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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888032301 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. rt ' " - 'Wnr ' ' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. HUSTONVILLE. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1888. NO. 12. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. J.I0K H IIlTIi'HWl.A.N', ltwiivotlnBalnTiu'rtil:iy uveiiliij: lifter n day of i'iurvutlliK nilMiiiw- Cook A WYutliiTfonl n n liimy not-titliulr united Htoeka into shape. Tliey mo both our own hoyn anil nturt with lie hi'Ht wlnhwof the entire comlllllllltV. - The eomlition of John I. Carpen-te- r liulieatlonn. jzivesnotne i'iicouniin A little Wllllain NMmp i "' Mr. t'hlMof K. S. Powell has been Hiill'eriiiK for mjvitui layH. KarinerM are liepntiiiitf t" beMir Hut twd in nearly exhaut-t-il- , jfrnsw In backward, the wheat crop almost an utter failure, while the weather Wn not keep in portion lonenouh to tiernilt the early jrnnlcncr to pre bin favorite folly. to claim Fine Iioim-- are attention ami the melting cailenccx of the meloilioim jack are added to nwell the nyiuphonlcM of the exiectcd vernal Ami thin reminds me jjladhomeiieN. that K. H. Powell wishes it distinctly that he in Mill ill the rintf. He w ill be prepared to present in the next Kric-Mfiis.sue of this paper a bit of blood, 1)V iiame.closelycoiinectcd with .Ir.. the very urixtooniey of eipiiuity an Maud S., Jay Kyv Nri sc, ami aiso a luck whose nroiul lineavi' can be tnu-edistinctly back to about the days of IU- biiiin. Uok out for his "ail" next week. It is alout time for the zealous bchool truxtee to visit the families of their respective districts and prepare their census report. The blanks have just come to hand and will be distritmted without delay. I will attend in Stanford on Monday, April id, prcpaicd to supply all who come. I nive an extract from the dictum of the State Superintendent, vl. "Accept no census report from any district unless made on one or more of these forms. See that they are properly s dated and signed. Instruct the the on the blank side, to put no names but properly till up the printed matter on the back, nigu, fold and deliver to you promptly." To this I would add: It is the duty of the trustee to retain a copy of his report with names, ap and hcx of the children of pupil nj.'e, in order that he may insert it on the pace of the eparcd for that Teachers' Register. purpose. Kspccially be careful not to j,o beyond your iKiumlary, and if parties ate listed in more than one diMrict the fact ami counter claims at once. If the editor will pardon me for dwelling on a matter which I esteem as of the highest lmiortancc, I would kindly on better and more earnest work in the comitiK year than we have had in must be the past. Our put In better condition. We cannot the farce of pretending to keep up n school without a roof, or lloor, or walls, or windows, or seats, or desks, or stove or fuel, or a single comfort or healthful apjiiiancc. Health is cmlanu'cied, pleasure is banished, time is lost, "and money It is wast eil in such a state of thinir. has become a necessity to refuse to report a school for the distribution of the fund unless parents and those whooiijiht to feel an interest in the question will take hold and inak the fund a benellt. Citu-enlook at the question rationally; between eleven and twelve thousand dollars came into this county List year for school purposes, and how many inin the matter? A terested thems-lvprojected railroad or even a turnpike is a matter of absolute interest, but the training of the iinmoital mind is too trivial for consideration. trin-teere-p- ort in-m- et UA.ItiJ: TIIIC LOUO. LIHTtilt FROM (tKOUGKO. HAKXKS Pknsuoi.a, Fmikiim, Makcii 10, 1888. Dk.mi Ixtkiiioic left Mobile by the 'J p. m, train on the I.. k X. route, and ran up the Mobile river about '20 miles before crossing ami leaving it to the west. skill and pluck were needed to run this line down such an unpromising marsh, as lines lioth sides of this great deep, unornaincntal stream. At tlrst, wholly on piles, but afterwards tilled in, it now has a line road bed, seldom interfered with by the sullen waters that roll their muddy Hood towards the (inlf. When we quit the river the pine hinds begin airain, and this time under new conditions, for the lesinous treasures are tapped, in the forests that line 'the road; and the curiously shaped bark puncture, familiar to those who reside in turpentine producing legions, is everywhere seen. At intervals, the mills that work the product up, line tho railway, conspicuous from afar, with their amazing army of barrels, standing on end, in which ine "rosin is snipiei to various markets. The crude turpentine is col lected in the most primitive way. A re ceptacle holding from a quait to a half a gallon is dm; into the ImjMoiii of the tree, wheie the spread of the root makes a suitable place; then with a tool adapted to the purpose an incision, varving in length fiom inches to U feet, according to the si.e of the tree, Is made across the face of it. This lias a downward peak in the centre of the cup to guide the How of sap; ami when the freshly wounded edjse begins to heal, new cuts are made, at intervals of a few days, throughout tin season. To keep the wounds bleed-iut- ! freely is the point of protit. This process, of course, makes a larger gashed space eviA- !ear; so that a practiced eye can tell how many years a tree has been tapped lor '"Isixed." as the technical term isl by looking at the height of the u ( lay ward went to Louisville Thursday ami James Landram is on du ty at the railroad station In his place. Judge P. Poyd, having recovered from a week's illness, returned to the Knox circuit court, now in session at Itarbourville. Dr. J.T. Mutson is having two ad ditional rooms put to his resilience, besides other improvements, making a neat and attractive building. John Street and ltilliu Hurst engaged in a little known-dowWednesday night. Street knocked down a considerable quantity of "red liquor" and was in turn knocked down by Hurst. (J. It. Cockrell.of the Mt. Sterling I.uii(l Co., was here Wednesday and completed the purchase of Mr. Joseph Sampson's land In Hell county. Price paid was fsoniething over ?1(I,(KK) for a tract. r The young ladies gave a party at Mr. A. II. Hrown's on Tuesday night. All tin young people in town were in attendance. Pefreshinentswero served by Mr. and Mrs. Hiown and all present enjoyed themselves nicely. Among the moonshiners that were brought here from Perry and Leslie Pennington, counties, were Andrew Henry Pennington and Leonard Nolan, who waived examination and gave bond ami and James Vernon, Hen Mcintosh and John W. Pace acquitted. We know our Main street is in a deplorable condition and equalled only by "I'luiu" street in H.irbourvilie. Hut our business men are not going to have much more fun poked at our broad Main street, which can be made a nice avenue, and are talking in real earnest of paving Main street the entile length of town, one mile. Wm. I n 800-acr- The best alvc In the world lor tut, lnul.es, W. A. Arnold has been appointed sores, ulcers, salt rlivmn, fever sores, letter, dup-pei- ! town marshal, vice Hob Hamilton rell.mJ, chilblain, corns .itnl nil akin eruptions, mid poiitlvcly cures piles,', or no pay rc signed. If the ground hog has come out of quired. It is guaranteed to gite perfect satisfacPrice a$ cents per I'ox. his hole, I wonder what he thinks of this tion or money refunded Stanford, Ky For tule by A R Penny, hUROKON DKNTISf, Siawkoki., Kbntucky. Orifice south side M lin, tsvo doors abjve Depot St. weather? W. 0. Kigney has runted the rooms over Stephen Marrs' store for his undertaker's shop for the present. The news of Treasurer Tate's defalcation created a profound sensation in Lincastcr, but we have yet to hear (mingle, democrat suy it will injure the party- Worth Knowing. .Mr. W, S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VKItTOX, ICY. e leap-yea- Those of our fellow' citizens who have failed to out their' garden truck should not let that fact worry them. This weather is not the kind for vegetation to grow luxuriantly. The west wind do blow, and now we have snow, so what will the g. hog do, poor thing? lie will curl up bis tail, in the face of the gale, and hie to his hole again, poor tiling! 11. C. KauH'man went to Cincinnati on Wednesday. Col. John Henderson has been assigned to duty at James Herring's distillery as storekeeper and ganger vice ("apt. Salter relieved. W. O. Higney has gone to Ciiuinna-ti- , where he will buy a $1,000 hearseand a full stock of handsome caskets and coffins, witli a view of engaging in the undertaker's business in Iancaster. The new distillery jut completed by J. W. Miller is pronounced to be the best arranged one in the country. The present capacity will be IS bushels of grain per day, but this can bo increased when gt Lake City, Kla r ftflic-netdoor to Whitehead's Drug Store. was taken with a severe Cold, attendsd with a Couifi and running into Consumption in Spccial.ittentiensise.1 to diseases of children. Its rirt Jtages, He trisd many so tailed popular cough remedies nnd steadily grew worse. Was reduced in flesh, h.iJ didkulty In breathing and was unable to sleep, finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles found himself wetland has had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show so jrand a record of cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, It is an old and thoroughly reliable, conservative (juiranteed to do just liat is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at A. R. I'cnhy't comp.inv, now In its alst vear with 112,500,000 assets and $i,y)o,ooo yurpfus. Its rates ar as Dni4 Store' low as any old and reliable company, with divi- It. Morgan, mercaant, In the Pcim UlutJal Life Insurance Co., Philadelphia. - beliinii-limps- e re-H- at bat k removal. About a fresh foot is removed yearly. A forest of four or five years' production hs)ks as if every tree had a (.'insaderV shield blazoned on the side of it. If you had an engraver you it could be made plain at a glance. Hut you an not an "illustrated" ami I have to write a page, almost, to dcserilH' so simple a thing as this: Well, it is not my fault if your readers have no idea of what sort of a mark the turpentine business puts on a pine tree. The secivt of 4loxinu" lies in getting tlmj ut most yield of resinous tlttid with ictaining healthy life in the tree. If you are too greedy, you "kill the gtsis that lays the golden egg." Ex perts know, by experience, just how much and how broad stripes of untouch ed bark are to be left, like brown rili- boiis, to supply the life stream, . from earth to the given pinnacles that have toj.s!-oil a century's storms, or more, or less. Sometimes trees are slainoiitright; often weakened to unproductiveness, by con-siMc- nt The bill introduced in Congress yesterday by the Hon. George M. Thomas, of Kentucky, providing that Kiias Dutton shall no longer be borne upon the rolls of the United Strtes Volunteer army register as a deserter, but that the register aforesaid in future shall certify, evidence and attest that Kiias wasa puissant soldier, as valaint as Hector of Troy, and is now a scarred veteran with laurels clustering around his brow like unto the ehaplets associated with the name of d'Auvcrgne. There is nothing extraordinary in this bill of the Hon. Thomas. In 10,000 instances the Congress of the I'nited Slates has metamorphosed de serters into heroes, in order that these same deserters might becomo pensioners upon better men than themselves. These are the gentry Gen. Bragg referred to w hen he spoke of "deserters, It is a scanand dal upon valor and an outrage upon patriotism that the real soldier who bore the brunt "f the battle, underwent the fatigues of the match and the hardships of the campaign should be compelled to receive these cattle into the association of honorable pcnsiniicis but deserters are also voters. That fact covers with a mantle a thousand sins. Times. rs coll'ec-coolers." desired. The ladies of the Presbyterian mite society will give an "Kaster egg hunt" at the residence of Mrs. J. P. Sandiferf on April 2d. Kaeh egg will contain a r present of an acceptable nature. The young folks are especially urged to bo present, and a rare treat is promised. No admission will be charged, but a basket will be provided to receive contributions of anv amount. leap-yea- dends unsurpassed a reputation for fair dealing uxctllcd by none and plans to suit eserybodj Would call the attention of business men to its Mrs, I'hutbe Chesley, l'elerson, Clay Co., loa. new endowment, accumulated surplus and 6 per tells the follow inj remsrkable story, the truth of cent Ktiarnntied bonds plan of policies. WWomeri insured tin the same rate ns men which is touched for by Ine residents of the town: JOHN K FAUI.KNEII, District Agent for Kcntuck) "I am jj years old, have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for many years; could not dress myself without help Now I am free from pain and soreness and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks tj Klectric Hitters for having renewed my youth and removed all disease and pain. Try a bottle, 50c and TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Ji at A. It. Penny's Drug Store. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in qmlily of rlour, ive think the citizens of the county should have cotintv pride enough to patromic and sustain' he same We wish to whom it may concern that we are in the market 10 buy your wheat and cum and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery 10 our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any Two miles South of Stanford on Neat's Creik. person It cannot be equalled by any other mill vicinity solicit a trial in Address me nt Carlisle, K w.chak; in thisdepartmeut.WeAll having grain our flour and In our line meal for sale will please call at the Mill, sv here our agent will be found at all times, who will give the SHOP. best prices for same. Ilran and shipstufT always in stock V. N. POTTS, Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co. ?5 lf Haslng bought I. M I.aslcy' scales and blocks and rented the cellar he occupied, I "ill moc there for the present witli tin meat Hemembcr thu nt ice, under V.inArsdalc "store room. f W K ItAMSKY Renews Her Youth. y FOE, SALE. 1 House and 25 Acres Land RAMSEY'S MEAT Kentucky Central "13L.TJ.rc R.R. ROUTE UOUTJC." QUICKEST From THE SHORTEST AND STANFORD, KY ., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. CENTRAL KENTUCKY To all Points injudicious"boing." When the "shield" gets too high from the ground' to reach easily with the semper, the tapping ceases and tin' tree is cut down for the sawmill. A healthy, average tree yields 0 to s gallons of crude turpentine annually. This is distilled exactly as whisky is produced ami the outcome is the turpentine of commerce ami the residuum of "ioin." When prices are good, there is "big money" in it. When bad, just the reverse. And prices Huctuato very violently, making it a precarious business. A gentle man, who sat by my side, for 10 miles out of Mobile, a large owner of pine forests and mills, both saw and turpentine, gave me the above items. It was all new ground to me. Perhaps this brief ac count will interest some of the unen lightened of your leaders, as did the con vernation of my fellow traveler. Hegave me a most hospitable invitation to stop with him, if I ever came that way, prom ing me a pleasant visit and every atten tiou. He wits, evidently in earnest and not .saying something politebut unmeaning. This is only a portion of the letter which was received too late to produce uittire this issue. We simply give this much to show that Pro. Panics is still with us if he has been silent for a moon or two. I'd. s es . Woodford county voted a subscription of 150,000 to aid in an extension of the buiisville Southern road through its limits. There are now in otlice in the Department at Washington over ."t.OOO clciks, appointed under repubrule, and many of them by the oplican eration of the vilest political methods. Turn the rascals out. celehmted the -- Chicago Anarchists (niiiiiiuie Sunday niulit by a meeting Albeit Currlin, the editor, worked the assemblage up to a white heat by his utterances: "I am an Anarchist, let them strange meif they dare," provoked Hut the valiant Ktoiii.s tif annlaiise. hardly do anything to make knight will Ihein strange bun lor but worn ins jaw A 'I'm: I lot; l!nisri.iTiii)i:. it used to be the custom of our farmer lin.1 claim to have the largest jack in the t. hmvi. nil tln.Ir Inn. lirihtiiu fur tnkiiiL' to world, lie is nearly six feet liL'h and the stores as a marketable commodity, weighs 1,'.'(X) pounds. Climax. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. tbev usually irettiiiL' a jood mice for The greatest elevation which has been them. Hut this has all changed now, attained by man is :i",(K)0 feet about 7 like anient many other things of the miles this height having been reached THE LARGEST SAND FINEST past. Xobody buys bristles now since during a balloon ascent made by iSlaish-e- r. HOTEL IN THE CITY. there is no longer a market for them, At this tremendous distance abovo owiii!.' to their not being equal in quality "i the earth's surface phvsieal exertion is to the Ktiropean bristles. All in vlwl,. RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD. . , l(i III- - iuiuw-.- i tiiiim-tim- i "unit iw ! bv bins i makers are now nii - illllllil ' ING to rooms; great rarefaction of the atmosphere, the ported from the old country. I hey are , worth their weight in silver, and are sold Daniel (iiles shot lieorge Terry thro' that way, the money value being put on the heart at Ilopkinsville on account of II'KKImI.V RlhSIW IUI'ILsIN HOTKl.. one side of the scale and the bristles on jealousy. the nther. Westchester Local Xews. j bought the riht lo sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish bounty-junipeall who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be cuiuiuced, I'll not worry you about buying unless you arc fully satisfied .irto its merits, 'I he undcrogned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we KiciiMOM). Klder S. W. C'ruteher take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a in went to Helton, Mo., the first of the year, every particular, doing all that is ilaimedsulces for it: Wm Dr. from Louisville, and to date has baptiz- Mr S Daugherty, JC. W. Wallace,Perkins,Iluurnc, P Salu-r- , A. Sine, Hill Lewis ed more than I0 persons. His family Dudilerar, J. 1.. I.ynn, I., I. Dawson, I'. Vanoy, , Mrs Amanda Peak, (ieorge Peton, Alex Molti-.lafollowed last week and are all well. Ci. C. C Fields, Albert Camden, Sun Kaiucs, It. K. Harrow, A M. Tcland and many other Y. Dcatherage has sold to Win. McKin-neM.l'. KLKIN. Headqutrtcrs at S. S Myers' store. of Kansas City, his mare, Hertie $2,000." W. .I. & J. S. Col- Years ago Sprague, for I Tub Womvs Who L.uoiis. For a good, everyday household angel, give me. a woman who laughs. Her buscuits may not always be just right, and she may occasionally burn her bread and forget to replace dislocated buttons, but for solid comfort all day and every day she is a very paragon. Homo is not a battlefield, nor life one long, unending row. The trick of always seing the bright side, of shining up the dark one, is a very important faculty one of the things no woman should be without We are not all born with the sunshine in our hearts as th Irish prettily phrase it, but we can cultivate a cheerful seiiso Rural of humor if we only try. New-Yorke- Hotel still maintains This old and its high reputation, and its Proprietor is detcrmm. ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in the State in its Tare, Appointments, or Attention to his i.uctts. IUjuaic conveyed to and from depot free of charge Special accommodations to Commercial Traselcrs. well-kno- PAST LINE & BETWEEN LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. ij, tS3;. 4 SCHKDUI.U IN KrTKCl'NOV. No. 7. Soulh-lioun' No. No, 6. , ' THE FLORENCE Lve Covington..., Lve Falmouth... . F.x. WASHING MACHTNE hae 8 8 95 10 03 n m 9 3 LveCynlhiaua ... 11 03 a m.10 34 p m 40 a in 10 50 p in Arr Paris Arr Lcxingtou.,uj 30 p nvn 30 p in Lve Paris it 50 a in 10 Jj p in 15 p mm Arr vVinchetr. $ p m Richmond.... 1 no p m Arr id p ml Arr Lanca-tc- r in Arr Stanford 111 Lve Richmond .. a 05 i p m . Arr llerea 330 ,.j Arr Lexington.... 3 45 p m . Sun. 30 a in; Daily. V.. Sun. p in 2 00 p rti p m 3 j8 p m 4 30 p rn 5 10 p m 0 10 p in 6 05 p ni 7 20 p rn )' 5 "H u ' u j rtoop jo p m . Norlh-llji'l- No. 7. ) No. 1. I , No. J. y, THE GALT HOUSE, ( ., l The great, if not fatal, weakness of the republican party is that it outwhigs the Clay Whigs in its demand for protection, that in dealing with the surplus its policy is one of political demoralisation inrelief, and that upon stead of indu-trithe grave race question in the Southern States it proposes nothing eH'ectual, and practices nothing but sectional exasperation. The unmanly and ribald speech of Mr. Ingdlls, which was designed to stimulate the worst party passions, is one of the many signs of the deplorable decadence of the lepublican party. Harper's Weekly. al NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Notice of Incorporation and 1 lie-organizati- on. MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel is still maintainThis old and ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P NKWCOMI1, Prop., Ml Vernon, Ky. f Sj-t- JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First, class Tare and Reasonable Prices, Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters' of lln Popular brt v 'Ti I statistical olileial has loured out that there are :il criminals to every 1,000 bachelors and only eleven criminals to every 1,000 married men. "Matrimony," A jjlais of wiiii', lor iiixtiuuic, rlianjii'il "restrains men from crime, and tho history of Franco for nearly '20 yearn. It oiiKht to b encoura'd by legislation Houis Philippe, King of the French, hail iind otherwise." a noli, thu Duke of OrleuiiH, and heir to How you the throne, who always drank only a Fritz Mein llott, Karl! of wine, beo certain number of glasses frubboso dot Hkinny feller net himself cause even one more made liini tipsy. of de schooner of beer? a memorable morning ho forgot to Karl Ach! His skin will like rubber On of his glasses and took vcw a prohibitionist. -- The count the number frtredeb. He one more than usual. When entering .1 ule. m his carrihgo he btuiiibk'd, frightening tho horses and causing them to run. In atThe Most Agreeable tempting to leap from the carriage his As well as thu most otloctivo method head htruck the pavement and ho soon of dUpallinK Headaches, Colds, and Fevers, died. That ulass of wine overthrew the or Cleansing tho System, Is by taking their property d Orleans rule, a few doses of the pleiwunt California liquid of jEl'O.OOO.OtM) and sent tho whole family fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. into exile. Chambers' Journal. For sale by A. It. Penny, StaufonL out-nld- ss Kxercise for rapid pronunciation: Two littlo bootblacks, ono.white and the other black, were standing at the corner do- House. 307-t- f. ing nothing, when the white bootblack agreed to black the black bootblack's The black bootblack was, of boots. course, willing to have his boots blacked and the bootby his black who" had agreed to black the black bootblack's boots went to work. fellow-bootblac- WOOD WALLACE, TEE GESTS' FURMSHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fashions of the dty in the Cents' Furnish. Ing line will always be found in my store. I am agent for the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the best Laundry in the world, k Syrup of Figs coiitl.-eatc- Is Nature's own truo laxative. It is the moot easily taken, and the most ouectivo POROHASlNO AGENT, remedy known to Gleanso tho System Emory, - - - Cincinnati, O. Hotel when Bilious or Costivo; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit- Would thankfully solicit ) our patronage In pur for people outside of thu city, in any line ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. chasing of iroods.sU Irv Coods, Millinery, Notions of all kinds, Furniture and Carpets. Manufactured only by the California Fig Weddlni; Outfits and Mourning Goods a special tv. I also "chaperon" Ladles suiting Cincinnati Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. nopplniforsl(;nt-icln- i Ilest references (riwii. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. Charges reasonable. 'I elcphone 57. ' MISS IIAllRISON, Notice is herein );ien that Ihcundersiucd.uho s of the sharm of the aire than stock of tho Crab Orchard and Cb.ippell s Gap Turnpike Itoid Company, n corporation oran-ixvt- l under an Ait of the Genera! Assembly of Kentuck), npprocd I'ebruary 17, S.5 and enti tied 'An Act to incorpurnto tne Crab Orchard .V Chappel's Gap Turnpike Itoad Company," base associated theitiscl es together as authorized by an ActoflbeGcner.il Assembly of Kcntuck, April.!, 1S&1. and entitled "An Act nil thoriiini; turnpike, crawl and plank road coinn.i nlcst chartered by special Acts of the General As and operate their road under sembly to the (feneral incorporation Ian of Kentucky." and base abandoned and relinquished the ngnls of said company under the aforesaid ch irter as i;raiitedbv the said Act ot the General Assembly, upproscO'tbriiar) 17, liU, and hac organized to become n body corporate under the general In. corporation l.ivs of this Mate, U:clupt.r joof the General Statutes and tho umcndmc'its thereto All the stockholders ol the aforesaid Crab Orchard and Ch.ippell'n Gap Turnpike Itoad Company shall be members of the body corporate to be or. K.tnizcd under this notice The n line of the organization shall be the Crab Orchard and Ottenbelni Turnpike Koad Company and Its principal place of business shall be L'lafi Orchard, Ky. The Kncral business shall be to operate the road now constructed and known as the Crab Orchard and Chanpell's Gap Turnpike und to construct additional turnpike from the present terminus of said road to Oltemheiin and uhen completed to operate the whole road. The capital stock authorized shall be any amount not exceeding twenty thousand dollar and lull be paid In at such tiiues and upon such conditions ns shall be prescribed bv the Directory The commencement of this corporation shall be on April I, ISSJ, and shall ti.riniii.ite on April I, 'rii affairs of this corporation are to bo con ducted bva Directory Hoard composiM ot a l'res. Ideiit and four Directors, who shall Ije elected on the 1st Saturday In April of each )tar. The highest amount ol Indebtedness to which this corporation shall at anv time subject Itself shall not exceed fifteen hundred dollars. Tho private property of the stockholder Khali be exempt from the corporate debts. W. II Miller, John lluchanan. Jno. II. Owsley, Kxr. of T. C lluiiiber, derM; Jim. S. Klsh, M. J. Harris, Adm'r of M J. Harris, dee'd; Lin. coin Cnunlv, by I). II. Carpenter; Town of Crab Orchard, by A. II. 1'ole) ; W. M. Doom, P. T. Pollard. own three-fourth- Lve Livingston... S 00 a in Lve Ilcren 1, 1015 a in KichiiiMid Arr in & Jii I.ve 'Stanford 7 so a in Lve Lancaster .. 8 10 n in' Arr Richmond.... 11 to .1 in Lve Richmond... 30 p in 6 45 a in Arr Winchester . j 2$ j nil 7 35 a in Paris Ur 3 jj p m b so a ni Lve Lexington .. 00 p 7 5 . 3 00 p in Lve Paris 340 p in 8 30 a in 3 50 p m Lve Cvnthiana .. 4 10 p in 8 59 a 4 30 p m Lve Falmouth.... 4 51 p in 10 03 a in 5 aj p m Arr Covington. . 6 u p mill 35 a in o" jo p m On theMtysvilIc Itranch, No, 9 leaves Paris at 9 15, am and No. 11, at 530. p in, arriving at Maysville at 10 13, a in, and 740, n m. No. 10 leaves Mayssille at 5 5;, a in, arriving a( Pans at No ukases Maysville at 1350 aid 815,3111 arrives at Pans m 3 10, p in These trains are daily except .Sunday. No. 15 leaves I.esin;toi 8 pm, arrives Paris 8 , p in. No. 8 leaves Covmgtjii 4 jo, p in, arrives Falmouth 6 50, p m. Mo. 7 leaves Falmouth 600, a m, arrives Covington 800, a m. DAILY KXCF.PT SUNDAY. NO l"K. Trams 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other trains are datl) except Sunday. Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake & Ohio for Mt. Sterliug, Ashland, Huntington, Ch.irlcstaii, W. 'a, and Kasterncitiea FAST LINK and 4 run via Winchester. Solid trains with Pullmin Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Kiulimond, Va., and Winchester and Washington. 'lhrough tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent of the Co. D. A. KKF.I.EV, S. F. II. MORSK, Traveling Pass'g'r Agt., Gen'j Pas'g'r Age., Covington, Ky. Lexington, K.y. II. K. iirNIINl.rON, General Manpger. 1 1 111 111 111 i " W ? r '. , V 1 4 " , J Genoral Offlcos, Covington, Kentucky. Tho BUYERS GUIDE If March end Sopt.. yoar. It la an of useful for all who i tho luxuries or tho of life. We can clotho you and furnish you with nil tho nocossary and unnooessary appliances to rido, walk, dance, sloop, oat, fish, hunt, work,, go to church, or stay at homo, and in various sizes, styles and quantities. Just figure out what is roqulred to do all those things COMFORTABLY, and you oan make a fair ostimate of the value of the BUYERS' OUIDE, which will be sent upon rooeipt of 10 cents to pay postage, Oi 4 '1 'i MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. 111-11- Miohlgan Avenue, Chicago, I1L ' 3 ABBUGKLES' namo on a paokago of COFFEE Is a guarantee of excellence. ARIOSA COFFEE Is kopt in all atoroa from tho Atlantio to the Paotfic. nrat-olass COFFEE is nover good when exposed to tho air. Always buy this brand in hermetically sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. K .'ijfe&ti swijwa&'frv' ,'.-j.- i. , '4V , &i ' X - - v i v. M' IWi llilllQqwyfiy j Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., The death of Itolwrt Gibson, which oc-- Stanfoud, March 28, 1888 W. P. WALTON, ' ( - Wm:.v tlu news wai Unshod over tlio wires Tuesday that Treasurer .lames W W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. I KIIANON, KV. A )l HM'I.I'ml-rrilorTate was a defaulter and a fugitive, those believe their LONDON', KV, who heard it oould scarce l),or, Sih, llllnilt, trame , t niiiR, llar Mjnllei, llr.icUti, ( omicei, Mir. NckcIi, oars, much less that "Honest DickTato," ronl, SheUltiE, ILihiilcri, VeramUs Mre CiMit tiirmuiit an J taihlle homo nlw.i) fur liire Slniiult'. I.lhs us he was universally called, had done Counters Hnorinir, Siilinn, on rr.Mon.ible term. I.omlon I' the mutt lomrn I)rceai.uml)er, lent point on the railroad lo reach iUcc in the KmiKh .uiJ anything wrong, but confirmation alSrmlfor iricet litfnte btiyineelctierr. in the mountain icctlon of the Slate. 10 most as strong as Holy Writ left no liojo that ho wotdd vet come out right, and those who had reposed the highest confidence in him were forced to surrender For "JO years all preconceived ideas. Dick Tate, has been honored by the democracy with thoofllco of Treasurer of Kentucky, until it had almost arrived DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. at that point when no one would oposo If Pro. Rimes was here lie would him for it. Tho good old democratic strongly suspect that the devil or his doctrine of rotation in oflice was disreprime inlnist-- r invented the present Gov. Huokxhi: continuesto veto objecgarded in his case and the result has "spell" of weather. tionable nets passed by the legislature At the llrst of lieen most disastrous. Messrs. II. .1. Gregory & Co., of custom of the and is daily demonstrating the fact that each year it has been the Lancaster, South Carolina, slopped tomen auditor to compare accounts with the hu is one of the most day (Thursdayi to their home a treasurer and as usual (len. Hewitt ask- of affairs :m well as the most courageous of harness and saddle horses bought He that hns ever held the oflice of governor ed Mr. Tate to present his report. j from Wakefield it I.oe, of this place, at The following list of goods, suitable for this time of year, and buy put him on" from time, to time alleging of Kentucky. He sent in six vetoes in a prices ranging from $100 to SI SO. NEWS CONDENSED. he was behind in his books. The bunrh Monday, live of them being bills that P. A. Marks, Frank Gilohor .., ,., ,. , ., . .. them of me and get the best: gas explosion set the Uinquct auditor lliiully became suspicious and for relief and incorporation, which he , ,, .. ,, iiiii irniiv "" iiiiiiii i thinks are against the public good. The theatre at Ontario on fire, and scores of nun - x accountlast week sent one of his expert ie fraternity, attended the fuiiend of ants to help Mr. Tate out. This gentle- .sixth was the bill increasing the fees of people burned up with it. their deceased brother, Hobert Gibson, jailers from 50 to (it) cents for dieting CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. man soon found that something was C. II. Sinclair, formerly of Adair prisoners and as usual he showssomc ex- county, Ky., was arrested for horse- at Somerset Wednesday. Tho religious wrong, but Mr. Tate said that when he services were conducted dy Hev. James California Peaches, Cal. Evap. Peaches, returned fromliuisvillehecould explain cellent reasons for the faith that is in stealing at Milltown, hid. L. Allen, of this place. army ration only " " saiisiaciorny. iie was i uu him. He says that an hundred men employed by the Six everytlnng Pears, Apricots, - Sheriff Bailey and .luiler Shumate Maunfncturing Co., this last Friday, but bo failed to appear costs 20 cents and that men do the most Dueber Watch-cas" Apricots, Dried Peaches, took to Frankfort Wednesday John feedand then (.Jen. Hewitt called in Gov. arduous service on it. The cost of Newark, N. .1., quit work. Raspberries, Turkish Prunes, Ilamner, sentenced by the last circuit -- The Committee, on Pensions hits Attorney Genera! Hardin ing a prisoner cannot be over 25 cents Buckner and court to 10 years in the penitentiary for Orated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, and he can see no good reason for per- for a thorough examination of tho treas in favor of giving Dr. Mary Walkrape; John mines and William HansSliced Pineapple, mining a jailer to muKe more man iw er a pension of $25 a month. Minco Meat, urcr's accounts. It was soon seen that ford, year each, hog stealing; Sam of $200,000, possi- per cent. The bill would add greatly to June Peas, Early Apple Butter, there was a shortage At Sherman, Texas, n inches of ear, false pretenses. They blv $.'UX),000 and over and Gov. Buckner the public expense and help prevent the snow fell Monday and the theimomcter Combs, Lima Beans, Preserves, rejHirt S.un Haiisdull, recently sent from immediately suspended Tate and placed reduction in taxes that should be made dropped Tuesday from 72 to :tt8. Pie Peaches, Mackerel in Buckets, here, at work in the shoe department, Ad- - and which the legislature has promis-uni- s of the Treasury, Hindi Gen. Hewitt and Secretary of State Corn, Cod Fish, also Chailes Henderson; Cluirlev John- in temporary charge of the oflice. 'd. McCullock, celebrated his gulden wedson, chair factory. Tomatoes, White Fish, The governor communicated the fact of ding at Washington on the 21st. Atcoimixo to a summary furnished Mr. Sam font Km in died at his Oysters, Hominy, son of Isaac Hail, Willie, the defalcation to the Legislature and Mm r'Mt ma. fAiitinnl it i ti tii it o t till itrnlt. between hero and Stanford Tues... , .... .... Salmon, living near Somerset, fell over a preciDried Beans, his action in the. promises, and u rcsolu-- , day night, after a lingering illness, in the tion to offer $5,000 for tho arrest and re p.wscd by the present Congress, and not pice and sustained fatal injuries. Sardines, Bulk Pickles, V.tth oar of his inje, of ''carol- A laiiuly ot six per- turn of Tate was immediately adopted even bv the House. There are only 12 oie poison- noma of the Chipped Beef, Bottle Pickles, He was a nan bene It is said that Tate has not been democrats straight out for tariff . reduc-o- f ed in Muhlenberg count., by eating moat tive of Athens, Ga., and w.ts for some Corned Beef, Catsup, ficinry the big steal, but wasled blind- - l f inn iinil it tiLiu IK. in iviuu till, .lull. that had been prepared to kill wolves. war a banker in New York Deviled Ham. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. I ly into the trouble by advancing small' .... The Massachusetts legislature has time after the ,u '. City and c.iuie to Kentucky ami this vi- llll'll uu IW lilillllltll.-- l III HIV wwni ' granted to give women the sums, at first to importunate lnends and riht to vote cinity about 20 years ago, since which . but it appears that thev will not unite Mv Stock of-once into t, increasing the amounts and on the question of graded liquor li though the life of the party depended ... time he Ins heeii engaged in farming. . the number of the loans almost m loll-- ; cense. UIoil mem. i lie rejitiiiiiixiiis itru iinu -- j nitely. A M united and that is the secret of their tt'iHirliiwlHickman count !" lt"ii twiittitlt. ; when dressed its, ... Maudlin sentiment would m a meas , . .,..,. o'clock. at Funeral ' ... vive i i uru relievo him of some of tho sines weiguoiii m jKmntis; minis un ins., s:. ....:...., i... i.... i n t!.,.i.,vi. , ..i Mi k. v. hiiiiiwii.hu-II- ; .,i Km bility of his crime, but it is a waste of "i ISO The committee which met in , . the lard taken from it , the Christian church. His son, Minis I. to extend it to a man who lias ton Tuesday night decided that the l'l""-- . Krwin, of Spring City, Tenn., is here in sinned us Tate lias done. If ever a man Democratic Convention shall be held in Uist vcjir jailers tirew lor .'. .response loa telegram announcing his . had cause to keep square in the line of that city on Wednesday, May 1C, for tho dieting prisoners, of which the jailor of1,., . death. Paper Boxes, In . i rectitude Tate lias and his"orinioisthoio-- ; appointment of delegates to the National rleuersou couniy goi. nearly lb fathers for Convention at St. Louis. Delegates to would get .SHI.OOO if the vetoed bill be fore unpardonable and he should not MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. IS a moment be considered with even a the State convention will be chosen in comes u law. IN Two marriages during the week. Iiy flying us the various counties on Saturday, May hemhlancc of forgiveness. The Capitol at Washington and the - Samuel Brown has gone to Juliet, soon as all hope of further concealment ',, the basis of representation being one Washington Monument were struck by haven of thieves and ' delegates for 200 votes for Gov. Buckner, lightning. Great consternation was ere-- , III. had passed to that Joe Jopliu sold a horse to William Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.-TS- e defaulters Canada, he shows he is no 0r u fraction thereof. ated and startling electrical manifestaCarmical for$!0. better than the common herd of them tions were witnessed. A large number of eases of pneumoOi.n GitA.vxv P.i.Aiit thought to make and it is to be hoped that ho will yet Ihj E&. "W-AuLTOI- sr, The highest salaried freak now trav-- , Connia are rciortcd. brought back ami made to do penance some capital by offering a bill that cling in thiscountry is Mile. Christine, MARK HARDIN, Clerk. $1,000 woith of clothing just receivfor his terrible crime a crime against federate soldiers be given the prefer- the mulatto girl. She is paid j ed. F. L. Thompson. 2t ence in tilling offices in certain cases, about $7."0 a week and has a the people and a crime against that parwhite maid Sambmok, of Livingston, has ty which has honored him for I0 or more but he raised a big row instead. Confed- in constant attendance upon her. a boy at bis house. years with office, lie Having been ecro erate soldiers don't ask anybody any The Klboron flats in New York wore ury of State and assistant secretary be- - dds and are able to take care of thorn-for- e burned and one of the inmates, Mrs.' -- Susie Ham has been sent to the dves without begging for iensions or Presbyterian Orphan Home, Iouisvillc. his continuous terms us treu'surer. Francis Westlake, was killed by jumpHart Bros., at Conway, Isiught 211 defalcation was exposed by asking for oflice. Though his ing from a window. Seven persons were acres of timber land, near Conway, for a democratic administration mid al Tiik Burlington road announces that seriously injured in the same manner. $MK). though his securities are fully able to it has all the engineers it wants and is Green Humphreys, of Wnrrenton, Thompson bus the doming at prices will make good the entire shortage, it running alongas if no strike had ever Mo., fired throe shots into his wife, in- to suit everybody and be is going to sell greatly injure the party in power, especoccurred. It is also stated that the en- flicting fatal injuries. While under ar- them. 2t ially witli those who dft not think for gineers tire still firm and confident of ul- rest at his home he committed suicide by Thomas Taylor is building a storethemselves and the blow will be felt for timate victory, but somehow or other shooting. He was prominent and room ueur his blacksmith shop to keep a MM years. The republicans are consequentwealthy, the two statements do not consist. f!1I,,il.v fcioeory. ly jubilant and tho Bradleys and the i v... iiiirv It has ri ill j;iri ill ..vii v.i. J. Pannlov and family, what nots are grinning with the utmost Haines will present It is stated that tho old Yeoman Com- State that their "I told pany got $:M),000 of the State's money the name of Cleveland to the National by John King, left last week ior satisfaction us they utter ington Territory, their future home. you sos." from Tate und other as insolvent con- Convention. Senator Haines is considLogue Thompson says he is willing Impeachment proceedings will be at cerns smaller or greater umouuts. Tate ered the orator of the to shoulder the responsibility for stallonce instituted against Tate and then is also charged with dealing heavily in State. ing such words as "hen fruit" for eggs the governor by und with the consent of whisky and blowing a good deal of his Tho long pending Bell telephone and "cow grease" for Ol. butter and to inthe Senate will appoint a treasurer till trust funds into bucket shops. case was decided Monday by tho Suform that lancaster gentleman that litthe Auuust election. Tate's bondsmen in favor of Bell andad verse-lmother-in-lagot premo Court is readv, willin' and waitiu' to meet Tin: are J. Stoddard Johnston, A. W. Mack- to Drawbaugh. Justices Bradley, lin, Thomas J. Megibben, W. J. Chinn, in her work in Fleming county, Tuesday Field and Harlan dissented from the him on any grounds within the State. Loguo is a bad 'uu. Steve Black, Gen. Scott Brown, G, W. by fatally shooting an erring views of the court. Mrs. J. K. Allen has been very low HobbandW. II. Barboo. Their com- - Bully for the old gal It would be The friends of tho late Gen. Winlield fortunes are placed at a million tor for the country if a few more of tliem Scott Hancock have purchased an olo-- j from m overdose of chloral. The direc Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchdollars. They already urge that Gen. would let loose on the trifling fellows egant house in Washington, which they tions for giving it wore misread nnd of giving a dose every four hours, Hewitt's failure to force Tate to settle-- , who marry their daughter. will present to Mrs. Hancock April 1, afwith many years' experience, all work done with neatness one was given every hour until the mis- maker incuts according to law relieves them of Nor in the least '"scart" are we, Bro. ter which date she will occupy it us her take was discovered. Physicians weie and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to ri.utinnuiliiliiv lint that cvcrv cent stolen suit the McCreary can beat republican, permanent home. called in. The patient is yet very feeble will bo made good there 'is hardly Ullu"The President has nominated Stroth-o- r eye. prohibition the devil and Tom Walki ,)t and her recovery doubtful. M. Slockslager, of Indiana, to be Me only wisne.i to re brigade, The Mt. Vernon His bank account shows that there is'l'r tojajtiier. Juul Of- which, by the way, is bucket in the busi- CoiiiinissioneroftlioGener.il the best now nearly $000,000 to the credit of the mind the prohibitionists that tho fice, and Thomas J. Anderson, of Iowa, State and the defalcation will not in any ness of kicking against the pricks was a to be Assistant Commissioner of the State, were called out by an alarm from the furniture factory Tuesday evening. measure impair the credit of the Com- - deuced sillv one. General Land Oflice. rIMi,i l.ti il.ltlla. ...IIKrlit ..,... ff.tlM tin. I,nfli,f jf ....... lnonwealth ..' ir.fi,. . Cm.. Fiivnk Woi.nnm has announced The Senate Committee on Coast De- .III. iiiii.iii. it... i. ...i -- Mr--.. i awJlW iiji'iii ii i it ii .1... ii 1' nil, i in..!....ii :..!.. tin ii' in. iiir linn i...... Tun Supreme Court has just decided that he is a candidate for Congress in the fenses reported favorably the bill " aj&k.- JM by a line shaft that was covered JU for coast defenses. looms tliat the prohibition law in Iowa which j.llt Ii district. The only objection to the with oil, and at one time the whole es- is that he wants Twenty-on- e millions are to be expended wont so far as to'not only prohibit tho old tablishmont was given up us lost, and und salo of liquor, wine, body pensioned, but hois a good man all in the ensuing fiscal year, ami the rebut for prompt work it would liiue hem beer, Ac, in that State, but to prohibit) the same, ami cm wipe- the earth up mainder up to the year 1001. destroyed. 11 uuiu uiiwini-nun i iiiiui !II1V OHO iroill lllipuillll John 1'. King, aged SO, died at Augusta, Ga., Monday, He whs elected to Tho Virginia I'nivorsity lias IltiO stuState, is unconstitutional. The decision LEGISALTIVE DOINGS. the Cnited States Senate- to succeed dents. was in a case against a raihoad corporaThe amount of money won by tho tion for refusing to haul a cargo of liquor Senator Han is is championing the George M. Troupe in l.S.'M and was resscl?; into the State. The court says that a bill to parole convicts who beh'ive them- elected to succeed himself in is:!.'. He American turf last year was the enorState can regulate the traffic inside of her selves. Tho system is in vogue in Ohio resigned in 18:17 und was for nearly 10 mous sum of ,080,270.111, divided af folyears president of the ( Jcorgiu railroad. lows: First money S1,7L'(),W00.07; second borders, but it is a violation both of the and has proved to beu bad law. Commoney :,il'I0.".0-2- thin! money SH,:il'.-00- . Constitution and the Inteistate The House passed the bill fixing the He was the oldest living House passed a bill 178to (17 for her to prohibit such truf- punishment for bribery at elections at The This is $1(18,580.50 more than was merce law Secretary of the Treasury won in Kugland in 1887, and within a fle between States or individuals in those a finu ranging from $10 to $'00 and to issue silver certificates of the denomi- fniction of $.'50,000 of the entire amount States. disfranchisement forever. TJLTTEB, Bills to appropriate $200,000 for u nations of 2,", l.'i and 10 cents, such cer- won in England, Ireland and Scotland in It isbelieu'd that Gov. Buckner will fourth Lunatic Asylum and $o0,000 for tificates to be redeemable, paid and reis- 1887. For the present year nearly every appoint Judge S. G. Sharp, of Lexingas silver cer- jockey club in America has increased its ton, to succeed Tate as treasurer of Ken- an Inubriato Asylum, are before the leg- sued in the same manner ON tucky. islature. There will be no need for the tificates of larger denominations and to added money and the amount to be run latter when everybody gets to be a prohi- be exchangeable for silver certificates of for this year will be betweenn $3,000,000 Tho Iowa republicans have, declared other denominations. and $4,000,000. bitionist. for Senator Allison for president. j i currod at his homo in Somerset Monday night, is almost iii.tho naturoof calarn ity to hl'i section. Public spirited, go"- -' emus und truo, hoIM more than any other one tiiiui for Somerset nnd l'alaski county, uudhisplaeocannotbo filled. Hi wus liian, who by dint of energy uud lino busimss sagacity, roSL. (mm poverty to a very wealthy and honored one. Besides owning a control ling Interest in the Somerset National Hank, he Was the largest btookholder in tho National Hank of Meridian, Miss., in addition to owning much valuable prop erty in Somerset and elsewhere. A better or truer democrat never lived than Hob Gibson and tho party loses a in his death, for he not only contributed largely of his means to aid it, but was ever ready to work for its since. In all the walks of lifu he was a noble example of the honorable man, who drew friends to him naturally, and his death will be sincerely regretted all over the State. usolf-mud- o wheel-horse uu-tirin- ir clear-heade- d The House .Wednesday .wraed the bill creating the branch jwiiituntlary at Eddwillo a State reformatory, und fix ing the salary of thoHaperintondent at : $2,500 a year. A democratic caucus was held in tho State House at Frankfort Wednesday night, at which resolutions were passed looking to an examination of all state ollioors and institutions, nnd to a reduction of taxation. The House has passed u bill which provides that in order that the law requiring a third conviction to carry with it a life sentence, that the oH'ensc for which the second conviction is hud shall have been committed after tho llrst conviction is had, and that the offense for which the third conviction is had shall have boon committed after the second conviction." Iiwyer Davison, seeing the storm of indignation nbout to break over his head, has offered an amendment to law, reducing luxation to tl cents and equalizing the number of days to be worked. This wont do. Its entire repeal will only sulfice. A measure that that takes the power of allowing claims from the county court and gives it to magistrates, will not strike u sonni-bi- o man as the proper kind of legisla tion. his-roa- CHURCH AFFAIRS. 1871. Nov. J. W; Pnitt is lying at tho point of death at his home in Louisville. Hev. J. J.Chishohu.of Hurrodsburg, Is assisting Hev. I. S. Mcelroy in a meet ing nt Mt. Sterling. The subject of Hev. John Hell Gib-- 1 son's: sermon for Sunday morning will be &lvery, eed and ,$le d- $table, LrCbmion Plants? Mill, 1888. 5?ivfc j ! - "Holy Ghost Baptism." Klder.1. S. Sweeney's mooting at Winchester had resulted in about a dozen convertions to last accounts. - Over $1,000,000 was put in Y. M. C. A. buildings in the Cnitod States Mast your. Over a half million is pledged in various cities for buildings which will be erected this year. Hev. P. G. KKom writes that he is well enough to eome to till his pulpit Sunday next. While sick his church cent him an excellent treat of good things, for which he is very grateful. . .Mold-In- g j I d car-loa- d .' , . 1 I -- e 1 -' 1 rosi-deu- j ' '' . 1 i ,, ..... -- , ; !!!;ru.er"u!;hrve respoiisi-f.f,tren- ..'" mJ 1 1 i to-du- v smple groceries slwhys full md complete. Lexing-sympath- y !,.- - J 5!M,-M.- -- .u,. ,it, 4 ' THE BEST THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. ' ' T. j two-heade- d 12j-pou- PLEASE OBSERVE 1 .. I i 4 silver-tongue- d Km-pir- e A FUJLJL AHIDBTMEINT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. y much-abuse- d w son-inda- ! let-bine- d j ; j - -- , -- I 1 1 , f i pi tIS3r12CT jm Jmrnmifomzzsc. j war-hors- e every-manufactu- re i - -- x39&a&mim$32$& wwrnmssmmt' ; GOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. WAliI and TV KITITTJHIL COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS HAND. B. K. WEAHEWT, IiJkJLL .h.J?jM v"-- ft .!''' l'-'j- : 'tvvJ,j,.'T'r j?,,yfr:a:'J yj!-ftyM;.- ifwtyfys----- ; ira- -- .,v:rTr. ,w r . - rri4 , iLlhnvr: -- '.. .. rr. .. . ........ iV -- ......: .; . ,.... Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal .Mahcii 23,"1888 IhrtiMV, Tor, W. I Walton. nearly new. Apply to Stanford, Ky., K. C. Kous. mill! by Howard 1'iiro llrown Leghorn eggs for I). Bruce. WALTON, nus, lliiiiiOT price paid for Hums, Sides, Mfl ntiKor Shoulders, Jowls, by T. It. Walton. T w Tins in the kind of a permission WALL I'hoche llrown, of t'olor, sent to County -- ai Clerk Cooper this week: "Thin is to I'rnm cent cheaper Centril W. S. PRYOR, Milt niltoo to 150 per of Wnll P.ipcr than ever hclore ktmwn infrom at AKcntiirkv Window Shades to IS GtllRONS' Parlor., DanSy combination I.argc.t Mock to nulcct Y JflAll, I N AUVAXUM l wflifj' H'l't I "' willing for (ieorgc Cobb MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. to marry my daughter Jennie llrown, election an Judge nf the ville, Ky il Candidate for r.iinti, Oilt, Vanii.he. and P.tlnlcrt' Suppllc., Window (il.en, etc " aged Id, as he has already ruined her Mr. A. C. Lilian, a widower, and Court of Appeal, from thin, the id llittrict, subject not o uul $a 50 will te eliarrfirJ to the .iction of the Democracy I'lANOS AND OIUJAN'S: Agents for John tlmrcli Co Mu.lctl Mtrcliaiull.c. and thought il herd for him to take .Miss IVrniulia IlluukciiHliip, spinster, eare of the proceed." were married at Itev. MePherson's by TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. that gentleman on the'.'dth. Yim, vi m, but won't they look sweet. Mail train giiing Norlli lojpin - .Mrs. J. A. (iiitfleltl announces that offer for ;ile privately the property on South 131pm There is nothing piettier than a pietty 43pm her daughter, Miss Mollie, will marry train " South 'I he lot iptess. ureet. occupied lv W. I.. Withi-ra' jo am woman in whiteand we are goingtohave " " North are ahout and her late father's secretary, J. Stanley coiu.iin. dwelling1'Aofacreroom., the improvement, nee m 3 North n frame a cl.lcrn, M.iule, txal r'relitlil South 7 6jjpm them to our hearts' content this sum- llrown, in the merry month of June. c.ary outuuuuins ana nu orchard he mer. A fashion note says: While will I'lielatlcrtraius alvi carry pas.engert mlTiricnt for an uddaional tiuildinj; lot to be Mr. I. F. Steele, a prominent cut ntT, and will ell the property a. it whole or The above Is calculated on standard tlnir. Solar be much worn by Indies during the comIn parcel. V M IIKICHT, Call on lime l about minutes faster. merchant, was married Tuesday At KarmenNutional Hank. IJ ing summer and real flowers will lie used in JeHersonville to Miss (Jeorgiu Collins, both as decoration on the dress and in K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. of Louisville, who is described as a beauthe hair. 'tram leaves KnwIanJ at 70 am ami returns at ty and as lovely in character as in face 6p m. Tin: of Maj. Reynolds was and form. After a short wedding trip Is Receiving His ha.e broken open Sit unlay night last and sev the Huppy couple will return to Ilustou-vill- Oenrgc Dpurcha.ed the lumber yard, of Mei.ri. M Itruce and will open Wearcn and MEANS BUSINESS. eral hundred pounds of bacon stolen, It Wearen. where congratulations ami good a big ard at the one purcha.ed of Mr will carry llekidc. lumber in rouuh and dre..ed, I repaired and was afterwards found in the woods and wishes will be showered upon them. WiTtm and jewelry a luj,"e line of window M.he., door, and khingle., warranted. A. It. Penny. guards placed near to seo who would At the residence of Mrs.S. A. Hutch- I.vlli. pol. and the picket fenceS formerly .old by Goods (J. MOCKER Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Giva him a Tr ial. Tin: bent place to buy drug, patent come for it. They did not have long to ison yesterday aftermsui, Iter daughter, Mr. Wearen. It. medicine and toilet articles is at A. M irtin made his apwait 1" fore Frank Miss Lizzie Hutchison, and Mr. Hennett To Farmers of Lincoln and Casey. Penny's. school luniks, ink, tablets, pearance and commenced to take the II. Conn were united in marriage by HIlr your napcr, js'iicils and school supplies of all meat away. Caught dead to rights, he itler John Ilell tlibson. Attendants, Mr. of N'eUon" (Slilet have kinds from A. It. Penny. was taken before a magistrate and sunt Jackson Conn, of Altamont, and Miss patent bought the "l'ride per cent, on tiiuare We can ave you 30 fence I guarantee all watches and every lame Susie Woodyard.of Ilrodhead. Thebride, rail fencr will make your old on for further trial. M.trtiu is a land .1. lone after it fall down ai it hat Mood, le of Jewelry I sell to bo just as repre- man and the one who a few years ago and monger than It ever wj, for five cent per IDIRITO-CKESwho is a handsome and exceedingly A. II McKI.N'.NT.Y. (Ca.ey.i sented. A. It. Pennv. came near being convicted of breaking worthy young lady, wore a gray cloth pannel. ille, Ky. W !. McKIS'NKY, Asenl, Stanford. local- open the grange store In the same tailor made suit, with hat to match, and DECIDEDLY PERSONAL il.v. " UnCkEH.tlEC. looketl unusually well. The groom is a r. nun ,,sr' DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Mum. 1' s sn: (i 1:1:1 v has been lek for ami his farmer in Wi; were twitting .Judge Morrow yesSTANFORD two weeks. FANCY ARTICLES, &0. friends congratulate him on winning the fact that bis Cut. 11. F. PpwKi i. went to liuisvflle terday over one of the Statecounty was MILL COLIPMY ill make him so excellent a help o far as the haulier i'hy.ician prescription, accurately compounded. Wednesday. Manufacturer of when he remarked meet. The present were numerous and Miss .viA ill Kinxky Is visiting Mi-- s idiots are that all of them were so adjudged lK'fore useful, among which was a gold watch pioorln;?. Wonthorbonrdinu, Colling. Mary llrown. and haiu from her brothers, who are Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Saah, the judicial ermine. I Mi:. It. W. (iixuNH continues tpiitc ill he Etc. Sash. Doors nnd Bllnda always , THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, conductors n the I., .t N. The train of the said that many if an allectiou of the bladder. idiots are really lunatics and that he in- sto)M-i- fur them at the house hist even- - In stock. Mit. Maiik II viiiu.N left Wednesday to CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. tended to have thuiit thu.-- adjudged. He ing and the party went tij to Mt. Veriit his amntsat Montieello. Kver liroucht to this market. Prices lower than ami .Mrs. .1. W. trow non, when-Mr- . Mh. M. K. Daw-o- v has been acting rather flsred us too with the remark were to thcloue.t. Watches, Clock, and Jewelry lie. entertain them last night. that U'lcolu county not only had her paired on short notice and warranted. deputy sheritrduring thecourt. and are daily receiving our We have received of idiots, but that she had the eleKant line of Sprint: Millinery. We have left Mis K in: II n. is back from a week's full ipmta DEATH'S DOINGS. nothing; undone to make our Mock uuctiviable distinction that the State is isit to Mn. II. (i. Fox, in lloyle. throughout on- - d her idiots who was Kitwiv. For several months Mr. a well .elected ilcMdcof our Milliner), we will have Call l.adiet Knihrmdcry. line P. Mi Ai.i.isTint is again with supporting Mit. It. born of the coliHbitatioii of a full brother Samfoiil F.rwin has sullered intensely and examine our stock hlorr on Laoca.ter it C'Ol'RIS i COX the girl hen1. He means business. from a cancer of the throat and his "' I'liu.iis, of the Mammoth and siter. changed appearance showed how fast I Cave lli.i" it, arrived yesterday ami two CuiiTiT Coi iit. The testimony in the his life was being eaten away. Tuesday happy. hearts are case of I.. II. Carter for killing Tom night death came to Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, his relief and pain Miss I.1.IK Faiiiii has leturned from Moore was all in by 10 o'clock WednesI.nn has J le- -ly relieved him of his burden. A net T ''.JS" Interior opened otfice, a aster st., J nunial the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over , a visit to Miss lV's-i- e FnrrN, at .Function day, when after the preparation of the native of (ieorgia, Mr. F.rwin removed to jtock of .iddiiryto.d. which he uiiudi privatev durinir the wit. and on i.crv Saturday City. tiyual instructions in such cases, the ar- Kentucky II number of years ago and court day will hold auction., nen he will dispo.c Mas. It. s. l.wrKiind .Mrs. Dr. W. II. gument The attorneys for the l ...,.rrt,..l ' -- ti.u I U,',.. , " aa Mmu ot liariies. aii.i ..uiuurv K.)o.i " Penny an' spending the week with Mrv. ilefeiiHo I'litini that while the facts elicit- DAVIS .laughter of Mr. T. .M. I.illard, of Hoyle. J iiii.tos. A. m! Feland. the same as at the To them wen- ltorn four ed were Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better children who Mu. Ai.i.k.n Hksi.kv, who recently suf- former trial, they uot them in much betare still living, lly a previous marriage HXX.TOJST6C fered paralytic stroke, continues in a ter shatM before the jury this time, while grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the he had one child, a son, who is at prcs-Ilkl UK Is critical condition. the Commonwealth failed to present as cut u State Senator in Tennessee. Mr. trade. Come and see our goods before making j'our selections. Mu. C. K. (fKMiir, wlu has been heie gissl a case. A yi'ir ago, when Frwin was a mcinlK-- of the Christian KOWI. N1), KY, fnee the death of his wife, returned to case, was hoard, the jury stissl seven for You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. church, and an upright, conscientious Wichita, Kansas, Wednesday. live for manslaughter. and llase just opeaeii a ntw Moc's of M.n's and llojs' A very Chester-Hel- Clulhm;, flat., Cap. Hojis, Shoe.. Dry Goods, man in every respect. atMiss .May Helm, who has claimed that tliev The in manners and a well reatl man Notiuii. and Ka.ndy lironric.. AIo dealers for . College of luii, made out a in exchange loal. tending the Cincinnati case than but withal he was a most agreeable compan- goods Country produce taken Come one, c mc ..t Inchest mirkct price MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. returned home Wednesday on account of the jury after wicstling with it L't hours ion ami won for him many friends, who all, and learn the aJvjntj.'t. in trade. a malarial attack, with which she U now were discharged last evening, standing! will sorrow with the grief stricken fami suffering. foracipiittal to :i for manslaughter. ! ly in their loss. The remains were in-Mati:iim.v Pkvtos, 1Cii., bs)king its The ease of the First National Hank terred in the l,tnville cemetery yesterAM) i'KRSONAI.TV if his new home had ustsl him kindlv, against l..'i Hubble, Ac, has been set day morning. will mi Having determined logo to (Cuoxvillc, arrived yestenlay to attend court, lie for trial for the flth day of the term.'.'Sth. my place at Highland, Ky , sell at public out.ry, t is much pleased with Knoxville and beof Judge and Mrs. lliigrins v. sharp, on beginning at 10 o'clock FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. lieves it lias a big future. the town of CrabOrch.ird has been reinSATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1888, Sir Dixon is the favorite for the PorMu. I). .1. Nkwuhiiv, of lhntonvillc, stated and is set for trial on the '.'7th. bv .It S to and (i.lllifet IK'Xt at 1:1 to My 'cs and implements, vti- A hay horse, 3, the rejtiexi'ntative of Downer lro'. The grand jury had returned i:i inj ears old, good for any kind of farm work, very, ' gentle and a good buggy horse, a hruwn horse o A Fairview Nursery in Todd county, was dictments to yesterday, mostly for misTltere is ii luu.itiii ii.tiu mu in ,lnrsCia):oolrn, n cow, acalsos, a"0L' ni1poultry, '"" olu' .er);, ' oJ ploi' lokheep, ",Jlll,: here Tuesday. He tells us that he is demeanors. II will h- is session several fLcd. early S)nio seed Christian COIllltV 00 feet long tllld Olllv aiuantityofcorn-ndothe- r meeting with great success and it is no days yet. w. 011, i buggy, set potatoes, i good fnnn ten wide hoiiM? K one of the of ougg) liarnes, t set ul vnle u.igou harness, i wonder since his The trial of the prohibition apostle, set ol double do , a harrows, plow s, i r.idlc, .) thes, Breckinridge write that he is confi- hoes, spades, folks , patent corn inot reliable anywhere. It is alo one lr. I ton rue, for selling whisky unlawfulsaddle, t Congress will take aiioutoijo mid numirons other otiier articles; also of the 1111M extensiM', having out 1,(00 ly, w.w called yesterday and created dent that the feet best iiulity poplar busing lumber, the tics: oil of tobacco. several bales of Snuiglcs, etc ; houvehold fur aS4r. more interest than a murder ca.se, acres devoted to its nursery. I niture, i very good Cabinet organ, with 4 stops .1. W. (iivens bought for C. It. I win, being full of people to hear and knee swell, 4 bedsteads and mattresses, one LOCAL LORE. a pair of coinbined folding lounge, vrrygood rocking chair, othir it. It was "the little in ill's" of ewing rr.av.hme, chairs, taiilss, swing rradle, inarcri from a Went laid party for Slot). patent imps, clock, a No S cooking More, 7 healnry good Kliilish Fi:iii Fimi Friilay at S. S. Myers'. " intention to defend himself, but at the ing loses, patent churn, V. M. Collins, of Miihon, has gun, kitchen safe, lust moment he weakened mid called double barrelled quantity of pans, crockery and other articles, a '.'tiO,0()0 pounds of tobacco, ai an Moi.Ahfor curing hams at !0 cenis Judge S.tulley to his aitl. It was proved lot olgu nl (.lutlitng, Arc. Term cash. ice per gallon at Metctilf t and admitted that the "Bourne, from average of 1! cents and lias the uiot-- t of! forAli at the same tune and piknob will be offered laud with good saU about 87 acres of good mile whence no traveler ictiirns sick," had fit in the warehouse dwe Iniir house hirecti. situate , stock of the llneM Caddie-- .list will m.a rent to the highest bidder l.siiui: lllKhl.i.i.l. Terra Cotta, with lL'."i up, beat .Miss far th iprm nl nut- i ear. conluiencin;? Aurll l. S3. sold Hill Foster a compound containing Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture received at A. A. Waueii's Model IlSt ill the Sheridan Stakes at the farm on Inch now roidc, Lontaining 57 ft cents wotth of tincture of ginger in '.'II Ford goouo room iiousu, goou uar. i uuu oin. ,i .... atres, wun i t iii ""tig", nine mmi a iiuaiu-i- , :.. .1 mt er buildings thereon, coaditnns to be made knosvn ' and,TJndertakers Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods cents wort II ol WIIWKV, llllll II HOOK Ol iu. J,MIN' w K0V- This should be borne in mind when " - '"J can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conKi:mi:imi:u that Louis "i- Itlegel will formulas and Dr. lloiker were introduc' Vllillineer ? . Con e ed totdtow that the mixture was author - Iccting a winner for the Kentucky Han negative-- , heiv next take vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. ied, but while the formulas gave one cap. s picture lak-- n ami get a There have been heavy rains in lor making .lain lica ginger, it failed to Southern California and fears of a short S. 1.. I'owr.icsit Co. have moved to state that so large an amount of whi-k- y ,; ill the Funis it was authorized. .In lge Mm row ruled crop this year have been abandoned. In their double We will make a specialty oil Itanisey building and the new establish this testimony out an I stated that the Texas the winter has been a wet one. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) prohibition iw prevailing in the conn- - There have, in fact beeu abundant ruins' HORSE AND JACK BILLS, incut wears tpiite a citilled air. ; n n,i; i :,...! tv was such that whib .lainaica ginger throughout the southern country dining ur.i r4uiitir iiitr......... i i., i nr. .Mimi ..... .ul iii Wr. have received iart ,.t our spn. igi . .... .. it'itli tK ...........- Vi.i'cn'innr .. l " ",m" " ,,",,1", l ' "LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' """ VVT . Oltiei Ol nii.i.nns is lion's children's A rlt'orricomtsn t u nf thpm tnt 5(:t- tin. sitntii uiniiit '"""V. iimiu as liourue no sucli coatpoiiuii iNj.- HOfKS Shoes anil those who have used then for in.ll,0,C01lIl,; lllHlru,.teil the jury ,,e Win. Anson Wood Mower ami son. and h.tve added largely to yenm will testify that neie a e mm - u UiSAnt,x i,iin if they ditl not enter.per Co., while here on business last our stock of Cuts. Give us a call Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Tvice Daily, ' better made. IlruceA: .McUoiiciH. ,.,; . ., i was n;t,m i,;u .....i. :.... ...t i.. . ' ' , kll,,i,li. .l.uilit that, the sale ,. " ..f Mr , T illiu t siiniiits unu mn.3, ui iii , Ttia mjUTkibMN KUUTiii TO UALiIFUKNXA. - iiiniun.-mane prior 10 iu cow, aosie, ami uau same interview, vonte.iersey Or it farmers would do well to examine IAS KTIllCTEXASsSIUHn' inure was (tipped to Ins Home at llustonviile. K. C. WALTON, H. M. the new patent fence ad veitised by A. tlio limling tne iiuuciiieni. Several p.innels of it Miiue doubt as t the exact date of the Price understood to be a little less than It McrCinnev. unt .muikiami rapi. sue ami upon irnns .ews CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 12, 1303. have been put on Two hogs disappeared from the take niiide his only arirnent, attor adinittiiiu'j W. F. McKinney, the agent, Springs Distillery Owcnsboro Octo-lathat the judge was right in regard to the KlflAtJ IJ1 tifl..vrDOAr:r. leisure in explaining it. TUAINb .()RTII" prohibiting the siie of whisky for ber l", 18S7. These same two hogs have IK ATNrfs(7UTi t ." Nu .Ni, ' .Nu. 5, N'ii. 4. .Nu. I. No No. 3. Tito-- r. liberal ineichantH, Messrs. any purpose whatever oy a uruggist who just been recovcicd, alive but somewhat STATIONS. N.i Dally. st Kinnaird, of Danville, call the has no license as the doctor. The jury emaciated, from the bottom of an unused ll.ll!-- . I'.x, Sun, Diily. Lilly. D.iily. Dail), attention of our lady readers to their tin- thought that the time was too indelinite well, where they have been living una 6 ij p I rv 64U.1 m 10 J5 a Scop ni 7 53 a in lse.....Ciiicuinilt 817am 4 03 ini ...illijiiilu'ii. I.'se 5 tj a ...,..... t 30 a 4 Jj p m 0 Si am 3 47 I'm, 9 35 1"" usually large stock of spring goods, in a ulll accordingly iiciMiitted Itoui m meager diet of bad air siuco their disap10 a m ..Iieargctass-ii..J a ni M v) a m 7 oj in 10 .17 p in .Lexington... llaniing "ad. " on our fouitn page. Linm j n p I'he cases of YV. C. Harnett and AI pearance, the months since. ni 10 15 a ni .. 11 ,ioi ni 7 35 p mjil i3 3 45 a 4 j p in 7 iu jR pm 8oj pm n J3 pm Niihul.issillr. ............. J7 a I" I "7 1' " 3J3H tin well to investigate Camden, charged with maliciously shootcoln people would In our next issue will appear the ad1 tin J pM pm 9 10 p 111,12 30 a in it 15 a m 3 10 p nr 3 Jon in Junction (.'lly ! Us Somerset . m 13 30 2 os, a II ot a ill lojjra i ji m 3 tsi pnn. their stock and prices. ing ut each other, were set for the Sth vertisements of V. M. Hue's Oranby, Oakilale ) 5! pni it JJ a 6 50 ji ill 5 Jj a ne 3M5 p ni J J a il Ar's...Cli.iltanoo:i. .I.'se 7 lu p m orsi a Aj.m 4 l 2,IS!I; tilenview Chief and Silver King; day and the 5 cases against Cmrlie 1000 pm 850 am, 6oopml.'se .Lliattinooi;a .Ar's t. 40 p m Tiik usual storm which comes with liquor unlawfully, for to- C. T. Sandidgo's llainleU)eninark; T. H. A SPECIFIC FOR for cm p in r'v Attalla .. J ju P in the equinox arrived on time, though the day. 10 U 15 pm 3 3"i I" 30 j 45 p nunJ 48 p m I.'se ilirmiushani. Wright's l'roxie and his two jacks, CopTuscalousa... p m1 n 40 a 9 5011 m 5 cold wave predicted for Tuesday night diseased tic, ami Wonder; Levi Dibble's Tab YV. Adams, for, selling m Ar'v ...Mcriili.ui .I.'se s 10 a m to opui .1. 10 55 p in 4 to morn615am o 30 a Ar'v .. Ness Orleans .I.'se iuoi p in 301pm .was several bourn late. Tuesday incut, was acquitted and so was Mat Mor- mage, and his jacks, Henry Ward needi10 nop m ,.r's 4 30 a ml. ve...,MMi'ruliau ing the mercury read llV; Wednesday it gan for "toting" a pistol. 8 35 a m I.'se 0 14 p in .Ar'v Jackson er, Joe illackhurn ami Ilrigunlia, ami L. cxi pm -- Ppr..Ma ,.. 00a in I.'se., ..VicLtbttrK. ... alnful was down to 10. Yesterday morning Monroe jo p m I.'se C. II. Holes, Hubert Harding, I). darner's Itlack Denmark ami his 10 nj a 4 Messrs. temnty ad JL, rofRS fino it n ...! 8 15 pm'Ar'v. ..Shreseporl... ground was covered with a the J. 11. McFcrran, of Danville, aro attend- jacks, lllack Hawk and l'rince. or N. II. Train No. 9 leaves Oalclalc at 6 05, A M, and arrises in Challirna at qy; ski. .'i. ic Uascs snow and a blinding wind fnnn the ing court. Mr. .1. W. tiuest, thu owner of Term Chattanooga at 4 00, P. M., and arrives at Oakdale at 7 J3 northwest with snow still flying, made T. L. Shu Hon Cotta, will not send him Hast this seaOnu of the cases against Mann lloudoir HurTct Steepinc Car on all trains. outdoor exercise peculiarly disagreeable. for running u beer club at Howland waa son, though he is entered there. He .V l'... Ag. H. CtllJ.llltAN, I'.ei.'l JOHN C.OAUI.T, General Manager, V Uken dorine the CHANOl OF LTFK. wmH '.'2 but warmm Uiuu fat fcrolded. The, mercury was down to K. CAKKOI.L, General Superintenu'en't. triiil yesterday ufternoon. Hung jury thinks he can make, more on him by tnflerlM nJ dinger will b by Mr. keok "Himaoi to Woiux,',aaaUd free. General OOicei, St. Tanl lluilding, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. er, fair weather wait promised keeping him in the West, where ho will and held over until this morning. B4Bfuub Hmdlito- - Oa, AUmU, Oft. lireely. Sl'-'.oO, PubllBhod Kvory Tuouday nnd Friday 8a vk your monoy and toll by going t not HiifTor the weight penalty put on A. K. fiibbons', Danville, and buying winners in this Kant. The Kustcrn bookcheap wall patior, paint, oils, Ac. makers have him on their lists, however, and are giving big odd, with suckers I.kavk your measure with John II. ever ready to take them, pay or play. Craig Son, Stanford, Ky., for suits to b' made to order, by Jlrowning, King A. NKW AKVKin'ISKMKXTS. Co., Xcw York, or Wnnamaker it llrown, Philadelphia, at ?lf), $18, .0, 2?, barrels at $1.75 at to $7."), and trousers fl.fiO to S7."0. H ALT. Ivui Hamilton's, Itowl.mci assured or no sale. s el Satis-faetio- 1 o-:R,.A.:r:- D SPRING OPENING! PAPER ii km DECORftTtOHS lJ:it juik;e I ue-Wli- cn f I A-- A. E. GIBBON'S, DANrVJCUCE, KY. I Dan-H- e I 11 . 1 Mo (Co 1 iront-aije- i. 3BUFJL1EY, IIus-tonvil- lo I liTJMBEPl I I TABS! MERCHANT TAILOR AND SUMMER meat-hous- e e, SPRING GOODS., r 1 I ur-t- h Ao Uo T Hu-to- PENNY, & L ltockt-ustlt- - "" maw-h- ow PLMIRG crmi-enii'd- , I d l 1 11 MrLXxiiTsa'! firl-cU- Cit BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! 1111 first-cla- ; - ln-ga- riltnrtU-nft..r-.lr,- - 11 K suls-tantiall- y - 11 DAVIS 1 tin-sam- e r General merchandise, ls-e- d proM-cutio- 111 ls-tte- r GEO. WEAHEN, MN'G'H. 1 SALE OF LAND I A i NEW FURNITURE STORE I Tin-sui- 1 - - - -- ' grind-stone-- ., shell-cr- Win. sw&MSMm mi a 1 pro-cu- ! bald-heade- d 4 I pm-cha-- ed .1 1 breech-loadin- g - .1 - I -- 0111 I ,,' - .... - ' I I I . . - M - ) - Tucr-day- . -- llrst-clas- TO HORSEMEN. More-roo- i QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. -- -. I ," v- '""'1 ,,,, ""', I ",.,," i,..i. -- i fr - I ( -- f. s . j" ri.,, i s - i- court-squar- e - -- iek IRADFIELD'S Kob-eitso- n . 111 111 111 111 . . 4 111 7 1 C.-.- l. !! BEBDIiATUtt . . 111 I 111 11 . . (1 . . 1 111 . 111 Ad-aiil- s, 111 .1 II 1 1 Woman's Diseases 1 111 11 . . . 111 half-inc- h p T.B,.r 11 4 , 111 . MENSTRUATION !'. . . j VV ..' '.- - f4 . w- EW!'U ?W! T - ITV'iin iiVtrr! ilni m iiiiwwjiwtisMasisis. 2S.jL. ,, !' "?" ., rfri ir" whe i!1m itar js ' i '' .4 ! .l ,' 2 N .XDl3ST"V"IIjXjE3:; KLUvnariR KZEIsTTTJaZlTy v.i Wc have received our entire Spring purchase and now have ready for inspection the Largest and Handsomest and in every the Host Attractive Display of Fine Dress Goods. Elegant Trimmings, Rugs, Novelties and Notions, That wc have ever had. IJcautiful and striking shades in- - Henriettas, Almas, Tailoring Checks, Plaids and Stripes, Side Bands, Challies, Surah Silks, Fancy Silks, Satins, BLACK SILKS and many other NOVELTIKS not heretofore shown. MO-TITBTTS, We claim to be, without fear of contradiction, the leading CARTKT HOUSE in this section. We show VELVETS, BOD? BB.TJSSE1.S, TAPISTRT" BRTJSSELS, AND AIJL HTGRAZBTS, all LOT THE NEWEST AND MOST APPROVED PATTERNS. figures. Wc have many new and pretty things which we have not space to mention. Prices LOWER than ever known. SSTMattings in Pretty and Attractive Colorings, in all qualities and remarkably LOW New styles in Bead Wraps and Bead Trimmings; new shades in Kid Gloves; pretty things in Neckwear, Silk Umbrellas in large variety. Come to see us; it will pay you. ROBERTSON & KINNAIRD, Danville, Ky. tkamc v .nKBKKT.n i. , "Fast Lynne" in humble life has jwt dr. w. n. rsNN. ATTENTION, FARMERS been enacted in Cherokee county, (.5a., & will i j j the hii;rict iah prut fyr r'reth with all the leading characters complete. 1'f.S'i tJ be delnrrrd at the 1' migrant llmite, Tho Original Wins. The "Sir Archibald" of t lie story is Mr. fSaSFiS: Crab On. hard, h.t. -" " MwCwNPm . CRAB ORCHARD. M. I.I INI. S ION 3 AVilliam Dimsdale, who met a pretty on I..meaner t.. oppo "Isabel Vane" in the person of Miss AM oik guaranteed lo gi t en site .Aire. K. V. Jonen anil Miss Alice Regulator, Kil'J bjr Zetllu iSri. LOUIS SCHLEGEL, M. A. S. L. M. hut (or 4; ye tiiiilK The collide worn married ami tire tatittactiou Hardin have received a portion of their inuiuiiiiun. IIILIIII I n. two children came to them. Then "Sir IlTirtrSIA.SlCK lll.ri.l-l- l l.Ntt. now spring millinery. ArrtTiTi. Soi-- bToMACii,' Etc. Francis Lovison" appeared in the perA hop given at the. College Hall last Her. T II. Ileami, 1'attor M. 1C. KIC'IIMO.Vl),. - ICV. rtoimi, lenn., "I Friday night by thu young men of C. 0. son of Andrew Harper, who led the wife inouiu nare vnlor your i.enulne teennrilciJ but del from her allegiance, and they eloped. 3T JJ enjoyed. M. A. Sim. was well attended and much V I'homsrapci in jM tyk and in lViurci mom Liver Medicine. I h. v. Mrs. Fannie Kduiiston sold out her Word came back from Xorth Carolina India Ink, Crayon and Water Clor ometlme New had to nbalitut 'c IStDO "Zeilin'a tufl" for .nr M..11 that, abandoned by her paramour, Mrs. !gn Inl'rimn a M it at very la price 15.C41 J t C It It stock of millinery goods here and left fCOutrJ cine, but It don't aner the this week for MeKinney, where she will Dimsdale sickened and died. Mr. . s. M MTIK JMI M, IKHklNt, tppul Dr.J. It. Onvei, Editor Tkt heart turned to n charming "Ilar-bar- a HKomir. ui, n.,.ma, iy7 trim for some lady in the millinery busiII Hclega it Jere I! ill ill .land at my Ma HaHiit .MrrnphU.Tenn. tiyi received a rtarkat.. nl vmi. r.i. Hare," in the neighborhood, namlhi tcatuii, at $3, CASH, at t ne of tervi. Albright A' Martin liej It inform their many ness there. klediclne, ind hae utcil halfol it, friend and cutonicr of the change in firm name LOI'ISVILLK, KY frciiriif w it iwithiatf It work tike a charm. I wint nn with pntil-g- e Rev. It. A. Hopper, of Lebanon, is ed Miss Sarah Holcomb, whom he marI better l.ier Ilegulator and 'f II lit ItNMDr ried six weeks ago. Friday night ChrisMEN'S conducting night services at the no more ulZcilin't mututc MARTIN & PERKINS, us Dimsdale and his new wife Kit at tian church this week. It was he who The new firm hope, not (till) tonuotain the repu FINE FURNISHINCS, conducted a successful protracted meet home, with the two children sitting betation of the old, but intend lo make man) im tween them, the door suddenly opened piotemcntiin the manufacture of lubaco whith ing hero lnt full. He is a cultured and will be lo the interest of our cutmer. We will and there stood the "Madam Vine" of Undorwoar, devote tpeciat alteutinn la our Natural Leaf forcible speaker and all who can ixissi-brand of Kentuik)' best leaf. Thanking ou the story, who was not dead, but who, CHICKEN bly go to hear him ought to do so. Hosiery, forp.)t favors and akmc fur a loniinuation of Kepeetfull) your. jour trade, we remain Miss Nannie Itingaman, of Cedar returning, crept up to the window to get M VKIIN.V I'f KKINS Gloves, yin Creek, is visiting the Misses Hutchin- one glance at her children. When she Cholera Cure ! saw them, overcome with emotion, she Fine Custom Shirts son. Mrs. Pollv liresham has returned EDWARD H. FOX, '"t the temptation to enter, MY SPECIALTY from Middlcburg. Miss Maggie Davis is ' l'oul not ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, Thit tine tallion will make the Mon of i" at thu guest of MUs Alice Ward this week The scene was dramatic indeed. Now (tli and Main. Mr. Dimsdale is at a loss how to dispose in) farm, 3 mile from Stanford. 011 the Stanford Mr..Felantl Hiiitt, from Missouri, spent temporarily, at least, of one of his wives DAXVILLIO. ICV. .1110 trail piM, several days of last week with the home AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. There are more schemes in the world folks here. Mr. George. Harris has gone Hat moved to hit elecanl new building onnotite than a man could keep cases on with a the iMsiutlicc and ft better than eter treiared to lltcriptlnn and IVdiree VniiMnt llamhlr to London and secured a position then'. public pKture from tnnian i a lilick horT, loale.t lit in hamlt patent adding machine. One of the lat- THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. accommodate the tin, with line guaraniccu. liujli, two tvlulc fcrt behind, mrcd lit William IJiiutiiiajjii to me Wtltli,lt lttd)k't llainhlttomin, ilnm Kallr It i s eithera strict license law or pro- est is still another improvement on the IILuk .san, tirliuv. It !lir Vermont, l dam ii The created reduction in price cter known at appahibition. Kither the one or the other. by Htlin't Yorkshire, b) Imp orktlorv, yl dam O. W METOALP. JR , WALT KK FIELDS' t (hoeing and repair Little Kinilv. by Wayner, lit Sir (.baric, bir sr The prohibition sentiment is strong and ratus, mill this one is to operate on the hop. Thanking my friend for their past faton Kmily Speed, bt Imp LrtUfhan, Arihv; .Ui I solicit the tame in All Luid I'aikolct, llrrenilritrr, it is growing. He is a foolish man who principle of "put in two nickels and take done in the bet of the future. warranted of work AnY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. th lUrn lij .Maryland h dam dam style and to gie by 7th dam In I'liirni. th either denies or closes his eyes to tho out your photograph." If a man tries to vitifaction or no pay. Anything in iron or wood tytli dam t) Silkv, bt I'nttel, Sue Itinilt, that you want ie me a trial and be convinced. Specif in llrutc' stud lltxik Vol i p.iiYer fact. A license bill, general in its terms, beat the machine by putting in only one CSK AI.TEK FIELDS, TurncrtvilU-a tine, blif liorxi. ttith the inoiit llainlilftonian mm .J ure lUlMMPS'iP" and Will practn e in any court in Ktern Keilu ky lint strict in its provisions, and enforced ,by nickel, a placard leading "ItnN." tlcilliamkmh1 Imidc, ami nt I'riiiccbrerilrr, b Welth, the irc lmKn Knamiiiatumt of land lillet maitc a tpetulty Any uretl the authorities, is the one thing needed "Come Off." is flaunted before his eyes, can lr.il in al .uid miiii'ral tjml Tr al, J ai. Jeremiah a 11S. Ut'ie tr.i. t of timber, tlie j tileil liv lit ale. Ilif rmation tiirnmhril ..n any p ml and or j Jo or bitter William Wrlth Thousands of dollars worth of to break the force of the prohibition and if he still wants Ids photograph he iltk Mainblitimi.in, pritatc rinfMd tt, it dam retpondeuie t li itc.l jj, if thviUmofitutUir iTinc, jr. ami i.v importni elm kens le every year from ( hol- htrength. It in the sale to minors, the must put in two more nickels or lose the It rutie (un of Ciiltn) and irruf in inilt. trnltrr, cr. ,l js tlnn one already deposited. The iuvelitor sale to drunkards, and tho sale to nt Xambrum. bt Imp ,."rL ,aWl tn Triiitee. i ilain by a Mimrnrr, Vt mimit btliiK a KtuHUHHiof the treat .ill Other UlCaSCS COlllblllCli. Illlt the of known habits of intoxication thinks this device will sweep the counlltMltk lluinblitiMilHii. thr ramle.t lre litintr, . ......... flitoutsvutt wtwjtirCHm6i) Rtla- llial fjltirtly andl'.ill'. Yerimmt cnl.lnl, b.i ked bv thiir ' U,SrOVcrJ ol a which feeds the prohibition feeling. try and make his fortune and perhaps it .uKliltrctl. will male hue t.K k lior- - llvwltk'. (t,rtS it ll.1S bcell made, .111(1 tO be CODTake away the anise, and a proper li- will. , n of .MamhrtiHi, llamhleliHiiau, bt And.ilUh, MUl etl Ot US ClillMCy OIll)' requires .1 dam bv Imp llellluumler. nl dam bt lllahup287C must cense law will do it, and the ll..mbfitom..n,addamht Imp M tmfer. trja jK Daniel Lambert was probably the fatbottle is CnOtlf'h far Covington Commonnecessarily go. (iill' VfniHint.tiv DiiHniinjr' Vetmiint, lre of one ' nillKlrCU ChlCkeilS Leaving ll'jth test person that ever lived, lie was born It IS gtl.ir-- ( the dam 11fU11iK.ua; J i i.t dam I., I ommhu., wealth. I f, after Usillg tWO tllircls of lUrklcy) m of I olumlHi., .ire ot t imrtdeNry. ailtecd in 1770 and died in 1M,I. He at Leiee.-tLOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI (V III II 1ll)lt 01 .tei- - . VIV ' Charles Voorhees, son of Senator oottle, the buyer is not tlioroughlv measured i) feet 4 inehes around the iivdrat, a; ,d d nn In .M.itclilnu, ire td the ('.III' Wruiont " ,,h!.r.,,,t"' mi of ('Mm. iv, Daily, Secure tu Traveler, satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken is the Congressional delegate from waist, and the calf of his og was I!7 ineh. , llonntr Iluv, it, llluck Mnria, j " MJ ri ; .iU. itr oi tii dam nf L iiolcra, return it to the undersigned v, and ;t;an Washington territory. ' Although he has es in circumference. His weight was (iiintictt.i Wilke 10K, N'ollle I. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE A, TbtKmu vnnr lUOIU'V Mill l)C rClllUUCU. no vote in the House he can introduce 711!) pounds. A yminj: man Kliezer Outlaw aW. IViriiio, Ladt ilaiMi 11M ,,,,U Kenllvatrlrr Tor Sale b McKnlwrlt SStaei:. t, ady I'atrhcnirvJ,VH. anddam f all the bills he chooses. He has presentrecords that he was himself one nt the ttitkt (it'iitieman iiS, anil Lter ntteinnted between the great commercial I'bil rbnnipiin j ed one int'iiMire at least which show of 11 young men who, in 1811, stood v, v i Ty citiet on the Ohio Kit er and Cluciiro, and heme tmlileumi in, bt Ahdallah. ir of IttMltk' ill y iV7't tliat lie lias statesmaus wood m lus within a buttoned waistcoat that had the fattett time an;l mott Lomfortable train beS,r alter i 7; lit .Urn bv Lharlv. Kent inure. NeWDOrt NCWS & MlSS. ValleV CO. tween all point in the South, or to the Weit and I. lino llellli.un.lcr, jdiUmOne Ktc, by lli.linp veins. It is a bill to regulate spelling once belonged to Lambert. ne cotintern.trt of ihi train nn all Northwest dam Siltertall, by Imp Milll.unb'iliiHi.in. trunk line it denominated The Limited I'.xprett. I'ntatc trial at i u.ni "f net m Ii J ilulriklo t'iiKer Knilik,d llaiiiblttnnmn i the aire nl by law, tho amended orthography to bo The tupcrb rolling ttotk we employ give patrimi la a iStimf ,17 other with reiord 'Ik Nettie , ;o "Cieorge," asked the teacher of a ' Ii.indt Inun Hit finitt liune, neiier: 1110 ni tno nam ni iri.itti j uf ami m mi Onrkb.it taught in all government schools. The Unlimited Comfort. ' l br it Imrtt in nlher'ti.tl.rtc..r,U..f.inrUtur HO'At all Oflice in the South tht licit hrei'iltr irid thi h I elast, "whom, above all oth-e- you will find Coupon Ticket and tinfiSSFIfirlKP tV ML measure make war on the silent "e," as Kentutk) to tin our time tablet ticket, bay Mo and on nfftreillibtral pil n at mi Inv a pruc Vermmit DuttrutiK') bv HIM', ltlack Hawk, Vt UUlLj S shall you wish to we when you get nun, get Monon and ttick to .Monon, if you want ttruii mi )own in "live," "bronze," etc., and advocates irenf It. I'.llian Allen j t Vermont a.t.l .1, ., to ave money and hate a pleat in t journey. iJ ln. .if .1... .lain, .il lnii,.., K. O. McCOKMICK, the adoption of "ake" for "ache," "an- to heaven?" With a face brightening up $30 to Insure a Living COlt. in nl AUD SOLID TRAINS ol M.iinl.rin) llrut'r, the lrt of PULLMANrCARS , I'attengcr Agent, Chicago General AS, Hullo W1U011 ker" for nnchor," and other abbioviated with anticipation, the little fellow shout-edCity Ticket Agent and Otficert. ill lllitrk Hawk, h Mierin.m .Morgan, ilam Sired bt tVILKIXNMIC "(ierliahr-flio- on VIIKK,lrvnf lllaik I'.. A Duiknkk, n7 4tU Ave., Louitville, Ky. Christian New York forms for certain words. Hill' lll.uk llattk t the m.ir I, M, Tiikkekce, u j Vine tt , Ciuiinnali, Ohm rrincc i:i(, Klniley ;'(',, and the dam ol atit IrnttliiK nl .'taratoKH Jay. Lauict 7S, irenf little mack jack, j a World. Atnerli.i TO WtiohiriKton, Richmond Allen Dam Alley, triiil j'joU, dam nl Wiltim . J. 01, lith in .1..!.. 1 ..JtS..1... and ... ounir... ..I... . .i ..r nnd ,,i " '.1 """ " "" "" '" "" """ " ' ami ' '""' and Allwrt Krinrf nl III tlivi'k'i 'A. .1. sparks has been nominated for 117, I to v. William V. F.vnns, of lliltiinoie, l ,1 n mil Tweed, 1 j64, Tnni-Old Point Comfort. llTiivitv Jm l,i' T does not object to pretty and stylish Hlierill'by the mugwump of Jessamine, with an alleged ih'mocrat for deputy. X 3 (D dressing. In a sermon the other day he was primarily intended to taid 'dress 'shvi r i.r......i.. 10 LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE y. ill ....inv, .mi .,.iii.., ii. in .tiiirricau j,t.ir...i 1... ;.... .....,. u.i Loulsvilo nnd Clnollniintl nerve this purpose of modexty, and Wilkin Mliuubcr died tilling ,uid left but lew from aiiad.i. tlic nt Confidence , jA Columbm Conneetiuntjdirret for all point in the NatiKiitnr j ,t, ltnamond a ,V1, nnd Yiiuiik C'n RAILROAD. colt, but froiii In (;ri'.it rlili brtiilniK and luinbii a ,15S i and alo tire nf the dam nt Hun to keep people warm, but the iii.iynlfii tnt form, beHtr abundant promise nf fact that nature covers the rose with moot brilliant i.intr. both nil the track mid in thr Morrill t jj, l.imlte X. ioi, Xiiinele a d, WEST NORTH-WESThe Circ.it AND the ire of Yihmk C'olumbii j tul Major 'I limna Miirton, ol New York, 1 ,p or37I4 moss and tho tree with foliage shows on that and he I1.1 belter performer, tvnilr that lit refuted lor Wilkin Mlciw-bcSOUTH-WESOld Cnliiin-bli.itetired a ju nr better pi rformer THROUGH TRUNK LINE. iutt short time lufori' liU mo i(f, ml that it is no sin to dress prettily. III It the fuundcrnf tlieCnliuuliii tamll), $35,000, and the Kre.it drlt t r, larl llurr, sat that he ha .diva) cmuiiilvreil ti.it In the dc.itli of !'!",. w.i m the K.ntw hat the Pilot, Ji , blood To The Kiiitiick t No. 4. X).J " In the days of the Marquise DeTofana mill itiiciwiicriirceucr UM.uncil 111c lo ol IN hrmcT.vo. 13 '8;. one of tliu tery reatckt of all the Krc.it Mill nf old Dall) was considered a most wonderDally Kx. Sun ILimblctoiilan Itymlyck'a ll.iinlilitonlaii.Ml.onlrcilboth ful agent for secret poisoning. In thm irc:ind Lve l.ouittille 7 "J p m' 6 50 n d.tmof JI AltKAWAY luxhlrcd io j jn performer WJLKI5S. Arr I.exinKton., 10 35 p days of advanced chemistry it is considunit With ulred in? mm who hate irtd nturiMin mii 50 a m W'hile Sulphur Spring. 1 ,v pcriuriucr. anil lu alrrd thu dam of Jo per J 10 a m Lharlottttille V.l Inn, t 3 "o p ered tho very worst. However adminisformer with record of .,to and better, p'rmiiijr mit 40 a m Kichmond q co p '"I 3 so t in TliU jniiDK nt.illUin tlll make theteaton at the in inir tered it may be found and detected in iroiiuiK uoru proKeiiitnr that .Newport New m it i in 6 35 p m .iiue pliice and will he limited tn teut male appeared, .mil ALI.IIJ, the nf Hark .IIV..V tlone of Old l'olnt Comfort tho body, even years after burial, when ,u,K. to a m 7 00 p ni 'I tun irrenttU fl.ioi'lil.-t-Xorfolk 40 a in horse npproacliiiiK Utsdlck'it llainbleton a a ilre AT $15 TO INSURE, 40 p m It Washington nil that is corruptible has corrupted. produciiiK dam 9 40 p in 11 n m Aiuerican Stir, thu lrc nf Louisville Ililtimore L.idyllrnwn, the il.iinnf Wilkin .Micawbcr ' J5 pm it 15 p ui is ii mineral and stays there. We Aiul will n J" tralnlnir the it fit June. You will I'hlladelphia .. 3 to a mi 3 on a ni rHt.ir.lttilLr Ine DeiHiree that ho know the brecdlnir nf IIAltKAWAY will biar tittil nn hit our To Nashville, New York o lo a nil 6 jo a m the closest aiiaUl and tte li.it c en-rnf the bct breit hmiuk hoies nutli nf the filter It is related of Gen. Grant that his .tmcric.in ine Memphis. that he will produce speed undue hclictc tliotc Cla and mnnii toueoruc him for a upeed pro lie itnic, patronMiiKliiin will re.ilic imicli profit from MeeiiKer back Lexlngtoil DitiMon Traini run hy conversation was remarkable for its purIII nrodtlCe a Irom the lirnibici. nf iini' Iimci.. I.. ilucer Central time Atlanta, Main L.neTra eatt ll.intinKton rii I.v the land, and hi lillie should make brood mure ity. On one occasion a certain general Kenny Wllke'i wa sired by Ltle ern time, hid, n.I, oneof hour l'edlnrce than worthy the embrace of the bluett blood Ilrccd- W'llke 1650, lre of Mnllle Wilke 1 inj ixt d.'im Montgomery, entered his tent and said: "I havo a er lire nit neu to can nun examine- lor tlieinttlte Ym .. bt ail lliawatna, lull utter tn .tiaiiu ti . .. A1JII1I IO.VAI. TIIIIVli " " "" tlic Vim, produce Attention Little Rock, the niinsc anil extract called to Ham a i(, id dam 'lina lit Mainbrlnii MesseiiKcr good story to tell; are there any ladies Siimlw .,J follow In i"? JI4 4S a ni; Mi 'ster Mes.euKcr Chief, ttlm alre.l lln'g , nlrunfthed.ini nf '.' Mobile and New Orleans. about?" Grant replied at once: "No, MwMtiwcr. 16M ; tJiindv nnw,iinK'. Uy Cincinnati tlaWlncheTr uUm "" """e " OUH, ILL , Mar. No llarkaway neter made what .0. V- Messe.iKcr, ith il.im by i.ui.(f Jefferson, pacer; da, exiepi Simdiv could about." It is said but there gentlemen M,C" l"!',IMl called a season In hi. life until tuu bnuKht him ill' '1;i' I'vliuiit' Co.n.no.loro Only one change lo point in loop ,'. .e,,K,nll r,V" Jke 4611. tin, uf OeorBe Ulkcsti.t 711 p m; Olive Hill o"V,n Our people tt ere absolutely dead tn the merit uf , the htory was not told. 21I d.1111 NoClay, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Penny court-home Herbart, 1 THAT FIGHT -- nPTISTS. t V ' 1111 ' Kl-le- n PHOTOGRAPHER, ( ! !. GXX.DEROV, , 1 1 Dinft-dal- e's 1 1 A1TTEH' 1 t Vermontfiambletonian 111V s j is, firtt-cla- 1I1111 1 nAuuoritvii.i.io, ky. Han-niba- ) . I 11 mAnSRVSHK .hti-L-pn NX I I per-M)- .n IMRMWEY! .1 - A NEW FAST MAIL - er Voor-hec- s, - ! ( ! l 11 I 1 Kd-war- it. ts I 1 I - 1 1 tmJmt 1(1 1 1 1 ' Sunday- 4 15 -school i, r .. I (In-iln- 1 1 1 Keg-ste- r. ,1 1. 1 ILio ix :r 1 1 l. 1 1 EAST .1 1,1 WEST T T. ly I C .1 1 I'u-rlt- I 11 11 1 r .1 u I nr-en- ie SOUTH & WEST I1.1 IvENiW 111 i ' ft I1.1 1I.1111 . ' 111 ) 11 11 I 14 roiiliili-iwi- . 11.1 111 .1 ; I I - Fi 111 I if: , thetrntter He scrted litu in.ire when thrte tear nld and Knt two colt., both owned here, an.f tou Lives of great men all remind us that Yin! can not could not buy either for ijoo. buy u llarkaway vouiiKntcr or nriiiiiiilOlney for if we cannot do more, we can tell our nl common le. than $400 to fton, nut in ire and mare, fo lie ' EMIGRANTS neighbors how Ganter's chicken cholera Tint powder never serteil in Im whole life Kot n. il. tarie A of purity. Kor seteral year, he ran wild In pasture and env- - ' cure restored our chickens? that were tirenctn aim wnoietomntK Seeling home on the line of thi roadjwill receive ered no mare., during' the time I .nnmi fn.. trtlnjf tn see than the ordinary kiuilt, and Special rates. whether I would no under 0rM.1v nn nf il... sick enough to die, to perfeet'Iiealth and competition with the multitude cannot be old in 43-Satjcnti 01 thil Company for rates, routei SOll. of low tett, thcrt II. C. .SANllrf,' V. A. llli.SSKI.L.ur that if it fails your money will be refund- weight aluni or photplule powder Sold only in iVcor write toC. Address RotAL litk'INIi 1'nniiKR Co., P. AT.MOUK..O. !'.:& T. A., J. II. KXOLK.MAX,. L't ed, bv McUoborts & Stagg. loo Wall Street, New York. Dantllle, Ky. Loulttltl:, Ky. m m POWDER Absolutely Pure. - ARKANSAS & TEXAS. 111 ce CO a mi 1130 pmj arm e .Whfmd j 43 pm, Colnmlu. 11 1, i Xo. 6, daily e'atc Athland 1 10 .. .Me.enKtr Ihii- Charle.ton ""c 4t Ahi'tf". 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