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9emiVeeUii J mtef iof lonftmL VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1888. NO. 296. I??' ' 2r I f t v .1 ' PIONEER RELICS Col William Whitley's Rifles, Bell and Pow dot Horn To the Kdltor or thu taritaiOK Journal ) Mre riillle A. HIkhIii", of Jr Orchard, haa in her inaeaion several relic, which, on account of their i! and historical aeeo ciationa, might hold an honored place in any museum or atiliriuarian collection. Nj table among them are the ritl', powder-horn and hunting-belt of Col. William Whitley, the celebrated pioneer and Indian fighter, who wan ft grandfather of Mm with true instinctive family pride she ding to every heir-loom bequeathed to her by her ancwtorr; and It waa a mere accident that a view of the old warrior' outfit, with which he wrought hi deadly deed, wan obtained, Yati who now go hunting with the latest improved breech loader on your shoulder and wbo are apt to deride even the man with the cap. lock, what would you think of thin old-lime, antiquated Hint-lock let thin rare old piece haa brought down more Came than any of your representative of modern mechantnm. Uieles Indeed aa it apaM now, it aouie how or other remind ma of the hardy, aiuewy race that flrst trod the wetttrn wililerneM, and of which we are but the degent rite rcionn. The barrel i four feet long and an inch or more in di ameler The itock in made of choice curly maple, elaborately carved and bound in ohinlng bras. The trigger are of the name polished metal, while the lock I of the tlint andntrel workmanahlp. On the lock in antique colonial script In the name of the maker and the date "1767." No lit II muscle i required to bring thia iorg ranker to the shoulder and "draw a bead" with accuracy. The powder horn from which it waa charged, torn from the head of a wild, ear age ateer, and pollened with rtfioed backwoods nicety, km Indeed a fit receptacle for that magic composition, the fUah of which wan death and destruction to an lodian'n eye. Thia horn.thoUKh curreJ, la fully '20 inchee long and at the big end aa large around aa a tea-cup. Aa if mindful of ila office, it bear in bolJ, round letlrra on ita tuooth curved front lhee admonUhing yet singularly characteristic linen: William Wbltl.y I'm your born, Th truth I )ot, a Ila I scorn; Kill me wllh th. best of powder, I'll make, your rirte crick th louder. Hm how lha dread, terrific ball Make Indiana bleed and Tories fill; Vou with powder I'll supply, To defend your llltty." The belt, which ia drcldedly the moat showy part of the olu hero's regalia, would more than meat atound an ordinary man. It ia of red deer akin and ornamented with beads in all the fanciful design that forest-tutored fancy could dictate. Col. Whitley' bell waa not made of an Indian' hide, a believed by some. A number of hi cum paoione in arm, it i true, got their belt at the battle of the Thame, where Tecum and hi chief were alain. Iiut Col Whitley himself fell on that bloody Geld, so it can hardly be inferred that he obtained hla there. Nu, thin belt, which in now ibown an hi, km in ue long before that alal conflict, and ilouh'len from iln hold many a redskin's scalp haa dangled. An Col. Woilley'n body wan found near the fa mou rjhawnee chiel'n,it i conjectured on rouI grounda that Tecumeh fell by a ball from Col. Whitley' rill. Whether it be true or not let history decide, lint were these relics tbi belt, powder iiorn and rifle used ou that memorable occaslut y Wasitthi old rille that hid low the acourgeofthe Northwest? Who can ea)? Tnene relic hear "the mark of elurt and a 'rife" and the fame of nuch a man aa Col Whitley coupled with the in, render theui a eutliclentii'CiiMieon toperpetuate thedigui of the Whitley family. Truly may hia grand daughter h'ok uion them with pride and encredne. Crab Orchard, Ky. lionr L Davis. OBITUARY. are the ileatt who diu iu the Ljrd." Calmly, a if sinking- into peaceful rililtnhor, Hallie Hulner Hiker, wife of.O W llaker, and daughter of Lafnyette and Angie lliituer, died Dicemher Itfth, in the '1'Zi year of her ag. lteing Iffi fatherle at the ai'e of three, inontlin, her mate'nal grandfather, Eider.Jame Iliatt, proved an efficient protector until her ninth year, when her step father, John Clark, Eq., by loving care and kindm4 did by her a lath er'e part, and ehe grew to young woman hood gentle and attractive In manner and beautiful of form and face. At the ago of 10 she confeiMfld her tiavior under the preaching of Elder Eugene With christian fortitude aha bore the long illneo that defied the akill of come of the bet phyaiciana in the ehate, but was will ing to go when the eummonH caui'e, Haying 'Boon all will be bright for me," Home waa very deir to her and the loving hunband who had callul her wife but Gfe abort year, and fair-haired daughter, Keca, whoce golden locks have been kireel by the aimhine of only two eiimmere, have met with an irreparable lo; while mother nod grandparents, who administered eo faithfully to every waul, find a void in their hearlB that cannot be lilltd. 1 he bereaved family have the sympathy of thr entire communitVj 11 Hon, Joel l'arker, the war governor of the Stale of New Jersey, died iu Puiladel tihla from a paralytic stroke LIBERTY, CiSEY COUNTY. Oiir rWer in on b boom to day from oo I'ioti rilna that have Mien It ciunot be fornVtl. C'Srhtma with all Ha c,y a well ah anrrow In ouie haa cuuiq and uone, never to return to ti ouln. Tlio reat lenon left la to liike ralropeoiire look, nee the er rorn unci abort cominga anil profit by them In the Nw Year, upon which wo Hre en terioi?, Surely many of tucin letrn wis doui frniu thu paat. I cannot tiatleralanil my f riii'l IJIe'a object In not letting hla no A wife eee hi compliment to the beauty of the ladle in at'imiance At McKuinay, lid certainly hai nothing to fear. Tin danger wan too far for any of them to ill in love with Bio, Uigle, fur it ha htea concmled by all who havo met him and Dill Klkln that next to Elklo, Hole i the uulleil man in tj,e county. The p mnd party held ii the court- hoii'e on Monday night wan well attended by our citizen, and the ladle of the church wore gralid d at the result, taking In $17,-75, which enable them to complete tke much needed repair on the church, tilnce painting and papering the innide walls iudeed makea a grand improvement. They will noon have their new carpet ready to be placed upon the floor, which will add much to iln comfort. Home of our young counlymen could not let the holidays go by without a firfht. Yesterday afternoon Jim Haoimon and one Itigney and Woodrum filled up with whin ky and concluded they would do up Dock Smitb, but aa ia generally the rennlt, Ham- mon received a few blow upon his head with an iron poker that laid him out, and it i feared may prove fatal. No sympa thy i expreed fcr him, for he ban for sometime ptat been in the habit of coming to town and curing and abuing the offi cer, ihooling oil iitoU, endangering the Uvea of all persons nn the street, Itigney and Woodrum were jailed and will haye to answer for violating the law. Hammon is under medical treatment at the Napier Houne. Thi will certainly proye to him that he cannot violate law at pleasure in the future, if he recover from the lien he received yesterday. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Coal is scarce in thia vicinity now. A social dance at the College last Thursday night waa enjoyed by a goodly number of young people. Hev. Percy G. Eiaom, of Stanford, will preach at the 11 iphat churcn here on the Bundy in this month. Dr. I'ettus ia highly delighted with Hirmingham, Ala., and the country there in general, but the "madam" will not consent to leave her old home, so we guest the doctor will not move to the Sunny South. Tne party of ladies and gentlemen from here wno vHited .Mr. John Uo7er last weeK nay that of all place in the world that neighbirhood is certaialy the best for goJd eating and pleuty ol fun. Service were conducted at the Chri tun church las; Friday night by Kav. M. C. Morgan, a Methodist minister, and at the Ilaptlat church Sunday morning and night by llev. J. N Iijlin.', a lijpliet minister from Middleburg. Uncle Jimmy U.indren has moved to Garrard with hi faun y, A. M, Egbert aa aisled Mr. E W. Jone in hi drug store dunn the nolidays. Mr Will llruoks will not return to Kirksville, but will attend school at the Cjllege here, A proteat against Mr. E. V. J Jno selling whisky here by prescription wan signed by quite i uumber ofour beH cttitena urnl sent to Judge Varnon. Wneii the Judge give hi answer we do moil earnestly hope that it will be in favor of thsse who are tr)i ig to keep whisky out of our town. J. W. Hrooks, Henry l'jllu and II. U. Karris were the foruuute one who drew the dresrer ami two albums rallied at E W. Jones' drug alore last week. .Mr. James C. Iuug is under the weather with severe attacK of ibeuuialism. Mr. George James ha been yerv nick again. Dr, I'eytoo, of. Stanford, he been up to see Mr-. W F, Kennedy, who is no belter. The heavy rain which fell lait Sttur day night did nut keep the people away from the. ii"W year ladder. The numerous lovely presents were beautifully and ar tistically arranged on the two ladders by the ladies selected to do that work. They were called (ill by Messrs, Joa Kbinelmrt and J. K Uatley and iMstrihuteJ by MUsea Leih Sieger, Anna Fisb, Avarilla Payne and Lztie Iliatt. Misses Sallie Green, Mollie Prooks and Ilensie Cirson are visiting in Danville. Mrs, Sallie Hutchinson and her daughter, iiertha, of Vila, Colorado, are the guesta of her father' family, Dr. Djorea'. Mis Mary Wilmore, of Nicholasville, spent last week and thin with Mis Irene Dillion Miss Sabra Hays, of Stanford, ia visiting the Misses James. Mr. Tom Peltus ban gone to Hirmingham, Ala. Mis Maggie Newland, of Stanford, ha been the guest of Mr. J. K. Ihiley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edmitton and Miss Lida Edmiston are visiting Mrs, Logan, near Stanford Judge Robert Koyd, of London, was iu town eevoral day ago. The official report of the accident at Somerset, on the Cincinnati Southern railway, shows five train men and two passengers dead and 14 wounded. MT, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Circuit Court begin here next Monday, 8th Inst, The child of Divld Kohlnson, so strangely deformed, died Tuesday, A movement is on foot here for getting the signal service reports, II igs, etc. Night Telegraph nllirei have been opened at New Hayen, Hist Pernstadt and Cor bin, Mr, James J qilin, J'., formsrlf of this p'ace, wa unrried in Kanma last week to Ml Lucy Wilson. The examining trial of Andy Maion, charged with pirlicipitiog in the Brush Creek troubles, Is iu progress. M. II. Dsbord while currying a horse a few days since, wa kicked in the head by the animal and seriously hurt Tlio residence of the Hart Pro,, at Conway, waa destroyed by fire a few days since! L")f 2,000; insurance 5500. II P. Martin, of your diunty, is now operator at Lily. Mis Mattle May Adams returned to school at Loretto Tuesday. A greater number of people took ad vantage of the low rate on the road this Christmas than has bren known for years. Foreman of construction, Luther War ren, with the W. U , was with a nice watch chain and charm by the at Nashville last week, Hal Bowman ha gone home to Lebanon lo take charge of the telegraph office there, night. Mace Miller will Work here until Mr. Evan returns from Ohio. Mis Pirdie D)tion, of Lebanon, spent a few days last week with Mm. J. W. Prown, this place Mr. J. Pjwman, of the same city, spent two day with hla brother here. One of the tramps who was on the wrecked freight train last Saturday, after remaining in the woods hiding nearly all dav Sunday, turned up that evening at Williamsburg in search of his companion who waa brought there wounded, He said he went over into the river with a car from tho GO foot bridge. At a called meeting of Stanford Lodge, 1SS0. 1.O. G T., tin following preamble and resolutions were adopted: Wiikkeah, through the mysterious prov idenceof the AIM? Puier of the universe, our belovod brother, Jamee Severance, has been puJdenly removed from our midst by death, therefore he it Juviowi, That in hi death this lodge has one of ita most earnest and faithful worker; society an honorable member and the family a loving son and brother. '21 That we extend to the bereaved ones our sincere, heearlfelt sympathy, in their deep etlliction. 31. That a copy of these resolutions be furnished the Intkuioh Journal, and the lllue Grans Harold lor publication and be spread upon the minute of our Lodge. That we wear the usual badge of mourning for SO days Mrs M E PronatiL'h, Mrs. M G. Myers, Mr L. N. Goucher, W. H. Hansford, W. P. Veach, II. L Geer, O. G. Wine, Com mittee, W O T U. CONDOLENCE, The dispensation of providence are lofioite humanity. Tne greatest calamity may through Htm redound to our greatest good, though our dullness of perception mar not permit us to see it. The sudden and to il tintinie.lv death of our esteemed young friend, James Severance, eldest eon of our dearly beloved sister and president, wrings our heirls with deepest sTinpithy and condolence. Mav the der Lord temper the winds gently to his shorn lamb. Done by order of W. C. T, U., Stanford. Mr M E. Bronaugh, Miss Iva Smiley, Mr I Geer, Mr?. M. A. Myers, Commit tee. Goal) CitKEit A Garrard county ladv send us the following highly appreciated good wortWo help u start in the new year more determined than eer to make the very best paper in the country: "I ask the privilege of saying that your efl'jrts an put forth in the Intkuiok Jouu N.al. embodies h grand work From an stindpiint, I think Kentucky, as compared with her sister Slates is far in thi background. Put let the mails cirry the In'teimou Jouiinai, North, South, Eist ami West The JoUltNAl. can proudly hold her head aloft, retl'Cting honor ou her native State. A moo.; its leading mrit is its etsadfast defense of honor, right ami law, irrespective of wealth or puty, and its true appreciation of the good and pure, Qne other most interesting failure of your paper is Brother Barnes' letters, Aa a letter writer be i entitled to the palm. His letters as religion and social feasts are enjoyable beyond expression. His knowledge of human nature, combined with his ready tlow of Unguage, mattes him the most interesting writer I have met with, Hia pen pictures are as striking as if portrayed up " on canvas Mr. Orertberiue (t Cincinnati drummer) Yes, I've been an eztersive traveler, Mies Waldo. For the pist ten years I don't believe I have u)3Qt more than one month out of the twelve at home. Miss Waldo (a young lady from Boston) Oh, I think traveling ie so interesting, and it improves one no mucH, you know. You have visited Paris, Mr. Overtberine? Mr. Overtherine No, we have another man fir Kentucky; mv roti' all lies north of the O lio River. - Njw York Sun. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Neitner Slan'onl nor Danville papers reached us on Tuesday, Our town ha recovered from its paroxysm of lawlessness and is pursuing the even tenor of its way with exemplary pro priety. The new applicatien of steam as a heater of railroad cars is voted a delusion and a en are. It has certainly proven Itself a potent factor in the destruction of life, scalding to death those who failed to be crushed by shatterej cars or cremated in their coiill tratiou. The discontinuance of the late telephone prevented u from getting notice to the Stanford Lodge of the burial of L. T Withrow, a victim of the railroad colli sionof Htturday. Lirge delegation from the Masonic of Ludlow, Danville and McKinney attended the funeral at Hut tonville on Tuesday, The ceremonies were conducted in good form by W. Matter Bo- gart, of Ludlow Tne Christian College Couranl, a month ly periodical, edited by the College Litera ry society and printed probably at the office of the Intkhiou Journal, is expected to present itself at an early day as a candidate for popular favor. Will not the journal aforesaid appreciate the wisdom exhibited by its projectors in their choice of a birthplace and dress the infant becomingly and tastefully, acting the part of foster mother to the young adventurei? At a called meeting of Huetonviile Lodge 181 F. and A. M., held January 3, '88, the following resolutions were adupted, vit: That we have heard with unfeigned grief of the sudden death of our beloved brother L.eanuer i. ithrow. mat we will in a body accord to his remains the honors of Masonic burial, attesting thus our high appreciation of his life as a man and a Mason. That we hereby tender our kindest sympathy to his tfil.cted relatives and especially to his bereaved and doubly orphaned children. That as a testimonisl of our sense of his worth we will wear the usual badge of mourning for a period of 30 days and that a copy of this resolution be spread upon our record and itanded to the Stanford Journal and Danville Advo eale for publication. G. W. Ryan, Secy. L. C Alcorn and bis charming wife were our guesla on the 3d. "Wink" is cer tainiy in good hand and looks handsomer and more pleasing than he did of yore Loog life to him and Bjnie! G. M. Giv ens has gone again to Atlanta and Uriali Duon to Ptrnwell. John D. Carpenter i seriously ill from enlarged liver and con requently deranged action of the heart. Considerable anxiety is felt oo his accouat. Liro, Noel, of Lancaster, has announced his purpose to continue service a, the Biplist church until Sunday next. Toe ble cor respondent of the Intkhiou Journal from Dinville, is said to have been here on Tueeday, and will, no doubt, give an arroant of the proceedina. Capl. Jack Wealher'ord is here. "Zin" Tribble, of Junction C'ty, and P. A Marks, of Din ville, were here in Maionic garb on the 3d. Robert Green i. looking after G, M. Giverjs' iniercsls during his absence Pichard tioode, an old fossil long buried at Columbia, ha resurrected and revisited his boyhood's haunts at Hustonvllle. A man who will buy goods on credit with no intention of paying for them is mote dangerous than a prowling thief He not only robs you of your money, but of your coi.fi fence in humanity as we 1 He is thu direct ciuse cf poor but ioneet men being refused credit, and ho is a (lis grace upon the face of tho earth If yon owe your neighbor piy him when Ihe deb is due; if you am unable lo pay it when due, go to btui like a man and tell liui he you cannot piy. anil show htm that your will is good, and thxt you are acting in good fith, and your tr tlitcir will J accommodate you longer I i contempti ble to avt 1 1 ynnr creditors, and m r n lemptlblo to get ergry when dunned. - Er The Labor Cm mission reports tht in the 11 six "Mr laborer have ht S-")9 '.MS SS2 in strikes anil eoiplojer SIUIGJ. 1)14 Buckans'sArnica Salne T!ialst sjIto In the J world I for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulce's, H.ilt TKheiui, Fceer Bores, Tetter. Chapod Hands, Chllhtaliis, Corns, und all Skin Eruptions, anJtpoiltleely curea Tiles, or no pay required. It lsguaMtiteml tj give (perfect satisfaction, or money renin Jitd. l'rlCo,"5 cents per l-ox. For Sale by A. ll.,Penny, Stanford, Ky. Wonderful Cures, Y. D. Hoyt A CJ.,vVh)les)eanl KeUtl Hoiui, Oj., ajy: Weluvj been selling Dr, King's New IOUcorery, Klectrlc Illttera and Arnica Silrs Ion teur years. Havrt ner r bandied remedies thai sell m wII, or lilvo such universal satlslacloj. There havo lean some wonderful euros ell JCtod b. tnpio medicines In thlsrity, Several cmmM pronounced consumption haTeJhacu outlrulycurel by usoofa lew bottles nf Dr. King's New DicoTry, taken In connection with E'cctrlc Bitters. Wo guarautee them always, bold by A, K. Penny, .Stanford, Ky. Personal. Mr. N. II . KrohllchsUlo,,of .Mobile, Alt.,wrltrs: I take great ploisurelureoomuiendlng Dr. King's New Discovery for Cousuruptlor, baring used it for a severo attack of Bronchitis mil Catarrh. It gave me Instant rllf aud entirely cured me and I lime not been atrlicted since. 1 also beg to state that I had tried other remedies with no good re- ult. Hate also ud Klectrlc illttera and Dr. King's New I.lfo Pills, both of which I can recommend. . Dr. Klng'a New Ducorery for Consumption, Coughs aud Colda la sold on; a pcaillve guarantee. Tiial bottloat A. It. Penny's Drug Store. T Horn I Three molted t'oland China Sowa JLlUOli weighing ISO, V50 and 300 pounds with both ears croppo.1 mid tpllt tu rli(lU ear. Any loading Wi their recovery will be thank-fully receleeil. J. II SiVOl'E, Oanyllle. 2t Administrator's Notice. All persons hnldlnz account against Darld Hpoonamore, dee'd, will proscnt them to.tae proper! y proven and rrcelrn payment, Jimx x. si'ooxA.riotnu:, Administrator David Hpootutuoora. 1 Olt HXIaIS, ! One of the Most Desirable) Building Lots in Stanford, Houth aide Main street, opposite Christian church lot and adjoining the PrbahTteriaa church lot. For termi, price, Ac , call on Owj. I). Wearcn. mfll UKKKiK Mr. IVMiAlCKK. II. ll.INOKRSOLL MASTEttSON PKYTOM, 1NGERS0LL & PEYTON, KXOXVIIiLiE, - TENN. All business Intrusted to us will be carefully and promptly attended to. This la to notlfv the public that we will 'not per mlt any hunting or any other trespassing on oar farms, but we will punish any person or persons so trespassing to tbe full ei tout ot the law. Nor. I, 1887. JAMKHIVEVVLES. -'. 31. SI'00.A.1I0IIE. A.JI.FEIjAXO, J. il.31IIjl.Rn, iriijfjtA.U 11 ECU. E H. FOX, I'IIOTOGRJlPHEU, j) a villi:, ky. Has removed to his elegant now building opposite the post- thcdand Is better than ever to accommodate the public with tine pictures from Photographs to life siz . satisfaction V J Louisville, Ky. MEV.S Fine Furnishings, Underwear, Hosiory, Glovoa, Fine Custom Shirts, MY SPECIALTY,) 4th and Main. X Graiitl Combination THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And the I.ouIbtIIIo Weekly Courier-Journal One year for only pjpjrs for little more than tlio price ol one. l!y paying us 1 you will reoeire lor one yeai your homo (aper with tlio Courier-Journal, llu representative newspaper of the Houth, democratic and for a tarlll for revcuue only, and the beat brightest and ablest family weekly In the Unitetl hutes. Tboso who desire to examine a sampli copy of tho Courier-Journal ran dn so at thia 1SSS. If aiierH Magazine ! IlItiHlrati'd ! Harper's Magazine is an organ o( pro;rejli tboitgut and luowmenliu every department of life. Keslde, other attrrtloni It will cjiiluln, during the coming year I Kirtaot jrtiu'fs, stiperulr illustrated, on tne drat Vn, wrt'cles n-i Amir lean aud foreign ludutrr; IxHiilirully illustrjtid papetsou rroiland, horwa? .Switzerlm I, Algbrs. and the Weal ludle; new novels by Wlliitu. HI ck and W. D lluwellsi iiovelleiief, each u.mrle'e in a elugle number lir Henry .lumen. Lutcali. Hearn and .ameUe Hlvt, tmrt nolle, Iiv MIm Wools jD hiiJ othir )iulii writeie; ancl lluswal.d pair ofspedal Hrlisllcatid llleiiiry Inteien. The lifiinrliiiouiM ej b (truigx WlllUtu Oiieils. William Keau Howvl a aud Charles Dudley Haiuer, HARPER'S PERIODICALS. PKK VKn.' Harper'g Magailue it CO Harper's Weualy , 4 00 Harper's Usiar 4 OQ llarer'a Young People 2 00 l'OBiage free to nil mloorltwu In tin United Matts, Canada or Mcxlto. The voluiun of the Mesazltie Ugln wl h tlio Numbers tor June and I).eeuilir tt inch y,ar When no HidhI. viltlui, tub eilptloiik vil 1 l g n with tlieuuiubn at thu liumof onler. Hound rulu meant Harpir's Magsz'ne tor three jeare back in neat cieth blndliu, wtl lie tent y mall on reclpl ol tl per volume, (.loth Caes, lor tiindlug AUcentsea n, iiy mall pot aid ludex to Hurler's MaKZlue, ana lytlcal aud eUillimi, fir volumes 1 to 7u Inclusive from June. IKAo tu June. 1KS vnliin.e. Avn. Cloth, l. Keiolnaiiu a stiou'd ba made by money older or dmlt, In vnd chanie nt lik NeKpaeraie ii"t I (op nils iidverllseuieril wllhotu 1110 exprcs' order nt Harper. I llmtheis, Addreia HAItt'Klt A IIKO I'll Kit. New York ARBUCKLES' ntimo on a paokago of COFFEE Is a guarantoo of excellence. ARIOSA COFFEE Is kept In all storos from tho Atlantic to the Pacific. COFFEE Is novor good when exposed to tho air. Always buy this brand lnhermotioally eoaled ONE POUND PACKAGES. Stockholders A tucotlnif of the stockholders of the National nuk or HuatonTllle will Ik) held at their lianklaa: housein Huston"llleon the. id Tuosdar In January, 18t3, for tbe purpose of electing nlna Directors to setvo tne ensuing year. J, W. UOCKEIt, Cihler. Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of tbe stockholders of the First National Hank will l held at their hanking nous. In Htantord on tho?d Tuesday Iu January, 183-a, lor the purposed electing eleven Directors lo serve the ensuing ytar 263-td JOHN J. McROIIErtTS, Caehler. Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of ths stockholders of tbe Farmers National Honk will be held at their banking house In Htanford on tho id Tuesday In Jsnusry, IMS, for tbe purpose delecting nine Directors to sarve tbe ensuing yeir. 219-td J B. OWSLEY, Cashier. WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, 8TANFOr.D. KY. WALTON BEOS. - - Proprietors. Site of Stage, 20x50. Eight complete sett of ricca. ery. Seating capacity, Including gallery, rater to zood attractions. WOOD WALLACE, (successors to Wallace A Cochran, 513 4th St, Louisville, y., THE GENTS' FURNISHER AM) ai:ms t'on the IX iI ANATOXIN LAUNDRY. 1.131: IT. HUFFMAN, BUIIOEON DENTIST, ...... KKNTUCKr. OfliCH south side Main, two doors shore depot at, JSOTICJE! The partnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Jones A Fulber has tnls day dlssoleed )y mutual cuLsent, Mr. ilenrr Fulber retiring. K. W. Jone. assumes all liabilities and collects at accounts. E. II'. J OX EX, HE Ml EVLUER, Crab Orcbird, Ky. D'C. U, 1887. AH persons having accounts with Jones A must come Torward and settle by January 1st, 18BS. as tho drm'a business must be settled at once. E. W.J. C. W. METCALF, JR., Attoircj at Luw iintl Real En-lute Agent, -ICY. Will practice In anr court in Eastern Keniuckr. Examlnatlo s ol land made a specialty. Any elaetracia f tlmlier, cojI. limber and mineral lands for sale. Inf.irmtlon lurnlsbid on any K)lnt and corre pnodeuce sillctted. MIJUliIflTtillY. I am dally opening an elegant line of Spring and e'uiuiucr Milliner) , including all The Latest Novelties of the Season Also Notion, such as Handkerchiefs Collart and Unit Ku iiiu Cor te, rJusiiei, etc. You will find me al Iti lali'lj vacate.) ny .V Wairdl i- .1 . in tne Mtur. House. liA I iV OVtHttiltA It. BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment OTT0E1.33S Scratches, Contracted Sprains, Muscles, m, Strains, Ernptioai, Stitches, Hoof Ail, StiffJoints, Scrow Backache, Worms, Galls, Swinney, Sores, Saddlo Qalla, Spavin Tiles. Cracks. Sciatica, Lumbago, Bheamatism, Burn!) Scalds, Stings, Bites, Braises, Bunions, Coras, THIS COOD OLD STAND-BY Accomplishes forcverybody exactly what Is claimed forlt. Oneof tho roasons for tho great popularity ol tho Mustang Liniment 1 found In Its universal applicability- Everybody necdaaucha medicine. The I.uuiberinitu nocda It In caae of accident. Tlio llounowlfo needs It for gcneralfamlly use. The Cuualcr needa tt for hla teams and his meo. Tho tUccunnlo needs It always on hla work ( bench. Tlio Elinor needa tt In case of emergency. Tlio l'loneerneodslt can'tgetalongwlthouttt. The I'uriiier needs It lu bla house, hU stable, and his stock yard. The Stoninbamt mnn or llio Itontmnii needa It In liberal supply afloat end ashore. Tho Horaofunclcr needa it-it is hU besl friend and safott reliance. The needs It tt will save him thousanda of doltnra and a world of trouble. Tho Utillrond mnn needs It and will r.ccd It so long aa hla llfo la a round of accidents and dangers. Tlio Ilncltwooilainnii ncodslt. There U It as an antldoto for tho dangera to lite, limb and comfort which aurround tho plouccr. Tlio Merchant needs It about hla storo anions hla employees. Accidents will happen, and when, these coino tho Mustang Liniment la wanted at once. Kecpnlloltloltithelloitsc. 'TUtho economy. Keep a Ilottlo In llio 1'nctorr. ItslmrnedUU use In case or accident saves patn and loss of waa. Keep n Uot.tle Ahvaya lu tho Stablo fur uso wheu waixed.