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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888030901 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-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. COD Interior Journal. STANFORD, K.Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1888. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. NO. 8. i.lOK J IS LOVE AND NOTHINC ELSE. Itmbs arc selling for June delivery always he eartlily hile next Mouilay'd). V.) and we can at 4 cts. ITJAlcllO T1IIC UUllli. ' home to UK, more than other jilneen, junt pick up our hulk of hat'u'ae iipiin O. W. Payne killed a large wildcat wo weru Intra ami hroiij,'ht uji route. near town .Monday. . NAKXIiS l.KTTKU KIIOM UKOllUK ICxipiisite wenther, so far, hut it is mere. Denny it Hethiirum sold a car of Surely the I.OItl) sent us to this little clouding up this i m. and the wind hogs last week at 4J cts. ClII'STV, Al.. 1 place. Otherwise I should feel a blows fitfully, as if half milking up its I'l ll StTIO.V, SlUITKIt John Melvin, of l.ily, has removed M Alien 1, 1WH. J A. U.S. It. It. tion of the fantastic in our present loca- mind to bring upon us again. to his former home, Hrodhead. Dkau Istkhioic "A1V eritieiMiui are tion.' I Mippose if the earth weresifted gardening vigorously. .Men out -- David Weaver, of Louisville, forjiiM. "1'iiitlifttl are the wounds of a just such a state of itlliiirs could hardly in shirt sleeves, .hist outside our conmerly of this county, is visiting friends in writ- he found in frieiul." I will mi'iiil my way any other community. A tracted "city limits" run two creeks, UK) ing, a you will lo in printing. What a year or two ago, when Orthodoxy dead yards apart, side by side, and joining here. 18 to U:J trains p'r day have reformed lot we will he, all round! Quite as tlie average, and as respectable was curicnts not far below. Iletween these been running on this division duriugthe meinherrt of "police" society, as you made rolling on its wonted course, there came two streams there grow, in the rich botme, idiotieally, remark in the very letter mi irruption. A teacher of "Holiness" tom, magnolia trees, which for number week. J. J. Williams it Son have opened .... ,.,. ,,.., ,. . , lllIlllll, !f, .i,,, and piodigioiis size have not elsewhere swecm ror which III question, up their old and resumed give y,M) and proofreader ami edito- r- ,.,,, W(jn fVer (y lhi u,w seen equalled. A forest of amazing beauthe mercantile business. apology; )l(K.trllu.i .,,. all in advance of any possible m.1!ulll , oi;.r ., fl.HMlI ty to behold. An epidemic ofsingingschoolsseems restful . I feel, in view of that )(M)r ((f lll,,ivi,w1,.0 fmm mi We are most kindly entertained by lf ,limwlnilll future Arnulia, where all our kimhI nw ,if)l f uwn (.iri,,iallity, ()tlu.r u...,,. Dr. Ward and his amiable wife, whoe to have broken out inthiscounty. The re are eight or ten in progress. IntioiiHto.lobetteraretobeputin prat- . ,,1K.trllu. hearty hor.pitality made us feel "at home" rImvilll ,, t,(, ,.,. I.iwreiice Iliatt, who has a pack of '1"" ' I am dreaming, tice. If in an hour. liver in Jesus, incnidieable root, and then the good hounds, has chased and captured me. For none but those who ll(iriwt, ,,,pherds of the little Hocks Ui:o. O. eight fpxes during the last two months. ,,,, pear oft in print cm tell the torture o M fM hi yai ,( hUii Fred Hart ami It. M. Johnston, of ool neap audi LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. posing before the public in ,,.,. fllWl,w )(f Wwk,v tlu. (looi, C'oiiwav, this county, have purchased an "f bearing lielK ,,lM ,ardlv come to open war with Your issue due here on Friday made incubator and are going into the poultry spelled wonlsjiuiposible punctuation and thw wh ' milwllllt,ay wllt out to reach us on Saturday. Something business on a large scale. ii.Kine sentences. Wir genenil uiiiIoimw L, f()iin(or ilu.tlIl.lteil ,,, cu,rv is mightly out of joint with the mails. .Mr. John Hiown, father of Dr. J. J. . ;. meiilnf my clmracter for cornrtness, vomm, ((f hu ,0 ,, Flder Thomas was unable to till his llrown, died Saturday of old age. The will, however, ..ilte set me up with your ' .,. wm. ,mt ,llUllli , ,,v ,,,,,,.,,,, pulpit on Sunday morning, being called burial took place Sunday at the old famreaders; and as tally is the order of the (,;,(.tril, ( u. to the Diuiuville neighborhood to marry ily tive miles west of is .. day, wil s..y for you that your paper ,- ,, (f lhu a couple. He however preached at U town. i.i.h!,. of correctness, as compared with a ..,,,. , ,,.,,.,.,,...,, wereevem-th- e o'clock and at night. -- The store of Davis it White was buravemge ii.whi.iht, and when I ...,.,,,.,, flir ,,.,., i,,,,,,., ,,,.. contractors have been in glarized a few nights since. Kntrance ' ". " onfre-- j ...... , .," ..,..., hae known what otnors i my i i;n iiu-- Mien imvv; nun twiiiiiii'n our town several days, who have tlieir was gained by a back window, which res have snllered at the hands of your they are until they will abjure eye on the building of the new court- w.is prieil with an axe. Only a few arconfreres, why, I am thankful to have "holiness meetings." This they natuhouse. The county court meets in a ticles were missed by the proprietors. fallen into the hands of so clean a sheet rally decline doing, as they got the inoM full mint to open bids, le. Misi I'ollie Owens, of Altamont, was I am indeed. I VTKiiion .Joiuv vi.. as th ' of the best religion they have, at tho-- e We are glad to know that Mr. James visiting at the Xewcomh Hotel this week. Hut excellent us the I. J. Is, you must proscribed gatherings. And thus, the Hcldci and wife have become citizens of !. ('. .Miller, Jr., has returned to Ausstill allow mo a preference for my Hiiii.k; tiirltti.r tittitiil.1 . . in w.ri17......... 'I'lm ikiwi.tl.t ..'I... I...II. our county. He is a sou of Judge Hel- - tin, Texas. J. il. White, of Souoni, is III. Ill . , nud when you, inadvertently, in your : the two churches of the place, in largest den, of Lebanon. They havelocated onj night operator at Livingston, instead of of Feb. 'JMh print that sacred word part, cnu't worship in issue the houses their the farm that was once owned, by his James Clifford, who is working days. in plain brevier, without an initial enpi money erected. "A hard ca"," you say. grandfather Kd wards. Mis Virgin Iteppert has returned from a :.. i t.. ii i ...i , llll-- l lMl.lHiMi.M.i.. !il,l,,L-- , t,i, Until,.. ...1,,..,.. A Mr. Uilpiii and Miss Henderson, vUit to Casey county. -, w II agree me with am sure you cap,.u wliHjt n of this county, were united in marriage that the (s,,ras is a little startling, not , l,rtrni!jllIv MT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. m m in the parlor of the Cotiey iv Fierce ho to s,,y,rrever,M.t; and you will allow me for 1(1(( n futi ouv on Thursday, the ceremony being tel Winter having broke up the farmers just this one urtn- criticism before I y performed by Flder W. r Thomas, of with tlieir grubbing hoes are making war . al ..ge.ber; ust to c ear "let up .i you , (( m the Christian church. on the sasafnis patches. my evanlistic skirts of th s Hceming r Hut nftiir n We are glad to see .Mr. Chaile.v. Xa-- j There have been a few wiles of hay ind.gnlty to the bear "Hook of a b.M.ks xhw uml ,, S(m.. pier liaving one of his old business lions-- in this vicinity at SI per hundred and . till I A tru.v then to t .is whole subject, )(f n U , es repaired, which, when completed, corn is wanted at $.l..0 per barrel . . , . . . , , am tempted to "slop over again. much to us that all of V, will have to ge a very i.i.h .;ni . ,n ,js u , ,. , , ,,Iv if(. will addour town. the appearance of that themOur cattle men tellmore or less, acIt is to he hopid that have lost money, pirt of tlnd.ng ,t apand "hs.k sharp before ,,.,,,., tluMVav UtUwlvilx Ihw. others will go and do likewise. cording to tlie amount invested. We our present home. "Home w t ut.,.., ,,,,, ..,uri,llj: out f lt. Our voting 'townsman, Oscar (Jibo- should think so when hay is worth so i. ...... you know, woereour !..... iihiik iuiik ...,m., H(.,.nitM, at one time, almost n,.y t.ft for Texas vestenlav. We learn much per cwt. and cattle are quoted at trunk sit. nut you win iook upump equivalent to shutting the pearly gates ,ial nj., father and familv will follow in next to nothing. . ter coninty Alabama J.M Last o Men W, nope that tlie move in in- K.imi this! i, f,w ,iavs. ... , John Sherman would lose wind weie ian .ro,s heMlss,sslppl indignity. In vain! Ortlnsloxy was in wi nwlIit i ...ccess.o Oscar, as he is a he to come here to address our people, . Ml til' !, 1I1IIVthe saddle; the lance was in rest; the young man who left many friends for as a woman cannot throw stones, not run over us in tlie dark, without Mis- were plunging, rowel deep, into 'hind wlio wish him well, being made that way, even so we are you will Ihnl us the Hanks of the pecting our presence, and woe to! KM. Thomas private school for proof against going after strange gods. strung along that railroad track about all who stood in the way. well and Hurrah for Frankie! vounir teachers is LHHI anls from "eend to eend;" and dotThe situation unique. Nearly all is attended by a nice set of young men, During a political discussion at the ting irregularly the cleared spaces in the the "berry fust" Christians of xv. ,.lvt. organized a debating club that store of W. T. Hichards it Co., the other all told. Six of Cuba anrear, ulioiit '() hoii-e- s turned out of the church! meets once a week in the day one of our piod old farmer remark- them are store; two are churches, Meth-odIt remains to be seen what elfcct the which is proving of great interest. Our ed that it was a sin for politicians to and Haptist; a few serve for shops oil of llro. liar ii gospel will have on ,a.ul meets with them often to enliven build castles in tlie air like Mr. W. 0. of various handicraft, and the rest ate these troubled waters of contention. Wo Hnullev. esiieehillv when the iiwtitn- the occasion with deliiditful iniisie. dwelling houes. .... i.mtlt ........ of Casev rl'l... ' " Ii.iiimIiiI tur til. In.! mill ,,,,.,1 iirii " iuiiiii v tion like we lineal .vi coor. nje, ien- . letters ,i., .net in a full couit under the call of tuckv, are aheadv fill . L ,.,.. , for MabiiiimlirwitSoutlK.nl, i. and :,.. ... ; ..... .;;.. la.uv.s, ........ , jihik,-- , ... -i imui' wueos, a promiuciii ,..,..1.-- ,. . ...H ..f il."ini....ii o.d (V,- -. liii..riM(in. ."". ' reler mole to it iiimniin-- ' order to open bids for building the new railmad agent of Jacksonville, .Mo., and i: i..i .i.. ... ..... i v uiiii'in .!.. line, .oiiiiiigiiuy in.ci in con and after opening all that a particular friend of ours, was visiting . . Mill' l.ii.litiiliu. l.Yiin,s. ' that halts at tnau to .. rwil. age. .... " i " i ., ....... .......... lis ineie is uotniug had been tiled with the committee the at Mr. i. S. McKinnev's this week. He , . .i ouiiiiru p.ous o.iwii.i uiiii.ui 'iimcient in Cuba, really, seeing the whole eontract was awarded to Milium, and left quite a number of newlv made . . . lfliMin inuw I lilt Itilttf'llllf II.ImI i.tt i"""-'.in " . " ' l"'Hielltini origin. Hut our MiCoy at SIS, KM), it being the lowest ' friends considering his short stav liere . VUw' . ... .,...,..,.-,,.,...i. t. i, ..1. hi i. Ifli uiiiil. ft i(aliri.iL.' i.M.I hoinelv is crainineil iiilmHIv , ..I an I nit tie. Hint westartwt up the They are said to be experienced When a young man gets that far from roar ,. i .........i.. interested audience. i...:u.. "...i .. ;u his regular beat there is always a lady in ,, Momlav tlie case. ltit night as if the train were dashing NiM if M,iiU knmy tlK,ir far ,,,., M mrnnmv nnm ()M through the house, en route U''11 ter than the an n.ge Christian, and son.e th, ...publican ,lf tWv mnM. t K..I.I.. u.......l I., lnif .ill iiu ..fi.lk li l.lpl. HUBBLE. .. ..1,,..,, i iiuu r,.. v.i ... ...... " iiiruiiiu am s uniiiir ..... ;.. ...... ...... !.... ..i i... ....... . i. ....... ;.. I think it docs by some hours. Some r...i... t I.... ...1.. C......1 .... i:. ....... Some of our boys are candidates for llll.llVIIll lllllt llllll lllll'll .1111.. to the notice of F, 1. how, thi clatteiing, rushing train is where the feeling was so strong upon puisiiance the chairman of the coiintv com- - matrimony, but they are down on bangs, il. llcrent from all the rest that jmiss. Do me that must have everything I say inittee, for the purpose of nominating a so they say. j on know why '.' It has, not ver long! iuipregiiably fortiilcd itli Sciiptuie, if i candidate for sherilf. The convention Joel Walker sold to John Wood a and Dauvillu want it believed. This much the "HoIk fore, seen Somerset, was called together by Mr. Coinbcst and beef cow forSl". J. C. Fubanks it Hro. Junction, and Danville, and Lexington, liness" teachers have done they have Col. Silas Adams was made permanent sold to J. D. Miller a horse for $107. Will not that account s.'t the iieonle to ivudiiiv their llihles. nn Ueorgctown. Jack Yeaky sold to one of our chairman and J. K. llull'inan secretary.! f.rit' This begrimed and dinty stiing Wl. ,,.,-- Ml,ri,Uall in the gmv dawn of stating the object of the meeting chants II ganders that were exactly hi of cars has come st might fiom the "Old Mn,v niorniie.'. Suudav' senices Ueorge Drye. Jr., sou of Col. James U. years old. His wife owned them before Kentucky Home" and seenw to shout a U(.. u;illlirkable evei v wav.' I wa t Drye, of Lhicoln, was unanimously elect-- 1 they were married, hut alas! they aie no 'j.owerof the ed to become the candidate of the party nioie. iwrscs: "Saw your folks yesterday; all inMll it, tu. H,l,i Hro. Tracy, of Danville, gave us a well; want to Kl. you again; nil time to tr(th in . hl.arlh )lf IIIV n.iUvv for sheriff. The meeting was harmoni- capital lcctiue Sunday. The cream of stop now, goon nigiu: aim away i'-,,mn itvvr t (1(, closing service and it a evident from an expres his discourse was given out in the apgo How n tlie long siraigni isia leaving r,ir, ,; ,ls ... .. ..,,:,. .1... sion of the members of the convention propriate remarks lie made about "long Meridian; where the iron horse stops a iK.iit.vt. that eaith and hell coin- - that thev intend to go' in to win. Mr. cut and dried sanctimonious prayers" few minutes to iccover oreain, oeioieuis 1jui, (..m ut t,u piva(.h. Drye is a business young man, full of rilliiriwi in iiriivir m.i'tiitrs. final race into the Crescent City at one ed in Meridian. It i dearer than life to energy and has always been a true, unHt retch. Anything can be sold for goods heremany, who ;i0 days ago knew nothing of flinching Iicpublican and he is a hustler Tlie "Through Freights" are a friendly from a shingle to n "cow rinc." People from awav back. looking lot, too, and very suggestive. it. have gone to work in hard earnest here, At night we preached to the children On the banged and battered sides -- blue, wi" ,'- " W demand for of Israel a second time, by request. The young Indies of Urcensburg, ""' " led, white, brown and yellow they bear Again tobacco hand, it will be a year of pro- the great opera house was tilled, Pa., are organizing a France Cleveland in staring capital the names of railroads and again for long over an hour the Marching Club for the purpose of taking perity to the laboring class of people. far away, yet "familiar as household LOUD gave a message that held the vast an active part in the coming Presiden- Any hand found idle this year who words;" ami they too are audience quiet and at times intensely at- tial election. They will be handsomely claims to want to work ought to bo imwanderer from the countries we shall ever Praise tlie I.OItl) uniformed and will each wear a white i mediately sold into hard labor. tentive. and seem to greet us as they go by, A young man in this vicinity recentfor this "second benefit." It clinched silk badge witli a picture of Mrs. Clevewith a grulf salutation: "Hello! what ly went calling, ami on account of being upon it. the nail driven tho Sunday before. land engraved tiro you doing away down here? A long late, was much fatigued, and to show hu A great tiro broke out just after meetways from home, ain't we? When you had made an earnest effort, informed The Most Agreeable hotel in town largest goin' hack?" And then as the locomo- ing closed. The As wall m tho most otloctivo method tlie young lady in these word: "I uni to the ground. The most awfultive, wheel Up over the track in the at- burned tire I oversaw. It wa mid- of dispelling Headaches, Colds, and Fevers, being deprived of saline and oleageuous tempt to start the. great train, and tho ly beautiful night before we got to bed. At DIM) a. or Cleansing the Systom, is by taking fluid of my material substance through bteam escape about MX) puir a minute, came tho baggage wagon; at 4 came a fo w dose of the pleasant California liquid the excretories of the pellucid cuticlo by till its regular, slow cough set in witli i. a sensible condensation of moist tin; upthe hack for us. Wo waited one hour fruit rotnody, Syrup of Figs. the "click, click," all down the. long line, on tho superficial exterior," being equivFor sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. for our train. Imagine that, after a trythat tell that tho mighty Samson i equal alent to "I am sweating." LOUD kept u Hut the dear to it great tn.sk, and tho line of blue, ing day. Syrup of Fig at Cuba, my women folk red, white, brown and yellow i begin- up. Arrived Lives of great men all remind us that Is Nature's own true laxatire. It is tbe to sleep an hour wo cannot do more, wo can tell our ning to move again, they too glide slow- promptly dropped most effective if breakfast. Ate, then nlept again; most easily taken, and the neighbors how Ganter's chicken choleni ly down the western vista, grinding out remedy known to Cleanse tho System witli their pondcrou inainnm and Marie till dinner; (Jeorge cure restored our chickens, that wero a grim adieu supper; I waiting when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Headwheel: "Ta ta see you again; take care .straight through tilltho night meeting. aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Curo Habit- sick enough to die, to perfect health and my chance till after if it fail your money will he refund of yourself." Then, with a loud, quick ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. that I can't mako up night losses by day, af.'t ed by Mcltohcrtrt & Stugg. and labored breathing of tlie great enfashion, being an old fogy, with Manufactured only by the California Fig gine, thoy soon vanish behind tlie hank ter this Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. William Vanderbilt's certain hours for everything. of green pities, bearing tho weighty cook has arrived from Pari. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. Wo left most of our baggage in Mcrid- farther South. iih of what iitUNt j pltrims ami Htrnnnvrts interpret ian, iiriiipiif; two trunk only out here. tlupaHin traiiw, that pleasantly re- - We have about eoneliuied to jrn to Sonic1 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. TI mi'I'-MATsT- , .Mo-inii- nl -- ,.... ; .. 1 store-hous- e j SUHGKON DENTIST, l.itvc In tlie world lor cuts, limine, The STANroRD, KtNTUCKV. Mirc, ulceri, .ilt tlicum, fever ori;, teller, ch.ip-pui- l ll.inln, clilllil.ilns, enrnt J ml all akin crop-tio- O Tire south tide M vin, two doors above Depot St. ami hmIiI fly cure piles, nr no p.iy required It Is guaranteed to iihc perfect n.itist.ic-tioor tiiiney refunded Price 3$ ccnti per liox. I'or :ilcby A K Penny, St.inford, Ky m m MT. VERNON, KY. Is Consumption Incurable!? Head the fii'lowlng: Mr C It Morris, New-arand This Hotel is still maintainArk, nays. "Was down with Aliscess of ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spethe I.unM, and friends and physicians pronounccial attention to the traveling public. ed me me an incur.itilc consumptive lle.in tak.vt. P. NEWCOMII, Prop, ing I)r Kin);' New Discovery for Consumption, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Si tf am now on my third bottle and able to ovtrsee the work on my farm It Ik the finest medicine ever made" Jcsm; Middleware Decatur, Ohio, nays; "Had It not been for Dr Kind's New Discovery f for Coniumption I would have died of I.un LONDON, KENTUCKY, Troubles. Wan Riven up b) doctor. Am now CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. in the hist of health '' Sample bottles free at A II Penny's drug store n lct NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. JACKSON HOUSE. phu-i.ll- I'l' . tk ,,. nil-wa- Ikx. '; - . ,, m-is- ,,,,,,,. to-da- ,,,. " v ,,, -- ,.. . ,, burial-groun- Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Pare and Reasonable Prices. Day and nijjht known and so Trains arc met by Polite l'orlcri,' of this Popular popuIarastoncednospeci.il mention All who House. f. hav e used Klcctric Hitters stntf the same mih of praise A purer medicine dues not cist and it is S. O. DAVIS guaranteed to do nil that isjclalmcd Klcctric Hitters will cure all diseases of the t.lver and Kid AND SURGEON, neys, will remove Pimples, Hnils, Salt Itlicum and PHYSICIAN other affections caused by Impure blood. Will MT. ViCRNOX.KV. drive Malaria from the xjstcm and prevent as well as cure all Malarial Kevrrs. I'"or cure of Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klcctric Hitlers Kntire natisfaction gatirantecd or Special attention jiven to diseases of children. money refunded Price 5or and $1 per bottle at A It Pennv's drugstore Electric Bitters. First-clas- s This remedy is bccimilnK!solwcll 307-t- ,.,.. FOB SAIiEL House and 25 Acres L.and HAMSEV'S MEAT SHOP. WOOD WALLACE, WE GESTS' FURMSHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. . to-da- y -- The fashions of the diy in the Gents' Furnish, Two miles South of Stanlord on Neat's Creek. ingline will always be found in my store. I am Address me al Carlisle, Ky W, CHAIG agent for the Indianapolis Steim Laundry, the best Laundry in .the world. ..-- . - 111 EXPARTE NOTICE. , Itlll-tl-ll- . l, , . . ,,. - I 1 Vi,.m . ,,,, 1 I laving bought I. M I.aylcy's scales and blocks Lincoln Circuit Court and rented the cellar he occupied, I ss ill move I). there for the prise lit with my meat Heme.nbcr SCIOTA .V ADAMS, ) On petition. . I the pi ice, under VanArsdale store room I W. ADAMS, W K HAMSKY The petitioners having this day filed their petition In the clerk's office of said court, asking that said Sciota D. Adams be empowered to use, enjoy, W II HIOCINS, SRC A SINT., St HT sell and convey for her own benefit any property she may own or acquire, free from the debts or STANFORD cl lims or her husband, to make contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, trade in her own name and dispose or her property by will or deed. It is now ordered that notice ot said action be published in the Intkkiok Journal, a newspaper Manufacturers of published in Stanford, Kentucky, for ten d.tjs the next term of this court. Flooring, Woathorboardlng, Celling, Given under mv hand as of Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, court, 1'cbruarv jj, 1SS8. clerk the aforesaid J P. IIA I LEY, Clerk. BUnda always Etc. Sash. Doors nnd C PLSRISG MILL COMPEKY e In stock. -, EXPARTE NOTICE. I I I - MISS Hotol - .' I ,,,,. fmv-,KW- .,, STKPIUiN VANDKRPOOL, POROHASINO AGENT, X MARY C. VANDKRPOOL, Emory, - - - Cincinnati, O. HARRISON, Lincoln Circuit Court. ) J On ) Petition. he-spu- rs war-hors- oroi-ressin- '' Would thankfully solicit J our patronage in pur- chasing for people outside of the city, in any Iline of good,viz Drv Goods, .. Millinery, Notions of . . .11 .111 II... I. iviihis. in inline .inn1.v,ir)lis Wedding Outfits .ml Mourning Goods a specialty I also "chaperon" Ladies visiting Cincinnati sliopplng or Ilcst references given Charges reasonable Telephone 5; 1 sight-seein- gilt-edg- e - couit-hoiis- ! e, .... . I t' j LOST! Certllii ate of stock in the Farmers National Hank of Stanford, dated April ). i33j, for 67 shares and payable to Mrs Marah P. Wills has been lost or mislaid, and I hereby warn any per- son or persons against trading for or otherwise ne- collating for the same The tinder will confer favor by leaving it with Dr Owsley, cashier nfthc above named Haul.. W It ARMKN'DT, Owensboro, Ky. n The petitioners having this day filed their in the Clerk's office of said Court, asking that said Mary C. V.nulerpool beempowered to use, enjoy, sell or con icy for her own benefit, any property she may own or acquire, free from the debts or claims of her husband; to make contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, trade in her own name and dispose of htfr property by will or deed. It is now ordered that notice of said action be published in the Interior Journal, a newspaper published in Stanford, Kentucky, for ten days. Given under my hind as Clerk of the aforesaid Court this I'ibriiary t, i88i. J, P. lIAII.r.V, Clerk. j i ,,,,-l'- i - t " . . . -- i .. -- .. ., ,.,,,. I I I ' -i I I I 1 .,..,, . " ,, , .,. ,......,, l,V" I I nn tHftlif tubK.V b SY I Qtitti'l I I J Vllll.l Ul W n li. it. ROUTE 1st PI V S I THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ... stoie-iiHii- n ,.,-,- . ... .... 4111 m ....i ... THE FLORENCE From WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Maehine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to sava their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old pro ess of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'llnutuorr) you about buying unless ou are fully satisfied .1. to its merits. CENTRAL, KENTUCKY Tc all Points I ,,;. FAST LINE BETWEEN Coin-bes- t, I j 1 iner-Aft- er ' , The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and uithn.it hesitation pronounce it a success in every pirlicular, doing all that is claimed for it: Win Daughcrty. J W. Wallace, Dr. lbmrne, Mrs S P Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Duddcrar, J. E. Litn, L. !.. Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs Amanda Peak, George l'cvton, Ale Holt-claC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Harrow, A M. and many others M.F. F.l.KIN. Headquarters at S. S Mjers' store. LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. NOV. No. 4 SCHKDlI.UIN EFFECT No. South-Houn- t3. 1887. 7, No. Fix. 111 6. ' ' y ,. ini-i- ,,,., t(,ii THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST Daily Ex. Sun. I.ve Covington . .! S 30 a m 8 ?5 p Lve Falmouth... .'io oj a m 9 ji p I.vcCynthi-in.. . 11 05 a in 10 14 p . it 40 a m 10 50 p Arr Paris Lexington. Jit jo p ri'ii 30 p Arr Lve Paris ju 50 a in 10 55 p Arr Winchester. a 3j p m,ii 75 p a ui p m Arr Richmond... Sun. 1 to p in in J J3 p m m eourl-hoii- Arr Lancaster.... Arr Stanford Lve Richmond c 10 11 m in' in 6 10 p in, 5 10 p ill 6 o; n ...J 7 20 p ' Jiopra m m in m 30 P in s. .. l Arr llerea Arr Lexington... North-Ilout- 0 00 p m' i 05 p ml 3 JO P I", 5 45 P "I .....'.'.""'."."! '.' w-- z;;: No. 1. No. s. a a a a 10 a co a jo p m tn 111 X6. 5. HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES ' tl"-,r,--, -' S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDI- NG! TO ROOMS. travel-staine- d Lve Lve Arr I.ve I.ve Arr Lve Arr Arr Lve Lve Lve Arr Lve Livingston... a 00 llerea 10 5 Richmond .... ij 43 Stanford .. .. r o Lancaster ... Richmond. ... RfcTTmond... . M in 8 11 1 ml m.,. 8 20 7 35 8 30 8 59 .. TL'RKISII.V RUSSIAN H.VTFIS IN HOTEL. know-best- , 1 PXJBX.IC SALE! ON Winchester Paris Lexlugton ... Paris C)nthiana ... Falmouth.... Covington,,.. m' 0 45 a m J 15 P m 7 35 a " 3 3 Jj co p 3 40 p 4 ob p p 4 51 6 00 p p in m 111 am co p ru p ra 30 p m 35 p in 6 50 p m 3 4 5 a in a in a in in in 10 oj a m m II 35 a in 3 50 TUESDAY, MARCH I3TH, 1888, he-fo- re I ! ! I truah-urcstot- SlO.OOO-a-ye- At East Ilernstadt, Ky., the following described property will be ottered for sale to the highest bid A ilcr. lease on the Mine known as the Queen City Coal Mine, together with all necessary fixtures for operating said Mine, consisting of Tip House Scales, Hot, Screens, Hank Cars, Side 'tracks, Switches. Pumps, Pipes, &c; alio iS Cottage Houses on the Premises of the said Mine; also one Steam Saw Mill and Set of lllacksmith Tools and various other Tools; alto a Stock of Goods, consisting ol the various articles usually kept in a general store. n The above named Mine and Mill are now In and are in good condition, and have been appraised at a value of over $4,0x1. Nearly all the fixtures, except the houses, are movable, and do not revert to lessee at the termination of the lease. The goods will be sold in a lump on sistr days tjine. The leaso and appurtenances, including Steam Mill, Houses, Ac, will be sold together on a credit of 4, 8 and is months time, equal installments. Approved security will be required ol a fiurchaser, and alsothelien retained on the properly of purchase money 1 he above described property has been assigned for the benefit of the creditors of America How. ard and must sell, A rare chance for bargains A. P. SETTLE, Assignee. will be ottered. two-year- s' optr-atio- On theMaysvillc llranch, No, g leaves Paris at 825, am and No. 11, at 530, p 1:1, arriving at Maysville at 10 43, a m, and 740, p m. No. 10 leaves Maysville at 5 55, a m, arriving at Pans at 8 15, a m. No. J leaves Maysville al 1150 sad arrives at Paris at 3 10, p in. These trains are daily except Sunday. No. ij leaves Lexington 8 pm, arrives Paris 8 41, p m. No. 8 leaves Covington 4 jo, p m, arrives Falmouth 6 50, p m. Mo. 7 leaves halmouth 6 co, a m, arriv es Covington 8 00, a m. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAV. NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win-- . Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other trains are daily except Sunday, Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake & Ohio for Ml. Slerliuji, Ashland, Huntington. Charleitan, W. Va, and Eastern cities FAS I LINK -- N'os. 1 and 4 run via Winches, ter. Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, be tween Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent of the Co. D. A. KF.Kt.EV, S. F. II. MORSE, Traveling Pass'g'r Alt., Gcn'l Pass'g'r Agt., Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. H. E. HUNTINOTON, General Manager. 1 General Offices, Covington, Kentucky. 4&. -r . . ..Xi .t..f I ) "1 IP' mi wtf fii?BfrfagWmw apiwyi tVttfXJjkjSBESMt wwfhwSyWi fo .fyfi RUiM4 ' p 4- - i k LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. J. 1J. Snyder wtis arrested at Dennis, Tex., charged with robbing the U. 8. W. It. .Man (Mummy) left Wednesmails. In bis possession won1 found day for Chicago, drafts on New York banks amounting Hon. Thos. S. Broiiston, of Itioh- Stanfohd, Ky., MaIich .i. to $110,575. in Lancaster Wednesday. Kalpli Shaw and ltobert McGarvcy, inond, was I was mistaken about the death of the latter tho son of the preacher, setV. P. WALTON. am tled a personal ditliculty in pri.c ling Mr. Harrison Bay. IU is still, chaff. glad to say, a top o' dirt and getting style at Lexington ami McGanoy was around lively. LEGISALTIVE DOINGS. Bksiii:s being ono of the finest railroad badly used un. Sh"riir Ballev, of Bovle, was in Lan .M. men in the country, Uie Joint Democratic Congressional Tho capitol appropriation suffered) caster Wednesday nigllt after a Garrard .1 H. Smith, of tho Louisville A Nashville, a second defeat in the Senate Wednos- - Campaign Committee organi.ouat ! inn county jury to convict a Boyle county wields a most trenchant pon, as his two ington bv electing Senator Konna chair- ilav. murderer. 11. Thompson, dr., secretary, short letter published in tho Courier-.lournA hill has been introduced to give man; Phil Clay Hunt, the "most popular of tho 1st and I'd concerning women the right to vote in municipal land J. L. Norris, treasurer. drummer on the road, with Curry, I low-- a I ml., tho all'airsof railroads, amply illustrate. there arc At Lawieueebun:. elections. rd k Co., of b'xiiiL'ton, was in Luicas- They give to tho people more informalawyer Davison has presented a living at the age of o I three brothers, who ter seeing his friends on Wednesday. llH closely tion without cost, than the bill for tho benefit of colored school dis- were horn at the same time and together -- Dr. Thomas Hood, a young dentist Irintel pages of the commissioners' they pull the beam at "111 pounds, prettrict No. 1. of Iaincaster, is not only a mechanical which required $1,500 of the State's The bill to prevent the sale of liquor ty healthy triplets, you will say. Bemoney to produce. It is charged, and ap- of any kind on election day passed the gun cast at Pittsburg genius, but is ipiite an aitist also. The parently justly, that the railroad rout House after tedious tlllibustering by a has been taken from the moulds in a ing quite an unobtrusive portion, not man's acmission is totally incompetent for the perfect condition. The government many people know the young vote of LSto.'U. complishments. places they till, yot instead of qualifying Fnglish gove pays $17.",000 for it.The Tho bill to incorporate tho ON STOCK H. Clay Sutton, who i a rival of the themselves for intelligent action and ernment paid $i2,,51000 for one of the Springs and Mistern railway has Baron Munchausen and tho immortal report, they nro lobbying with tho leg- passed both houses and now Gov. Burk-ne- r same sire. was in town Wedislature for more jiower and endeavoring Six tons of dynamite stored in a .losephus Mulliattan, will see if it is loaded or not. nesday. Besides being a ready writer silly hostility usually felt to increase the Brer Anderson, of Garrard, will house near Richmond, I ml., exploded, Mr. Sutton is a born artist. His remarkbv the neonle towanls railroads. Mr. tmd love s labor lost on his bill to pre- killing David Hampton, his horse and able proliciency with a pencil is a wonSmith plainly shows that tho president vent member of the General Assembly dog and tearing things to pieces gener- der. of the commission is not familiar with accepting passes over railroads. The ally. A lady, a quarter of a mile off, Don't fail to see tho elegant machine the business of the town in which he bill makes the acceptance n misdemean- was fatally injured. We have the King of Cano Sod Plows, No. 6 Champion that M. I). Hughes is going to give away lives, which is not flattering to the comThe latest news from Germany was or, punishable by tine in the Franklin to the lucky subscriber of the News who with horn cutter and draft rod. We have tho Silver Steel that canposition of tho board to siy tbe least. to the effect that Ftnporor William would circuit court. holds the winning ticket. Drawing posWe have always contended that the The joint railroad committee voted be dead before it could bo printed. He itively county court day in March. Call not be excelled either for bluo-gras- s sod or stubble. We also have commission was n worthless institution (! to 'J to abolish the railroad commission is Hi' and his son, the Crown Prince, is now and pay your subscription. The and that its pay took so much money in a few ilavs from a combined steel and chilled plow that wo will guarantee to give and reported favorably Senator Triplett's also expected to die machine is on exhibition at the store of out of tho treasury for no equivalent re- bill giving the Attorney General, Audi- cancer of the throat. A- Co. George I). Burdett better satisfaction than any of the all chilled plows. It will pay turn, ami wo are still of the opinion that The democrats of Montgomery countor, Treasurer and Secretary of State tho Bro. Humphrey kindly alludes to the entire repeal of the law would be you to see these plows before buying. We have a good stock of same powers the Commission now exer- ty at a meeting held last week, indorsed me as a nronhet. in the News. I dis. decidedly preferable to increasing the cises, and saves the State about $10,000 a Hon. C. 15. Brooks, of Mt. Sterling, for claim the title. Had I been inspired plow harness at low prices. We have just received a car-loaof power of men incompetent for the busiCongressman from the 10th district to u linn I i year. . i.Vll . . IWIV in ii. r.tiHint litttut In tint , , w ,., - , ness. . IH - .. - A bill has been presented in Con- succeed Mr. Taulhee. What's the mat- Istimmoii Jorit.wi. that Bro. Woodcock, um mcKoryt wagons ai an sizes ana styics, and will nave in a short In speaking of the passage of Gov. gress to prescribe from $500 to $5,000 ter with Pros succeeding himself? would in a subsequent letter tothe News time a large stock of Buggies, Carriages, Carts and Buck Boards Kirk Bradley, out on bail awaiting McCreary's bill authorizing the Presi- penalties for the unauthorized publicaparalyze him (Bro. II) I should have dent to arrange a conference, to bo held tion or issue of the portrait or alleged trial for the murder of Bob Nelson, at used pulverize instead. "The mills of embracing some now styles that we want everybody to see. in Washington in 1S.S0, for tho purpose likeness of anv female, the wife, mother, Hopkinsville, got into a quariol with the gods jirind slowly, but giind exceed- of promoting arbitration and encourag- - daughter or sister of any public official Dan Harten, a colored man, and was iug small." ing reciprocal commercial relations lie- - r citizen for use as an advertising beaten over the head with an iron poker, Senator Jo Blackburn don't mtiii MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. receiving injuries from which lie cannot the Tinted States ami the repub- - , or 0tin.r purpose, to be sleeping in Congress. The rebuke lies of Central and South America and In the House a bill has been present-th- o recover. he gave "Wind Bag" Injmlls tho other The internal revenue bill presented .day, in rescinding to tho hitter's attack Fmpiro of Brazil, the Washington !01 which provides that an employe of a Post says: "Mr. McCreary, the author, telegraph company who shall disclose by the Ways and Means Committee upon the President, Gen. Hancock, of tho bill, eloquently advocated its pas- - tju, eontonts of a message shall bedeein-sag- o takes the tax oil' of tobacco except from McClellan, Ac, was just ulnit the said ami pointed out the great political vt Kuiltv of misdemeanor and shall cigars, cheroots and ciirarottrs, and it w. 1, needed. Had our Joe railed him a does away witli the spoeial license taxes. and commercial advantages which would i,e fined not more than $1,000 and louse, he would have been unanimously to the Vniteil States from closv prf,,,.! notixt.tiliii- - om war or lnitli It does not touch the tax on spirits of lucked by every democrat in Garrard. any kind. relation with the republics of Central nt tllt. discretion of the jury, There are mi many people who don't Col. J. 'A. Moore writes from Spo and South America, which would fur- know how the reckoning of.Kostir kano Falls, .Washington Territory, that NEWS CONDENSED. nish immense markets for our products. he has permanently removed from Sunday is made, I hao taken the The meeting of the conference would be A sharp shock of Karthquakt was and congratulates Col. Walter hie to look it up. Faster Sunday occurs an event in the history of tho world, and felt at I.os Angeles, Cal. The following list of goods, suitable for this time of yenr, and buy Kvans on' his election as his successor on Immediately following tho full moon would live forever, and it would lie Col. Breckinridge has offered a bill crowned with the wealth which always in the National House to declare trusts the National Republican Committee, tltt happens on the next day after the them of me and get the best: Bradley ami his ilk can now go off and vernal equinox. Should the Itli day of surmounted that which ennobled hu- unlawful. the moon, which is regarded as the full kick themselves. manity, advanced liberty and enlarged A flurry in oil at Pittsburg sent that Tho ollice of the Kvoning Union moon, fall on a Sunday, the next Sunday republican government. Mr. McCreary's aiticloupto $1.01, tho highest point CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. newspaper, at Springfield, Mass., burned following is celebrated as Faster. This was the first bill of the kind over intro- touched since May, 1SS4. Wednesday afternoon, six of theeinploy-- l makes it possible for Faster to come ns duced in Congress." It seems to have California Peaches, Cal. Evap. Peaches, Five men were torn to pieces by the of March, and as late as with favor everywhere and our Con- premature explosion of a blast in a coal es losing their lives, being either burned early asthe met " " Pears, Apricots, shapeless mass- April --'otli. to death or crushed into gressman is just now tho subject of mine near Marquette, Mich. " Apricots, Dried Peaches, The friends of (Soo. (). Barnes here es by jumping from the otli story winmuch favorable comment. John Lee Iogan, of New York, has dows. Six others were seriously injured are exceedingly anxious that the suggestRaspberries, Turkish Prunes, ion that he he called to Louisville to has taken an appeal been nominated to ho Associate Justice and will probably die. Gov. Wn.sox Grated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, from tho decision of Judge Uarr in tho of the Supreme Court of Idaho. Thomas Patrick, who will be triodat preach in the Moody Tabernacle, from a Sliced Pineapple, Mince Meat, Tho convict, Mncy Warner, who be Hnttleld cases to the U. S. Circuit Court Flizabethtown, Teiin., next week for the subscriber of the Early June Peas, Apple Butter, killed another convict in tho Indiana and tho prisoners will remain in the murder of Abraham Buckles, is also complied with. If Bm. Barnes had half Lima Beans, n the help from the Preserves, Christian people as murdering Pat Louisville jail until the matter is dis- penitentiary, is to be hung wanted at Bristol for The American Base Hall Association Pie Peaches, City, they give Moody, the results would, Is Mackerel in Buckets, posed of. It is said that if Judge Jack-wo- n in I8J0, and at Junction Corn, also decides in favor of Kentucky lias decided to give a prize of $1,000 to for killing P. J. Donahue in lNiil. Pat- hi startling as to revolutionize tho whole Cod Fish, rick is charged with tho commission of country. The only fault Bro. Barnes the case will bo taken to tho Supreme. the club winning the championship. Tomatoes, White Pish, Tho Standard Oil Company has has in the world that I know is that lie murders since tho war. Court. In the meantime the ignorant Oysters, Hominy, commenced the construction of a pipe is too honest and will cak what he prisoners are (Tying to go hack to tho Salmon, Dried Beans, CHURCH AFFAIRS. "but "Windy" Wilson line from Lima ((.) oil Holds to Chicago. thinks. That's what's the matter with Pikeville jail, -- Tho L. A N. wants to have its own Sardines, Bulk Pickles, hasn't got the "boost" yet ho expected meeting at the Maysville Chris- IlUnuah! Th Chipped Beef, Bottle Pickles, to get from the oaseand is determined not road to Knoxville and is consequently tian church closed Friday with 1." addiCRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Corned Beef, to let up until he does. The whole surveying a line from Jollico to that tions. Catsup, device of his to city. business is said to boa Deviled Ham. Misses Mary and l.illieThixtonhave The pew rental collections at Tab Propared Mustard, &c, &c. In alight hot ween Mexican bandits catch votes for further political honors. this year; our thanks for a packag i 'xcellcnt ormages's chinch weio SlKV-'- U and Toxans in the southern part of the wero $:S1 ,)&". anges. last year they Mv Stock of-persons were killed and a num.Irwin Fixi.kv no doubt squirmed in State itov. P. G. Flsom writes that Section Itov. J. X. Bowling's sermon was good democrat ought to ber wounded. the seat that a No. : of the Baptist church will meet at much liked by all who heard him last The "Q" roads seems to have gotten till, when ho heard from Williamsburg STHPLE GROCERIES ALWHYS FULL USD COMPLETE the residence of Mrs. ltobert' McAlister Sunday morning. this week. That mountain village is the best of the striking oiigineeis so far Mrs. Martha A. Singleton ami Miss afternoon at !J i t. Sunday his homo when ho is not posing as a and tho latter now threaten to make the next Itov. Fred Halo's meeting at Frank- Clara Singleton went over to laiucaster Congressman and heretofote it has been strike general. fort has gathered in ':! sinners to date, Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. invincibly republican. Monday, howRepresentative Polk Laffoon has but not a devil of them is a member of Mattio Smith. ever, the tables were turned and the written a letter declining fo be a candi-das- e A new unilcitak'r's shop has been tho legislature, the more's the pity. for democrats elected their candidate for to Congress from the llov. T. S. McWilliams, a theological opened here by Mr. J. F. Holdain. Ilo Paper Boxes, In town marshal, together with a majority Second district. student of Centre College, will preach at has rented the corner room in the HarDavidson, the sitting Congressman of tho aldermen, and they are so jubithe Presbyterian church Sunday morn- ris House, next to .1. W. .lames' store, lant that they swear Finlcy shall not from an Alabama district, was declared ing and the Baptist church Sunday and will keep his goods there. This is sucecd himself and that tho 11th shall entitled to his seat over McDulIle, his resomething our town has needed for a night. bo redeemed from republican thralldoin. publican contestant. Tho engagement of Murphy, the long time, particularly a nice hoarse. At Khnira, N. V., the democrats Mrs. Jane lliggins and Mrs. Kittic JtsrPrices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.- Sijxvron IxoAia.s, who presides over elected a mayor by a plurality of 1,50S temperance revivalist, at tlioTaliernacle, made a big bid for the repub- and six out of seven Aldermen, and live Louisville, will interfere with tho pro- Hoggin, of Kirksville, have been visiting the Senate, posed invitation to Bro. Barnes to preach Mrs. J. T. lliggins. Mr. George Lee lican nomination for president this week, out of six Supervisors. least the building is engaged James hits returned from Florida. Missin a very bitter speech against President Thu Cincinnati Southern railroad there. At es Beauregard and Lula Stuart are the MARK HARDIN, Clerk. till May I. South generally, has withdrawn from Cleveland and the the Southern The Presbyterian .Mutual Assur- guests of Mrs. W. M. lliggins in Stanfinally that (ten. Hancock was charging Association because the L. & N. ance Company, in order to secure to its ford!!. Miss Irene Dillion has returned in sympathy with the rebellion. Tho was granted differential rates. an equitable division of its home, accompanied by Miss Flla May speech was such as might bo expected Mayor Itochc, of Chicago, has re- creditors Miss Itebecia republican dem- ceived $.'I,71K) contributions for Mt. Ver- funds, has assigned for their benefit. The, Saunders, of Danville. from a little and the lia-- j Stuart has been visiting in Danville. agogue and when ho got through Joe non sufferers, making a grand total of assets are stated at Mr. and Mrs. W. M. lliggins, of Stan- Blackburn took occasion to (lay him over $10,000 contributed by Chicago peo- bilitiosaie $00,000, We wore evidently mistaken in tho ford, have been the guests of Mrs. Kate a spark alive. If the Kansas Senator has ple. I lev. Joe Jones. lie is oven worse than Fgbert. Miss Alice Stuait, with her of feeling ho must have suffered considLouise A loot, author of "Little WoSam. He is preaching in Millersburg to friend, Miss Mollie Bea.ley, of Goshen, erably under tho torture indicted. men" and other delightful stories, died crowded houses, calling people "pcrsini' spent Sunday at homo. Lexington deserve at Boston Tuesday, just three days after Tub democrats of idiots," threatening to box Somi:iisi:t- .- A. Wolf, the butcher, was congratulation for their famous victory her distinguished father, Bronson A the jaws of others and causing whole toof Saturday. The Herculean efforts of cot. church in a body by elected Mayor of Somerset, Monday, families to leave the ltobert Bonner, of New York, has gether with a mongrel municipal ticket. tin. roiinblieans. with the assistance of his personal remarks. fori Mulligan and others, seems to have gone "ia,i; another handsome present' to his The Presbyterian Chinch in the Indue Sam Boone beat Sim Hicks f.iruorsethau naught as all the ' demo-- ! "iis jointly, lie gave them a s.piaio of Fnitod States is approaching a centen- iccoider by --'5 votes and Will Morrow, , UmmmWMWW3AStmmmmW Fifth aveiiuo valuod at '"'"l of James cratic ticket went in on a vote of two to 0!K). nial which will show a remarkable rep., came in live votes ahead ono over their competitors. growth. In 17.SS when the chinch was T. Mav, doin. The Coiincilnieii and The National Fxucutivo Committee Mayor Wolf are in favor of high license, organized in this country, it had Hi Tin: spiritualists at Fvansville, I ml., of the I'uion Labor party has fixed upon and U0 chinches and say piohihition must go. Saloons 177 ministers, hail a communication from the spirit Cincinnati May 15th, as the time and with License wii!, will he opened at once. about 10,OiK) members. world that the will of Millionaire Barnes, place for holding the National Con not exceed $1,000 for each saloon. The there are in its three branches JW'.i presbo found under his head. Thujtiou. fiom saloons alone will not be S,:KKi ministers, ll.'JlL' churches revenue The report of logging in New Hamp- byteries, bodv was accordingly exhumed, when 7511,000 nieni- - less than $(1,000. Mind parishes, and about mi o mhubile illflu, it was found not to be shire shows the biggest winter's work The storekeepers and gangers at where now is Judge ever known in tho lumhur legions. Over hers. there. Where, oh in this city Cincinnati passed highly eulogistic resoCarson? :00,000,0()t) feet of spruce timber wero A young married couple of Mr. L. 11. handled. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture aio just celebrating the arrival of their lutions upon the character A noil sold for $1,500 at the canine ox .. .,.... .. .1. .,,......... 1.....I. ii.. . ...i..,. .i IHIUIU-- i. .,:.... i i ....um 1.1 Durham, who died in that city the first II.IIIIV Urhl ii... UIU ,M"H" rvilllllllll, il Dai), llUdl. n;imnuni of the week of typhoid fever. The de- andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods York last week. l.ihiiwm in New rffnn'o'l'lM-'- at Bradford, Pa., shot the cashier, and tho father 15. In about live years fool killer 1ms evidently retiied ceased was tlm oldest son of Comptroller can be bought in the cities. Give me a grabbed tho money, made his escape, from now tlio whole family can trial and you will be conduty to let tho old adage of "a fool ami leaves a wife and Gay-te- d M. J. Durham ami the leader in pursuit, and commit-- i monco going to school together. his money arc soon paitod" have full vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. three children. suicide. lord (Kns.) Times. xway. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Piiki.i-s- , of Husscll, seems to be Bradley's riKlit bower for the introduction of such bills iiH bo thinks will tic thu prohibitionists on to tin- republicans, but 18S8 the formiT are not nil fools, if they do say many of tlioin are cranks, and they will not bo caught with that kind of - t I Vice-Preside- IJVI,rrBIWvkAvOJuv' 9UVjlMH'BKttalHi,l al - I ! i ... --.- I. re-po- rt, GOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. WALT, PAPER and FTTHNTTTTIIE. ALWAYS 111-to- n Hock-castl- COMPLETE HAND. B. K. WEAKEN,, PLOWS! PLOWS! to-wit: - ., IV ... ..... d GEO. D. WEAKEN, OTAJNTG'R. medi-twee- u J -- I 1 , j y, j j 1 ' Courier-Journa- l, to-da- y. Hy-a- 1 1 -- 1 1 ISTHEBESTIN THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. T. tt. W'.A.LTOIN', Pas-song- hide-boun- d j j SEW FURNITURE STORE moil-heade- d , ' $1,-.V0- ''W'iSA -- ' pies-hyterie- s, To-da- y von-coul- d I r f coin-sh- ot ' ly-dt- iUfct.V.W.,.J. fl ttn'i-- Al jmJuAJiiktW, m.l,&M,timmLi?iii,. &raJu.4:-- - rJM&iLJmitt.'. 'ffilfjLkij-&.- . l.V.wHL1..4.let.J-a.l.f.'.t- t. .m! . 4 II a vino hold mv Htock of goods to .Mr, Ouu municipal election occurs on the ly Interior rut urn to UiIh olllce. W. II. Higgins, I now desire to settle up first Saturday in April, when a hoard of Yiii:kiiay wiihii lovely day ami thu my business and nsk those indebted to coiincilinen and a police judge will he 1888 signal Horviee said we were to have more me to please come up and settle. S. . chosen. Judge V. H. Carson in a canHtanfohw. Ivy., Makcii '., I locker. didate tosucceed himself and ought to he of them. Xi:tv Fi:ci:. -- J. .1. k (S. S. MclCinncy elect". without opposition. (iaiiiikn Si:i:is, Onion Sets, Seed llcans, K.C. WALTON, HUH. have purchased the right to sell the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS mid I'eas nt A. A. Warren's "Model Stile.s Patent Fence in this and ('uscv '(irocerv." -- F. bought of Cohh iV) counties and will nut Mr. A. II. McKin-- i Published Kvory Tuesday and Friday. imm' v,m m " Asiutxim. -.- 1. M. Thompson, a met-- 1 ey to w.nk iih agent. Thu fence is said AT Foil ' "li'-"i- n'" r''" uiorougliiireil chant at Iist IWiistadt. has unstinted to to he the most economical anil cheaoe-- t ft I'Jflli YlfiAli.IXAUVANX'K ,1. . .Mlirjiliy, I'rn.n tootnijo per cent cheaper tli.in ever licloru kiio.v.i in (c.itnl Kcntm.kr Wiinlow Shade to C. X. Scoville for the henelit of his ever invented and our fanners would do ' l)llls. Kid.. I. (J. Montgomery sold to .IcsSC1 ultnllcn.nlilnatlo.i of Wall Paper Larifeitntoiklu sclc-- t from at A. K (illUlt)VS' Parlur, Dan-- ' a.",!. I ."; liahiliticH well to investigate it. creditors. Assets IHc. Ky WWhtn nut i (will $3.GO UI be turned dll Fox -lirL'.vejir.ohl timl.. .. ni ,u" . lovcrS.S.tXM. I'.iints, Oil, Varntkhci anil Painter' Supplico, WlnJow Gl.ns, etc --T. C.'ltjbiiiHon.ldto J. O. John-sono time in its history lias the At PIANOS AND OIKSAN'S Agents for John Church - Co Minlc.l McrehanaUc. Aikiiimiui. - Mr. II. (.'. Waned, who of the Ixrr.uioit .lotitNW. been of Hoyle, I.) yearlings at Jlo. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. l, assisted in his prosecution, tells us that as great " "t present, but our fast A. T. Xunnelley sold to Stagg k Mail inuit (joinc North of i!.i to "uVi'm! ,m ,'","'t "' "I'I''Ih has alllrmed the piloting them at the rate of the West Kntl, 151 mule colt.s at ' South " inSpm life sentence of lieu ltuhards, sent from :!0ii minute, makes the press work more ifoa I.pre train " South 511 .mi , Nutth Foit Sm.k. A pair of small mules 6 js m ( asey for the murder of t.eorgc I laker. of an amusement than otherwise, when t.oul Freight North .6 jj p m South " and a good milk cow. It. K. Harrow, compared with the old Campbell, the 'I he latter triln lo nrr pai.eiueri Haihiviv. Since moving our entire 0 best capacity of which was about 1,5500 Stanford. Thcahove it calmUlril on Mandard time. Solar stock up stairs we have a lot of plow hartime l houl o iiimiite failer. J. H. Honaker, of Marion, bought of copies an hour. . .. ness, pumps, hoes, forks, shovels and .i Win. Stigall, of IJoyle, thu jack Pixie, 4 K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tin: Richmond Climax quotes an arti- years old, for $1,100. other goods we want to close out and will am ami return at s,. them cheap, (it'll. I. YVearcll, Man cle from this paper without credit and in Train leave K .wrlaml John W. Ik'un, of Clark, sold two (1 p in it spells prophesied prophecicd. Look ager. of cattle to John A. .Judy, for MEANS BUSINESS. hen1, Tipton, if you will our It will be seen by reference to the items, French the favor at least stealspell June delivery at . cents. do us to Is Receiving His -- Tim IIolstcin-Friesiu- n cattle breedVatcim and Jewelry repaired and statement of the llnancial condition of the words as we do, which is usually cor ers in the United States number 5,000, warranted. A. It. Penny. the county that $.".! 'J.'i is to be paid out I. Tin: best place to buy drugs, patent of the levy of this year for subscriptions rect. It iiiiiv perhaps be news to you, and there are (5,0U0 registered animals. It. medicines and toilet aiticles is at A. noun is spelled prophecy and - II. X. Ware sold to J. K. llrucu the to turnpikes, and yet our revenue is but the Penny's. the verb prophesy. Please make a note unimproved laud of Mrs. Crosstield on books, ink, tablets sulllcient to pay it and the constantly of this and govern yourself accordingly. Ilev your school Hawkins' Hraneh, supposed to be 2Jj Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guiraat 3 jd, Giv3 him a Trial. of all growing list of claims, and break even at I i.t Iter, pencils and school supplies acres, for$oKl. kinds from A. It. Penny. the end of the year. The three IkiiuIs of A I'uotit, signed by morethan a hunI guarantee all watches and eveiy arThe cattle market In Louisville is Soft) each arc not due for one or two dred citieus of the Fast I'.nd, including ticle of jewelry I sell tit Ik- - just as repre- years yet, but they arc counted in the strong itt lA to l.ts'i; hogs are also strongmany of the best people, against the sented. A. It." Penny. statement of liabilities. county court making an appropriation er at :j.ii to o.lfci; sheep and lambs tinner DECIDEDLY" PERSONAL. for the repair of the Chappell's Gap at 55 to 1 for the former and 4J to oj for ?,. Ox tin night of the .'(1st of Pccember JEi-WilXjaiilturnpike, has been forwarded to this of- the latter. IDIiTJa-a-IS- T Mil. II. K. Wr.wir.N is vlltingut Kirks-viltrtx-i'ngiiiecr M. F. Mulct ran into a -- iov. McCreary is reinemliering his fice for publication. It states that the near bridge Xo. U on Clear Fork and the road has been rented out to pay a debt constituents with g.irden seeds now and Miss Ai.mv Has, who has been ipiite cars were overturned down an embankand been allowed to run down till it i.s has not forgotten the editor of this paill, is fast improving. ment. Two tramps were stealing a ride w.toethan auv dirt road in the countv. per, who claims to be the finest gardener DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Mas. V. .1, Si'miks went to I outlou at the time, and after the accident but The county appropriated J?l,7.0 for the j i tint section. FANCY ARTI0LE3, &0. Wednesday In visit relatives. one could be found and he was badly pike Hie liuest .specimen 01 butter we sccral years ago anil even alter K itii: (iniiois, of Somerset, is battered up. Miss Wednesday the body of that it would take fully iKK) to tin: mile ever saw is the product of Mr. It. C. I'hystc.aus prescription1, acnr.itcly oniponnbcd, the other was discovcivd Moating near tailing Miss Foie Pennington. to nt it in any kind of repair. The pe- Warren's celebrated liutter cow, Frances. went to Cincinnati the hank several hundred yards down P11. A. It. Pi:sn tition further states that Mr. John Itidley llavergal. In color, beauty and Wednesday to replenish his stock. the stream from where the accident oc- Huchanan and the estate of T. C. lluin-be- r flavor it is absolutely incomparable. is visiting rcl-- ! curied. F.i.n. .1. i. Momhomi:ii - The fastest time on record at the THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, contracted to keep the road in re- , aiives in his nathecounty of Adair. v ,I(.)UN f, Privitt writes ,H,jr during their icntal and thev should pacing gait to harness is the W, made CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Unian iuim,s nasgouen a post,,,,, m fni SlIllh ,,rk l:lt '.lames liorley, K. made to fulfill it. ''"hnston, the king of pacers; at the F.ver brought to thu market. I'rice lower n a- -; i.ruman on tuc yarn engine in u,,,,,,,,,.,,,!, M.M.p.shoul- - I in: Masons ;hadT-another ;large attend- - Chicago Piiving Park, Chicago, III., on the lowest. Watthe, Clicltand Jewelry He. ,,m,, p.iircil on short noti e and warranted. ri.t.()r(, () ., .. ,hM Th, itlereil, strip of a liul, went to Itutt V M.t. C. W. Tin.i.v, of Highland, went ,. ,,,. ,,,, in,,MMw toanumber ,1111c.. .t their stated meeting Monday! whh rnn;lin rHllI1llg hor,c lr,l.r.t night, when two candidates wen- - initia- to Knoxville yesterday to engage . f ,llv,.t thut he would drink 11 ted and one raised to the third deg.ve. j liu.,lu, ,u ll(1 llmv.ln. tlll. HIllkVf K,nv. husiiuiss. in, tu, liiiir we ,)f ,. tlll"tywllH jj.,)),,,, ,,f j,,,. filler if they would pay ....... - f , Worshipful Master Thomas llutchison, nm(k JuMC 1 j .mi:. M tR1 s.n,0 tnu.k Thev L'ot the eallon. The lstv -- Til AT !&.. I. ...!.. 1...1 . Wll tMHIkV Hill . er ycsteniay tiiat iiisiiitieoaiigiii.T, ,nmk M.u., , )i1( NVesimont, which thus 1Mtvtl tin arv lYilD PH'.-HI- preside who did so hi his ... Carter to ,, Agnes, was dangen.usly ill of .liphthc umi., niiU. Ua. ,u;t rfllk (lf n '"" ready style Ihereare few, 1. Shelby Irvine sold :'. jacks on Tlien he went to the d.s.r.oj.ene.l ,'M" Wi in was Mis.sF.tik ' ' M,,1"l!l-- .. l' t Sir. Fmbry, of Pen.,- ,rT "i' " , for i "! HAVK " V & ,,',W,,,,B' at all a.lec He from There weie seend appli-- j ..... him. ....... did not seen Power. ,. 'T' uo-,..,,. 1........ ..... lM '" lm "orN ( ii tin onur. till IOO'- - f , l l... I. tu il.... 1.,.. ,ll.. I.. l.v decided to ineel twice u It. C. Hoggs, of this county for $S0t). S. .oils. . teal esiai.'l" heartv iliniicr and returnetl witti the ' month hereafter, and tlxed j Ut. .1. A. .Mimiiii., ine j.n.u iion the A. Dcathridge has returned from Atlan' .)F ........ ..r KlngsMlIe, M,,w l.i.r.. v..Nt..nliv ' reouest that thev 'Ilring on anotlier gal- . j thinl Mon.l.iv night for the extra meet- - ta w here lie sold 01 mules at satisfacto( ' and rv.Ma ted land mIcs and new settlers ing. An order was made for the pur- - ry prices. X. It. and P. T. (.entry have plentiful. Kii.i.ki.. Town Matslml JohiiStringer diascof a magic lantern and other p.ira- of Lincoln nhot and killed Jons Chumley, at Pitts-- 1 ,hernalia necessary to the better con- - purchased about -- 0 yearling heifers at Mit. .1. AniiiMi.v Hosi.i.v, " $'.'Q which they will ship to Pres-cot- t, ounty, was with his brother, ye editor, ; , iirt laurel county. Hill Chuinley, a ferring of the degrees. The lodge is cer-- -- and Ari.ona, for breeding purposes. Win-- 1 hmther of Jons, hninghtoii the shooting' from Saturday until yestenlay. tainlyona boom now and it behooves Only a few cuttle sold court day at prices by engaging in a ditliculty with a man u Chester Sun. .Mwm t kl.,.,, it going. ranging from ' to III cents. Ill) broke Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch-- 1 ids wages. Will Wr.c.nT. ."syuii bruised hishand while Mio had garni-liee- d milieu sold at .?('") to $!."().- - Itichnionil .t Pvtiiias. We had hoped Climax. working at ids trade recently and blissl stringer, deputy town marshal, stepped maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness iH.isoning was ctuimtl. lie is now in in to separate tiiem when Jons Chumiey that coiuinon courtesy to a sister town, -- Harry Hell, railroad editor of the and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Gla3383 to suit the ran up and grabbing Stringer seized his ' nothing else, would have induced our .piite a critical condition. was married Tuesday Hui.i-.and Mn. I.ce F. pistol and was drawing his own when citizens to have given the performance Courier-JournaMus. C.vtii ni l:moii and Pythias a full house, to Miss Margaret Waul. One would eye. Hulliiiuii arc visiting Mrs. Mary W.lU.w- - Stringer called to his brother to - his antagonist loos,.. Two shots were Wednesday night, hut it was in vain for lutrdlv have thought hecoiildhuve found man and Miss Pdlie Williams, at HamJ unusually small audience was present. time iomake love while h; itowcrfnlly ihvd, one buH entering Chumley's neck iltou College, l'xingtoii. -- . engaged in making alliterative headlines I Hi. Fit ink Y. llr.uiiKiiT, of Cincinnati.! and the other his buck, lie is a biotber bitside of other considerations the purchase! an interest In Pr. W. II. p, lt.,1 Cliunilev, who fell from a moving t. imminent was well worth the time for his cohinin. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) uu m.iiii a way ime nut t...... -- in,... an I money ami loose h ., Peiinv's business ami the new tin Wll trmn i r ....... kavouiti: I.IKK iiinwKrx Tin: north and south. WAV AI1VKUT1SKMKXTS. and was killed, at the sune time Young missed one of the best amateur performbe Penny ,v Herbert, dentists. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' we have seen in many a day. The ances Mu. 'Kit. Wm.ton is back from his Mullins met the same fate. play was well put upon the stage, the Man ll?VrP I A kh1 Ik.iikc on l three-weekIN 5j i j HULKS. tour to the Pacific Coast, IVVuiS L. n An en..,-- , with a II wivi. Ills Fr.s. When J.J. I.iutlii- - costuming was historically correct and delighted with his trip and greatly picas' hili'inliil K.rtlvn .itt.ic'i.il Mrs. IImiiiiIc Smith. Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. ctl with the climate and prospect" of Cub' cum came to town Wednesday to pro- ' the actors all acipiitted themselves well. cure license to marry Miss Siler Smith, .Mr. I'. II. Fox made a very creditable THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. jf()rju ! W. H. ' Pionysius; S. F. Maguire as Damocles; .Icn.ii: Kimui. telegraphs from Wash- - Ids prospective father-in-laT I K T JC X AS SIIO BT 1 4 1 X K- ington to the Times that the President 'Smith, came along to give Ids consent to A. M. King as l.ueullus; 11. J. Perry as t., lias a decided leaning to Judge Saullev its issuance. Tlie girl is but sweet Kland Philistius and others are deserving of J T 1IAKIIIS Ii.h uiiciiul on , a J urn.il tillicL-In thu when the old man got into the clerk's special mention while Mr. A. H. (iibbons, .tuck of s.ulillery Interior which he will sell ri:itv-l- CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 12, 1888. oiuls for a territorial judgeship ami that all ami un ciuv S.iturilav ami ilnrinj; the be needs is Sccretarv (iarland's recoil,- - olllce he refused point blank to sign the us Pythias, is worthy of tin1 greatest court il.i will wttk :iiictiiiis,niii' he will iliiou hold iiJOVD DOWN". i:x in a cold praise, lie ilivuleil liouors evenly il no o( all kiinK ol harness ami s.uliller K)iU .. ...... r.. tin. t Htsiti.ui. lioiui. This put l.intliicuni ,.i,.it.. rTWAIN'S NOHTTiTRAINS M1UTII ' oegan to realize tiiat more, with Air. litine, Painon, a jiroies- " ' Nr V. Ni. 87 IIoiiiis has been heard from. He pi"iplra"""i Cut No. 6. No. 7. No. 3. No. 5. No. 1. A STAHiMKNT OK THK STATIONS. No. 1, Dally. was seen in Imisville but niirv a wife he was in the mi. Idle of a very bad llx, siomd and a good actor. Misses Katie Daily. l)Aily. Kx. Sun, Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. l their captain lias evident- - "d that Ins cup of joy wasabout to be LiurieanilltuthCarrig-anperfornjeiwas with him. The in 10 jj a in 6uopm Scop 7 55 a in l.'e ....Cincinnati ... A'rv 640am 641 dashed to the ground. Mr. Smith, who parts ipiite haiulsonielyand little Hugene 817am 403pm -- OK I v gotten badly left, or he lias plave.l a 8 30 a ml 4 11 p in Willi. umtown ,. I.'ve 5 .3 a .11 9 51 a in 5 47 p m 9 35 p m wug in Ins way, was only joking, Sullivan, a wee bit of a kid, did splendidly. Georgetown 724(1111 308pm 410:1111 1059 am 70) pin .037 p m joke on his partner and other. We had ' COUNTV, Lexington 1130pm, 7 35 pm 11 05 pin 10 15 a nil 3 48 a m 41jp.11 700am, 240pm Imped the pretty little Mississippian however, and after he had made his The tableau, emblematic of the order, in 115?. pm; 8 a pin 11 23 pm Ntchol.isille 32311111 627am 207pm iSSS. At this .late, Keh j;, ' sweat enough he ti- - which Misses. junction cuy i$ pm: 9 10 pm 11 30a m 11 2.; a m and Carrigan and Jium 310pm j2omi loupm t would ! peiniaiicntlv domiciled here would-b- e . oj Q3 pnC t 05 a m 2 o a m la 10 t mi Somerset n 50 p m IS .ii- i in- . k:. Mini.- - CI iliiii. alloucd ami ami lie. I l . l1. Uigan, Oalsilale .... .... 725 a m .Messrs. fox, 9 55 pm 11 2 a f5' ixi 050 pmj ....1 s 2 a m 315 pm but alas! she is evidently not "for Jack." iiauy iittaciieii iiisiitiiognipo. lntcri'ston Iximlid ileht Ar'vC'hattanooRa....I.,e 7 lop m 90) a in ...., ,....! 4 00 a in io ....' 8 20a m 1000 p ml ties live on (.recti river and the cereini sou and little Kugeue appeared, was an Conlinuent epetiM.s fi.ciil jear.. too on . ..., 850am' 6 00 pin IvcoClnttinooga Ar'v 6 40 p , 1 jo pm Attalla Ar'v ...,! 00 p ni nv occurred yesterday. excellent piece of posing and fitly wound Siihicriptiun S. I). K W. O. A- O. J$7S LOCAL LORE. T I' 12 15 pm 3 30a in 3 30pmtn lojun I.'ve.... Ilirmingham Sulitcription llojlc A I. In. T. 1. 75a 00 pleasing performance. ....Tincnlci-40 a ni'...., 9 50 a m 5 45pm 124811ml " S. S. Myers. Sulivcrijition Carpentrr V .More- Tin: Couit of U'vy met Tuesday with up the Mcriilian I.'ve t 10 a ia ia mil I'ur.sii iisii 10 j n ml 4 10 u in Ar'v - lam! St.iti.iii TnriipiVc I,;im 00 ,1 6 15 a m 9 30 a m At v. ..riciiK ...... c 10 co p m 5 00 p m Judge Varnoii and Justices John (). SouiniMK ago we observed that Law- Slurifl' ciiininiksimi fur rullrct- . .... 1. vc... -- .Meridian 1IJIJU . II. 4 JU4 I'iiksii (iitrden Seeds at T. I!. Walton's. Neal, K. C. I'aulkner, John Ilailey, U. Soo i inttlrvy 6 j Pill,.... 8 35 a in I.'ve JacUwn. ....Ar' yer Davison had presented a bill for"the Tl.nc huniU fjon each, Uue in 11 tua m I.'ve. ..Vickstiur 4 00 pm ... ' ' Monroe 1,5.111 00 July, S.jo ami W. Young, Charles W. Boone, J. K. heuellt of the roads in Lincoln county." 420pm l.'te 1003: in Noiitiii'.iin seed potatoes, white 6 rci u in 8 is pin Ar'v..Nlir.ivrport ICIlis and I.yiin,.l. II. Chappell, John S The title was innocent enough and we Total... $17.71 mixed oats at W. II. liiggins'. N. II. Train No, 9 leavct OaLtlate at 6 05, A M, ami arrie In Chattanooga at 930, A M, No. iu Icavo W. V. ( I rimes nresent. An exliibition did not take the double to inquire into ItliSOL'KCKS: Chattanooga at 4 on, I'. M., anil airivcs at Oakilale at 7 25 Nkw line of Zeigler Bros, spring shoes f the Hiiiineial condition of the county it. It seems, however, that it was unite Mann lloudoir llufTct Steeping Carson all trains 4 70 24 Shanks. just reccied. was presented by County Attorney Cm- - iu.,ivilv loaded, at least those citizens fash In Treasury kheriff, 1S77.., II. COI.I.IIItAN, lienT Krt. .V I'as Agt. JOHN C.r.AUI.T, Oenerjl Manager, Aimiunt .luc (rum l,l!3 oi .... ... .. . . lii.j ......... ...1.I..I. !u t.fttit.i.t it Wit ""- - Il.o.iI . l)UKk-m-l tr.iin turnpikes, ell- K. CAKHOl.t., (ieneral .Supurintendcnt. - i -" wl.o are ailecteii i.y it will ti.uiK so. n.e ;i" mated Tcash prices paid f,.r all kinds' II .to 00 (iciicr.il Office, St. l'.tul llmldlng, West Fourth Street, Cmciiin iti, Ohio. Deliiiiiuciit 511. 00 "' l''r' After its reading the levy ,liatter was spoken of Monday, hut we Ail valorem tax 18S7 f4,77, at Nunnellev i f nifMltitf l.. on ' ' ' T ',jwasllxediit 'M cents on the SHX) and m,M not get sulllcient information in 10c J.Sl" ") Tin: population of Stanfoi'' was in- -' the poll tax at SI; both the sune as last time todNcuss it intelligently for that Capitation 01. 3,,oo male, Soo tleliiniueiits at $1 encli j, 500 00 7,OOU OO creased by the arrival of -- even babies year. The county attorney was allowed night's issue and even yet have not re- - ltiiilro.ul ta, itiiii:ileit .Minor maKiiig a seuiemciii wiiii of the hill. It ani)cai ., Total.. since Sunday. eeiveil ii ?.iSJ 4M New land and he was given IK) days to -- fl.ISS hill minuses a tax on iJiiitlneAi-eniwmrie.Tufter for pay balance ilue. Messes anion, t.iv- - iim.Vur. that the I m agent for Keal's Fabric O II. COOl'HIl, A rop of ill- - rifi.nl a ,.,,iitiv property of 10 cents on the t leik l.mcol i I ounty C'onrt inaking tidies, Tuikisli designs, lap robes ens and Lynn w ere appointed u commit- - iun(n., ,'lollars for road purposes ami Sir. I ask the ladies to call and see tiiem tee to view and accept or reject .the Stan- ri.(llri.M that the men who pay tliis tax work. (Ins Decker, at l. KIh-- s' store. Itixcr, Uarnud county ami ui,,,i i ford, Di (ldition work the roa.N ten davs NV1,i, 0:,k Application was in tu. vwir, )n the otherhand the man wife of Marshal ). .1. New land Till' of fSO.) per wh M'IS ,rnn ...erty Is ..nly rciuircl to has furnished him with a deputy, lie, ,"l,,1,t'f' new''lM;liation pike to run from Man- - Wlllk , ,h0s, for which he is paid, or been lluim.,l "die fora weiglis 10 pounds and has ford to Ottenheiin, but the mutter was m.(itl,l his poll tax. Tli.wwliH,(. We will make a specialty of Mtl liwin for ('apt. Smith Irwin, of the l..,v deferred till a special term of the court the loads most should pay tlie most for K. . to be held the second .Monday in April, .i...:, i..,i i... n,ta i.tn .. i.i.i. HORSE AND JACK BILLS, MAKES '. Ti..!... iLokerv at .Deriv. caiici uv .Messrs. Varnon, Xeal and Hailey were """ " i's- "i't IN AAA. the most C 'rnoii ,..... ...... usv, .. , ..vnmln,. couiiesy, a coin. the- ,..,..?. .....t ........ Together with the Newspaper .....i ' " .. decent building erect- . ,..., ,lown at last and , , , Advertisements of them, tin's seanun cil. Our letter from there .tiiten wlio1 road will be a very important one and j uie oiiriien is not eipiaiieu ai an, mm xM kicking thm N. infr ., son, and have added largely to I ... . . . . 1....1.1 ...... :. ii the successful bidders are. ... ZMI SSljM CiWVK incrcis iiii.iovii in. .... i .1...1 .. ...tit i... Wicn the true inwanlness of the lull is J C L II It. H,t4l, our stock of Cuts. Give us a call g little twin of Mr. ami Mrs. built. After making allowances for a umUTtooil. It seems that the lawyer Tin: other V5 EASY! ordering tlitit was and get samples and prices, or onlv of luduinu his ininie- I. M. Hruce died Wednesday and was number of paupers and I'hl elegant Jerey Hull will Hand at my Slahle pnBMaaa)MMBMl ii 3 ! ,.., .u $3, CASH, ai time of service. buried by the side of his sinter that af- tlie family of Josh Dye be sent to the unite ineniiH m tne wiuie umi much-per-,hl Miold 1ms msvl few tuniitUi btfore conCcemeut. the court adjourned till UlllllllTI llllt Willi llt llllilUlt'tk fllti tlUi ifl .. .lli ...Ii II -- f lotion n lhh h ttit ultl. vbii, !f .rtii .Mrs. Bruce lias been in a pre- poor-hous-e nun iiiiiivi.ui it ternoon. i."i oh .ilf K. C. WALTON, B. M. iltv tk Miami nilllioiii J for IhoU "To M.ituihi," nIllld ttt. K. II. huknsidk. April Dth. boomerang we are mistaken. UKAliyiKLll UXUCLATOH C.I., .ULU, II. carious condition but is improving. Semi-Week- Journal 1)ht. Ail ottor iiuilT. Finder please 1 Muiiucar SPRING OPENING! WftLL 1 ! j PAPER km QEGQRftTf.ONS . ., ( j !s.-- u, .V- Cot-tiel- P.o-lio- n, A. E. GXBBONTS, DAKriTXI.t.K, KY. 1 i .., Mo MUPOSYp a;o MERCHANT TAILOR SUMMER car-loa- SPRING AND GOODS. I j j .do Mo e. FEMS & '' j I L-- fai, '' tli-- . am 1 f ,,.,, t)-- )k ..... .., illM .il- """' '" p'- .... U" k,T ,., .(0. PLEASE OBSERTB I M'ROBERTSSTAGG ,. A FlOXJk, ASQOMTMBaNT .. 1 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. P..n , ; l, Q-QJiJi- en-hi- ND CRESCENT ROUTE. . M l.o-V)- s' -- SADDLERY I firt-clii- ss y i iikax) " Finanoial Condition LINCOLN 111 1 , son-in-la- 1 1 1 11 111 111 - 1 A 1 to-da- 111 , 111 ! ,r ! ii.. 1 '- :f - "" ....... ! .... TO HORSEMEN. , liiflER Tih "" """1'''. ; L.tZittiter fl Rmd asssK .. -,.,. ,.,,,.,. , - .i,,,. i...i chai-.icteries- '" il , ', j ,. rT,T",l GXI.DEHOY, if - ti ..... B t r ' A rr.HiOn of rest In ft rcoiiTi it (z in ..";! each iluy is as neecsi.iry to tho c ru. ...id QUEER STORY. g u hori ni sny u..wr uniaii.l. of Colorado Mini Who Think llr Hat Raos noukcri in keroaono ".ml fluttered A Holvoil f)) lomtVltlt.MtwAHAItT CWjCaCO Dt(o' And It Is Strlcttr True In l.siry th 1'rolilfiu of Arrlul Nmlgii- 1'iilliello among tho miuuli uml eviciiiulcr vinos Iism Kicept this N'niiir-- A tlon. ROYAL 5'.1 LOUIS SCHLEGEL, Title frimi Kcitl Mir. In nrovontitig tho proved A vessel for uerlal navigation, which is io; of nquush bugs. designed to be a light und yet strong and you always take an ILL nil other roomy structure, capablo of easy ascension C.mihotis nro Interest in little Civ-lll- e roots for horses, (jiuto nup"rlor to a.nl w.ic who feed them nml being readily steered, Is illustrated I.e mv lli ill when 1 am gone I" consider KY. KICMIMON IJ, that they are nearly equal In herewith, and is tho Invention of Mr. said u fair young i )iml for pound, to cits. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Charles II. Morgan, of Gunnison, Col. It is mother, looking ear nourishment, Picture in Pntjtt)raf,c mull styles anil le nestly iu my eyes and ' Roots of all kinds In winter eonio near constructed with a series of lougitudinal jil. So urn I Iravelers, lnilla Int., Crayon anil W'oor Clur. N gasping for breath, ' to a good jjrns-- s pasture U summer, and tubes, adapted to hold concentrated gas, iiotln-- g equal to thi.i for tho bus and bent to assume a generally spherical in I M it. at mrylur pricav lor she was In tho there is THE MOST RAPID ROUTE last stages of con- tenaueoof doinojtie animals, and for keep-- I shae. These tubes are secured at their M. IKKMNS, H. MsKriN extremities to reduced end ribs, and to sumption, "will you lug on homes a line, giosy co.it. Ii:oiihri, Kl.,Ml,lSt Kkkimmi the cellar clean and ventilated Is transverse circular or oval ribs, between always be as faithful Kver nltempted hetneen the Rtevt cninnicrcul the best way to keep it dry; it may be neceswhich and the longitudinal ribs Ismiii Inner in 111) yiMii"i'iTir J lhrii,ht .V Martin has - infnrm th-ii friend as you have cities 011 the Ohio Kiver and ( litcao, and hetu frleiul- - anil cuttoincrs of the change in linn name the fastcit tune and mo.t cmiifortable sary to use other means. Lime placed In inclosing silk or metallic wall. An outer 1 trams he been to me since the cellar will absorb moisture and noxious smooth ineUillle wall Is also provided, havlueeu all point. In the South, ur t" the West ami was a little girl!" I he toiiiiirrparluf this Irani on all XorlliHesi. ing a sharp forward iKiitit, in which Is n gates, and thus holp to kaop tho air pure. MARTIN & PERKINS, 1 had known the speaker all her life, seen trunk hues is d e now i led Die Limited Kspress Hi retaining and feeding the bran upon sight opening, a steering apparatus being I he superb lolling .lot k e siupln) sites patrons her bud Into womanhood, marry unhappily 'I he new firm hup not mil) t Mittain llie reput'nlimitetl Comfurt and bo almost abandoned bv her husband tho farm tho objection to selling tho grain mounted near by. tation of the old, but inleml. lo make many nn all Coupon Tukel Ollircs In the South In tho central portion of the ship is n combeeauBO he preferred the excitement of tho j Is Kirtly overcome, viz., tho exhaustion of pioicmcntsin tho nnniilaituie of totiaim xlnili )ou will find our lime tallies and liikets. Say U We tll Mill he to the interest of our ii.limer. gaming tabio to the quiet of a lovely home, the soil sinco the bran retains most of the partment, iu subdivisions of which nro et M'Niou anil stick to Muiinn, il )ini want ilevute speiiat attention Ij our Natural Leaf lion. d prondse mineral matters wh.ch can not bo derived electric motors to furnish propelling power, It was therefore no ou In sate Itimiev and have a pleasant journey. hr.imls ul KenlticLj's licst lea'. IHinVinK Ii (). MiCOKMICK the wings being designed to pnrtako somethat I gave in answer to tho appeal. A little from tho air. forpit favors an.l usLititC fur a coiiliiiualUMi uf (leueral I'asteiuer Acenl, ChuaKCi your trade, ue rcinun gesiititfull) your.. AViiciu corn has already been damaged what of the appearance of a bird's wing, while afterward she died. City Inlet Acents and Olhier. MAX I IN .V I'l.UKINS jm K. A lli.ssr.s, it till Ave., I ouitsille, Ky Civlllo was bright, wiiuome nud a marvel by chinch bugs a furrow should bo plowed I. M. T.iKSRvm. il) Vine it, Ciiuiunall, Ohiu of loveliness. When old enough she was against the row, the clay being well thrown placed Iu a boardlnjr-sclioo- l under the care up, and dressed with a boo. This plan will DR. W. B PENNY, A nwt el of purity, 'llus ponder never vanes strength anil wholes mtnt of two most exemplary ladies. The father check tho pests tmfllciently to permit of a More ec iiiomipi THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. than the (military Lin l, anil c innol he sold in meanwhile went to Sun Krauciseo and start In the growth of fodder. competit on with the multitude of low test, short notorious among tho fashionable and Tin: owner of tho farm should dovoto nn ttelght alum or pVuphate pottders Solil only in STA.N KOKIl, KKNTL'CIC V. heavy gamblers of that city. In n few hour or two every week In looking over his earn KotAi lUklNi. I'lituiKK I'"., TheKrrilest rediiclion in prue ever Inovin at W all Mteet, Ncu l ink years Civillo acquired all th" graces of premises, with pencil and paper in hand, W'AI.I i;i 11 I.I. lis' lir.t la.s .hnemic and repair and was udmlred not only for und the memoranda which this examination womanhood hii I hankiHC my frlsnds for Ihrir pail favor. Office on l.ani.itr lreel, teconddour from I solicit the All kinds in her surpassing beauty but brilliant accom gives him may bo transferred IU 1113 mem- lot us Lnihce (lilitc liourt from 1 to 11 done in the same of the future. warranted of work .tvle and kett la Kivs a m audi ti 3 p. in Anesthetic, atlminl'teretl salisfaitmn or no A pllshments. She had Just graduated when, ' orundum book under tho appropriate heads. ' L ' pa). AiivthinRiu iron or wood S t i)r when necessary. VYHIIUUI. Illiy UIIIIOUIIIIJIIIVIIL ! Ul llir. pill (IO.U, WuV f that veil waul Kite me a trial and he i mi vim ed. I.v tho pruning r of peach trees It Is better W VI 1KR KII.I DS.liirntrsiillr her heartless parent appeared. Not having that a 'xirlioii of the young growth bo " ' seen him sinco she was three or four ears wnoiiy cut awny, leaving just sumeiont EDWARD H. FOX, jjff--n' Co., PhilaW old, It required no little persuasion to Induce wood to bear the next, season's fruit. If III" '.'.'. 7'r."' ' ' Wi V -ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, her to believe in his Identity, und when ho manure is applied it should bo used late in l'1" . "J told her that It was his intentlou to tako tho winter, when it Will tend to prevent It i jii oKI imltlmniuuhly reli.iMc.i lUNYILliK, KY. her to the Pacific slope with him, she more early growth and cscajxi the danger from tho upper row of wings propolling tho ship cuinpiim, now In it. 41. t cr with J11.5ifi.00c Tho Original Wins. forward and slightly upward, whllo tho dip assets .out jj.'.oo.ivio Mirpfus Its rates are m than ever rebelled at the thought of going early frosts. C. K, Simmons, St. I. null, I'rop'r Ion .m am 0I1I .iinl rcll iMc ionipan, with so far from homo with ouo who was iu M A. Simmons l.lvrr Medicine, l'.it'd (air ileallnt .1 reput it ion Is experiments made on the farm of tho and stroke of tho wings may lie adjusted tinMirpaiMTil for Ilasmoicil to Ins elegant lien liuiMirt,; opp ite reality a stranger. After looking athlm Ohio State University it wus noted that within certain limits. Tho ruddor is made I's.o. In the U. b Court lit mats I In none anil pi uw to unit er)hoil the postothic and i belter Ih in ever prepare I to II. Zrilln, I'rop'r A.Q.Simmons I.lv. steadily for some time, she placed her there was u positive and considerable loss somewhat iu tho shape of a fish tail, ami W011I1I call the of Im.lnwni turn to ft aicominodalc the pulilii s Kit tine pi tu.c. fr .in er Kit'd by ZclllniSc. new cmlou incut aiiuiniilatcil surplus ami 6 per photograph t'i life sue. Sati.failin Kuarautce I. hands upon his shoulder, und in tones full in boiling whole corn for hogs; In feeding consists of two fans arranged snlo by side M.A. S, I.. M, has for 47 )ean policies irantreil Isinils plan of emotion, said : " If you are not my father, scalded meal, however, tho results were ap- iu the sanio plane The ship is elevated cent irii unun in.nrcil on the of one rate as tnen cured iNPioKiiinrr, llll missus. lit thlsls tho crudest act of your life." Taking parently very different, the hogs so fed lay- principally through tho Introduction of tho i lTinri,sicK H(riAciir(,I.os'. JOHN K FACI.KNEH. O. W METOALF. JR , ArriTiTi, soi'K Momach, Ktc. District Aginl for KcntucV) her hands, ho kissed her, and replied : " I ing on llesh much more rapidly than thoso concentrated gas In tho longitudinal tubes Itcv T II. It earns. I'tslor.M. H. into the gas chambers, and nsceuslon may shall soon convince you, Civillo that 1 am fed on dry ear corn. Church, Adams, Tsnn., wrttrt: "1 AHY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. ulso be facilitated by exhausting the nlr your father have no fear." At this mina 1 snouu nave oren dead but Tin: most experienced shepherds ! lor your Genuine M. A. Sim JIAUIIOI'RVII.I.K, juncture her guardian appeared uud recog- that sheep should never be turned advlso from other small chambers, and filling mom I.lvcr Medicine. I hate Into a them wiih gas, whllo tho ship may bo nizing Colonel Gardner, ull the doubts of yard otnetlinei had lo tubslllutt with cattle and other stock. Their lowered by external valves arranged with his daughter were dispolled. "Zeilln's itull" for your Mrdi timid nature makes them u prey to all other connecting cords within easy reach. Tho TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Will practice in any cnurt in Itt.tcru Kcntiiikv Accompanying the father was a Mr. , COW,, cine, but It doo'l answer the Ktamiualiuns ut Una litis, made atprnally Any animals, and hence they shojld bo guarded strength ami character of tho walls allow purpose." n member of Congress, and being presentsue traits of timber, nul and mineral lands f r I a fine K ller Mill in Dr. J. It. Cravr. HJItor T llaiin reieuily equippe from harm. Thuy nro hooked about by tho for great expansion of tho gns, and au, r ed, ho soon had Civillo fascinated by the thctoun if Stanford t iat we ilcfi an) Mill In sale. Information turnishtd on auy oint and if Mrmnhlt. Irnn. aavs lit I rrccivrd a riarkaie of Your I.l.rr brilliancy of his conversation. But ho had p"lc, and piayfully stamped utwu by the tomatically working valves are arranged to e.ital In iialit "f it tlr. we think the uttien. of resiMindcnce solicited and colts. (Jivo tltmit their own par accommodate tho varying internal uud ex- the lount) h uld hive county pride enough to klrdiclnr, and hate useJ hallof It. a bad, bad fare. There was not u line Ju It Vv 1.1 ihemme It win Vt like a charm, f want no atronte ami ternal pressures iu upper and lower strutu fur m whom 11 tustiincoiKcr.i that we wish to the that could be regarded as a letter of recom- ticular domain. mav arc In better I.lvrr Itrirulator and cer "K.vrcKi.iNo," or snapping of the fetlock of air. eyes boded uo mendation and his snake-lik- e market lo bin "ur wheat and r. rn and will al taluly no more of Zcilin'i roiitur. joint is generally tho result of n sprain, wa good to tho fair young creature. sive the highest market price for same. We KflW't of tlin Atiiiotplii-r- r on llrlt'k. have added some new nisi Inner) I our irrn meal through which tho tendons are weakened. Preparations weio mailo for the departAtmospheric intlueuce upon bricks, tiles, department and can now make meal to suit ani ure, nud at the appointed titno they left for Tho treatment should bo as follows; Fo- and other building materials obtained by pcr.011 Iicannut he ciiiialled b) an) other mill STANFORD, ',KY , California amid tho regret of many friends. ment with hot water, wipe the skin dry, tho burning of plastic clays depends very in thi v limit) W'c ofirit a trial in our flour and All Civillo instantly became a pronounced belle and immediately rub Into it a mixture of much on the chemical composition of the meal tlcpartmeut call having j;rain ih our line for sale will please at the Mill, where our E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. and her society was sought ou all sides. half u pint of alcohol ami ono ounce of tinc- clays and on the degreo of burning agent will he found at all tunes, who will give the Thus Balls, parties and theaters all claimed her ture of ciiiitharides. After six hours apply any distinct portions of limestone present best prices for same. Ilrau and shtpittitT alwa). W. X POTTS, slock. as a guest, and it was not long before sho sweet oil. Repeat after two days. them would be I Suit., Stanford lUller Mill Co If the grain food is reduced too much in the kiln, nnd couv rted into quicklimo 151 tf was a spoiled and wayward child. when the bricks were in Hotel .nil iniinii m of this dissipation, her there will bo a.falllng off in the milk, which thoroughly wetted would expand In such a and This old As tho result CHICKEN health failed and she returned to tho should bo guarded ng.uust. Cows, to yield manner as to disintegrate the tnnss. If tho its hiijh rputatiw,and lis I'ropnetcir i. drtcmun. i profitable returns, should keep up a good clay livEast only to continue her fast mode of ed that it shall be sccom! Is no iiinntr) II lei in' used is too poor that is to say, if it ing. One day sho sent me her card. I called yield through cold weather, as that Is tho contains an excess of sand the brick's will the Mate in lit Pare, AppoiNtmtnl., or Attru nt tho hotel and found her in an exieiisivc time when butter brings the lcst price. not become sufficiently fused, uud upon exand tlon la hit itinxts. llc;ase coovejed t Parisian robe which set off with line effect Tho labor of caring for tho cows is tho same posure to weather their constituent parts from depnt fre of charge .Scial an"mtii' .la s or tho will sepanite. It is to bo observed that iu her oriental style of beauty, but tho change when they give one-hatiwisto Commcnial travelers amount of milk tiicj should in her personal appearance was sturtling. bricks, us in stones, decomposition does not As F.it ns chemistry can decide, tho min- tako place with tho greatest rapidit) where In plaeo of the rich color that had tinged '"AMTA'IY" t her olive complexion was tho artificial red eral ingredients of straw undergo no change constant moisture exists, but rather where, of a cosmetic, an unnatural light glistened by long or short contact with animal excre- from tho nbsonce of capillarity, variable acScotch Wool in her eyes, and tho dark lines around them ment. Tho rotting straw may, and probably cording to the moisture furnished by the and hollow checks told the story of u shat- does, ubsorb additional nitrogen, chlorine, atmosphere, either directly or Indirectly, a Uderwear. and other volatile mauurnl elements, either series of alternations of dryness and hutered life. Notice 1. heril i;iven tlut the unditsii'iHu ho There was literally nothing left of her from the air, or from tho manure in contact midity prevail. own ion than three fourths of the shares ui the bright, joyous nature, and I quickly saw with it, und thus increase in value. Tho utock of the t tab (Irihard and Ihippill dap PliATTS Tho foundation walls of buildings do not 'turnpike lto.nl Comp in, a corporation iKan she was acting a part (it which her inner- manurial elements of tho straw itself can in fact suffer so much iu tho parts immeUed under an Art of tin. (tenetal sctnhl of "ENGLISH LASTING" my ar- not be changed most soul revolted. Shortly after diately upon the ground as they do Iu thoso Kelituckv, approved I ebruarv 1;, lsn and mti Tins mistake of wuterlm horses soon nt a height of from ono to three feet, acrival, tho card of one of the most notorious tied 'An Ait to inioririti llie I rab Onh.r.lA (V f w iwnmivKit 9 1 after feeding la often very mischievous, and cording to the permeability of the materials Chappt'l's (lip Turnpike Itoad (.oinpanv," timet in the city was handed up and he .si.clutrd thiiiiliis t"K'rtlur as aulhonrd h an quickly followed. He greeted her as " My causes a good deal of trouble, of which the employed When bricks made of clay conof Kentmkv, ap Arl of the Central lidy Guy Spanker, of Kan Krunclsco," in a origiti Is not tsusp.vtod. The food, not di- taining free silica are laid iu mortar, ami Send for Prlco List. prmiil April ,t, U, arrrl entitled "An it an gested, is washc 1 out of tho stom.ich into moisture can uss freely from either ono or stylo that was at once fani'Mur und degradSs. tliorifini; turnpike, 1; ravel and plank road iniiu 4th and Mam A. nles chartcrcsl by sprsial Act. ol ing, uud in mi instant til" truth dawned tho bowels, und. on t.i" movement of these, tho other, it maybe observed that the edges reorynn si and operate their road undtr srhhly to upon me; sho was no longer a pure womun. caused by work or by bmg d.'iveu on the iu contact become harder than tholxxlyof I imiUmIIi, K ntu. kv the general lnisfnrlloo laws of rsenluckv." an.1 Rising to leave, I took both of her hands iu road, tho softened, watery matter is passed tho bricks. No doubt this arises from the Have aluminum anil rriitiiui.nen ine rij;oi in Tliotisnttds of dollars worth of mine and looked her earnestlv in the eyes. quickly out of the Intestines. Modieino Is formation of a silicate of lime ami alumlnu, aid cmnpanv under the afores ild i barter as chickens die every year from Cholobviously u.seloss iu such u caso. lerantrdbv tin said Art of the (ienrrnl As.emllv, Her own glunco was lowered in a moment tho lime being furnished by tho passage of and have orsaiilaed apiirot ed' I ebruarv 17, era. It is more fatal to chickens than and with an impatient wave of her hand, AVucv only one or two, out of a numberof the water through the bod of mortar. 0'. !. toneioitii a bmlv tortHirate iisiler ths- uemrulin sho said: "No preachiu?, no preaching!" torporation law. of thin Mate, vis inapt r (fM'ttlH" all other (licenses combined. Hut the cows, have their milk affected, the cause llnrutll, i tlit .irJt ttet i.u.kIuh). . (.1 peril Statutes and I Ik amendments thereto A few days aga she sent for me. 1 found can generally bo usivrrained by changing I discovery ol a iciueoy 111.1t positn th All the stockholder, ot the lloresaid I rab Drrh inl Ill :iu fill on (iliis.. her quite ill. In tio of her paroxysms of the food, an item at a time, till tho cause is und I linppill's (Up 'I urnpikt Itoad I ottipariv curt$ it has been made, and to be con To write or draw on glass, it Is necessary toughing she requested me to html her removed; fori ctane", If corn meal Is fed, .liallbi mrmhirsot the ImhIv infior.iti- to be or- - vinced of its efficacy only requires a X 11111 it undi r this Willi r tamo medicine tint was standing near me ehango it to bran ornnddluigs, uud if. ufter to impart to the surface a certain degree of 2875. The na ne of the on uiuation shall hi tin Crab trial a 50 cents bottle is enough fir iua glass. I did so. Iu th eouro of a few waiting a sufficient time for u ehungo of roughness. This may bo done by grinding On hard and Olteiihilin I urtipike Koad ( oiupitiir It is guarminutes she beg in totnlk nud net strangely, flavor, uouo ocx uw, i huuge the hay for fod- or etching, but much moro easily by applyindils pruuipal lilaie of business shall belrili one hundred chickens nnd before I was aware of it hho suddo.ily der, corn stalks, straw, or aome othor kind ing some opproprialo vanish. A good matt Onhard, Kv. I lie Ktneral busines. .hall hi to anteed If, after using two thirds of operate the n til now cunstructetl and known a.. varnish is made fjy dissolving in two ounces leaped from the bed und sa zmg a stillotlo of hay, nud again wait results, nml bo on till a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly thi I rab On hard and I h.iiipell s Cap I urnpiki-111thut laid uii tho dresiug table, ul lempted to n complete ihauge is effected By this of other M grins, of Huitdtirtu. and .M grins, aililltiiilial turniilke from Ih, rt to ' .. n. to j o , plunge it into tier bosom, Portunatoiy 1 ar- coiiMO the cause of bid II rar of any kind mastic, and milling beii7ol, present tiimlnus of .aid nail to (lltembclni and satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken according to tho fineness of tho matt rewhtiiioitipirled to operate the whole road Cholera, return it to the undersigned rested her hand in time to prevent tlri fatal will bo pretty su.v to bo discovered. 'I he apital .lock author. d shall be unv amount quited. The varnish Is applied to tlnr cold blow, but Civillo at tho same instant fainied noleiieedinjf twintv tbmi.aiid ilollar. and shall iind your monev will be; refunded. plato after it has set. The gluss may le nnd fell ut ni feet. HENNERY HINTS. be paid - it .mh time, and upon sui h tondition. for "sale I.) Mi Ki 'cr. & SliKg hunted to insure a firm and oven grain. To A doctor was mstaiitjy summoned, and as sh ill h.- prim nhed bi the lilreclorv I he couimenci inent of this i orporaltim sb ill be "Yai:m cooked food early iu tho morning, render the glass again transparent, after examining tho glass, said thut the poor girl pril 1, on prii 1. ism), uud shall terminate on had taken a mixture of opium. Hometl es with u little pepper in it, will warm up the writing upon it, apply with a brush a solulot Newport News & Miss. Valloy Co. licuo, and ausist thoir laying m winter. of sugar or gum ucaeia tion wero quickly upplied und on being rentored I hi .iff urs ol this art- to be ion ot a I'rt. Still bettor as a surfueo for writing or dm ted bv a Diriitur) Hoard eompsMs-to consciousness sho voluntarily told mo Taiiix scraps nro much moro profitably idciit and four Dirvttor. who shall bi 1 In tut on 1I1 'fiih tr.nk to I'ri it l vr it o n fed to hens than to hogs; It is sons to but- drawing is a varnish of sugar. Dissolve her story. It was what I had iu part tin 1st s.iturdav in April of each )imr u aeon J termilk and any egotublo refuse during equal purls of white uud brown sugar In lo wlntli The biiht.t amount ol iiideblrilm-sk'W u i; water to a thin sirup, add alcohol, anil ap tinl be tliriedir atIt ,ii tls i ",,,i I hi!rfim .t hiirht , tin. torporation sbull al am timt subjut it.elf Her father had literally sold her to the winter months. d horse In tin i dollars fifteen momber of Congress who had accompanied Pai.i: combed chickens nro affected with ply to hot glass plates. Tho film dries very Kintuckv nlfi rid t' tin p i. it M" I hi a prue .lull not exitedpropirt) hundred stockholder, .hall of the The prtv iff them to Sail Francisco, nine or ten years cholera. Feed them wheat oneo a day with rapidly, and furnishes u surface on which mil on titni- - .o iibir ii corporate tlelila. It Wevemptfrom the 0I1 -before, und stop by btep she had been led u little coal-oi- l II Miller, J lluclian.iii. J110 II Ows-leon it. Stir the wheat well It is perfectly easy to write with ix'n or eucil. The best ink to use i India ink, $30 to Insure a Living1 Colt. Ksr of I' I Iltnubvr, dtt M , Jas S I ish, PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS from bad to worse until sho became u pro- bo tho oil will spread over it. v I in M J Harris, iltt'd. Harris, Adm'r of bo with nounced member of the She Autth i m. heat for laying hens has been made sugar added. The drawiug canu luo SircdbvWII KIVmMIC WVIIKK.sln of Ml.ii k 10I11J ( ountv, Ab III) It Carpenter, Town ol PCrab periuuuent by varnishing with lived regally, was the observed of ull ob- frequently, tried ami discarded. T. Onhard, b Kiuj.-i.l- i loliv.W M I ns, It makes I'rinti j iilj, i ;'ii, und tin' dam ul Poll ml servers und Haunted her shame in tho faces tho birds too tender and susceptible to the or mastic varnish. III uk Jmk, a i. To Wnahliifftou, Richmond and Dam Alley, trial i my., dam ol Wilton, ? ini of hor former associates with the reckless cold when going out doors. Triuisler I'uprr. and Allurt I ranee, j ii,, l) It 1 MIYCK'' lie.-tof tin mti'n abandoned woman. I "! Old Point Comfort. Coi.n water for drinking is better than CirimvoM Hraekelsberg's multiplying p.ior consists II Willi. Kl'OM Finding that lviwmstrantowui of uo avail, warm for hens. They nro apt to drink moro of sheets of paper, each ono supplied with 11 'J'rial to ivairun aSi.V.or.inililHin l l''l)lnn Morgan I discontinued mv lislt.s, Shortly after this, warm Wilkin. Miiawlicruns lrtilh Hv.dvrk'i, Hani water limn is good for them. They coloring layer, whoso principal element is Metoiumi, dam l.ailj llronn, il.un'nl Piikniik, IiucideiiUillyleuriindtli.it she had chosen will sometimes drink till they vomit. It is II violet aniline methyL An oiled leaf ' "litl'v hii.Ie' the stago for a profession, for iu herJUrhcr different with warm food, which strength- serves as a hard, smooth under layer. I'lace !s'ii;gir f .inci, miii Aiiieriiaii u, lar, Kriinil tl.iin In LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE To Louluvllo of 1. in miu of Ainirii.in rind Cinclinnntl. years sho was an excellent unutyn und ens them. a sheet of the copy pacr on this, then a l.illji-- i MlcawbiTiIii.it siMini; and lift but few Wilkins Coiuiri tuui,iliri-c- t for all (mints in the that backed by a wealthy lluuiicier whose und write with a of writing RAILROAD. lirt'iilin anil threat purso enabled her to wear mugnillcent toi- noFkkiii.vu for eggs is the principal thing, sheet lead pencil. pjier. back of the writing lolts, hut from InsIicj.mii:spi'i'd, rich proinl-- c ul a ahum! tut in.iKiilfitcnt form, The mutter what breed of fowls ono may hard lets, sho had become an actress. WEST, NORTH-WES- T I he Oreat AND liriilunil circir, both on llie track .mil in the keep for winter laying Mashed otatoos paper will give a negative of tho writing in ino.t Not long ago, while visiting n friend, I iu the soft foixl arc very desirable two or high color. Wet tho copy sheet thoroughly, stud Major Thomas Morton, ol New iirk, wrnte n that lie nfuvil for Wilkin. SOUTH-WES- T. met a bright little girl ubout eight years of three times a week. Vegetables arc necesuud from it twenty or more copies cun bo short time bifore hi. death an offer of THROUGH TRUNK LINE. uge. There was something strangely fasary, an well as grain and animal food for a made, which will not mil nor show n $15,000, and the uri'.it dri ir, C arl llurr, sals that Ii. The- at ill death miliar in her eyes and mouth uud after conNo, 4, .Nj.j gelatinous coating. Embroidery und compas- he lias .llu'.lj.s cou.ldered t sii.taiiudthe the lo.s of full development of tho of Wilkins Miiawbir bretders versing with her for uw bile, I said; "You any breed of wultry. laying capacities of s-sawing in hrrn. rum 13 "87. Dail) patterns are finely rendeied in one of the v in Kn.atet of all the Kreat son. ut old Dally Kx. Sun nro so wonderfu ly like uu old friend of mine Il.iiiiliklnnljii Tiik small tilings on the farm should this way. Itvsilyck'. I latnlik tmiiiHi.M liu nircil lot!i I re unci that 1 can almost imagine I am talking with never bo I.te I. cunt wile 6 50 a in 7 01 p It has often happened il.miofll VIIKAWAY ha.slred U 3 piperlorintrx Aitliii'lul liiriiliatlon in Kgypt. Arr Lexington . o 3i p m ii 50 a in her Civillo Oarduer wus her name." that whendespised.has occurred with crops -- With fuilure anil has lri.d 105 son. nlai have sired over 0011 " While hulphur Springs. One of tlnv oldest Industries in Kgypt Is 1 .pi performers and has slrid the dams of " Why, how singular," replied the young tho flock 5 10 a ni " Charluttstillc V.MJiintt 50 per of chickens have paid for many artificial egg hutching, principally engaged 10 p in 11 40 a in girl ; " that wus my mother's name, I have with ricnnU ol nrniluj.' pi " Richmond 9 ou p ni j 50 p nt utt ho grocery store, whllo a small III Jiy'Copts. There arc said to bo 700 estab- torinir. greatest triittinj.' jhor.e and bitter, tntit has Iiiin the heard, though I never knew her, for I was i articles iriKeiiitor " Newport New. 10 33 a m b 33 p ni flock of sheep that havo picked up nearly lishments of this nature iu the country, und ji;t appeared, und .M.I.IK, the il.im of llarkaway. " Old l'oint Comfort 11 ui a m hent to a convent when an mfaut. Shots the whole 7 00 p m " Norfolk of their subsistence tho greater tho production of chickens from the ovens Is one of hi. two greatest ilauKliters 'llie mil 11 40 a m ; 40 p m dead, they tell me, but I don't believe It, for portion a ' Wathiniiiou horse approaching pf tho year have brought in quite a Is ostimuted at from 10.000,01)0 to 12,000,000 producin) dams Itjsilick'i. ilatnbletonas ire sire 9 40 P ni 8 lj p nt every birthday und anniversary I receive a of Louisville " llalnmore is Aniiric.m .Stir, the 11 .5 pm 11 13 p m nnnually. The season for incubating lasts l.adv llrowti, the dam of Wilkins Micaiibcr We Philadelphia basket of beautiful tlowers or some other sum when most needed. 3 i) a imam will bear of To Nashville, ork Ji'st ut this time we can not nvoid calling through three months of tho early summer. know the brtcillnif and IIAIIKAWAV ronfidence 6 in a ml 6 10 a ni I" Ne gift, with always the sume thing written on we have ever) attention to tho importance of discarding The country jieople bring egRs to the pro- the closest anal). I. the card by the same hand, and I feel mro Memphis, that he will produce speed indue believe those The use of prietors of tho " furroogs," and give two natronirlnj; him will realize as much profit Iroin 1hnt It. Is mv inotfipr who ahuiia thmn. ntul I tho stulo egg us a nest-egLexington Division Trains run liy Central time his produce as from the produce of any horse In Atlanta, Main I.iueTraiiK cast of lltinlini'lon run hy Ka,t that some duy I ahull meet her und BUrh eKK ,n llot 0,ll.v ,l ltll' practice, as good eggs for every newly hatchod chick. the land, und hi. fillies should make brood marcs ern time, which is one hour fatter than Central llioy oiteu get hroucn in tho nest, nut they lovo her." Montgomery, worthy the embrace of the bluet blood Ilreeil-crtime. way and Onk of the best and simplest remedies lire Imitti! tn call und examine for thun.clte ADDITIONAL TRAINS As sho looked nt mo, her large, lustrous also find their Mails,into the 11, daily ex Little Rock, crept Sunday, leave Olive Hill -- No. ni; Mt. blur to tho market tho consequence being for torpid livor or biliousness is a glass of the hor.e and his produce Attention U called to eyes filled with tears, but she little realized 445 a that the reputation of the seller is greatlv hot water with tho juleo of half a lemon the follou Inj; extract linRooaimarriie Leviniiton 833 a in; arrive nt Mobile and New Orleans.. tho truth, or how much the old mail before injured. Cincinnati via Winchester 11 33a ni. Olnkv, Ui , Mar. 10, iVtj The best nost-egis the squeezed iu it, but no sugar, night uud No ii, daily except Sunday, Irate Cincinnati her knew about the poor woman who could llarkaway never made what intild be which any ono can grow. remorning. A person to whom this was Only one cliaujc lo points in loop niiLeviiuinnsjspm; arrive Mi. Sterllni not give her child her own name without called a n'a.on In hi. life until miu bought hlin 11 p m; Olive Hill v jo p iu 7 It is a grout mistake to crowd too many commended tried it, and found himself bet- Our piople weie ah.olutel)' dciil lo the merits ol d und a having it repeated as " a No. 5, dally, leave Clifton Korue at 7 00 a m: & reproach." I took her little hands in mine, fowls together in one apartment. A house ter utmost immediately. His daily head- tbctrnttir llc.crvril bothmares whin tlirie ii.ir. Ciiirle-tnnyip in; arnte Ashland 3 40 n m: old iiud not two colts, owmd here, and von Colnmbus 11 it p , mid Bald: "I will help you to find your six by eight feet with a yard thirty feet aches, which medicine had failed to cure, could not buy either for fjoo. You can "not No.fi. daily leave Ashland 7 iu u ni; arrlte ill my durling, und may you both bo square uddiilouul. will not accommodate left him; his appetite improved, and ho buy a llurk.iivay)nunKMer in or around OJney for mother, Charleston 11 11 am, Clifton Forge 7 36 p m ot common less than He huppy." But I ktiew that this could nevor over ono dozen fowls. Board floors aro trained soveral iwuntls within n few woeks. served in Insoo to 4500, out marc, and tnari't toal. EMIGRANTS I uN nun Meeplni; Cars on all ifiroiigh whole life j trains not iu bettor than earth. Hoard floors are al This is so simplo a remedy that any person Old Dominion Stcam.hips be. ncvcral yiars he ran wild In pasture and covMon for ways dry, and can bo kept much cleaner thus afflicted will do well to givo it u trial, ered no mans, during the time I was trvlnj; to xc Seeking home, ou the lin of thi. mid ; ill receive ap, I ucsday, Wednesday, leave Norlork onSatur 'I liurtilay and Perhaps tho eyes of thut mother may by Specivl rales. day nt 6 30 p m for New York. and sweeter. An application of slaked as it can not iwsslbly do any harm, I would $t under or t 1) on top of the whether accident rest upon tills little sketch, und If lime on jSceaienlioi this Company fur rales, routes .t fi"r. ille'"i K:,.e,. Infnriinllon, etc., apply nt sod, II. C. hvNiH. the boards Is worth u dozen on tho . so, It will serve to romlo'l her of one who nlTue or addrest Aildresi, W. A UUSSKI.b.or c"orwm,,0C.l..Ar.MOItr.H.l'.'&T.A.. Joses- -" certainly uot. A lien always W.C WICKIIAM, 11. WKULLKR, Btill takes uu interest in ner wouuro aim Rround. If more board iloors wero used, illva v, - -- ,, . .' ,, , J II. KXOI.I'.MAN, nri,, , rim rnnrn Inir.- Khn -, j- LouUvllle, Ky. uuu ruiueuics ivoum uc d ......0j (Jen'l I'at.'r Aijt. Hiieiter Danville, IC). would be glad to hoar from her oiice more. jus- uiaiiiit-uiunidoesn't cuckla late." Motion Coiiruf. needed. W.NCL JOUS i wcll-botu- UNCLE JOHN'S COMEB. If- -. Ui Tar-tleul- nr eM-aolc- ua at-ta- f 2 E.iiff 13 PHOTOGRAPHER, A NKW FAST MAIL ' I lf t- ir 11.1 half-hearte- ' POWDER it-- "r.t Absolutely Pure. ho-ca- DENTAL SURGEON, vH4p; I ' . " "t "- 'a. the Pcnu y'Vim InInsurance INSURE delphia. Mutlal Life THAT FIGHT r, illii-lim- i atti-niio- C NOTICE K. ' fjr. 11 uell-knoi- HAITTEH5 - - Cholera Cure! s lf two-third- Notice of Incorporation and fi Rc-orjjaiitati- be AM-mbl- y jfc$f& li, HHBMWHYI - iim-tru- 1 1 111 - sus-)ccte- d. It i s i it Chesapeake & Ohio 11 deuii-moud- EAST s -- Lo L& M(D WEST Mli.iw-lnrjut- SOUTH & WEST 111 ' 1111 ' ' , s egg-bask- g egg-gour- lo ARKANSAS TEXAS. ii i ' f W i "i