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i' r. i ! V 1 ", V bw w r P GARRARD COUNTY OEPARTMSNT. Lancaster. The rain of Htturday rituht emrled the atrcama end filled the pouda in this vicinity. Tho board of eupervUnr of Garrard county meet to day to raiee property val Uf. II O Arnold, Jr, eoll 7. ck Smiley, of Lexington, one gelding for$lir, A. Krentrtiah is expected by the Writ Ln;wler to day, Mo.idsjr, on Ihe partof their customer to pay up. W.O Smith went to 8omret M inday. R L II 'ttl nnd family left yesterday for HprlngGld, which place will be fiere future home. The wife of J B Jjhoston presented htm with & ten pound hoy on HaturJay night, for a Nsw Year's gift, Tin younc tnr I named Htuart Johnfon. Tne cchool taught at the Pleasant Hill school house hy Mr. D )tly Ilrown, ctoeed laat week. Tue average attendance for the (tension wa -1') pupil per day M Salter is lemporerily to duty at Curley' dtRtillery, vice Ja. Hunter, who was killed there lat Friday or Cirdweli. HI friends hope the poi- tion will he permanent. A half century ago the 1st day of Jtn. waanlwayisa big ouo in LsncMter. Oa that day everybody wno owed a debt paid it; there was a general rquaring up all round. Tnoae were good old daya. Garrard county cornea in for her there in everything At the republican legislative caucus in Frankfort last week Hon. W.O Bradley was nominated for Sun tor, Miss Ella Watson for librarian end W. O, Dunlap for clerk, all of Garrard. George W Htti i 'rejoiced becauee a certain preacher the other day, at one of ihe chitrche here, referred to the L. A N. tailrjidn.n grasping monopoly. George ay the K. C haa been ) much abueed it doe him (.cod to hesr another road get it in the neck. The young men of the Lancaster Social Club gave in elegant banquet at the Milier Hotel on Friday night to the yoong ladle of the Club and a few viriting friende, Tne menu wn prepared by Mre. Pattie Miller, the lioness, and that ia aa much as to ay that it was perfect in every were about 00 guelH present. HUS70NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY . The iceeaon i brought to a eland etill Friday evening The rain of that night wae very abundant and Dwelled the stream to eucti an extent as to defy the inteneecold of Hiiudsy and the eight following. Oar stirring young trader, grocer, druggixt, As, celebrated New Year'a morning by exhibiting to hi friende another Mii II tan, Urge and likely, intelligent for her me, noil pretty for her opportunities Tone" is one of our most hustling citizens. The railroad collision of Saturday brought aorrow lo our county. Young Mr. Severance win widely known and highly esteemed in thie community, while Mr. Withrow, who formerly lived among us, and inarrird hare, was universally beloved and deservedly ro. Hi wife, who was Mies Nannie, daughter of John Hu'ton, of this plce, died some two year eince at Ludlow leaving three iutereetinc children, now doubly urphiifcd. Tim blood-curdling wur hoop is not heard h frequently a it wa a week ago. Toe negro Jonn Ilrowu, whoee ekull was caved in by n blow from Jim Helm's gun, is thought le be in a precariou condition, bin 1 beuere there is no precelent for an injury on the head having ever proved fatal lo one of tho race. Hence it in not prob nble that S ihn'n eoilt, lice that of his im mortal prototype aw4 camesake of Harper' Ftrry fame, will be doomed lo an , "in arching oo," kpinic Htep to the music ot tha ep.ierej. TiioKun n riwpl a- 1 I have advice Irjul Frankfort that a I Bute Teaiilier' Asioctatiou avtll convene there February 10m. T.ia addres ot wel come will Ds delivered by 0r. liuckner. Judge Hiilloch, the lather of the in Ke.ituoky will preside over the body. Many ol Ihexreaier luht at the eyst.'Ui arerspecteil to bj prmsnt and it is doped thai teachers aud educator Iroui all purls of the will b found in attetidarica. O jr ounty liaaa Urge num beraf tetcierr, whom I should he proud lu meet tliurt; mid I Uope all who can will ume their iirraiKementrt tu be on hatid. a L waHuiusJ ui Dive Yan.ielt'a of hi erperienc aa a prenia ture riUer of tuts dead. .Mr inference I (hat had Cur'ie Uihlwell' wateruielou patch been guarded by livaly artillery during Hie ouitiryo doctor' oolle.'e diay, tho I crop would nave averaged uuru eatiefacto Irily, lluteccind, if not eober, thought, . eaved ii on oue occ aston, wheu a party , hav ; '. , ,. held consultation be leaiptiog enclosure, a Bl tUB' doctor' augge.tiou, I . btok U) jffn for unoinw drk before tbey could feel prepared to make, the ntt.icc in force. Bui that driuk eived tbe melons on that occasion. The steamer Ojeanlc, from Cnlua aud Jipan. ieiiuarantined at Han Francleco, a rJ. Itw) caes uf email pox were discovered among the steerage paasuauera. HORRIBLE ! Lightning Expresses on tho Cincinnati Southern Collide, Causing Terrible Slaughter and JA Mils SEYEK IXfiE Amonff the DCAD Saturday night our cltizece were etarlled by the rep rt of a terrible accident on the Cincinnati Southern. The first nen ra thai 20 persons had been killed, including our townsman, Jame Severance, and' over 100 wounded hy Ihe collieiou of the limited lightning express train at a point no me 20 mile below Somereet, when they were run nine at GO mile an hour. This wa an ex (tggeration but BUbeqient reports made the mailer out little leea Horrible lt seems that the train dispatcher had ordered the train to pas at Sitnmil, hut one of the engineer miatook the name for Somertt end the trains cam? toeether with all the force of their powerful momentum, ehatter ing them almost and wrecking a number of cih, some of which were burned. Four persona were killed outright and 15 wounded, five of the Utter dying since. Jame Severance, of Stanford, euffored concussion with (fioeion of the brain and died Sun day night at Simerset, where meet of the wounded were brought. Three email wound are on hia head, but other wie he la not at all dtotigured. Hie mother, Brother Will and Dr. Peyton went at once to hia side, but he never rallied or recognizid any of them. The other killed are Le Withrow, baggage master, Ludlow; L. Cillsn, baggage meeter, Ludlow; . B Powell, B. A O. Ei-preen messenger, Madisonviile. O ; H. fireman, Ludlow; Miea Jerele Green, Chattanooga; Pat Taylor, engineer train 1, Simcreet. Among the wounded are E J. Robert, mail agent, leg and arm broken; Mr. nnd Mr J II. Avery, Covington, ecalded; Engineer Michael, leg broken; Joseph Ilepp, Covington, severely hurl; W E Jackaon, expre uieenger, badly bruised; Pat Murphy, Junction City, leg broken and Conductor Shrum, whose mia take caused the accident, internally injured Seveittl of the killed were burned with the wreck. O.her person are missing and they aleo are euppoeed to be burned. The accident ia the moat horrible that ever oc curred in Kentucky nnd might have been ayoided but for having names and atationa mo near alike on piper. Dr. Peyton eaye that the Hick family, tne Porches nnd others, of Sjmeret, did all in ,tbeir power to help the unfortunates nnd their friende, while the doctor labored with the greatest zl to ameliorate the condition of the wounded Jimmie Severance Evincing in eome meaure the in in wiiich Jimmie Severance wa held iu thi community, the following resolution were pated by a meeting of a large number of tho young men of Stanford eoou after thn ead new of bis death reached il", Ji'cWtrti, That in the death of our dear young and associate, Jimmie Severance, an irreparable lose i etistained by hie companion, hi family aud the community. A a friend bejwiaever true; a a eon unil brother kind and loving; a a companion, tilwrtVH cheerful, generous, considerate nnd (aiiltfiil; a christian highly exemplary in nil hi duties and deportment; bonoriirila, high minded )and chivalrous; in ojin"M relation he exhibited a and ciapictty ofthe hluheet order In hie stidddn aul itiexprrsibly sad we, hi voting ao:ttvt and friende, ('tier to hi father, uioihr, brother and whatever of coieolation there ia in dnoere ymtathy. E. O Walton, C. O. Caihon, K. G. Hail, niJiMAnic, Hardin, V. 1J. Walton, 1W B. McKinukv. Committee. IJinker Wtlgiw, uf Lsxlnglon, and owner olln Ltkeie" Hiutl, haa bought E it Lawrenci', a ttn etalliou of M'UjIluugh, nf Min t. for T5 000. Buzkltiis'sArnica Salre, TUelisstailvo to th Jwirld" for Cuts, Uruls(, Sores, Ulcs'J, ilt ll'.heii ii, Kever Sores, Tetter. Ohii'pvl Msnt, Chilblains, Cjras, ami nil Hkln Kruptlou,nni;poitlTely cure Piles, or no pay It lsBiiaratilel ti ijlve perfect satisfaction, or m iy refjaled, l'r!oe,23 cents per box. I'or Sale hy A. It..Ponyf Stanford, Ky. Wonderful Cures. W. I). Ilajt .t Cj.,fVh lies i'o and Retail Itntnt, Oa., say: tVeharj ban selling Dr. Kliifi's Ner Uhcovery, Klectrlc Hitters and 8 live tor l.iur yoara. Hto nenr handled rumodles that sell sj avll, or kIto euch u lit venal iitlslac lu'l. There liaro been some vouderfiil curat elKiclel bfj'thco medicines in this illy. 8reral cnwiof prouoiuoed lion luTelkocn eutlreiyjcuro t by use of a tev bottle of Dr. Klr.ii' Now taken In with K'cctrtc llltturs. IVoguarautee them alwa). Sold by A, It. fruny, Stanford, Ky. Personal. Mr. N. Jloblle, Als., writes: 1 tategtnat pleasure In recoiumeodlDij Dr. King's Near Ulsovery for Coiiiuiuplloc, having used it for a severe attack of Bronchitis and Catarrh. Jt garu uie Uatant roltef aud entirely cured mo aud I have not beeu allllcted since. 1 also beg to state that I bad tried other remedies with no good Hare also used Klectrlc Hitters and Dr. King's New Ufa Pills, Id 111 orwhlcb I can recoui. ueud. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is sold on; a positive guuraniee. Trial bottle at A. lt. Peiiuy'a Drug Slow. Administrator's Notice. All persons lioMInz eccounts against David Hpoontmor, ileo'il, wilt prevent them to tne properly proven and rclr pay merit. JOIIM X Nl'UOXAMOOltE, 292-41 Administrator David tjpoonauoore. FOK HAJaW I Onoofthe Moat Desirable Building Lots in Stanford, Boutti ilda Main street, opposite Christian church lot and adjoining tbe Pmabyterlin church lot. I'or terras, price, iVe , call on U-o. I) Wptren. 2CMf JKXKIX Jf. 1'KAitKX. It. H.IMUKRSOLL. MASrBBSO.f TRYION. 1NGERS0LL & PEYTON, KNOXVILUR, TENN. Alltuslnnu Intrusted to us will be cirelully and promptly ittended to. This 1 to notlfr the public that we will Inot per mil any hunting or any other treapasslng on our farms, but we will punish any person or persons to trespassing to the full eztentot the law. Nov. 1, 1887. J A .UEH'JPKI'ITjEH. V..Si. Si'OOXASlOUE. A.Jl.FEIsAXD, Jf. It. ZIITjIjKK, f VI I, f,f A. JT HECK. E. H. FOX, PIIOTOGIIAIMIER, DANVIL.I.E, 111. Has reuioTed to his decant now bulldlog oppo site the (ost tficaand Is than ever prepared U accommodate the public with Que picture from Photographs to lite sin, Satisfaction 13T J Locisvillk, Ky. KEN'S Fine Furnishings, Undorvvoar, HoBiory, Glovos, Fine Custom Shirts, sea MY 8PEC1ALTY, tth and Main. A. Grand Combination THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And tbe Louisville- Weekly Courier-Journal One year for only 83 two pspers for little mora tban tbe price of one. By paying us J3 you will rewlTe lor one year 1 your home paper with the Courier-Journal, the raprosoDuttiTnnowipaperof tho South, for a tariff for revenue only, aud tha boat, j ongniGii ami numsi lamuy weoxiy in ine uiiuca Mates. Thoso who desire to examine s sample copy of tha Courier-Journal can do so at thl often ERFUL SUCCESS. 'IT TS M'K.Xl.TID. All the l'ATTK'N'? til.'i iiueilnrliiktUe rear for nothing . ww: .f fr m jPO to iM by u')H.'rll)Iiig fur Ths Imihll infoisr Journal 4NO jGITiOrSSt's i"t"J yaga i n e Willi Twelve Orders for Cut Pper Piitsrnsof your own titer tioo and of nny X'Zt. B0TK PnPLlCATIOfS, 0HE YER, $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), LJ TI2EJ BE si r aill llio Atnprnvstitsas. Cost m .isss I'ii,ai, tDiriin,i I zTtranv ATTHACTION'', 'iVMMa aMTI"TI' SflKV. TIW(, Atl Ib'l KIil.li IISTTtU. 1 Hurt 'lit n will. Original Sfrvl it, J'tiOlvfi'iirm: . iHI l'trtiitrf mul hit HootfeH'A, milium It tilt' Mnilrt Mmiu. tlm' of .tmffiw. Iiicli Mnelii m tnlii" a f upon order rutMliu; tin- In . hit to 1. .- 1 . i-ii 11 f ai , ,1'ii'Hi 111 Hi.- fnh "ii i i..tai 111 In thut nnmliir. mil 1 en- o' tne m milking ut tii T 'r f il. a 1 1 ' rinllms J) ;MO't il's M.lNiril.Y !. ji atitillnl ,i.t ".bc It l,iii ihu lr'rt m ("in.iiti'lon, . n-i TWO Du.lor I'sinlM Miwuinc IViT !!l b l!m'li iy lh.nl veitr of It Is continually tin-pr-mil sml mm V' t to plat Itnt th" liad of t'ainlly IVrlmili s' It nm'it'ns Ti m!r iiiiiirtu, PxlHk lu. iis ('in.Tiit'v prliittil jihI fully tlnutritisl 'jJ W. J. liniliss 1). imr"t, Kv Yort. .NO BY SPECIAL AC.REEMEMT COMmNLO WOll 1ME Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Tsar, ARSUCKLES' namo on a package of COFFEE Is a guarantoo of excellence ARIOSA COFFEE is kopt In all first-class storoa from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. COFFEE Is novor good when exposed to tho nlr. Always buy thlsbrandlnhormetloally eoalod ONE POUND PACKAGES. I "'L Semt'lteeUii titefio - oufna VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1888. NO. 295. GEORGE O. BARNES GOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING Et.SE I'llAXHiS THIS LOltll. 1 1 Duiiant, MiJ,Djc. 22, 1837. (Continued from last lue.) Sunday morning wo attended a jjlnt coin munlon nertlce at the .NWtliodiet ciiircli, where the Presiding K lef, M.ictell Rate ui practical asrtnon on llietlutU of church stesard'. Tan communion w ad ministered on Ihe lain liar, iinsatiafactor lines wa all kno o wall. N) mention uf, whit I beliere to be, the rati lmprt of the ordinance I did rather a "cheeky" llni; after all the eerrlces were orr Hie iina tor Rava out hi apiwlntinenla tar tho week and then the l'reebylerian preacher ktc hie, Alter which I rose and eald, "I eee a good uiiny o( my people here and I will, announce that I will preson in lit at 2 o'clock, and aUo at tin uiui) hour," A tiunti, m it had ceased to l, lollorfrd this announcement1 bat the wall were "tout arid the roof did not fill in. Then iny"pirlt lietnlirred within me" I epoke boldly at Iht 2 l M. eoreiee, on the proper on terrance or (he LORD'S Hup per shuwiiiK that in it (rue import it me tut heal lb fr our disease ainillen bjtl it?, and purity for our defiled, eiu infected oule. We only had wren eerTicss in Kieclua o, for we only remained four dayis. Trie cloKini: insetinc wai at 2 r M , yesterday We left for Durant hy the eauie train we came down, the G:30 mall. Two day of most Tiilainouaty diabolical weather, out of the four When the element factored, the houtiei was crowds!. Kocimko I all right "All the king.' lore and ill the kioK'a men" can't Ml up "I)ioii" on hi pedestal auln. In many, many heart Praise the loud: Toe crucial lent was well put by cjlor d brother, whocilleJ to.ee me. 1 anointed him for a lame le. "DejV msklu' n Kteat dm about lettln' 'em out," was the way he put it. I told hlui if "ibey" would ooly wake aa great a boo" about keeping them from going in, they would do the LOUD bettei evrfiee, Ah, me! To think that cood people eo cooly acquicce in that truly ferocious doclrltte til the LOHD'rJ peopling the infernal region, jet kick eo Tigorouely at lit emptying them. We forget we are sinners "sated by trace" ourreUe', and actually think the folks icut to hell are wnrie than we hy n ture. There ia euch a lot of thla ploua "cod.ush ariitocracy" feeling in theciiurch. It km uncouclouly expressed by another colored brother, who was orerhranl ten tllating hi disapprobation of Uro. Hirnen doctrine about 'em out." "You needn't tell ine," he .aid lo hi companion, indignantly; "eupposin' I wa in hnayen and you in tie oder place, do you etippo' I would want you to come and eel down by ine, after you bud been in dah? No eili! I'd email de tinyt on you and I wouldn't be happy any ruo. It ain't reasonable ' redolent of hum ail naturo thai tx, Un't I ? 1 wa a drke mI.I it, but he spoke for hi whilo lirelhrtn too. That U the wretched principle that bars Ihe wut to ao7 reform of released conTtct from jiil or pinttenljary. Hare you neen l)eoiher' Havptr'tH Hare yuu read Wjll Uirlelun' touculnj; story in rhyme, that ko over thla very pclni? If not, buy or borrow and read it. 1 hare often been akud, when point tut; out the ecrlpturAl distinction bslwetm law and puuiebmenl, law of Ojd; punHhment of the devil. ''Would you then uulocK all tho penitentiaries nnd ill and vomit forth upon 'respectable society' the content of ine of crime? ' I anawer "No! but not, an you Mtippow, hioauiie the jil bird are hj had, hut beoaun 're'ptotitble octetj' K so had. If it km wt.l it elionld be eyiupjihetif. forgiving, fell I would not only wnptv the JMl, hut would "iitwuro fjr a nioael" the rcforuMtioo. itnuieditte and of 9'J9 out of efery 1,001) diechurue! pruon. ern I I ttia hearileiinaMuf "riiipeolaula eott.ty" that hohU the pior, ruleiied con vict, way tias.arvd hi time, "U " length, nnd mKe return lo repectatnlitj, aehopeleseH tha restoration o( the one fallen wonnnj thl human hearllesuets, turns the man lo a demon, rolegites him lo the penitentiary worse than when he uamo ou ; and eends the poor lot gtrl, on 'iho ehort Una" to the prostltiii' gmvo. Head Victor lluo' "L M amble" nd ii thrilling, awful relation. No! respectable eoclety is too thoroughly bad, to try nny euch dangerou experiments. Ii cannot lie trusted yet. Dill, ih.mk Ood, thi ie ol the earth, Wnsn heaven i reach d we shall bat ready to welcnoiM tho poor rouls who have gone over the long, rough road: wtwe fl In" trodden the 'biirnlug marl" before they "walked the golden etreels," ami ihero will be no danger of zation in the heswenlv realm, for we ball "know even as we ere known;" we aball kno our God le Live and Nothing Eleo, and all the saved a, alike, "(.innera eaveii by grace." Thin I whit we lorget, end, fornetliug, play into the devil' h ami Ever lu Jesus, Oko O. IUunkh Haccharlno, produced from coal tar, is threo hundred limea iweelir than iugr HEWSYNOIES. The Kln if Hpain i j t bptfinnlnu' to talk; xnd, youtii ho i,Jie talk Clunhinati William I lerritf, who killed bin wife and hr at Hi Krunr.i', Ark,, we finked by vijiia it. on Tuday nliiht Tho town of Houtui, Lt , wa nearly wiped ou' hy fire Friday nuht, 123 hotiae heitu' h irn.d, catitin a Iih $101) O'Ji), Tnolliornf iheliu'nf a Hi mix half breed, at Pierre, Dtk , wh mkn up, when Ihit jhiMtly epw ail of 11 eknlet.nn was revealed, The Pdonitylania rtllroad comptny ha innuurated h ytm of navin luns for it employes and will (Iv3 them on depoit. Cirdweli, a clerk In n dUllllery a Oimp NUon, killed Jime Hunter, the more-keeper, in a quarrel oyer their re Hcive rUhW in the estahlihm'nt. The ptnrr rate from Liutev'lle to Htn FrancUco rained from $3i 00 to S 1 02 -GO, and ticket to all point in California will advance $20 nn the round-trip. Anthony, Kan. a, i tryinic to Ret the county eal from II rpr, although at the election the latter recived 300 inajirity, alk'uinn fraud and tiillot lux atutHii by the Harperittii. Virll Hewitt, now Deputy Iamrance C nii'iilmloner, has hea nppjln'ei Asit atit Auditor of S.ale, to UCceod Cnarle H. (Irren, who retired the fir I of the yer toaccrpt the oflice of Tobtcco In.pMtor on the LMiiaville break. John Nrth, of I'.iiladefphia, went home drunk and jiarreled with hi wife. Attempting lo etrikej her, the blow fell up on the tub in her arms, crushing it ekull, drath initneliately fjllowini;. Toe mteer ahte wretch became frantic when he retl ced hi crime. Accord in t( lo Djn A Oi , the failure Ut yetr numbered 290 Im than 1SSS, but the llahilitle are $V1 000,000 in ezce. In 1837 there were O.O'.tt failure and $1(1,. &G0D11 In 1SSG the failure were 0,3d 1 and liabilities $114 011,117. Tne f lilur'M in the UjiteJ Bute averiired one in 111 pereon. Another wreck ocrurred on the Atlantic roid at K'lilts, I a J. A brakeman and n csr of cattle were burned to a crinp. Nr Meadyllle, Va . a freight and a "lbunderboli"expre collide! with a diautrou crih,oo tli New Yjrk, I'enn aylyania A Olio road Five peraona were killed nntrlitht and lr were bsdlv hurt. Tne detail of the dtnanter are terrible. Frank Canwiv, kecp'r of McKenna'e billiard hall, wa fatally .hot at Richmond by Ujuub While, Jr, a asddler. The trublu ijiew out of the prlc of the cme Conway applied u epithet to While and. wliol, the bill pmi; throuh the left arm and tillering the lunu. White went at once at d Tied to Kt into the county Jill, b'lt the tirnker, eeeiui; he wi drunk, did not biirre hi slorr that he had lot a uian, nnd drove him away. DXNULLE. HOrti CtlUVr A "Crackenele" puiy wa nittn by Mist Mamie McUiberts I'nurdiiv nU'ht. Aluut 15 yotnn; peup e weM in attend-an co. liti. Dtvid Feniie'y, prej'u'eot of St. Mary'e Cilleije, wa in town Tliurrday, tne eueat of Kev. A. J. Hndy. Mr. Frank VauWiakle, who Iihh been in Trnnere for euine mouth, I at home nn a visit, A pantomimic representation of K'p Vn Winkle wi tivuu at the I) tat and Diuih IfiMiliile Thuralay evenin. Prof J. II. Yi;rr had entree of tne minute mriii and all of the pirforuier were mote Mr Le Withrow, the hau'iire meter win w killfd ui the colli.ion between the train below SjuJereat on Saturday waa for a tiiimbu of yean i citmn of Danville, where ho ihh ever been Himlly remember- el. He drove the between here nnd V.Mi...l.lt ...ui ft..iuip.ld liAlwuun liitrM U ..1 U.P i l..iwif.. vhri illMjt aQ eml vsar iiiro. wa a Mih iiuton, of Liu oolu, uetr llilnlonvillti -I)-. I'lnaite V. Jackson tiled .it his tiiime on the Porryvitle turnptice 8tturdaf oreiiint:, itw UwiU'it of heirt A native of lliurbon county, Dr. j jwun ctum t Omvil e wnin n y.iiioir. mtttiind li'reidei here and in Die onun ty aim i conlltiuobsly eer etnue. Djring llH pro(ional CireiT tia sto )il in tno hud amotu' physician a id eure Jtn Ab ui 12o years go he retired from tio pnitesi(iii aud since Iheti eutp'ovel himself lu the minsgeuieiit ol hie lar.'e estate. He wa quiet, tindeiuontntivo man, but fir Htrong couv.ciion upon all eobjcie. AUuough belonging lo no relig' tou ct, he wa a firm believer in ihe a' IruthH of religion and wa a con etint reader ol tha rcriimtreH. He waa the unci and early medical preceptor of Ihe lam !). John I). Jokon, whoae death i . Il . ..!.. 1 .. ..... Lu t r litil lllilTudd. lot. Dr. Jacirson' funeral Is ael for today;, . , , . ,ru will i (Monday) at 10 o'clock, rhere brio! roligl on. tartlet, by Rev. I . T. Hale, of ihe Uiptint etiuren, uiian which tha re mains will h lulurnd in the cemetery by two brotlier, who died many yeiua ago. Thefollowing nanud gentlemen havoheen Beleoted aa pall beirers: M eari U. I), and A B. Ligan, Ore. J. M. Meyer and L H McMurlry, Meiar W. Lyne nnd J. B, McFerran. StockbolderSaMeeting. A niwtloit of the stockholders of the National BaDkoflluitnnvllla will be bld at their banking bouixin Huiloti'llliiou thn2dTunda In Janua ry, l&ss, for the purpow of electing nine Direct or! to itiiTo tie enaulnii jear W. UOCIKIt, Cashier. Stockholders Meeting, A meeting of the stockholder o( the First National Hank will Im held at their hanktog bouse In Htanlord on theVd Tuetday la January, 1858, lor the purpo of electing elercu Directors lo seTT the pnsuing jtar JOHN J. McllOHEnT8, Cashier. Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of the stockhotdrs of the Farmers N atlonal Bonk will bo held at their banking home In (Stanford on tho ltd Tuesday In January, IMS, for the purposed electing nine Directors to serre trieeosutug jeir. 289-td J B.OW8LEV, Cashier. WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, STaNKOKD. ey. WALTON BBOS. - - Proprietors. Size of Stage, 20x60. Eight complete sett ol Scan. cry. Seating capacity, Including gallery, Mo ftlteaarnabl rto to tool attractions. WOOD WALLACE, Successors to Wallace A Cochran, 513 4th St, Louisville, 7., THE GENTS' FURNISHER AM) AOKNTH FOR THE IX:IANAIOiMS I.ACMMeY. X1T313 ir. nurpjiAN, 8UIWJEON DENTIST, STANKOKO, ..---. KKHTUCKr. Office south side Msln, two doors above depot at. tfOTICJB! The partnpmhlp heretofore eziitlng under tbe firm Dame of June A Kulberhaa tuts day dissolved by mutual cot sent, Mr. Henry Kulber retiring. 1.. W.Jonea assumes all liabilities and collect l accounts. E. If. JOXES, IlKnlti FULItER. Crab Orchard, Ky. Dec. 12, 1887. All persons haying accounts with Jones & come forwaid and eettle by January 1st, 18S3. ss the firm's business must be settled at once. 293-31 H. W.J. C.W. METCALF, JR., Alfoirej Ht I.atr and Ileal s- liate .Kul, li A.1I 110 U I IV r JL. TE. KY. Will practice In anr court In Eastern Kentuckr. Exainlnatlo sot laud iIiIps matte a specialty. 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