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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888031601 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. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. ((till IIiikl'I-- Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 46, d888. I-- NO. 40. , chap-jic- J crup-tlond, s, f- - & native State upon tlie bench to which lie The Business Manager on His Rounds, X.I0K -. HUFFMAN, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. has boon elevated. Couriur Journal. Finding that the I.ntfkiou Jont.v.xi. The licit alvcln the world lor cuU, lirulscx, SURCKONIlBNTISr, There has been made from Kentucky could go to a hundred or txvo more sub. sore, ulcer, lit rheum, fever S'jn-s- letter, Stan-orKkntcckv. no better appointment than that of Hon, scribers in the mountains xvithoiit II.in.N, clilLM ilu, corn .mil all akin Office south side Main, tw doors above Depot St. ami po'ltUcly curcH pile, or no pay re1 Saulley, of Stanford, as Associate venieiice to itself, I, the 11. M. of , the WJi quired ft is guaranteed to K" perfect natlitac-tloJustice of tlie Supieme Court of Wyo-- , concern, started out Sunday night to or inancy refunded I'riee 5 cents per Inn. inlng. Though comparatively a young take in just that number no moro-a- nd for utile Ii) A R I'cnm, Stanford, Ky - remembering m man, he Is an able lawyer, a good allMT. VERNON, KY. how riuhlv niv labors had Worth Knowing. around scholar, and an orator of great been roxvarded in Laurel county, I struck II, Morgan, mercbint, Lake City, Fla force and eloquence. I'nliku several of .directly for London. Arrived 'there for Mr. This o! J an Hotel is still maintain( levoland s Kentucky appointments, breakfast Monday and found it couit wat taken with a aevere Cold, attended with a In ing its line repittition. Charges reasonable. SpeCough and runntni; Into Contumptlon Judge Saulley doesn't leave the State for day, with a good croxvd in toxvn. Tlie it firit tage. He tried many no called popular cial attention to the trat cling public. beautiful residence, .!. I. NKXX'COMll, Prop., the State's good. Louisville Times. weather xvas beautiful, which seemed to cough remedies and steadily grew mime. XX'ns . The I.ntkmoii Jont.v.xi. due lieie on Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr. Saulley has muiy friends in Ma- have such effect on the good people us to reduced in (1eh, hat disunity in breathing and Friday, made its appearance on Saturrion who xvill rejoice to learn of his pro- make them especially hungry for a nexvsy was unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New day. Ah usual, the iiiiiIIh aie as timer-- 1 Discovery for Consumption and found immediate ferment, and all will recognize the ap- paper, with truo democratic principles. relief, and after using about a half doen bottles tain iim the weather. pointment iw an eminently proper one. Karly in the day "Smiling Dove" Jack- found himself well and has had no return of the LONDON, KENTUCKY, Tlio work of pulling down the old Iobanon Standard. son, the most accommodating gentleman disea-e- . No other remedy can show v grand a CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, 111 soon he in operation. PROPRIETOR. for recordof cures as Dr. King's New that it lias ever been my pleasure to Consumption Guaranteed t do Discoscry is Wo had thought thin too early, am no JUDGE M. C SAUFLEY. just what HUSTONVILLE. meet, came to me and ollerod his assist- claimed for it I'rial bottle free at A. It. Penny's liuildliiK material has heen made teady Thorn tjhly Renovated and Refurnished. A Stanford Lawyer Appointed to the SuDr. F.. S. Hood has removed his ance, which proved to be of priceless Drug Storefur thu now Iioum'. Fare and Reasonable t'rices. Day and night preme Court of Wyoming Territory. family to Shelby City. Anthony Hunn, value. Acquainted with everybody and Trains are met by Polite Porters; of this Popular on Sunday mornOur Sunday-schoRenews Her Youth. ""Judge Michael Chrisiuan Saulley re- xvho xvus doing the best business of any popular with all, he accompanied me ing xvas greatly odilled hy tin starting of Mrs, ceived a dispatch Tuesday from (!ov. mini in toxvn, sold his drug and grocery the entire day and introduced mo many tells thel'hiebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa, the opening hymn hy little .Mix Anian-d- a following remarkable story, the truth of S. O. DAVIS, Stone, the Hxvcct little daughter of .1. MeCreary, his faithful frieml who has business to J. 15. Cook. His friends say hundred times, each time saying a good which ii vouched forbytne residents of the town: that the bleating of the lambs on a thou- word for the Ivriunoit and it xvas indeed "I am 7j years old, have been troubled with kidney PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, itnylo Stone, who is only 8 yean of age. worked for him in solium and out of done uioie to secure the poiition sand hills xvas too much for "Tone's" a rare tiling that xve failed to catch oven complaint and lameness for many year; could not She led the music clear through with dress myself without help. Now MT. VKKXON'.KY, than any other man, stating that the nerves ami tempted him to resume tlio the rankest republican when both of us pain and soreness and am able to doam free from perfect rnntldcuco and with an much all my own I'lesident had sent in his appointment stockman's Middle. There is a rumor had said our little speech. As a solicit- housework. oe my thanks to Electric Hitters Office as if she xviw of full age. next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. ' Special attention given to diseases of children. Our April county court will he inlay as Associate Justice of tlio Supreme that Mecsrs. Cook and Wcathorford will or Mr. Jackson is a grand success; as a for having renewed my jouth and remosed all disease and pain. Try a bottle, 50c and form ii hartuorship and consolidate their gentleman he is superb; as a frieml lie is The of much interest to our farmer ai"' Court of Wyoming Territory. at A. it. Penny's Drug Store. was miickly spread hy a small husiucc. The deaths of tho little girls generous and truo and untiring, and as It Mock men, iw on that day our horsemen fellow, he is will he on hand in force to show oil' the extra issued hy this paper and the Judge of Dr. Ilogle, at Danville, and Mr. Owens, a heautv and htvlo of fnt trot was the recipient of many heartv hand at Jlarrodsburg, haxe covered several xvithoiit comparison. THE GEHTS' FURNISHER, lnudon is holding her own adinirahlx-- , lers. '.Mr. John Steele 1'ari.onter will he d'kos and congratulations. Kverybody families, in our community witli unfeignplace than it splendid Deiim.uk '"'"' i" loliglitel at Ins gooil fortune and ed sadness. The parents in both cases and a more business-likon hand with two 513 4th St., Louisville. 25 stallions, and a No his splendid young thankful that if he waH swindled out of have lus.siirances of general and heart- was Monday is scarcely seen. A numThe fashions ofthcdiy in the Cents' Furnish, the uominJtiou for Siicrior Judge of felt sympathy in this, their former ber of dxvellings, good ones too, have Two miles South of Stinfnrd on Neat' Creek jack. Addresi me at Carlisle, Kj CRAIG ing line will always be found In my store. I am boon built since I xvas here several Kentucky he has gotten a hotter thing, homo. ' Wo were shown hy Mr. J. Itoyle agent for the Indianapolis Steim Laundry, the A saucy boy writes from Tennessee months ago and noxv preparation is bewith the chances of still further promobest Laundry in the world. Stone, of this place, a great curiosity ing made for the erection of an elegant RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP. It was a hen's egg, nearly as tion, should he i nonnce his poMtixe de- that judging from the "dryncns" of brick building, which will and its surroundings, it will la- three-storEXPARTE NOTICE. large as a gooeegg, neighing fully hw, termination toesehew politics. Judge Saulley was horn at Moiitlcello, the jHiint at wlih'h the match xxill heap- - surpass anything in this part of the of hen cgir heing thoaverag' weight Itasing bought I. M I.asli) ' kCite and Mocks lie will alsHitlJo. After hreakiug the outer! Wayne county, May 1:1, 1SI:I. Ik enjoy plloit in the inauguration of the "great country. It is being built for Faris & and rented the cellar withoccupied, I Iteincmhcr SCIOTA Lincoln Circuit Court tft for the present my meat D.ADAMS, shell it contained a full quantity of meat, eu until tue iireaKing out oi tlio war tlio conflagration." Tho fact is we do not Co., one of the foremost general the place, under X'.inArsd.ilc store room W 1' KA.MSKV in the papers as fieqtiently nsottr ehandiso linns. I ADAMS. hut it contained u full formed hen's egg school facilities of his section, which ,! ,v -j ,1..:. The nctitioners has Imr Judge Vincent itoreing, one of the of the usual size, with u perfect shell full were unusually good with Dr. Uipsley iieighlMirs because, with us, events sue-- 1 tinn in the clerk's ollice of said court, asking that II HIOCINs.SIC r KRID A t SINE, St coed each other with such rapidity that leading republicans of Ijiurel, after said Sciota I). Adams be empowered to use, injos, of meat. Who can heat this for a hen's McKco, now vice president of Centre sell and cons ej for her own benefit any property STAN FORD one win be impaled so many oth-- 1 scribing to the I. J., kindly showed mo College, at the head of u nourishing high lie may own or acquire, free from the dtbts or egg? claims or her husband, to make contracts, sue and tilled We had the pleasure of slinking the soh(Hl. Though hut IS years of age at ers have happened that the captured through his immense in her MILL CQEFBRY be sued .is single woman, trades ill or own name and dispose or her property by deed. hand of our Senator Itigney on ourstroots the time, he promptly responded to what one is regarded as stale nexv.s and dis- - xvith everything you can think of. He It ordered that notice of tald action be .Manufacturers of "v and published in the Intkkuik Journal, a newspaper yesterday, the major being at home fora he believed was his country's call and curded. The marvelous uncertainty of carries a stock estimated at in Kentucky, day or two, it is suposcd to get the ex- enlisted as a private in Col. (irigshy's the mails is another serious drawback anything from a "horse shoe nail to a Flooring;, Weatherboardlng;, Celling;, published Stinfnrd,this court. for ten dai ncjit term of Finishing Lumber. Mouldings, Saab, on our intercourse xvith tlie outer world, second-hanGlsen under mv hand as clerk of the aforesaid pulpit" he can furnish you pression of our people on the hill pend- Itegiment, the (ith Kentucky Cavalry iSSS. Etc. Saab. Doors and Blinds always court, ing in tlio Senate, allowing our county to and fought for the "lost cause" through (Vaild not the editor of the I. J., in his with at a xvry loxv liguro. J P. HA I LEV, Clerk in stock. Mr. Joseph Owens, xvho used to corlevy :U) cents iil valorem tax to build a tin war, being in the meantime promo-to- leisure moments, after he has dressed' ton lieutenancy, licturuing to his dis babies, read his exchanges and coi- - respond for us at this place, has consent I learn the Senator new EXPARTE NOTICE. fullv satislled of the wishes of home after the cessation of hostilities, he rospondciice, w ritton his editorials, con-- , ed to xvrite for us again and xvill furnish PURCHASING AGENT. ducted the morning devotions of his of- -' us with a newsy letter for each issue, his constituents and will pass the bill found his fathei, wlio had been in Lincoln Circuit Court. The follow ing Stanford people nro now Hotol Emory, - - - Cincinnati, O. SIEPIIKN VANDKRPOOL, ) Tuesday. fortablo circumstances, rcMuccd almost lice stall", displayed his Hags for a good his return to the capital On 1'etition. A.H.Clark and K. I1. Coniln-s- t went to penury and unable to assist him in ussoitinont of weather, tired hisbaroine- - registered at dipt. Frank Hiley's popu-to- r Would thankfully solicit jour patronage In pur- MARY C. VANDKRPOOL, at the clouds and his thorinoiiieterut lar hotel: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sever chasing for people outtide of the cits, In any line Ho was of stout heait, 1 he petitioners has ing this day filed their petidown to Frankfort to urgo the pas. any manner. Clerk's office said however, ami (hiding a friend who was the temperature; and with ids rain unco, J. W. Alcorn, T. I). Hanoy and ot goods.sii Dry Goods, Milliner, Notions of tion in the C, Vandcrpoolofbe Court, asking that Kige of the bill, both of whom returned said Mary all kinds, Furniture and Carpets empowered to use, enWedding OuthU and Mourning Goods a special- joy, sell or concy for her own benefit, any property Friday, being satisfied that thu Senate willing to loud him the money, he enter- gauge bagged the miscellaneous results your humble servant. Capt. ltiloy tells I aIo "ch iperon" Ladies suiting Cincinn Hi she nay own or acquire, free from the debts or ly will put the hiil through, as it passed the ed the UmNville lnx School and laid could ho not mount a bicycle and call tw that scarcely a day passes without a shopping or Rest nfercmes gueii. claims of her husband; to make contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, trade in her own name the foundation for his present exalted round within a circuit of a fe.xv thousand Stanford man is on his register. This is Charges reasonable '1 elephone 57 low it House. and dispose of her property by vsillor deed, It is now ordered that notice of said action be I notice a hill nciuliiu: ho fore our and enviable Mition in tlio legal pro- - miles and catch the items living as they pi oof that a Stanfordito knows xvhere ho published in the Interior Journal, a newspaper THE FLORENCE liM.i.liilnn. llmt uluiiilil ill liisll,-,- . liiu'iiim. Mes.Mou. lie applied himself cloftclv to rise? A letter requires txxo days to do can do xvell and where ho can get good published in Stanford, Kentucky, for ten days. v "" Given under my hand as Clerk of the aforesaid is not only one of tho the ton weary miles betxxoeu this point hotel accommodations. study and It is to allow circuit ch'rks ii law. Court this Februarj J, 18B8. best iufoimed men generally, but is one and Stanford, and must be written be-The only druxvhack to this little citv J. P. IIAILF.Y, Clerk. of all fees in Cotntnonwealth eases that ate allowed in civil actions. The of tlie purest writers and speakers of fore tlie preceding issue of tlie Jont.v.xi. in the mountains is the streets, xvhich l have bought veil the Florence has been loceived; hence the ambitious just at this time of the year are net to Washing Machine the right to prepared 10 furnish amount of labor required of clerks in the laiglish language anywhere. and am now wish Prior to moving to Manford in June, correspondent frequently finds his most impassable. Mud knee deep in theheart nil who may tearingto sue their clothes from the jMieh cases, fur which they receive nothrubbing and incident to the old process of ing, is a grout injustice. Cloiks wore lNJS. Judge Saulley made a very happy cherished paragraphs anticipated and of town xvill not strike the stranger fa- - washing. Take one and try it and b convinced. worry nu about biijing unless ouare fill selection for a w ifo in tlie person of Mis liis powder wasted, and, u day or two x'orably, but those xvho know the town lyllnot satisfied a. to its merits. nncoullowed $10 per iiiitiuiu for ox he undersigned "rL,eK GUASti UOL'TE." Sallie I'owau, of McMinuville, Tonn., later, a southing rebuke from the editor are aware that her numerous good quali- - Washing machine hase purchased the Florence cervices, but that has long since and after a thorough trial, we Com- who must hiixe been an exceedingly for daring (o write as original news that ties more than counteract this one little take pleisureiu adding our testimony to its worth, been denied them and the labor in and without hesitation pronounce it a success in THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE fault. every particular, doing all that is claimed for it for handsome, us die is a very intelligent which has already been printed. monwealth oases ineicascd Williamsburg, my nevt stoppingpoint, XX'alliLC, Dr. IWurnc, in Daughertj. J woman, judging from herappeaiiimv af, n convicFrom which they get nothing, utiles,-Mrs S P Salter, A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis I am sorry to note, iseoiisidentblyonthe CRAB ORCHARD., CENTRAL KENTUCKY Dudderar, J. I'.. Lynn,' I.. I. Dawson, C X'anoy, ter having become the mothcrof ii "house tion is had. the State refusing to pay cost Mrs. Peak, rn.ul. The buzzing wheel of claw, Amandafields, George Pe)ton, Alev lloltx full of children." -- A Mibscrintion school u,i...4.i....,...i... To all Points C. C Albert Camden, Sun Raines, R. that is rendered in her behalf if with not near theiap P.. Harrow, A M. Fcland and maav others . The only otllee the Judge has ever ed in the public school building last ,;,;.',1,t'lw 'Vv,,lvi' Why should this be'.' If the M.V.K1.K1N. niity tnoy did a vearago. it is still a it S, S Mjcrs' store. State becomes a party to an action and hold xi)s that of county judge, to w hich Monday by Miss Kxa Itrailley, of Nan- - fair and should they get tho noxv town lyse.s her case why should she not pay 'he an elected in H7'Ji and which he ford, she opened xvith lt pupils. tilled acceptably and creditably, lie has Will Jackson, of San Antonio, railroad they are striving for, she may of individuals'1 as is required FAST LINE BETWEEN given nearly his entire time to hie Texas, died at his home on thu Ltlth of yet pull through. The traveling populace are xvith one and as a judge of law and an elo- February. He was related to Mr. Sam LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. HT. VERNON, quent and logical pleader on the hustings Hardin's family, was well known hero accord striking for Itai bourvillo and Pine LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. James Croiichorand Mi Lucy Rey- he has hut few superiors, lie is at prespassenger and hi numerous friends xvill be pained villi. The SCHKDULKIN Kr'FKCl'NOW ij. i33;. nolds were married Wednesday. eroxvded Monday until reaching Corbin, ent a partner with Col. W.(i. Welch and to hear of his death. Lewis, a little sou of J. M. Fraor, No. 2. the linn of Welch Saulley stands No. Mrs. Mike Owsley and Mis. Clay xvhere, xvith the ocoption of four of us, THE LARGEST gAND FINEST No. 6. l'lttsburg, will be buried hero Fiid.ij. at the front in all this section. Kaiillman, of Luic.ister, have been the all changed cars for one of tho above Lx Sun. Daily. Kx. Sun. HOTEL IN THE CITY. The now coal company ut Livingston With what high esteem Judge Saulley ic guests of Mrs. W. F. Kennedy. Miss places. Among those going to Pinexillo p Cosinston.. Le Falmouth... 8 3" a in 8 35 p a co me having trouble with their minors. xvas (iov. James (iivens. He seems to I, c i'OOJ a held by the profession at large is shown Maggie Unimex and Maud Pettus me 9 3S 3i3 Lve Cjnthiana .. 11 05 a m to 74 p 4 30 Ills numerous friends horearo pleas in the fact that he received the highest Pans a spending this week xvith Miss Maggie be in good spirits about that place and RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- Arr Lexington. 11 40 p m 10 50 j rn 11 30 p 12 10 oil to learn of Mike Saulley's appoint endorsement from both the members of 6 10 .rr Jones, at Maywood. Mis Nellie Yantis, says time is all that is necessary toiexeal ING to rooms: 11 50 Lve Paris in 10 js p 5 so ment. p mln 15 p Arr Winchester.-ArthoCouitof Appeals ami the Superior of Lincaster, is visiting Mr. and .Airs. J. a handsome oity there. 0 05 " 35 Hichmond . a 00 p ml A number of saw mills will resume 7 10 John Whitehead, of Willitunxburg.has Court as well as from the leading L. Yantix. Mrs. Joe Col ley and children, Arr Lancaster... 10 IL'RKISH.V KlSSI.VN I1A HS IN HOIKL Arr .Stanford. ... 5 00 p in business no.t week if the weather coni caught the Pinoville fever and has made p m1 State, tiov. Huckuer and of Danville, have been tho guests of Mrs. Lve Richmond .. 3 05 P in' tinues good. the immediate ollieials of his administra- W. It. Dilliou. .Mrs. Sam Ward has arrangements' to move his Mt. Vernon Arr Herea 3 io p in Lightning struck a pile of tanbaik at tion also endorsed him and tecomiiieud-edrug store to that place. Arr Lexington. s.JL p in gone to Frankfort to visit her husband. Pleasant Valley last year ami the old Pittsburg and Fist Ileriistadt are just hisappointinent. Mr. J. W. Ilrooks has been mixing with No. z. No. 1. No. 5. hark yard is yet smoking. uiiM old friends here. Mrs. M. C. Williams ax they haw been for the hist fexv veins. The position pays between $1,000 on s',000 a year and the appointment is for Hilly Baker lost his pocket-hooLsc Lisingston boo a spent several duysat Mt. Vernon this The citizens steadily groxving rich opeLxe llerea. 10 35 a his way home from town Wednesday. lo four years. The Judge's term begins on rating their inexhaustible coal mines, Arr Richmond 45 a week. found it next morning in the road. Mr. John L. Arnold, who left Garrard' Lxe Stanford .. .. 7 30 a in Miss Kvu Hiiidloy, the new' Uaeher, the 'Mth, at which time, oruscoon thereLse Lancaster .., lit) a in -(- i.C. Clark, of Clear Crook.sold tin yearn iijjo on lurount of after as ho can, he xvill go to his head- N ln.inHn, nt Mrs. S.un WiudV. .Mr. " Arr Richmond. .. 00 a MX) aero tract of timbered land to J. .1. t lint nt the hitter LseRichmond. 6 45 quarters at Larluile to take tho oath and Will .iiiiiu-- hits none to Florida to put- - " t,ll,nl troubli. tiiiil net Arr Winchester. 7 35 a Snider, of Somerset, )., for $'t,"(K). s'htiM im orange jgroxv. Mr. Robert R. named jilace, i comp.tnitix'ely well and ArrP.iris 8 30 a piopaio himself for the duties of the T. F. Chestnut has received his asMtred me that Fast Hcrnntndt is an Lte Lexington .., 3 ui p The territory is divided into tluee (.Sentry, of Stanford, lias been appointed 7'5 a m 3 00 in Pans Le C)nthiana. 3 40 p in 8 30 a in 3 50 p m P as postmaster at Orlando, this districts:, oxer which a Judge presides More keeper at the Lve in the good a health resort an it in a mining 4 06 p in 8 59 a in 4 p m I.sc Falmouth... 4 5" P ' 10 03 a in $ 30 P n county, and has moved the otllee to his and holds his com t, the threu meeting place of Mr. R. II. Iiroiiaiitflt. Mm. W. toxvn. Mr. Arnold bought im interest '5 Arr Cosmgton. ... 6 00 p 35 a in 6 50 p m rUore. Frank says one by one the ollioes in Supreme session once n yeiuto hoar 1 Kennedy and Mr. In'org' Jnines are in (5. T. Farrin' ntore an noon an he had 15.51. a j.e c 11 On theMaystille Ilranch, No. 9 leaves Paris at gotten nettled down and in noxv ono of jiro coming to tlio democrats. appeals and transact other duties. It is better. Mr. V. M. (Sarnett is utill 835, am and No. 11, at 530, p in, arriving at " Judge Fish is some bettor. Mih. just such n place as will suit the Judge the foreniOf-- t merchants of tiie place. This elegant Jersey Dull will stand at my Stable Majsvilleat 1045, am, and 740, p ra. No. 10 u great deal. Mr. George W. leases Tho Queen City Coal Mining plant xxnn this season, at $3, CASH, at time of service, 815, a Mayssille 11 at 5 55, a m, arriving at Pans at Jane liurk hail n congestive chill Tuesday and tho only regret connected with ids Mm. J. II. Ilntchinpi went tip to No. leaves Maysville at 1350 and ith iri itege of return if cow Is not with calf. night. J. W. Itrown went to Itiehmoud getting it is that in his departure Stan- Mt. Vernon Tuemliix to nee nonie rela- nold at auction at Fast Iternntadt Tuesarrises at Pans at 3 10, p in These trains are daily except Sunday K. II. IIURNSIOI-Tuesday on real estate business. Mrs. ford loses ono of her host citizens. It is tive is very ill there. Mr. J. R. day. The purchaser xvas Mr. Klijah Np. 13 leaves Lexington 8 pm, arrives Paris 5 43, p m. No. 8 leaves Covington 4 50, p m, price paid $s,.,. Judge Carter is yet in Cincinnati under wane consolation, hoxve'er,to know that Railey has been nil tiering vury iniii'li and the Falmouth 6 50, p m. Mo. 7 leaves Falmouth nun it xxe treatment for cancer. Hut little improve- ho xvill not take his excellent family are gladreeeiu ntroiie m paniiymn. Mm. Lucy J. Willianin will open an 6 00, a m, arrives Covington 8 00, a m, to report him better noxv and ment so far. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAV. inimenne stock of millinery Saturday the axvay, at least for soino time. Iteloxv xve utile to lie in ins ntore. Mtsn Mary Thix-toNO I'K.wTrainil an well an the other teachers in the 17th, and askn those needing anything in namo on a paokago of COFFEE is a chesier, Lexington1 and a .im riilltr K.(u. XI:..- give a I'exv extracts from some of the paand Cincinnati; other other guarantee of ozoelloncoin very much liked by all thu trains are daily except Sunday. her line to come in and select at once. Syrup of Flgt mentioned tlie appoint College, and pers that hn-Direct connection is made at Winchester with pupiln. The school in piitronn A strange feature about the mountain Chesapcale & Ohio for Mt. Sterliinr, Ashland. nicely and iticreaning in niuiiber. It Nature' own truo laxative It is the nient, which shoxx that tho high estiHuntington, Charlestan, W. Va. and Easterncitic maiden, although pretty and shapely, and the most effective mate placed upon Judge Saulley's charrASl LINK. Nos. and 4 run via Winches, niort easily taken, ter. Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, bein that they the majority of them are The Most Agreeable remedy known to Cleanse tho System acter, ability and integrity hero, is shared COFFEE is kept In all tween Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and As well as tho most oflbctivo method xvill wear hoop. Whether in working stores from tho Atlantlato the Paolfio. and Washington. when Bilious or Costlvoi to dispel Head- hy everyone who knows him. Through tickets and baggage checked to any ofdispelling Headaches, Colds, and Fevors, garb or Sunday silks, the irrepressible, XVII.XT TllKP.W'KlUt S.XV. to Cure Habitdestination reached by a railroad. aches, Colds, and Fevorsj For full particulars address any agent of the Co. things xvill lie It is a most admirable appointment. or Cleansing tho System, is by taking ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. D.A.FKKLF.y, S. F. R MORSE, Clara Tow doses of the pleasant California liquid worn by them, notwithstanding I raveling Pass'g'r Act., Manufactured only by the California Fig Judge Saulley Is u tine laxvyer, an honce-- t a Cen'l Pass'g'r Arrt., xvriters have is never good when ozposed to tho air. llejle and other fashion-platLexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. gentleman and a man who fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. Cal. and amiable .Syrup Company, San Francisco, xvritten and talked thee liuiuv vcara H. K II UNTINCTON, General Manager. Always buy this brand in hermetically xvill honor thu Administration and his K. Y. against them. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. For sale lv A. It. Fenny, Stanford. General Offices, Covington, Kentucky. eealed ONE FOUND PACKAGES. in tlio lap of Winter iiiiu:, with tlu ti'imi'lty of tlio devoted lover of "tliu beautiful miioxx." Misses Mury nntl Julia Myers are Wo thought visiting .Mrs. llosklns. '(.'ale" looked an if lit wan happy to-- 1 day. .1. W. Whipplslieautliyiiitfhisaxoniii' loading from tlio street to IiIh residenee. When completed it will add niiieh to him ' j - incon-Miko- ... n NEWCOMB 1 wjll-kno- HOTEL. XX'. x Sj-'f- JACKSON HOUSE. court-hous- e, xx - First-clas- s -- ol - '07-t- f. 1 11 I ly 77-'- f. whole-soule- d xxcll-lirv- d FOR SALE. XX', WOOD WALLACE, -- ; e House and Acres Land yes-terda- y. litis-tonvil- lo y most-ther- e ' mer-appo- ar A-- XV V IT- - I .1 rtt- i sub-befo- re j More-roo- PLMISQ .1 I d i, d court-hous- e. c MISS HARRISON, M com-upo- n ' ' sight-seein- to-da- y one-ha- lf WASHING MACHINE KentuckyGentralR.R. 1 of-llc- 1 four-fol- d, XX" XX'. uiisiic-cestu- i. .'.. Hradtiu-iuer- xx --.- pio-fecsio- ii THE GALT HOUSE, south-houn- d iV: South-Iloun- , I 111 ., r .1 I d . North-Ilout- h. k . I i . 11 I 11 of-lic- e. 111 coin-missio- n ntill-hoti- GOCXiDEROir, 11 111 I " nuf-feriii- Kv-ansa- 111. o tf Kv-ai- in ARBUCKLES' - n, o prog-awin- g ARIOSA first-cla- ss Win-Chest- cone-shape- d COFFEE e l .- - lJF l iy A- - ' -- '!.'., t 9 ' , ' " '"" iiiii.. t 4 (!' l" ..nMuvL.h.-rw,,.,,- .. ,,,1, ,,,, imK iwini)ji.Mi. - ni.iiiMiimiii.im !,... mj!iiwr,i.-r- . r '' ' .. "' ' ' "' 'J1'" ' .. I1"! U' k" "l't ' '" ! ,' Ifi ,i in ( !' I ll IIP I IIIHH' H jj 'j ,J I HIH IWjlWJ..g r; mrnnimn WURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, 1ABRAHD COUNTY. Tiik nowH comes that Capt. David Murphy lias Hold his jftiper In Ohio and Tho Southern Presbyterian (lonernl The colored ritlccns fonghfiiobly at will come back to Kentucky to start anAwembly wllfincet nt Baltimore, May Henry Duncan other. Let UHliuVuiute in fervent pray the fire Tuesday night. and Stewart Buchanan have been par- 17th, Stanfoud, Ivy., March 1(J, 18S8J er that this infliction may bewared Hev. Sam Jones will commence a v wi I " . ticularly complimented for their gallant- Jy. 3 for Christ's sake, amen ! When the cap rv. meeting at Frankfort Methodist church puax- 5TWll ' of a tain left he did so in pursuance mtMmmKmmammnmim mrrw 1 7Ii. W. 1J. WALTON. John II. Woodcock received a tIf promise to evacuate the State whenever -(- Quarterly meeting will eoinmence at comt to Somerset, as Boh (Jib-- i we said a good word about him. We inim to the Methodist church with. f i... v,A,,.i 11.1,1 b ,.f ihnt ,.:v of our u.m. l)r- - ' "' Wi-Tiik terrible blizzard that prevailed in piled on the agony to the best prwlilinft. down there on Wed was ill. He went - I he Tattler in the Louisville Tunes the luist (or the first three days of the ability and admonished him to "get yon iim.1iiv lie got and now the Louits history. week was unprecedented in wh a very neatly turned ($, P".vs ,ro' -- After the tire Tuesday niuht there Travel on railroads was entirely suspend- isville Times is anxious that we try the 'Uglily leserve.l tribute luriiiir which Jack ""' mii dllHenltv. wim . .. 1. ed and by the breaking down of the tele- honey limbics on him again to keep revival m me imptist .nurei., ; H a , Hut it is 11. g. We stretched our Grimes was struck on the head with graph wires New York, Philadelphia, 11w.1v. comiueie-- oy uev. iic.i w, niiiMon, stick by Chailcs White and his skull Baltimore and Washington were almost conscience mc, mid the twiiim'rt were Hale cloved with ;) additions. - ' act u red. the entirely shut out from the outside wot Id. fun Miviri fur in ivir tn ivneat ... iterKid. John I. Rogers' meeting at tin . Inlin W. .Miller's hotel on Stanford .1 !.. i,.. . ... ..1... ...... ..1 The wind blew fearfully and in some lorilliuee. u.'l nice ikmuihi us, nrcr i.... ....... ' " .a....... . ..v......... , " street was ilestiovcil lv tire 011 Tuesday places the snow w drifted ten feet L)g:ui, for it is written, iVc. b'v ''"J" mI"" with P-- additions.- - Standard oecur;od Inieht. The hnildim-'wa- s deep. A nuinler of people lost their ' ;'V. .1. . vuilKer, tnu mlng tnlii- Kacii day brings the news that the Mrs. Hamilton and was worth about ', - . lives and many other casualties are re...,..... V. ....f,......., strike business is unchanged, with both 500. Most of the fuiuiture was saved. ported. The gale on the Atlantic win in Harrison county, when1 he has been the "Q" railroad and the engineers sat - Xo likewise terrillo and the damage to ship isfioil with tho situation. If they yrutho friomlrt of .hulirif Satilley lure! ill for some time. nine has been very great. In the Dela-- i ....t.H.. n....1, . K. n . .!. j flw ti.n .f ...... The -- Ilev. P. ti. Klsom writes Clerk (J. (. .. STOCK ON ..,!..t..i..t 11111 ...! vl ilk 1.!. mii'i'iiuiiii'iii. 1... .. , . I'UtHtu tiUKiii iu uv nu n inn o uiu trv vi jiiu ll'iuu llin ,! r r?i u n iiiiiii wiivai.ii .. iai K m mwvhi so niiicli ado about it? gret to we him leave the State. It is to " mo """ ' c mT Ju went down and over 2 persons were o be hoped ho will soon get rich in the '"'sueniiy wn. noi preac.iai w.e drowned. The storm extended as far C.M1UM.K is back in Washington, where w.tiipii ti tin. tisl church Sunday. u'v.iv mwt nmi down as Virginia and even hero we got it is hoped he will be permitted to reItev. I), tt. H. Deinarcc, pieslding land of his birth. a pretty severe reminder of it, the mer- main for awhile at least. He is too im- -- Mr. J. T.Stewart, of Shenandoah, In., ,rr"1 ",w rvineuistnci, nici sumien-i- s ' portant a man to his party to be allow cury going down to '22. V ' the Kth, aged W. His home was in the citv, the guest of his ed to be absent a day from his post. ; '" .;..-- .. I. Mreck Johnson. He is accompanied getting in some M it. has We havo the King of Cane Sod Plows, No. 6 Champion "" " '" who has been quite ill ''.v "h lnrhttT, mighty good bills in the legislature, hut LEGISALTIVE DOINGS. at the houseof a ineiiilier of his I'liun-h,,.,.,n. ui. lias i,i..H iiiM.n unfortunately for the people they fail to . with horn cutter and draft rod. We have the Silver 'Stool thatcan- ope in a canl that in.,; 11.. !,,.., .,1 ,.,,.1 1. ,..i --The House bv vote of 48 to 11 ,,tt..n.lliii. tl... (WimmtiConsorvntorvof ' S:,ln ,h,m'H' !,,f' Ui college be- - not bo excelled either for blue-gras- s 30d or Stubble We also havo bill pro - killed the bill to abolish the Superior Music. pa&scd in the! House this week " ' "' """' '"' "" -- There are many theories advanced "" . vidingtl.at when prisoners are transfer- ' prayer meeting at Millers a combined steel and chilled plow that we will guarantee to give -- The House killed the bill to allow lW to ,i,L. oriuin of the tire on Tuesday virtually r.Ml from one countv to another then the burg, liie pravcr was ollcred but it bettor satisfaction than any of the all chilled plows. It will pay county from which removed shall pay county judges magistrate's fees for liuM nKht. The suspicion that the building lng examining trials. ),0jK. wj pnive untrue bad nothing to do with her leaving. She ww w.t nre the guard expLMises instead of havingthe you to seo these plows before buying. We have a good 3tock of The bill regulating and reducing the There surelv can Ie no person mean was sick. Statu bear them as now. It is to be lion -- Joe Jones' meeting at Millersburg in I.ancuster to play the part of plow harness at low prices. Wo have just received a car-loaof wl that this very necessarv measure will l"ice of blank books, for which the State closed with about () additions. Mrs. an incendiary. become a law. A large number of conn - has to pay, has become a law. Old Hickory Wagons af all sizes and styles, and will have in a short Davison seems to be hedging. This, Thursday, morning, Jack. Trueheart writes that the stories about ties too stingy to provide themselves his rough manners originated with the. e lias, we observe, aireauy ouereu an (Jrinics is reported better. The operawith the proper jail facilities, bundle and Buck Boards : . .... .. .. . .. time a large stock of Buggies, Carriages, Carts . . i... in- : ...,t.. ,.l.:..l. llllllMlllllllMll til IIS ro.ll 1)111. WHICH ISltum f iiiuininiiimi 1...- in not inu1.. it l.v wim ir... . .l.! l prwiirlier but a very sincere and embracing some new Styles that we want OVCrybody to SOC. Po-has, with about twice as many guards as just now creating a good deal af feeling' four of our physicians on yesterday l "" . seven pieces of his skull taken out. If State against linn. are necessary and all because the -- A I aint Lick correspondent KT semis. A bill has been iiaseiitcd to incor - be recoverM it will be a wonder. White. r,.u o. i.ill Tin. vs..nnti' unnlil vnrv us the following: Uev. John !i Pond,, ' .mism.s-wit umberlana l.aji who hit him, is in jail. MRS. J. F. WEAKEN, PROPRIETOR. properlv assist in abolishing an evil if it 1" opponent in tne - The tribute paid llrother Panics bv iw. uan Miuigiiu-rilet'the bill promptly become a law. Pli Valley Itailroad. Mes.srs. Chas. K. noge ami itomtio r. .Mason, large ami flu. "Tattler" in the UuisvilleTiincs has Ml. Tabor church alfair, was on last Sat- ,ir,,i,y censured, condemned and exclud-o- f Mi:. Wr.iMKit, of Augusta, Ky., tiring responsible contractors, are among the endeared that person to allof Mr. Pann-s- ' incorporators. is on the fl 'mm the right of public speech in friends here. The life, thought to end his troubles by ' until he shall have made a The Senate following the lead of the outside for Tattler and he can count on a jumping into the raging Ohio, but he apology. Pond is also the man ible found the water so wet and cold that he House passed the bill incorporating the warm welcome from the people of Lan- Home for the Indigent and Aged It was handsomely done and be- - thnfugh whose instrumentality Brother changed his notion as soon as lie co' Karnes was lofu'il the privilege of catch his breath and began to halloo lor men of Covington by a vote of 2) to :.. MuYs that, was true, every' word of it. r. George Karris, of IVrnstudt Poaching in Mt. Tabor church last sum-w- l help. It linanally came and he wastih-- , This is the tirst bill that fias gone thro' was in the citv vesterdav. Jas. I.Ham- - ht, excejit for the consideration of ?.iO. out hist as he 'was coins- - down the after the governor put his foot on it. The niore's the pity. A writer in The Senate with more regard for the jton was in Wednesday. Mr. third time. He is satisfied to live on a while longer and determined if he proprieties and decencies of the situation,, j0m Wibnoiv, of Kirksville, was in the Ixn.Hvillc Times says: The projsi-tiolittle The followiii,' list of goods, suitable for this time of year, and buy to invite ltev. ico. O. Panics to ever concludes to Kill nunseii again 11c refused to endorse the indefinite exten-- town Thurwlav. Mr. Ijiurie, of Dan- resolution of the House, but fixed ville, was in Ijincaster Tuesilav trving Iuisville, to water what Mr. Misslv will not make a 'Vlemned moist" peion f' them of me and get the best: upon April I'd as the time to which the t() establish a lodge of the Kiiights of pl'ted, dot-- not ajipear to have of himself. Prm will le extended, for the present nt pvthias ben' He obtained about l'() "ccepieu wiiuany tanity on the part of the christian com- Ixoai.i-s- , the Senator 1. ...,,.l. II lis names. CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. Gov. Huckner got in his veto again munity. Whether Pro. Panics' religion from Kansas, who charged in his speech providshirted for this town, or wheth 'H to DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. last week that Wen. McClellan was an Wednesday. It was on the bill California Peaches, Cal. Evap. Peaches, er Louisville Christianity be too logo- ran ing for a lien on railroad companies and , ally of the Southern Confederacy, ,.. .... U1IS WITK to, UUMNICIU l 10 " ..., -- ., .,,.v......... ..... " " Pears, in contractors to secure laborers. He bases for lieutenant governor of his State Apricots, ' """'"" .. "" ' ' vet but that the .Mountain " 1804 upon a platform which ratified and his veto on tho grounds of iincon-titi- iApricots, Dried Peaches, years old, ,iht wi vWt 1W th,H mW(i h ot ((t ami on the length of notice pro- - of mbinl harness marcs, endorsed that gentleman's nomination Raspberries, Turkish Prunes, ,.t ..iK.ilit.k timl jrm. ttiliul (a Kit ftifnii il.. li ..tn..o m...i. 1. for president of the United States. He Grated Pineapple, -- A girl named Mary Simpson, aged mvamot.( Cooking Tigs, was beaten some 4,000 or .",000 votes and tnutors. 17 years, has been incarcerated 111 the Sliced Pineapple, Mince Meat, this may account for his revision of NtWS LUNULHatU. tnMrUlM -.. 1IIPFI rnilMTV iutiitiiitinrv t N'lisliville to servi; u two-- I Early June Peas, w...... Apple Butter, : views. Certainly nothing has occurred - Knox ville voted L'S to in favor of veai-- term tor inlanticiue. ... Lima Beans, Preserves, since extvpt that to bring about this ""' ,, Jackson purchased a a I Mr. P. A. Marks was in rwcholas- local option Saturday. of horses in week for use Pie Peaches, cnange 01 neari. Mackerel in Buckets, engine at Burlington, ville nedncsilav. Dr. Ilarrv Phillips. 1.I" his livervstab e. A , ,u: . Corn 1. Cod Fish, ..i i, 1. in mi. l.v securing tho appointment for Judge Ind., exploded killing three men and iiirnieriv imiii i. iiiuis, ui 'f,r I. It. Hodge and Win. Tanner were . . .. t c. Tomatoes, jilace, now a ilruggist at .Mt. sterling, White Fish, nyu-- i woiiminig oiuers. 10 1110 .supreme oeiicii 01 brought before Judge Baker in the po v Oysters, Hominy, lil pouch from was in town Tuesday. McCreary ........ has The registered tiling Territory, tJov. ll.... ii ii ii - ......:i:.... 11. -- Dr. L. S McMurtry has returned v",1. '," Salmon, shown how near he is to the ear of the Klemingsburg to Maysville was stolen at Dried Beans, nun iiiuuip... iiun-.1. from a two weeks' absence in Louisville.! Chief of tho Nation. Mr. Cleveland has Johnson's Junction. Sardines, Bulk Pickles, Mr. K. C. Walton, your, clever busiThe Buckeye Buggy Company, of While in tlie city he lectured to a class ness manager, was here this week taking entire confidence, in him and rarely reChipped Beef, Bottle Pickles, Loss in one of the medical colleges, the lec-- i in subscribers and job work. Several of fuses anything that he asks. The fight Columbus, ()., was burned out. Corned Beef, Catsup, ture being highly complemented by the was between Blackburn, who favored an-- 1 Sl.'iO.OOO; insurance $100,000. our most prominent led-hrepublicans Deviled Ham. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. city papers. The Cincinnati Southern advertises other man, anil our Congressman, with' :, and whv were added to the I. J. 's -- During a discussion Wednesday in McCrearv on top. to California for the 22 at an excursion the usual result t ..1. .. h of the Clemens Hoiw, I . My Stock of-SlN'iO for the round trip, all expenses the public-roollltlt IL T11H poor dumb brutes, needlessly punas to which each fellow "would rather .....n paid. (Jeorge W. Johnson and family left Henry Bergh, founder and Presie," a life insurance agent or a sewing Monday ished and abused by the human brutes, night for rort Wayne, Ind. )n STEPLE GROCERIES FULL COMPLETE 1,1.. Peter,' .. for whose benefit they were made, lost dent of the Society for the Prevention of machine agent, the host, Wednesday night, in. 1 eager, Chas, at Xew York, he would rather be a lightning rod!., their greatest friend when Henry Beigh Cruelty to Animals, died ." ,',.,, Lornett, Mnrtuli Iliblmril .111. .Ino. Pat was railed to his reward Monday. He Monday. agent than either. tersjn, witli their families, from Mary- A son of lliley Johnspent a lifetime and a largo fortune in As an evidence of the totally colfor St. Paul, ameliorating the condition of animals son, of Millersburg, was burned to death lapsed condition of the telegraph lines dell, boarded.thc train here ami John Klicilin his cllbrts statutes against by his clothing catching fire from an in the Kast, it is stated that u message Ark. Fred Paisley and through have accepted positions in the store of In Paper Boxes, cruelty to them have Ikjcii enacted in open grate, from Boston to Philadelphia was cabled W. II. Jackson it Co. Hugh Allen, opeA freight train was thrown from the to Liverpool, from there sent back to everv State in the Union. rator here, takes Mr. Kberlin's place as C. it ). track at Paint Creek, W.Va.,seri-- J Xew York, then telegraphed to appointI.v our exuberation over the injuring engineer Jones and fire-- j inton ami then telephoned to its desti- - It. P. agent at Hael Patch. Plush & Co., of Switzerland, have of Judge Saufley, we should not man Williams. ment nation. contracted witli Mr. J. D. Sehat.er, of forget the distinguished aid rendered by Ijist sununer a young man named William Hogers, a section boss at the Mansfield Machine Works, for the Controller M. J. Durham in securing & Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.- (ireenwood, was returning from a drunk-- 1 Davis A. Powell, a nativeofMercercoun- - machinery for their planing mill, to be (Jov. McCreary lie deserves the to cn carousal, when he fell by the roadside tv, near Nevada, but who had spent sev erected on a lot near Fred Hugi's, in warmest thanks for his services and old and froze to death. eral years in Texas, appeared in the West They will the west end of Lincoln will remember him for it. The The statistics of the Southern roads Knd on horseback, havingridden in that manufacture all kinds of building mateis always ready toserve his friends Judge MARK HARDIN, Clerk. . show that since Oct. some (0,000 North- - way from Nashville. He remained in rial finished ready to put up. Mr. Fred to the best of his ability. em tourists have visited Florida, and various parts of the county until Novciu- - Ilugi will superintend the architectur her Itl, when he was married to Miss al and house building department. We .IrixiK W. S. Pitvou, the ablest judge they are still going there. It is said that Mason, Hoge A Co., Nannie L. Linney, a daughter of John gladly welcome this new enterprise, upon the Appellate bench who has sat in Kentucky for many years, isannounc-e- the great railroad contractors, have con- M. Linney, who lives near Perryville. which will be a valuable addition to our in the Frankfort Capital for reelection tracted to build 100 miles of the Ken- He behaved himself in an upright man- town. -- Aiioit Folks. .Mrs. IL M. Jackson from this district, lie is an indefatiga- tucky Midland road. This will take it ner and for several months has been liv KIT? '' a man of the highest charac- through the iron regions of Bath and iug on a part of the farm of Dr. J. B. ami Mrs. F. B. Itiley have been very sick ble woiker, near ter, and n judge whose opinions always gan, the timber and coal regions of Mor Buck, near Junction City. .Sometime in for several days. Mm. W.J. Sparks, of the latter nart of December or early in Stanford, was visiting Mrs. W. M. lieu command the highest respect. The elec10(1(7 -u- i.worgancouniyacowan.iycrow.i 1PM (MP., Jaium , , h Mnv 8ll0ri,r (). Grayson at the Jackson House. Sid A. Lovelace August. tion occurs next went to the house of a man named Aux- ,. ..." ..,,1 m,u,ul,i is attending a school of pharmacy at u..v...w....v... JIMU.1, 1IIVII1.I his COlllllV, ier and with It was a mistake about the govern- daughter called him out . He sent sue ,,... SherillM. P. Bailey, of this county, Cincinnati. It. B. Ciaft is home from a . Margaret instead, ami , Powell on nl WW,., .. r... Miss Poca Kwell has ie- rriwt . .,,.,......... ment of Germany being delegated to a ,., Prince lias recov- was literally riddled with bullets. Sev- charge of horse stealing. Hie corres- turiied from a two months' visit to Inregency. The Crown eral men are held for the crime and ered so fast since he was crowned pondence led to Powell's arrest and com- dianapolis, George B. I Iain's, of Crab j9Jtt ffcvlMPU99FiK3HiSBHm ., I,,.., .,,..t.......l that he is not only able to draw Knelling is talked of. mitment to jail and Sheriff May is here wiinni.i nun ifrvii viiiiii.m.ii iro luiun- George W. Beckiey, the Jefierson government, but to drive at the ivhiN of armed with a requisition from the gov- ponding clerk in the office of Alcorn county merchant, who was indicted on a pretty lively rate. ernor of Texas, which has been honored Craft, star routers. Several of our busisuborned testimony, for the killing of his He wants to take ness ineii are in tlie Western Slates in by Governor Buckner. Tin: democrats in tho legislature seem partner, liobcrt Meline, who was myste- his man back to Sherman, the county the star route service. Our hotels have to have just discovered that the handful riously murdered 10 years ago, was ac- seat of Grayson. Powell's friends have been crowded with commercial travelers of republicans is holding up the body by quitted on peremptory instructions from made arrangements to lesist the trans- for tho past week. "Smiling Dave" Jackthe tail and are trying to devise ways the court at .Louisville this week. fer and have employed P. B. Thompson, son lias accepted a position with the John Skinner, a noted desperado, and means to prevent a fiuther exhibiSr., of Ilurrodbburg, and Messrs. IL P, Merchants' Auction and Job Lot Co., of tion, though they don't seem fully equal who murdered a farmer a year ago, was Jacobs and Logan McKeo, of Danville, Cincinnati. Col. Jim W. Jones, who has taken from jail at Hopkinsville by niuob been furnishing the present legislature to the task. to fight the legal battle. It is understood with "tolu," was at home Sunday. and hung, Tuesday night. When they Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture 'It is sent out from Washington that came for him Skinner remarked:, "Gen- that Powell admits having ridden the coun.Major Hobert K. Blankenship, Presithe President says Kentucky has gotten tlemen, let mu put on my clothes. My horse in controversy from Grayson in Arkansas, where dent of the Old Dominion Iron ami Nail andUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods her full quota of offices and that he will life has brought no one any good and I ty, Texas, to a point Works, and for many years of says he sold him. He claims that he the Itielimond Chamber of President not consider for tho present any more am thankful that my death, ut least, may he Commerce, can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conapplications from the State. All right, bea source of blessing to you murder- bought the horse and can clearly estab- waH run over and instantly killed by a vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. treight car in Biehmoud, Vn. lish the faet at the proper time. ers." G rover, wo nro satisfied. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal ,i, p -- -" -- t"' , ." J 11 " -- ",'' . . . 1 ( 9HP9HPIi B9MmKE 4iwwhbiisiE V d.flEimHHIIHA ,BSBn il . ... n 1 1 - r'l.-iui!.- ,.. 1 1 I GOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. WALL TAJFEB, And FUKJNITUKE. ALWAYS -- . I -- 1 k: a 1 ..-- 1 . 1 irj "u COMPLETE HAND. im,.-wii- .i Bi Iv. AxiKK ..! son-in-la- SE-rm- : bt-e-n I 111 p!,.iii ,, ; "' , 11 I 11 ! :rl. ,,,,,,, ,,I'''l'r "". 11 .... . PLOWS I PLOWS I to-wit: .- . . I j 1 ' d ' ' ! ... I .... - ,! , """ "' i.t-i- f 1 GEO. D. TflrEaREN-- AKT'G'R. ll . -- ' ' ' latch-strin- g ,rch ' I Wo-iKu,t- u 1 s ; . -- IAX-MU- '" "". ...... 1 Kv.n-tionalit- y I riii)t-iTitn- '" tJ s . J i '.;... .,.,.,, ..,-"1 I cm-lo- ....... saw-mi- ll -- , I j &f 111 'r T, 11 1 -- ..- ".. ! . I . .. -- ,',..., HLMYS MD four-year-o- ld Wash-ousl- y ISTHEBESTIN THEWORLD. JUSTTRYIT. T. tt. r, V7--A.LTOIs- 1 d ... JLjllj xf I r 1 ...I .. ,,. FURNITURE STORE WMAR, MAW v. - Km-per- I . I I I I - c- - v.. .V., . ., ' 4 ne . - ,", . . s K w MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Foil millinery ofvery description go Tiik Han Diejwn, of Han- Diego, (Jul., to Courts A Cox. of our contains nnoticQ of the. man-informer (,ountyntaiY'Mr. Wi D. Cloyd, to O.uuiKN Si:i:ic, Onion HctH, Seed I leans, NEW AIlVEUTISI'MKNTC. Miss Sophia M. Recce, nn' accomplished Stamford, Ky., March 16, 1888 imdj'ciih nt A. A. Wuiti'Ii'h ".Model lady, formerly of Illinois. The groom's (irocery." . Lincoln friends send hest wishes. large lot of trunks and vh- - ' Wr.iirv just emerging from a pretty 1huh. linen, .Inc trunks from $!.M to SV2.nO NthiL'im? cold snaii. hi which the mereurv - r ' ir " ground-ho- g- - wan We havcieccived anil lire daily reremn. nur at I'ruco iv AlcIIoliurts . A went down to- -'. The nM'" .."f .? Mil Tuoadny and Friday. Publlahod Evory thrni,luiiil llidci i. ir Millinery, we will hive right, l)Ut an ills. niX WVl'ks Oil I - AT i'l.n. lini'Ki.vn' ncioiitican ontcitain,awelllr. eilline Ladic' K rwrotdery Call i !, Li u .... - iri. IVi wiir ki ami examine ur t'j k "n Laucaitcr i.m. wmi iFunin nth to 150 pur cent cheaper th.ittcrr bclore knuwn In C'ciitnl Kcnturkv Window Shade to VJOAlt.IN' ADN'ANUK incuts were highly iiiMructive, hut they- stay. Warm, fair weather wan predicted 10 tOl'KI'h fi COX. Krnm PKIl j weren't free shows, couseiticntly 1! CJIIHtO V.unit all comlilii.mon of Wall I'.iper l.arBet stock to wlcct from .it IMrloro, Dan-lllthe atX. K tlAVI. vestcrdav. J II IICI.IO . Ky tendance WtlH slight. o paid $2.BO will he chared.-w l'alntu, Oil, Varninlaa and Painter' Snpilici, Wl.iJoiv (SlaM, etc I. (i. l. s has sit 'ceedeil in I'cttiiiL' I'lANOS AND OIKiANS. Afjent for John Cliirch - Co a Mu.lc.il Menli.iiulNo A MMin:it of our i.ierchantH are hcau-- 1 ,,rjVJlU. wl,M.rj,tH to the amount of tlfyin their windows with porcelain let- L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. for tllL, .,n,lltMtMi Stanford and 3S. ... t;...w .ti...., ..., .i... i....n lSum. . turnpike, and theie heginn to ,,.,oj.m - - - .,.i ,i...()tll.Mjlt,i, .Mail train Koing Nmih South "-look like there in no douht that this I South.. iprei train KOWI.AND. KY so a in North . mont important road will he. liuilt in the m 63J K. L T.vx.vKiigot a J.Vfoot, Local IrclRlil Ninth llavcjimt oneneii a new mock nf .Men' and l!oy' .6 35 1' m South. verv near future. Clutiung, IUl, C.iiis, llouii, Shoe, Dry (ioodn, smoke-stacfor his mill from I'he latter trainalo carry pai.einier Nmloin and I'amily (iroccrie. Al.ii ilealert in IheaUoveWcul. ulaudoiitlaudard lime. Solar St mill) is Soil here VCsterdlty ami HJlid he I'liK YoMjiuite News in Htanding on its Coal Country produce taken in exchange for lime i dliuut i minute faitet. at hinheit huvc.UA" hy huyingof thciniiistcsidof in ,iml legs and howling Imtiuiwi fc.'o.OOO in Kixxland le.irn the market price in Come one,io-- c me all, advantage trade. the cities. , nt mich to M extended for a court-liouw- e K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. a place iih fiburty for the henetlt of a few Livery, geed and Sale Stable, Tin i: i:s broke into theninoke-houneo- f 'train leave Kiwlsnd at ;joamar.d return at old ringsters. It is usoleiis to kick 6 p m. .Martin .Mcfotmack, tin blind colored I ON DON, KV, pensioner, wlio lives at Tiirncrsville, and against the pricks, young man. The Is Receiving Ilia court-hous- e MEANS BUSINESS. is going to be built. stole every pound of meat and all the Witiiils and jewelry repaired nml wheat he had Wk have a copy of the warranted. A. II. Penny. presented hy the V. V. T. V. at tv Oru lightning compositor, .Mr. A. . Tin: bent place to buy drills, patent night and i medieinen and toilet artich'H in at A. It. Ilutl'man, net a full galley, At inches, of tlio Christian Church Sunday adopted by the congregation. They are! lVniiy's. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Gi'J him a, Tr ial. this brevier in 1! Iioiim and L'O minutes, lit v vour school liooks, ink, tablet. yesterday. Cniddock's man will have to highly flattering to lions. Kigncy audi pencils and school supplies of all Anderson for their devotion to the pro- W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. cut and come auain. kinds from A. If. Penny. hlbition cause and for making effective i turnout and laddie hnrei alw.iy for hire I I gtianintee all watches and every ari noon I tne mitt conven- TilK correMjndent who r'iuN us a "the law pased bv a former legislature i p rcami.ii.ie term l(nl luinl rinlhpril mi. I) ruich pl.i e In the ticle of Jewelry cell to Ih junt us icpre-r-cntciputrterof a column pull' of nomeboy'n and ratified by the people at the polln, n the mountain nect.on of the Male XJL 10 ) JXJ&iO A. U." Penny. ' favorite jackass, is reminded that we' but which was afterwards declared mop T &G charge for such matter and tlo not make jcrutivc and void by the courts, upon I IDKTJO-O-ISDECIDEDLY PERSONAL n-1111111 niiotuuiiiui iixn hi one patron ami lowi 01 anollier. tecniucai nttiier AND I'KKSONAI.TV .Ma- -. Smith Km hum in is visiting tela- 'sons." tiven in Lebanon. determined to;o 10 Kuoxville, I will on Dimi.'s F.Mime Ttrn:it. the most iei-- l ... Ilavliv ,,., i:liaeit from good authority tlltlt j my ulaceat Highland, Ky ,m sell at pulilic out ry, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, .,.... i,,.,.,,,...i f,.t ,.,.-,,Mi, .1. V t"i.ov:itM has lust rcturneil .,.., i,,,,i iurp, on liiiw tn a uesmiinsaiioociotKA l.nt ' woiiuui HUcii birth i i i in lHSiinlrt ..t.tt . ....fU-...n it i it " FANCY ARTICLES, &C. SATURQAY. MARCH 24. 1888. child at the Lincoln countv poor-hous- e iJi'iinn'1 11 1,.,, ,,., . tiriiittMl nalteriisiif MIITII JIIMIN ami rnir... tiiln-h- . d. !M,"V MrH' S,U' ',,,mu'M became Its mail- My itock and implement, vu A lay hor.e, 8, rhylciarnprev.npuo.n accurattly I 10 Irwltl WCIlt to Louisville Wednesday ' ' N.lt l)V lllllil for ' Address .1 '1 n.h.r titul uKn i Ui.nt i1..a l,,Kr-tnif- f il vear did . LHjotl for an v L.1111I of farm ucirL. ver v ' Jemle ami laRO.,H.UBy home, a IIIIH tvpliol.l 'o Mivh ltalllMII. Al.UMlX If. ThoilipHim, lncaster. ""'"', bron hor.e lt ,M the county T aaaeyTca j, v hy judge and discharged on j ear. old, cry i;ood plo, .ljiia and saddle' Nit' H a Tiniex. horie,a f;ooa milk cow, at.alck, lu hheep, iHJiutry, Mrs. Holme has endeavoied a quantity of corn mid other feed, early Ohio seed C01.. Wkm 11 says that in view of the the '.'Nth. MMtiroi .'Itw. .lepiicn Kin. 11. inMitutioii to thehighestpos-aiu- l potatoe.. 80.,d farm a.l.or.c wa(.oi,, . l,,IBKy, ,et THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, great falling oil" in law business heie he, to Mim Covcnnie up from Cireennburg ' of uiigy h.irucfrt i t of Finnic hjoii harness i ct of n'tumed with her daughter, Miss is contemplating the advisability of run-- 1 fible htandard and disreputable women Iioe, uoiible du .2 iMrrnw. plow. trrftllc. wvthc.! CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. padc.t fiik, j;rinJ.tunet p.tmu corn hinlng for police judge, but when he .lis-- , eannot remain there and conduct theni- - cr, Muuir, unit iiiiiiicrun inner oiuci muiica aiu who is ..iiite sick, Tuesday. Sallie - iMfiii txu lec - rnfi-uh- h urn me .uiugv 1 nn-.,....,.l.... ucau,"" """." lheloeM. Uattlie, Clock and Jcuelry He. .1. HIS HltUHIT, .III., and Wallace lilltll11 Munikt elr ; houchola fur ' illV of "Utlt . 1111111C1 ry x.uu .ituiitci t(Ki( mhii 4 ?ij . ...1. paired on thort notli.i;und warranted. Ai. ......- - ....... wood" on the olllce he will likelv de- -' conection is made both for the benefit . uri.i. ...r. .! rie I nlllllK-iiigm.K- , , . 11. .1 UIIU UMUICO. uiic ... 1... :.. .. auu mice IMCII, I UCUICIU l.......l.l!. toe iinme aim oir ..u. i lomie- -, no i v clllie to iK'Come a camililaie. fl,,,lni, ollntf.;-,eoud r.kn.u chair,, oiher .1. Mitchellsburg, is vn, of im; cmdlc, most estiinible woman and has llled her hair., title,, ciiik machine,1 . .. iiateul lainn,. uoilc. a No a couKlui; stue. a heat- CaiK'iiter at the depot. s1110Aiu.1: merciiam tailoring ami piHitionadminibly. imd i.nnii.h ry a patent chum,. lh:A!i.nv is becoming a ., Mis.Mui iloiinie oairellen Drcern io.ujimj; cmi. Kitchen aic, line clothing by John II. Cniig & Co., a iiuaiitiiv ofiian. croikiry ami ther article, ollort i u( S.mki.i.ki) a Mof-i:- .tlitirtniish artist. Her liihM Fur several days lot oliiod cl'jthitt, .Vc Tcrmkeafih THAI uiflt Viil,.lnriLiir A Itr. ivi't, lM.4..1..ti.f.t,. ' ... .H'M I IITK, three men have around town, os forANuat the amc timeofand place will lie offered cnivoti of .Hiti SfwmiMv, which I N aiiex .111.1ii, rilW lllllg, i. !.. . ... , a nale alHiut 87 acre tfuod kitoh land with Et llllg 1. . !., xact ttpy of the photogn.pl. ami the nils due Iiiijc notice thcrt-oii- , teimibly without mile mtuaie i1 llichland. I will alio rent to the huhett bulu .ttl.IjMlw fll .1,11... ............ 7 ol ired table plei' ,. worK inueeu. ,.,....,,..- - ... ...... Villi tllillll ,1.11111 tltl .tilt, II April 1, for the term of one year, c.imiueucin ... . , . ., . i....,i.'iiki,. mentn 111 this line of buiness in tin . in.-the tarm nn which I now reiOv, nmMiniuj; 57 .Mil. joiin world. City style, iiiftrniKilitan de- tiven. Wednesday night they went up acre, aith ood6.room houc, ood ham ami othman who wttled at Highland, several signs made known er building, and perfect fits asMired, nr no to .Max villi1 and meeting some darkies, ondayof.alethereon, condition, 10 be W KINti. ... ,1 .. nn- -- nn ago, win sen out on .1...- .11.1. a...- - s;ile. pretended to be awfully anxious to get II I Huh, Auctioneer JOHN 10 paratory to leaving for Knoxvllle, wheie some wliiskv. Thev could not tell them , -- Or Wasn't Tiu.iti:. Spiire W. II. Kin-- 1 wlu.IV .1... ,u.sirwi article could be had. he will' take a clerkship. He has recent-tv aitlt lli'V' l1 . .. .. 1.akiniir.1 ti ,!.. 4l..itlat leitu i.w. ut If I tint r. v.-- im hi . ,ut . I m wm-vpmm .' upon a iv taki'ii a ui iiuiiiii m nitiiuv tuuiliv oi olio, wlio . I .a t t . I . I. I ., which the meeting ottlie ItuMnesH College at I'Xtngton ami iiriM. f !. nereed to DrodllcetheiHUMin. panseil resolutions on Judge 'nu, m.u, well prepared for such work. ,(.m.y hito his piM'ket, Morrow's -- everal tlccisioiin on the pmhl - aIi Thi fine ktillion will make the aea,oii vllK nty never returned. They tried my farni,.l mile, from Stanton!, on the of i&SS ut Manlord bitlon law and coiiMMpiently could not LOCAL LORE. thL.r negm with a like result and still and D.tutille pikr, n have voted. The ther, till they had blown in tlm-AT $20 TO INSURE A QOLT. Fitiwii Fmit Friday. S. S. Myers. proclivities for attending and aiding I, iiart, ,,f tlulr i'ilmIi and then gave up in Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical WatchVermont lUinltlc and l'tdiirree caused our cor-- 1 Uj.lht. Whether they were detectives m:k Courts A Cox'a new display of such tonian i a black hornc, dialed 111 isSj, 16 hands maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness behind, Hired by William ' e"oiideiit to take some things forlr t iH ., iptention, Im't that the hi tew luizh. two white feet Ilamhlctoni.tu, imd.nn Katie jinllinery. ' h lld)k'i! " . T . p)t bit and didn't get tlieir bitters is or.iiiLa.hviSiii'i Vermont, jd dam ma ; l .san, and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye 61a5S33 to suit the . Yorkshire-Nicr line of lnivs waihtM junt recciveil, ...... of the men who bv Helm' Yorkshire, by Imp ..'. v.11.1111,, 3d dam I... t !. ..'.... 1.. vy 11 pvP T11u.1-.urv.- . liv .. aKoer. i'? ". I'L.J... nu.nlHT of munlcr cases vouched for by one t.llliu ' Aruhv: ilh ilain llninvMea. ny imp i.e.i.iui.iii, -- j a little dollar. ion the Circuit Court d.ket, but (1. l'arkolit';ntli dam by Urrcnilritrr; ' th dam by , rih dam bv Maryland l'hunix; tb dam by Han N. N. Sect Irish rotatwn ami ,m,r,m.m are fugitives fnim justice, so, ;.ib.,i: yir.i..m f., Miky, bytwei, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. OTTTTTT'lVr A "NTT,j TDOTTT'Tn S-tt m t ut I. K. nitons. for trial at .spreil III nrucc niuu hook 01 pane jyj; hi- - W U two c.i-tliere will i'i J. XvV U w horse, with the mont Hamblitonlan is u finc.b I, Foil S i... - Mini nn iiioioiiiiiiiu (;i ' the term which lcirins here next Mtin- , lvie.,n(Kod bone, and a Mire breeder -J mid lor all kiihis IIimiKsT cash prices sired b"Villiam Welch, the sire ol I'rince Iniperi(Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Mail Minth for the killing of )c ' llllis. .1. S. Mlirphv, Sr. ' tlav a Jeremiah J aiW, Itessle 't can trot nf titodtiiv. A. I.Jvuiiliellex. , , ., ,.,,, L. H. I'ryor has lost three liorsesfnmi j at. uH. ticr wmuin w'elch wa, sirtd by itj.. , r FAVOItlTK l.INnilETWKKN THE NORTH AND SUf'l H. m iiv; rxiiiiiit, 0 .lIlliM (III"! tint lik'k ILiinblitiiiiian. priiate ncnid iK. ut d'v . pinkeye and four more have it I'rnice. a 17, .mil by Imported tin-- dam nf ltud.-ii- ' Ost: piano, one elvet carjH-t- ami one ,,ue of the Moon Itrothers at Mt. Vcr-M- t -- W. It. (iotr, of Shelby county, Mild TiuMrc (nun "I I otto) and ire of an milts trotter, LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' of parlor chain for sale by .1. L. nun, the latter on a chane of venue. it.un by u on nf Mainbrino, by Imp IN 35 1 HOURS. in Lottisxille, 11 hhds tobacco at SZ1.W to Trustee, MessciiKir, Vermont bilni; a Kraut's n uf the Kre.it lloth cases have Ik'cii tiied before with Whitehead, Mt. Vernon, Ky. llamhletonian. the r ndest sire Hi Inn, ltydik S.7.:tt). Iiuii.' juries in each. and tiill'a Vermont combined, li.ick.d by thor- Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. pmmIs to Mr. F. K.Tribblehas purchased a comoughbred, will make u fine loc liore Itjsdik's llwiM.sold nivstiH-koMainbrino, llambletoiiian, by Abdallah, Wi. uive Liwver Davison's road law bined horse from Cicero Kubanks for dam by Imp llellloumkr, ,ilson ol by llisbop's THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. W. II. llii:iM!i, I now desin' to settle up d.iin dam lij Imp .MesseiiKer. niv business and ask those indebted to in full on our Ith pajre and commend its .(h), TUKTIflXASWHOBT I.INI5. (illl'i. Vermont, by I loivninB'i Vermont, sire of . '. r.'.reful perusjil by those it atl'ects. Cii-- j Sai.i:. A pair of small mules the dam of Knlym.i, ) 16, 1st dam by tolumlm,, nje to please come up and settle. sou ut loluinbus, sire ot I'nnliilenie, " (liar. k')) . der its provisions the farmer's tax will milk cow. H. K. Harniw, 1 as jd dam bv llcrrand, sire of the dam, of a bv i'naMMl 111 cents on the Stanford. iv.an; '(d dam lllW Matchless, Isnire of the CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 12, 1888. '" ' of his has pun-baseVermont the sire of W M diiiu nf t'llmaV, s,i jj. p. Klkln bounht of 1). U.TIioinp lliuincr Illoi. 4 at. Illaei Maria, a ?, Lady Oak ...i..!.' XL .1..1... iirl..l.i. his hiiiiM and SIlX) in addition to his beine. required to UKA.13 t;r also sire ol .. (.(. an l.uiran jinUi the dam of I.I'iADDOW' work the nmds lOdays in a year, but by 0f thtrnml, n couple of e.Mni io"- - 1 i..ta.r'in..r..rt(m D.mvillt! avenue. . ,llllt: I. (;amH.t,;, Wilkes a , Tbc Kiiik TlfATNlj hOU'lTT TRAINS NORTH".' a Jl'4 I.aily J aj1., Out aw a I'M, I'carl t " at :l J cents. Hoinctliiiiu over ?l 000. We s.ti)os. the ulhiwIiiK those who only pay a poll tax No. 6. No. 3. No. i. No. j. No. a, N'o"8." NT7. . Ile.uricea.ti'i, l.adv I'atihen i.iMj. and Ken., STATIONS. No. a. Daily. : Wasli Kcllv bouttht Of epS'f iV tuckv (ient.inuii aiH. onl sire ot the ad dam i f ,.,.t to work it out and then m'tniittine. road, m r.x. Sun. Daily. M. , Daily. f, ti. Daily. Daily Dail). Daily. . "." . VOHIIi: L'CIUICIIIIIll ' ciiiiiuh in ie p.iui as n.ey now are out in , Co., B.VI barrels ot com at ?:. jut narrci. , ;.,,;h' ii.msieVbnlan, hv.ii-- Al.dallal.. ire ..f j 817am 4 oj p ni ScOiiii 7 55 a I. 've Cincinnati A'ev 640am 642 m 10 aj a 61x1 pin Kent mare. sir Waiter j7. i.t dam by levy, the property tax pniinis the prls Kentuckian. . , . 8 30 a im 4 it p in .Villi.imtoivn ...I.'ve 513am Kjc. by 935pm 951.1m mm . l - .. i n. i II till , us ,imi .iwo bv lull, lleltlminder; jddam One ny imp. lllshup- 1059 am 547pm 1037 pm ,i it x n" (icorietonn .aics4 I6..1 III 703pm 71411m jnSpm I . ItUSII DOUUIIl OI 1. ). Hill llamhletonian; 31I il.un MUerlall, IIU'IO.V iV I'Wls. ,.ii"M"in. .i. ... ....-in in- - uuiiiiii" niuu u niiw in. II. a m 415pm 700am 340pm pm 11 05 p in 10 15a in Lexington.. 3 4s . i i 11....:.. .. 1.,. k. lumi.lit i:i:.,,. ii.m mitiiiii ,.,.,.,,,..,i,....,l .n..l ;t i u . i... riwer Risdik'i. Ilamlilctonian is the hire ot 1130pm 7 35 iia ii.-m.- iitlv im-3 jj mini iiu-iiin i'Miii,,ii .Mcnoiaituic f"" RH.SHIK I...J ..lr....,l.. oipmnaspm 11 a in1 Klllllllilit.. I'liimiiir cum aim ...i.i .I i .I...; s,"lj,c , iSand n others with record of a 311 oriHSM' 037am 707pm "'lllllil' ...junction .ny 35 u.1111 310pm 530am. 100pm 9 10 pm 1130.1 in ,.111 II f,,l1miiiu il.iv fiir.sl:'(). neiter; also ot the dam of Trinket 114 and js ilSP V. Ware, at Howlllllil. invite tlie.imini. to ilierease from tllisoil. 3 05 a mi a 30 pm Somer,et 05 a 105.1m 15011m -- (jit'ito a lot of hemp elianed Oakdale... 7 3j n in hanils "' Vermont1 niioiinitiB,.)1byriiiiivr,niaiL 535 am 315 pm! 9 55 pin 11 35'n in Haw., tjopm pulilie to their store, eoiillilent that onee Ar'v.l'hallanoo:a....L,ve 710pm 9011am a pi 4 ( 830am K.i.i.k...--(.'o- l. CMM'ot.s, y.,.,1 eletk jU lA.x,ntim MoI1(luy ul $5 per 850.1111. 600pm l.'e...Ch.ittilltxi;a.. Ar'v 040pm there sales are sure to he elleeteii; Mr. 3 50 p in r. Attall.i, co p m' Ar'i H (., at S:!.-- '') per hiu-- 1 sire" ..f the dam m .Mambrina iiruee, the .ire of Hilton teliH us he likes his new home at .function t it y, was run over liy an jM),ni(jH 13 15pm, 330.1m 330pm 11 10pm I.'ve.... Iliruiiushaiii ' .s.... ... Shriim M,irirai,.d..m ,,, '.'V'"' . 5 45 pm 13 48 a in 40 a m 9 50a nr ucaiooa ami that hustness is hrisk ami viifsinu MwitehiiiKthereWe.lneMlay momw,.,jlun. ii.vt.mie I.'ve , 10a io,o P"i. ...LST.,.,tSj.. 10 1 11m 4 10.1 in Ar'v.....! Meridian i,t truttiiiK mare Mills illack llaiik is the nl niK ami .lien two Hours later, tits riniu L ....!!.... Tom (. Kohiiison oilers the services sire of llelle of Saratoga a )i Lancet 1 37U,, 6 15 a in 9 30 a m Ar'v,Sciv Orleans .... I. 'ie iuo pur sop m ... nei easing. v 1001 pm .iieriuian thhih ami hiti wern fearfully man-Je- il, 430am 1, ve j..f .,..., H,,i...it,i stallions to the hreeilers. Kthaii Allen 3 i$h. imu "nn 6 15 pm m I.'ie 8 35 Ar'v Juckvni, a a), and is the lre of the dams ot lllanche a tsK. I iiivKpiirehiiseil the liiinher varus ot iS rj 1t mn ami one of his feet tliis season. 11 00a m L've. ...Viekihurjf 400pm Head their pedigrees in (ie'n Tweed, 3 soS, Tennes,ie 1 iT, and . . .Monroe , 4 3o p m L'vc 1005 .1 in Weuivnand I. .M. uruee ami in - ' llli(. :...... .....i ,.(,IiS,,i. Mm the founder of the ureat Illack Hawk fami.y Was otherwise m. ii,n fmn.itn 815pm Ar'v...,Shroiiport that lias in the male and female line 400 o 1 30 or will o)eii a IiIk yard at the one jMmlt u,. was ttinj; tlie nuinhers of Thl vMlK (lllhv illtmht of thiM h,tt.r ri'tirci'iitatliei.. )n (lltl f filiimlti,. ln ill N. II. Train No. 9 leave, Oakdale at 6 05, A M, and arrive. In Chittano ia .11 u, 11, Nu, 10 le.'.iiit , ...I ...1 llq.sli..M . tilMt. , , Uesides luinher in s,m. ,.. lweMt.M WHIl(rv of edofMr. Weareii. Chattanooga at 4 no, I'. M and ainvc at Oakdale at 7 3 n.,VH.nts '(llpital of live times t iHifidenre a vS, dam a Me,ciijrcr mare , I will rarry a larize brought (1i(l , , Mann lloudoir liuffet Sleeping C.iik on all Iraini. )h.rVi. tH. vnt!w coiiiinjr Old , ioiikIi and , lmilv ,,ank ,..,,,,! t)( ,lt. from IColumbus 341H conierti'd pacer, iimiiuiju. 1 a.s, 11 ill t I lunula, ure 01 ma .1..... ...... 11,1a ilil II COI l.lllt N 11..V I'.im As JOHN C.I.AL'L'l.l.ei.eral .Manager, ot Nisiies, uoors aim inum". .'in tiiwnrils him till too late, Co- ino.se who v., li'.itnrx il ltosamond 3 tof. and Yotini! line or $l,00O,0OO.0W, R. CARROLL, (tcneral Superintendent wasaprnt kliu. sjM.ak f him n the highest terms country, .1. V. 3 JJii ; and alsosirc of tlio dams ot ilin also sell the fenee Mr. Weare.ii Caro- liimuti 3 37, LiiuUe N. J joI(, Niimilcs 1 40, llolliday, of South Col. Mnrrlll tirneral OITh c, St. l'.uil lliiilclins, We,t r'oiirlh Stru--f 1, I iniiunttl, Ohio. for. S. ti. Iloeker. as a clever imil excellent gentleman. He lina, wants a d of horr.es and , ,.. ,,r iter Yotinit Columbus Is olumbiis Utile' i.t4 nerfor.neis. Old I the sire of 11 wife to w hoiu he was wliich blmiJ mules. Will he in Stanford at Nuiinel-ley'- s founder uf the I tiliiiuuiis family,blood was to wn i iV the IS new suits in the eomiiiK Cir-eu- it leaves a yoitn A linnv on I to the Cist uli.it tin' l'llot, Jr, lii.uried in Maysville, to he crush- KENT. .Mrs, Aieuu.',v 1111II1 oa FOR (.'.iiiUn with stahle till Tuesday next. ' t Couit.ahoiittwo-thinlsuerehroiiiih.Itt.u'ml splendid lliuiiile ed hv the tcrrihlchlow. The I invest hoie in the 1'nited lawyers alone and with the ex. hv three I IK I. ASK V MIKIIKK1,I) US IrSM States is owned hy Mark Thohe, of Mat-tooception of two or three which pay kooiI Tin: IViisinii Kxainiueis, Dis. Ilro-- 1 111., is. only : yea in old, measures ninnher is iiiiukIi, Peyton and l'eid, had einht per- fees we Iciirn that the entile This niiii; f tallion will iuac the season at the liij;h, lias piined 'J.10 poumlH in same iui and will be linilteirto tivinty tu.ire, not woithSilX) to the attfirneys. Ijiw sons to exitiniiie on tlieir regular day for Ml hands is still urowin;.'. luisinessis ettiiiK worse hero all the examination of person who want to the last 5 weeks, and 11ENTISTS, .i.'5lW'!t3l AT $15 TO INSURE, at-t time and and if an attorney should c mi I man huiied one And iwIIkoIh tratnlim the lt ol June. You will draw pensions, .ind.as tiual found three A South Carolina er i.. .iipo V Ctj nliKrc; that nipt to live from the practice alone, he or four wlio apparently had untiling wife lust week and early this week took ' flint o.i itncsliw.il.iitf to horses miuth of he i; om- Kite conn htiu,e Ml work hu.ir.uMccil to glir en the ltlier tire salilaiti.ni ul the best bred )iiuuif Ainericau would soon he in the condition of .loh'f" whatever the matter with iheni. One! to himself another. lie Ins the hi. ion nf t.ilieiirise lit Wilkes, sneeil tiro , i M................ h.u L ill tor a Tho DTJYEHS OUIDE ti Milli-riii;- : turkey hen or a church mouse. with epilepsy, poor old fellow, . . The storms which heitn Sunday iiijdu'eer. Issued March and Boot.. I Kennv W de s miis sired by I.Iu t'edtirriu all the way from Pu- tlie 1'itst increased in lury luesday until Vuki walked loach year. It ir. an oncy- t dam iro ol Maine Wei, ,3,,; Til t Stanford is one of the healthiest who hud Iclopodia of usofUl iufor- i. na. iiiumit i . .iiauu A SPECIFIC FOR ..i....o in tin. State is shown hv the lar'i' laski to In- examined, was found to he in llmv a.vMiniei ItlODOl (HIS tievontl CV0II Zelka by il liawu rmation for all wbo pur- very had condition and his ease was the recollections of the oldest inliahi-tau- t. slreoftlied.ini nf Mes,eni;cr Chief, who sired chaso tho luxuries or the compose her nuuiher of old people that ; 3 Aam b I)owiiInj;'s Jlay 3 16 neoeisitios of life. Wo In Xew Yolk a heavy snow fell, Maud Mes.eiiKer dam iiv iiiinir Jclfcruii. paier; M...iur,.r. mi population. Tliere are scoies. of them eertilled to draw the highest pension in can olothe you and furnish you with, The doctors aru making a which the winds, hlowin CO miles all tho necessary and unnecessary wn.e,: ,. over 70 and the fnllowinj. seven are over' its nink. vat as appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep, They hour, heaped into drifts, completely !,ii,,m cuoni., by Americtn ciav, d dam No Mow S. S. Meltoherts, good thiny out of tlio husiness. I 'iititt. sO years of ace: Uipr(ted Trragalar kalnfol eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, liornios bv M.tmurino Ibicl.id il.m Nr. li 1'or the tht dam of lirlcon. id IU.1w.uT1a b Ulawalha, son .1. It. Win- - get ? each iiiiece for tlio llrst live ex-n'- hlockinu' travel and trallie. or stay at home, and in various sizes, canty and 15 Vaiiisdale, Watt rotas .Maid by Muiiilirinu styles and quantities. Just figure out Kiiilirvi; (over IK)), Wesley ".initiations anil 51 each for all ovei, so time in the, history of the city, not a nt Imp Allium, l.im DuthcrN ll.....wT..r l. II..- 1....... it. ... .. Peyton or Mrssenirer ifoiviuuj; ..j wnat is required to do all these things to .i:i street eauor elevated road train was run- liners, ilam Li linn, .iiessenijir inn s nay COMFORTIILT, and you can make a fair Houtand U'wislloi'ker. There tiro ul- -' WedneMlay'H work aiuounted SlesseiiL'trlsthe sircof I.aily Martin . a 33, II Dlw.rJjOO. four-scorestimateof the value of the BTJYHB8 ATJfcOiJriiliX hut they 1'iieh for them. They have already ning. Telephone, lire alarm and tele- I'orter 3 Mantunno .Mcseiiyur, sire of (,en. so sevenil ladies over 1 nomas 1 11, LIFE, 1'8 CUAROK W acknowledge it even yet, so we mnilo elaiins to this amount of $10. each graph wires, all went down and for many Grnruell. Ihinna, whosireitsicoti reoeipt 10 cenU to pay postage, tofferlni;"n '"'"'2 will beaioideil.OFff3rbii cmt won't tot ttnd dauber j exttnii- - hours there was uhsolutely no commu- and,,adyK.,.nosc RonSSON MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. book" MitnAiis To Won in," nulled tree. not mortify them hv k'ivinj: tlieir "r tliln iuarter with two more will Manlord, Ky, 10 BaxDruiJ) llMDLATOa Co., Atlst.ta. 3a, nation days to hear from. Chicago, 111. 111'IU Michigan nication with the outsidu world. muu t'H. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal - e k.c.walton, muiiuror MLIITER?! 'P"7 St-- re - SPRING OPENING! WALL r- - 1 M- ", PAPER AND OEGORATIOHS - ii J nn-wii- HXX.TQJM&DiririS General lerclmiidlse, .. ... ,.... A. GIBBON'S, DAWnriJUtE, KY. j;;;:;:r..,Himuwu,v,w,,TWKll,m l 000-pout- id k ', leto (Do BUPU2Y9 SUMMER j MERCHANT TAILOR AND j re.so-lutioi- e. 'SPRING GOODS. jikt, 1 d. ' 0 113 TLSllTXTTrST' ilJ.IAA 11 a SAIiE OF JEWELEB, MHtt ovii I,. ... 1 r.ii-etli- ... comi-mnde- n-.- ((.v,T.J-lic.irg(.t- """",.' ft 1 . - : ... 11 1 , ns-Nti-ng - ...... .... 1 ,int..e, PLEASE OBSERVE' .,.,, ln-e- S, i.n, ..... fiM'ROBERTSSTAGG A FUiUL AlSoMOTMniiliW AND SILVERWARE. s ). it a 1 VermontHambletonian n'lli-ctin- ,,( tj, watches, clocks, jewelby, , ; well-know- . ; i Wtl. , '""h"" f I ! ... ""'; 1 ' Ik-b- es 15 JJiJll ri j,vajkj sXJXl m ,,,,,.. . 111 i ' ii ' 1 f ll.itnbfi-tcmui!,,v- l UtH-ker- ''' !, ,! Nil-he- G fn ... ...;,. ...... rn. .1 i.t. .......... (, mw .... ,, ' ,, l)-i- l - .... ' ik,llT,.,llU 111 111 '""" "" , 11 i':.riZZ .' I'u-rit111 Ken-tuck- 1 1 111 "1 . 1 Z'Z 1 1 111 , 11 ,r (ieoi-K-el)- ,.t , dn-sse.l- a .(. 1 ear-loa- iid 11 n, KENNY WILKES. Peritiy t EEorbsrt, an-.- IRMIELD'S RESBLflTUtt "'? j i. , sXiw $. o 'f ". WOMAN'S 1.ISEASES '.,,..6. liv TtiTENSTRUATION s -- e, IVI j lmi, K, i, A 'V VLi A . ,,'- - ,f,.s.J, Jim i iiit mmm laftiannni-- i r - ' J ' 'Hi"1!'1!";."!."'.'!"'"' ' i 'i r.- -. 'I ' -t m a- - .' . y.'ffipnftF su .fjgv W v'lsb 7? Vir VyuTtlff r i il i if t IU r I K i i. i ? , .. : ft. m v Col. Dan .Slaughter TeHs How ho Got The Conimonwenlth, unlesn mild ATTENTION, FARMERS ! Title. unco in caused by riiiikniw of hltnsolf or I will pay the hlithett cah price for Kreth iiiiiuediute family; hut it nhull be the duTo the Kdltnrolthe tnturltrjnurti.it. he delitvred at the Ktniiiraut Home, , t It was during Mm early days of the late ty of each road tmrveyor to furiiinh the Crab Orchard, Kj. DAVISON'S ROAD LAW. !. I.IVINUSION. comity judge a list of all persons who war, while I was only a captain, flint my ft) lounYint.HtwmiT Cmcato Krfjfl- (IIUTKIt 2(11. have failed to work the roads that year company was encamped on Whitley LOUIS SOHLEQEL, An aet to provide for repairing and keep- in tluir respective districts, and there- llrauch, below London, Ky. One of my scouts came in bringing the news Mutt' ing in repair the public roads in Lin- upon said judge shall immediately cause said person or persons to hi brought be- the enemy, 1,000 strong, were rapidly coln couifty. - I.ejMnj lloih ICV. UICIIMONU,. He it enacted hytheGeneral Assembly fore him and show cause why they advancing. Our camp being well proit wason-l- y LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI should not be lined, as provided for tected on the rear by the bluff, of the. Commonwealth of Kentucky. necessary to fortify our front, so as to ' I'hotozrapct In all ttyle anil tire. Picture in herein, and said list shall be furnished 1. That in thevountyto which thisact Pail), Seiiire It I taeler, India Ink, Crayon and Wilcr Cilir. New tie-lshall apply all persons who are within said judirc by the 1st day of December, give us a very secure position. Ordering In I'm mi .nl M itt it nry lo v pric. my men to get their arms in readiness THE MOST RAPID ROUTE the road working age as provided by See. of the year in which said work was K, tH1IN JMI M. rKKklN, and upon the failure of the road and not to lire a shot until I gave the 4 of the General Statutes, LM, Chnp. IImduiikvii, M.,Ma, iSJ;. shall be required to work at least two surveyor to furnish said list, lie shall be word, we waitetl their approach. FinalKer attempted lielNtccii the great commercial M irtin he; U inform their nnuy Alhricht un the Ohio Kier and L'luci'ii, and hem fricndi and cuttomer of the change in firm nxme cttiet days of nine hours each in each year on lined not 1cm than $10 nor more than ly just over the hill they came in sight. the fatet time and limit inmforlalilr train be falling upon their the South, nr teeu all point in lounterpartuf to the Yeton an I the public roads of their respective load $1'0 for each oll'ense, by warrant in the With the sunlight tin train all NorlhwcM. The MARTIN & PERKINS, arms, and with their bayonets fixed of the Commonwealth or be trunk line i denominated I he Limited hxprct districts. And if in the opinion of the mime ' '1 he in peril rolling to.L we employ glf puron by the grand jury of the county, ready for the charge, they presented a The new firm hope not only to iitin the repuroad surveyor more work is requiied or Unlimited I uuifuM tation of the old, hut intend to make many tin. MirAt all Coupon Ticket Oflue iu the South writing by ami uiiou any magistrate failing to noti- grand ami imposing appearance, and one if said surveyor be notified in piovrmcntin the ni nnf.n ture of toliano uluch lyM' time might well strike terror to the will he to the interest of our iutonier. We will )ou will find ourand tablet and ticket. gel M.inon tuk two freeholders of his district that his fy the county court how much money is which dcute pe(ial attention to our 'INatural Leaf lion,ate money and have a to Mnnon, ll you wait pteaant Jnurnc to required for the roads in his magisterial hearts of my little band, but I knew my li.inl.iiy )uu lirandt of Keutuck' 1iet leaf. road is out of repair or has not been sufIt O. M.COKMICK. forpat f.nors and aM fur a communion of tieneral I'attcngcr Aenl, C'hica.i ficiently worked, he then shall call out district, as directed and provided herein, men, they were trieti and true ami 1 Keipei tfully your, jour trade, we remain City Inlet Agent and llluert I could depend on them. Xearer I IN A I' KU K I N S M K the freeholders and persons of his dis shall he tlned not less than $10 nor more knew .A IkiKNrn, 11 th Ae.. l,outille, Nr- . M. Tokrkvck, f Nine M, Cincinnati, Oh lo trict whij pay ud valorem tax,andreuire than $10 for each otlense, by warrant in and nearer they approached in all their I'hi nf purity, neier tarie. eight days the name of the Commonwealth or bv power of numbers and pomp of war, with Mrcnitthpowder tthuletnmetie A mtrtel economu. it them to work not less than and More THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. ICir banners flying ami their drums than the ordinary kinds and cannot be old and not more three days consecutively, indictment of the grand jury. the multitude of beating, thinking that with their first competition withpnopuate powder low tett, thort Sold only In but no person shall bo required to work ? S. All Acts in conflict herewith are weunt alum ir Cerllfnale of itock in the tanner National Ko At. IUmni. I'owdkh Co., Hank ofMinford, dated April ), iHj, for 6; more than ten days in one year, and no repealed, but this shall not be construed charge they would wipe my little com- can The erratei reduction in pn e evr known at Wall Street, Nc York io6 hare and payjbie lo .Mi. .Sarah I'. Well ha WAl.TKRr'Ir'.I.Ds' firilcta .hieing and repair I hereb) warn any shall be to repeal any of the tJeneral Liws in re- pany out of existence. Hut see what a ocen lot or umlalil, ami person other than a freeholder 'thanking my fricudt for their patt fa or hop or pertont aaint trading; for or other. c ne- - I tulicit the tame in the future. All kind of work required to work more than two days in lation to the public roads, except such as sudden change comes! When they had a for the tinder ?otiiting leaving itameah The () le), will confer the done in the bet of tyle mid warrinled lo give cathicr of directly conflict with this Act. ThisAct arrived within oO paces I pive the word !r IIAKMKNDT, t.ititfaiti'in or Hi piy. Au thing in iron or wood one year. aboe named Hand give to tire. Instantly the report of lOOsquir-re- l '2. An annual tax of 10 cents on each shall only apply to Lincoln county. 0enl.ro, Ky. that too want WAI. me a trial nnd be lonviiiccd. IKK lll'.l lis, luriiemillc rifles rang out upon the air, and in I V. AH property ne.ied fur town or SIOO in value of the real and personal esCo., PhilaEDWARD II. FOX, tate directed to be assessed for taxation city purpo-e- s shall not be taxed for road that same1 instant 100 forms bit the dust. in taid county not taxed for town or city purpose, as directed herein. Hut noth- Not giving them time, to recover from It I un old and thoroughly reliable, loutirtatlte ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, purposes shall be paid by the owner or ing herein shall be so construed as to re- their astonishment, we leaped over our coinpati), now In it it Near with li,5i,H breast-wor- k The Original Wins. with sword and pistol in mtts and i,5(ni,Ki surpfu Its rates art' as DANVIMiK, K V. person assessed for road purposes, and lieve property of any kind from taxation Imv a ant old und reliable coinp.ui), with C. I'. Simmons. SL I.ouli, I'rop'r for road purposes, although within the hand and in less time than I can tell it for" fair ilf.illn unMirp.ied a reputation M. A. Simmons l.iver Medicine, Kit'd Niid tax shall be collected by sheriff or s,o. In the I. S Court J)rAT I. etirlled l none and plan In milt cunbmls Hat mo ed to hit elegant new building oppmite county tax collector at the same time limits of a city or town, unless said prop- not a single man of that 1,000 was left to Would r .ill the attention of InKtncm men to it II. ellln, I'rop'r A.Q. Simmons Llv new cndounient. accumulated urplu and f per the pottollice and it better than ever prepared lo tr KfBulitor, Ksfd by Zellln lit. andbythesanieleg.il process that the erty is actually taxed for town or city tell the tale. For the courage and brav- cent Kti ir.inttcd loud pi in of policien accommodate the publn. with fine pHture from s" ' 'or ar tear ' was ery I displayed on that occasion photograph to life ite. Satisfaction guaranteed. Women tnured on the name rate a men cured tNDioksTlon. IIiliolsnii. county levy is collected. Said sheriff or purposes. K FAU.KNEIt, JOHN IJttrsrsiAicK ltArAcn.I.oT 10. This Act shall take etleet and be promoted to colonel and every man in tax collector'shall be liable on his ollicial District Agent for hcntucl f jm ArririTB. hoiM Stomach, KtcO. W. METOALF. JR., Itev. T It- - Itima P.. I,,. l Many my company was madeacaptaiu. bond for all taxes collected under this in force from the 1st day of .May, 1S8S. IChurch, Adam. Tenn.. nrit'ci ""l of them are still alive ami when they Risked both Houses and approved by think I should have been dead but act. ATTY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. t lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. read this article will recall that charge i 15. Every person other than a free- the Governor Februarv 1, lSS. mont Liver .Medicine. I litre HAKIIOI'UVILI.K, KV. as one of the ino.t thrilling incidents of sometimes had to suhitltuU holder or land owner, whether within I "Zellin's ttutf" for vnur W.M rr IN MEMORIAM. the late war. The oldot man in my TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. the road working age or not, may pay OUtrs cln' tut " loa'i nwer the Will practice in any court in Haitein Kentucky, was li years of agej our linns Ham; recently e.imppe J a fine Holier M II m K lamination of land title mtJc a pcialt) Any On Monday afternoon, Feb. L'Oth, 1SS8, Company his poll or capitation tax by working on IrJpfUl Dr. J. It. Graves, Editor Tit to lie trait of timber, cual and mineral land for lutm, Memphis, Trnn. says' the public road under thu supervision of at her home in Garrard county, Mrs. H. were manufactured from my fat herV nf wile. Inform ition lurtttuhtni on any point ami received a parkai. nt mm jSl-tIn tohciteU 1 Mrdicine, tnd have used hallol It. F. Hobiiison died. The brightest morn goods Ihixcs and our rations Void pota the county thould hae county pride enough to the road surveyor its required by Sec. patroniie ami tutiaiu trie am in lo It works like a charm. I want no we are in peurr i.iver iteguiator tnJ cr herein at $1 per day, and if a frcecholder is often followed bv the darkest storm- - toes lllched from ourmothers'ciipbo.irds. form whom it may com em that urn and will the mirkcttobuy ) our wheal and I have been informed that the late reUialy no more ulZedla's mlituro. land owner or taxpayer, they may pay clouds at noon. Who is able to depict give the highest market prue for ame. We to hate added tome new their road tax by fin nishing wagon and the sudden gloom which overshadowed publican candidate for governor obtain- department and i an no machinerymeal our mm meal t nun an make team at $2..0 per day; plow and team those lieai ts and homes which were so ed his title of colonel similar to the way pertnn It cannot he eoualled by any other mill in thu vicinity We tolicil a trial in our ttour and STANFORD. KY . meal departineut $2.50 per day; cart and one horse Sl.oO happy a few days before. Suddenly but I got mine. All hating grain in our line Now lira, Walton please let up on this for tale wilt plee call at the Mill, where our per day; horse and scraper SI per day; not unprepared she was taken fromtho.se agent will be found at all tunc, who will gtte the thiptutT iloni bel prico but it shall take nine hours to constitute who loved her so well. Alas, for those colonel business, at least so far as I am in KKk for ume. llran and W. N I'OTTN. E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. a day's work in all cases, and if any per-bo- n who are bereft of such a friend; not concerned. If you want to give me u ti- Supt.. Stanford ltllrr Mill Co If Si works less than nine hours he shall enough can be said of her. Always the Me m ike it "Hro. D.in" instead of "Col. was Imj allowed credit for a half day's work Mime, unselfish, unassuming, cheerful Dan." My Motel tuM muntain CHICKEN I'hii old and Itt high reputation, and it l'r'pnet'r i detcrnim. no person shall be allowed and faithful in the performance of every a real colonel; also my only, ami ed that it thill he tecond to nu ninntrt II t cl In credit for a half a day unless they work luty, possessing great strength of char- my uncles were colonels and generils. the .State in it fare. Appointment, or Allen and should another unpleasantness come acter, geneiousand just while her symat least five hours in that day. ttoii to hi iuct llaggae nmtejed t and APOLLO up I may yet be a colonel myself; but from depot free of iharge' Special aroniniod.i i 4. It shall be the duty of the county pathy was most tender and true; her tiontto Continental Trateler court, composed of the justices of the counsel was judicious, proving her a your title for me, like my dear Ilrotlic r pcaee of said county, to divide the pub-li- e present helpmate and a joy to all around Humphrey's remarks at our church roads in said county into new dis- her. In all her trials of life she was pa- meetings, when he toltl me he would tricts, numbering them consecutively, tient and uncomplaining, no one heard call me to account if I misused the bible giving a definite boundary and length to her murmur, she was so cheerful and iu my speech, is "just a little too. previ-ous.- " & And while speaking of Hro. Hum each, the same to be recorded by the hopeful it was a ple.isiiie to visit her. Notice I htrcbt ttiten that the iindtrlgn'd.wlii own i rc than thrrr Imirtlu d tl hart of the county clerk in a road book kept for She had a warm heart for all, hospitable phrey, I just want to say to Hro. Wood-coc- k lock id the Crab Orchard and I lupprll that he is gone up the spout, as1 Turnpike Itoad Ciuiipant, a corporation organ purpose. The county court shall even to a fault. We who knew and loved that The Best in the Ued under an Ait "I the (ieiu-ia- i Aeinblt of then make the order and appoint a road her (for to know her was to love her) Hro. H.'s mother was a "Slaughter," ami d vnti Kciitiukt. antirutril I'ebruarv 17. l tint 'An Art to imtirpuratc the (.Crab Orchard.. when you have anything to do with one surveyor for each, according to the pro- can speak only in her praise. On Iter WORLD. thappil' liatt Turn nil c lto.nl ompunt," hu uitiKUlcsl thciutclteo tngcthi-- at aiitlmrited bt an visions of Sec. 1':!, Chap. U4 of the Gener- tongue was the law of kindness. Of of tiiat family you may just as well conap Atlot the fieneral At'inbly of Kniturkt, nu al Statutes. could be more tnithuillystid, "She sider yourself as already "Slaughtered." none prott'd April J, M, and rntitlrd "An Ait SEND FOR CIRCULAR, tlioriaing turnpike, gravel turpl ink nad 11111111.1 For proof of this see "Hro. Pond" in this J 5. It shall be the duty of each mag- looketh well to the ways of her housetilt- cli.irtrnd by tprrlal Act ! the tieneral Am xrmlil) In rcorgan're and iipcrate tlii'ir nnd under istrate of the county to ascertain from hold," while her diligence in business issue, church column. And now iu con4 tli nnd Mnln, the general inrurporatioii l.iw nl Ktiitucky." and the surveyors of the public road in their was proverbial. Her heart intently re- clusion, "Hro. Walton," if you think this Thou s .1 n d s of dollars worth of hate abandoned and reliniiiihid the ngnU o( mud rorupant ululer thr itforrtald t barter a is an advertisement for DrippingSprings, LOUISVILLE, - KY. chit kens die every year from Choi respective magisterial districts, or from sponded to the cry lor charity; she granted b) tke mtiid Act "f the (ieneral Auemblt .ipnrotcd 1'ibnaary 17, ltW, .inJ bate r(;nlci era It is more fatal to rhirkens than the personal examination of said road, stretched forth her hands to the charge it to me; but if not, let her go in to iMYonic' a iHidv lorpur.itf under the general ih especially if you think it how much money will be required to n e ly, and now like the friends of Dor- as a dead-heaiiMratlou law of tin slatr, ti hipt rsftoitbc all other diseases combined. Hut the Jliermlu tirneral Matute and the discovery ol a leineuy tti.it pvuhidy keep up or repair them for the current cas we stand weeping, speaking of the will increase your citciilatiou 1,IXX1. Al! the ttiKklnhlrrm nt the itforem.ild Crab On hard Uootl-by- e till we meet at Dripping and Chappell'm (iup 'I urnplkr ltn.ul I mnpaiit cures ii has been made, and to he con year and pay the claim for work already good works -- he did. "Yea saith tin nail Hi' memoirs mi ine atmy corporaii' 111 nt or Huo. D. U. Slaioiitkii. vinceil of its efficacy only requires a done on said roads that year. And said spirit that they may rest from their la- Springs ii inint'd under tint, notiii2B7C I ll1 nam tne in. 1111niiiin man or tnc l ran trial . 50 tents bottle is enough for .mi report in writing to bors and their works do follow magistrates shalll them." Ouhard uiidOltenhetin I urnplkr Kind ( orapant one hundred chickens. HUBBLE. It is guarI ran shall audit prim ipul pint e of humlitt-the county court of claims, and thereup- Her life was a useful one. She was a Onhard, Kt, 'I ite general butinemt thall He to anteed If, after using two thirds of sasV jJ on the county court, composed of the happy Christian ami will be sadly miss- fpeiicer llnhhle soM one pair of and kiuiwn a iiiiirate the mad imhv a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly Hit. Crab On hard and Ihappitltliap Turnpike justices of the peace in and forsaidcoun- - ed in that Christian home, where as a 1.') hand mules for .'!!(). and to eonttriHt udditumHl turnpike frttm satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Hro. Yaneoy will begin a serie.s if of taid rad to OttemhfiiH uml shall appropriate a sufficient sum of devoted wife, mother and grandmother, ty, Cholei.t, return it to the undersigned ttbtiiioiiipUled In operate the whole ntad money to each public road in said conn- - a loving sister, a true, kind aunt to her nieetinus the thiril Smitl.iy in .Mareh. The capital ttntk .lutlinrned mhull be any amount money will be refunded. not eiieedlng tttentt tlioiuanil ilollarm and thai! and your Hetsy Spoonamore has a how that ty to repair it, or ret oust met it, as the orphan nieces she was loved so many, c paiil in at ti en tluiu unit upon auin toMtiitliHM For Sale by McKubent Ji hlafir ti9HttttVtwSBttttBar 3 case may be, or pay the claims for work many years. We ween, but not for her: has lo jij:s anil all are healthy anil growat thai! be prmvrrihvil bt thu liirectort The coininincrilieiit of till iiirporatton shall bv already done upon said roads. Said ap- we cannot think what life will be with- ing nieely. in April I, ISS, and tluill terininatr on April t, "Af Henry White bought one staek of Newport New3 & Miss. Valley Co. propriations to be paid out of the load out her loving kimlne.--- .. Hut we are rite affairs nl thin corporation .ire to be tax collected foi that year, or to bo paid thankful she i with Je-u- .. bt Hirtitor) Hoard coiiipincd ol a l'rc' We rejoice-t- hay of U.'h. II. for $111. Chickens, tur- I malt' trial at c.11 nf tr I. '. ideiit and four Direttor. ttlut thull be fluted oil atrc on half in out of the county levy, as other claims v gun 1 i think of that glad meeting with all keys, geese ami ihieks liml a imiily kiIu Hit lot Saturday in April of each .ir Dark I1.1t, n'j lu id', high Ibc (incxt li..ri, The hlglirtt amount nt indebtednttm In ttbitli are paid, if said mail taxis not suilicicnt. those beloved ones who were waiting to here at giKid piiees. the bett breeder ami the highest br it lu.rtr in tin lorpnr ition ahull lit ant tluit tuhjett ittelf 1 in Hubble & Kubanks have returned and on niicriujibirtin putitic it n lot .1 prn - mhill li"t nil fifteen hundred ilnllar Jlut this Act shall not prevent the conn welcome her as she cio-se- d the river and terms o il li.ill The prit.tfe propirt) of the ttiKklmldtra ty court from making nppiopriation.- - to went with her thiough the gates up into from Pulaski. Tliev bottght some eattle be eteuiptfrom the lorporate dibt. Miller, John lliichunan, Jno It Ott PULLMANHCARS AND SOLID TRAINS iiikI report stock at the top and milking1 $30 to Insure a Living1 Colt, Uv,V II of pay road claims out of the county levy, the city. . Fitn:xi. IUr T I llumbir, iln'it, J11. S I ih, M' J Ilarrlt.Admr of M J llarri., dee'd; fair passes to go higher. as now required by theGcncral Statute, ' Sircdbt Wll.KI.N's.MICAWIIKK.tlreof . llbuk Ciiiintt. lit I) It I .irpiutrr; Town ! Crab I when the road tax is not suilicicnt. If! In Sss the Church of Kiudand leased Keeiitown bniss baud gave lis a good l'rinci-a-j- , Kiugmicy the .i.,in ,,t Orchard, bt A' II I ..let , W M llnnrtt. V T. I'oll.ird the fund raised by the tax under this to the crown a piece of land for IMTJ entettainmeiit Saturday night mid about ''nAm-V- trial To Washington., Richmond nnd ,! ,t w.iu.n. is not all expended in one year, then years, or on what is termed a "perpetual 100 colored folks came which made our ' Vi,M'HlJV,.vi".cv, r.inil ". tly K.T .et ''.l.adf (irittvold KIDMAN, Old Point Comfort. Ihe time has expiied and now toWll IlllVe With IllOlieV ailtl lUllslf. Trial to wagon aSbt H) ing Morgan the residue shall be carried to the sue-- 1 ""W ,'ilklns Mic.ntbcTiv.it iredb Itttdtrk't Ham the property reverts to the church. Here ul. i, ,,.l.i..,.' s u.i'ln win. i.,llnM..ii.l expended on the pubfeeding ycar-un.suit pukwick i,c)n.,Mi,,n (.ail. nmn1, is a document in loice, made way back lif.t Siitnnliiv. lint tlii l.iiiil nnlv ?.?9H. lt Scclet'a Aiiirrli.ui Star, itr.ind diun In lic roatls that year. Niggc-- Lance, Min nf I. inn, son of Aiiivrlriiu LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE To Loulsvllo nnd Olnoiinniiti. Any person or persons who shall in the day of King Alfred, compassing a reached 1 per acre and was taken down U''"J'" Mk.ivtbcr died toung and left but few 10.uU to pay their niilleiiiuni, less one year, and now alter UllPOKI. Cunuei.li m.,direct for all point in the " Ot IIIUCll otlll'l plopert v un. colt; but (rom bit gnat speed, rlih work upon the public RAILROAD. and ''i"lant prinnNi of a '"'"'."'.''m'," '!"'" llBK-l- ' poll or road tax, shall receive from their this long period the occupants must va- - sold as he failed to sell the laud. ciin-crboth nn tin- track and in the WEST NORTH-WES- T The Ureal ,0, AND Ihe mail line between Danville ami ttud Major riiomas Moiton, ot road survevor a eertilleate stating tlint varatt. How strangi'ly this event links ,irk, the present with the past, and what a Ijineastor has been granted an.l will run SOUTH-WES- T. have worked a Kiid person or pei.-on- s "hi .imrt THROUGH TRUNK LINE. half, whole or number of days, as thu proof 01 the majesty of the law and the daily from the Ills, of .Inly, 1SSS. Our 'L 1,, Hie N"l, 4, Sot town IS Vet III the dark hilt Will bv Olir Wilklns Mnattbcr breeders kiittiiniil the lo.tiif ease may be, and said eeititleate of the stability of the Knglish government. IN rrrri.rt'OK ij DalitO oW Dally daily mail will soon be conveited into aff;uf3tmlt"lo,M,,n'Kn!x'ma, surveyor shall be received and credited r.. ha Anorr the most influential person enII)sdyck'n Iluinbliliinlan.ttliiitircdbotlixlreund by tho tax collector or sherill' and shall gaged in tho business of making or modi- giand whispering gallery. I. to l.ntiittille p ni' 6 50 a rn 7 il.iiiuif HAItK.WVAV li.isirt'd o j pi perforincrH Arr Lexington . o 3J Pi", l 5" a rn and has airid in, mum ttbo hate tired oter imo Wit! bo a voucher to him of its amount iu any fying people's opinions in " While Sulphur Spring.. j Kentucky just 10 a The (iult House is an honor to the city a J" pcrfonnera and Ii.im tired the d.iiut of 50 pir- " Clurlotttiillc VMjunit 5 10 p mu5 40 a m settlement of his accounts with said now is Un I iiIm Yii.U tin, 1. n, .,,...... ,..1 in .iMiiie-iiviin lecorot in a in tiriiting ' Kichmoiul of Louisville. 9 00 p ni i Jo P ni It is without doubt tho him the greatest trotting hon.e.inn outer, that I1.1t progenitor county court for the year following or ,,,,,, without rellecting at all upon " Newport New. 10 35 a m 6 3J p n tct appeared, and AI.I.IU, tho dam of llark.1tv.1y, ' Old I'oint Comfort linest hotel iu the South. Why any cit- It one of his tttu ure.itett daughters 'I he unit II roi in 7 ui p ni ding year fm.n that in which said j a. in,im)nt " Norfolk ,H f tm. mnw , 11 40 a m Mopra izen ftoin this section will stop elsewhere hone approaching Kdlck llaniblctonaii a tire " Washington , done. And it shall bo the du engaged in, it is not wide work was 9 40 P ni 8 J) p m producing , d.nns is American Star, the aire nf Louisville of the truth to " llaltunore p tn 11 as p nt 11 J l.adyllrim-nthe d.iiniif Wllkint MIrattber We " Philadelphia ty of the various road surveyors to fur- say the chief cause of her success is tho when Iu the Kails City isa mystery to us. know the hrciillnsr nf JIAIIKAWAY will bear 3 00 a rn I t in j in To Nashville, " Net.- Vork You can get the same rate at this popu- the closest nnalttU and a 111, 6 jo a m Jj nish tho county court and the sheriff or fact that sho is a very pretty woman. tte hate etcrv confidence lar resort that the smaller hotels of that that he ttill produce aneed undttclicllete ihiie Memphis, tax collector a list of persons who have t'ottiier-Journa- l. patronizing him will realize, us much profit from I.enlnijlou Divi.ion Traint run hy Central city charge (?2.o0 per day), and the fare Ilia produce at from thu produce of ant horse In Atlanta, paid their taxes by working on the pubSlain Line 1 ralnt catt of lluntinKton run by time Katt the land, and hit riliiev tnarea em time, tthich It one hour fatter than Central at tho (ialt House is as far superior to its worthy the embrace, of should make brood llreed-e- r Dr. M. Tabler's planing mill at Har- the bluest blood lic road, giving number of days or parts Montgomery, time. are lilt Ited to call .mil examine for thcmtclvea rivals as you can imagine. We know ADDITIONAL TKAINS:No. u. daily of days each has worked, and every rodsburg burned Monday night. the horse and Ilia nrod un- Attention it railed in Little Rock, cept.Sunday, IcateOliie IIUI445 a ni; Alt ex whereof we speak and drop this gentle the follimlng extract : A collision occurred on tho Pennfailing to furnish said list road surveyor a m; arrive at Mobile and New Orleans. Cincinnati t.i.i Winchester 11 a in. Oi.NK,tu.,M.ir. t . liarkaw.iy never made what 10, 1SS7.be to tho county judge and tjlierilT by the sylvania railroad near Altoona, in which pointer to our friends who enjoy the No u. dailv eeeoi Siiml'i. I.... .. could called a teuton In bis life until bought I1I111. Only one change to point in p ",! arr,ve M Sterling lstof December of the year in which the both trains were wrecked, anil an en- "good things of life." Uy all means stop Our people were absolutely deadton the merits of ? n!,.,!(i.'i"' il?',,",n J tn 711 p m; 9 jo p ni No. j, daily, leave Clifton Kore at work was done, shall be lined not less gineer, fireman and brakeman were kill- at the (ialt. iiieuouer netertfii ito inarea when liiri-- tcart a m; & mu unu got two cults, notii owned here, nnd ton Unrle.tonu jop m; nrrite Athland e7 00 p m ' 40 more than 0 for each of- ed and one passenger injured. Lives of great men all remind us that could not buy cither for $500. than 10 nor V011 can not Culninbut 11 it p m. N0.6 daily feat e Athland President Cleveland's next outing if wo cannot do more, we can tell our buy u Uurkuiv.iy youngster or around Olney for m; fense. less than 100 to J500, out ot common niarea Charleston jj a m; Clifton 7i3a7 J p arrite at lie in. EMIGRANTS Ho will neighbors how Hunter's chicken cholera scried In Ins whole life aa mares and got 10, fo.ils. I'll Inian SeepliiB Can on all ihroiiKh train 7. Kverv person assigned to work will bo a trip to West Virginia. I'or herein, who go late iu May and remain ten days or euro restored our chicken's, that were crt'd tctcral tear he ran 11 lid inI pasture and cot Seeking home on the line of this roaJt ill receive Old Dominion Steamihlps leave .Vorlork on Mon the roads as is provided no inaret, during the time was tnlng; tn see a?.', t SV.Si c,t"eir. ,'1'li'irtday and Salur Special rates. two weeks. He is going out to have a sick enough to die, to perfect health and tlii ther I it oulil go under or stay on toil of the foi 30 p orlc. shall fail to labor or to furnish a pro-io- r iySee anents ol this Company far rates, routes !. II. C.StMis. ,"" I'iformatlon, etc., applr at ''i51"''1' fiC, or write to Address tli'ket or addret substitute, shall be lined $." for each of- little fun with the boys, ami there will that if it fails your money will be refundW. A. llUSSKI.Ior C. IVATMOUK..t;. I'.Vt T. A., W. C. WICKICAM, J II. KNdl.KMA.V, H. W FULLKR, Ml K if f fense bv warrant in the name of the be no ladies in the party. ed by Mclloberts k .Stagg. 't I.oultrl'le, Ky. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal non-nttent- PHOTOGRAPHER, A NEW FAST MAIL n id ed POWDER Absolutely Pure. 1 LOST! per-vi- In the Pcim Jlut.al Ufe Insurance delphia. THAT FIGHT ilhl-denti- 1 iij aroTrcE ..l.'Jhe'tirVn': f t.lr a j j HA1TTEE' Cholera Cure! well-kno- r; Oc.SldL.Slatbj s Notice of Incorporation and Rc-organiatl- on. w tPv (p r - lib-eral- lv MBMWSYI - 111 d 11 1 i- ii Chesapeake & Ohio I , ! ,, l.in-coi- ,., EAST , it. il '' ,(,,( - ILo e& Mo r WEST ';. bru-dnit- f , VU" f il'A.L.'f.l.J itr'rl .u-'a- l$ $ .r SOUTH & WEST ,,, - - r!. s S-- ARKANSAS TEXAS. 111 ' 1 wiiiniiic, rw' V j Kecelter. lien'l I'ast'r Agt, ' f Jt ' I "if. 't, Ji, Ji .j atwai 'jkiL ,it r j.yy.ttfiiiV j. ,h ;:-- n ,1-,- , , JAj-'t- i .tA ll XilttJK, jg.aj..U. aUU xSaWkvAjfatt, 'In. mini .'.it. H.