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um inijwiiiii'M '"'"' T j'i Slemi'lReeUii IN MEMORIAL. A few weekn ho wnk that tniuk for her elernltj Mnris Uran.er purl ii from no to whimi in Ufa ahr. ral been a constant joy. I wotilil apeak of her v, it li cheerful uiomor, and I leel lh.it wonln o spoken in Ihe niliira ol the ciwe bill meant for lhoe that kna w her will be reail in the pir.l lliat tuakea of friendship the chief hoUm nt li'o. To lhne that rloaelf aharnl lier life, in the Inter yen her ileath w a ctlnuillr, but ven their urlof it to baehaileneil with pleasant reuilnWcenc I' nionlil lu n pleasure to aearch the reorili of the hetrt. I wan In my ninth year when Miria came into uiy life, my .lep aioter. She took poaeeaalQii o( me from the Qrat mo ment I btfhultl her At once the child wa filled with a brother' love nud it remained with him Ineitkne", her touch on the fevered brow wan lender aionly my mother' wan. There wan never a irl or wonun with etronyer dometlc aitactimentp. Her klcninen found in her rare OJeliiy, except that ahe would not withhold a burnini: word for any wronic (loirtr. Hhe admired fervently the generous and iltfht thine in other people and many, many men and wooim, rubject to unkind talk, ha ehe, dn fended with the force that ahe ao fully prw eeei). U waa In her nature to fight the battle of other, and he did not do it for the wane ol friendship Her eervice were frely hetiwed and unvaunled. Hhe wa pofltire in her view, but choee to be reserved of later year, in her .corn, though Very tlrfinile if need be. Maria Letcher made friend wherever h went, and without ell trt and without politic dwitfii. Hue waa lrrelft vble Hne overturned atlrctationa and aham. Her mind waa aeon to be ao acute that folly laid ide It pretension when he waa about There it no telling how much rim! alio did by her fearlei wit and constant kooU nature. Her yim were repested IIr humor w&a of n rare kind Her Kilt were ueed for the entertainment of herlriend. In thorn early day ahe would gather Hbout her the three children of the houe. Ela, Will, the nephew of her father, and myself, at night after wn had laid aaide our tank of leon, and relate to ua marvellou torle, lorie that were never In book. Thitanu pillion at her knee wn coveted, tor the face that we looked upward into told the atory a well, anil, her voice, now low and uiytleriou, and then in the hleh whisper of conference between the fiiiure" of the fiction, fell on very trustful ear. Once I autleretl from bone felon and Maria and a echojt companion of her were very merry. Hhe could extort laughter from pain. My finifer throbbed vicloilly when I laughed and made me cry out eeveral time, until at length I threw my arms about her neck and half crrini! and half aohlung, exclaimed, ''Deir, dear Maria. ay audi funny thini;, it him me," and he ceaoed, but it wa a glorioua dav of joy and piiu. Miria Lfluher left a peculiar dt finite iuipreion with people in a very faw moment, epace of time. Formicha wonuti her life wa ehort. Hhe was at her e.iee and In her full p.iwer wherever he wa. year ahe lived at Kranarille, In diana, where brilliant conversation and the rtfineuicnta of wealth it'Ktiit lio.l her kinsman' home, and ahe waa chief in the admiration of all. There ahe married Gen. Gordon Grander, and ahe had but to en counter hla friend, uch a Mr. and Mr V. II. Vnderbilt, to charm them, in the emergency of poverty after Gen. (hanger' leath she w ready for toil. I know of no luoro creditable thing to the worth of Gen. Granger, to the pniriutim and fileliiy in fnendihlp of Mr V.indtrbilt.and ti Mr Granger'aown merit, that Mr. Vanderbilt should have provided for her under the circumstance. When the hleUrr of the titno thul fallowed the war are u mined up and it i een how nil of the luiding eol dler, their wive ami children, have bon cued for, thi n will not be the let memorable. In her liter tUy Mr. Grander wi op pree'ed at time in apiril, but alio had the 2lfl of nllence a well a of epeeuh. Khe wa pilienl in icneM, and, while bvini? life and li,hllni: for it, ru 7UI1UI iui a luuciiiugcouritg', luip'iotiy anil futh. All thi higanen of uiiud, ihtt 1 have epiken of, wa transmilled to the spiritual and the Chrialinnly Witlifuiing hopi of health nnd incteariuK feebleuesH of body, her faint smilte of love took on a deeper metuing. Her ftther, Dr. J. P. LeiVher, her niiur, Ellen, her boy, Commodore, and Hen Lelcli er, her brnthur, hur ll beam of fondness. From thin and moment we know that ihe toie triumphant. God be praised for her life Hint wan u part ol ourtl Hi will be done, thai nhe had not lived in vain. W. T. Piucb. New York, Jtn: 8.188. The salary of the U.hchiI rliate Supreme Judge i 510,000 per nnnuiu; United Blalce SanatorHHtid Kepresuntaiivua JftOOO Cabinet oflicers, $8,000 a yekr. United Ktalea Rrmycicerrii retired at 01 nd Udtteil K' nt 70. JE& The wnri malady known to poultry yard ha been cuicken cholera, which can now be cured by a doau of Gaoler's Cnicken Caolhra Cure, tiild and warrant ed by McKobrU & Htngg. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Friday' iun nf me Intkiuku ha not yet reached this office. The evangelirtt X)-l i "till preing on hl inciting at the liiptit church, with good congregation, J P Goode i not reogn'zed a agent fjr almot any road, whether in operation or projected, with full to extend hi operations to any pjint, actual or po'tbl, on the continent. The wa her i still ciprino i. The signal cervirc rep irt erin to h verified, especially in (he b.izz.rd, which set iu on H.inday afternoon. Tom Nill, howevir, who I cur ackuowlcnuerf oracle on the sub of weather, lay down hi dictum to the tll'tct that, ''a wa the 6 h of January o will be the next 00 d.ty " Lelie It lid biiug from Junction City the report that a paenger getting ofl the train at that point Friday evening miel hi footing and fell under the wheel. He w a .ratii(er, reectable looking. A letter of rfcommendition found with hi mtngled remain sicined to indicate that hi name waa A (kin, a railroader, and being tnoaferred from one rovl to another. -Amin named Lunafird, who live near tne now turnpike it K'aliou wa hul at hi home Sit urday night and eeriou.ly wnuuded. It eui that a parly of several un ler the in lluence of llij'lor wre wneli one of them fell from hi hore and waa carried into L lnnford'e house. Here they raied a row among lhemelve. Twoaf them drew weapon on each other I.un.ford in at tempting to get them out of hi houaa wa hot a iaed Too "lint wa fired by and said to have been iilmed at Ihrd Cirtnr 'l'hn deputy Mheritl', Cook, wn in search of Jtrbae fjunday, but did not find him. Thi la the way thai General Manager McLeod of the l ading Kosil addreed the strikers "To such of our old employe who have stood faithfully by ua we feel obliged and thankful, and shall not forget them; but the time ha arrived when all of our em ployei will be required to decide whether they will retain their place by reaon of faithful and honest service and prompt obedience to the ordeia of the company that eoiploya and pty them, or pay blind obedience to the direction of (he Knight of Libor, through which organizitton the leader hope to coerce u into the employment of men who consider their first obedience due to th&l order. Tue meo that stand bv us will have employment with reisonabie hour and good pay a tnnch a t paid by any oilier corporation of a aimilu character. M-n who do not will never be allowed on the road again under any circumstance. We have never objected in labor orgnizition xtd do not now. Krery man hall befrHi to belong to one, or no', a he pletse, but the hetd of surh order- cm not and snail not, diet lie to the company n to whom It shall employ nr how tooperale it property. P.ace that are left in obedience lo the orders of tho Knighl ol Lib r will be filled with new men, anJ such new men will be retained, and tinder no circumilauce will he di chirgtd lo make roooi for men who left ilimr place Herealier wo will operate with employe wno consider their first duly i to Ihe Oimpany and exect to obey reasonable order made in the transaction of iihulni. Tnera ha icer been a moment when under any cr,:uuiUnce we would arhilrMe any question growing out of this strike There ha been nothing to arbitrate. It i only t question a to whether the comptny will bd permitted to operate it own property a property in which there is invested over J'200 000,000, or w fielder tout pr(riy nhall be controlled by the Knights of Lb.ir. It may a well b. understood now, and from this time on thai evsry wheel n Inch I turned on tho It'uding ytm "lull he turned ou iln or ders o' mat uouipttiv and under the older of nobody else." Natural Hwroitr hio, but duo n lack, and wen Fr.iuky, llni' th b'bf, is put il i in hin lap he hollers, bir motion rm like distant thunder and uixkc the. welknn wrim! U iole Nl, which tin beo in Injr, anil everywhere, be Hy one nite a lion come out of l"e wo id and went to hi corrol to etthtcnp Uiicle NjI Iiu got up nnd lojkeil it, thocorrel thru a (Tick tiie linn sho le hi teoih and Uncltt Ned sod, "The iddiot think I am a dentM, lull 1 haveu'i nntim for lo lend tn htm. I'll send for Ihe lion tamer for lo quell liiui with hi I " -Johnny's Cimputiion in Hn Francisco FxAiniuei A Duamatio CuinoiSM. 1'ne "Undo Tom Ctbln" show peril rmed hero Mond v nignl. A' they forgot to give u the uhihI complimetilHrieH in return fur Irite pulls, we diili.'i go. Their hiMt actor- Iho trick j.ckSH -dud before tlier uoi here nnd that ws thoonly thing we cired Hbout seelriR, a (IVx.) Guard. SriiANue Cuiies koii Insanity Typhoid feverrerentlr developed at tho loaane AivIiidi. Ltcucertaiu other medinal uieiHiire. it killed some, but it aho cured several pttienl, who had Hollered for some time from itiH.iiilty. has been known to do Iho tuie ihiug. Medical Kecotil. titefiof UntftmL VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1888. NO. 297. r OAHHARO COUNTf DEPARTMENT. Lancastor. Mr. A. Lindberry and Din Lyons have bought out tho Uiloring establishment of Mr. Carpenter and will continue to run the business, at the eaum stand TheCitiun Nitionil Ihnl: declared a dividend of II per cent, and the National Hank a dividend of 1 per cent, out of the earning of the last six month, The cold wa7e roached ua on Sunday morning O.i Ihl, Mondty, morniog a sleet and snow are ii'lmg, making it one of the moat diaagieeable days of the reason. A petty thief gdned antrance lo the residence of H C, Kaullman a fee nights since by raising a window, and succeeded in getting with $7 GO which wa in a bure'tu drtwer and a little safe belonging to hi children . For Hent. The houe and lot belonging to me in Lancaster, now occupied by A II. Hice, i for rent Hiid house hah eight rooma, a good garden and cistern, a stable, Acs. Is situated within 30 yard of Ihe public mi lire. Mr. N innie II, Ander son. Gjv. il'icknsr has granted a pardon to John V. Miller for the alleged violations of Ihe locil option lnw and town ordinance in District Nt. 3 in Garrard county. Those interested will find hi reason for so doing elsewhere in tin paper. Mrs. Fa nn it- IJsttts, who for so many yeirs has kept the toll-gate on the Danville plke,died on .Stturday. She wa 78 year old and known by everybody in thia com munity Sae w a member of the Cnris tian church for more than 50 years. Ine following conversation between two lonely fox hunters, seated on the top round of a post and rail fence last Satur day night: "Listen, Mike, do you know that voice? That' old Kigle; see how be lesds tbeml Don't you hear him? He lead the pack a quarter. 13 Jupiter, if the fox don't take earth he'll catch him in 15 minuter! Tners is a dog for you, that Kigle; he in the best one in the Htate." At this moment a dog came trotting up the pike, which upon examination proved to be Ktgle. It is herd to tell which dog is lead ing. Louisritle Society Again Shocked. Louisville "socioty" has been shocked so often of lata that in it prostrated condi tion it simply shuddered at the announce ment that some of our awellest young men have been sued by a New York house for shirts and socks bought on credit a far back as two years ago. Oat, of these ele gint young idler is charged with shirts at j(l each, when the ordinary citizen who pay for hi clothea is content with wearing shirts that do not cost more than $1.50. Hrcki at $1 50 pair and necktie at $1.50 eich are among the unpaid luxuries tor which the gotbam haberdasher wants his money. 'Ojesuitof silk underwear, $15," i another interesting item. If our best young men will indulge In such luxuries they ought to settle for them. It is posi tively painful to have one' name mixed up in a vulgar law suit for debt; In the light of these development the Bjok" should he revieed. Louisville Comuiercial 'I greslly disum,"aid a Dakota minister, one Sunday, alter the singing of the last hymn, "to make any personal allusions from the pulpit, but I feal as if a certain occurrence demanded a worth I refer to tiie esse of Brother Hopkins, who lost $10 ou old Riyal Gmrge, the running horse, at the oounty fair last week, and got mad and set up a nowt about fraud and tried to clem nut the committee, and eo forth, It ws in poor taste and the strongest denunciation I suppose I might also add, by wy of example," continued tho good nun, a ho turned over the leaves searching fur the, text, "that I ( wa booking Uiyal George to the tune of $30 myself, but whan I lost I didti't go arournl roaring as it I htd lost a right leg." "Well, doe your hiisbtml still drink?" "Ye, mother, and it is worrying the lifo out of ma'' Did you trv this plan of bteiking him of Hits hbil that suggested to you?' "Ys" "D.d vou put in bis outf?" "Y,t " "What did liaj?" "He sid I wvs the only woman he had seen since hi mother died who knew how to uiaho c IIee as iishnuld be m ule." fNe braeka State Journal. An Foitouiai. Opinion -Of all the beastly, outrageous, disgusting, unnatural, degenerate, deformaJ, ill gotten, luiscon ceivt'd, uuhwfiil, inanimate, diabolical hypochondriacal, incongruous, erratic!, dough-headed, brain sptvined, idiotic, auid ish, incomprehensible conglomeration of typographical hull over perpetrated upon an innocent an J unofl an ling public tha in describable mass appearing in the Boise City Republican of a recent date takes the cike, Boiso City Kiterprise. Michigan i trying to bet her prohibition la 1 in her Supreme Court, It i a hopeless eilort. Tne experience of Kansas hssahown ttiat the courts have no respect for the rum and tho experience everywhere haa slion that excessive drunk tinner follows these prohibition enactments. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY The lawyers are beginning to arrive to attend court. Ona of Hie near bink organizitions has our ' Fistiie" in the directory It i rumored that iirer. Fox, of the Signal, is matrimonially inclined, and he i is solid, too. F. L.Thompson has bought out the in terest of hi brother, J J , and will hereafter run the. store in his own name. The Livingston Lumber Corapsny, with J sines .Saoibronk a general mauag er, haabsgun business at Livingston. Andy Mason, chsrged with being im plicated in the murder of Hampton, wasae quitted before Judge Collier last Thursday. A new postofiice ha been established five miles r.outh of this place at Hmtth'a Mill, to be called Rule; T. J. Cress, poat master. Explorations are now being made in some of the recently discovered civea in this county. Wnen completed a of them will bs given in this column After 'JO yeu' experience in railroading we have fallen into the belief of the superstition prevalent among railroad men that when one wreck occurs two mora follow on the same road. It never fall. Hretaw's letter from your place to the Harrodsburg Democrat, speaking of the "el evalor system" in vogue at Harrodsburg, heard of via Atlanta, Ga., remind one of the faot tint the mountain region of our State is not alone in the blind tiger buei n es, alcoholically speaking. James V. Brown, one of the most popular passenger conductors of the Knoxvillo division, died at hi home in Louisville, Friday, after one week's sicknesa of rheumatism and pneumonia. Nj conductor on the line had more or warmer iriends than Jim Brown, and his sad will be mourned by hundreds. Tnat self important paper, the Louisville Pott, wants all the so called pauper counties abolished. Tne a c. p. counties woul J be in no particular hurry to go into mourning on hearing of the suspension of such a slimy and slanderous sheet. It lets no opportunity pass when it can get in an abusive word against the mountain coun ties. As predicted, in our correspondence sometime since, the roads are almost im passible. Had thev been lookeJ after dur ing the snmmer months it would hayebeen different. Our statesmen, thro' our member of Legislature, are to blame lor nearly all of this business. But a tew roads in this county have been worked in Ihe last two years. Where nre the working people now? In the mud. Thus it goes. If Sm Ward don't look after the road interests of our county in having eome law enacted, or Ihe old one restored during this we for one vote for his following ht ducks, which went off to a warmer climate. The Somerset Democrat sayr: If the question of the present local opfon and high license were put lo the voters of Som eisel, high license would carry by a irity of rive to one, and probably ten lo one Tne people see how thing stand now ami would vote accordingly There is not any use of mincing words, and the plain truth should be told. We repeat it that "Prohibition in Somerset and Pulnssi county is a roaring Humbus; and that high license is fsi prefer ible to free wbis ky." A nuw thing out ih a clock, wttn ordina ry works, that will run for a year without attention. An electric bittery, conrealei', in the ctse, winds up me clonk from day tn day or w.e" lo week, the need may he Ooie in a ifmat while, the, bittery mnst be renewed, but that is all the aro the clock calls for "Why i ihe air in inn country so much freucr than iu the cii?" aske 1 Miss Silli hub. Ilvctusp," replied farmer Hayseed, "so msnv tri-ah peopli onmo nut frnm town and wade around in it." N man who resds ArisinllM can deriv Burdttte. Duckhns'sArmca Salve The best salvo in tho .wirM'fur Cuts, llrulsrs, Sores, Ulcs's, rfall 'ttlieuu, Kerer iorw, Tetter. Clnpped (lauds, Chllbhlas, Corns, nud all Skin Eruptions, an Itfiosltlvely cures files, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed tj give 'porfect satisfaction, or m ney refunded, l'rlce,,' cents per boa. For e.tle by A. It. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Wonderful Cures, W D. Hoyt ACj.,lVhlesleand RoUll Drug-' gists, IUuij, On., say: We li it i be.n selllug Dr. King's New OUcorery, Kleclrlc Hitters and Arnica Silve tort tour years. Have nertr handled remedies that sell as; wll, or xire such unhemal satisfaction. There have teen eome wonderful cures ell jcteJ bf', thoia medicines lu this city. Saver.il cassslof prououaoixl consuinp. lion havt'ibiteii oiitlrelyjcurol by use of a tew bottles of Dr. Klnn'. New taken lu connection with Klectrlc Hitters. Wo guarantee them always. Sold by A, II. 1'euny, Stanford, Ky. Personal Mr. N. II. Krobllclisteinof Mobile, Als.,-rltts: I take great pleasure lu recommending Dr. King's New Discovery fur Cuntuinptlor, having nsed It for a severe attack of llrouelillla nn I Catarrh. It gave me Instant relief auJ entirely cured mo and I have not been atllicted slaco, 1 also beg to slate that I bad tried other remedies with uo good Have also ul Kleclrlc Hitters and Dr. King's Now Lift) Fills, both of which I can recommend . Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs und Colds Is s.)ld onj a oltlvo guarantee Trial bottle. at A, It. Penny't Drug Store. TfTR TJP'NTT1 I A residence In a very de- Un rVDlN li I alrabte part of town with six rooms beside the Kltcliwi , a large rich gardtm attached. Apply to II (J. CUAtU. Administrator's Notice. All porsons holding account against David Bpoonauiors, tleft'd, wlli present them t'j.iae proper! y proTen and payment. .roux x. Ni'tHt.wt.iiooiiE, Administrator PaiM tipoonainoorf . One of the Most Desirable Building Lots in Stanford, Kouth aide Main street, opposite Christian church lot and adjoining the Presbyterian church lot. l'or terms, price, Ac , call on (Jeo. I. Wearen. JKA'ME P. IVKAItEX. II. U.l.fOKasOLL. MASTERSON PKVTOS. 1NGERS0LL & PEYTON, KXOXVILL.E, - - TENiY. AUbusInoaa Intrusted to us will be carefully and promptly attended to. This Is lo'notirr the public that we wlllnot per mlt any hunting or any other trespassing on our farms, but wo will punish any person or persons so trespassing to tho full extent ot the law, Nov. 1, 1887. JAMEHZPEPVI.F.H. V. St. M00.A3iOKE. A.JI.FM.AXIi, J. ll.31IIjt.Ell, in LI. I A. It 11KCK. E. H. FOX, l'JtXOTOCJKAPlIJGR, MANYILLE. KY. Has removed to his elegant now building opposite the post tflce and Is better tnan ever lo accommodate tba public with Quo pictures from Photographs to life site. Satisfaction guar. tetxl. OC.vS'uL.Slaifcls APOLLO NMIKT, Tho Bom in tho W0ELD. 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Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of thn stockholders of tho Farmers National Bonk will be held at their banking house in Mtauford on the 'd Tuesday in January, 1888. for the purpose ol electing nine Directors to serve the ensuing yeu. aw-td J B. OWSLEY, Cashier. WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, HTaNFOKD. ky. WALTON BROS. - - Propriotois. 8Ue of Susge, 20x50. -Eight complete seta of Scan. ery. beating capacity, Including gallery, COcr Mica wn able rater to good attractions. WOOD WALLACE, Successors to Wallace A Cochran, 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., THE GENTS' FURNISHER axi aoi:ntn roit the IXDIAIVAINH.IN LAVNURY. U3313 HUFFMAN, ' 8UK0E0N DENTIST, Stanford, ...... Kkntuckt. OtBce south side Msin, two doors above depot at- JffOTICJG! The partnership heretofore exlstlog under tha flrni name of Jones A Fulber has tnls day dissolved liy mutual consent, Mr. Henry Kulber retiring. L. W.Jones assumes all liabilities and collecUal accounts. JJ. t JO.XES. . . , II Exit tVLUEH. Crab Orchard, Ky. Dec. 12, 1887. All persons having accounts with Jones A. ii'Ufl come forward and settle by January 1st, 18S3. as tbo Arm's business mutt be settled at once. K. W.J. C.W. METCALF, JR., Attoti'cjat Iiiw Hiid fteul AKCiit, IJltJ?OUItVIIL.IL,li:, - - ICY. Will practice In anv court In Eaucrn Kentucky. Exatnluailo a nl land titles male a Any lUe tracis uf tiuiDer, coal, mnlier aud mineral lauds for sal. Infirm itlo:) furntshd on any point and aillcllwt 9EI9jBaiCIVaKRY. I ai.idallv opening ail el-ant - t Spring and Summer 5lllliuiT7, tiieluilliig nil The Latest Novelties of the Season. AUa Notlour, such as Handkerchiefs Collars and Cut), lui mug riuttlc, etc. You will dint ine at ih"iiu. lately Viiralnl by Smile- . v trrnii, n-i il v r lu tn Myers House. HATH IHfOltf.ltAlt. BEAST! slslsHIBsHBBIsl Mexican Mustang Liniment CXT3Ft.33S Sciatica, Scratches. 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