny, other wonderful thing, which everybody .T. TlIK cold wave aiinl waa Hying yeater akinned down a liglitniiig rod and rode if they get tho rittht position, can aee LOCAL NOTICES. Shtrp. da and tho mercury waa down to 20, but atraddle 20 mile to marry Adam Hriir.MUKii UiM I no money making warmer wether ia predic'ol for loday, A Mi8 Aggie i A. Bright girl h well a A Buy your echool boo and achool aup-pli- t aale, I lie only object beiiu to cloe out the Glaacow Time. rXFi Leivy rain haa abiul jjMeu away with the Sharp won from A. It. Penny. Htock williin the horlt time polble. enow aince last iaue. W atoiikh and Jewelry repaired on ehor In a Piictty Fix Jennie eighed, and Ttirvio coming firt will titil greatnat aort oo lice and warranted by A. It, Penny. her pretty Imlu Iremhling (treat Bar ha Held lis Interest It bn re John Biiuiht, Jit., etock ol jewelry, lateat menl to ailect from. Power' A ouMi-Lrrl!ri(.lu to bis an-ne- ham ; then with ouMretcticd arias be in the lirm of IIcker A. gain Store, Kockfurd watcliM n ioialty. tyle. It. Penny. Dr. H G. Hocker, who will continue eii.irized her half rlucunt form -- and firm of Penny mil" but he clpod her tighter. DKLltf-- - McAlilr having "Bou," anid hia nul lo him the otlier the bu ine at the tune iaod. Mr Thk dteolved, ibf account re riady fnr aettle night, "Needham'a uiarriai bill knocke Bright is not decidid to what lie will do. ''Jennie, ay, wilt thou be mita?'' then her , -WM-&Stationery and ruent. Coine at once and mule. You nmj you out on the firat c mot " "How'a thai?" !... bright face grew much brighter, Hnd elm Drugs, Books, aave coal. Tim NrediidmV mtirimoniat law whiiereil, 'l am thine." Tneo they claap When tflorl to amiie. luid Boh, with a ftmcies. "Idiot," ahe aweelly replied and now they i Adopted and a general atatule ia enacted el ech oiher fondly, doo together a two PERSOSAL. Phvilclan.' pratrlptlom attnrately eorupoaniled forbidding people froiJi lingering in church do no tpeak aa they pii hv, AIM hr.ck. therr they ktnei each other Houndly, J:jl. - nud p mtfflie Irdibies, while thoce in jaaMBXy WAiLHflfja watch nilea fV Fhank CoiiDIEit, Kjwland, baa bcn and I loll t'lem in tiial fix. Thr Uncle Tom Cabin Company, which the renr airugle carcey nnvthiiig exit, Kranletl a penaion rtcently playeil here, went to piec at A ctlonil dude cnaou-- d io b imaoj the h- needed to make thin vain Kr.v. and Miw. A. H. Mower went to CruthinDa. It played in bad luck all thro' more will Hnated p iijiigerH in a isntiigton borae- - The Largest Slonk of Vatcher;, Olcoka, world a paradtae fir mnnum-ntcrank. Liuinvllle '1'iunlnv. Ken ucky, and it' fate ought lo convince color on or A young womt'i ol ht Jewelry and Silverware went lo other auch oumpiiuea that nnb-xlMll.,ANl Mkh W J. S'AUI here but The Kiwlaiiit people are kicking like tired and he immediately a rone, and otier-Lnuiiiviile Krer bongbt to thta maiket Prlcea Lower then eee the tnircnble old cheat-nu- t. mule hecine the ptnlEs? ha been re coona ianl to I her hi 8 is grace'ii'lv ilomurrad, the I.ov.'at. V.'atchea, Clocks ana Jewelry Be-FliAMC, thr liuli) ann of Mr. and Mr. d moved from the town proper to the talrr-- l no ihort oatlrn and Warrant!. id "I don't liKn to diiprive you, air, an J B. Swane, l vrrv III o' fover ltr.v. J II Mohan, who uaed to be pae-t- nr of N'edtuore. Pho'orspher Cordicr baa ot your suit." "O i, no depravity, misa," Mlr-1.00 (iKANT, ol Lncaater, waa of the olored Bipilal church here, hui been appointed poMmanler and we auppoe wii mn replr; "in deprivity at al'; I pre Ihla wek. with thi Mlwra who now live io Kiriaaa, hm neirly en- he lakea the otHvi around in hia cr. Per-Ii- ler lo aland " Min Lauiu Keii.HK, of HarrodburK, tirety it will be iu the proper place next lol Ida aighl mid I an obiect for the Wife (3 A. M., It! helov) -- '"Jauiff, dot U the K'iMt ' Mil-- . Tl ouiia MetCAlf. He week. aviaUnotf of the chariulilj-lncline- d. .Mien 1.1ziK AuacANiirK, of Harroila thou hear the cai?" "Ideal." "She wew- witita lo have Ilia ojw operatiil upon and "Bowlinh Glir.KN" one ol the three " "Lt her mew. Il amoetu me. ii Imrjr, la viniiinu Ml Joe Kngleuiiu. lo deairr to (eiurn to Ida Uuiilv. Any ngroM arreati-- Monday cl'.t'ged with the elh thou not arim and caat her thither?" ' Wilat MiM Bki.I.k Hoot ii 'pending a monlh v; ronlribirion will ha thankfully received by a4iination of William Whitecottoti on I ariie "Ntawil-l.- " ".hen at he r brolher'a, Mr Dwmdl Itat, iu the him the night ol the 18th. had hi examining and gu unto my motaor, paring unto her. countrr. ami w held trial at Dinvilte Wdn-daunil Ilarrul, nt renNonuble rl Juikir Cakwn fined J ilin William $30 Mn. asu Miw. J. T. Lynn, of Ijiiia-villr- , 'Motoer, lure I .in m I her I will re- Npleudiil Slaokiirel, in ltMclief ooat for ahootini, on the atreeta, dnv without bail on very ftrotK circumstantial and cch, coiiMideriuK their cost. ar- - viaiilnc linrptrenie, Mr. and Mra. main ' '' Snore reeponae. - N Y. Jour-ni- l. InK on the pavement nud acting disorderly evidence. Jim Cairl and Mnll Brook, the J.M. Wrav. Mi-rj- t Llccie generally, which he promptly paid. After-war- d other two, waived examination. ItwK HioiiAHDet am ip Mr Barnuiii lalua of buying tne another warrant waa gotten out veaterday to .Brailey went to old admirer ol Mr. K. J Campbell' tlreat Kietern, loading it with atirctiori AN again! him for curaiog a man but ihia waa horn p'aving haa juat him with aud ruoiiing it a a tug 11 jatmg mini-- . Mr. her Muodv. We hope Ihli aud Louie are eubaitiuetitly wiii.drawn. Miw Pokik Couhtm one of Conn' fine! aolo rurnel. No one Bi roil in i the grnaiet muowumii h'oim hereafter a few daya attneir former home will leach htm a leaou o that aendlntr may leaye lown on Ihi account for Cimp-be- ll KoiIi, who, iioiwitn amliutf it fnilute io tbcre will be no catire for complaint aaini Cti..diiced Hie ureit ia not oi e of thcee euper brilliant, draw, oDiplcoliorulil in Qrftnbur,t He la not naturally a bd biy. In roof lifting Miw S II. Hout rerevd an elegant him h'Tii blower, but fur correct in- em Knot on niitu f v tn her uncle, fact he can he especially nice when he terpretation, rrto'ailvtr iab!e-)itnrexqutaite phrareology and J. P. Ha cln wnt to California wl h Mr. J W lUrna, ol Ieiiworth. Kanaif. want to be and lor the aake of hia excel aweelnea of tone very few amateur of tbi 55(HI, bsrrnwel nor.ey.and i now worth Mn. It. tt. WILLIAM", repreaeniinir lent family he ahould endeayor to always day rqual him. "inve-pear- e etui lliat $10,0X,IW'0 And that exro. lent paper, the Ml Vernon Sig act the contleman. III! bDrrowingdull thn edge ct htiahanlrr NKAHLYall of the town people who nal, waeie KrliUv raking in eubecribera ICatvimd'u Por.Mu We have received Shakeapenre in ty have hen a pie', b ( he Mil. AND Mjt". It. J McIlOIIKHTH Went from Mr. J. I. McKinney a beautifully have ic hotiaea, filled tbem dnring the lale mm. wa no binine lo Harrodeliur.' Wednesday to attend the bound copy of her piKin, which haa jual aeaaon with three to four inch ice. Mr. Bar g of OF- Speaking of the bail act in u tliaiion Julia been MarriaKH "i.f Dr. Hilton In Mi by the Courier Journetl job room. row upon whom devolve the duly and thoae who have none, only Hhout committed by extreme pr.ihih'iioM- Cecil. It contain eighty old of hr beat produc Y rt Sun reimrla Mil IIaiiky Hanky and ife and Mra. tioim and liqimr man, the No Prof. John Au William", tier half fillea hi bonnes before tho thaw 11 pond is aupplled with that "ilo'ii"iniei em hard i.ian. "bh'h-eMf in Mercar W. It. Vetoh are tiiiIiik o J preceptor, aay, "A delicacy of thought ltney ia In very bad health, but i aome and finoy, and of puritv of enliment pr-vad- o aprings in il aihl due not fressi a eoon lempirini" or inlem4er:tnc i t m mine a other. iniemperalM " what improved. whole like awrite-- t perfuolv." nor a laxl lite - wcii Mas. SrfiAN K , wido of the late Geo It ia a volume of which anyone might feel at Over 'JO.OlW) w.imn r?f MinilS. T-- t B. Cooper, haa been K'',,,i a pencion for proud and we thin thi donor for ao kind 'to making traile in S the aervireof her haihani' in the Mexlcm ly remembering ua A splendid engraving ' f"" i'r. K der John Bell UiOion i attending niucn nf letine-- ' awA m l re War. Hhe ill draw $S a month, Uniii of the hand'ome aiilhorem ornaroenia the the Mooly meelinga and will cot till hi oii i ml I'l'rii ninK with January, 188(1 hook and aeveral of the poemi lri illua pulpit i.ext Kunday. va'o! iriii'i'g ""hi'Mh"""!' i t iiiei' t.wi. Mim Sat.lik IlAiiitirM wriii- - that trated. It ia dediclel lo J. 1. Mcrvinney I'.eaae ia through you piper that I Syrup of Figs ahe la now lucied in the Holel Emery, in thi litl'e verae: will preacu at Sugar Oroy Hchool-hoiu- e Cincinnati, and would lie ulad lo till ordera Try worJ ot pralio , "To liliu who fjumUy morniug al 11 o'clock J. (J, Is Nature's own truo laxative. It is the next Who loten tolllnger whore my tbouhtt hare Livingatoo. from M r frirmla for nnj kind of good. most easily taken, and tho most effectivo been, Hhe. will alao "cliaperon" ladiea ViailiriB Djo-vil- le remedy known to Cleanso tho System -- Kev T N McWilliama, ot the AuA who Jellhta In ml my rhyming ways, Head-ache(,'incinnaii ahnppint! and aiubt aeelnir. It rat, thew edirti of my pen " will fill Mr. when Bilious or Costivo; to dispel I ollir Tneolngicitl Seminiry, Hriikplk, the clever to Cure Uatyt-ua- l Hon. William Colds, and Fevers; old gentleman, who Cildwell'a appoiutment at McKenrlno TltK other Constipation, Indigestion, Tiles, etc. et republirnti Ihaidraw breath, likta ex- bai taken the day anever' amce we tistwhl churcu Siturd.iv niijlif and Sunday mi rn piper actly -- 4 uwi"pnerf, and ahowa Ira irood Manufactured only by tho California Fig teg next w JoUllNAL it, 13 year ago, ctled in and aaid he eenae by ino'iidniK fie Intkiuou - I'he aerne aularr of a Honthnin Pre Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. fur miuy loo poor to continue it and we would have ,n the number, and haa done a Foralhv . R Peony. Stanford. We told him If poverty byler.an preicher i$oo'i. Kentucky pavn hia copy yeir. lie and hi uood wife are dcided'y to etop only raoo ami be wanted lh the Might el ilrie, the nverngo being J725 waa the pirll.il to II ton. Tne average contrilnitiou by church mem-Or- r mv .uitntrnMir:rs piper that heehotlld havo U free, bill lie OS; the Kentucl;y average I $5 41; wouldn't agree to lliit and we lifted hi AFFAIRS LOCAL l". x leid with $7 83 average, a Tery iU- ' nnmeoiiinf the Hit He only miaed n -- U'V. 5. A. Diy, ot Cjvinton, ha J.( jul nnD TJTJ'MT' Kitclnu ,a laro rich iitrdm No coiinrntion with tne Clnciona tl South- iaaiio tiefore he Ult ItilJiN Hie ' alraolejurt of tuu llh and ordere I cine in n?ain revival an nHiuitli'.lilen lo It (i.Of.AlO. oloxetl one of ihe miH euccv-fu- l ern ."JU attachod. Apply It on, ayins! that he fell loel wiihotit that wan ever held in Crthage, Cnupbell want a Huddle It it and that nt iNilghte.ru bad ralaed euch a CALL on na wnen vmi county There ware between S1) and 100 r. row that he waa forced to do "OiuwUiiiu, will piy you. Metcilf community ia Tb it day we met the young lauie wi.o onveraiona and the whole Commuiiwealth thoroughly Hrouaed. Glaaa and Q'letna-warejuIltKlieNt iiiarlivl prlrn pnitl Tor Irinh Potntnc, CJuliba A NF.w line nt China, pud up the mibi:ription and said 'iju'i dy, n Monday, Kaiiruiryflth.Cun'v Ot if rCiiyd at A. A. Wirreo'a "Mot- pay any attention to pi, n want the ptpir A townnmiti tlnnV.- - he detects a apirit I will nil al Lie Court House dour In 8mi.lord, Orlrtt AppIoH. el Grocery. '' and are always going lo have it " We cm of ell laiidaii in about tho very looks of Njttul hrcaof Faiuicn National Kaux btock. , W.Il. AUW-MlfT- . women. Tuoy wome peraon', win have been to Ijouiaville always depend ou tie .de. Wk have junl recuivrd a oew line o' iw.nljio, Ky. w; td aeumething in the r wlk reiliit the witmitiR way of their to henr Moo'U; harne.a and aaddlufy. Cll and examine ciiinot iriieal friend, the I. J., and tell ii thai and manner that eeetiH to aay: 'Oi vou Metcalf A Foaier. once a uhsriber tneau alwy n auhjcriber benighted crra'ute, go and lwar M iod) !" THE B0TT0A1 KNOCKED OUT. -- A cynic it church in in thinlr that, Thk wife of I). . li'im, of CUrk, a with them. kj In otIch ever known at relative ot Mr. It E. Btrrow, of this counTuoBiealiil DUIIINO the Cliiiatuia holidavn Sim aule Iroin iieroo.il pleasure and pride of UWi.TKIt V nrtc'a'i hnlng aud repair ty, died Wei'H'aday. HiMtonyille conn, waa arreated eennatlpiitliaui in the Moiv uieetiig', the hnp rhaakltiijmr Irlend'tof their pit larora Yowell.h All tlllKlH mr llliwr. IhingVoiue IiilIi nt $12,000, Tuat emu l.llH'IIWIOIII .HIUH 111 (if sljle and warruntul Of to thH t w.irli (1..iih Twenty five bollah nulla t $11 and and brought lo jilt, charged with rea'uting judiciously expended in obscure place r Anything In Iron in BMVrailjfjitlou or mi County Attorney Caipenter left, ni Hi" Great Birjjain Store an ollicer and betonvhio-vl- . only a few wirKiteuia trlul New Yerr M toil all. him hack lo lluatonvilletlie our State would bring furth aHtoaiahlng gtartel to take ot ri L. I'owrr& Co. U'AJ.riUS FWI.n, TuriirmvllU. ntvro very (piiel fruit of righto uiene.. next day for trial, hut Wh have in eiork and aie ly waiked oil ami lef. Mr. C.irpenter u take Al Btptial church next Sundav er? al CAM1'LT8. tried any- - !1 p. u, tbo paatnr will pruach to Ihe chilreivili daily an elegant line of car.-ota-. the cold drive slone. Hew C.W. METCALF, JR., B oil cloth, etc. Offlev A Oral,.'. and a Hsmtctice of 15 dayB iu jail im- - dren of the town on raiding the bin, aub way, ol: "Tne Bwi Limp" All pirenta in .tltiiarcy 'at Law Hint ICatal Km-tumurder pfHed agalnl him J ho other day he went Ouu Liberty leiier leila of Immediately AKvnt, aalted him for an vitod to brtni; Ihe children. Cuaev aeema determin-e- d lo Squiro John Ball and Hnd a jail delivery. afier the ervic- - Iho "Huiibaun" will meet lt.VUltOOItVIIt-JC- . - -- ICY, . order lo Jailer Owou for the 16 daya' board lhaliihe wtil keep up with the procea-eionwhich being given him he promptly deliv- All of them come. P. G. E'som. practice In any court In Kaitcro Kenliickr. The adherens of Ihe religion of Jesus e Will ered to that officer It i rare that a law.Min.iii. (! iMntl tlilr. timite a sneclaltr. Anv cual. Uiuher aud mineral outnumber the iuiiow, 0l llaetracn of tluioer, The man wnoancHi in tooth into an breaker lakes hi own milium to the j tiler Cnriat on umlt lor sale. Information lurnlitird (.'81-1- uy lriah potato now can aimoit taue the moo and Sim deaervea to be ahown eome can any other faith in the world . ChrHlian potut and corre iwiidfuieajllclled. at They j in them. acarce eell that.$1 50 a buahel aideration for hi actto Another uogro, illusion number more than -- .000,000 ad ' ba insane, waa hereon on beitien eoil, and at the preaent at Walner Wheel r.aaid here and are jail Wednesday, but Judge Var-no- n rate ol inureaae will include 20,000,000 owinij lodged in AND now cornea toe report that think ho is more a subject for the more before Ihe century cloaea.-rJud- eon One of the Most Desirable Building they are rtquiied to pay lo Ibe heavy rale LoU in Stanford, poor home aud will send him there, unlea Smith, lioce the adoption of lb Iuieietate The Pope said on receiving President sub tide Main itreet, opposite Chrlitlan churoh he how marked algm of Insanity. Theee companies hare ,0, circua "In America, the &dr additions make 15 pritonera now in charge Ceveland'a prea.nti nut lo um the railroad tbu year, MS F. WKAKKN. KISS people enjoy liberty in Ihe true sense of the asm of Jailer Owena. t but follow tbo water coune. l'rtiltij, Hali(ion there U free lo epretd I entertain au eapecial affection for Antrim, iind have tnerf iri Hppr ivel the aoheuiea lor n Citliolio Untveraity at WhhIi incton Your Rrotciiiniry hna a ennd fu lure before It ' Y mr President command my higheat adinirition and I thank and hie von mid twin " Eider It. A Hoppr haa accepted a call to ddiMiM iMif nl uum to work for tie General MI"ionry Bnrdof tUe CirNli'n Cnurcb Elder Jene Wildan, of Line in ter, cla'ed a aeries of al tho Chria tian cburcu of CiiupbellHVillerjiitidtj nu'il with aeveii Hddlllonx, H wia atiinted moat cf the lime by E der A. J. Hopkina The f'ebi incurred by the conre'to-- i in errcliiu their limine of worship waa piid Lebanon Htfilrd off word. e PLOWSPLOWSPLOWS No. of Cane Sod Plows, 5 Champion with horn cutter and draft rod. Wo haye the Silver Steel that cannot be excelled either sod or stubble. We also have a comfor blue-grabined fctcel and chilled plow that wo will guarantee to give better satisfaction than any of the all chilled to-w- it: Wo liave tho King plows. It will py you, and these plows before buying. - 1,-3- just and harness at Hickory in short time t that want everybody 12EO. MKto. ) S. WJEAREBT, Mnn'g'r., T. WEAHEN, Xrop. z-- d A 3Eli) 9WUTT. j85 iLl&Zo r, "L-we- PHARMACIST i ' t JEWELER. al on TREvnpTKSr aa-it- . far-en- 1 B,f d y, Initilli pre-ente- d iii ei i BITY GHOCEMIEf eup-plyin- ed com-aienc- r 'rk T. R. MAIN AALTON c:oitK- Tn rj '' & SOMEESET STS.. s, A.TVI GET THE i$l EST. F.-t- BfWTUCE. '' i U-- r " tu Wall Paper, Furniture, FOll NILE! J Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, "? K5' . MMfilE at 2SiTfc!Wfl!l!Sa y "ar5 -- twMMHWsl IflfiSSHBE ntea it I ff?4S ORCHARD. V4 FROM ALL POINTS. YARNLETS. d NEWCIWEII IIOTEF, MT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel la still maintaining its fino reputation. Charges roasouabl Hpeclal attention to the traveling public 31. V. AJIITOrfJ, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky, well-kno- llNCOLN COUNU. V. F. Keuotdy is uliiihtly be writing. at thii - During th Int cold inell number of the ic hoiinea here were lHel A tioy b.hr nirl wis mlilml to Mr Mid on the Mm. W. M. O'tiryan' liou-elo'd -- Mrs. tr 120th mo on the aiefc MM. -- Mri. Rule Khert fell on the ice eevertl darn sis'O Mid hurt her hip, which has cum cd her good deal of pain. Mr. Henry Fulbor U clerking in E. W. Jonf b' druii utore while he ie viritinu his brother, Mr. Murray J ones, in Brtnford, il, Mre. John Edininton, MIm llettie lUt Meiers. G.'W. Jarae Rnd William Gar udt Florida. Mre. Ilawea received word Saturday that her fttber ira asncrouxly ill nnd Jofion theniRht traiu for home, Caniin. led. While the Ib absent Mies fhixloti inesiiles nt the College in her place. Mis Kite Dayia hai gone to Knwland to visit friends. Mm. Mbcrio Coffey, ff Danville, was the guest of Mre. V R. Dil lion. Mr S II Kennedy i at home on a ebon visit. Miss Maul Pettus is visiting relatives al Preachorille. Mr. M. Livingston has returned from New York. The Poritaii of Christ damp and gloomy wall" o( the Oa thd catacombs of sculpture and worship, in the of the primitive Christian niojuroent Church, on the portals aud in the apses ol ancient Bfztntine basilicas, in stately cathedrals of the middle aes, iu the proud j,al leries of the world's art, and even on the humble wails of the lowliest hemes, or in cherished books ol the poor, that slrne and wonderful face arrests the mind with n celestial thought and charms the imagination with the hope that wc may heretfier tee 'Him as He is. Whether depicted in the coarse, rude line of the eariest skeich-i'- S, or in the finished touches of the master's skill; whether sad and painful with di vine and human sorrow, or glorious in heavenly triumph, ibe same face is alwajs represented. Tne whole of Christendom is enriched by the memorials of a d.vine yisi tation. With endless variations of linei mentsaud expression, ttere has always been preserved a faithful adherence to Hie general type of some ancient ideal. In the midst o classic art, though about thi period of ItH decline, there suddenly appetred the Image of astiange Jnd complete personality, differing from all pgau ideals. I. was Chrietl He had come into the world and livd and labored among men who cherished his memory; and they desired 10 leave the ages to come some pictured reAmeriminder of his human semblancu. can MogtiZ'ne. Just Hear the Woman. At a literary meeting Mrs. Donway. toasted the men as follow: 'God bles 'em, We halve their joys, double their sorrows, trfcble their expenses, quadruple their cares excite their afleciions, control their property and out matcoirre them in everything. In fact, 1 may sty, without a prospect of succesi'ul contradiction, without 'em it would not be much of a world anyhow. We love 'em, and the dear be'ug can't help it; ve control 'em, and the precious fellows don't know it. As huebinds they are al always convenient, though not always on hand; as baaux they ar by no means mstcnless. Tuey are most agreeable visit ors: they are handy at State fairs and in at oyster saloons They are as escorts for some other fellow's splendid wife or sister and as friends they are belter As our fathers they are in than women expreibly grand. A man nny be a failure in business, a wreck in constitution, not euuiigu to boast of beauty, mthing as legislator on woman's righis, and not even , very brilliant as a member of the pre-s- uui be our own father we overlook hitt if he Bborto wingB and cover the pecadillos with TUen, an our the divine ianile of Charity. huw ws love to parade them u hiiebande, paraxon! Iu the sublime language of the poet "We'lllle for them, d We'll cry for thetu, And II we could we'd l!y for them. Wu'd do anything but die for them " ll e hih) lnm by lying down and advancing .cattticuiily, at the same lime imitating the moiiuns'of a seal, "keeping his feet and legs, winch he croeses at the ankle, close to.e her ho Itint thev much referable the hindqutr ters ol a seal. Iodeed, when at a distsrce I hitVB Irtnuently found it difficult t leil which was tne seal and which the nun. Cosmopolitan H lmi, lour j ears of age, entitled to n selected a prusa at the Sanday-i-chool, ffAL Hunting -- In the spring when tel ci iuk out upon ihe ice to bnk dix in Ihe warm minligbt, the htinler The next Sunday her tencher handed her one; it had a Russia leather binding, witn ex ension coveis, and a band of eUstic to hold it together. Helen lookind her teacher asked, ed dissati-fi'd- , 'Wm.i is ii Helen, did you not want a Tes 'Yes," she replied, "but I did tauieniV" for one with a garter on i."-- El not hsk itnr' Drawer, in Harper's Magriine for Fehrury. Wbat is meant, John, by the pbrao "carrying coals to Newcastle?" Husband -- It is a metaphor, my dear, showing the doing of something that ia un- nece'snry. Give Wife I don't exactly understand. a familiar one. me n illustiation, Husband -- Well, If I was to bring yu home a book entitled "How to Talk," that would be carrying coals to Newcastle. Bob ton Courier. Wife -- Over ono hundred whlto men are said to A m vs walked into a St. Taiil hotel tbo bo In hiding In the lunious Dismal Swamp other day and dropping his gripsack runol Virginia, oncu tho rofugo of runny it over the page seized n pen ami serajK-away slaves. of the hotel register, leaving n broad swath Hy lato statistics It Is shown that negro of ink. When remonstrated with ho drew property-owner-s forth a bank book and some checks bearing In Ooorgjii, South Carolina and Louisiana pay tuxes on property similar marks, which ho said was his regular signature. million dollars. Valued nt forty-eigIt is not pcnemlly known thut camels, Anuntio stranger wns seen by somo both wild unit tnmo, nro found In Texns, yet laborerr. to plungo Into 11 river, and thoy BiK-is tho fact. Tho llrst of theso animals pulled him out. He repeated the net three were brought to tho Stato by tho Govern- times with tho sumo result Ho was afterment In 18T3 to test their usefulness in ward seen to climb a tree, in tho neighborhood, from which ho deliberately hung crossing tho Amorlcnn desort. Tin: Stato of New York is nbout to em- himsolf. When bended for not rescuing bark in tho culorpriso of keeping deer. him from tho rope tho laborers replied that year tho Legislature voted $5,000 for they thought ho had simply hung himself tho e'stabli'thmeiit of u Stato deer park in up to dry. A jci:nit caso of surgery has como to tho Cutsklll Mountains, iind recently tho forest commission has takou tho matter in light A doctor who was called to attend a young mun who had two ribs broken, hand. News comes from Treseott, A. T., of tho ordered tho patient's mothor to make a big dlseovery of n wonderfully rich ledgo bowl of mush and milk und then called of gold bearing rock twenty Inches wide, on for n pair of ladies' corsets. Theso ho protho Hassuyampa river. Tho assay shows ceeded to laco about tho patient, utter 1100,000 per ton. Tho pieces of tho rock, which ho filled him up with tho mush und when broken, haug together by tho gold in milk, und, leaving instructions to keep tho young man well filled with it, departed. thorn. Tho next day ho declared that tho brokou I.v the South tho rico Industry is seriously damaged by tho inroads of tho "rico bird." bones wero rapidly mending. Is order to avoid injuring tho skins of Tho loss fKVasloncxi Iu this manner Is at $2,000,000 n year. In some parts otters when capturing them, the trappers boots which thoy Jill in largo numbers of men uml boys nro em- put on ployed In tho destruction of this rapacious with gravel. Then thoy wade in tho river. Tho moment mi otter sees a man coming todestroy er. wards his homo ho gets angry and snaps nt NiFon years one of tho features of tho agara falls has been a hugo mound of Ico tho intruder's logs. When once ho catches formal by tho freoiing of spray that falls hold ho never opens his Jaws until ho is upon a largo rook at the foot of tho Ameri- dead. After ho onco grips tho boot it is can falls. It is proposed to convert this easy enough to kill htm without harming his mound into a toboggan slldo during U10 fur. r was somo A Pennsylvania coming winters. timo since presented with a pair of whlto Oxu of tho wealthiest women in Chicago Is Mrs. Munccl Taloott, a childless widow of rats. In a short time thev begun to multithrec-sco- ro years. When her hunband was ply, and his pots soon numbered up In tho dying n few years ago, ho requested her soventies. Ono dark night somo friends broke open tho cage and set them all free. never to hoard a dollar. Her ineomo is i por annum, and of this sum sho devotes Tho rats fled in all directions, and tho town is now overrun with rats of all colors and H3,000 to local charity. shades. The citiiens aro indignant, and saNew Yoiik Crrr Is to have a drinking they nre loud iu denouncing tho indlviduul loon which will surpass in eleganco any who liberated tho rodents. thing of the kind In tho country. Tho floor While traveling through Arizona n fow is inlaid with sllvor dollars, which uro ceago the mented in tho marble floor in holes bored in ycar& watcr-cresno- s wife of General Crook throw out of tho car window oltcrnato slabs heads and tails up alter- somo s nately. Tho handles of tho are into n brook. If rumor bo truo, tho watermounted with silver dollars. Tho place Is cress now grows in luxuriance throughout named "Tho Silver Dollar," and tho sign tho entire Territory, and the settlers therebears a huge counterfeit of the obverso and abouts have learned to love it us well ns un Englishman does his breakfast chop. Tho roverso of that much coined coin. is tho Font Chinese journals nro published in llnest specimen thocalled who Crook cross, in Is rospousiblo compliment to lady San Francisco. Theso appear weekly, and for its introduction. hundred have a circulation of twenty-fivcopies. According to tho Chinese method a CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. good printer can print four hundred shoots 11 day. Two iirviinr.n out of tho SX) Iiaptkt Five days' work uro required to get out an edition of ono thousand copies. Tho churches of New York uro without pastors. journals are printed with black ink on sinFont million dollars has been contributed gle sheets of white paper, except on tho by tho native Christians of 31adagasear, Chinese new year, when tho printing la within tho jKiht ten years, for tho forwarddono with red ink or ujwn red paper. ing of the (.tocqicl. h.19 Tlir. champion glutton and I'nnviors to the llfteenth century, interturned up in St. louis. This titled person est on money was not allowed to Chris-ttanis a negro boy, nineteen years of age, and a none but Jews being usurers, and graduuto of the House of Kefugc. Recent- they wero under a ban. ly ho devoured two largo pies, ono minco TiimiE nre at present over two' thousand und ono upple, iu tho short period of two unmarried women in tho missionary sorv-ic- o thirty becoiuls. The feat was minutes and abroad. A fow years ago it was conperformed with his hands tied behind his sidered improper for any but u mission-ario'- s back, his tongue performing tho duties that wile to horvo. would otherwise huvo been dono by his Tile South Sea Islanders, nt tliclr last hands. During tho week ho gained great missionary mooting, raised f 1,KII for a now notoriety und au enviablo reputation among yacht to carry tho Gospel to New Guinea. his class by thrco similar feats. He drank This represents a degreo of generosity not a measure of water without once often turallclcd in tho home churches. takine tho vessel from his mouth. Ho also The Japanese nto determined not to bo drank a quart measure of whisky under tho classed as a heathen nation, hut wish to bo same conditions and ate six soda crackers ranked with the most advanced civilized in live minutes without dampening them in nations. All religions are now on nn equal manner. footing, uml the people uro ready to sacrillco old customs and adopt new, sometimes BEYOND OUR BORDERS. to a ridiculous extent misAccokiiino to a recently-returneThe reins of tho French Government aro sionary from tho Congo In Africa. Chrispractically held iu tho grasp of '31. Clemen-ceawho, n fow years since, was a prac- tianity has been spreading even where missionaries had nut labored. As ho apticing Now York physician. ono town in which no lluptist misTiiKitn aro nine hundred numbers in tho proached had ever organization of Kngland. sionaryevangali.sts lalwred ho saw 11 band of coming out of it to preach Theso reallzo a yearly profit of 15,0u0,000 native tho Gospel to theirnative brethren, aud that out of u business of $50,000,000. town u few years ago was sunk iu heathenA nctVAiiK of four thousand dollars Is ism. offered by Venezuela to any ono who conOne hundred years ago, tho 30th of Jantrives a means of converting tho omnipresuary next, the First Colored Itaptist church ent locust into somo form of usefulness. was organized in Georgia. Tho centennial Volmtk, tho new international language, celebration will not take placo until next now has ono hundred thousand students in June, so that tho weather will permit holdKuropo. Six iioriodicaU aro devoted to It, ing a great open-ui- r meeting in Savannah. and about sixty societies aro endeavoring Tho work of tho century has resulted In to introduce it. colored Baptist churches, .VX) ministers, IH'EXos Avin:s is said to contain moro 2,000 licentiates und 1150,000 members. millionaires than any other city of its sizo It is related that several years ngo n misin tho world. Many of tho privato houses sionary among tho British Columbia Inin the city huvo boon built ut a cost of over dians gathered the young pcoplo together $1,000,000, and ono of tho hanks has paid up a kogof whisky out vi tho grass, capital of ; .",000,000, with deposits und a and poured soon wlthorcu and destroyed, Ap which was lino of discounts aggregating stt'.ODJ.OOO. old chief then said that as tho whisky had The anthoriMesof Belgium recntly ex- burned tho grass so it would burn tho 0110 perimented with it now method of telegraphwho drunk It. Now it is nn annual ceremoing. A number of electric lamps wero ny among those Indians to pouroutukeg by a balloon, connected by wiro with of whisky. n battery on tho ground. Tho tolographlo SnvEiivi. English clergymen, mainly alphabet is employed und conveyed to disare out in print in reply to tance by ilusb.s from tho lamp correspondS'purgcon's charge that tho pulpits of Ening in duration with the characters gland nre full of unorthodox prenchors, who Ei.ECTiuciTT as u iiK'ans or llluinlrntion aro leading tho people astray. Tho genoral is constantly growing in favor In Kuropo. conclusion reached by them is thut there There is 11 demand fur upparnlus In Kpuiti, "nover was u period in English history activity prevails in Austria, somo largo In- when thoro was so much earnest evangelical stallations nro progressing in Kngiund, work done, and dono mainly through the whllo In tho land of tho Turk a syndicate churches, us has boon formed to push electric-lightinbeginning with a llfty years' monopoly In COMPILED CURRENCIES. Constantinople. Tori over two hundred years sho rthand Mk.xicvn hogs, which are a cross between tho Spanish mid tho wild hog of tho Mexican has be. n practiced, hut not until within tho mountains, nro raised with prollt in Mexico, last llfty years has it boon general. It la calculated that In the United Suites but not in any considerable numbers. They threo million women work for money. Of uverago ono hundred and soventy-llvl pounds in weight, and uro hilled chiefly for theso 000,000 uro their lard, which is worth twenty cents a rursuits. Neaw.y d of tho human beings of pound. Frosh jiork is worth twelvo aud f cents 11 pound, but is eaten very earth aro unprovided with houses and tho little, for nvst persons can't afford it. It is provisions of civilization, somo living in caves and huts, und man iu tho open air. 6aid that 3Iontorey, which has fifty thousand, cats only ubout ilvo hogs a day. Exi'khiments wero llrst begun oi( illumination by coal gas lu tho year 1720. Tho I.v Zupontlan, Mex., two hunters recently discovered n beautiful grotto three hundred llrst practical attempt at gas lighting was yards long and ono hundred und fifty wido. carried out ut Soho, near Birmingham, Tho grotto is formed of quartz und is Eng., in IbfM. A I'liorr.sson of tho Ohio Stato University udorued with tho most beautiful staluctltes and stalagmites, which glitter like pearls lately purchased soin red flannel underwhen tho light of torches falls upon thorn. clothing which, when worn u short timo, seriously ioisoncd his skin. Although of Tho infiltrations have formed exqulslto pillars and colonnades thirty yapls iu height tho be,st quality, 0110 of tho garments was In tho center of tho grotto aro two artificial found to contain sufllclcnt poisonous mutter rcsorvolrs lllled with clear aud very cold to kill a dog. A vf.w of tho vory wealthy pcoplo of tho water. On tho floor wero found many skulls and bones, which leads to tho Uultcd States have made their monoy in bcliof that tho placo was once used as a tho nowr.paper business Tho proprietor of tcmplo for human sacrillco by tho ancient tho Baltimore .S'.k Is said to have accumuMexicans. lated llftcen million dollars and several others as high us ten million. Mmb. Uoucicaut, tho great Parisian shopOk tho soventy-llvkeeper, well merits the Cross of u Knight thousand words compiled for the uso of English speaking pcoplo of tho Legion of Honor, which has been ujxm licr. Sho has given about ono fully sixty thousand are thought to bo su- -, million dollars to her employes ns a pension porlluous. Tho fulbst knowu vocabulary is said to huvo embraced only sixteen thoufund for tho sick and superannuated, splendid library and reading-roosand wards, while tho avorngo university funds, aud sho allows them all shares in tho gruduato employs but ubout four thousand. proflts of hor business. In her nativo do- A noted safe burglur, rccontly Interpartment sho has built, at her own exponso, viewed, says that safes should bo sot ou and at a cost of over two hundred thousand blocks and placed in 11 corner in such a poI dollars, n bridge across tho Saono, to give sition that tho door will phut toward tho tho people a moro direct road to market, wull. This makes It necessary to move the aud sho has distributed moro than ono minsafe in ordor to get at the door with the ion five bundrud thousand dollars to rellovo wedgo aud jhniuy, uud tho Job Is dlfflcult tho sutlcrera from tho phylloxera plaguo. and daugcrous. esti-matwide-logged hotcl-kecpo50,-0beer-pumpe pie-eats, half-gallo- n d u, olo-vato cngaged-irrngrlculturtone-thirone-hulpet-riflo bo-sid- es , V kROYALPSSSiO MOTHER5 a Livery, Training, Food, AND gill POWDER Absolutely Pure. nurer tsrln. pwlir wholpwinrnafa. utrragttt 'More economic! and than the ordinary kind, nd can not Ihi 10I0 O)inttton with the multitude of low tnit .lior HolJonljr in wvlitht alum or iihonphitn powilnri. IIoyalDakinii Povtdk O, cant, l(Ht all Utrrot, Now York V SALE STABLE ! Having rrnlnl the stable on Depot street, I am prepared to train and break Ii arses ou reasonablo terms. County Cmirl day trade solicited. ,03.6m, juiix n. va upKlanlotd, Ky i:Tiut. KY makes WILLIS HOUSE, MAIN ST., IIICIIMtlMI. my i Msri g r & h sy g Jag J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor, tKora good Table And clean and well furulthe.1 rooms, thl Hotel has no superior, (lond atnpl nxiiu attached. aul-l- y "VTHates ti IX) wr day. I Ii LI. I. H. THE C. JOHNSON, MiouM bo uni a few month before confinement. Send for look "To MoTiiKna," cull"! free. lliunniui HiouLATon Co., AtlantA, Oa. BOOT & SHOE MAKER, Tblit A marvM ol purllj , Is now prepared with a ithhI stock and an additional workman to do any klud of work In his hue promptly and In the Ul manner. (Mis Mm a (177) trial. Hnop on Lancaster street. 'itliuMJrMM Koute." Qhortostand Quiokest Route from Ofl'' tral Kontnoky to all Points North, East, West nud Southwest. WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, Jjfkry . 31. AL. G. FIELD & CO'S. OPERATIC MINSTRELS. til IO S O 1 Vast Line Belwtn the undersigned, have In Danville, Ky., a neal Training Htalile, aud am prepared to break IAIXISIVVOS A VIXVISXA'K aud train horw-- either 10 sad He or trot, and say to the people of Lincoln and adjolnlug counties It you have a horse that you w.iu broke, trained or Through llckst and baggAge checked In auy sold, and will bring it to we, I will guarantee destination reached by rallroal. you will do my bast with your slock For full tHirtlculars, call on any agent of the have a horse you want rold, bring It to me, as we tomany,or have the seooud bust market In the Jtte. a l . it. MtMUiK, u. A.t l.Ki.ttr, SM-t- f (leli.l'sM. Agent, S.tStVKI. JUIISNOX. Trav. Pass. Agent, Oivlngtnn. Kv liilniton, Ky II K. III'NTIKUTON, lcelver. LOUIS SCII LEU Els, UBtrea, Cuvtugton.ICy. Ueneral 1, s TRAINING STABLE! MTKICLIXU ATINr.H. 21 OLA.HSICJ mi.NICIA.VN. 10 IIICIIMd.ll). KKUft'KY. louitviut Ntw tHMl.UKiri.lX.S. SKXSVriDX.il, AUTINTN. Nl)Ii:itU VOCALISTS. S Photographs in all ttyles and sizoi. (V Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. Newdeilgnsln Prices. i.' Aum Chicago R- t- LilRR'SMILITARHBAND. PKTKIISD.VS O KCII BVriK 4. Kraaes ant Mit:t very (iOI-ly- low . ANEW FAST MAIL LV1,HII HUTU tiik 1 laOXDox Till Pit en I ITU. 8tjlcU the lliinua Frog. NKxrirrri:. 1 KOTICJB. To tho Citisson of Linooln County: Having recently eoiilpiwl a'.fiie Ibiller Mill In I.Ol'ISViM.i: tV OI.VfJI.WATI lo travsler Dally, secure ZELLA, TIIE GROTESQUE, JOSEPH A. KELLEY, The Miuliai Ktneior. The Matter tonjuUl. CHARLES H. KING, TH0RNE, The Wonderful Equlutionist, Our hiiroati ItUoMat!oii, THE OCCIDENTAL QUARTETTE. Kterjtlilnjc new. Not Ad, ure, ttrlghi aailCeaa. an oM anil Hong or Feat 3 thetownnl HtsufJrl trst wj dely auy Mill to (it the eual inqusllty of Diur, we think prIJe cltU-M- i to e tliecounti shuld have rmnly We wish ougb In- Kver altempteit between the (feU coiniiierrlal to patron lie and sustain the itras the tllils III ve. and i Ittriiim. and hence form whom It may concern thst we aro In the hum ciilor the Isstnit time trains Im trarkct to buy your wheat and corn and will al- I ween all points and IbeMitnfi, or able the Went in to ways give the highest tutrket prlTi lur hiss. We rheivuule-.ar- t ofthls tialn meal and Xovtlitrrtit ava added some new machinery to onr corn is department aud osnnow uiske tun I to salt any on all trui'k linr Thedenotntntrl Tif l.ltiHt' v suixrn rontn st.k we It cannot b eitisll by any other Mill In rtt IXriimm. fierson alvia pstfons I'tillmltril Conttnt. a tritl 10 our dour and We solbit this vicinity (ttflees ill Ihe Month STAI all (uHin liekei All having grain In our Hue utoal department. you wi Mud our Hum table ami tickets, ay tlO' lor sale will pletse call at Mill, where our sg-can Im round at all tltnM, who will glva the best lion, gel ,'furiuri and sink to .rfdiioil, If prloa lor same. Kraud aud ship stuff always In you wanttosAVe ruetisy andI.have a imui lour-neO .totk. II'. .V. POTIH. Mii.V , Oeneisl PasseMrer Agent. Cnieaga, f'l-liwem-..inl y. 2.H-t- THE HOST HUPID SERVICE f Mtantoril Holier Mill Co. (JranJ Mu-lc- Concorl I'armlr at r. tf. I . ("lly Ticket Agent and Oftltvrv i:. A. tin Ave.. Uiuisvllle, Ky. SI. loaasNCK. iti V. tie St., Cincinnati, O in 18SS. Florence Washing Machine. ll the Florence I have bought Ihe right to Washing Msrolne and atu now prepareil to famish all who may wish lo save their clothes fmvi the tubbing and tearing incident to the old process ol washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you stout buying unless you are fully satisfied as lo Ha merits. The undersigned, having purchased the Florence Washing Machine, ami alter a tborougti trial, we take pleasure In adding our testimony as to Its worth, and without hesitation pronuince It a suc-- c In every particular, doing all that Is claimed for it. Win Paugherty, J. W. Wallace. I)r. Ikjurns. hlne, Kill Perslns l.ewlt Mr. b. P Halter, A. C 1. I. Hawton, C Vannuy, Duddorar, J. K. Lynn, Heorgn Peyton. Alx Hobs-laMrs. Amanda Pesk, C C Fleldi, Alh t Ctm(sn,Hlm lUlnea, It, K. Harrow, A. M. Feland and manr others Harper's Weekly ! IllctMtritttil. Uarper'i Wrctlr liat a wull ritatilUbeil plant niwiixr Iu Auitrlca The (alrnrriol In wtiinrUI comment on current poll Ilea hure earupil for It the reaped and confidence of all Impartial remlm, anil mw rarieir mil excellence ol lt literary coulenu, which Include aerial by ihe Utt and mont pipular ami bert Morl writer, fit it for Ihe p ruuluf people of the wldot 4i'pleincnt are ranite of Imtin and puriulta prnrlded, and no ninw it ipared 10 I r.nit the hisheat nt artMIc ability to bear order of uron the Illustration of the cbaxdiit pba home and roreun ulitorr in all ita lealurea liar-rr- 'f Weekly la admirably adapted tobeawel-couetcue- il luerery houomold. Ibe Iradlnx lilumraiel L. & N. Louisville & iu " Nashville R. R. oaaaT TUKOUCIII TRUNK LLVE TO TIIK SOUTH & WEST WITH it. ' KI.KIS, Headquarter at H. t. Myers' store. Pullman Palace Sleepers. IswnlHVilln Ilarp. r'a Weekly f ( CO 4 00 . llarper'a Magialue 4 (M .. Harper'a Hatar Harper's Young People.. i 00 PoaUy.e free to all mibiicrlberi in the United Stale, Canada or Mexico The Volumes ol the Weekly beg'n with the Drat number fur Jauuaryol each year. When no time I nnllond, iMcrlptloc will bein with the Number currcm at Ibe time of receipt of order. Hound Volutin ol Harper'a Weekly, for three ycer bark, In nt tcotli Mtidlnz, will he nt by null. pottaK l'l' orbyexpre, fieo ol mtwnw (proTlded thelreUht doea not txcetd one dollar per volunin) log will be rent by wull, each. Harper's Periodicals, VaaH. G AITTEE' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s to Nitwit, lllc, Atlaiiiii, .Mcktpltl", MwiilKoiiKtry, Molillu hikI .n I.IUlu ICotk, Orlt'UiiN. Only one change to points In Arkansas aud Texas. EMIGRANTS Peeking homes on the line of this road will racslvt special ralea. Vsrtee Agents of tbl Company lor rates, routs ir 7 ir Tol'ime. Clolhcame fur each Tolume, S V iipilJ.ou suitable for bind receipt ol It ,U.,nr wrlle Itemttta ncs ibnuld In mid by postolHcu money order or draft to arold chstice 011141 Newspapers rnut o cup this adrertlsnment without the cxpre s orJer ol Harper A firolber. Address HAKl'KIt h IIUUrilKUS. New York. C. P. r.MHKK, (J. Uulsvllle, Ky I'.aT.A, j 1HSS. XoH(irt Nimti ii Vallny Co. Harper's Magaxiiie IHiiNlra(l ! uu-n- I CHESAPEAKE & Thousands Pullman CitrN OHIO 1 or dollars worth of Ilartiet's Matnzlno is an oricao ol iiroiresiire thought and uioTeinent In every department of chickens die every year front Cholu 11 win contain, lllc. iKsidei otrer attractions thecnnilni ytar i porlant arllo'is, superbly era. It is more fatal to chickens than lllu'trntid, on UiHllr'Rl Wist; articlca on A tiler all other diseases combined. Hut the Illustrated Iciiiui d lurrlKtl Indtiitrr; uf ei on Hrotlsnd Norway riwllxerlanil, Ahlrs, discovery of a remedy that positivdy enu Ihe Weal Indler; new noTels by William III ck and W II Howell; ni'Telle'lee, each complete In cures it has been made, and to be cona single number by llinry Janus, Ijlciillo Ileum, vinced of its efficacy only requires a and Amelle ftlret; short lorl by Mis Wools in and other iopiilar wrltets; and illustrated paier trial. A socents bottle is enough for nfsptKlal artistic and lltmary Intcte!. The hi It is guarl)eparlmentaareconduciel by fleorgn William one hundred chickens. s rurtls, William Utn llowel a and CUarioa DuJIey anteed. If, after using of ltd-ritwo-third- iiutl Nolld TraiiiH nnd To WaahinRton, Itiolimontl Old l'oint Comfort BAST To Louinvillo and Cinoinnuti, Conmctlon dlroct for all WEST 13, '87. plnla Iu tho Watuer. a bottle, the I'KK YKSB. buyer is not thoroughly W8St,North.WestSouth-Wes- t IM HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Harpvr'K MaKazltm tt Harper'a Weekly Hauler's Bazar Har.er'i Youtitf I'eoplo Postage frio to all subscribers in the United Malta, Canada or Mexico. 00 4 00 4 00 2 00 satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. For sale liv Mcltoberls .1 BflTKCTHOV. Dally. Arr Islington. - No. 4 Kx. Hun. Noi Dally Htagg, Htsnlord, Ky. I.ve 7 00 p'.n 6 80 a m j'lO 85 p m II 50 a m 0 10 a m ivntioruinnur oiirings,..' " CharlotlavilletV M Junctll (1 10 11 m II 40 a m " Klchmond U 00 p in 4 JO p IU newpori iu M a in 6 35 p m Old Point Comfort.. 11 00 a m 7 00 p in " Norfolk II 41am 7 40 p iu " Washington 0 40 pin 8 38 n in " Haltlniiire 11 U pui II Vft pm 11 Phlladelphlrt 3 00 a ru n uu n in "Now Vork 6 20ani ! 20 a n. Inulvlll The Tolumta of the Ma2atlno liegin wl'h the Numbers lor June and p.reuiher ol each year. When no time Is speclfiid. subtcrlptions will begin with the number current at tuu llmoof rtcelplof onler. hound Tolumca of Harper's Magszlne, for three years bark, In neat cloth binding, will be sent by on receipt ol ft per Tolume. Cloth wall p I tut, fur binding, 60 cents ea m, by mall postpaid, Index to Harper's Majatine, alphabetical analytical aud cUMlti-- l, fir Toliuaes I to 70 Inclusive from June, 1850 to Juue, I8S, tno volume, 8 to, cloth, SI. monlU'inlt lunces should ba made by ey older or dralt, to avoid chance ol loss. Newspapers aru nut to copy this advertisement witnout the express order ol Harper Brothers. idurtfs IIAItl'KU A HUO I'HKKd, New York. noat-olH- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BUBNSIDE, - Propr This, Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Reputation, AND nfi. s Its Proprietor is Determined that It Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of ITor Male or Iiease ! their Quests Central Hotel, Williamsburg, Ky. This Hotel la a very desirable piece ol property and will tie loldcbesp and ou easy terms, If sold at ouce. For particulars call at Hotel or ou () II. I llHtrls, WiillaiustittrK, Kv., Jr N. A. Itlcbardson, ' 7o9 W. Chestnut at., Louisville, Ky. (281-4t BasjKsge will be conveyed to and frnsn the i free or charge. Special eromnodatlon lo Commercial Traveler. The Her will always tipplled with tne choicest brand or Llqaori and Cigars. o. 11, dalley ex. I 45 u in; Mt. g 00111) arrive Lexington 8 83 a m; arrive at Cincinnati vl Winchester 11 83 a in. M...i-..- .i Nn l!t. dallv ftfp.nl Miin.t., , lAM.A viiiciilimil -- U....H 2 0upm; lxlngton 6 85 p inj arrive Ml. Hterllng ' 7 IS P uv.Ollve Hill 9 W p m u. u.uauj, leava viinon forge at 7 ou a m: Cbarleaou 13 SO p in; arilvo Ash and 8 40 p m fpolutubus. II 17 pm No. (J, dally, leave Ashlard 7 10 a mj arilve at Charleston 11 21 am; Clllion Porgo 7 30 n ui Pullman Bleeping Cara on all through trains. f Jlil lininlnlnn Hfr.mViln tnu.. kv.iu ... i Weilnesday. Thursday and Batur-da- y atc.'.to i. u lor New York etc., apply al ofllce or address Ticket."i."1"1'11?1 iniormation, W. C. WKJKIIAM, II.W FIII.I.KH. Itecefver. Oen'l I'ass'r Agt. THAINH:-N- cept Hunday, leave Ollvn Hill 7 .,.. time. ADDITIONAL Ixizlngtou Division Trains run by Centrtl Una, Main Line Tralnseast ol Huntington rim by Kat-er- n time, which is one hour faster than Centra 8lor-lin- ,.,. "!' ItT' J f 1 I -- ii Hi,ssm w ntvav.si 1" ' v SK '' '' ' ' ; ' n i',nii."'),iii'i'1 "' ' ' "''" '1 ' ' J a ii t -- .. ' y ' 1 '''""'l'w''''l')'silssijitsSsAlsit.iiTrjMiaittj &lL