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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888032001 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. VOL XVI. . Semi Weekly Interior Journal -- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 20, d888. ..i . NO. Id. Bucklcn'8 Arnica Salve. THE SITUATION. Io . the Kdlto, ..I i thc'letorlur Joi.n.af . . .IIIM HOW, IIS IH , . . nepiiiliii"; 01 eaen II.. .......'.lllllllli .. .!..! ivetirniiK ii...Ull- " Novr, lias anything h.iicu I8S1 Wl;i,k,,, Mr- - CIl'Vl'lillli. III XeVV York? ..,., ...... It iiiii.it lm Iruiit In mSii. I ).,.! ! ' ' ' i.l.wl ..I... ,..,.... II t nil S'lni.t - .. I... . ,, ,,,,.-oa-urre- i LANCASTER,GARRARD COUNTY. A " LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. T,KIJ V. of tin two ureal vmupnlBii, the know-nlwith perfect imrticMiiro iiietlii-tinfor llit-lilenee 11 iilnrlmiri Hit' ni'.xl November election. It would I if iinpolhe to nay that llitw rlit'orful ircHetIoiw an inadf ini'it'ly fortlifir ritiintilatiiiir eHeet, et nmiivey of the political Hold iloew not reveal to an ortllnary ohwrvt-- any (substantial lmin for Mit-- piopht-tlwith rt'jainl to tho out' niile or the r r f rout-In-hIoii- other. In the last three r.it'cn for uvnleiit of Now York, Now Jv ify, the Connecticut liini Indiana cotwtltuted tin and no oh.ink'ti in the political Hituation, known to nif, hits tli iiiitkf llioxf Statfit any tho.it n of tlif conllict of this year thiin thoy woro in thf year mentioned. As HtmiliiK this view of the matter to be correct, lot us Hpoctilato a little n the probabilities. The four Mates named luo battlf-Knmiul; h-- electoral votes as follows: New New York 'M, Jersey !, Connecticut Hand Indiana l'i in all M vntet. Outxide of these have bVt certain States the tloiiHH-ratelectoral votes, while the republicans liaf 18' Thf whole number tf s votes in the Cnioii s IioIiuj 101, it takes Jrtl to elect tliepresidoiitandtheie-formust, In order to sucthe tloiiuK.-r.ttIS votes out of these fotirdoubt-fu- l ceed, )p'i "tales, while the republicans only need tojret from that source IH votes. In order to net the retpiired Is votes the tleniiK-nttiitut carry New York and In diana, or, Iomiik Indiana, they must New York, New Jersey and Connectin no event can they win without cut New York, as the roinainiiiirthroedoubt-fil- l 'tales together have only ItO electoral e s !o show then- yes-ithe republicans want only It' votes It is an old and thoroughly reliable, conservative tomav . they can elect to make the requisite coinp.inv, now In its 4 1st ear with fu.500.ooo , i ii. it assets and 1,5011,000 surplus Its rates nre as miihiT i..iii(iniNi wants io icarn tut1 with New York alone, or, if they low lis anv old and reliable rnnmjnv ,v,l, ,l!.l. name tif the friend who invented sucli dends unsurpassed a reputation for fair deullnsr New York, they can win by earning Inet.ct.Iled by none and plans to suit evenbodv names as "hen fruit" for eggs, 'Vow ould call the attention of business men to its diana and. Now Jersey only, or by cairy-ii- i reconciliation. This however, new endowment, accumulated surplus and 6 per for lard, and Connecticut and giving may bo only a campaign lie; ami I hope grease" for butter, "hog grea Indiana cent guaranteed bonds plan of policies. etc. He proposes to do liini up, if he iE0Vomcn insured on the same rate as men. New York and New Jerey to the demo- it is. JOHN K FAULKNER, catch up with him. The Irish population of New York, as ' resuggestions m.ike the crats. District Agent for Kentucky "Jtn A letter from John II. Woodcock considerably elsewhere, consists largely, if not mainly, publican chances appear but it mii- -t of laboiors, and as is not unnatural, thoy H:,ys Hob (Jib-o- n is beyond hope. He is tli.in the 1 be iMirnc in mind that this apparent ad are not apt to be particularly captivated paralyzed and lies in a speechless stupor If vautaxe depends alone umiii the fact that l,,r fascinated by the free trade ideas! he dies Somerset will have suffered a TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. will go into these doubt- - wiucii ate now so current in political 'ss ieyoini reparation. He is the most the republicans - puoiicspinieu man oi inai oranuotany Havinir recentiv eouinneil 3 dn- - Unllrr Mill : fill Mates with a much larger electoral circles, nun which wen1 maiicruincrcoiithe town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to splciious in a icceiit message tf the I 'res- - other town, equal in quality of (lour, we think the citizens of vote than the domocnits will. The next me county snouiu nave county pride enough to natural iiifiiiry is, which party is the ident. Tammany Hall, at a mooting very patronize and sustain the same We wish to inKINGSVILLE. form whom it rail' concern that u nr. in Ik. rtmngcr in the four disputed Mates'.' In lately, gave expression to views on that market to buy your heat and corn and will alHairy Watts' hand was l.adly lace- ways give the highest market price for same. We IsToTildon carried all of them; in 1V) subject unite at variance with tho-- e sot have added some new machinerv tn our mm rated a few tlavs since hv the exnlosion dartleld carried all of them, except New forth in the message. department and can now make meal to suit any Mr. C. has increased the of Lancaster, who is devothave bought the right to sell thn Florence person, It cannot be equalled by any other mill of the, of an old gun whicli he was handlim; Denny, IKSI Cleveland carried all Jersey, and in Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish in this vicinity We solicit a trial in Messrs. (Jlass ami Johnson are erect- ing some time to getting up a laud com- nil who may wish to sttc their clothes from the meal dcpirtmcut All having grain our flour and of them. While it is fair to claim all of I'nion soldiers by the harsh express- in our line rubbing ions employed in his message vetoing ing a nice and commodious store house pany near Hazel Patch, was with us last washing. and tearing n cident to the old process of for sate will please call at the Mill, where our them as democratic under fauirnble con Take one and try it and be convinced. agent will be found at atl times, who will give the I'll not norry you about buying unless you are ful- best prices for same. Ilran and shipstuff always ditions, yet, owing to chninic factional the pension bill of last session, and by here, which will add greatly to the ap- w eek. ly satisfied a. to its merits. "1 tock W. X. POTTS The undersigned have purchased the Florence Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co. in the ranks, in New York, and his ling order, ami on thco accounts he pea ranee of our town. 5t tf divisions Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we will loe some votes. This loss, however, MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. The land trade is still the topic of the narrowness of the margin in the tike pleasure in adding our testimony t its north, and without hesitation pronounce it ,t success three othcis, it is but candid to admit will be discounted mire or loss bv the the day. Two sales roooited bv the Throe case- of uiiimpsat Ir. ItrownV. eter particular, doing all that it claimed for it in , Win I)r, lUurne, that the four States may bo properly eH'ectofthe President's disposition, as ,0al estate agent this week ending Sat- Capt. It. 1). Cook, of Conway, is very Mrs S Daugherty. JC. W. I' Sdier, A. Sine, Hill Perkins, I.eis classed undoubtful. In New York with exiileuctNl by that message, to put a stop 'unlay, March 17, tine of which was in ick. Iludderar, J. K. I.ynn, I.. I. Dawson, C V.inny, Mrs Amanda Peak, lieorge Pe) ton, Alex Holti thtunited a majority of fnnn to the incessant and alarming mills of Pulaski county. A very largo crop of oats will heput claw, C. C I'lelds, Albert Camden, Sim Kainc, K "J.L.UI0 CrltAStJ KOL'TE." the pensioners on the national treasury. sTus,-K. Harrow, A M. I'eland and manv olheri be coiilMcully Waters, of this place, who in. li.tKhl to:W,(iM) may M.V. KI.KIN. lt thus cmiuuif rating what suppose ,Hs been tiring an engine at tunnel No. ted in any contest, lint iiufoitiiuate-jHeadquarters at S. S Myers" icir. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE A large acro.igi has heon sown in haiuiiiiiy in the doinoonttic party in to bo some of the elements of stiength ID on the C. S., was brought home gras. r rom by Mr. Cleveland since his dec-- . day vciy badly scalded, caused by a that State can never be cnnlidcutly exWilliam Thonitnon lias rented the CENTRAL KSNTTJOKY pected. There is dicord there now tiou, and what I suppose to be some lea- - plug inciting out of the boiler, Miller it Denny farm. 1 'all Points -- Your valuable issue of Friday last whicli may culminate in tlisastei to the sous for a diminution of thai strength, I Lewis, a little son of John have not attempted, nor will attempt, has been extensively borrowed jby mm LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. uttiso in the uppnuching nice. Since Pittsburg, was buried here Friday. ISst the democrats cat lied the State in to solve the problem w bother oi not, all subscribers in order to read the road at t. Judge Fish is but little better. John two races, electing tlie governor in iss."i things cousideicd, he caucoiiiuiandmort which so heartily receives the approval Pioctor is about the same. Mrs. Paulino THE LARGEST gAND FINEST otes in New York or elsewhere, now of the people of this end of old Lincoln. PAST LINE BETWEEN by about 10,000 majority, and the SecreSmith is no better. 17.0H) majoiity, than he did in lsl, but my object has Iteid has about abandoned Samuel HOTEL IN THE CITY. tary of State in IS.S7 by Notwithstanding the bad weather a LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. been merely to show how tlillicult of so- the idea of moving to Texas ami it is while in IsM), in the Congiessioual number of our farmers are well advancthey suirered considoniblo reverses lution that problem is, and how unrea- now thought he will locate in our village. ed with their plowing. RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDSCHKDULKl.NT.FFrcr.VOV. 13. ,sj7. thcieas they tlid generally throughout sonable and unreliable are tlisw prophe- W. II. Young staits to Missouri MonF. L. Thompson and Hubert Noitou cies of t lie ufoiesaid know-alING TO ROOMS! J. 15. day, the 19th. lie will bo the second say thoy know of instances of the I'nion. Though the majority where lighto 3. o. 4 No. 6. March lsv. p.nty who has left the county who- has ning stiiick twice in the same place. at the last November election seems Kw Sun. Daily. 'Kx. Sun. sold during the real estate boom this and is tiiite large, viewed in the abstract, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. J. It. Fish went to H.irhourville Fri- lUKKMl.v Rl'SSIW IIUHs IN HO ILL i.se p in 2 co p m ...; o 30 a m s year. m, 9 3$ p m1 yt t when cousideicd in its relation to day. J. W. Drown lias returned from an l.te I almButh.- - ;io 03 3 j8 d I.teCyiitliiana ... 03 a m'lo a4 p m 4 3o ii m Thomas Y. Monison will take pos- - important business trip to Louisville. The net increase of the membership1 of the the tremendous aggiegate ite , 11 40 a m 10 en ti 1 Arr Cans Arr Lexington., .'u 30 p win 3QPm Slo p .Matotabout 1, --'00,000) it will appear to be of the Methodist Lpiscopul church dm- - session of the llaoltlell farm on or about K. It. Smith, formerly of this place, ,- ni u ing the year ls.s. was ti,000. i.Kc an Apiil 1st. lie hails from Newcastle, Pa. mail agent on the K. C, has made the 10 55 p in c ,(JU very inconsiderable, being in fact only Arr Winchester. Ii 3S P mil j p in , A wedding patty returning fioin the Willis Clove is improving the Palace Arr Richmond.. about U percent. tf the whole vote; iiu-best record of any of tho newly appoint' Notlie Is htrcbt given that theundirsincd,vho Arr Lancaster.. I S i: S ::::::::- ::therofoie a change against the democra- ceremony in HI carriages were di owned, (hove farm bv building a o 00 p m own nore than ed agents in the Mate. of tlie share ot the Arr Stanford stock of Onh ird otes in a hundred would wipe liride.giooui and all, in the Danube, ill douce, Ac. William II. Clove has- concy tif Dave Poynter, while engaged in Turnpikethe CrabCoinp.inv, aanil Ch iptiell s Gap Lve Richmond" ' 5 p in zmrrrr? . Road corporation Arr Ilerea 3 Jo P m N'castiu. tracted with the carpenters to build him tlraw ing molasses Saturday, stepped to under an Act of the General Assunhlv of Arr Lexington, out the I7,0iK majority completely. s 4s p ....'.'.'!.".'.'.'.'.'.'. Kentucky, approved February and enti-- Prince Oscar, of Swecden, has mar- a dwelling on Ids farm near town. So the tloor to see a dog fight, forgetting to tled 'An Act to incorporate the17, is to be Now, assuming that Clevdanil Crab Orchard A: Xo. 7, Xo. i, Xo. 5. have the democratic candidate, avhe inevita ried Miss Llilui Miiuck, who has- no roy- far as the writer can find out all the new- return until most of the treacle had run Cliappcl's Oap Tunipiko Roadas Company," bv an associated themselves together .luthoriied ActoftbcOencr.il Assembly of Kentucky, 'up. I.tc Livingston., Sou a in bly will bo unless, like lllaiue, ho beats al hlood hi her veins which act takes comers are good prohibition democrats. out ami covered the floor. proved April.). 1S84, and entitled "An Act Lve Ilerea a retreat can ho carry the State tif New away his rank as prince and reduces him Nate Shumate found one of his hogs tlioriiing turnpike, grat ami plauk road compa- Arr Richmond..., io 75 a m ""' (iov. McCreary has made the llnost ij 45 am nies cliurten-dospecial Acts of the General vitally essential ques- to the common herd. This is giving up York" That is the to reorganize and operate their road uiulir Lve Stanford .. . 7 so a Congressman that the democracy has in a sink hole near his house last week, Lve in tion of the whole case, for without that a good deal for love, after it hud boon theiein '() days. Tho the general incorporation laws of Kcntuck),'- and Arr Lancaster .. II 00 a in Richmond. a have abandoned and relinquished the right of Uev. John Hall, of New York, has ever chosen in that district. With men- animal was frisky and thirsty. State the democracy must surely fail. Is said coinp.inv under the aforesaid charter as Ltc Richmond..,. 30 p in 6 4? a m tal force, oratorical power and able Arr the said General a 7 William V. Itoppert has been pro- gr.111t1.1lli) February Ait of theand have Assembly, Arr Winchester. a JS P in 8 35 a in he stronger or weaker in that locality received $:SO,(00 since lat September in statesmanship, lie lias made a Fans 17, iStYi, organized approted 3 J5P"2 30 in most envito become a bodj corporate under the general InISM, when lie car- man iago foes. One man gave him Lve LcxTugtou ... 3 uo p moted under the civil service rules to now than lie was in 7 5 a in 3 co p m able reputation among the learned men corporation laws of this Mute, vU ch.ipt.rj6 of the Lve Fans for tving the miptit.il knot ami the 4" P chief pension examiner in the pension General Statutes and the- amendments thereto Lve Cjnthtana ... 3 00 p in 8 30 a 3 5opra ried it by a scratch, so to speak'.' The in of our national representatives of high 59 am 4 3 P ni All the stockholders ol the aforesaid Crab Orchard Lve Falmouth.... 4 51 4 oflice, Washington. Salary 52,000. great number of influential men whom next we hoar of the fool will probably be P i 10 03 a in 5 JS P in and Chappell's Gap Turnpike Road Company Arr Covington. ... 6 co p principles, strictest integrity ami withal in 35 a ni 6 50 p m The entertainment, consisting of di shall be members of the body corporate to be or he has brought under obligation to liini-hf- vhoii he oilers some lawyer twice that an eye for the interest and welfare tif his ganUcd under this notice. him. On the Maystille Ilranch, Xo. alogues, recitations, etc., given by tho The name of the organization shall be the Crab them to olllce, togeth- amount to by appointing 9 leaves Faris at constituents, which is praiseworthy anil arriving at Orchard and Ottenheini members of the W. C. T. U., at the and Its principal place Turnpike Koad Company 85. am and.No. 11, atand jo, p ni, m. er w it'll ninny others whom he may by Majsvilleati0 45,am. 5 W. O. Ilratlley wants the re- pleasing to him ami tliem. As long as of business shall be Crab if Col. SSS. Friday night, brought out a Orchard, Ky. The general business shall be to 8 15. a in. No. leaves m:tnvW Pan. J? similar means attach to his cause during publican nomination, such men are chosen to represent tho Maysville at 11 to ii and known as the present term, ought to bo ami cer- lot every Keiituckian assist him in get- State of Kentucky we need have no fear full attendance ami all wore pleased witli operate the road now constructed Gap Turnpike arrivesatl'ansat 310, p ,' These trains and the Crah Orchard and ChanpcU's are daily except Sunday and to tho successful rendition of all tho pro- prescnt construct additional turnpike from the Xo. ij leaves Lexington 8 tainly is an important element of strength terminus of said road to Ottemhelm and p in, arrives Paris ting it. It ran tlo the democratic party of aught detrimental to our success ami 84J, pm. No. 8leaves Covington gram. Hrodhead sent up a good delega- when completed to operate the- tt hole road whicli ho did not possess in 1SS4. To n ar. Lexington Press. no harm ami will advertise Kentucky progress. r . . u,f.' i:.' :'..X rives ha mouth 6 so. ..; m ne capital siock auiuonzi'u snail oe any amount . rt : i rfiiuuutn tion. this source of additional strength may be immensely. Whoop up the Ilratlley rs sm .,.! ..., ...,. i.uui)idii 0 00, a ni. 1101 exceedinir its eiuy thousand dollars and shall be paid in at such times and upon suih conditions -- Thu Grand Detour Plow Works DAII.V KXCEPI'SUNDAV. added that which arises from a certain boom! Owensboro Messenger. as man ue prcscriueu ny tne Directory st ' Lives of great men all remind u.s that I""1 raIn 3 a,,J 4re daily between proclivity rather heathenish, to be sine, were partially burned Tuesday night, inne commencement 01 mis lorpnr.i sh ill he and Cincinnati; other other Syrup of Flgt tell our on April 1, 13, and shall tirminatc on Air I, fhr,er' daily except Sunday. are volving a loss of 100,000 ami the seri- if wo cannot tit) more, we but nevertheless prevalent ,tho world iot3. tJirect connection neighbors how (.ianter'n chicken cholera The affairs of this corporation are to be con Chesapeake & Ohio isformade at over -- to worship the king ami the king's la Naturo's own true laxative. It ii the ous injury to two men. Mt. Sterliuif. Aihlind. a Directory Hoard ol a l'ris. Charlestan, W. Va. and fia.ternciti cure restoretl our chickens, that were ducted by four Directors, whocomposed elected on Huntuij-toincluding her winning ways anil most easily taken, and the moat oflectivo wife, Ident mid shall be I.1XK -- .Ane in, . .. .,: ttr:.i hick enough to tiie, to perfect health and the 1st Saturday in April of each jear. ter. Solid trains The Most Agreeable Pullman her pretty garments. If there be any- roinody known to Cloanie tho System The highest amount ot indebtedness to which tvteen Cincinnati with Richmond, Sleeninr and Va., and Aa well as tho moat effbctlvo mothod that if it fails your money will lie refund- this corporation shall at anv time subject Itself or Costivo j todiapel Headthing besides what has been stated to when Bilious and WashiiiLMm, shall nut exceed fifteen hundred dollars. Through tickets and baggage checked to of dispelling Hcadacbos, Colds, and Fevers, ed by McHobertH it Stagg. 2t 'stronger as a candidate in ache, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure HabitThe privafe property of the stockholders shall make him reached by a railroad. . st be exempt from the corporate debts. mr inn iiariicwm auurets any agent of the Co New York or elsewhere now than he was ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. or Cleansing tho System, is by taking V- II. Miller, John lluchanan, Jno. II. Ows028,(124 pupils in tho pubThen! are As to how Manufactured only by the California Fig a few doses of the pleasant California liquid D.A.KKKLEY I am not aware tif it. ley, Hxr. of T. C Ilumber, S. Fish, S.K.B.MORSK. in 1881 lic nchoolr) of the State of l'eniiHylvania. M J. Harris.Adm'r of M J Harris,Jus Iratehntf I'ass'g'r Agt., Uen'l Pask'u'r At.. dee'd: Lin. these matters add to his ability to com- Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. Lexington, Ky. coin Count), Covington, Ky. D. R. Carpenter; The cost of their tuition is nearly $((,. Orchard, by Aby II Folev ; W. M Town of Crab idle to specumand votes, it would be H. K. H UXTINGTO.V. General Mana, Doores, I'. T. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford. 000,000. l'ollard. late. Oonoral Offices, Covington, Kentucky. h t, i '01 votes. lo-- liively by tlio vole in Xew York and iiiiniKiyii t'spcciiuiy uic inriuer. The democracy tif New York City Ihcoiii posvd of two powerful factions the county tloiiiocraoy and Tammany. These factions are implacably hostile to eachoth-or- . Tholfglr (by do sometime make pro tern treaties that agreement- to act together at particular elections, conditioned upon ,i specillod division of the olliees between themselves, yet such unions areonly for the lime being, and as soon as the cleojions are over ley resume their former attitude of mutual hostility. The Tammany men don't love Cleveland. Thoy opposed his nomination violently in ISSI, and gave him but a support at the election. This Cleveland has resented in various ways; among others by giving to the county democracy the lion's share of his patronage in New York, and by appointing to a high and honorable position (Sen. Hnigg, the man who grossly intuited the Tammany men in the Chicago convention. Gov. Hill is their candidate and he wants to ho president. no muse js made about it a vigorous tight is now going on in that State between Cleveland and Hill. The Tammany organization is largely composed of Irishmen, the old followers of the leuowued John Kelly, and they, of rout se, all deeply sympathize with their kindred and friends in the "auld" country in their desperate st niggle against Itritish tyranny. It is said that the treaty with (ireat Ilriton concern ing the extradition of fugitives, recently iiceotiiit...! I.v Mr Iti.vr. .....I by Mr. Cleveland, contains a stipulation for the rendition of Irish political ...lend- ers w ho have taken or who m.iv heroaf-- . take refuge in America: If thirt ' ..., kill. kill. I tltni ..III ... I... I......- nun II...iiii- i.iri '"""t''' in ..i ...ii ii. i.v ii inbecomes public, as it surely will, it will oxasperate the Irish beyond all possible -1 half-hearte- d .,,....,,,.. 1 '"" Mrs. James I'uniphroy, who has boon ' ,l'""' I'. Iw IIHH'll Ill'ttlT, Allen U'azloy bought of S. A. Hill, tif lliickeye, a liors for .1 :'.- .'0. There will boa l.irg-- ' crop of tobacco raised in this county this coming season. Capt. T. A. Klkin has recently lost a flue brood mare and u young thoroughbred colt. -.- Mrs. Sabra Walker, the wife of Arch Walker, of this county, is dangerously ill and not expected to live. Mrs. II. II. I"ox has removed to Miller v. Saudifer's property on Danville st., known us Franklin Institute. -- On Thursday last Mr. Hughes, of Iloyle, was married at the residence of of A. (J. Scott, in Lancaster, to Miss Tot- ten, of tins county. -- line .i Idle nnre belonging to II. Jackson died Satunl.iv night. -J- ohn H. Hodge sold his handsome resident-eoI). Main sheet to .lm Smith. Misses Lizzie and Nellie Iteid entertained quite a number of their friends Friday evening. Antonio Vogliotte, our onteiprising baker, is no.w running a delivery wagon to Pittsburg daily. -- The Swiss Lutheran church is to have a nice church building erected on the hill just south of town, on Sublimity I'he licit n.ihc In tlic uorlil lor cut, fcter srirc-H-, titter, cli.ip-pi-- il Mini, ulcers, n.ilt rni-utit-, II in U, cliiltil.iln, m rni and all skin crup. Horn, poilthcl) cure, piles, or mi pay It l k'u.ir.inttcil to gi e pvrfeit satisfaction ir nnney refuntleil emu per liox Price for .ili- by A R Penny, Stanford, Ky lrnlc, Stanford, SUROKON DENTIST, Office south side Main, two doors abote Depot St. ... ITXJl-'lCMA.Ts- Kkstuckv. NEWCOMB HOTEL. Worth Knowing. Mr. W, It. Mortf.m, merchtnt, Like City, Fb w.ii Uen with n set ere Cold, attended with a dif tretting CauKh ind running into Consumption in o called popular it llrtt Uge, lie tried nnnj couch remedies and iteadil) grew worse, W.n reduced in rtesh, h.ti ttirltciilty in lireithinif and wat unable to sleep. Kinallj tried Hr, King's New Discovery for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after utinc about a hilf dmen bottles found blmtelf well.ind has had no return of th disease. No other remedy can show so grand a reiordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption titiiranteed to do just what is claimed for it Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's Drnij storf MT. VERNON, KY. This old and well-lin- o, n Motel is still maintaining its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P. Nr.WCOMIl, Prop, Sj-tAft Vernon, Ky. street. -- JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, -- (forgo lenny,Sr., writingfrom l.au-te- l county, says ho is much picked with the coal mine which he is developing out thoie. I ti list he has a logular bo- nanza. John W. Miller pmved himself a good Samaritan by his treatment of Jack (iritiics, after he was Wounded. He had him removed to his residence and gave him every attention possihle. -There seems to be no doubt, sure enough, that the wheat is badly injured. I thought it a faNe alarm at first, but it is a fact. From present prospects there will b" not more than half a crop. - Jack (Jriiues died on Saturday night at -' o'clock. His remains were buried in the Lancaster comoteiy Monday morning. The examining trial of Chat. White, his slayer, was to bo had vestcrdav. in... i.mory, . , . "" ii..... '" i....i ... TT ' ti """ U h '" ' '',"' -- 1,.l,,;j ,t,,,!r " ' H," ,.,,l,,f ,,Ir;;,,'"r tT'' - V"'' t. m. M'"" S,llk-to- tl r .i V Tht-H- ls-tte- r doiiKK-ratic- , ' ""!!?5?"S" i the bustle. $1 at A. II. Penny's Drug Store. -- Deputy Cnited States Marshal Rog ers armed here Sunday evening from Perry and Leslie counties withsix moon-shilprisoners in chaige ami placed them with Jailor Phelps to await exam 25 Acres ining trial before Commissioner Faris. Two miles South nf Stanford on Neal's Crock At the examining trial of Crawford Address me .it Carlisle, Kj W, CRAIG and Morris before Squire Itaker last week Crawford was held without bail, while RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP, Morris was held in a bond of $1',000. They tried before Judge It. lloyd SaturHaving bought I. M scales and blocks day on writ of liabeas corpus and Craw- and tinted the cellar he I.asle's occupied, I "III mote there for the present with my meat Runcinhir ford was again refused bail and .Morris' the place, under VanAndalc store room v f ramsi:y bail was reduced to $1,000. - Your scribe interviewed one of I5ro. Slaughter's "captains," who says he has pleasant memories of the Whitley Ilninch campaign and also has a vivid recollect ion of the threshing they all got for a STANFORD, '.KY ., munlorous charge thoy made on Aunt Fannie Jackson's thicks about the same E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. time near "Camp Habbit." Judge V. Itoreiug was in Cincinnati ami J. H. Craft in ltichuiond Friday. W. 'I hit old and 11. Carrier is back from a visit to SomerHotel still miintains set. Fretl Parsley left Sunday night on its high reputation, and its Proprietor is deterrain. ed that it shall lie second to no country Hotel in a business trip to Winchester. C. the State in its fare. Appointments, or Attenwent to Lebanon Saturday. Miss Lucy tion to hit i.ue.ts. lliH'a! conveyed to and of Heattyville, is with Mrs. from depot free of charge- Special accommodaLucy Williams, in the millinery store. tions to Commercial Travelers. Mrs. Jones and Miss Fannie Jones, of THE FLORENCE Itarhourvillc, are visiting Mrs. F. H. Kvan Jones left Saturday to mail contracts in Tennessee. Mr. (.too. ut CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Wednesday, which county ami paid fair prices for. Thorouhly Renovated and Refurnished. s Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and niht Dr. Caldwell and George Mason went Trains are met by Pol-tPorters.'of this Popular to Rockcastle river Friday with l and Renews Her Youth. 7",f- rod to catch on to some of the tinny .Mrs, Phccbe Chrsley, Peterson, Clay Co., tovta, tribe, but they will get left, because Dr. tells the follovi ing rennrsabfe story, the truth of S. O. DAVIS, w hich is vouched for by tne residents of the town: Scales is not along with them. "I am 7J years old, hate been troubled with kidney PHYSICIAN AND We thank your II. M. for his article complaint and lameness for many ears; could SURGEON, not ) on the beauty of our girls, hut he must dress myself without help. Now I am free from :1'I VKRNO.V.KY. be mistaken about them wearing hoops, pain and soreness and am able to do all my own or he is a better inspector than we are, housework, I owe my thanks to Klectric Hitters Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. renewed my although some of them are luistleis on for having disease and jouth and removed and Special attention ;n en to diseases of children. atl pain, Tr a bottle, 50: First-clasu-e- A. L. Kirk, of Louisville, cat lo.nl of good initios from shipped a this place he bought in this ""- FOB. SALE. WOOD WALLACE. THE GESTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fashions of the diy in the Gents' Furnish, ingline will aln ays be found in my store. I am agent for the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the bett Laundry in the world. House and Land HTSTJKE In the Pemi Mutial Ufe Insurance Co., Philadelphia. MYJIiliRS UTWElLj v well-kno- arGTicE m In-ow- How-nun- , - Ki-le- y. re-l- WASHING MACHINE 1 v. t ll -- . - -- WalW-e- Kentucky Centra. R.R. - tleiiMH-nie- -- ex-p- et v I Fri-gain- itl THE GALT HOUSE, r, I j eleo-tio- n, 17,-0- l. - Soutb-lloun- .1 111 Notice of Incorporation 11 1 , and .;. Re-organizati- 1 111 i i two-stor- v three-fourth- s ir' 1 outran-lie- ti 111 Xorth-llout- h. 1111 -- 1 1 111 - 1 $.",-0- 111 - 111 lf 11 uu-mar- court-hous- e - 1 i 7 ,v.. 1 1,"8i S SSSl S n - I p, 1 Win-Chest- - J Jo , j J ' .. 4. JT ' jpTPy)? Interior Journal K-t'-- vv ufra- - ",! m4,, ,,.L1,,r... ..,VJ1J j. u, .,.,. ,, ' j ; t;, :m-iVii-,- i- Ln-TTSg ., ,j! 1,1.1 hi .if My 1 PMi.T. ?.t At Winchester, 0., a mob of farmers Savin the Ceuatry. A mass convention of thu prohibitiontarred and feathered two,Mortnon elders The legislature litis again' extended who have been endeavoring to hold ists of Lincoln county, if an iis.seinblago the session, this time to April 10. meetings in that neighborhood. After of a baker's dozen of them ran he sodes- The Senate refused to increase the Stanford, Ky., March 20, 18S8' the ceremony they were' chased across ignatcd, met in the county court room salary of tht .Secretary of State from $1,- Saturday afternoon and proceeded to the Ohio river. oOO to $2,r00, rl if ...a. ...tf.l .t1i.ul....l ..v. ..iliii.lt. it. Il11ultli.ua lit tlt.i i.1iittmi v.N..,.........w.. .ilJI V..IV.U. ,.u..n.i... .,:.! , i,.,,.., .- ,.........." ,..v riimit inn l II .lilliuw .. Tl i I l..o .. l... .. ..,.,,, ... , .1 !,lii. , jWnM'VBfjOK . MKwSjffVnlHH H ffff ...,- .iu V. l- WALTON. .... ,..v ... :, ImlL- i.v . l.n U :.... . . mwf.ir... i iv. " iiiouuhiva: luiin'Hiii in.m ii iitnv pew f..... o.l ,, i ,11 to pmhll.lt Cleveland's application isccre.ary. On motion a loinndttoo of ise. , i. . qoo imlloy oil UN llfi--. Still the Hvo consisting of Kids. Joseph R.llou Wc have heen called colonel, major, publishing lottery adyer (or tt i iiiiii 'ii:ititiiiiLiiiiiiiiit;iiiiii'"i ti..iii.1j..iK ni..,1i ... ninnti' tlio f.iilf.fiiiir llllli .1. () All til t NlimpHiu, , and captain repeatedly by ignorant per-- , i .. Ill'tJIIlU HIT" IL'iUIV HI ILMUJU IWlll'.M'iH I... . run u iiiui nMinrnx e iiirin ii'tniii.' iiiiii' - v ihi1 kMMu tilii ti'iirn uwv mimiil MU'tmi jw ";ui iviii ittra ilii wi contract for his services at $.i0,000 per Clark Cash and Lewis Dudderar was rr-- - ii t4w ti v i tir ... ...I .. . 1.J !.! as are ,.;.... 1.1 ..im-rt.nl- ,..,.1 !,., m,,.nm.l tl.Mt s.K.I. tilt.. appointed to adopt resolutions expresThe Senate passed the hill to give tickled the vanitv usuallv possessed bv ' Boiilangcr, commanding a di- sive of the sen-- c of the meeting. They lieu. tl,,, " the human race, ltut if one thing d, vision of the French army, has been re- retired ami when some "brother," as the claimed by friends, for .hsscct-t- o v.o. niakH a man madder than another, it is tired from active service because he went members were called, made some mobe designated by an inferiortitlewhen -- L'l'hebill to continue the geological to Paris dixmiised to sir his sick wife, af- tion the chair refilled to entertain it sayhe is entitled to a superior. The Mt. mrVi,y am to appropriate $15,0(X) for its ter his application to do so had been re- ing "there are so few of us we had letSterling colonel, with whom we have minu.nance, was passed by the Senate jected, lie thereupon threatens to raise ter wait for the return of the committee." been having some fun, lecturing him in re- ((J k an army of his own and make w ar on the Mm. Hallou had prepared the resolutions gard to certain proprieties, does us the in advance, but the committee staid out house lias passed the bill to Curnot government. The ' U KIM U favor to give our real title lioner.i- l- ,Vieal an act to amend the charter of The Hancock Veteran Association of long enough to make believe they weie for which we thank him very sincerely, ti,L. i)anvil!,. nnd HiftonviUe Turnpike Philadelphia, sent Senator Joe Blackburn writing them and then that gentleman a id hereby notify the public and all to n,m Company. a handsome llor.it stand of the National read them to the meeting. They were STOCK ON whom these presents may eonte, tliat we t cost $i ::, besides the per diem colors, "For so ably defending the mem- pretty bilious as will be seen below and jireiuiri'd to smiish uikiu the snoot of the legislative committee, to investi- ory of our dead heroes, (icn. tieorge 11. its author evidently seems to believe are who calls us by a lower gate affairs in Kowan. These things McClcllan and (Sen. Winlleld Scott Ian- - that "we" have things in a sling. They any sonof-a-gutitle than we are entitled to. come high, but it seems we must have cock," and they were exhibited on his were adopted with some slight amend ' merits and then it was proposed to name desk, to the great disgust of IngalN. them. Ibto. Nichols, of the Danville Tribune, Senator Alford has nllcrcd a general (Jen. Fehols sld the elevated rail- a county committee. After a good deal edits his denies that (Jen. law for incorporating railroads, giving way on the river front in luiisville to of talk it was linally agreed to appoint but admits that he is a frequent con- any set of live men or more the right to Kdward Pardee and F. II. I U vis for John 0. Ncal, chairman, Adam Carpentributor to its columns upon matters of build them anywhere upon complying It. Hansford secThe payment consisted of r00 ter, treasurer, and national importance only. lie then at- with certain prescribed provisions. As nobody seemed exactly to Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Oarts and Spring Wagons, S1,0(X) bonds of the road and a note pay- retary. tempts to wither us by stating that it is The committee has agreed to report able in gold March 1, lll.'W, learing (t per understand w hat anybody cKe was drivreported that Col. Welch writes many of favorably a bill to repeal the Hailroad the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over cent. iutereM. The sale is supposed to ing at, it took a gisxl deal of time to the bright and shining editorials which Commission act, ami providing for a be agree that Iansfonl, W. 15. Veach and due to the reoivanization of the Clu- appear in this paper. Itight you are for board of assessors, three in number, to Charley .Meltobcrts should represent the apeake & Ohio by the once young man. We employ Col. Welch be appointed by the governor, by and people. county at the district convention, which at $10,000 a year to do both the fancy i wit,, t,c ,.,)I1KLMit and advice of the Sen meets at Ilamxlsiiurg next atunlay and Different styles and Drices. Our stock consists larcrolv of the better . . . . .. - .1 ...1. .1... 11.. I..! ...!.! DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. wiiu.iKuiiii uic naming itir im- r.iui.i- - .. ... ( ., i t.ons ,lltr valliatlolisof Hillthat Rdloii.' HaifonL - Veach. McHob- ... . . . .. . lishment and the Iirst time you print mails as under the act of 1S7S. some 01 me very DOSt veniCies maae lor tne Kev. 11. C. Morrison nieacbed a ser - erts, P. L. Simpou and Felix Albright K1UUL3' unu anything that you ought not, we shall The legislative committee to investi- mon Sunday night addressed especially ' should be the representatives at the trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. semi him down and have him snatch gate atlairs in Rowan county lias decided to the young people and children. State Convention. Then it wan decided your red head bald. He stands (5 feet to favor tiie abolition of the county orAlbert Klien, a tailor by trade, anil that "the p;tt,ty" should run a candidate You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. and weighs 2.10, so beware. ganization, the territory to revert back-t- the who went the rounds with for Congress In this district and (iieen its original jurisdiction of IUith and the Knights of Pythias, in their presen- Clay Smith and Daniel Curry were jHai-railroad acciTun record of terrible pro tation recently of the Play of Damon in nomination, the former by Dr. dents continues to grow. Scarcely a day Fleming counties. Hoth counties MRS. J. F. WEAKEN, PROPRIETOR. test. The report rather censures Judge has skiniied out, leaving his Tniylor and the latter by Itro. Hallou. past.es without one of more or Icns magCole, but manages to straddle the ismio lamlliulv. Mrs. S.dlie Steinbergen. to Then Clark Cash remarked: "I nominate nitude. The worst of recent date occuror not Immr "ov..r an unpaid board bill of Preacher Montgomery." The nomiiia red on the Savanah, Florida & Western as to whether he should be ousted for misfeasance in ollice. n. n .. . wiirmii-.iipm.iition took like a Hash. ( urrv was with .. in Georgia Saturday, when a whole train i :.. im,nlV1 K.ilt smith dashed through u trestle carrying death NEWS CONDENSED. pioyoi metering iwme mu.iiiig ma- - tmv lo m.. The delegates wero ac with it. Twenty live and destruction , .., fi,p Liquor license has been placed at dime company. iiepropoM-- io make ,.,..,,:..,.. passengers were killed outright and 10 Home howl the coming season. C. It. the district convention, though he mild or more seriously wounded. The acc- $S09 in Somerset. in the ly protested that be was not the proper W. F. Spalding, a wealthy citizen f An lerson lias sold his interest ident is supponcd to have been coused by ilouring mill and elevator to I. M. Duni , man to nominate as he was but little the breaking of the truck of the baggage Lebanon, fi is..idead. ...... for $S,."00. The linn ;s known outside of the county. The delem I' mKL W8W ,ntr ..I late " now of Lebanon, car which struck the trestle crosswise" -lSmith & Dunn. gates to the State convention were in- lMUirl-ii..- . (Jmil.l'H fcnt, mosi neiore u uegiiii. n if .louii. .Tnv " Mr. W. 1). Scrugham, of Lexington, strut-te".' to vote for Clinton 11. Fisk for It costs us S.",l!k.y--'! a year to take (Jeorge, and wife areamong the wounded. spent Sunday with Danville friends. president and Cniiutield for The following list of Roods, suitable for this time of year, and buy of the poor red man. care a forMilwaukee sutl'ered a big lire, in Mr. J. C. Twyinan, of Lexington, dent and then after a speech by Hro. Tub United States District Court at mer citizen of Danville, is in town to- Ballon the "convention" adjourned. The Omaha has decided that the engineers of which several persons lost their lives. them of me and get the best: The first State election of the presi- day. Mr. W. S. Nichols, of l'ockcastle, resolutions adopted are as follows: the Union Pacific can quit work when family. At a meeting of the prohihitioni-t-a- t they please, if they do not wish to haul dential year will be that in Hhode Island is here on a visit to his fathers (Jen. S. S. Fry has returned to Frankfort. 4." in Stanford March the CANNED GOODS. Burlington freight, but to strike by con-- c April MISCELLANEOUS. was Mr. Walker Fry will shortly move to 17th ltevS, the following resolution- - were Kli Davie, a colored 'rted action for the purpose of preventMiss I.ettie Shackelford, of Veaii and odoptcd: ing the road from exchanging freight is hanged by a mob near Union City, Ten- Memphis. California Peaches, Cal. Evap. Peaches, Lebanon, is visiting Miss Iicttic Fisher. 1. That the meeting apxint an exa conspiracy and punishable under the nessee. " Pears, Apricots, During the hist 10 years Uit.OOO sail- The young ladies social club was hand- ecutive committee of live persons who Intorhtate law by a line of not less than " Apricots, Miss Kiiinm W. shall act for the Dried Peaches, inbeen somely entertained by present year in the $1,000 and continement not less than six ors on Hritish ships are said to have Weiscgar Friday night. Miss Annie Ce- terest of the cause of prohibition, which Raspberries, Turkish Prunes, months, or both. The decision was ren- lost at sea. cil, of (icoigetown, will be the guest of committee when organized shall have Grated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, dered hi the injunction suit brought by Since January 1, 1S88, the State of Sliced Pineapple, the Burlington to force thu Union Pacific Kentucky has paid .1.12.'I.0S3.77 on Miss Theres.i Worthington, the present jMiwer to call public meetings, whonevi r Mince Meat, week. Miss Zoo Welsh returned Satur- in their judgment j school warrants. to receive and transport its freight. they may think propEarly June Peas, Apple Butter, Washington City, where she Thirty-fiv- e er, or when called ujk)h to do so by any counties in Michigan day from Lima Beans, Preserves, The candidacy of Chief Justice W. S. have adopted prohibition Oncoda being has been visiting Miss Wliitthorne. The three iiiciiiIkts of the party who may Pie Peaches, Misses McKlroy, who have been visiting think it for the good Pryor to succeed himself isannounced in the last by o5 majority. Mackerel in Buckets, of the cause. Corn, this issue. No more honor Cod Fish, 2. That we send delegates to the Heading strike has been declai- - Miss Sue McDowell, have returned to The able or painstaking judge has ever sat j Clj 0,r ,)V the KnMs of Ubor, who were their home inSpringtield. The marriage district convention at llurrodshurg tin Tomatoes, White Fish, of Miss Bertie lloyle, of this place, to upon the bench of Kentucky's highest ,)y.lten on eVl,rv .)int Oysters, 22d tlav of March ami also to the State Hominy, ancourt and ins unimpeacliaUlc diameter . .Tie pol8onoi Knxn hUiinp will stav Mr. Pierce Butler, of Louisville, is convention which meets in Louisville Salmon, Dried Beans, K. and high legal attainments have added w,th tjltf ,,0,tmco WJIIimittce having nounced for the 22d hist. Mr. J. April H'tli. Sardines, Bulk Pickles, Farris and family, of Stanford, are the increased resect for the tribunal over rofu.0(i to order a change, It. That we favor the nominating of Chipped Beef, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price. Miss county, Bottle Pickles, which he presides. The election occurs JllIIKH A,,ttlIW wl0, soll wns killed State ami National tickes for all (Siltnore, of Somerset, is visiting Corned Beef, neMAugusL Catsup, the offices to be tilled the present year. by the Southern road in Scott county, Nannie Mrs. W. F. Kvans. Mrs. (.. P. Turner Deviled Ham. Prepared Mustard, &c; &c. was awarded 515,000 damages lie .iiiiinttee &, " ilvv ii M Hi lit It itlw itiifritl1tt't1l!itl i. Hint the executiv VU in IIIIIIUVUIIII Vif.i visiting l'..'l "A t many lives were lost during is - ix or relativesyearsLouisville. Kowscy requested to adopt a p...:i by which a Gen. (Jrant on his tour around the world ago John seven the Last and My Stock of-fund may be raised for the purpose of and wrote his memoirs, has t.reatud the late terrible bl.,ard in shot ami killed a young man named circulating ' MlanUe wcllt down b'thl' tenii.er.ince literature in our somewhat of a sensation by instituting John Laninie, in the country back of county. wilt ag.iinst the dead general's estate for STHFLE GROCERIES FULL USD COMPLETE. Howsey was proinbtly tried FniIK.is(.0 amiounct,s that she is Parkrfville. m .". We reiterate our devotion to the abB,O00, the value he places upon h.ssei-- : .u ,ust examinXt Dllrin,. its ami honorably acquited by the fmm , fw solute prohibition of the liquor tratlie in vices. This seems a pretty high figure vntx thero wore 47;5 t,lses aml 5l ing court. The writer of this heard the this entire country. of an estate, which has i ,. ., to try to get out that a better case proof and is free (J. ' We denounce the license .system as ' been thought to be bankrupt. ,llrncif of self defense never came under his ob- - iliimlitmtu mill tl'ilii.i.r.mu. n ni'iiiWi.wl.i. j J.:iunia 1o)ill,on wa s servation, nor was ever heard of by him. tkm of IioR., wl,lknuHH( wukin, t ,.,., Tub sentiment of Kentuckv repub- - f Iatli in Fleming by her dress . .. ... ., ,,,.,,,...... .,.. km...... In Paper Boxes, i"K Arc while she was burning litter m ,v large nu.noer oi num-ivseems to be for John Sherman for amined anil there was neither a missing among men. President. Col. A. M. Swope, an out lier .Viinl7. We declare our purpo-- u to support -'- rhe Hntfields have been taken back nor a weak link in the entire chain of and out Sherman man, defeated (Seorge .iiiijl. i.i. ii'l.inli f.li.urlv ili.liuillktniti.il S.SKXLL'O to bring them i;il..i.iti.u u ..ii..... .. ... .. ..i ......".. ....I. the candidates put befoie the country by :52 in Lexington to ,ikl-'Denny, a Blainite, o2 to Disinterested the prohibitionists in Howsoy's justification. the coming presiSaturday, for delegate for the State at to Louisville and West N'irginia shouM ncoidu supposed the aflair ended and dential election. l)0 mU(,e to l)ll.v ' "large to the National republican conven-..... i... i...,. i ... .i.:..i. ,.f :. .....I t. i . ..,.,, s Wo KlI,m, Umt lnel w,lu m.( All the engineers and firemen of the hum ceuseu w, wu.m u. .. Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.- tj0I,t grand jury indecteilHow'sey for nmrder 1(r.nrtpltnm ajn)n, (() yotu whh the Santa Fe, 2,200 m number, walkeu out ......, -uu,.. " Tub Covington Coniirjonwealth says: last week because the company ordered ami ininoritv, if need be, convinced that and jailer r, M. Shumate armed with a rf ht "The Louisville Times bus a picture of them to haul "Q" cars. n , ,, Thnt tlL. ratIlU(k. of al, ,ovcw 1)f MARK HARDIN, Clerk. Mike Saufiey trying to look indifferent. John Dean, of Belleville, Ohio, kill- bench warrant, arrested him and com-ed his wife with a hatchet and then cut nutted him to jail where ho now ,s, tcI11I,t.nin(.c. ail(, ,t.krjl, proi.ibhio,, Ih due At any rate, the likeness is about as as could be reasonably expect his throat. They were, aged and wealthy mi iwilw i ...h mi j ... .. ........ tho Wiiiiiuii'h Christian Tenq.erance thougli a poor man Bowsey has friends lTno uni, W(. ed." The IxTKitioii JoritNAi. published but lived in a miserly manner. llw t,u.ir ,.mi.IeIM.v A duel ending in the death of both who will see that justice is done him m, w,f the only correct picture of the Wyoming devotion to prin'- The jury m the case of Mat Urooks, (,j . judge. combatants occurred, at Springerville, , n W(J U,em u iuiwnu ,(( Arizona, between Win. Pitman and a the last one 'tried of the alleged White-JriitiK Tonkv, of Louisville, has ilecid-- man iiatneil mume. A quarrel over cotton murderers, d.siigreed on Saturtluy tl(, ulw. () Jmih,Wt1H1 i the approach-morninCo. vc. ' ed in the case of the Mason-Foarand were tlischarged fhe jury . liat(m, m .,, wUl the the Main Jellico Mountain Co., that it is j " The Loyal Legion, composed of ofii- - was from Canard county. J o( fl.IIluk. wlHnw.. Vt. ti,m.fon. unconstutional to work convicts in coal t.t.ra wj10 w.rved with credit and distinc- convicted .. rape at the last Sop- tmt th,H 1)lUUll. ,M, L.lillliimtl.(, mines and that the legislature cannot an- - tion in the Union service during the late tembertemi and given ten years in thoj fnn ,,, Xatijnal p1atfor))l. T,,H .., ..... thorize such hiring out of men condemn- - war. ivfuses to admit Senator Ingalls to poimc.u.ary, was se.ue, , . f opposition H,,lrJt ,,HCMt !h mm0 ed to hard labor in the peniteutiury. membersliip. motion for a new trial being overruled. to female suH'rage. is one of the curi- - Daviess Allen Powell, the young man A it'liftwit U .. itfiiiufiliit tilt if Ifj'itru (i. C. Tiiom s has bought the Mont. of the Detroit poultry snow ...i.i,.., charged with stealing a horse in (irayson ,,ltv' it jrt , t.nf,m.t. the laws iiii.l who unities ,, chiekuns la- -t county, Texas, near Sherinan, and for fail or refuse to discharge such duty, as cello Signal ami its former editor, I.!. .. ,. 7, .... , . , .i eggs and raised .;e.g. l nonil son w, ue o e rj,ie IlvtlHKtflifll f ., ,,,, , H,(, to itiiwiiii tin. TriviTiinr of that State bud hetruvini! a iiublic trust, violating their .. in ... ivw ir.wii t.iu iollichil oatlis and therefore of the nio- -t .... uiv i illllL' .f llin n ii.fvi. be I years. ivijin-iii"- " lll.liu-.i......v., dangerous criminals themselves and unnew editor will pay more attention to loThe governor of Alabama commuted was ordered into the custody .1. T. May worthy of the confidence and support of cal news than has been customary with the sentence of Twileton Steele just as to be taken back to Sherinan. Mr. May the people. the paper. he was being taken out to be hung for started on the noon train witli ins prisPresident Cleveland celebrated the the- murder of u woman, whose body he oner. Much sympathy was felt for the What can the prohibitionists hope to .".1st annivrrsiiry of his biitliday Sunday. young man and the innocent looking tin by running a man for Congress, save buiiied to hide his crime. At (icrinaiisburg, X. Y., Kobert BarThe Indiana prohibitionists have young girl (neo Miss Linuey, of this tlefeat McCreary? to help a republican nominated a full ticket and adopted a county) whom he married last Novem- ber, a farm hand, heat ltichnrd Mason And what could a prohibition Congresslegisber, but the evidence left Judge Morrow and his wife, an aged couple, into insen man accomplish more than our Congress- platform which opposes all liquor coal oil upon their lation, except absolute prohibition; no alternative, but to send him back to sibility, and pouring man has accomplished? Women's Temperance Union answer tlie serious charge against him. holic H, Met thcni on lire ami ilctl. Mason Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Firmiture U.vdkk the head of "Editorial Com- as an ally; demands a free ballot unre- Powell's father is a respected citizen and crawiuo worn win i...i...ik minuing, um, ..fete, ment" the Covington Commonwealth is strained by sex and favors a more equi- the young man, not yet 21 years old, his wife was burned to a crisp. Barber andUndertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as suchVfobds getting up a very' entertaining column of table system of pensions. Four womeij was named after Dr. Daviess Ihompson was captured, ami a tlneatened mob has can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will b conremarks upon mutter clipped from thu were placed upon the State executive. and Phil Allen, of llarrodsburg, two probably wreaked vengenco upon him before this time as it should. of the elder Powell. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. army comrades committee. State exchanges. LEGISALTIVE DOINGS. Semi-Week- ly j 4 f -. - . i h. . 1 i I wi j v -- '"l-ve- s ..,.,. iW. T i . 1 11 !'..- ". - - .....i-...- . . .uwink-Min- . i - - WKMSSiW WALL PAP2DK nd IT HE, COMPLETE ALWAYS .HnBVR year.--Time- s. in'm ( 60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. HAND. i i j , j ; n 1 B. K. WEAHEN,, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! fl I Drexel-Moiga- n 1 ..- - . - ,. "iuaes . ... m 11 i o mu-ici- an ed GEO. D. WEARENT, KTAlNr'G'R. I i r - ,, s :.. .m,,,,,,,,. " ,,(,, lll,Nu,n' .!. . , vice-pro.-- !- Court-Hous- e barn-burne- r, high-tone- j . A I gr.-a- , I vel HLMYS to-sa- catch-limn- - j y. j - J - '' ! v ISTHEBESTINTHEWORLD. JUSTTRYIT. tar , 1 . i .., '' - ..,., ,,,,,.,. 1 g d J HEW FURNITURE STORE ! MAW HTO'FMANc, PBDP,, i 1 f ,,. cue .... : . 1 ... itn..L-,i..- r , , - ' - ''). ,i . r ; -- ifci f . 1 I a 1, IfM Semi-Week- ly i y Jnck Bonrlcy bought of Stephen Fon desirable place in horHe Stanford, now occupied by J. J. Wil- Hill, of Garrard, a nice liams. Possession Ajiril'l'. Mrs. M. E. forSl.'l'.'.oOnnd Hold to Yancey k Thomas Iiaiiiirx Skkiis, Onion Sets, Seed Itciins, Hi'lm. a you ii(! Htnllion for $275. b'TASYOHD, Ky., Makch 0, JVus m A. A. Warren's "Model Danvim.k Cocut. About 1J00 cattle droeery." I'ltor. L. Eiiiiy is advertised to lecture the lnarkett about bnlf sold. Prices in next F.idav and Saturday nights ., the mimed froth to IIJ centH per pound ICC. WALTON, lilts. MUIltlK3' A ritii:i' killed one Monroe ....i.i. ,,; ?, :, ollcgo Feeling In cattle trade looking up Hligltt- ,. Chapel of Ilustonv.llc Christian ....... win. .... ,... .U.I.... I......K. f..t ..",.. ,, ,, ,.. , fc """.' Admission 1". cents. on Electricity. ly. Horses wild ill from $07 to $1IJ0 got oil with both ux. aud hog. Published Every Tuesday and Friday to quality. Mules, 15; Joiich, K. Jo.: ,.,' ,, , Mi: your money and toll by going to II" I' Jo.sr.s sou of IIMrs. "i broiidit Si:K. .I.'W. l.yle Mild'toS, W. .. u iwi, ii vii rill . A. (nbboiH, Danville, and buying .. t . .. gray jack for f:WI. Corner a InteriorJournal 1 sas." """ l"ri'"m r Rn.vT.--M- 1888(i ", f, '-'J SPRING OPENING! Mil PAPER ftKO OEGORftTfOKS , """,, 1'-- V w I 'J v 1'rnm too In 150 per cent cheaper than ever hclorc known In Irntril Ktntnrky Window Shndm to lit III.' .Ullllllill ' I ..Mil. , Man- K UMIIION'S' larl-irtuit all cciMiMtutlon of Wnll I'aper InrKct atock t htlei.t (nun it Crowd fair. when he fell.iitid broke the hiiiall bone ville, Ky will lie charged.-- " isrVhen not so paid $2.50 Mil. Ih:x Ki.nu wan robbed of $"7 by a of bin rilit le! below the knee. I'alntt, Oll, V.irnihe anil Painter' Snnptii-i- , Win low (ila, etc A snow plow pushed by four engines . m 1'IANOS AND Olt(!ANS Amenta for John Cleirch .V to a linlcal Mcrch.imlUc ulm cut the .strap of bin valine, at iiiiiii, 'I'm: cold wave predicted for Saturday jumped the track at Sharon, N. Y., killYoseinitc and made oil' in the darkness. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. afternoon failed to materialize and Sun- ing four men and wounding a do.eu oth..JOJpill He thinks he known bin man aud will day wat the pretticnt day of the seaxon. ers. Mail train goitijc North. 3p vet bring liiiu to punishment. South While tlie people of the ICast were YehTenlay the wind blew iu regular iMBpiii,' i xiiiro train" South I so i ,, freezing to death in snow heaps last Ninth D.:.i.'s mine '1 rnr.ii, the moHt tier- - Matcli Htyle anil rain wat expected. " I .ul Freight Nmth ' week after the bli.zard, the Dakotant ,,.,,..,., --........ i.ss.-...s- I .... 'MP III if,,,,, South. (.. " marry pas.ei.ger. "I'l Ihelaiurtrau. Fim: or six hundred perxont have amused themselves by hendingtclegrams Sotar lll.lklllg III) klllds of fancy Work Slid. II I henboseis cat. uUtetlnn Manila! J time. t; ollering to aid the HttU'erers. rained a petition to the legislature i.n.niKiimoinmiiicuur. IMll printed patteniH of rugs, tidies, of lawyer Davison'H road The father of tlie girl the repeal iv, sent by mail for SI. 10. Address .1. law. A counter petition Unixo receiving Uicliter killed at Kvansyillc whom young becauwj she K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. C. Thompson, Lincaster. -- t many Hinaturet in the Houthern part of rejected him aud then blew hit own at 'Irani leave, Ktwland at yo am anJ return 6a m brains out, became insane from grief and Slt a gentleman the other day "I vot- the county. ed for Davison very cheerfully mid will Saturday ended bit troubles by killing I3 Receiving His Tin: Someiet llankini; Coinpany MEANS BUSINESS. do it again -- for him to go to the lunatic himself. under charter paired by the legI Mm road Dr. Cox, mi infaiuotisbrute, decoyed U'niiiiN nnil iewelrv retiaired and asylum or to the penitentiary. electinj! Judj;e J. law in iufaiuoiiH and was dehined Milely islature, Saturday, by warranted. A. It. IVnny. a variety actress into acarriagcatSpring-Held- , S. Kindrick, (ieorp' W. Wait, II. F. Tin: best place to buy drugs, patent to catch the volet of hirt frienilH, tilt) Mo., and threw vitrol iu her face, W. 0. Curd and J. II.Mcllarue, cdielncs and toilet articles is at A. It. with Hill Ilradlev it at the back of burning out one of her eyes and disfigI'llliv's. director, who in turn elected Mr. AVait uring her fearfully for life. He gave at Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guarantasd, Give him a Tr ial. it." I president; FostfnaMcr John Iniiinu cash- Brv your school lssiks, ink, tablet, Tut: MTiotiH and almost uecerMiirily fa- ier and Kolicrt (i. Hailteller. The bank a reason for tho cowardly act that the i aper, pencil and school supplies of all I! liuln fnim A. It. Fenny. tal Illness of ItolM'rt (Sibson, of Sometet, will beiu openitiou uhhooii at a suitable woman had seduced bin son aud ruined I guarantee all watches and cery aris the subject of iruiit re:a't here, where bttildiiiK it procured, not later than him for life. He wat arrested andstrange l. ticle of jewelry I wll to Ik ju- -t as to say released on hit own recognizance, be biiH a Iatv' number of fiicuds. No April I. Tlie capital is S'A(XH). A. H. Fenny. than niati lias done more for hit N'KW AIiVKKTISKMKSTS. Hob i.Hmdii and it it nite that a better Woiisi:. -- Dr. Held lias received a letter PERSONAL DECIDEDLY n man in ccry respect it found than he. from Superintendaiit Clark, of the , U vIhUIiik the MiN-eMiw. .1. C. II At la! accoutilH he had lost conscious- l.unatic Asyluui, iu reference to Walker, in (larntnl county. iiehtmid tlie end eetned to be very bis brother in law, .loliu IVunin'ton, l a CnuidMe for reelection as Juilec of the DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, .Mil. S. I.. Powkk is in New Yotkbuy-- j neat. who was teceiitly taken there. He kivh Court of Vfipfjlt from ihii.thc itl Ditlnct, tuhject to the act.un ol the Democracy ilk' 'oiiilit for hit new More. FANCY ARTICLES, &G. I.KIM SON I'l.tMNtl Mll.l. Mr. A. Of lie refill dh the case as a wry critical one F. M. Wm: h:w been continued Mil. ' femtlmt it will develop into citron-her- e futt, proprietor of the aboe mills, was Physician prcacriptiom accurately compomideil. a notary public by tl S'ltate. Friday and Saturday on business. ' delusioiiury iiisanity. Tlie patient Miin W. F. Uvmm:v in vWtniB lu'r rel .uiidbroiiglit with him his handsome took up an idea that an attendant was alive, Mrx. IUiikIi, t Altamont. rtceiwng We j wife and little mhi, Charley. Mr. Oll'utt '"'K " ki" ,,n" aIul ,u' endeavored to elev'.inthaereceived and are daily U'f li.nc our i left lincuf !)prins Millinery Mi-ie. Kujvii (Wriiv and W. forestall him by knocking the man in iintliini; unJonc to make our tock firt class . TUC LARfJEST liiisalwajs enjoyed a line trade with our WATCHES OlUUIXUr throughout llesides our Millinery, we will have ,nC Mone, of l.ilH'rty, were in town S.mn ' andM-rioits- nins'titers ami wishing to still further ,llt' 1,l'iul wit " ",MI handle Kmlirmdery line of ICUICI DV CIIUCDUfADC acllcl tedour stoU Ladies on l.a..cater tCall PinniC OCnCLMI P OlUVtMWftnt. day. bLUbO, Store injuring him. Tlie dwtor promised anil examine ., ...t m: . ii.ii!.. extend it. he gave us an advertisement tn imvi COUKIh fi: COX 10 Mas . I.. I Kver wrought to this market. . I.t..l. Prices louer than a.K .a.. !..... i i:iM iKikiriiil Mitt'ntion llfll I tf.. iu ..i the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jeuclr) lie. ,.,, ,mIK. ho 1iny yt,t n.,ton(1. have been y.s.ting .elat.ves ... Hi. I. iivirvhij! ( ,,,M )in( jf lu. paired on short notice and warranted. terribly cast down by the '"mk T N It .iitn of the IU.lK,..i.i l "vIiib prices and is ptvpaied to (ill ,he Ilk family ""rt'""- '" .ill,. News.' is here .linn In il.u Car-- , J T ItVKItlShas opened on ' I.an .istcr t., i tirst-cl- a ncxtdiHir tolhe Intennr Juiiriia CHURCH AFFAIRS. Fiimvv niaht the deniens of Middle terraso. ktuck uf saddlers good, wliicli I. s .11 ill private- ! H,,,.,.t wt.n. startled by the hideous ly ilurlii); the ui'VK ami on turj Saturday and Mil. Al.ui: bM( w.of Knoxville.gniwn - Ue.A..S. Mollett will preach at lourtd.i) still hold auctions, wncn he mil dispose iilmost to tnanhiKxl, it visiting Joe Embry Kdlowiiig of a woman. A crowd was of all kind, ol harntx and raddkr' i;ooiU McKiuuey next S.ibbatb at :S e. m. attracted thither and found Mish Chestand other relatives. Itev. Ir. Parker stiyt that if asked if 1888. 1871. Mils. (iiM. T. McIIoiiiihth went up to nut am! KM u May, a couple of colored re, Mm. ltvltie courtesans, engaged in mortal combat. lie will revisit the Tinted States, bis to see Itnslliead HAVK ply will be, "Yes, in the year sss." The girl. l'.llti on the brail witli Mish had just hit rith's newest Cubed States can wait. Missks H11 1.1: sM Jisk Cook', who ' 11 base ball lmt and it was she who wat His Fraudiileney, Hutherford 15. , hare been visiting Mrs. Ii. 11. Cisper,re- - j' making night hideout with her howls, Hayes, comes into jinssing notoriety by -- or The rough arm of the law was at once turned to llustonville yestenlay. i giving i,(l00 to build a Methodist church T. D.wikss and Molliej thrown around thecombatantsand when MinMiT. iu his town, Fremont, ). Myei-have returned from a visit totlieir they were mirched b.'fore Judge ('arson Then' will be sacramental services at Morelaud. , Mish wat mulcted to the time of $10 and relative, l.randison Smiley, at the Presbyterian church next Sabbath. Mn. It. F. Wiiiti: arrived from Indian-- Klhi to that of .r. Then' wat a man in Preaching Fiiday night at 7:'H); Saturday ajstlit Saturday night to see his mother, the case and the Itoht was over who morning at II and I'M) i m. by ltev. A. - - I KlIANON, KY A OKl'l r, Propnrier, Mrs. ltetils'ii Williams, who is ipiite ill. should possess his aHccti Crawfonl, of Campbellsville. of Christian1 Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practicil Watch- Paoi.M. . Thomson, Doors, Sash, llllndt, Frames, Casing, Ilase Mold- A MetliodiM preacher railed a llap-ti- st ' T1(,,,l',1": ines Mantles. llracLcts. Cornices, suirs. Newels. I.,,,1IT- - f', 3'ori,,w' College, II ustonville, wat heiv Saturslay . Mm: rronii, iiaiusters, lowingsid-wbiske- isi, ernias ar-- ,, pivacberan infernal liar tlie other Counters, Flooring, .Sidin, Mnnj(les,"ineuinn. , .maker with manv vears irience, all work done with neatness i.atns arranging for the April iiiiiiiIht of ,lt. 'itb 7 ' nviNi Minuav ami wan on Jniinl pnmiiitiv day iu a church discussion at Highland, K) irp and Dres.co Lumber, Send fur prices before buying elsewhere. and dispatch, fully insured, Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the v"ster.lay to call his court so we are told. This it getting tilings at Tin: Monticello Signal kivh that Judge tti once to down tiner even than the .loiiescs get "" eye. his brother, J. C Suillevwi1l.ipiM.iiit t.x umi ii. . 1...1. ..r i.;M ........ i charge the following grand jury, which them. ... ..." i i .niiiii.v.. ill iiiai The American Sunday School I'nion he did bv ailing their attention to near- PURCHASING AGENT, in Wyoming. . . I i i i dur- l can has organized &.',:!00 Sunday-school- s 'v,'r "wk, "I"'" i,i- - ....- - ... us l.nt it is .invert l.clcss Emory, - - - Cincinnati, O. tioningthe meinbcis to act with the ing the Inst (VI yeat. Into these schools Hotel true that it is Micah C.Sautley. We had (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Would n.itron.iL'C In greatest caiv in Hinting indictments: have been gat hens I ::,.:t0,7(K) teachers chasln,; ih.inkfullv stolictt sour tlie city, in any tmr- line for people outside of always heard him spoken of as plain j V. scholars. Over irSlKiO.lXiO worth of til ooiIs,sli Iiry l.oojs, Millinery, Notions of H. I locker, P. T. Pollanl, P. I..Simp-jau- d KAVOUITK LINK IIETW1 EN I'HK NORTH ANDSOfTH. Mike and Hsik it for granted that tin 1 kiniN, und Carpets literature lias been circulated. nilWedilinir OuttiLs .mil Mourninir Goods a Miccl.ll- - LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN son, V. T. Smith, Sidney Dunbar,. I. F. 'gosp-CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA', stood for Michael. I also "chaperon" Ladies sinltinj; Cincinnati t Drye, O. V, Carson, .1. M. Wray, S, H. Its work in the South has been vigorotis-(iooc- slioppiiiKorkiKht-sccin- ; Iscn llcst rsfercnc Mas. J. 11. Owsi.nv and Dr. Hugh Iteid IN 5 HOURS. T. C. Co!le, John Baker, John ly conducted, where l.",S00 new Sunday- - Charges reasonalilc 'I elcphone 57 kli.rlnil over to liexiliutoll to see John bad! Holtclaw.. Iiihn Myers, Kiehard llibb, ' schools have been organized, containing Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. Pennington Friday afternoon hitt ami scliol-1,- 1 Win. Severance, .1. !;. W light. x K has is uioie .. . . . .... ...lows: 'int. tliau a uullton otner scnoois nave j 1111. irw THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. to return fiom Junction City on aceoti 1... .1. I lie petit jury selecteil nesiues ..i.oini is at ol of a wreck on the Southern. KXr-TON-fiTIIIBTISXASSIIOKT J.1NK. c V. M. Iliggins, !:, O. Walls, Patterson lfeii visited and aided Mn. .1. II. Docui.ss, foruietly of LowI'udcrwood, Monroe Curtis, S. A. IIFM.IRS IS- ell, has obtained a situation, on the I.. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS, .1. S. Owsley, K. I.. Tanner, .1. T. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 12, 1388. .v.N. and will move his family here T. 1'. Hill sold to Sam llatris two O'llair, Ueorge II. Ilruce, A. D. Hoot, shortly. We know enough to pronounce ROWLAND, K'., Dr. C. Fowler, William I'.nr-tomule colts at SS0. IMC All UP. UICA.D DOW1N". hon- Sain d, him that noblest work of tiisl-at- t P. s. Hughes, ,1. .?. Spears, John I RAINS NO K'l H Sam Harris bought of Anderson Hasc just opened a new stock of Men's and llos" trains soma. est man. No. 6. llatu, Caps, Ito its, Shoes, No. 4. No. 8. Walters, O. A. I.aekcv, Daniel llolmau, Nunnellev two extra man mule colts al Clothini;,and I amity Groceries AKoDry Goods, No. 7. No. 3. No. j. No. i. STATIONS. dealers in Notions Daily. M.i.J. Orrr.Mir.iMK.it, of Ottenheimer .1. II. Tucker, Sam Iteed, Joseph Swope, $S0. No.i Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for Daily Ks. Sun, Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. and McDonnell, passenger and ticket Come one, c mu goods at highot -- .1.1. Case has refused sm,(XW for all, and learn themarket price in trade O. J.t'row, A.i. (.'olley. aJtantajcs 817am 4 o t p 8 00 p m 7 5J a in I.' c... .Cincinnati .. Vrv C 40 a in 641pm1n25r.nl 600pm agents, New York, laid tit under oliliga-- 1 A liirgn number of eases, pebaps 10, I'hallas from a Kentucky stock farm coin- .....; 8 joa m, 4 3J p m ..'illiamlovii l.'vc 5 13 a m 051am 3 ,7 p m 9 3S p m .i.mu fur . mill's of uaiiers of that city tell-- 1 4 10 ....Oeoretotn. in lo 59 a m 7 02 p m 10 37 p m 721am 1 oS i .. .LcMngio.t. .. eed and Sale Stable, I. ion m1 7 15 Pin n 05 p m 10 K a m . j 43 a m 413pm jooan 1 4o"im blizzard upon which the return of not found wax pany. Liv:ry, ing about the t.np.vcedented 8 01 pm it 33 pm . . Nicholas! illc. 3 6 27 a ni 2 07 p m 3 in I ii jf pmi -- Holiday, of South Corolina, bought made, were tiled with leave to reinstate . Junction Cits 2 2i a 15 p in! 9 10 pm 13 30 am n J5 a m ... 310 pm1 5:0.1 in' icupm that prevailed there last week. 2 of a m 12 30 p mt , Somcroet mules 05 a in 50 p m 3 01 p nij The bond of Thomas Knds, fur malicious of Hittr Dudderr.ir .'I 05 si in Oakilale 6 50 pin 15 p Tin: Ada, ()., Itecord says of Dr. Frank shooting, was 955)111111253111 7JS-- i 525am 3 declared forfeited and the for 7.i. .... 4 00 :i in Ar'v. Chattanooga. ..I.'sc 710pm 900am 1000 p nv Sioam one of Y. Herls'it, who recently became ... 850am oonpm'I.'se Chatttnooga.. . Ar's 640pm - Foil Sim:. A pair of small mules trial of ). II. Cole for carrying concealed ...... oopm Ar's Altalla... 2jopm us: "Frank Is one of our best boys, 12 ijpm 330.1111 33opm'ti 10pm l,'e.. Ilirniiushani V. U.I and a good milk cow. It. K. Harrow', weapons was set for Tuscaloosa a m a in' 12 48 a m fiom good stock and it deserving 5 45 comes 9 50 40 . ..I.'ve Dunn, on presentation of evidence that Stanford. 105511ml 4 10 a niiAr's. ...Mcr'dian 3 10 a in 10 30 11ml of success. Tlie people of Stanfoul will . 615am 9 30 a nit Ar v ..New Orleans ...I. lemaipm 5 oj p 1111. ....',. .....'. is restored, was declared sane M. Feland sold to Hood Worth-ingto- u his mind A. .Menuian 4 30 a in I, ve At v 1000 p ". llud him n gentleman and a gocsl work8 K a m 1. ve 6 is mn r v lacksou liis aged bull, 4th Duke of Plain-vieand given the right to do business as be-- ; aoonnn.... W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. man." iicoam L've. ..Vickshurir fore his insanity. for $70. ...Monroe .....j 4 20 p m I. sc 1005 a mf. 8 1511111 Ar'v,.,.Shrctrport 600.1 mi. LONDON, KY , Jim Ilnley ami Arch Horton were A.T. Niinnelley sold to Holiday, of LOCAL LORE. N. II. Train No. 9 leases Oakdale at 0 05, A 51, and arrive in Chattanooga at 930, a i. No. 10 leaves horse (iood turnouts and saddle horses always for hire each tried for carrying concealed weap- - South Carolina, a pair of P. M and arrives at Oakdale at 7 2j Chattanooga at 4 London is the most convenon reasonable terns ' Fiiksii Fisit Thursday S. S. Myeis. . ous and acquitted. mules for iJi'fX). ient point on the railroad to rcich places In the Mann lloudoir llulTct Sleeping Cars on all trains 10 in the nriiiiifiin section of the State s: Will Morelaud sold to II COI Milt N, i.eul Kri Cox's new display of Mint Smith charged with the. murder JOHN C.C.AUI.T, General Manager, Af. Skk t'oiutH . ... 1.1.11. .1 i t.. K. CARROLL, Ccner.il Superintendent nogs ior.ni- "I "I'Miiim men aumavii inai several noun, oi .uueivoii, ii(iiv, Ill I General Omces, St. l'aul lluildlng, West fourth Street, C in inn Hi, Ohio, imitonal witnesses were absent and hi s lv delivery at . cts. ! I.. . line nt Doxs' waist- - jus, Nun W1H (.((ntilim.(1 ti)1 lu,xl Percy Talbott, of Fayette, sold the ir ND I'KRSONAI.TV at S. 11. Shanks'. years old, by Alcyore, Messrs. Win. llermloii, W. (). Itmd- - inure, Silverore, llaviu; determined toi;o to Kuoxville, I Mill on ley, F. F. Hobbitt, W. O. llunsfoid, J. 2:10, for (1,000 cash. my place at Highland, Ky , sell at public ouKry, S Y eed Irish Potatoes and Onion beginning at lo o'clock A M sharp, on Dcd-nia- n - -- .lohn S. Robinson sold to 0. M. C. Williams and It. II. t W. Ilrmvii, (J. --Vls'atT. U. WaltonV. I Touiliiisoii d '20 two and were among tlie visiting al- cattle at SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1888, IIioiiijst cash prices paid for all kimls torneys yesterday. neinocnu. Ms stock and implements, sir A hay horse. 8 any Kotli hides imin itmcetl ivatlv in the Till' Republican SUVS the Mason years old, good for.bnggvkind of afaun work, ery of produce. A. T. Nunnel brow u horse 9 horse, gentle and a good i .... I (o,V.lS0l,li 11 Carter for the inuriler of COUIlty fllllliers Hie prcptltlllg to plant ears old, ser g.o3, plo, v..ion ami saddle, ' ,,,,, ""-""- "' norsc,a goon mils co asaise., lumci .Ulllll moi ss,.s J Tom Mooie, committed several veats all the tobacco they can cultivate to seeu a quantity of cum ml other feed, early per gallon in mi ii mi sv agoat Mt. Vernon, and the selection of "Julia." sister of "Maxev Cobb." has potatoes. . good f.um ol single aon, buggy. ett vsagon harness, ... OOilhliril of buggy liarncs, i set I.Ol'IhVII.I.i:, KY. n.ark-...- 1 a jury negan. istllll ,ct of double do . t harrows, plows.cradle, scythes, pilicliaseil for the nie ueientirnt is rejire- bosr on Main street a baby ring patent corn lorks, sV: Satitley, 'CI... pi lie p.llil siiw s,WI. Judge Ows-- 1 Farm (Ky.i 'MEN'S JJ,, lllJ I1,llcro,1,otber other articles; also' 'Josephine, ISS7." Finder will be sented by cleh iiuiiuy feet lev, J. W. Alcorn and It. C. Warren and W. S. Duncan bought last week,. of aiouU bales best Shingles, (wpiar ; iwxing rewatded by leaving it at this ollice. of etc household furseveral . ... . .. A SPECIFIC FOR FINE FURNISHINCS, tnevOinnionwca.il. y ner atiorney, vt . sua .Midiiieton, ot i.incoiu, 11 yeaning nuure, very good Cabinet orgm, with 4 stops and pteparing the foundation (). Bradley and W. II. Miller. At the ...11I.. ... --'. each, l.tlclunoiul Uegistet. t and knee swell, 4 bedsteads rockmg mattresses, one I )n. itr.ini BOO(i chairs, other foldim. u,ungei 4 ,ery It swing for ills lioi.se on the Will Craig lot. Undorwear, last trial of the case the jury disagreed. The Cattle Trust- ol Denver. IlllS Clos- - chairs, I tables, svtssssi t's. crauie, sewing , macnine, I. 11. irmLIriiT v.u nuns f lirL ii . 1SV.H ir.llWII .wnssto flnvi cottage of one story. will be a neat little IVIU-l- l gOVCin-- 1 ing stoves, .1 patent thurn, very good Vnghsh Some II) persons were examined and I'd 11 contract With the Hosiery, -- 1CCH A . gun, Kiicneii saie, . 1.1 the following jurors were obtained to llieill. to suepiy .1 llie rreucii army wmi liun,hy of pans, crockery and other articles, i I uiiprttsd i: puivhtis"d the lumber- yards of kalafstl Glovos, ii rrtguluT I crms cas h lot ot good clothing, Ac try the case: Sam Iteid, K. I.. Tanner, loO.OOO bead of beef cattle annually. cantjrsnd rofuia Also at the same tune and place will be offered Ueorge I). Wearen and I. M. Bruce and Fine Custom Shirts -- I toe beer has returned from Teiines of good knob land with good S. Hughes, Patterson rndenvood, for sale nbuitl 87 acres will open a big yard at the one purchas- I. 1... I.......I.. IK ......t.j ami 4 jell- - 'dwelun; bouse thereon, situate A mile from '.MYSPECIAiYIY. Swope, J. II. Tucker, W. M. see, Will-rnsh.,J. I will also rent to the highest bidder Mr. Wearen. Besides lumber in Joseph ed of commencing April 1, t J OIITHLT SICKNESS. carry a huge Iliggins, K. U. Walls, U. It, Burnett, Da- nets, for $S,000. Ho now has IH) of these I ,ne farm"'" wf.n ),"r- - reside, containing 'bs, now on Inch 4 th and Main, 57 rough and dressed, I will 11. Hales. othvid Scott, Thomas House, J. U Ukrn diirlns tbe C1IAN0K OP I.TFK, ertsst animals on his place, which daily anil acres, with good 6 room house, good barn and know lino of Hashes, doom and blinds. Will nffirlDg aud danger prill be avoided. ftT Sena f 0 er buildings The court announced that it would nightly produce more music than you omlayofsale.thereon: conditions to be made KAY. n JOHN W. to Womu," itudled Irw. also sell the fence Mr. Wearen wasagent 10 It '(', lluli, Auctioneer. Paris News. hold night sessions. Bsujruu Rmvuitoss Co., AUmt. Otv can shake a stick at. 8. i. llwker. for. J lMfllt VK.All.IX AUVAXUJO .11IMII1 11'. ill ' ""I l'v,f litillifu ""-- ! .tit I' """ li'll.ilr I tlu a ,,,,",,, . i. ... Islllll 111 K HIM . - A. E. ANrS"XJC.t.E, KTT. ... " 1 " . II. i ijj, Ho (Uo BUFitiJlSYp iihW-In- I J MERCHANT TAILOR AND SUMMER . h, SPRING GOODS. J rcptc-M-ntei- i Ao Mo PENNY, ix'x-into- hj JUHGEW.S.PRYOR, ' MZLiUTBR?! ' ' h, J, '' . ,. SADDLERY! "" "l"....!. LELSEJ I observe Lebanon Plaiilnjj Mill, M'ROBERTSSTAGG 1 A FUILL AB'OBaCMElT s WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. . , I .....:. '' VU, u-- MISS HARRISON. "'' :' '""' QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. , ' ( h, ... .... 11 1 : DAVXS M.il-lleto- n, -- General Merchandise, It-i- n, ! , io-6- 111 11 111 11 1 111 two-year-o- 1 1 1 1 1111 J 1 111 . 1 . - (, t ... m ' hi... .1. i I i...i..l.l.. too-'io1 tlitee-year-ol- SAX.E OF X.ATD ' IRABFKLD'S iliCts.-LliarroMSO- lirg -- - "....' 1 gnnil-sione- REemATUlt ,'., ..... I ... j !... i 1 t ' 1 . .1 H V Woman's Diseases I or 1 - . Uouble-liarreiie- nreecn-ioauin- I 1 1 book'-Misii- ,- - s. 0, ... ,r t . -- r v; ,. - - '. - ' ' t..if,'-:.- l - ... ' - ITllJI i - - - ... ' aa a, ,n inii i mp - - hi - mini r WM,JWllllWIWWWIIW3WW1rg laaacwaaaaaraaa-- . jMMErTfwyrn .... r y - tt ,i. , 'ii in 'mtm """"' .'' "i sand btilldlirj-- In New York City, nnil it is estimated that tholr combined wealth Is fully .W3J,-JJ- . Actx)i.i)iNi to tho ruutementn of the great rcad.v-madulothing dealers, tlio uvcragd Height ntul weight of men lu this country havo porcoptlbly increased Hinco tho war. A nixm.ni ycitrs uo Jitllen Dubiuiuo set foot in Iowm, nt tho placo where now la tho city beunnjj his iiumr. Tho Old ycltlcrV AsniK'iution is lui'p.irliii? for u centennial colclviitian. Tun bmi.il rites ot tho Iliirmeio were performed the other day ut u Washington cemetery over the remains of tho noted llurmcso lialr, woman, Jf.ili Plioon, who died ut tho ago of l.ty-s-i .vmi- -i A little girl thirteen years old was lately in tho hands of tho St. Joaoiih iMo.) nnd uon lcinnr interrogated reve.ilel tho fact that alio had been married twlco and was tho mother of two children TnEitn seems to bo no doubt that wo uro on tho cvo of tho successful application of electricity as a motor for street railway cars, and, if it comes, there will bo no breaking down us far us tho motor Is concerned. Tho cable system is uncertain nnd under constant repair. Amoxo tho singular relies of the Incus is a Peruvian ''whistling Jug" lu tho possession of tho Tulano Museum nt Now Or-lenns. It is in t ho form of two flat bottles connected ut tho necks, mid by an ingenious arrangement, upon injuring water into it various weird sounds aro produced. A match was u featnro of a recent Washington cnlertninuient. Ten boys with their hands tied behind them wcro turned loose, upon the pastry with a prio in view for tho winner. It is said the way those pies di appeared was enough to warp tho dtg.Mtivo uppjralui of u sausago j o jw-lin i r. ksid. w. ii. Hiooixs.tKC jc. c siM,err THE GENERAL DRIFT.. Tun Astort aro said to own eight thou- FAR AND WIDE. INDUSTRIAL NOTES. four times by a large tarantula tho other day nnd was saved from death, it is thought, by his fathor, who hurriedly killed a young turkey and ripping It open laid it upon tho boy's wounds. When removed the fowl was foutid to be hard uud discolored from tho absorbed poisou. RcMMiKsnLE caulno sagacity was displayed a short time ago by it Newfoundland dog near AVilliauisburg, N. Y. Tho ownor of tho unlmal being overcome by cxtremo cold whllo crossing tho open fields would have perished had it not been for tho noble animal, who seized his master's hot aud carried it to his home, tlius procuring assistance. A wciLTiir frrmcr died recently near Scdalia, Mo., und bequeathed his property to his two sons with the proviso thntthey support their aged mother during hor life. Tho will was laid away for a few days, and when brought forward for probate it was found that tho signatures were entirely de stroyed, having been gnawed off by tho mice, rendering the will invalid. Ax ontorprMug eitlzon of tho United States is tho proprietor of tho only machino mill operating in the city of Morocco. It is related that tho Sultan forbado tho erection of tho mill, und tho grinding stones wcro accordingly seized, but by uu ingenious trick tho American had them released and proceeded with his mill, nnd, so say3 report, the Sultan now putroui.cs it. Ox Tuckahoo Neck, near the eastern shore of Maryland, lives un aged negro who was at one tiniokuown us tho human salamander. Among his various feats woro t those of placing a jwkcr upon his tongue, taldng live coals in his lingers, wulking barefooted upon red-ho- t wagon tires and taking mouthfuls of molten metal. All this It wus said ho did without any preparations and novcr sustained injury. Duuixo a recent sliptwry day u laborer engaged in wheeling snow from the board walk of tho Hrooklyn bridgo get his barrow down for u moment nnd rested himself by sitting on it. All of n sudden the wheelbarrow started down hill uud slid to the end of tho incline, fully 3M feet, und out of this freak of it wheelbarrow un idea was born. No moro barrows were pushed down. They wcro allowed to slide, and on each of them was perched a man. Foil n citizen of Uangor, Me., certainly is entitled to tho wreath. Not long siueo ho severely injured one of his lingers and was advised to poultice it. He prepared a lxiulttcu and applied it carefully t j iho diseased member and then went ubout his business us usual. Soon, however, tho linger began to pain him in nn uuusually sovero muuuer, and ho could not uccount for it until ho made a closo examination of his hand, took hold of tho member that puineu him, when ho found that tho poultico was on tho wrong linger. red-houbsent-mmdeducss machino. A lad of Gilroy Valley, Cal., was bitten tree. One foot from tho ground It measured eight feet four Inches In c'rcumfercuco, and hundred its bruncheo cover over twonty-flv- o cot of surface. Or tho 1100,000,000 population of China, it is estimated that 7.0vX.U03 cm children, and only ten per cent, of tho men and ono per cent, of tho women can read, making about M,iXX),U)0.iblo to read. lv China tho highest recommendation u man can havo is tho fact of his having it wife. A man in this country might liuvo half a dozen wives nnd it wouldn't recommend him worth n cent. Euii'KMK.VTs aro treated seriously in Hus-slA young woman has been sent to prison for four montlu and will loso her sharo In tho family property becutuo sho married without the paternal consent. I Tub Government of N'ew South Wales opposes tho proposal to exterminate rabbits by inoculating tho animals with n virulent disease, and has taken steps to imposo heavy penalties on persons introducing rabbits so inoculated to tho colony. Tnn bones of animals wcro used as skates and sledgo runners In prehistoric Europe, and it seems they uro still so employed In Northern Germany. Tho sledges consist of u board resting on tho bones of a horse, nnd the skates have for runners tho lower jaw- bouos of cattle. aUxrronixs aro agitating a scheme to transport tho whole population of Iceland, about ",,000, to that country, together with their Hocks uud herds. This would be. a exodus. There has been u steady flow of Icclandio emigration to Canada for tho last mtecn years. A roiiiiEstoNM.it tt In Jim mv .t im tin M.irnol linw n tlr a 1n.turi w MwtoiMwitd He saw a steed hitched to u cart standing lu front of n shop, und the horse stood, not because ho wus hitched to , a post, but becauso his forelegs were tied ' together with a stout cord A woXDKUFUi. lnndseapo on exhibition in Paris is executed in European and foreign Insects. Every desired tone is supplied by 4.1,tXX) eoleoptera in the- 'foreground, and I.OOO varieties of tho Insect tribe for tho remainder of tho picture. The work required four years of tho artist's time. The Greenwood mines, of Michoacan, Mex., havo yielded sixty nuggets of native silver, weighing from ono to Mi pounds. Tho largest, which is ulniost pure silver, is one of tho most remarkable ever found, and is said to have been twelve pounds heavier In its original state. t At Chihuahua, Mexico, recently, a was conducted under tho auspices of a Sunday-schooseveral teae.-crand members of tho Uiblo class undertaking to mako it interesting' for tho bulls. Tho affair was very successful ilnnucially, and now tho parish church has its interior decorated. A GoVEitxMC.Yr tigent trareling in Alaskn says that tho American citizens in somo portions of thnt country still pray for tho Emperor of ltussiu. In ono town only ono man-wa- s louiiu wno Knew tnc name of an American citv, and that was San Francisco. I The report says: "After laboring with them one man was found who had somehow hcurd of Chicago. Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington woro unknown ' regions." Tub latest London novelty is tho utilization of the drop a nickel in tho slot machino to the purposes of insurance. A company has been organized, to bo known as tho Automatic Accident Insurance Eox Company, and its object Is stated to bo " to provido the public with u ready means of obtaining nn iusuraiico for twentv-fou- r hours ugainst death arising from accidents of every description by simply placing a penny In tho slot of u box." RAILWAY RUMCLE. u. I j meek-looking bull-lighl, s Av English philanthropist says thcro aro Tub Union Pacific. Railroad Company Is no fewer than thirty thousand gipsy children bout to placo an order for i,.VX)cars. in England, of whom uot more than live Elkctiiicuxs are still at work on Uie per cent, aro ablo to read and write. pruuicin ui uuuiiiiini; I'li'viriciiy m rcci irom Is a famous tig coal At Newcastle, Cal , there I beginning work ut twelve o'clock on Sunday night. A oomihsv with f1,000,000 capital will run a railroad from Atlanta to East Tcii- ncssec. Amixim.v papor mill and sack fuctory will shortly be established at Mouongahola City, Pa. A toMPixr with to.OVKl capital has been organized to establish another glass factory in Washington, Pa. A Nt MiiF.n of new railway enterprises havo been announced since tho owning of tho year. Nearlv all of them uro in tho South and West. A joint stock company has been formed atNobloivllle, lnd., for thn manufacture of pipe tools uud brass fittings, uud to do a geucral tnuchluo business. Indus', has 2i) coal mines, tho annual product of which list year was a little over !),000,00i) tons. Natural gas has no perceptible iuilt.enco on tho output. A SYXliliATi: of New York nmltnlUt will Enolisu steel workers are objecting to fmK POWDER Absolutely Pure. '1 STANFORD PLBSISG HILL COMFMSY Manufacturer, if fl) tOUItvitIplgMT CHICAtO Uf ((fl -- Flooring, Woathorbortrdlng, Colling, Finishing Lumbor, Mouldlnga, Sash, Eto. Sash. Doors and IUIiuIb always In utock. V A NEW FAST MAIL - I.CAMntf llolh LOUISVILLE l)ail, & CINCINNATI lo I'raeelert, .Secure THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Her attempted between the great commercial cillet on the Ohm Kieer and t'hiocfo, and hence the fa.te.t lime and moit coniforlabtr train, b teeeeu all polnttln the south, or In the Weil and NortliMctt, I he counterpart of thlt train on all he Limited Ktprett trunk line. It denominated 'I he mpcrb rollmi; ttoek e employ cite, patron. I nliinited Coiiifurl UD'Ai all Coupoii 1'iekal Ollu et In the South )ou uill liud our lime tablet and tiekelt. Say Mi non, ct .Moiion and ttick In .Mnon, ll you want to t.u e money and have a pleatanl jmirnev. K (). M. I'OR.MICK (iencral I'ai.cner Airent, Chicago Citv ticket Anenlt and Olh- - ert K, A llickNKK, 11 lli Ate., Lnuliville, Ky. I. ,M, Tokmknck, it) Vine t , Ciminnali, Ohio 1 mmmsisassmn GILDEROTf. I,c,i, 1 J C t II It itrcnKth ami wh lenmnc More tconomical Chattahoochee, Flu. It will run through tho than the ordinary kinds anil i.innoi be oll In comirtitinn with the multitude of low tel, then tidiest pino forests of the South. ueiisht alum or photphite pendert Sold onl) in Tub exports of Americun machinery to can l!oAl IIkisi. Pouiikk Co., 106 Wall Street, New Yurk Mexico, Central nnd South America und Australia continue to agitato the nmuufact-- I urcrs of machinery in Great Britain. OR W R TENNX IXAXk. V HKKHIKT, D 11 J. hi pouder tarlet, marvel nf purity, hUelejaut Jtr.e) Hull will ttaud at ui) StiMc lht teatou, at SO.OASH, at time of ten ice, with privilege of return if con It not with calf, K II ItUKNMIir THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. 'I he grettett reduction in pricea ever known ai WAI.I KK i'U'.I.DS' firttlaet hoelnand repair shoo 1 hankuii: my friend fur their pa.t faior. I iolii.il the tame in the future. All kindt of work site nt done in the be.t of eljlc nnd viarrtnled to wo....) tatitfaition or ii.i piy, Aiitlilnn in iron or thnt )on eiaut Kite nit a trial and be oil timed. WAI. ILK I'lKI l)S, I umcr.villr UermontHambletonian 'I hi. line nUlliiui mil m iVc the (ravin nf nn f.irin, 1 mile. (fiin Minfurd, mi the and Danulle plti, iSVs MEANT FOR MERRIMENT. A coon action Is nevor thrown away, und that is why so tew of them aro foutid lying mound loo-o- . r lord, your food is worse tliun it was last ,ycarl" Landlord 'Impossible, sir." All, what forbidding faces Tho auctioneers' rooms haunt! Dut tbosy that aro j Aro just tlio ones they want. A oat rooster trippsd ou light fantastic too up to tho occupant of a quiet ne3t und said: "Will you dance. Hiddy I" "Excuso me," said tho heu, "1 urn engaged for this .i At u country Inn.-Gu- e3t "I say, land- bCt." l U Irt I, "What sort of a man was it whotn you saw commit the assault!" Constable IKiwer. "Shure, yer honor, he was a small, luslguif-JcaNora few urc beginning to llnd out that cruythur about yer own size, yer tho siweiul train is not what it Is cracked up to be, and, if they must run, they will at honor." IT'S getting totio that In nuptial affairs best be viewed us uccessary evils. There The rulo of precaution enforces, is a speed that Is too high for comfort. It Tho weddiug lurtltlcatcs being prepared must be u magnillcent roadbed, und having With a coupon or two foi divorces. line rolling stock, that can make a high Yonkcr. Gmcttt. speed und uot iujuro the nervous system. CiTr fiiitL "Arc those great strong cows Man is like a piece of bridgo iron. You cau over there yours, slrT' Furmer "Yes, lncreaso tho vibrations till ho goes to pieces, mum, and thoy nro the strongest in this and ho may not know what is tho mutter section." City girl "Then you must bo with him. the "man that makes that awfully strong Thk UaUwIn locomotive works, iu Philabutter, nint you f" delphia, last year turned out to.'Uocomo-tlveWiui.k mau toils upward with Ills load tho greatest number over turned out Ills speed Is not increased, by iiny nhop Iu tho sumo time. Tho highest Dut when Jio strides tiio downward road previous record was at tho samo establishTben every thing is greased. ment in ISyJ, when OT1 wero turned out. I hi Vilu UUxzard. Three thousand men worked .104 duys to A tol'.no man proposed for tho hand of a maku tho (lo3 locomotives, und combeautiful girl. As sho hesitated, ho said: pleted ono for every four hours thoy fortv and "I uwait your uns wor with bated breath." minutes of working tlmo. If stretched in u ' SI truightliuo tho locomotives would reach Woll, Mr. ai you wil Imvo to bult uvo .f.iipa Slni;c the . vem said: "Wv established In our breath with soinoth uff bculdc. high- - 1S31 tho work, havo turned out 8,975 loco- to catch your humblo seryunt." wines motives. "Hjm what!" usked un Iudiau of a visitor A uece.vt paper deaeribes tho build-- i nt tbo Central 1'urlc inoiiugc'rie,ioiutlng at a liiffof tho lurgoat thui pussenjjor engino over baboon that wuh awiiifflUK by Ills tall from uuiit: "Jt in a oukIiio. huvintr j tbo gonilemun, iwlitcly. "Ughl" grunted Tho drivers nro sixtv thelndiun, uftor watuhing tho uuimal In- eight iuchva truck in diameter. Tho cylinders tently for u few moments, " half Cliluuman, uro nineteen Inches lu diameter, wiUi twen- half cat!" stroke. Tho boiler, which Is of Tun cariwutcr , Is a. u(Vimt, 'wvf.hended sort Otis Btool, Is il'ty-eigl. , avv lu diameter oiuiuuu, unu is uiuays rcuit 10 uo mo and has 47 tu-n-. ni-kIlo! flio.a Tho oor thing; ho nomctlmoH gets a rebate fire-bo- x is eight feet .in by4-'7- 8 inches long, for so doing which nJ to his sniull but. Ho wido, and, like muny recently built, is is not a farmer, although ho kuowa how to piaed ubovo tho ramcs, which gives tho plow , and it takes u smart man creased width. Tho Unk Is curried on two w mo.cn luiii, iu vora n 1101 cmuvuveu, tour-whechannel Iron trucks. Tlio cu yci pcoi iu lino vi boo uiui on uio aiaye; ue, pacity of tbo tank is I.SiX) gallons and tho lilso all others, luut his vice,, but seldom teudor hu a capacity of eight tous of uL j breaks Ids rule. TuDtti: nt s, I four-whoole- d This country has just half tho railroads of tho world. An "express" train In Norway runs utun avorago speed of twolvo miles un hour. oro now iu uso ut tho West, und freight cars of J0,)U) lbs. capacity. Foiieion railway news shows that the Englishmau takes nineteen railway trips it year, the Uelgian eleven, tho Frenchman und German live, and tho Italian one. CoxiifcTous and engineers in tho employ of the Erie Huilroad Company havo been ordered to carry wati lies which havo been cortilied to be reliable by inspectors by the company for that duty. In tho path of tho new Manitoba railroad lies much vnluublo territory rich both iu agricultural tuh autugos uud mincrul w culth. Tho rapidity with which this road has been put through surp.i9ses.any thing over known. Act oiidimi to un engineering journal locomotive building in Uermaiiy becomes each year moro proiltless, and neighboring countries that formerly depended on the German works havociitiroij withdrawn their patronage. Soxn experiments have been niado on the Fort Wayne, Cincinnati S: Louisville road on tho use of natural gas ou locomotives. The gus under tho natural high pressure, 300 to CM pjunds to tho srpjuru inch, is stored in cylindrical steel reservoirs and carried on u special car behind tho tender. It Is stated, however, that natural gas, however much compressed, Is enormously more bulky than coal for uu equal heating ; i I ' i" tcn-wiie- i , it !i Ycriiimit Hainblc Dc.criptlon and I'eJlcrree l a blick hortc, loalc-lishmdt in white till behind, mrcd H William d iiiv Katie U'ekli.tn lt.dyV.' II iinl'letonlan, (nine",, li) Gill't Vermont, ad dam Hla k Swan, t , jd etatu Helm'. iirk.hlrc, I') Imp Little limll), b) Wiener, In Sir . hnrle, by ir Arehv, ath dam Kmily hpced, by Imp Let Miliar) dam In Orecndriier, ttb dam bv I'icliilet, ;th dim bt .Miiryland I'luinit, Slh dam by Han nibal. olh dam b) Mlkr, be I'imcl, ue l.milt, r speed In llrurc't stud IlimV. Vol I pap mont llamblitonlan l a hue, lui bor.r, eeitb the line otyle and KiMid bone, ami . aiirr breeder , llli.ini Weltli, the .lie ul 1'rnue Imp, tl tired li) can trot In ,0. J iiH, Jtretulali i 3jS. Ilc'c a ,por better llliam Vcleli e airtil I 111. djk'k llamliletonian, prleale lec.ild J?, I.t dam the dam n( Itoden't I'rliue. 1 J7, and be Imported I rmtec (on of Colto) and tire of jn mile trotter, Truttee, dam b u Min of Mninhriiio, be Imp MctteiiKer, Vermont bclnu cfmiidtoiinf the ureat c;raiidrt Mre lMn, It) .di k llamtdctoniau.tbe and liill' Vermont cuinlunrtl, backe-- b) thor ouiihbrc'd.xttlliii ike nfine ih k horte Itaintilctiiiilaii, b Abdallah, ton ot Muinbrinn, dam lit Imp llelllounder, id dam h llithop'n II jiiibfclunljii. id dam b Imp .Meeiii;er. Verinnnt, lrc uf (,II1' Wnnont.be the damof l.nlc;tiia,l 10, l.l dam by t oIuhiImi., on ol I olumbitu, tire ol t ontidrm e, (Ilarkle)i) j jS, id dam lit llcrrund, tire nf the dam nfof Nil the be liedrat, j i; yl dam (till Matihleit, tire Vrniionl it the tire nf l dam of Cllm llonncr lln), 1 t,1,' lllack Mana, 1 y),, t. nh Oat 1 tf and l.ikMti' (lie, , alto iire of the lUtm ill (iambetta W like. 1 Ut, The Ktncf. t ol Ncilic I 1 Jl, . tlullaiv lll jil,, l 1 10, l.adt llatitjnm I. ad) raicnen aim lieaince 1 tuekt Ct titic man t 4iH, and rr of ttic 'd dam uf rliil I hompton 1 ioh Kv.dek's UaniMrlotiiuii, be Atidall ill. ure of Knit mure, Mr Waller J 17, nt dam bt I harle-bt tmb llelllounder, addam One Kir, b) llith Itambleloniaii .td d Slhertail.be Imp Mrt Ke.dit's llamblrlntnaii 1. the tire nt .encjer Nettie IS and ,17 other ivltli recordt n( ijn .r nelter, alto of the dama of Trinket 1 l nnd ij other ith recordt of yi or bettt r 'ernuHt Dutenmct'O b lllll't lllack llaevk, ircol Kth.iii Allen t iSH Vermont (Down , and alto Injf it tire uf the dam. ut Knli;ma, f the dam ol Uainbtlllo llruee, the tire of llctle Wll.on a st, 11 IUwk,h Sherman llillt lllack mare I fill's Wick MoruaH,It d the Hawk .1 Htt trolllne: Lancet 17S, tire nf llelle of Saratoga Vihiiic; AmeHta Allen J JJV,, and a aj, nnd it thr tire nl the .lain, of lllanehe a a.Vt. and (Jell lcnnt,-1 sOS, 'leeeid. f T, altu the loiinder of the ureal lllack I tnn L. fnmilt that hat in the male and female line 100 ol a Jo or better rcprctenlallee. Columhui (lt.irk.lrt In Old ( ulumlMit, lrc ol ruiifidcnre 1 aS. dam h Mettenirvr mare untertret pacer, briHiirnt Old Cojumbut a 4S Irom t nt'.ida, tire ot lonhdeiiee 1 , t'olumbut Ko.amnna a pit,, anil t ohi! l " Navitfiltor ICY. HE BESTED MORRIS3EY. liimbnt a J5I4, and ahto tire of the dam. nl lien t nrrlll a IO. I'll J?. l.iinUe N. 1 ll.. NaiMele Jim I'Iik'4 O 111 re I'rjN Our Kniinil That rity, J 17!. Niiuiu t'olambnt, U the wre of n tli it Kentucky 1 pi or Letter pcrformtra, anil be hat a mi ... In 1,11c. Will practue m all) uri in Kitern l.cil to Ills sin OlU a ipecultc a ,vi or .f Ian. Kxaminati C N. White, chief paymaster of the New tire tract nf timlicr, 1 ile made mineral land Any bateUaired tiiniidrr lietlcr perlormera I a mil) , Cnlnni (. ulumhua a) mj which for but of the the York, Lake Erio & Western Huilroad Com- ale. Information lurnnh'.' Mian) p unt and IO00J it at n the Ka.l what the I'llut, Jr , UhA - li ilol tf va. to Kcntitekt pany for many ycurs, bus resigned. Ho li succeeded by Peter P Donohue. who was Pa Bluster 'White's aulstunt. IVliun Fisk aud Gould, writoa h New York correspond cut, wcro iu control of the Erio, Peter Diiuoliue was Fish's oOleo boy. He was a I hit nunc; tUllitm will in.iki thrar laon at the sii'jht-buiboy. but his eye was always on - line pf.li 1 and will It tiiiutcd to twentt marva 287G. the right aide of business, j AT $15 TO INSURE, One day 1 isle gave order, to Peter, who sat ut the ottsido door of Princu Erie's Oillco will IT" In tralninej the i.t nt June And Vu will iu tho Gruud Opcra-Houbuililing, that iio ' I Und on lnieatlir.illiu the pedicjree that he It one would lie engaged lu somo particular mat-- 1 nf the beat bred tounir horr tuuih ot the llltvr Wilkit, AmerkuM ters, uud must Lo out to every applicant, no lie Imt III. bluml ol I it anil Meriit:er to ba k him I or a apctxl pro laattcr wlio it might bo. At thut time John duicr 7)EJlaaaaalaatiaaala)aa)BBBTIt Mornssey happoncil to want to see Fisk that evaa aired bt I.vte Peeliyree. Kennt Willi Wilkua ii,ii, aire oi M.lllle Ullki. t jo; itt d.un .iy on roirni importunt Peter WIellca bt ad lli.iivatlm. lull aitler to Jlaud l.new of tho lngh legard Fisk had for John li.uut afi, ail da in Tina bt Mumbriun Mea.i ngcr Mornssey, and the latter was in the habit, mix of the dam ot Miaaenuer Chief, who airetl whon ho called at theErio building, of walkM mil 1 ifiS , d nn bt Dim iniiit't Hat , ing Into Fiuk's office uiiaiiuouiiccdund uilh-- i jtli dam be S muiir JelfetaaMi, picer; till iluni bt lliint'a ( oiiimoiliirc out ceremony. Ou this day ho was passing, l.tle Wlkea fteo ami of (irnrxe Wilkea; ot oftice boy roso up and told when tho diim Lou CiMtiia, be Ainiriean I lav, ad dam No 1 tc ut of aifi on li 'f in I 1'r tale ria at It b Hie Congressman that he could not pass. knriiloa bt Mambnno Chlel, tit dam Mr c audle, w i I ad Hiawatha bt dam nf Kricton " How's thatf" asked Morrissny. I1.1111I1 Dikt bat I. n'ul it . liltfli lthe brfuic.l bcrae, nl imp Albion, dam Dutiirr' MititIIIiiHHlha, ton lv Mawbrlnn Ini;lic-,d hunn. in "Mr. Fisk is busy, und can't see utiybody," the lic-- breedi lc.ciic'er llowuinu't lint Mdimcir lit ll.i Kentinkt offced to tin p'dln it 0 Id a price plucra, diim by replied Peter Donohue. l)uniiiny' lint Imp Vlta.enmr iibet li and on ttrint NleMcniftria Ihv aiieof l.adt .Martin ail. Jim "He'll sco me," said Morrissoy. aire of (ten I'orter Jsla Mumbrinn Meaaei-ucr- , "No, ho won't," insisted Peter. $30 to Insure a Living Colt. (iMircrva II nioinaa, who tired Seolt I'lmiiia 1 tl, Tho persistence of tho boy ruthcr nettleii and i.adt K.a tho stutesmun, and he ! litis. koiuv-o- v, Slrtdbt WILKIN'S M1LAW IlKK.tlreof III 11k said testily, uud taking u step toward the Prima. j.j?K, Kinsley mill the il.iui ol Stinlord. Kt. uiick jam, i ii, door: Ham Alley, trial nil,, dam nt Wilton, j'mV UOJjtlKUOW WllOlamt ami Albert France. UsllVtKS said Peter, coolly; "you're John IIAMIll.KTOMAN,irr.in! dam l.adv C.rUnold in M)ing Mormm iiiiiitii wmkoiu-Morrissoy." 11.1111 tt IIKina .tucitt iter " Well," haid Morrissey, " I guess -ttir. Itlf.tn11l.111 1I.1111 I.inle tt aa aireu in ii)ii)CK aLie Irk. Itrmcti. .bull nl I'll , frisk Will see me." iluni b ,(,, SciloN American Mar, grand uu iiuic iio 'JttC'iu uiu uiiiiiiiiuive oiucc .i;f;cT Lance, im m i met ton of Atmrli.in LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE boy asluo auu stroiio towaril tho door. His Ll'llllM died and left but few ilklnt RAILROAD. hand wus on tho knob, but hu did not turn coltn; but Micmber ureat ape ed, rich hrctdlnu; and from III it. Peter Donohue tpraiigoti the broad back macrniticctit form, berate .iluiiidiinl proml.t of a I be (treat of tho former athlete and climbed up it likes mn.t brilliant career, both on ihe truck und iu the Major Ihomat Morton, nl Ncu ork, n monkey. He threw his arm around Mor- - tliid rcfu-cMU ait us that be for Wilkint riibct's neck und guvo it u riuucc that wrote 11 klinrl lime before ln death an offerol birju.t sliut tho big man's wind off, und forced him 3aja , and the ure it ilrie er, I arl llurr, aata that .!',. The ti) give ull of hin attention to freeing turn-hi;- he ban iihtava coiitiittred tun! in the de'ilh of WilkiiiH Muauber breeder the from tins ilotci mined ofilco boy's grasp. one of the tert Krcntcat of allaitttained tain, lo.nf the ureal of old Uo linally Hiicceeded, hut when 'tlio novel lliimblctouiaii lltmltck'a llamblctimlaii.tvliokiredbotli tire and struggle' wus over thu ofllcc boy utood again a 111 performer W,th between tho Congressman uud Fink's door. iliimofllAIlKAVAVh.iHalrcd40 anna tired over Ixni " Mr. Fisk gu 0 1110 orders t) lot nobody und bilk klrcd loe.and luku'ho bate il.init of 511 per aired the 7 fo performera in thoro," exclaimed Peter, " and you can't dinners- with record, nl a ,v mid belter, pnitiiiK nun iiil- circ.iitat trotting nor.e progenitor nut 11.1t go in. That's ull tliuro Is about it." III, the dam of llark.11v.1y, appeared, and Morrisiey's uugor ijuickly guvo wiry to !tctone of lilt tito All greatest daughter Ihe unit admiration of tlio boy's pluck uud fuithful-ness- , horte approaching lUsdlck'k li.unbleloiiiik u tire ol uud, laughing heurtily over his defeat-h- o prodiKiuc; llama it Anierlcnn Stir, the tire We Louisville l.jih of Wllklim Mic.iMber went uway. Uo told Fisk next day ubout know llroun, the il.imof MAItKAWAY will bear To Nashville, the breeding ills encounter with I'eter, uud how tho lut, the closet an.iltklk and tee hate eterv eonhdeiue Memphis, ' downed him." Nothing iu ull of tli.it lie will produce apeed iiniltte bcllctc thote r profit from K,-'oinurkublo cureer over pleased him ti.itronlriiiK lilm tt ill realize a much any horte In Ida produce a from the produce of us much us tho " null," us he culled it, be thu land, and lilt til!lc ahotild marcs Montgomery, tween .MorriHttey una Donoliiiu. Tho boy ttortht the einbraceaof Ihe bluett blood Ilreed-eicall uud examine for tbem-eltare Invited to wu rapidly udvunced by Fiik, und ono of Little Rock, horte and 1ih product Attention is tailed to tho direct results of his uffuir with Morns-so- y the following extract the Mobile and New Orleans. Is his present place ut tlio head of tlio OuNKt,lLL , Mar, 10, ISS7 most linixirtiint brunuh of thn Frio rullwuy's II jrU.twiiy never intidc whit could be Only one chiuje to pointt culled a ke.ikou InliN life until tou bought him. lluuuciul department. Onr people tt ere absolute!) deael to the merits of llirccyears the trotter lleaerted lito iiiaren uheu Sifflllflcuut Mlero. old and got two cnltt, both owned here, uud ton Vim can 'not At u lloston wedding, tho other day, tho could not buy either for $soo, ofllciuting minister uueezed four times buy u llarkaitiiytoungkttr inoriirouiul Olne) for less than $400 to 1500, out ol common in.irei. He EMIGRANTS whllo performing tho ceremony, and all the ed In In whole life aa mares and got 19 0.1 It. old women proieut presaged dreadful ten aeter.il )car he ran wild in pasture and cm SceMus hornet on I lie line of tlilt roadu ill receive for things iu store for tho bride und groom. ered no inarea, during the time I trns Irving to ace Special rate., whether I would go under or Kt.iv on 'top of the The mlnlnter did not countenance any of cud, e"Sec aenlol thit Company fur ratei, routes II. C, Samh. ,Vc or write to these superstitious, however; ho knew why W. A. Ill'SSKl.L.or Addrck C. P. A I MOHK..C. I'.'.t T. A ho sneered; ho felt the big druft that was J II. KNOLKMAN, l.oulttille, K)'. l).'nvllle, K) . if iu the bridegroom's pocket. , 7 tiuiiaii liixli, called the Stonewall, turns out :i..VX),mX) dc yards of cloth per year, nnd It Is said to be the best paying factory in tho South. East Palestine, O, is agitating the I XHXU- pottorv there tablishmeut of it whltr-war- o aniaMir t , pH ue Vllrk tuar inieed f ie en inoiory, nnu tl.c tire court houe ineywani u iweive-Kiatif.ict'Mi CitilOIlR Will take $00,00) worth of stock. A Nnw Yoiik railroad has just ordered ten locomotives from tho Kogcrs works nt ATTENTION, FARMERS raterson, and the SU Louis San Francis- Company has ordered twenty from tho l' fur i"reh y the lu;lie-- t tnili price lll Ualdwlns. I'ERi, tt) be delltcrei at the hiti.jriM llotite, Tnn manufacturers of agricultural Im- Crab Orchard, k). plements iu the West do not speak with M. I.IVt.MiSION much confidence in regard to the volume of business for the coming spring. A number LOUIS SOHLEGEL, of concerns have recently gone on short time. The Edison people are prowling along tlio South Pacitle coast trying to turn night ICY KlCIl.MONU,. into day. They havo captured Chill with 5,UH) lamps. They havo an Iron-clapatent und propose to make somo money. Tho l'holt;rapeMnalt tte and ne. IVluret in de e city government of Los Angeles, Chill, hus India liit,Cr)onatiJ Water C lor. I bought tho Edison plaut. l it. r I m pnc: tj;n inl'rins Persons familiar with mining operations IVO M. RKklN, K. k XHHIIS will be Interested to know that in u PennDkiidkKMi, k., Ma,iSS7 sylvania bituminous coal mine the other day over '2X tons of coal were hoisted Attri;ht A: Martin bee tJ inform their man) cutomer of the ihance in firm name from it shaft 4'Js feet deep at tho rule of friend-an- d nearly four tons per minute. The coal was MARTIN & PERKINS, ruised in one-ca- r tripa. This is tho fastest work of the kind on rcord The new firm hope not only toutain the repuThk coal bills of railroad companies tation of the old, but intendt to mate man) ini amount from t to i jxt cent, of tho total provementtin the manufacture of tobacco which will operating exiienscs It bus been estimated will be tothe mteret of our rutomrr. We Leaf our Natural that if this item of cost could be rMuced devote mpc'UI attention toleaf. '1 haiiVinz oil lir.iud, Kentui.Lv bent f net earnings could be considerably forpat fatort aud aiVinj fur a rnniinuition of KeMwctfulh y '"'Teased. It has been estimated that tho ' ouT trade. r remain .MKll.N.. I tklNS i,...nii... nro.i. cimntry last year burned --M.UOO.UX) tons of coal, of which only :i per cent, of actual power stored up in coal was EDWARD H. FOX, utilized, & PHOTOGRAPHER, Tiir.itR are iu tho United States M.DU ARTIST dealers In shoes, leather, machinery, hides. ; ICY. etc., ot which JlbO uro iu Massachusetts Jt.ir.O in Pennsylvan! I. There nro :W,O0i) and retailers of ahao. of whom 1,751 uro in new buildi ii oppotite Ilanmoved Pennsylvania Thcro are i.jy.i shoe inaiiu- - the NMtotfii.e to ln i elegant than etcr prepared to and bclier lacturcrs, of whom I.CJS ur in Massaehu- - accommodate the public kiiIi tine puturc from ECtts. ars iu New YoiL. lid iu Pennsylvania. photograph to life ne. Situfaition guaranteed. .'. in Ohio ami Tl In ll'inoi i. There aro 'J.s.17 tanners und curner.i, and of theso Oil aro O. W METCAL.F. JR., iu Pennsylvania. The aro ubout ?.0X) morocco manufucturcra. ATTY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. A i.viion cotton-mil- l at Enterprise, Mi.., Fanny Horbort, I1NTISTS, JSflKj AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. lo li, it iTHAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. r Iteirulilor. Kit'd br ZclliniSr. M. A. S. 1., M, haa lor 47 tears cured InpiiIktiov. fliLioii.toi. DTSrsMIA.SlCR lUaDACIK.I.OtT nrk-tlur- t 1 I- - ) V 1 PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 '. 11 iter. 1 11, iirama, 1'attor M, it. Church, Adama, fann., tTritet "I uiinK 1 anouiu nave Deen dead but lor your lieiiulne M. A. I hate Liver .Medicine. totnrtlinei had to rubatitute "Zeilln'i atull" for your Medl rfl "tm cin, oui 11 uon 1 antwer tn Sim-mo- ArriTiTi, Sock Stomach, Ktc I'M. d ltihk' lltm-iiiuc'- a Medicine, and have tiaed hallol It. It woik.like a charm, I want no heller Liter and uu more olZcilln'i rsutuie. Itcc-ulaly Vai. Mrmtihli.Trnn. tata I received, package of tourl.lter Dr.J. It. Crave.. KJItor T ,,f i, . ji, r.-.lt- jjt,, I -C- HICKEN one-hal- 1111 Cholera Cairo ! s : ' ire-o- iunvim.i-- if, e ' HAUIlOrUVIhl.K, j, , Sie&G&&k At rnZMaauaataaaatVea lciitis - ji I I lt MBMWm KKNXV WIIiKRS. I I I I Thousands of dollars worth of chit kens die every year from Choi cm. It is more fatal to chickens than all other direases combined. Hut the discovery ol u tn.it fi'ttnth cuirs it has been made, nnd to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trni! . bottle is enough fir It is guarone hundred chickens anteed If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly latisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undetsigncd und ) our monev will be refunded. s two-thirds i. V'1 - lor Sale bt MeKoherta ft Suz Mcati-nirer- Newport News &, Miss. Valley Co. I il'a-fo- ' Chesapeake & Ohio! PULLMAN rCARS AND SOLID TRAINS -, i lilt "es," aii4.. To Wushinffton, Richmond Old Point Comfort. EAST nml J To Loulsvilo WIEST und Oiuoilnnati. in thr NORTH-WEST to-ui- C iiiicctiiiiildirerl for all point WEST AND il THROUGH TRUNK LINE. SOUTH-VES- T. lf SOUTH & WEST IN PriKCTNOl Ij '87. Dally 10 S Dalle .x. Sin C 11 Sit j l.tc l.ouitville Arr Lciingion " White Milphtir Spring. " Charluttiitille VMJunct " Hichmoud " Newport New. j j) 10 i I " " " Norfolk " WaihitiKton " New " Old Point Comfort 9 ou 10 33 I 11 11 uo 40 llaltimore Philadelphia Vorl. 9 40 o Jo j ci J) so a 11 jo a m a m p 411 a m p in, J.30 p in a nt a m o pm a m HO p m p mi 11 p m pm ii J p m a 111 a m a ml o jo a m p 111 p in mu 3 10 J u . j i j;i k'. Atlanta, make-broo- n 111 Lexington Divl.ion Trtln. run by Central time Main Line lrainaea.t of liuiitiiiKton run by Kast ern time, which it one hour fatter than Central time. IKAINS-N- o. ADDITIONAL it, daily ck cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4 15 a mi Mt Slcr ling 7 00 am; arm c Lexiniitou 835 a m; arrive at ,1,,1 .,., ,, niciicfeier 11 33a ni. No u, daily etiept Sundiy, leatr Cincinnati .. ARKANSAS & TEXAS. 1 Kore CharlMionisjap m; .irrhe A.hlandat 3700 a in: 40 p m, Commbut 11 it p m No, 6, dailyleate Athland a in; arrlte at 710 Charletton 11 jj am; Clifton Kbrire hrough'traln. ofi'il? Vftvlf Steamthtpi leave Norlork , luetday, Wednetda)-- . Tliut.day nndonSaturday at6 30 p ni Tor New Vorlc. Inforiintlon, elc, apply at .iM,0r. Tlltke, or addreiv W.C.WICKHAM. II. W FULLER, Receiver Oen'l Patt'r Ajt. Moh-dip- 7M p in; Olive Hill q jap ni No, 3, daily, leave CUflon '. A M. K i if1 ' &-- it. i!-- "" ' u. 7.., , lia U'i 5,. Jl . . '&&&&& XXH$fi&&tz&lU atliatllMaaalaaaaatiaatiaaaajiaaM 'I ,(-- . ilA iV .