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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888031301 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. A STATESMAN ANO A WRITER. COD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH d3, d888. IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. NO. 9. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY; Mli.t. Srui.Niin, VYSK(Nit'NTVl.Mnr.7. To the iimny rvuileni of tliiH I'nltwl r.(jiii). to you my IiImih m Stnti-s- , I hirnru rvirsinl to our future inMurlly uml LiriTKIl FKOM UKOIU.K O.llAILVKS in tho llmt place I favor democratic rule, for I liellvu tlio country will Moiiii.k, Ai.a., Munli S, 18S8. imwinT Itetter under (leinoeraeytliununPi'iit In'tkiiioiu Last Friday morning tier ix'publieun extraviKanee, I Hay tliirij the day after writing you last I (jot .I I t ii It lift i I'ldll iw II llll m " , u,lV we neede nothing ol another wrench of my poor hack, which eral th iil'i (lew tot hat doleful sciatic nerve of mine, , In iiiiliiii'f nl 11111I iiiiiiiiiMttllHill !....... where lie stoied up fuch dreadful i;apac . ., HI. .IM ...... niritiiil illir.f.i... lllMltlll . iint Ml J I think lul.l..l.l..... ' of . except mmiinh to defray the expense . III ll.illlir ,1 Ullllll. Ill.l.' lllll. of I114I t Kiich the leneral fjverment, then let um nave electrically thrilling icionhM. And the ',",, n tariir for revenue only, and let that he i.i : jt 1.. :.. t... ...1 ....i... inni-Miic11111111:111 in vviirn niowiwpoHlbe, then KJiy down with I know tliov an; only waiting the uiniiridiahol....111..., I. t he doKiiiiw and creed,J mid wire enl touch of him, who ocs about thin ,1. Hkeemerrt and political hnmmerM usurped poxxcKsion of liin, markinj: lim 1W . . viK-atprotective tariir, ami u ., with the roarof ,.,. ,.ll ..tlior ' l,ri'-- v a,", HprmuiiiK n I 1. i....:, ... w .... nun r .. I II HIHl' III l.lll ri.l.f I . .1 mu ........ ii.t,,,. 11 iiunurv 11011. 11111 ih wie onv .1... .a- wmthcrn taxable articles and the good dod, . .....i v or bids us "fear. ese t hat t beduty isoppre.sie on,,. ,11,,. ,. 10 onlv wakes the hUiiilKTing capaci- the so further mor I be ve , tj going ties of b iks w t bin us, bv Um gentle truMK mid imwi monopoly that I know nothing more tri tlv Sa- ' . ..... into on 11 the U.S. will eentualy tanie than tbiHsulctitiition of tlie Illess- home ting, we will not like to see hi if, for hiuifelf, which the devil hit , tharn h fraud coiuelng on ,1... people succeeded n foisting upon the Church, it, so,, congress ,,f l,,,HH f.Mnmentators," -- i. ...i ..,.! UI.....1 ,y ,n,,1"" ....1 1 .,,. T..iiKly expounding I.uke 12:5 and Mat .." , ...,-- ,,, "" iron, a. ui . n-- ., ().os, There we are told to fear , nn-- i ami sugar iniM, ami our iru-i.1... .!....!! IIIHII S..I I r.AII IIMI. Illll I... ..I , ...! I4KII1-IIII! 'HI 'I II evrv thing is going I..... trusts' na llu. Miil.kiMiiii.il vi. .u 111111 llll-- l, .k...., ........ alinuv and iM'inir monopolized by the greedy How guilt-drive- n men, stninblhii; over t.ipttalists, which may leede to business scripture, have, through this most com e tumbles, and lliiautial imlMrasment. forting word, been taught to be afraid of tliollnest and best country upon, (mmI, instead of icassured in His prcs- liae the globe and. the raw material to man- '...,.... ! .'lit .11til I .H I.IIPV III. l.llUII.MIU'llil ,.f f,.l.. 'I" ' ufacture near v evrv ncedefiil aiticle that 'exegesis, that wondering angels weep goes to make up our supply and wants over. and It wont be long uiilill we can cope. U'..ll 1 .. ....I ,. 1....1 l.VI.I.,.. ...,.,.. t I', i iiii.i. iiii.i iiiiil;, nun coiiint'te w th foreign uat (ins, in re lost two services at Cuba; and was bare- garde to our exports and imports, audi Iv able to get through twoothersou Sun- inn not in favor of foricgn emigration and day morning and night, sponkitu; from bche it should be sloped, thare is more inv chair in much weakness. Mean iiiMinle in this count rv now than ran while, had come that a the good iiiak u comfortable living, tli.m fore we tir.Mii. l.iiii. t.liif... lifiil lii.i.ti fi.itii.l 111 P.. li. ,,,,, , should not incouragc pauper lals.r, be-- 1 Al)i, W(. basis of weltli and we , labor ,in,i n.Ml f,mr davs, nils M,,,.f should try to protect home labor mitflit lt- - alilo to B(t(IIK tlint. Ilm. home rool and home manufactures am j J( (t uw l(llti1B Sllll(lnv IK.xl. when we d. this it wont 1k long iintill Si w. ,,,,, llnlwir friln,,s ,,,,,, we will become one of the most prorper- - Mll1,nv nltih. mn lUsytl , Meridian; ,,, M A () ni, Jlrrv ous nations upon earth, although we get t(M)k ( lwiiir f inmiey needeful articles from foreign v,i hl ,hN ,.itvTn,.M(laVA. m., at o o'clock, , lands but we pay dearly for them when ))(ir 1IIIItwl wns It i'Uvihjr Tine hup-plnt-H- Corn SI jier barrel. It was rumored here Saturday that V. M. Hill had been wounded at .lellieo. V, ll.iker, former clerk of F. I.. Thompson, is traveling for a Lexington grocery house. II. I!. Fish, of Fountain Head, Teun., is here to see his father, -- -(. i ,',',. ,.,.. ', 1 . 1 1 ,,, ,..i . i, Judge Fish. John l'roctor, upon whose head the doctors operated a mouth since, isslight-l- y better. Drs. ijvell and Urown removed a large tumor from the breast of Mrs. Samuel llysinger Wednesday. Henry McClurc was up at your place Friday to see Dr. Carpenter. "Fishie," who has just returned from Frankfort, says he introduced a bill lor moving back the mountain from l'iue-vill- e. are selling at 10 cents per dozen. Potatoes are worth 80 cents to $ a bushel. Kightecii applicants for pensions were examined by the medical board at this place last Wednesday. John Khcrlinc, who has been station agent at Hazel Patch for the past year, is clerking in the dry goods department of Jackson it Co. Kobert Morris and William Crawford, charged with the murder of Gregory, were tried Saturday bcfoie Squire linker. The squire will not render bis decision pefoic Monday, but it is the. opinion of those who heard the testimony tiiat Crawford will be held without bail, while Morris will piobably be al-- Kggs I'hc licsl .ilvc In the world lur cut, ImiUct, 'wires, ulcer, nail rheum, fever norm, letter, chap-pe- il ll.imls, chilblain, corn anil all skin eruptions, anil pfMltltcly cures piles, nr no ji.iy required It Is guaranteed to (le perfect satlil.ic-tlo- n or money refunded Price 35 cents per box. Tor sale by A K Pinny, Stanford, Ky. m m lbllt Stans-ord- , 1 IITJirir-Mv-N-- , SUKGKON" DENTIST, - Kkxtuckv. Office south side Main, two doors ahave Depot St, NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. Worth Knowing. Mr. W. II. Morgan, merchant. Lake City, Fla This old nnd well-k.- io tra Hotel is still maintainwas taken with a eere Cold, attended with a ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeCough and runnens into Consumption in cial attention to the traveling public. .M. I' NKWCOMI). Prop., its first stagcu. He tried man) so called popular cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was Sj-tMt. Vernon, Ky. reduced in (lesh, had difficulty in breathing and King's New was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. Discovery for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles LONDON, KENTUCKY, found himself well and has had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show so grand a CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. recordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Cusranteei ta do just what is claimed for it Trial buttle free at A. K. Penny' Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First-clas- s JACKSON HOUSE. lowed to give bail. . Win. I'oynter and two young men, Snodgrass and Lawrence, left Saturday for IMneville to join Ciuii. Dullield's surveying party. Kmmett Suodgra., who moved to Joliet, Ills., some three years since, returned Saturday to old Hock-castlT. II. Clay was here 'tb his family Saturday. Judge J. M. Fish, while at the supper table last Thursday evening, had a stroke of paralysis and for a time bis life was dispairedof. He is some better at present ami it is earnestly hoped that he may soon recover. The Judge is one of our most substantial farmers and is highly esteemed by the entire county. e. ... ,,,.,. : il t"" ..... ....v :'" ..'" I t,w -- "'" !.... .i.-irl- KINGSVILLE. ' 1 ...-11- iri-'- 1 ih-w- s ,.,.. ,.,.,,,,.,, ,,,, l- 1 (,,,, ( wel.M.katthedutyon them, our rela- - ,,, 1( , Honor intimacy with foreign lamls are wii1 ,.H H , rlectly harmoniously with the ex.vp- yUmv (,lt!aiJ(N, (ll,KiIIBM All vervcom-tioof .1 little animosity between eana. a forln,,j,,f ,,,, u. ,,(..ir i.omilovinglvan-auncle Sam, but that will eventualy HU ,..,! ir.IVer, bv keeping me from imv 11s and they will r,.MI,M bn.ther and sister, than' fore will just p,.r(.,.t repose in this dear old quiet m that I have made the financial "'";',. itv j,,,, nmii restored me, in three dition of the country, and the political ,!;.. to the A...m, and, we go on to m.M.xeineiits of hoath )nrtys a study for p,.",,,.,,,,, Ui.d willing, r. i. the last III years, and I know what am Uwr iwwrvhv xwn, wv 1I1H. t r,. talking about, mi we iiecdciio salerygrab j tun f()r ,( Im.1,li1), ,,m( as t)K. nall NU. busines-- nor cmllt mobelier demegoge- - wmt wU j.r,,,,.,,,. ,M, available at the O, but wee nccdu our laws infoned, and ,itu.r laU T,K, ;,iar A)lM i(.Hlirr.mjj. , holh ,ri,.- -i tirr,k.i, the kind friends I think it nothing but rigid forevry man to miv something upon the iiKKivemeiits t MvrM!it. wlit tlitl mt rest till thev and doings of this country and the men M11T)l,Mlu nro,ing something of the will :.,,,..... And in conclusion of our t iiucs. .v themselves felt, in their s.y: just say what the friends, in the two cities, we .0 greatly KrnlHrkUii i llic Cuming nun, Tli 1' lichoc wished tovisit. Praise the LOUD! tHil .uul ulmlmi. IjmiI; or Krntiirk) i H'e me pleasantly located at the or-Kcnliicky U a kiuihI ami ulntliran Uluc i.i;r.iMi Mute, nerof Conti and Joachim streets, with a Mrs. Zciglcr, of the Presbyterian persiia-- ! n.i hr Coiitctitum ran rclistt of NmiiiiMli sion; in the :id story of her nioderatelv- Ai.mtur S. Wiiitim (ourii'i-Journa- l to which liking pleas' copy ami send priced hoarding-house- ; it well we hope to return when we bill to this ollice. nni-(um- .), tni1.k nl(1 W(1 hIl., UIl,Usturbed till 7. olir ,irt,. u n 1 war-awa- y 1 1 s ' -- The C. S. It. It. has eompleted stock pen ami chute at this place. This lias been a long felt want. John Calhoun, of Louisville, moved to his farm this week. Mr. C. intends "Hatching" this season. This won't do, L'irls, no indeed. James Kay returned from Anchorage yesterday, where he had been called to the bedside of his foster mother who was very sick, but is slowly improving. John Watts returned from Lexington ycMcrday bringing with him a tine horse which he purchased while there. John is a hustler uml don't you foigetit. J. i. Crisler.of Walton, Ky., bought of Mrs. Nix her farm near Pleasant Point, P. 0. C. A. Fox, of Colerain, O., bought of W.O. Watts .'()() acres of land near Pleasant Point church. Our deputy clerk, W. L. McCaity. is kept almost busy now taking acknowledgements to deeds. He hardly gets time to sell a bill of groceries or till a prescription by being called out on business of that nature. J. II. McKee, our enterprising fruit man, says lie has Il'.OOO peach trees that haosullicieut bloom yet uninjured, to produce a fine crop. Mr. McKee deserves success for the energy he lias displayed and money he has expended on his fruit farm lieie. MT. 'SALEM. -- Another valuable box was taken Renews Her Youth. from the express ollice at this place a few days ago by a young man named Mr, lhebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., louai ICasterly. He ordured $100 worth of the tells the following remarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the town: "queer," sent js0 to New York and put "I am 73 years old, have been troubled with kidney up $.")0 at the express ollice here on complaint and lameness for many years; could not of the package. The poor fool was dress myself without help Now am free from ahin.st when heoiiencdtho pain and soreness and am able to do all my own owe ray thanks to Klectric Hitters housework. box and found that lie bad been com- for basing renewed my jouth and rcmosed pletely "taken in and done for." About all disease and pain. Try a bottle, 50c and this time it was wljispered by some one Jl at A. It. Penny's Drug Store. S. detective had in the crowd that a been looking aftT the box, when Easterly immediately struck for tall timber. The box contained a sand rock this time, instead of a brick. 25 Acres Ivl Yadon was arrested by Sheiill' Two miles Smith of Stanford on Ne.il'is Creek. W, CllAIG Pearl last week and taken to Coatsville, AildriM me at Carlisle, Ky Indiana, where he is wanted on charge of wife poisoning. Yadon is a native of RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP. this county and is well connected, tho' he has been acting very badly himself H.ikin,; bought I. M l.asley' sciles and blocks for some time, having deserted bis wife lll mine and rented the cellar he occupied, t and living in adultery with other wo- tlurc for the present with my meat lteinemhcr the place, under VanArsd.ile store room men. A prostitute by the name of V K RAMSEY whom he was living, was killwith w ii moras-.a c sie, scit sec ed by lightning last summer. This it r. XKin seems should liuvo been a warning to STANFORD him, but lie then took tip with another prostitute by the name of Lucy Souther-lau- FLUKING MILL CQHPMY with whom he left the, country, Manufacturers of and nothing more was heard of him un- Flooring;, Wortthorboardlngr, Collins, til a telegram was received lat week Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, stating that lie was wanted at Coatsville, Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds always In stock. hid. re-ce- ip Drug Slurs- - Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters of this Popular Home. f. J07-r- S. O. DAVIS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, I rr. VBRNOX, 77-:- f. KV. heait-broke- n I com-'pete- Ofli-- e next door to Whitehead's Dru Store. Special attenlivn given to diseases' of children. l. FOR SALE. WOOD WALLACE, TEE GEKTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, tngtine will always he found in my store. I am agent fur the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. House and Land EXPARTE NOTICE. SCIOTA D.ADAMS, I Lincoln Circuit Court Wal-de- n, , d, On petition. V ADAMS. petitioners Ii.hIiil' this da v filed their neti- The tlon in the clerk's office of said idurt, asking that haiu iiuia w. .Ki.inis uc einpowcreu 10 use, enjoy, sill and lonvcy for her own benefit any property she may own or acquire, free from trie debts or claims or her husband, to make contracts, sue and be sued as a ningle woman, trade In her own name and dispose or her propertt by will or died. It is now' ordered that notice of said action be published in the Intkkiok Journal, a newspaper published in Stanford, Kentucky, for ten days before the next term of this court. (iiven under inv hand us clerk of the aforcsiid court, February Ja, iSSS. J P. 11AILKY, Clerk. LEGISALTIVE DOINGS. MISS HARRISON, O. EXPARTE NOTICE. STEPHEN VANDERPOOL, MAKY C. VANDERPOOL, i , 1 corn-cracker- s -- I 1 . a few years ago would have been con- sidered the dream of a lunatic. It proposed to use the present railroad to ictoria. II. C, thence the new railroad ales will 1h built to cape Prince of 011 I'chring Strait, a distance of about miles l.HHMiiilei-- ; the strait is but having many islands theiein, wide and can be easily bridged; riwliing Fast Cape in Asia, the roa.l will lie consiruci- wl to Pekin, China, a distance of about The distance from Minne1,1'iDi) miles. apolis to Pekin by this route will be about o.L'lX) miles, so the trip can be made in about 10 days time. Thus the cheering intelligence is hurled at us that we can get the Asiatic cholera in a much purer and .fresher State than by the old Paris News. oct an route. :i-- 'i lhcre is a railroad project on hand winch expel tssjiy is feasible, but wliiih,, j - ' come to Mobile auaiii. jh l)t tryniy iiuly-fouii1 'si(U, fn,m tti.r of the usual it.nth; aiul pfii this more to reasMiio , to whom .Mnnuiiii, Marieand niy , jj.,,.,, 1Vl, written, in inv stead, whilu ,, 1(.kf t,M f(r V n1J. ')Um. miMlllt H would soon get abioad ()U.rJM,. ,.,, ilrlu.s .langerotislv ill! . frh-nds- , ,.,;,;..,, t -- trtMigth (l ,ii ,.,.. Uli ,,,.,.1,,,,, Then' is no necessity for a row in the democratic ranks over second place on the ticket. We want New York and Indiana, liiover Cleveland can carry InNew York, and Oov. Or.iy can carry is enough; that is the tickdiana. That et the party has settled upon, ami that is the ticket that will bo nominated at St. Iouis next June, unless the sigus of Louisville the times go for naught. Times. Leaving Mobile, till its turn comes, I that we like will only remark 01 It is one of those it very much indeed. staid old cities that impress you with a sense of their thorough icspectibility; and imbue a visitor with the restful feeling that a home amidsueh surroundings would be very pleasant. The weather has been uncommonly coo- l- but bracing, clear and delicious. We cannot thank the Loving Father enough for the blue skies that have smiled upon our brief holiday here; and seem to beckon us on to the "Land of Flowers" with a kindly welcome. Pray for us in Pensncola. (Iko. O. Hiim. Kver in Jesus, n.(s M,v . m.Vl.r ,)r,.Ml.i, v UMH ,im; ,. u.it ,K.xl hjs friends very And other conjee- f tiuth. ;kii', The Most Agreeable well as tho most ellbetlvo method ofdispolllnf Ilcadaclies, Colds, and Fevers, or Cleansing tho System, ii by taking n few does of tho pleasant California liquid fruit ruuiody, Syrup of Figs. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford. A cherished a desire to go on the stage, and have at last decided with your per"My son," interrupted mission, to- -" parent, "All this world's a stage. the fond Syrup of Figs Take that hoe hanging in the woodshed and go out and dig those potatoes back Is Naturo's own truo laxative. of the orchard." The engagement lasted most ensily taken, and tho most a week. A receipt for making liquid blacking that will make-1- good shine ami a quicK one: Taku of gum shellac '' ounces, ami 1 desolvo in it quarts alcohol, then add and --' ounces lamp ounces camphor, "Father," said Kobeit, "I have long It is tlio otTectivo s, bluck. roracdy known to Clcanso tho System when Bilious orCostivoj to dispel Head-acheColds, and Fevers ; to Cure, Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Manufactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. The McKinucy coriespondent of the Somerset Keporter gives an exaggerated "ii k guas-account of a circumstance which took place in this section, which those concerned wish put in its true light. It is asserted by the said correspondent that four young females went to a private house where liquor was kept for sale. That liquor was furnished them and that I three of them being used to the llowing liowl escaped its ellects, but the other PAST LINE BETWEEN one, heretofore of spotless reputation, became much intoxicated, going upon nri1 LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. f. the public highway exposing A ri.s0iulju to extend the session LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. &f. It is claimed by the person referred ,t) AirU ;!li ms imi,iv i,M. SCIII'DULL IN F.FFECl'NOV. 13, i83;. to that ho did not keep the whlnky Whv j,x: lllttk!l,s the date N1U. t,m. No, 4 for sale, but for his o i, se. That he U,,,; No 7. No. 6. The bodv will not adjourn THE LARGEST BAND FINEST thought he had as much legal right to iH.forv then. Daily. l'.x. Sun, Ex. Sun. HOTEL IN THE CITY. Keep it lor ins lamiiy use as some of the 30 n ml 8 1; p in t co p Lve Covinjjton... s..,,tr Hariis lias bill in the Sen- o a ml y ji p in 3 23 p I.ve I'aluiouth..... prohibitionists who keep it for the Kline ate to prevent any county or town from n mlio 34 p m 4 : p 0 I.ve Cjnthiaua .. purpose. Tlmt he neither jr.ive nor wild making any Mibscription to any enter- RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- Arr Paris 40 a mlio jo p in s 10 p o 10 p 30 p m.11 30 p Arr Lexington... them the liquor; tlmt three of the youtij prise greater than I per cent, of its ING TO ROOMS: 11 50 ui'io ss p in S 20 p Lve Paris lmlies were his wife'.s sisters ami felt 35 P m Arr Winchester. j p in 605 p value at the time the vote is tak00 p m 7 20 p Arr llichmond.., themselves at home, ami noinjr into a en. It ought to puss. 10 p in Arr Lancaster.. IV HO EL Arr Stanfojrd 1TKKISH.1 TUSSIsN on p m room where .some .was drawn in a jrlass, It is probable that the legislature o; u in Lve Itiihmond helped themselves. Also that his wife, will reduce the taxes to '2 cents and let 20 p in, Arr Ilcrea 4j p m Arr l.esnuton. eomiiiK into the room about that time, the revenue law remain as it is. At stsjLLLKsV and fearing the you ne. lady would take least those who think there issomesens No Ni. 1. Xo. 5. hp1f?IJVMNHHiLLLLHL. too much, attempted to get tho glass in tho hotly are under that impression, 00 a m Lve Livingston from her, but was too late. It has also d Samuel Ward, of ltoeke.istle, 10 5 a in Lve Ilcrea been fully demonstrated that the rumors Arr Richmond... ;j3 a in a bill to compel the attendance of 'k'sk'kBfft'llSBlfiLs'B'sB'k'sk'sk'skH 7 jo a mi Lve Stanford of the young lady exposing herself on children at public schools between the vs'jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj'jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj'jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjHdl' S 10 a Lve Lancaster ... the highway has been inueh enlarged ages of Sand Hi years. Any parent, or Arr Richmond. .. 00 a nii.. 6 45 Lve Richmond... 30 p upon; that very few noticed her condi- imirili'iii fniliiii. tn i'iiiiiiiIv willi t list tiro- Arr Winchester . 2 25 1' ' 7 35 r "" tion. The principal exposure of the vision of this net shall upon conviction Arr Paris 3 25 p in, 8 20 a Lve Lcxiugton 7 35 a in 3 CO p m young girl litis been from the gossip of be lined from $0 to 810 for the lirst of-- , 3 00 p Lve Paris 30 a in 3 50 p m 3 40 p her connections and pretend- feiiso ami $20 for subsequent otl'enses. CO p Lve C)nlhiana .. 5) a in 4 30 p m j Lve Falmouth.... 4 Si l " 10 03 a in 5 25 r m ed friends. K. T. 6 co j) in Arr Covington 35 a in 6 50 p ill A graded liquor license bill has been' is.su. a J.c c 11 youngOer-111:11Covington, Louis Hichter, a wealthy presented by Mr. Myers, of On thcM.iysville llranch, No. 9 leaves Paris at 8 5, am and No. 11, at 530, p in, arriving at s killed liishveetlicart,MihSs'climidt, License of the or grade is lixed This elegant Jersey llullwillstaiid.it my Stable Maysville at 104s, a m, and 740, p m. No, 10 at Kvansville, Intl., and then blew hm at Sb'iO and entitles the licenser to sell leavcsMaysville at 5 55, a arriving at Paris at this season, at $3, CASH, at time of service, 815, am. No. 12 leaves Maysville at 1250 nnd own brains out because she refused to by retail between the hours of tl o'clock arrives at Paris nt 3 10, p in These tralui are with privilege of return if cow i not 1th calf. daily except Sunday marry him. e. it nuKNsinr. a. m. anil V2 o'clock midnight on every i tf No. 15 leaves Lexington 8 p m, arrives Paris At Cirovo Hill, Ala., Sher!tr George day during the continuance of the li8 41, p m. No. 8 leaves Covington 4 50, p m, arrives Falmouth 6 so, p ni. Mo. 7 leaves Falmouth Allen shot and killed his nephew, cense, Sunday excepted, but at no other 6 co, a m, arrives Covington 8 00, a m. David Caiter, and then blew out hour or time. License of the second DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAV. his own brains. They quarreled over grade is Si'.'.O and entitles the licenser to nnmo on a package of COFFEE Is a TE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win Lexington and Cincinnati; other other ester, the political spoils. sell such liquors between the hours of guarantee of oxcolloncotrains arc dad) except Sunday. Direct connection is made at Winchester with The .Supremo Court of Ohio has de- midnight and tl o'clock a. ji. License of Chesapeake & Ohio for Mt. Sterliu, Ashland, cided that any coloied child in that the third grade authorizes tho licenser to Huntington, Charlestan, W. 'u. and Eastern cities Nos. x and 4 run via Winches, FAS T LINK State, of K'hool age, has a right to attend sell on Sunday only and is lixed at S100. ter. Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, be. tween Cincinnati nnd Richmond, Va., and Winany five school in the district in which The penalty for a violation is placed at a COFFEE is kopt in all Washington, less than 100 nor more than storoa from tho Atlantic to tho Paoifio. chester and tickets nnd baggage checked to any such ehiltl resides. lino of not Through dotinatiou reached by a railroad. Tho plan of tho pensioners was de- $500. , Tor full particulars address any agent of the Co. veloped in Iiig.dl's speech, when he said b. F. II. MORSE, D. A. FEELEV, Oen'l Pass's'r Agt., 'I ravelin); Pass'g'r Ant., Jipul ledakapik e jeval veitik is Volu the agitation would continue until the Lexington, K). Covington, Ky. girl and white is never good when exposed to tho air. lust name on tho army toll was transfer- puk for the II. V.. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. Always buy this brand in hermetically horse. red to tho pension roll. General Offices, Covington, Kentucky. sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. 1 3 A hill to exempt persons over 70 from pull tax has been introduced in the House. The bill requiring person.s to pro cure license to .sell pi.stol cartridges has been laid upon the table. Mr. Andcrxoii has had a bill pav.ed by the House to take the votcof liarranl on the question of prohibition. The House passed the billtoincrease the fee for hoarding prisoners from ."0 to X) cents by a vote of 4:1 to 42. The bill to increase the salaries of the appellate judges to 8,00'.) was laid upon the table in the House, 41 to 2" The I louse voted to amend the turn, pike laws so as to exempt from the payment of tolls people going to or from funerals or to or from mill on horseback. The Manhattan Mining Co.'s bill came under the ban of (5ov. Jluekner'n veto power because it is it wildcat measure, designed for purely speculative purposes, The Senate pa.ssed the bill appropriating :50,000 for the purpose of rebuilding the work shops of the penitentiary, which were sometime since destroyed by PURCHASING AGENT. Lincoln Circuit Court. ) 5 S Hotol Emory, - - - Cincinnati, On Petition. Would thankfully solicit sour patronage In purchasing for people outside of the cits, in any line Dr Uoojs, Millinery, Notions of ol gooiLs.sl all kinds. Furniture and Carpets Wedding Outfits and Mourning Goods a special-I- s isiting Cincinnati I ,iIo "chiperon" Ladies slioppmgiirsl'ilit seeing Ilest riferenei". giieri Charges reasonable Telephone 57 THE FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE The petitioners hat ins this day filed their petition in the Clerk's olTiie of said Court, asking that said Mary C. V.mdcrpool be empowered 10 use, enjoy, sell or convey 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. i single uoman, trade in her own name and dispose- of her property by will or deed, 1 1 is noordered that notice of said action be pubh.hed in the Interior Journal, a newspaper published in Stanford, Kentucky, for ten days. Riven under my hand as Cleric of the aforesaid Court this I'l'lmtarj .t, 1S8S. J. P. I1AII.KV, Clerk. ! I have IxuiKhl the right to sell the I'lorenre Washinj Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to sue their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident lb tho old process of washing. Take one and try it nnd br consinced. I'll not worry you about bu)ln unless you are ful ly ikitisticd .1. to its merits. lie undersigned hae purchased the Florence LC Wj.liing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE esery particular, doing ail that Is claimed for it Win Daugherly. J V. Wallace, Dr. lluurne, From Mrs S P Saltir, A. C. Sine, til Perkins, Lewis CENTRAL KENTUCKY Duddcr.ir, J. K. I.snu, L. I. Daw.on, C. Vanoy, , Mrs Amanda Peak, George Pe)ton, Alex Tuall Points C. C I'icld., Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R K. Harrow, A M. 1'eland and mmy others M.K. r.LKIN. 1leadiiiiiters.it S. h Mjcrs' store. Kentucky Central R.R. notrrE." Molu-claw- THE GA.LT HOUSE, her.-el- j ,,, ,,,.. South-Houn- j -- 111 11 11 IU-tll- s I . North-lloul- i intio-duce- . is . . 111! -.' 1 - busy-bod- y, wmmmm GIX.D3EROV, 11 v wmimmMmWkM 1 111! 111 . 111 111 111 4 . 11 1, first-clas- 111, ARBUCKLES' - ARI0SA flrst-ola- ss COFFEE d ,'. js . .t. - ' i 3MMLECi mmCC1-C, -- n i i , fc : Li I- f. . ji I I K i ll ff i h . : i; : ft W The Loulsvillo postofllce Ih miserably DANVHXE, MYLE COUNTY. Tiik chairman of tho Executive ComAfisocla-tiomanaged and will bo invest ijHted by the mittee of tho Kentucky Press rSo3l-?BflHBEIfc. fiV . M Mr. JomIum P. lUndeyls, thu last - -. -- " Emmett U. Ix)gan, suggests that In department. T Ttjli "j'lV" njv t surviving child of the larfi family of the - Six men were arrested at Nicholas- order to prevent a conflict of datcH with y Stanfoud, Ky., Makcii 13, 1888 the National Democratic Convention nt villi1, charged with mbbingGreonbauin'N late John D. Rnndeyls.'is very 111, It is 'r-1) thought with consumption, ' v .St. Louis and In order to give a chance distillery )f whisky. lw flirjKlr Kul jh D. N.Prcwitt shipped to Cincinnati! A train on the Krie ltallroad jumped VHmmi .HRMKffVuVH(EHBdPNE9WbB BH nL .U iBE , to those who wish to attend the republi W. P. WALTON. on Thursday t!l fat sheep bought from killing one pass- blow-ou- t can at Chicago, that the date of tho track at Sdo, N. Y., various Lincoln count v parties. lor' the meeting of the association be ehang-- enger and injuring 12 others. some of them he paid : cents prrouuil, tho Kmperor Kaiskii William, c,i to Julv 1th, and asks an expression of Hobert Lincoln Inn written n letter Germany, died at Herlin Friday morn- - opi,u-,- from those interested. The I.J. again refusing to allow his name to be for others $5 to $5.50 per head. Rev. II. C. MorrNou informs vour lk 0"vV. K"1M-rfjffaMMBBBn iiig at 8::50 after n most eventful life of ris..s t m.0Ii the motion. Press con- us-- d in connection with any political .VIY I fv . ,, correspondent that he will lugin a prosoldier and en- - , years, lie was a bom ,.., ,lllll.ti1. i,nt ili..v..,.i.i . n,. ..w.. .."....., ..iV. "" tracted meeting at his church the tlrst tcring the army at n tender age he wi.s every year, while tin national conveii There was a funeral without a corpse ffWWteJyi' iTVmrbs&ui. rapidly promoted, lie was crowned tions are quadrennial. It will therefore in Indiana hut week. Theilcccasi'd was Sunday In April. Rev. Joseph Young, of -.? inchester, will lead the services. King of Prussia in 1810, after a sticcess-fu- l have to give way tins year and the edit- - blown up with dynamite and hardly a Nancy, the oldest of the little chilwar with Austria and in 1870 defeat- - ors could not snend the ulorious 4th vest lev of liim could be found. dren of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Hogle, ed the armies of France. In tho fllov - llliri. lt:itrittifillv than in coming to s . lamp exploded in the morning about 8 o'clock of pneu-- j big year he was made Kmperor of Jr - Sl.tlier for mtitu:t'l limltt iin.l tlio salva- - of the Klinira, X. Y., Gazette, which monia, after being ill but a few hours, i nas since ruieo mat cimiiiry tion of the country at large. many ana caused the ignition of a can of benzine Funeral Monday; services by Dr. His niost satisfactorily to its citizens. and the burning of the building. U C, H. II. Martin, of tho L'd Presbyterian won, the Crown Prince, will succeed him Tiik population of Stanford and the - On a writ of haleas corpus Thomas sufTerlng from an circulation of the Ixn.iuoit Joiiixai, are O'Hrien, who killed Henry Metcalfe, jr., church. ns Kmperor, but he is Col. Thomas Harbec, one of Danincurable disease and is likely to die at both rapidly increasing. The combina- at iA'xington, last January, has been ad STOCK ON WAND. ville's oldesfcitlzi'fis, fs in a very feeble any moment. Prince William is acting tion of a few things like these ought to mitted to bail in the sum of $1,000. condition of health. Miss Nannie Mcwill Ihj tuml Col. Hill Welch toCongres, .. Yes as regent in the meantime and A ulpnJ w.,IIK)i teacher in Daviess J9 xx, xx Jc&. o Kmperor in event of the death of the tcrday's Courier Journal. CnfortunaK - W)nU u Ullkir am,ht fomMiucing every Dowell pive a very elegant entertainment Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. A great deal of tho ly the Colonel has no political ambition , , j ' ,liu Crown Prince. i,,,,.! c..,r,,i -- . ........ . .. ...... ,,f .i,,..,. are . , . , , . . Thomas have returned from a visit lo credit of the successful career of the old wuaiever or we migm seuu mm " proofs of their ba.l Ud.avior. friends in Southern Kentucky. Mr. J. Kaiser is due to the fact that he called Washington after McCreary gets tired nimiii Piismnn, n notorious charac-o- f H. Nichols, deputy county clerk, is con- to his aid Yon Moltke and Pismarek. his place and wants to be promoted u,r ()f VjaAvm Kontm-kywho has ' fined to Ids home bv a slight illness. F,! The latter has been and will continue to to the Sjnato. tlIV(jjttf,j witli tiring the shot that killed We have the King of Cane Sod Plows, No. 5 Champion Masonhcimcr, of the Woodbine rcs-- i be a big power behind the throne. of Ox motion of Speaker Johnson, who CV'"K Tolivor, is dying at Morehead taurunt, has made an assignment for tin- with horn cutter and draft rod. We have the Silvor Steel thatcan- Tiik miserable brute, Macey Warner, seems to be of that class of KInnu.ri delirium tremens. benetit of his ereditors. -- The optmnlnw went .inti, ellect who was hung Tit Jellersonville Friday coons who want the linknl swcetncsl one night last week the wife of a not be excelled either for bluo-gras- s sod or stubblo. Wo also have for tho murder of a fellow convict, de- drawn out as long as poible, the llousi.i lUnNtown at nudmght Friday ami --" a combinod ato1 and ' ""kM to,,k "'Ivantage of their to livered a very lino temperance lecture on has to extend the session in-- 1 lust chance to make the night liideous ringing of the scaffold. Taking hold of the rope definitely. If the body of "per deem" On opening it better satisfaction than any of the all chilled plows. the It will pay .. 1...-- I .. 1.. !... ...1 l...f which wjls soon to strangle his life out, drawers got n fixed s;darv instead, as in witl drunken revelry, a railway conductor w ho said: "If any of you ever put a glass s.veral other Stat.-s- , siiy SUM, the es-- l ed if her husband (naming him. was at 70U to 80e these plows boforo buying. We have a good stock Of '"1 il nephew of Gov. lowry, of Mlssis- of liquor to your lips think of Macey sion would never extend bevond(K)davs. liome, and on being told that he was not, plow harness at low prices. We have just received a car-loaof ippi has expoeu the fit mat the gov- - Im rmli..l Warner with this rope in his hand, and W1I 'fin tif.i tltn fkiin I Ivci:i'T for a little pride of country no - eninr is guilty of a misdemeanor in ac- want," and with that he placed his hands 01d Hickory Wagons af all size3 and styles, and will have in a short look into the bottom before you drink that the burly cepting railway passes contrary to law upon her. , .f flu. .".lima mid see if vnu cannot we n hody will seriously when thenure brute, John L. Sullivan, came out little The bill for submitting the prohibit- - and cook coming to her assistance thei time a large stock of Buggies, Carriages, Cart3 and Buck Boards rope there." It was all very well to lay his troubles to whisky, but ho was a tne worst in ins light with .uiienen, the rv amendment to the people ot isnoiie Moiiu.irei fled. There is a strong Mispi- - embracing some new styles that we want everybody to see. born murderer and would have followed Knglish slugg'T. They fought in France Island, with a view to its possible repeal ciou as to his identity and if found lie his bent without the aid of the vile.stuff. Saturd.iy.and after :!) rounds, occupying was defeated in the House of Hepresen-!- ! will pay dearly for the outrage. hours, it was decided a draw, though tatives, where it originated, by u vote of Warner was less than '2't years old, yet -- There will be no more ciicnit court MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. was serving our man got more than he bargained ;;; to I'.O. lie bad killed two men and until Thursday, when Matt Prooks alias J, OverMreet, of L'ptonville, liar- Withers, another of the alleged White-Ins sentence for killing the first, when for. nbot : : : din count v. dieil from a , rr he nnirderel the other. There certainly cotton iuuidcrcr.4, will be tried. There I ..k Mi.ss,.ss,pp. legislature has ad- wmiM, ,n t,u, (i,1OW illli(.u1 m T,ni. is slight latwan no whisky connected witth tho a tlispositiiiii among a few Ijourned.but the Kentucky legislature, . . T.,, ,,,.. .... ,,...,. of ter killing. who either do not know, or do not alas! like the brook, seems destined to The quarrel grew out of the prohibition care what they are saying, to e.itirize (Ikx. LixniiAM takes us to tusk in the go on forever with it.s "deuinied horwid question. giving a peremptory Judge Morrow Danville Tribune, of which we are in- grind." Randall has prepared a bill which instruction in tne case af Jim Cairolllast venting formed that he is the editor, for takes the entire tax oil' of cigars, cigar- wivk. The fact is he did exactly right NEWS CONDENSED. our spite and animosity towards Col. 0'- ettes and other tobacco, with rebate on in not permitting the cn-- to go to the Hradley, his warm friend and fellow citi S. Sullivan has been appointed iot stamped goods. Fruit spirits an t Im" jury, as then was not sullicieiiteiilcneo We really had formed tho impress - j,,,,!-n- t zen Kockholt, Whitley county. free, ami the whisky tax cut from "Kl to to justify such a course, or any other ion that the general was too smart a man Samuel Dennet, Sr., a highly respect- 50 cents, Tim following list of goods, suitable for this time of year, ami buy than the one pursued. to make such a charge, but it seems we ed citizen of Madison, died Saturday, William J. At Little Hay, Ark., had not properly diagnosed his case. ageil S4. stmt mill killi'il liv bis hti'i IL.it1..- them of me and get the best: LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ' . . There is nothing further from us than .. ..'. Cluirlcs lUiit'h.iiiiii fi.ll into a boilini' unn '. .Iiiiiii.u ...., .......v.. Kmitlflu , fllfi'il IIL iscnzicv ..s animosity towards the colonel, who is a mash tub at Cincinnati and was literally Rothwell killed a wild married the bov's mother anil treated devilish good fellow in his way, and in cooked alive. on Thursday near town. It weigl CANNED GOODS. her so badly hbe left him am! the boy pKie MISCELLANEOUS. our remarks about him, we have never, ed 7 pounds and was a beauty. Thomas J. Potter, and avenged her wrongs. in malice. We general manager of the Union Pacific, never set down aught My friend Hen Hudson has set n u California Peaches, The chairman of the National Coin- right on Cal. Evap. Peaches, have simply been having a little fun at died in Washington. the Faster matter. Ijistor can party has i mittee of the I'niou " Pears, Apricots, his expense and as it gives him the nons early as March and not later Paris is to have street cars as soon ss sued a rail for a national convention, to coine " Apricots, toriety he is seeking, his friends should the right of wny is obtained. The rails Dried Peaches, than April ''5th. be held at Cincinnati, May 15, to noini- Raspberries, If the M)pulation of Stanford applaud not censure us for it. We hap- aie already purchased. Turkish Prunes, nate candidates for president and pen to know that O'Hradley himself ento increase in the same ratio as The Sheriff of McLean county shot Orated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, of the United Suites. last week, seven in four days, it will enjoys everything except reference to his and perhaps mortally wounded John Sliced Pineapple, Minco Meat, Snell, widow of the Mrs. Henrietta large the H)pulatiou of your town tf7 abort legs and poor running qualities. Puckett, who resisted arrest. Early Juno Pea3, late Amos J. Snell, of Chicago, offers are-- t Apple Butter, . Natural pis has been struck in wells ward of S10,(XX)forthe "arrest ami deten each year, so that in ten years you will . ( x the first page of this . Lima Beans, impression of .linrfiit. .ill il?irr..n i'linntv fit ,.iin Preserves, fit mill tion until identified bv theauthoritiesof have almost i many miiiI as Iincuster. " .1... I.......... .:il I.,, i,....wl ,, HUT i. Pie Peaches, r.liiwi. i.fi iv..ii. itiii ir jwuti.t it a gixxl How of oil in another well. (Ye.s'm.) Mackerel in Buckets, I'M.; r.t if r.m. Willi. mi It . Tiivi'mH tin. ... ...., ... production by a Wayne county gentle "" ........... Corn, Members of the choir of the Presby-- non. l. .. Aiemm.nger, one o tne nuuH".,,"'Imu,i(ri.r of ,u.r inAmv Cod Pish, man, who wouni nave riukcm with nen-r- y (Mmiii fiiiiiiiimiiii iiiiiiuliiiti cif AtiV IImml' M terian church, assisted by other ladies Tomatoes, itiv i intin im tun irit in iwuiitiiiiii White Fish, A sleeping car on the Alabama Great Wnttersou as a writer hail not his tuivv and gentlemen of the town are arranging is dead at Charleston, S. C. cabinet, Oysters, Hominy, early education in orthography and .. Southern was ditched near Fort Payne, for the production of Jlie beautiful m .1....I....I ,... .1 .uu, -- A', -u-- u u ,auH. n u Salmon, UnM.t,0Il f ,in)IK.rtv Dried Beans, punctuation been seriously neglected. father and son w. Inn short distance of cred cantata, "David, the Shepherd to evi,ni, tlmUKUlll Sardines, He manages to get there however in his Bulk Picklc3, Hoy," with all the accessories of appro their home, near Poplar t.rove, Dak. um, lnJnri a nmi,H.r f aitieleand to present views which show Chipped Beef, priate decorations, costumes and action. Bottle Pickles, .corgetown, was Henry Colston, s L. Wool ridge, of Lexing- he is on the right side of the feme. We Corned Beef, At a meeting of the stock holders of Catsup, sentenced to .11 vears m the pcnitentiarv commend the gentleman to HrcrThomp-win- , for the murder- of his uncle, Joel Wool- - ton Company on SatDeviled Ham. ',, Uichie, of Missouri, bought .., the Arnold Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. Mr. of the Monticello Signal and sug- ums urday, John Woodeoc . vns elected ilill Walker, the chief of the Itild unlay last of Robert Derr a lino jack for gest that he employ him to edit his papresident and J. P. Summer seeivtary My Stock of per. Mr. White is a genius and aught KnolM)ers, was found guilty of murder in .$5(X). '' Pright, of Oarnird, bought of and treasurer. There were the directors stallion, not to be allowed to hide his talents un- the first degree and sentenced to be1 J- - T. Hugeley the selected. John Woodcock, J. P. Saudi-fePioxie, by Proxatile, dam by Pourbon der a bushel. hanged. FULL J. A. Doty, Geo. T. Arnold and Geo. STIIPLE GROCERIES COMPLETE ludge W. II. Pettus, ofSoinernet, is! Chief, for .4(K). IlarriMlsburg Demo- - D. Hurdctt. The company will proceed iliiKit. II of theMt. Sterling Sen- H....l.'Himi..um.,r1Stt1..i..Htl..i. M,i,.k!"Ktlw ..K""1 "!' to represent jemt. to business at once. ..... .. .w...fc..-f.At Jonesville, a., Clias. W illougli- J. P. Sandifer, deputy stamp collecin his craw that it is .. .i....:.i...n.. ..t...i... his district at the .National Deinoeratic; ' y insulted tne mother oi uus .uouiaiue, tor of this county, lias held that olllce and egotistic proceeding for an editor to convention. youth. The latter met about two years and six months. DurA wife murderer in jail nt Chicago an print his own picture in his paper, even unfortunately a giinru " illoughby soon afterwards am ....,...- -. ing this time ,t has sold stamps amount- if he is altogether lovely as himself and hung himself, but In Paper Boxes, sliot-ijfound and cut him down before death 'both loads from a ,() j(()j S((S For the year closing has taken every occasion since he "yield-ugun in his left breast, killing him jlarch 1st his sal s wir $IL':1..VS.K0. to the solicitation of his patrons" and got in its work. IS IN A negro named Will Thomas, who staidly. The largest single day's sale was $IN,784 -gave them a counterfeit presentment of nuw.niiti.,1 Tlii Crown Prince of Germany, who 80. There isn't a ..,...,...,.... tfi.ii.tu ..,1. Tiiiiin.l Hill :.. ......... mm,. ..............,....., better deputy in the his phiz, to get even with us. Hut it is . ... :.. .1 . ... I" .. ..I succeeos ins nuiiur us i.mirnu, inaiuuu bt.rvj,.tf tjaI1 yr Sandifer. useless.It still remains a fact that Col. was caught hy a liaud ot regulators and u ;., daughter of Queen Victoria, who now ,,,,,, 'lirm.,lU.,i ).,. Tju W. T. Havens and Capt. David A. Mur- hanged to a tree. Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.- I'poii the death "f ' mon Und Pythias to a verv good sized becomes Kinprcss. Sheriir Thomas H. Salding defeated phy are the only two men ever guilty of K. L. Adams in the primary election in her husband she will become Kinprcss audience on Friilay night. Had it been parading their beautiful countenances in Marion Saturday forthe deiuocnitiu noin- - Dowager and get a whack at the royal M,tt(.r ailwitised there would hae been theirown papers, and we suppose they estates. nation for Sheriff. e a large crowd. The plav was well will always wear the distinction. MARK HARDIN, Clerk. --The prize light betweenSullivanand Virginia democrats will hold i(i f Ti ,i f 1( ti Ix ax article reciting tho shortcomings their State convention May Kith at Nor- - Mitchell took place in France, on the iK..HtercoiiM find was a lack of plump-o- f perhaps the worst legislature thatever i folk and tho Indiana democrats April training grounds of' Haron Pothschild. WNi in ,u. ilUw ()f ta. yOUj, . 10 After IMI rounds had been fought thebat- - to.(k pill t j ,,, ,.rfonni.,.t assembled in any State, the Owensboro Kith at Indianapolis. - It is claimed that the report of tliet tie was iiccinrcu a or.i. .n me p.nin- Imiuirer. in the innocence of its voting Aitkii cxniniuatinii of the bill County soul, exclaims, "Hut thank the Lord, the dynamite explosion at Williaiiisburg, ipants were arrested and the principals attorney i. H. t arpenter says: 17th of March is not farofri" Goodness, Indiana, was heard at Hillsboro, O., a are in custody at weniiH. I - It is charged that a sutlicient niini-- ; The road law passed by Mr. Davison child, don't you know that the "per distance of 115 miles. Mor-- i not only puts the burden of workingand In what is known as the "military Imr of illegal votes were cast for deem" drawer will not give up the best thing they ever had on that day, nor grounds," near Paris, a largo mound was row to give the position of city attorney keeping in u'pair the roadu hi Lincoln JBCJCTFFMA con- - county upon the owners of piojieity, but,' tioino other day, until they have entirely opened and six skeletons and a pctiilied of Somerset to J. T. Iay, who will test the election. .Morrows nominal places an additional burden upon such war club were found. exhausted the patience of their -- There was a wreck on the C. it (). It. majority is but 5. John M. Singleton, owneis of paying the ordinary expenses constituency?. p. at Alderson, W. Va., destroying a 'Hud," died of dropsy, ineiiew uith- - of the county. The lull piovides that '.. all persons who are not property uw uers (!n mum n Smite has called n meeting; Jarge amount of pioperty and seriously olie church was dedicated Sunday. can work out the poll tax on the road, lleporter. of the Democratic State Centiid ami Fx- - injuring tlireo iieiMins. The dependent pension bill as pr - but a laud owner cannot. Tho inoiiej Over 15,000 people are repented to utive Committees at Lexington, March 1'Oth, at Silil) e. v., for the purpose of fix-- ) have been killed by an caithqunke in posed by the G. A. 1!. and which wast raised now to meet the oidinary or gen expenses of the county, is raised b ing n time and place for holding the! Chuig Chan, China, several cities being shorn of the objections which caused Prcsfdeut Cleveland to veto the one a poll tax and a property tax and if the State convention to name delegates to 'almost totally destroyed. -- The Carlisle News and the Giccnup passed, by tho last Congress, went persons who pay nothing but a poll tax the national convention. It is likeconvention will be held in Herald both suspended last week. It Ih! through the Senate by a vote of I (to 111, are permitted to settle that tax by ly that the a very business for two papers to The democrats voting for the bill weu ingon the roads, it necessaiily produces .,, ,, . Messrs. Hlodgett, of New Jersey; Faulk-- 1 a deficiency in the fund raised to meet town. 7r .nas ,, i live in a ' iiios-BVllie voiiimereiai TIIK irginia; the ordinary expenses or demands of the A posse of American olllcials, who ner and .,, . , , , ., , . kenua, ,lf i'..u( , ,i somen Olll lino ao mosinueu uuiij .iiiu MI.U!U.;,.M:,o ..f M,.r- v- ...i ..:.', i. tJlUlllfl u...t... irttpntilUI ItlUU Vll'llll' li ,.. 4.. .. I... I... U'IU jrilinillll illU i ixij This deficiency lias to he raised Mexican dungeon at land; l.ainpton, of South Carolina; M, from soinu source ami the only way itcau Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture Plierson, of New Jersey; Payne, ot Ohio; be done is by increased property tax or tho Ininliiehs. so far. but we join the suf ; Jauos, State of Chihuahua. The Harlem, '. Y., Democratic club Pugh, of Alabama; Turpieand Voorhees, polltax. It matters not which under Mr. fering public in hoping that he will "aviwm s bill, as the burden is upon the and.Undertaker'8 Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods learn. Dan O'Sullivan could make bet- has proposed "Abram S. Hewitt as thu of Indiana and Walthall of Mississippi, land owner, whether heowns land worth ter pictures with his nearly three times as $ , or ?U)i000i it virtually relieves the can be bought in the cities. Give me a ideal candidate for thu position of chief It ih noticed that trial and you will be con!)S soldiers voted tor man who owns no properly fro The entire revenue received from to- magistrate of States and X),000,000 of many vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. of any kind. taxation people." tho bill as there were Union soldieis. bacco last year was SW,1 08,007. H. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal n, . V ?Ow -3- ffiF";7?mYP - ( nsr4rm.li 1 F.VPi. P 1 ftfft fttlh ,,. -' of-i- ll V '' PW BHBI5P'5i .' j -- , w-W- "JrgTT ' died-Sunda- . , press-room- . GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. VT&ZJu to-da- PAPER and FTTRmT Kg. ALWAYS - COMPLETE j xKjNi . i i , PLOWS! 1PLOWSI to-wi- U-e- t: - j l.H-n- l -- ::,:"tz:!,'i t door-bel- l. I sheM-reauud- ' "w " & d i ' ! i GEO. D. WEARENT, MJUNT'G'R. r. 1 pi.-t- ol i .. pel-so- n, fr c , ... -- ; -' is-- eon-tinu- nt i , t n-- I , I I "" 1 I -- ,,; ,,, i Pick-ban- d r, i HLMYS t''' - MD - 4 i mimwmmiwH ids we kid staikdjik, THE BEST THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. I double-barrele- d n d .. ... i '"' i ' ,,. . . , r ' j '..i T. R. T, "W-A.LTO.I- pre-Th- i J j j MEW FURNITURE STORE M1K PBDF long-huMcri- ' r ; j -- Jv IKMrW 4 -' work-Lexingto- , up-hi- ll . one-nan- er i J ::"!ror.e 1 1 ,uini-iir'ij.'- i - jack-knif- e. .",,,' I 'V 'V 5- - il ,V,H ? It-fr I. -- JJU -- av. '.!, .,. ,.V I i. If- I ' ,f.. ". ...... .., ,,. ,. At if,. .11.. r ,v M',f..fJ.l, v. i, . 3 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky.. March 13, 1888 Fr knit Garden Sicln at T. Uanaxah per dozen at 'JO It. Walton'. amikk Hkkdn, Onion HotH, Seed Hean, Warren'H "Model FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Kim .Sau. Three red bullH. J. S. Murnhv. Sr. -, iintl nrnnin 20 S. S. Myvrx. to M fi'iitu nml IVim at A., A, fSrnrnrv.l,' ''4 thoroughbred h. STAKroRD, - m m A.notiikii lurnlot of trunks and vn- TiiBHtixi'tMino in a wretclit'il contH-tloZinc trunkH from $'2.M) to Sl'J.otl Tin ton ii or tin pike company McUolierts'. at llrticf ICC. WALTON, HUH, MannKUl' hIiouM N't1 to it tliut our main Mrei't is not voic tlian tin uvcnip' country loml. with one nccoid Tub l.anc.ister My 1 in t the Damon and I'ythias Friday. Published Every Tuouday and A t iuki. thief took live of tlie wwn there by tlie Danville people heim owned by Mr. A. It. Penny Sutttr-- ' was the iMMtrivt let: hIiow ever seen. He rU PICK YKAIMXADVANCK day night. He nays the nncal e.in have foie it giics on the ro.nl again we would the oilier two by (tilling and identifying miggcM wie propriety 01 an uiycmiuciii himself. miJ $2 BO will te elutgi J." not k in false calves, if the entertainment is to (,'ut. Kit ii miiis Ihih onli'iH to holdtlie be judged from that Mtandpoiut. L'liicuMcr Mnp1 now for the inoiintain L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Oi u rushing business uianager writes will be a convenience both! 103pm mail, which Mail train iriinic Nn'lh that he had gathered in lonew mbscrib 131pm to mail patrons and travelerx from that South o'clock li8)in direction. eis at bunion yesterday by Soiilh l.pretraln" Nuith jo "" and was still gatliering'them in light and 3S " Local KrclRlil N..ith .JeiMiK Vau.son's ijuarterly court began left. 6jJl" A jiopular agent for a popular pa- Soulli. panser 'lhUttcrtrainal..ircy will propably last three per can work wonders and we have both yestenlay and 1 lielovelc.iUuUled on MamUtd lime. Solar lays. The docket embraced 11 petitions combination!.. We bad already about tine l nliout o minute. fter. w i and 10 warrautH, but only 10 cases will M subscribers in the pretty little inoun-- , K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. be contested. tain city e 1 1 tus Held Tenncs.see purlieu bought of Fores-Hm-W mule at J"."). M. Lackey sold trt a TenncHwe party 'S yearling Keerw at 5W. -4(K) or MX) bunbelHhelleiloatH for sale at 50 els. Mrs, I. II. .Joiich. r'ouSu.i:. A pair of finall mules and a good milk cow. K. K. Hanow, SPRING OPENING! WALL )is PAPER I.aret km .V DECORATIONS Stanlord, Smith and Rogers, the parties leferred to this ctilumn, have bougnt of .1. A. Harris & Son 15 nude colts at S7U.W). Mipt. V. N. Potts, of the Stanford "ollei Mills, is paying Si cents for wlieat those who htivo it to sell can obtain that figure by immediate application, Some Florida cabbages measure live feel acro-- s the top and weigh L'.'i pounds, mi the Florida papers, say. They also tell of a potato .7 pounds in weight, and a turnip weighing 10 pounds. -- T. I.. Carp-Mithas just bought of Levi Hubble a young jack at 7o0. .1. K. a Haughinan has also bought one of a Danville Advoman at i'JOO. cate. It takes the labor of one man from 1..MW to i.J00 days to build a first class locomotive, the days of labor varying with the facilities of the lcspcctive Mef-srs- . Ten-ne.-s- I'rom io tcp 150 icr cent cheaper than ever known in I cntril Kentucky Window Shade tii milt ull cnmliin.itioii of WnlU'.ipir Mock to kilcct from at A Ii OIHIJUXV I'.irbm, Danville, Ky I'jintu, Oil., V.irni.hc. and CiIiUcm' Supplies, Window (Statu, it.' 1'IANOS AND OltO.VNS AgenN for John Church C 11 Mimed Mur.lun.llsc A. E. GIBBONS, Da.NTVII.JC.E. KT. ad ' -- Mo (Do MU3F1LM:Y9 ! t have that Hro. Hames Tin: City Council met in called sesiou aturday night and decided to permit finally to uhiuit to the new cure for MEANS BUSINESS. Mr. (Jeorge D. Wearen to put scales on sciatica nerve stretching -- before he can Is Receiving His Watch ks and jewelry repaired and the street and also to have a net placed be rid of that most infernal disease. Sevwarranted. A. It. Penny. in front of Court Mpiare. eral of our lawyers are so familiar with Tin: best place to buy drugs, patent' the operation now that they could alTin: body of Mr. John I'ord, nceoinpa-Penny'- most perform it themselves, and the medicines and toilet articles is at A. H. s nied bv his widow, who was a Miss Mar- agree that it is the proper treatment Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Givo him .1 Tc ial. wan brought down for Ilrv your school liooks, ink, tulltt oimi, nf thiH the complaint. pencils and Ndi.HilHiipi.hes of ,, lLirlMiunilli-Vrlilttand taken to shops. (JiiiU from A. K. Penny. FtsnioN Mii.n inerchaiit tailoring and IIutonille for interment. His disease limii.u ' Aliliiir ri.fiiui.il mi iilhr iill!?.- ' -arI giianiutce all watches and nvery ' ". ..1. .1 .!.. .!... f. ... "l.!.was pneumonia, and besides his wife In i.. niiecotiiiiigoiiM... If vn.ig 4x VI!.,;. f((r a half interest in his bay tallion, ticle of jewelry sell to be just in nun iiiK..r.v ..row,,, . iiiiancipo. a, leaves one child. Willi A. It." Penny. wk,. ,,v ,. wk1 ,,, and Hmwning King & ( .... Vw Wk.J ,,aV()ri A,;xail(U,v Al)i,allal..-t- he ,V Tin: card of the linn of Penny A- Her' DECIDEDLY PERSONAL. largest and niot elegant estalilisli- - r., .(j bert npiiears in this issue. Dr. Heibert inents in this line of business in the! yctltltrQ S1111- A fni,.sriltt,.r 1slHi 73 m. Mil. D. KnHeiit to J.oui-vilis a of tlie thio College of Den wo...,. ,.,y sty.es ...etropo ,,., ", f ttlMM, , ,m his Mrawberrv vines nnv, tal Surgerv and Dr. Penny is too well or signs and perfect fits aniX tIu, ,.,,, yi,1(U(1 u;,o! DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, j.o hxx M wt HoinN.of (iarrard, in WtMi known hereaboiiis to nets'l an introdue Ml l'" .... per acre. He thinks tlie iedifH bushels ing Mrs. Sue Hatighman. tiou. The linn asks its sliai-- of vonr r AiNOx AKHuiiUjO, oiu. Nhws comes bvourpiivate telegraph also counteracted the effects of the Mi-- s Cvvruu Citsox, of Nicholas patron.ige. in. wiie fitini that there was a drouth to a considerable extent, ille, is with Mrs. p. p. Ntinnelley. irecriptiau ai:ciir.iiel)' compoiindeJ, Is h Tin Manfoid corresiMiiul-fn- t "wow and a wampus" there yefterdayi Ten l.'ij hand mules 5 to 7 years old MiMts J. W. Amiiiin and K. C. Walto the liarrodhburg Dennwuit charg- between two hitherto loving biethren sold in Howling (irecn at 5i:!'J.oO. I'or-n- f 4 V mutiie4tici ton iitteiidcd county court at ljtidon es that there have been several births in the ri'inililii'iin nerniinsiriii. The lie tir I'.ros. u ihiv nr two neo. ileluillit il S7 yesterday. recently. j,URMM( ,,nwrt wtire ,.X(.i,:,(i j regular ' head of cattle in 7 hours. Thev are now tuc U"' ','",",l ',,lll"-- JHr-lioiiARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Mk. Wii.i.i m Wi:l-i- i, wlioN running Women of that character should not be L...,,. ,1... ......1.. i.:..i. ii.,. r.. .1..1 1...... ..... M;,..i...tt .,..1.. .1 .. ..v..l ...I.... I'jikl.irll Iv.illllieLt'. , ........- ", tl ...lit llllll' III c on thecoiintv s hotintv drawn and the battle raged till friends ten and iH'iinilteil to OtwtLKT U MLVtKWAHt. ' .l.iwii 1,1 wi..i lux fniiiilv lust u K'k. aie very much pleased with thej and it the ch.irg.Ti an- true they should iiihIii.,1 ill nml ili.eliir...l n ilniuv Tln nrie..k. f I'liuHm? Creen Times. T.tr lirought to thu market Price lower llun Mas. .IokSi:vi:iim i: has gono with her tlie loet. Watche, Clock anil Jewelry Ite. .. 11.. .... iHlllwil fit till flltl 1... ..!. lint tiwtllll. be l'lllHti rlf Jf k.lltlll fltUll pilreil on hort not), e and warranted. Uavison ui not vote on me ' 'yer Dmn.-- Mr. Nun M. Owens received a lutioiis pivsented at tlie Wt.men's Chris-- i talus for the licncllt of her health. nor . iutim ofextendiiig the t Snnilnv I.k l.h.H,..r ... i... ....T....K i.ii,r.ii,..w t.. .IU...I..I. f , I. Ull Ull'l. 'I i... , ..i. ."" fur nxMnirg, yestenlav, stating , that lt.ir. tiaiiTeiiiiH.ii.nce Cni.,1. Senator Higneyj did several doen others, whowetvetpial- his wliicli warmly endorsed Mr. (Jtsirge II. HiK'ker, of P.irksville, for their ly as anxious for the extension. liir little Agnes died at 7:IM) that morn- - ami Ueprerentative Ander-ofavors shown our business manager. - lien. Strother, at one- time the not d THA1 Mu. Job S. Jom is lmck from Kiiiimi- - ing. This the third little daughter to steadfast course in faor of inihiliitioit (Itv to help Powers A Co., in tlieiri die and she will be buried by the side of andnithenenectingon Judge Morrow the;, lk.(. , his l(m. w,r (',arleMoii, W. dnble store wliicli will open in a few her little sisters in HullHIo Cemetery to- for his decision on the law voted l i N T V 2. A V A vVX-'J-- Jl day ot o'clock. linniMer precinct. Commonwealth's V. ilays. Or- Attoiney Heriidou felt it encumbent i if Crab Mitx .Ii!.n lU't'iiA.WN, C. P. M mu rd, the counterfeiter, XKW ADVKUTISKMKNTS. clatrd, is isitingat Mrs. A. A. McKin-- ! whose people live in this county, was upon himself, lieing as he owed his elec : : tion to Morrow, to hm.' and ask that tlie : vNitiugthett-tiey's. SoiiicImxIv els was L'iven two e.iir. in the iicnitentiarv. He latter jurt of the reHiliition be stricken' c'x'd honne on too Sunday. did not s.piea mi his p.tls, but they will n Acnu-- , with :i IVMl Mu. vi Mas. F. J. Coirm:..-- . wen- be caught up with m doe time, lheie out. A vote was taken ami it was not kili;iiiliil 'anli-r- i a'.Mchi-iMi. Iliinniv mltli . :. i. i t a very large majority. mire nine touring !.!. .io.e ,n... .m,-- . w(w .,. vrUl(H , u. ,.,, u.rm f stricken out by (In the motion Siptire Kiunainl, Wesley any Injury to ,,. ,tSt , ville Sattinlay without I ij.ville. A, fellow West and other lcpuhlicaus voted "no" ... , . ,, , blm. and be seems to Ik fal recoverim;. and Moss Kirby and others "yea." It Mn. H. MvTTison tells us thathissoii eral authoritii-take hold of him. kt., J T IIAKHIhh.n oiieiicil tin was over the vote that Kirby and West in a I'hilip hits secured a situation tic! ilixir tmlic I11ltri11rJ11un1.1l cllitc, Hay St.Uinis, one of the de-- ( l.t natic. .Mn-- . Wesley Wilshire was ipiarteled ami fought, not remembering ktork ( K.uKtlcry Ki)il wliiclihu will sell iiriale-I- ) ' ton mill at diiriiiK the win. .mil on eerv Saturday and Having secured the services of C. F. KEMT, a practical Watchliglitftil summer resorts mi the (iulf adjudged a lunatic Saturday and taken that their little hands were never made court iv will hold auctions, wncn hi- will iliopo..ooils to tear each other's eyes. Judge Owsley ol all kiiuK nl hariK--- anil k.iddli-rI'his is to the Asylum at U'xington. Coast. maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness the resolutions for the women Mn. John Dtnni:ii-.i- t is Iwek fntui the third time she has been sent there. HEM EKT.P I) S h trkv ll.AK iix and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Sye Gla33e3 to suit the lVlruiingham, whither he went to lisik She would get apparently well, but after ami defended them with hi might and "PGnziy out a location for his family and Men leiuaiiiiiu; at bouie a shoit time would main. eye. again liecoiue wild and dangerous to lie is dames Daviess and Myers, CHURCH AFFAIRS. DENTISTS, and family. Her ravings bete disgusted with the place and the-- e hen-el- f needier has been dead a year and KrfMiflKcoi anci'tLr t., opj.a - gixsl people will continue ti remain in wete eutiiely on teligioits matters. en anniversary memorial services were held ite i..uri Viuc Ml work 'u;ir.ui!ccu I" Stanford. tirr .itlf.l ti.'II Mu. J. P. Hvii.rv. eireuit clerk, in- - at his church Sunday. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Coiiunon- fotiustis that there will be The Kentucky Holiness Association LOCAL LORE. The BUSTERS' GUIDE is KAVOHITK I.INKI1KTWKKX T11K Xt)K II ANI Mll'TII uenlth eimo on the diH'ket of tlie court. will hold it spring meeting at lsiued March and Sept., wliile ami j w,t,., n,,m.,ices Monday next; PIS old year. It is an NnimmtN seed potattH-sLIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' l.yon county, April of UBOful i eipiity appearances; 'j mixed oats at W. II. liiggiii" . eiiity for nil who pur Hev. Dr. John A. Hroadtis will dediIX as 3 1I()LR5". tbo luxurloa or tho chaso and ol tild ordina- cate the Haptisl church at Kuoxville, T T ,, onlinarv appeaniiii-enocossitios of life. We prices paid lor all kiinM ininTcab Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. rv. Of the Oiiuinonwealth cases ol) an Teiin., the 1st Sunday in Apiil. can olotho you and furnish you with of proihuv. A. 1. v., 1...11..V nil tho nocoBsary and unnecessary against one iniin for violating the pro- A levival in progress at the Pendle-THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. appliances to rldo.walk, danco, sleep, J. I'ur--I hibition law ami Is again-- t another. 1'miiis to the wife of Mr. ltols-iin Methodist Church, Cincinnati, has ott, fish, hunt, work, go to church, TIIKTWKAS SHORT .J. IN W. or stay at homo, and in various sizes, .UK) conversions and 10 , gUMin, Sunday, a ltiuiiiid Imiv. Sunday School Kvangelist, resulted in over stylos and quantitlos. Just flsuro out Tin: State additions. what is required to do all these things il v vino sold my stock of goods to Mr. Klder Alex O. Hopkins, gave a praNe COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 12, 1838. The CniverNilists have 7!Hi chinches n now desire to settle up service Sunday night, at tlie W. II. Higgins, estimate of tho value of tho BUYEBB' ami :!7,M)7 members in tlieCnitedStates. OUIDE, which will be sent upon my business and ask those indebted to cliuicb, illustrated by some ehoiee serip-- t 1JKA1J HI1. HKU3DOWX. reoeipt of 10 cents to pay postage, 'fhe decrease of the churches has lven please come up and settle. S. O. iniil views witii the aid of a sciopticon,, rit.MX.S NORTH KAIXSMlFFll " me to 1SV). MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. I JiNo. o Xu. 4, No, 8. night lie I'm per ce nt. since .No. 1. No So. 3. No. 5. which were very line. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. locker. statioxs. So. 1. Talniage will lecture in the Moodv Lilly. gave a sciopticon etiteitainnient and toDaily. ' Duly. Daily Kx. Sun.' Daily. Daily Daily. Hvuoviss. Since moving our entire night will give another. Mr. Hopkins Tabernacle, Louisville, Monday evening, ScOim 7sj.im l.'ic Cincinnati .. A'rv 640am 641pm 10 3 j a in 6nopm a lot of plow liar 817am 403pm stock up stairs we have March '.'(I, for the bcnctlt iif Highland S 30 a in' 4 22 p in Vt'illUmttowu .. I.'e 513.1111 is a veiy line singer and the programme yciam 5 47 p m 935pm 4 10 n in 7 24 . ni $08 inn Pn'sbyteriau churcli building fund. In 39 a m 7 oi p 10,57 p m t.coretown. lies- -, pumps, hoes, folks, shovels and is varied with some excellent music. I.evington.. 4 15 P m 7 uo am' 240pm 3 (8 a 1130pm 7 35 pm tt 05 p m 10 15 a in goods we want to cIom out andw'll The Methodist Cniversityat Mitili-elother XicIiuI.ismIIc ' IS pm sS pm 8 02 pm 3 2 627am 107pm is only ''." cents foradults The ndnii-sio- n 2 ii a m 3 iu p in 5 jo it ni .1 miction uuy 00 p m t l pm 0 10 pm uj'i.i m 1: a m, Dakota, burned ami live persons , sell them cheap. Oeo. 1). Weaten, .Ma. Somerset )o p in J 05 a m 13 10 in; 05 a in 05 a 11 .300 pm and I.'i cents for children and as the pros nager. their lives in addition to several 7 35 n ni 25 a in 9 55 pm Oakilile. 050pm j 15 m 315pm ceeds are for the benelitof a good cause, m r' ..Chattanooga 00 7 iu p ,....' 820a in 0 iu 3 looopni' BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. wounded. TI10 building was valued Ar'v ft 40 p in ..' ....1650 am 600 pin Av unpredictcd cold wave bote down t1(, ,.1(Ur ought to be packed 2 50 pin This Ufngnzino portrays Ameripm .An.illa.. t' at :0,000. .llirminliam. 10 pm 1115 pm 3 30 a in ....... 011 us Saturday night, bringing snow and 3 30pm can thought and life from ocean to .Tiicaloos.i . Hishop Dudley denies that the Din-- . 4U a in W...1.1: the Inikiiioii J.h ii.vai. is not 9 50 a m 545pm iJ 48 am disa- is filled with pure liigiioclnM hail with it, making Sunday a very ...Mcriiliiui .l.'c 5 10 a io o piiii.... iiittumi iioamAr'v literature, and can be safely welYesterday was bright, but '"l nmr can be anything but a delim- eese of Kentucky nunibeis J.'.'aS coinuut-nican615am 9 30a m Ar'v...Xew Orleans ..l.etoopm j qj p ni ... giveable dav. 1. tc lucjujui .11cnu1.1i!.. 4 30 a ,vir' with total con ti Hint inns $:Ls,S7:.,-1comed iu any family ciiele. paper, as long as the present ., 8 35 a m l.'e uiade 'it deci.lely 61; pin JacLon it keen '11 nua m L,te....Vic.t)itiri' cwpm The conect figure are 5,711 com- is ageiuent presides over us ucsiiuy, PRICE 20c. OR 83 A YEAR BY MAIL- ' pleasant. Monroe 10 aj a in p in Jo ,L vet readv ami willing to iiublish anv iniinicants and Jli:i,:i'.,7.'-,- 7 contributions. 8 15 pin Ar'v ...hrecport .....' 6oun ........1 tamplt Copy cf current number mailed upon Hev. T. S. McWillianis disappointed .1. T. II vituis savs he lias received a thing for either the prohibitionists or X. II. Train Xo. 9 leaves Oakilale at 6 oj, a m, ami arrive. In L'hattanii . at 9J0. ' Xc. iu of 25 eft.; back numbers, IS eti, v Ch.itlanooga at 4 a), 1'. M., anil arrive at Oilil.ile at 7 2 big lot of collars, bridles, hames, plow u,.)l,(.art that woiiltl be of inteie-- t to his congregation here Sunday. Prof. S. l'rcinliiiii I. l.t with .lann llotidoir llnffcl Sleeping Cars on all train.. tdiirtm ireur. Ac., bulls sullering too much with any number of its renders, and the J. Pulliam leceived a letter fiom him I'as, II Ctll.l l!U X. .en lr.. JOHN C.OAUI.T, Oener.il Manager. It. T. LUSH h SON, Publishers, f. to let the people into Ids friends of either organization can draw-o- yesterday stating that his failuieto coine a carbuncle K. C KltOI.I,, licnrral Snpcrintciulcnl 1.10 .V I.t: Pearl St., N. , yet awhile. They will save money us nt any time at will. Wo shall al- was due to excruciating pain from the store Cinviiimti, Ohm. Ccncr.il Ofi'icci.,.St. l'aiil llinlilins, Vet Fourth -ways advocate democratic doctiine pure elfcets of having a tooth extracted. by waiting on him, however. ' . Hev. F. S. Pollitt tetuined on Satin-da- v P nrr and simple, but weaie iud hide hound, ' iu 1 r . rPiioiiiniTioN Mkktixo. Mr. P. IK ' from Covington, wlieie he has been consequently do not fear to give and t . ihf. Simpson icquesU us to state that theie others a lair show as long as they show assisting Hev. Hector Savage in a proA 9 of will be a meeting of the friends tracted meeting. As fruits of their labor actions that they deserve it. in Stanford, on bv their at the there were over oil conversions and Saturday, March 17lh, at --' i'. u. for the Pcini w's 011 the principle that a man to the church.- - Hiurodshurg transaction of impoi taut' business. had as well go the whole hog when he Deiuoi'rat. nutlet takes a thing, whether there is a The Haptist diuich last Sutuid.iy That Hox. Sister Hose Kichanls savs 4VJVJVJM lFt'MUl n LYft consideration or not, the Sigtheir former action, calling that nioivjif the money for the Haines nal Serviie his proposed to Hev. P.O. F.lsom for tluve Sundays a bov comes to her by letter than is placed Walton that if lie will take the month for a year, and called him for his '1?SLs''r-r1from a received in it here. She temperature t hive times a day, the humidle period. at Paint l.iek and .l ftoiu one at ity of tlie atinivphereiis many times ami eutiie time lor an indefinite friend We will make a specialty of has accepted though iie had more hu raKeene, Ky., the latter not even giving caiefully measure each ntinfalland lepoit fiom Ocorgia and Virginia, so her name. Don't forget the. box hut put to the department once a week, together the oiler fcjTff yjjftCCiijm&&'4 HORSE AND JACK BILLS, figgnB! that he could attend the Theological it, however small. something nil with his opinion of the otl'ect of such Seminary another year ami become a full Together with the Newspaper upon the crops, it will furnish graduate. A coi'V of the new road law was conditions barometer and Advertisements of them, this seareceived by County Attorney Carpenter him with a thermometer, Tliti Hon. PaltL'txiiu post, (5. A. It., gauge upon his giving snllicient bS son, and have added largely to vesteiday and upon an examination we rain of Pliiliululphin, lvsolved tluit tin Uhhih, tmUbntild blnthhAdl our stock of Cuts. For IU5 li bflttr iiiul that its provisions are even moie bond that he will leturn them at tlieend Give us a call 1)0 U'lUU'iVil to .Vlllltor IJltU'K- - ' ottxe vifthoa cmj,1,1nJ,jlil15 j,uJ0"f SEEDS and - sweeping than given in our last issue, of his service or pay their value should ill till' imt r OULBSi , get samples and prices, or of Ki'iitti.'kv, for mi nohlv tlcfi'iitl- - PLANT iS riiiilrMl'iiii.nitiifarljlMin,UlliB2 or destroyed. It is hard. tlin..,i..i'i the document in full they be broken We shall publish minmm GUlDKonly low ly necessary to state that he has ordered IIIK lilt' llll'lliorv., Ol lllOHl) irifll llllll IIIIU. ' wum l.i l.uy. nn.lviiU. 1'rlisof11, ana nsmini;)0co rkn lor huiit.t Should 1o used few month tcfon conflnemeot. in our next issue so that those all'ccti'd the outllt." He in used to working for imtriotH, Cn'iiH. ticorue Is, MoCli'lliin una luciuJiogntniii.ri.ipgtKxii'oriocpnuwortbofS DaE. C. WALTON, li. M. Rend for book " To MotUM," B4l)od fre. Jlllk-- 4 VICU. MI'KIMiMA-by the law can see how far Ijiwyer tlie public good "free, gratis for nothing." Wiiillt'ld S. Iliini'Ofk.. BruPTUUi IfaitJCLATO On., AUtAU, O. himself. . vison Iuih overreached t p m. rain leave K.i land at 7 winni and return at - w - - W'k fear -- will M ERCH ANT TAI LOR AND SUMMER er C'yn-thian- SPRING GOODS. s. doe-tor- , iK-r- , ! v I tepre-H'tite- Il I - . " " , ,.,, . -- ! -- - A9 Mo FENNY, 7. lc a-- u.ed, -' m J I'liy-lcia- j 111 .. - - J x J 1 11 t I i - ' -- 1 1 1 l- - ... .- - i.ii-l.t- ses-io- u, r ' 111 1 ... ' 1". l - FXjEA.SE - obsebye Lk - , 1 - tinp PI'rP lllii.lt. l.o-- ! APT S A IP'UILIL ASioirilMEMT V CHT J v ! t ,,. S ADDIiSIir . i s I.iiii'-.ihtc- r WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. j .irirkt-cl.- c . pre-ent- ed & jS.Qrbort, -- jht-fectl- y I QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. I , iM-U- eas -- 1 ... ,.,U, s L o oncy-Iclopcd- ia 1 t 1 -- I Cliri-tia- I 1 -t 111-11- 4 . l, lo-- oth-er- mxamwm 111 111 11 11 11 1 11 1 11 .1 11 111 111 4 .1 f l.'vc.Cliatt-iiiooK.i.- . 1 110 11 le 1 ts . 111 nl li' 11111111 0. j 111 1 . ! 4 lc I .V K) g Mn-et- I . ! L I i '.S -- J pmlii-bitio- u . . V... TO HORSEMEN. Couit-lioiis- e u" I av lit Friend wy Sf J wjBB i gal liiii-n- iaiStna;-oiorrfPiM- , i I f. 1 -- - 1 I y. ATTENTION, FARMERS I FIELD AND FARMYARD. art rT Anr.il four jenrs, or about tho time) Iwlllpiylhe Mtflied cah price for Freh By hard work and cloe economy she youn trees should begin to boar, tho orKK, to he delivered at the Emigrant lloue, H Crab Orchard, K). and the boys had saved enough to buy n chard limy bo needed down to grass. Clover A TRAMP. THE MISSION OF Is best. M. t.lVINli.srON. j.,in turkey and a few other luxuries for the 3novn?mirNtfa'ff CNiato r a wonderful It Tlio fnlluwinu article is sent by Mr. Thanksgiving dinnerthereby hoping what mnlte Ions a cow Is dlflereneo under co'uli. ruHcd from LOUIS SCHLEGEL, Daniel Slngg with the ri'ijuewt that it he to give me a pleasant surprise. I overBolter conditions havo made tho cow inillinlied for the benefit of Mime poor heard their planning, and after they had of civilization, just as bettor corilUlous havo tempted fellowiniin ami hid family. Kil. retired I ro.M' from my feigned sleep and mndo the clvllbed man. - Lratiuc llotli llv stirring tho soil, or boforo incii.Moxiv ICV It was only a family pit lie ting at carried the turkey to the nearest saloon weedstimelyreach tho surface, Instead of tho alcan LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Squire DiuilapV, thin Tlinnksjiiviini. ami traded it for liquor. In the morn- lowing them to become a foot high, will I'hotorapet in all tyle and ue. I'icturei in navo of tho labor. This will .lohn'fl folka hail come down frotn town, ing the reproaches and tears of my famiI'aily, he tite lo Traveler, Sen- de India Ink, Crayon and Water glvo and I.ida and the children had stopped ly m angered me that I drove them out fle'd, tho young crop entire possession of tho t ilt at virlo followed with a large and hamlaomo price. ijjiii lnt'rtn ill THE MOST RAPID ROUTE on their way home from clinrch. into the blinding storm, ami in spite of growth. ISO. M. rr.KKIN, K, MKTIX "I've a jireat mind to net the table in their pleadings 1 was arrested and a few Tim duTercneo between good and poor IlHUIlllKMI, KMA, I5S;. the kitchen," said Mother Dunhip. "It's weeks later I was sentenced to six seed is often tho dUTorcnco between large, Ker attempted between the ceeat commercul Allirlnht ,: Martin beg t infrtrni their miny citieoii llie tllno Kiter and Chicago, and heme tine, even luxuriant crops on ono hand, and " than the more comfortable months imprisonment. friendt and ciitomer of the chance in firm name the fattett time and m tt comfortable trains be uneven and fooblo ones on tho othor, and If tw ecu all point In the South, or to the W'etl and "When I again breathed the free air theyaro Iato in ripening, tho frost Is ready Norlhwetl, The counterpart of thl train on all MARTIN & PERKINS, qiiirk-ly- . of heaven, my delicate wife and cripple! to take Its share. Tho difference between "Do, mother," returned John, denominated 'I he Limited Kipret trunk line he iitpcrh rolline ttock we employ Kit ft patrui may "It will be so much more home- boy were dead buried in the Potter's mo r.vofarm. uo numirciis or Hollars on a 1 he new firm hope not only to auttatn the repuUnlimited Comfort slnjlo tation of the old, but intend to make many imall Coupon Ticket OtIUe in the Sout' like. It does not seem like old times Field and my daughter und four sons provement in the manufaiture of tobicco winch Tin: seeds for sugar beets ur" sown In )im will find our time table and ticket. Say M will be tothe inters. t of our iutumer. We will non, (el Monon and tllck to Monon, it )nu waVt when you make quality of Lida and wen' scattered among strangers." ppring ubout corn-pi- . at :n time, or a llttlo deiote peilal attention tJ uur Natural Leaf to tate money and have a pleaanl Joiirnct, me. brand of Kentucky' bett leaf, I'hankin: )ou Here the old man's emotion choked earlier On Rood noil, wuh thorough cultiK U.McrOKMICK "That's so," chimed ill matronly I.ida. for pa. t favors and atkin for a .onlutuation of (icneral 1'attenucr Atfent, Lhican him and he buried his face in his hands vation, they have been known to yield as your trade, we remain Kespecirullv jour, high a j twelvo hntulred biuhcls per acre. City Ticket Agent and Ortictr "There is no place so heartsome as the MAK1IN A' l'ir. iv iv . cs K, A llvikNKN, jj; itlt Ave., l.oulville, Ky, and wept bitterly. At length tho parox- Fed In moderate quantities, with hay or dear old kitchen." I. M. Tokursc. U Vine it , Cincinnati, Oht' for sheep ysm of grief having suiilcd, he looked other dry feed, thoy are So the Ion;; extension table was spread Tlii powder never Lines. A martel of purity. up, and took up the broken thread of and other stock. strength anil whnlrimcnc More in the kitchen, and the whole family THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. Eiiu.r lambs nro profitable, and none than the ordinary Linda, und ciiinot er nomical III be his story. should bo lost for kick of care; warm competition with the multitude of low tctl,toldlicrt from little toddling Freddy to the 'From that day to this I have been a ntublo and plenty of roots will conduce to ' weight alum or pVotphate powder Sold only in CettllUate of toik in the Fanner National grandfather gathered round the Km At. INkiNn I'.ihukk Co., (tank of Manford. dated April ), lllij for 67 reduction In ptur ever U'ml sworn enemy to every form of intoxi- tho comfort and health of tho ewes. If tho cam The all Street, New York 106 Wliilc the sniiiri' w.'ih tomtitiniT ilimii'ttbarc and pajable to Mr Aarah I. Well ha WAI.l itrratctt hoem and repair KK HKI.DS' fir.t . la lamb is very weak and feeblo at flrnt, do cants. As I could not pun a foothold in been loator iiutlald, and I hereb) warn any I hanking my friend for their pat favot hop KrftM'tl fitrL-nII id not allow It to gotch'llcd; nursuig and earo ..nKitir tliii trf.xit or peron agalntt trailing for or olhetwuc I tolicll the tame In the future. All kind of work . .it., ,Mr I..wI..hI t'l... 111Iirivy profession, I was compelled to nc will often savo au apparently hopeless case, for the ainc The finder will confer a i-In the bett if t)le and warranted lo fit HTSTTBrlE with Dr () ttey, caihicr of the done favor by (eating cept odd jobs wherever I could pick und nt tho samo timo savo money for tho atitfaition or no pay. An) thin in Iron or nl V II A KM KM IT. aliot e named Hank. VOl CIS. be rntin ed. a Kite Uwcntboru, Ky. that ton want WA1. me trial and Imncrttillr them up, and all these years I have been owner. Mutiul L,lfc tm IKK KIKUIS, "Some of those impudent peddlers," a o 1'otvtoe.s nro decidedly benefited by wanderer on catth. Had this been the Co., Philaapplications of coal aohes in almost said .Mother Duulap, us she resolutely EDWARD H. FOX, only curse that followed me, 1 should any kind of scil. They aro also used with on the stove. "I'll placed her coffee urn never have complained, for I deserve it pxxl results as u mulch around trees and bend him about his IniMiiesx, I'll be reliable, native ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, it Unit all; but toe braml of Cam was upon my ' shrubbory. For this miriwso tho ushes may coinp.int, nldandthnroiiKlilt tear with 'iitt ij,Joii,iioo be jpro.ul on tho surfaco two or three inches iitsct andnow In it Mirpfu bound," she continued as she crossed children. One of The Original Wins. UANVILMO, KY. Its my sons now fills it deep Coal nshoa from the house aro gen- low .u am old and rcll tide cmnpinv,rate arc an' Ji,v," C. P. Slrnmona. SL Loult, l'rop'r with ditl-the kitchen to answer the knock. But drunkard's M . A.Simmon Liver Medicine, ElM grave sent there by the erally railed with raoro or less wood ashes, dend unurpard a reputilinn for fair dealing iSao. in the U, S Court DtrnAT I wlivn she opened the door she stepped bv In uit Ilaa noted to hi elegant new bmldinj opp.ite hand of his frenzied brother, who is to- which act directly and powerfully ns a .excelledcall thenone and pi tin hutlnc etcr.tbodv W ould II. eilln, l'rop'r A. (J. Slrnmona Llv men to it attention of hastily back; for instead of the expected day a prisoner for life the politrue and It better than ctcr prepared to r Iteculator, lit'd by Zellin SW. new endowment, act uinulatcd iirplu and A per because of the fertilizer. accommodate the pr'jln with fine lure frmi M. A. S. L. M. h (or 47 )eart peddler; it was a most forlorn, woebeSrarxo knees in horses e.rc generally cent ituarantcrd Ihmi.U plan of politic as men photograph to life tire. Satitfav Hun uaraulced. cured InnioikTloN. lliLtoi anain. e crime committed while under the liOrt Women inirr,l tin the me ntr caused by over exertion, or sorno work humbly begging for u morgone tramp, DTtrtrsu.SiCK lliaitcnc,l.o. JOHN K FAU.KNEIl, of rum and the remaining con, which throws au extraordinary strain on ArrtTiTi, 8oe bTouacn. Ktc nitrlit.Rciit fur heiitticV. sel to cat. His white hair and hungry O. W METOALF. JR., i Her, T 11. Heimt, 1'aator.M. K. tho forutega. In some horses ihero is an who furnished the weapon to both deChurch, Adam, Tmn., write "M Bidface did not appeal to her in vain. stroyer and destroyed, refused to raise a hereditary tendency toward this ailment. iinink i inoultl nave been dead but ATTY. AT LAW& REAL ESTATE AGENT. t In moflt 0.1304 It la difficult to detorinmo ding him take a seat on the porch, she lor your t.enulne M. A. him- hand or lend a dollar to have the hard where tho exact seat of tho trouble Is to on i.iver icoicmc have JIAKIIOI.'KVILI.K, KV. closed the door and began buttering aometlmc had to iubtitut As a rule medicines do llttlo good sentence mitigated. When I reproach"Zellin' lull" for jour Mcdl bread to satisfy his hunger. may TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. cine, but It don't aniwcr lh ed him with being real culprit, he here, yet in some cases an Wilt practice in any court in Ktrn Kcnlutky purpotc." "0 mother, let him come in and eat turned upon me likethe tiger, and accused restore tho animal. Hiring recently equipped a fine (toiler Mill in hiamiuatian ot Und title nuile a tpecialty Any a Dr. I. It. Gram. KJIInr Tit A noit-o- needs at least two pails of water the too ii of Stanford by the fire," coaxed the Squire. mineral to tut e we ilcf)tliran) Mill of tiie tract of limber, ctktl and any point land for kArfd. Mrmnhil. Tenn. un me of being the originator of all the woes a day, and if given half a pailful before equal in tii! ty 'f llxur. Information lurnMhett on and think alr. I rrcelved a nackaea of tour Liter cilln "In! Joshua Dunlap! I just wish you tohcited aii tf .lioiil.l hire county pride enough lo Medicine, and have ueJ hallol it. and shame that had overtaken my fami- meals, or four time n day, It will bo suffi- the count and iniMtrmne could see his tattered, dirty clothes. It work like a charm. I want no uiain cient, unless when hard at work in sultry form whom tt mat the ijine Ve with to the ly, and I could not give him back the that we are in belter Liver Itreulatnr and cerweather. Do not give warm wnt''r at any market to bii jour coniern and ... tu and will ..I Why, he'd bring us cholera or smallwheat tainly no more ot .rilln'a raliture. lie, for I knew it was only too true. My timo of tho year, but the chill muv lc taken w.ij gie the hiyhrO market pn r fur vime. We pox," responded Mrs. Dunlap, briskly. new to hae added daughter would siuirn lier old "father off in whiter, so that it will not be lev. Do department omecan machinerymeal our corn meal tint ant "Never mind, mother, he can sit on from . uu tnif.iH "i tfa'.n.l uimu,! nm-- nii.iiu in per.on It and beHon make by any other milt annot mulled her door should he I'ssaV to tread' chair, and I'll guarvery warm, ana uo noi worn nam imme- l'i thi n inity We oltcit a trial in our Itotir and that old STANFORD, KY upon her threshold. 'meal departmeut All hain grata in our line diately after eating heartily. antee he will not disturb us. See how-i- t ' forulewi!! plt.neiiM at ths Mill, wbere our "I am old, poor and alone, and nothAgooii liquid grafting wax, adapted for agent will be fund at all time., who will Kite the stornw, and this is Thanksgiving, you E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. ' ing but your kindness could have indue- - painting the wounds made in pruning trees, bet price for ime. Ilranani htptturT us make one fellow-bein-g know. W. X. 1'OTTN. in atock eu me to uncover mo oiti wounds to a and to other purjwscs, may lw made by S.i, I., Stanford Itoller Mill lo J31 tf happy." melting one pound over stranger's gaze. Vou have done me a firo and stirring in of ounce of a gentlo ono beef talvery ungraciously, the So, though favor for which I am truly grateful a low. When the mixture, after i;lng reMotel .till mji itamt CHICKEN Thi td ami tramp was given a warm corner in the . it hlh repmatitMi, and It Proprietor it favor which my own kin would have do-- moved from tho fire, has cooled off kitchen; and a heaping plate of hot eight ounces of alcohol aro to bo ed that il tliall b teod lo ho ton Bin II t' nled me and I have repeated my sad ' added to Cholera Cure ! it If too cool for mixing, place r Alien turkey, savory vegetables, and a steamtbc Stale iu it Fare, ApfNMiilMcnl. story with the hope of rendering you a over tho firo again, carefully guarding tho and convene J t twin to hi lluvtt. ing bowl of fragrant coffee were followed APOLLO lasting service of warning these voting ' aicouol against taking lire. When cool put from deMl free of charge' Snal air imrnoda bv delicious desert, with such slices of it in battle or cant, and lseep well closed. ttott to Comncrtial Irnvclert men of the dangerous jiath they en cake and pie its would have satistied the tered. There U alunyr danger in the SOMNAMOULISTIC FEATS. hunger of a much more critical taste ! The father may lie but than that of the miserable vagrant. A Cnicoo yo'ing man whilo In a nom-- , his son, with inherited nil. "It is Thanksgiving, and I want every feebledconHtitiitions to tastes and in- i numlmllstic stnto nnu nlorht overcome, can not took hU wlfo for a neddler, of whom ho had body to have something to give thanks . d who resist teiniitation with his strong will."! Iwou dreaming, and ordcretl her out of tho ' Notice hctibt yltcn that the imdi for," the Squire would say at every new room. Ujwii of the .harra o( the awakened ho found that mvn imrc than . young taeesi he had kicked her out of l)ed, much to her lie (iap tock ul tlic I'ral' Ortli.ird and Chappcll manifestation of his generosity. Turnpike Itoad (iimpint, a corporation oruan " The poor old tramps' eyes as well its around the table as he finished, surprise p.nd dbgust. The Best in the ihr (iciieial AMCinblt nil tad uiulir an Aituf l'chruary ' A 17, t'vri und villi Kcntuck), appniti-Willie his tongue, were not remiss in express- ..;...... still held the glass his father had nearr:tihaud in tho, cmp'.oy of a farmer Crab Orihard.V uu uni. ... .1 Trcntcn, .. .1 ctio r.lcht, not lonir tll 'An Act toTurnpikeinto tliu toinpany," lute 1.: ...1 . C'liappcl'a (lap Itiud iiti'ri r since, while usleen, jt'iniictl throui'h a win Lt lii laiaii. iiiii i ' iir ".i-,.WORLD. ing his gratitude until, to complete the " iitciatrdtbcintht-liKrthen niilliMtlrrd bt an host pressed up- nest, troubled look in the eye of the old, dow to the ground, twenty feet bo!ow, carfeast, the Att ul llir (icneral At'inblt of Kenluikt. an forsaken tramp, lie placed it resolutely rying the sash with him, and walked two pnittit April 1, lM. and entitled "An Att an on him a glass of sparkling wine. tliorUlnkr turmukr, t;r.itil and plank road omiiim SEND FOR CIRCULAR, , miles. When found he was still asleep ami nlrt ili.irtrrrif l' pvcial Art of the (.rneral A Starting back quickly, a look of horror on the table and said, with a rim: of de- nearly frozen to death. tcmlil) tu rroran'tc and operate their mail under came into the small grey eyes that had cision in his voice: A:.- engineer on the Ilrio railroad ono the central iiKorporaliutt law ul Kintuck),'' and 4th and Main, f Tli on s.i nils of dollars worth of "I have drunk my last gin?-- of wine, night while fjning at a .tpoed of thirty miles hate abandiiut'd und reliiiiuithrd the nghl been so expressionless before, and the aid company under lie aforiuaid barter LOUISVILLE, - KY. an hour noticed the flutter of some thing so help me Uod!" granted by the aid Act of the deiwral Aui'mMy. chickens die c cry year from Choi in a hoarse voice: "Take it tramp approted I cbruan 17, ileA, and hate "reunited era. It is more fatal to chickens than white on hla cowcatcher mid on going for"Amen!" the tramp. away. It is a murderer!" a ttodt .triitrute utdtr the urneral intu young woman In her ward discovered Kirporation latt o tbi ttaic, via ibapl rtfu(the all other dire.tses combined. Hut the The S.jtiTS-- wiped his eyes with his Wie hud wandered out in her "Ungrateful wretch!" cried the Squire. General Statute and live amendment Uteretu discovery ol a leiiteuy mat All the stockholder nl the alortnald Lrun (Inhartl "How dare jou insult my hospitality sleeve, complaining that "this mean cold bleep und c'jinbercU. to her perilous perch acts it has been made, and to be conand I hamuli' (iao Tumplki ltoad CiHtitMUit while the engine v.ca Mopping und was thus? After partaking of my bounty to keeps my eyes runnim: from morning awakened by its w.'ustlo. Der escape from hall be iiirmber ul the Unit torpor He to b or- - vinced of its eflicacy only requires a till night." .iniMd tiuilcr tin noiiit2875. cast such slander in my teeth!" death was marvelous. oe ine t. rait trial I lie name 01 me orgaitiAatiun a bottle is enough for The old tiamji did not go tint into 'the ortipiKi- nmu iinnimnT trrenaru anu A luniii'.ii In Loudon has recently jier-- f "Pardon me, sir. I meant uu offence," one hundred chickens . .. It is guarliall r.e l rar uiul u prim ipal place 01 nuliic answered the wr.'tcheil specimen of hu- sioini mat nigiit; ami m tin nioiiiing, ormed a rather clever feat. The shop was Orebard, Kr. The general butinew nhall be tu anteed If, after using two thirds of full uf fustomurs, ami oin of thorn wus mail now iinilruttml and known a upcrati the manity, "but I can not touch any kind wlion Ik'ht't t'oitli on hit jouriii'v uwiiu, ucfcoit'af the operation of harin?, v.'lion it a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly the I rab Orchard and ( haiipell (iap Turnpike i w us .,i.i :.. cltiiii, ifiinirirtHhle .,. pir-- . ,ra.i ,. .?,.,, and to cnottrutt additional turiinikc Irom the satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ....fV., of spirits." present ti rinliiu ol mid mud It Oltemheini mid closed, tliuii.Tli Uo siill lscpt pas.i!i tlio tlw t hole road Cholera, return it to the undersigned "It is not ofti a that gentlemen in your iiiuiiia nun 111 111.S iKH'Ki-- iiifiviiiy u In cniiiiileted to k iiulboriaed sh ill be any amount rjiorovor tlio fuco or Ins vi3itor After road tiekft tint wotilil ttirrv htm hat-The capital "btanding are co choice about their faie," i not t xi 11 ilii'K littutt thousuiHl dollar and shall and your money will be refunded. th oponition v.'iw Lomo tliai'. iiiul be paid in at iuh tline und iiimhi outh cnuilltliin. tone. to tin' home of his ihihlhooil. A !u Tor Sale bv .Mc Hubert A.Susgretorted Mr. Dunlap in wJuiMr.vi tho HiirprMO of thono in tho j a Khali be pre, ribtil bt the llircelort tliiyrt lat-- r, a filing of lnV wuV ar- ahpp to hoar tlio UdrR'r exclaim: "O no, "1 ugreo with you, sir; but when I tell v fi he oiniiu nctment of tlii ctwporattiin hJI he ' not n pril 1, ihM, und kh.ill terminate nn April I, yet," at tho samo timo opening his cyos. you that I once had a happy home, and rival ami iiiKtiii thanking hir. hi'iu'f.icto It then hsotmo ovltlmt thnt ho was fast , was rwi'Ivi'tl. lb, Jf.iir ol Put mrpnration aie In be run- Newport News it Miss. Valley Co. around for tlu'ir kiinliii'.N-gathered my sons and s nml lmtt shaved tho uiun whilo in dm ted bvn l)irectnr Hoard nmtlMwid ul u 1'rr This was the laM tin Duiilaps evir1 nslocp, me on Thanksgiving Days, und bid them thdt oonditlon. rnalc I il IJM.Iln' iil'i i li ilf in ti.uk lo nb nt and four Dirnlnrs, tthuhallbe elertett nil l of tlu-i- Thaiil:triviii": tramp, hut tin it s.iturdat In April "I tear w.iyon 1 A rmv nights qjjo, on a very cold nifjlit, a drink each other's health, jut a you hilinihcsl amount nl iudebtedlMrM to which In tlnot horn, D.irk b.it it' d hijj il liorc in and that it was the hi lunl iiiTiiiiiiilifhi'd his iiiNmuii viiii ' teuycar-oU- l Hon of Hiiut Torrenec, of l'unx tlit- btbn.dir mid the this inrporatiiin ahall at ant time kubjett iUelf doing br tire & , moso from his hod whllo asleep, Kintutkt. tifftred to tht publi. at o Imt a pruc slull nut uxieed lilteeii hundred dollar on their tahh' iiwun. wine glass that ruined that home, and 'I lie pruale iropirt nf the nn.khi.ldirt liall o lihtr.it and without htopping to put on his clothes, and be exempt from the corporate dehb. when he (In, unlocked tho bent me a vagabond upon God's earth, door and went out ink. , no II Miller, PULLMANrCARS AND SOLID TRAINS $30 to Insure a Living Colt. W Kr of T C John lluiliamin. JJa II I hate its very covcivil wluit a tni"li' it fopt llllll to tho cold world. He wont to tho hotisoofn s lltinibvr, ileeM; vou will not wonder that iV about two liundietl yards distant, llarrik.Ailin'r nf M J llarri. dec'il, niihbor i niiiilt, bt lt.lt farpentir; Tmtn of Crab 'ive up hi.- b1iw, vleili'il the sight." siredbt WII.KIN'SMK UVIICH.klreof llliuk rapped 011 the window and iibhcil udmlt-7 pV, "That's no affair of mine," snapped ger in ittoiv for his hoVs ami cxire.-e- tl l).re, V T. sayitiK there wcro robbers hi his fu- - 1'rimr Jack, 1 Kinglet J'"H. mil the dam ul Onhard.bv tanee, 1'oll.ir.l lll.ick 3). To Washington, Richmond and n I.S... ... Tin... .1. OUlll. .....I lllljiu the Squire, a s he passed the glass in his liis ratitiule to the poor old tramp they ,,,.. o .11iiv 11U nun u.,..t ......... uuu ,1. ...... I). Allct, trial in'i, dam nt Wilton, :m' tiiw. called up his parents and told the Bamo und Albtrt" 1'ruiice, ajoH.bt lt sDYC'K'h hand to his youngest son, William, a had h.'i'rieiidi'd on that stormy Old Point Comfort. IIAlll.K'IONIA.V,L'r.inild.iin'l..idy Criatrold lhdle V. VhWiolin, ntory about robbers. Uif mother nlioolt Tnul to by i'ljin Morifiiii . youth of seventeen. him briskly and ho awoke. Wilkin Micatvbvrua KlredlM Ittnltck'M The tramp .shuddered a little and then in lluti-- e mid Health. iluin I..11I) llrinvn, d.iin' ul I'iiktviik, Vi, bt Anicrii Sl.ir, yriiiid t,iin lt SCRIPS AND SCRAPS. went on as if talking to himself: "Yes, N'lL'rr f ancc, Mill nf I. inn, non nt Aiiierii.ui LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE To Loulavllo and Oinolinnati. The jury of 'J ww adopti'd hceause I was once a iepecled banister, who Kclijwe Al.L.iu u nutshell- - tho kernel. llkliu. Miriiwher iliid toiinj; iiud left but (civ the proplietH wen- li', the iiiotli' weje Coiineiii.Mi.(ilirici fi.r .ill point in the RAILROAD. A not only bequeathed to my children the mail is generally v.itupced, rich brcidini; mid iiiltn; but I10111 ht m.iKiiiliceiu form. In ifave ibiiiid.int proinUe of a man. legacy of a depraved appetite, but who 12, then were 12 Jewish jii'l;i, 12 WEST NORTH-WEShe (.real AND ilium brilliant career, both tin ibe track and In the of the temple, 12 patriarchs, 12trihes JJov's comiHisiiioa on water" Good ter lud .M.iji.r Tboiii.u Morton, nl Nett York, strengthened that appetite by daily tamdrouud eats in." thut lie refuted for Wilkin Mb att wrote SOUTH-WESpering with choice wine in their pres- of Israel, 12 stones iu Aaron's breastplate, ilc.ith nffernf THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Ske tho young man with. tho big lump on berjiit short lime before hi ,irl 12f.'!itcs of .leir.silein, 12 sij:iis of the llurr, .i) that $c,uun, and the Kic.it ilrh tr, ( ence and on extra occasions," allowing his nose. Did amnio kick him I Oh, 'no; be has .limit lo The lit ill the death nf No. ,. N'a.l ho has been playing polo 011 tho ice and has Wilkin Micmlier breeder Mistnined the Ion nf IN Krmc.TN.o them tlie luxury of my rare champagnes. zodiai'. When juries were Hist 13 'tj. Dail) one 01 tlic er (;re.itet nf ill the Krent knim nf old I'.X, Slin the judge took the jurors atouml u polo proboscis. Dalit. I nrucejmmmy Twenty yearn ago We uro informed by one who was lately ll.iinblctoiilaii .imlilc toiu.in.w ho sired both aire and lljmlyck' l.te I.otiKtille p m 6 j j a in 7 last Thanksgiving dinner. My intem- with him iu a cart until they ngived. Jf In tho shoo hushioss that " theso d.iinnf llAUKAWAY li.inniri.il 10 j piperlortiicn rrr I.cMngton iu jj p m 50 a m w,ti, perate habits had heroine so public a to they didn't iijjice they were lined and nro uothiii' iu tho world but Nannie goats." und ban nireil in; nun who I1.1t e ilrtd met boo White .mlpliur Sluing.. 5 10 a ni t ierforiiam and has shed the d,un " Charlotlttille ol en pir1 imprisoned. p tu MJun S in 40 a in injure mo socially, and my business, of It has been obsorved that innuy of tho furitu-- tvllh record nl a.,(n und lnttLr, nrntin Richmond. q no p in sop m Nc port New writers of tho present day liavo led noses, him the UTC.ltcsttrnttluiF bnrte nrnifunitiir llmt b.ih 10 J5 a 6 3$ p in Financial course had begun to suffer. Liven of great men all lemiiid us that It Is safe to sai that many havo 110SC8 J t ippe.ired, mid AI.I.TlC, the d.iin nf .irkuw.l V, Old Point Comfort 11 ' a m ; tu p in nne uu mn re.liui uau;iuer lie nuit Norfolk troubles staled me in the face, and to if we cannot do mine, wo can tell our that uro more read thau their books. 10 a m 7 40 p m hm7.ii .ippni.icliin HtjdlckVt ll.imbletoii.ts hire Wathington 9 40 p in 8 jj p in escape the convictions of my conscience neighbors, how (ranter's chicken FiusT Ah! wafg dlsl I tlnk priulucini; d.una Aineric.in ht.ir, the hire nf Louisville Ilalnmnre JJ pm'n ji n m cholera ailt nf Wllklns .Mic.tttbcr We I'hiladelplua 3(119 1 ni a m I drank deeper than ever before, that cure restored our chickens, that were Isoketehed outer suintln' dis time." Second know llrnwn, tlie d.iinnf llAUKAWAY will bear To Nashville, the brenllnjt New York 6 J9 a ml 5 jo a ni It. 1. " Wut Is it, Jerry, yer foun', n " the ihct lin.lljU and we hiiveeter) enntiileme day. In my maddened fury, which in- biek enough to die, to perfect health and Memphis, First It. 1. "Dlinun, glaug out a that he ttlll (irnduce cpeed .indue liilictetho.e creased with the shadows of tho night, I that if it Jails your money will be refund- datl It's u lutnii uv coul big ez yer list." ti.ilrnnllnn him will re.tlue sm imiili prmlt Iroui I.exlnstnn Hitltion Train run lie Central Ilia prndutc as (rnni the produce of inn home In Atlanta, ....... Main Line Train catt of lluntingioii run he time c. i i boy from the ed by McHobeits A Stagg. K.i., took my little waua- eintuuren, the r.ind. and hi hllie khould make brund m ires :.'! cm nine, which i one uour fatter than Central Montgomery, auer wont conies rcsv, linn 11 WO uo our worthy the embr.uik of the hliicm IiIimmI Ilreed time. arms of his mother, andthiewhini down work faithfully imil well, wo shall hnd rest its lire Intltid to i.ill mid examine fur themselte Aiinrrio.wu. tkains.vu, ,,. daiie Little Rock, ci,i Sim.Uv l....rti:.. ii.ii the stairs, injuiiug him in such a way as a sweet relief. Now, tell mo, scholurs, what the hnrte and his pro. lure Attenlinn i e.illcd to A Now Yorker's Contrivance. F.;.v.., ..." ..:" . " .""1'1 1 '"' '" aicr the fuiluwinextr.ut Orleans, render him a cripple for life. I idolto Mobile and New It is thut your fathers most desire when A New York man Is said to bo at work on Cincinnati wa inrheter u jja m, Olnkv, III , Mar, lo, 1SS7 .No. u, daily except hiinday, leave they return homo from their labors, worn ized my baby and the blow almost killed (t eontrlvanco with which ho hopos to male llark.iu.i) outer made what could be Cincinnati Only nne change to point in w nil i.eainjinn 1Z fl , arm. .,,,, . c. lin M Toll me, what do thoy want tailed kcason In his life until tuti bought him ,.KI me. Still I only vowed to bo more tem- all liousokwpers forever Independent of gas and weary 7ipmjOlite llilUjuo m (lur people were absolutely dead to the merit of mostl" Class (vociferously)" Beer." and coal companies. .".o. j, daily, leate I liftmi Forae It U a metal box which o 'mares whtn three tears thctrutler perate in my use of intoxicating drinks at 7 oo a m: & A wuiTEii In a scientific papor makes tho old und Rut lleerted lit Clnrlctoiiu,,p m ,; rrne Ashland Je 40 p m; two colt, both owned here, Jiuf ton an be left standing anywhere, and Into It is Colnmhu it 1. ,. not to forsake them altogether and thrown all tho refuso ot tths houso, including nssortlou (lint any ono may, whilo holding could not buy either for Jjiio, You can not No. 6, daily (eatc Ashliml 710 a m; buy .1 Iliirkawayjuuncitter iiioriiruiind Olney for tho breath, hnndlo with perfect safety tho soon I was their slave as much as ever. iust, tubes and the debris of the tablo. CerCljr le.ton jj am; Clifton Forge 7 36 p arrite at les than f oo In )joo, out nl coiiiiiiuu marcs." He ni EMIGRANTS r,!ltY,n ."l'1!"! Car on all through train, and wo tain chemical agents an then set at work and liveliest kind of a wasp. Wo do not wish kertcd in Ills whole llfoaj mare rtml ot Creditors, beized our piopeity, lout mi'n",,.v,1amlll" lMVe Norlork on electricity Is produced aud stored which may to controvert this nlutcmoiit, but in our l'or net trul ) curs lie r.in wild in p.iature 'Vue.day, Vedne.dar, Thursday and Sattir , Seckins home on the lineof thi ro.idjwill receite were cast upon tho cold woildlioiiie-1ib- . afterward lx used no mare, during the Special rate. day at 6 30 p m lor New York. for heat and light But if personal oxporicnco with tho Insect wo whelherl would ;u undcttime I tv.tk trtini; to see omtuy nn toil nf the agent ol thi Company for rales, routes Jly clients forsook mi', and tlio them nn to Ivi no eoal storosalxut tli house, havo found greater safety in uceolorutod sod, II. C, .StMis. lkVtomckeeo,'addrr.'.,,,r0rm:,,,0n C,- " locomotion than in suspended respiration. " . W. A. ltUSSi:i.l.,or Addie c"orWri,e,C.l'.ATMOKE.O.I'.:&T.A.. allien come from f Boston pujiport of tho family devolved upon my when- v Semi-Weekly Interior Journal "I will never forget the next Thanksgivingthe last my wife spent on earth. -- tpij 'fl'' appuillK-- 13- calf-hocx- l. PHOTOGRAniER, A NEW FAST MAIL Cd-irt- . nine-tenth- s - dining-room.- I I 1 POWDER n.t Absolutely Pure. j-- LOST! 11 silver-heade- d - per-to- v 1 1111 L- mod-orat- Jin the Pciin -l I ' X 1: Insurance delphia. THAT FIGHT ' pi- inllu-dic- 1 N OTXCE 1 : , - 1 . . 1 i ..,' 1 ! split-botto- . lt al) flATEH' ( I somo-wha- t, 0C.5uL.Slatfc dtt-rnn- ll;ae s lia' 4 wine-cup- ,,,,,,., 1 u U Notice of Incorporation and I lie-organizati- on. j ru-ti- thrt'v-fourt- j r 1 1 1 1 - r kind-hearte- d - , I 11 - night-clothe- s. IMRKMflY! - ...... 111 .. i 111 50-ccn- i 1 - un-1.- .. ' iii-.u- i. t,,. 11 (iiu-ral- I U v1k-i- thii'-rhter- inrlis. 11 I - I I 1 1 r Hi-- - I 11 hi-an- r 1 I1.11 I I to-da- y, it.'li-'-- t BUt;"-.-ney- Chesapeake Ohio! 1111 (u-letI - 111 C 11 EAST I1UU11-- 1111 1 Thanks-ivinuIMy.-t.Alr- a. ILio - 111 & No WEST T T. - 11 g pil-lai- n I 11 11 1111 1 estah-lislie- d to-da- y 1 SOUTH & WEST c 1 1 I - V 1 r 11 ' 111 - - 1 1 11. 111 I 11 .1 Kug-I'ickor- i ' I 11 111 dim-unl- K ld oi.tifAi-nxiiuti- u ii-n- , ; ( . 1 11 11 111 k ARKANSAS TEXAS. 11 10. undent-erx-- d Mon-dap- Jo-.S-ce C- - poor, frail wifw. trail, i . t n. w. 7 tf J. II. KNOI.KMAN. Danilllc, K I.oulttille,' Ky. W.CWICKIIAM, Receiver ll.WFUl.LBK, (le,,' la-A(t; r lVi ii i K i!fWreiV l'i.jL ay.il'ti'jjM.11,. .i lJHIlltlPr MHtl'tHiW liiilinMinii Mil n, '! bl t j .,. . . - . (V -- r.i ;. i m