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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal.
VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 4888. NO. 4. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal -- - rrr PubllfOrodEvory TiMiortiiy nnd Friday sj l'KIt ADVANCK v iicn r i -o pn.i $a no will i ' J '" ' ii. COD IS LOVE AND NOTHINC ELSE. TlfAWK 'I'll i: MHIII. 1 1.1 IT.lt PKO.M tiKO.ti.l. O. ItAK'NIvS . Miniums. .Miss., 'i:ii. it, .ssJ. )t Mi the Willi" Meridian mjolccd in the classic title of and wim Mich tin ant place that the Mobile A Ohio road, W l.dl tlrst built, to htop at it. Now it lias a imputation of l'.'.tHKl rapid-l is the laiyeM cotton iniirt in tin-Mate, handlinn tt,tni li.il ev, and hiiins with various imluxtricH, iuctiidini; ti p. .mill); milt and an oil mill, both of size ami output. Ileal entnte is ' wav up yonder, and there is Unruly a . ....! l . t I grvai e.xpecu,uoo ... v. t le. She U mi excellent HH.imenofthe'X iipaud go of the Siw South, we hne lteurd hi much '"" "' " ,, , Micowes, iantpn.u.ii..a.i.i, mu.'ii or I. r proH'rtty to the energy of lin. who have settled here, and dorfc t .... full part towards IsMimiiig the little , ,i Five mllwavH pour their eontribu. l...!.-of commerce int.. Iter 1h.s..iu, and it ot hern am pHileeted. gnnlt t i asxluiu lias bei'ii liMMttd here and t . i fiom an eminent c a mile tit town, adding its ipiotu to tin general 1 of the place; though wh .in it should 1k aiuliitioits of liHvihg ,"i of so ghatl a chmiieter on iliere neurit, a my- t i t" me. I think a ii would rather jhiv to kiep rt a than compete for the 'lege of having it near. Hut the Mine I-1 i n- of the uxcnigc community Mfiu I. . '. inker after proximity to their uiiiut p i. IIown who Iuim' gone mad, and will ( lad high for the f tlie .- .. 1 .1 ...II........I f I" "'""" ", """" ' ".' ,,..,i.'i Om friend- took ii. out i their . p.i .iimiiiiihui ..." ph.- Kin.- lor the I expect to p,, .Uy.lisneh l,...iM l.iik the dun UH.iK.tiuivl.fi.nr , .. nt -HI ..f gl.s.nry went her. ! ,,, tlwnkfii that the tlrM live day- ..i ...ir ineeting had all thing, in 1nr of a ihHHl Stan, tlwt I, -Ue cannot Wp th. .,u. except ill lin.itis iii.il.iiiv We .'.I 1. .. .l..ii.. w.k mll.'ll mi til. Ill .lileL. " '""" "' ". had we tlte Min tiliei ill awhile; uninterrupted gl om settled mi u t. . i. I mi happy t" rvsrt favt.nilily on the .'- t ' ii v ii.- llculhig" mentioned hHelly in' 's'i'eli were the word- of Adelbert Muni- 'a-1 Afttr dropping tlie bat- niwny, the ymrng entry clerk in the t i,.- mean," I continued much ureat uNnWWniHMit of Mtdiiimuris , b, ! r. but .lldu't get entirely well. i.i ITamlersoii. "1 Imve lung wMied for . .. I... ...I .1... I.t I fill ilklk.irtntii. . lit. ..!.! .I.u I KIl.'W IIHl till- H4.rmi.li Ton "I'nitli Healing" i I S ,iila niglit; when I hd to m. in ti ,..iii.'of it. that it was all true, tin.', I 1 Mick and snU'ering for three Vi -s. and hud not succeeded iu .tl the devils Httuek upon Die, oi Anjceliiia. all the scriptuml mean 1 knew. Jest, will i..u II .ifiiighl I like an iiifmit. for tlie "Adellieit!" and the voice ..nutded tune iu 20 (! Sunday niglit the j - lUtnini'iiitt Juusle. notwithstanding n- e and to-day I feel almost iu oldv.elf. it- si,!. -ad undertone: "Adelliert, it P.. I.Ol.ll! The eoiuiectkin be- ha- been the dream of njy life t le able t, ! n ihe serinon iiud the heiiliug was. to place my hand inyotitsutidstty. 'Alel-si -'.iittiitt: lliHl it sttme to thinking tck me, I uui wln.lly hut w i. thei 1 had not laid mywlf open to n't. . k, by uiiiiiiiifious failure to the 'inline of JchoMih Ilophi l.oKD our llealit In my later mini-try. C ri.iinK thi law occurred, not by dilution. nir Wire; 'hut simply by ( and yielding to t'c pre mi- of public opinion, that sets st. aihlx against this department of tlie g.,.n 1 It wu easier to meet Tu other topi, s a.ul -". practically, I ),i. mil carried the want nf the body, M. ..... uiih thine if the onl, i my in inMry S..t that I neglect ! the subject alto-.... t,i r 1 al way- preached mi It, at c.i meeting; but I didn't ' to tin- front, as I oil flit to huredone. the applications for s a fell oil; a-il I ivally wlien I lo.k ul the reii.nl 1 ketpof such, liy the dear I.OllD'Shclf. I don't intend to h. unfaltliiul aLtiin. I ha learned my le-s..n over the rough ii.id, hut better Hint ihnn iu wrong ignorant or wlli'nl. So, for the n .1 of the mad, t am determined to ling tl" tliauges mi tlie ellleaey of the "holy loniiiiuuion" nst bid's dear "inearis" of V i pint' "the b.dle.er" in '""' J''; .in I "it and pmyeniH Mi method of lienltli, if, under any I am appalled when I relied that J and anew upon tlie sorrows ni fellows bring upon on i solves by not to Ciod in till.-, "nut this Many aiv weak and h d y among Mm, and nianv evil tdc" . " id Paul to tl.. ('.ninth . Vth ' ,; " "I"''1 i!;,;;::;,',.',;":,'.' I'::!,,':;',l":!( ";;:;: , througli the "broken bodv" iu wliich lie! "I'mre our and carried our in- " w,w ami tlie light fiom llie llriiiitiW had treated His r)i.'"'lver candelabra came softly through the iiaiKH. wltlientih.mi.iiiiid rMt glass which hedged them prostituted it to the uses. What' . . . I t'Nci'iitilil follow, l)iit that Salmi wlmiiM thw open door and nmi .'(. tin- Hock killing mimic and Mounding othi'i'.' I'm W mu may hImi he rittcn upon thi' Iki of I'audoni, that yiinly wmlx out a fntili of ihw divniM'N thi' old with Mich cclciitv that m'Iimuv can haiilly keep up iu even clnswifyinj.' and lahi'lin tlicin i'l hculiiiv' the wretched victims. The iucniise citlier new, or such iiiodilinitions of the old as to come to that is tln startling fact in iihhIIiiiI circle How luany niedidii journals arci'limnicliii this phenomena; how many niedlnil aie liearin e-says on the multiplication of inorbitic Hiiiitniiis; how many medical nostrums are heraldol in the prcs, to meet the in-How lin; tide of di-ea-C" thoughtful know too well. "In thereuntil caiiM.'" erily tiiere i. And it is none other (hail the one Paul aligned iu Ids letter to the Corinthians -neglect of Divine ,ntf Kr this is the world's birth- ri,lt ,,..,, )((. thHcl.H.tiai.s'.exchi.iNelv. ,.n j( i,Hr, .v,..(.f1,v." .lesu.s "liore the .ickiie.ses and canied tlie Intlrmities" of the world and riot f lll.,.irNH,ln,,.nlv;.i.iMw Hi "bv the mivilf ,;,M ,llMe'i d.i.th forevervinan" ,,,,,1 not for a limited number of 'belie- ,.,,, follow.- then, that what Paul wnii. fr ,.,ristiim,, bears iijn.ii the w,rld at laiw: t!i..u..li i.vi.. neglect, arc the lieiivi.J lwing isprally with e- to the liillux of new and old; mid especially "judged for "not I.OItlYs ItHlv," cuild not Ik- not being a formal partaker in the -tiered that set (,Ti j,, sns a lieuler. Oh! that all would see tluit only gmee neglected and rejected can open a door of cntmiice to our awful "Oh! that men would the l.Oltli for and for Hi- woiiilcrful work- to the children of men" availing selves of His heilllllf oriervin. .... .r fiir 1mi,i. ., nill . . ,.,, ,,,,.' . . . . ....., liow nin we l.s.k foninvt i ii" !-.. tlum "of the "ruming " nd the of his victims . n, mtu. f Illllir11S v, , t,,t, MnH,u.. mi, ..,,,, n41 ..,IWI1M. ((f ,,,.,,,.. , wv Mmhl . Mpr(ii ,.,, tUy ,.,, (.h w,, ,, lir m.Nl niit. fc (t w tMfM )m MV Imiw ,,, mnm. ,t MvUlU hm.. llvU 1IMI, (lW. ,.,,, l, L,. f(ir ,.,,. tmv (( ,, tIi . IW. l'vi r in Oho. o. I! mink-. I i mix.' long for , !-!"... .....y nm.i, ililllllfc reeklonsly i.n tlie that m.w wtiuHflet! Iy tlie inweiuv of tlie lowly Angelina Vane, "and now must I hear tlie which - ... -.. me to the pinnacle of or tu rink ine to the it can not 1h, it can not. can not lie." ' And why not, "iVmmiih. Adelliert, Hit- i.s j.npvtnr, and eerybHly Mould declare that I a-ked you. No, dear Adelbert, I must not, I will not be coinpnuiiiced." I'm toll Ttvitseript lua lecttireat Sim June, .lid of Clcveklud: "1 miii icl a demo. cint, but you republicans n "olii'l grin; I iieier I.el.iiig.Hl to your gang. I'm for t! rover Cleveland, though. ,'o man ha. rvit in tlie White House hi tld.. I'M It win. ha- had niore grit to do what he thought to h rigid, ami b" i- stmmier all over the country on ac- coiiih in courageous action. That is the kind of man we want. If any one like what I say, he mil come II aird apologize after the lee. tuiv ' over and I'll him." We ma liave the distance I. the -tin ami moon, i tit we know beyond a doubt 1 1 i'l t OMiite.'Kchickoii cholera cure will dire that deadly di-sea-e. It is warriuted and .-old by A Stagg. 2t "Whttt all the rubber The faetorlix iu alone tin u out iifteeu of shoe.- daily, or, eonutiiig tiiree hundred working day iu tlie year, four and one-bill' million pairs. It I- tl wonder that a crooked bank k'ttring such a name as DeCuuip have iviiiaincl iu Cincinnati until oiito.ik him. -1 .i.- ,11 li.'OtiolM) . A mbim mm miuti.ii i. . ,n ""'l ,0",'1,,,1 wi"' ll '"",r warmtlia . ...n. I :.i ii i ... i miiii nun Mioiiiiiig siieui amiu the rich appointments of the great drawing-room of the gill's palatial home. ciimtk ir. "Henry, will you be uilneV" It was the girl who spoke and Mlenec, shattered into a thousand fragments, fell crumbling to the lloor. The young man blushed and hid his face in his hands. With loving, gentle strength she took them one by one away and gazed fondly into ids trembling, sweet brown eyes. "Ah, love," she whispeied, "look at me. Look deep into my soul ami see the heart that bents its sweetest cadences to the id your inline?" Hie took ids sensitive white hands iu tier ow n and modestly as the daisy looks upward to the morning sun lie turned his eyes to lid's. There was a strange tin ill in Ids heart, a burning iu his cheek, an indescribable power lifting him upward into a soft, sweet air, which tilled his very being, as the fragrance of lire and balsam comes with life and hope to the weak ami wasted consumptive. I'llsl'TKII III. "With all my heart, Ernestine." Sweet as the miiic of rippling waters, mutlled silver hells, sweet and low as the oil'iiii harmonies whispering to each other among the carvings ami the softened fr cm iks of some grand old cathedral choir, wen' the young man's woids, and they brought to Krncctiiic such peace and rcM as until this day tier lieait had never known. "Oh, Henry," she said, and held out her hands to him. Again the bright youiur blood surged to ld cheeks, and with a glad little cry he threw hiuiM'lf into her arms, and, like - a tired bird, lie nestled his bead upon her shoulder and stint his eyiS to all the world to dream of heaven. ('II sPTIlll IV. There let us leave them. We din allbiil to lutiw tliuni, neither of them appear to be left particularly the girl. CIIVITKU v. Thus do c sfe what there is iu to the hungering and thirsting soul of the young woman who knows enough to ciiibracv her opportunities: And ftiihniiv them.- Washington Critic I'mn k or:rt m IIkkvhs. "There isone kiird of riiiliojid blockade the world knows Hit It about," said a Western arrival at the Uiclcde to-day, "and that is a cuttle or sheep blockade. Along the I'nion l'rtcilie tlii'M' blockades arc not during the bluanl When a hlhuaiil strike- u KaiiMis pniirie the mttle make for the mi! mm I cuts, which mlord the only protection they cm get against tlir fierce wind. As mhhi ;:ts they reach a cut a jam occur, one steer pili mi top of another, and soon the hliudU hen I is heaped up in "lie struggling Of course underneath aiv soon suiotheivd todeatli, when the snow drift iu upon tlieui, and I N'cii ii train talted for several da among these froen beeve. The -Mine tiling with lieei, only they jNick in inoiv solidly tluin cuttle." St. I.oui Arifiiineutsin tlie Hatfield corpus w liegnu Friday in tlie Cuited .''. tie hi'jfiin nibbing the head District Court irr Hon. oroiuly, and, turning to tin- representing West Vh- mother, -aid: "Sham) V" ginia.and Attorney Ocnenil Ih.rdinan.l j A preach J. Proctor Knott looking after ,.,.., fl,w ago. from the pulpit, tlie Kentucky side of the ,vad: "I ,,IV voting; "l is I liisvmuil iu Ohio are con- .,,,. h,d. ni.bi.r d'e to flirnk,.n, nor beggin' oh bre.. culture. It is beautiful bird and its a l,v. the p,,,," .i,, laving book down and is a- chii'itul a- the plow- lnliMllf: "I'b stcr, then, ruclude bob bite Why not ,k.,ble J(. ,l(. for meal." aiiiong tlie bird-and gie him the protection of tlie law? We ' A Veiniont mshier tins pr-cm ver Well do witleait by hi- lumk director- with a gold The love of .piail shooting !iy sportsmen ' nK bi worth 1. a- a reward i-but a niurderous p.isiou. Let all for 1 yeatof Certain gentle-be protcctionMs iu behalf of poor I'.oh. men in Canada will now what they Cinciiinati Coinmeiviai. hiiel..t by straying from tire path of A Moom.kss Mii.m'ii. -The inontli of Fehruaiy, W, iu one ivsptct tlie nuiiarkable in the world's history. It had no full moon. January had two full -o li'ad Manh, but had none. D.. you realize what " m re tiling fu nature it It had not occurred since the time of Washington; nor sieo, he discovery of America, nor since tlie beginning of tlie era, nor tlie crvatioii of tlie world. And it will not atiaiir, according to the eoiuputatioii of for how long do you think.' '.V'ldO.lM.) year-. Wa- not tlr.it trul a woinlerful month. That Rarest of Combinations. T 'im dolicncy of flavor with truo otllcacy of action has iitteinctl in tlio f:nuiii California liquid fruit reinedv, Svrup , ,. ... - i 11 ii t i Ofl'igs. Its pleasant tllBtO llllil bnnoilciul linvo rondo red it huriron()lv .' lir. It cleanses tlio bystuai, curoi etc. -.lie by A. I.'. IVriuy, Stanford. ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. .loliu Pott-, of the it lades neighbor-hood, died of measles --W. S. Cummiiis brought to town Friday a country cured hum that weighed 111 pounds. Misses Alma Carson and Lena of lirodheud, were here Saturday. 1". I.. Tliompsou leaves for the today. .Mollie llrooks and Judith King, of Crab Orchard, were tlie guests of Mr--. F. I.. Sjitunlay and Sunday. Harvey ami (ieorge Faris and J. II. Pearl, of London, were here Sunday. Smiling Dave Jackson was with them. --.I. W. May, late superintendent of tlie Piedmont (Va.l Manufacturing Company, was here Thursday negotiating for an mteresl iu the furniture factory and it is thought a trade. He will bring a number of experienced men iu the business and their families ami boom the furniture business. - James Cooper, one of tlie prominent citizens of Pulaski county, who lived at Line Creek, near the southern border of this county, died Thursday niglit of measles. Mr. Cooper was the principal stock holder in tlie Second National Hank of Somerset and owned irr one tract If, 000 acres of kind situated in tliis and Pulaski counties. Urs. Peyton, Hrown, Davis and Novell performed a since ful surgical operation on tlie windpipe of a seven-year-old daughter of David llysinger. here Friday (.veiling for the removal of a grain of corn that had become lodged therein. The little patient is getting along nicely. Orr Friday morning tlie same physicians, with tlie addition of Dr. John-tone, of Danville, performed the dillicult operation of trephining the skull of John A. Proctor at tiiis place, who struck on the head some year since and had hi-skull fractured. A similar operation wa. performed on Proctor by Dr. Peyton e two years since, in wliich it was decided afterward- that not enough of the bone had been removed. It is thought the last operation will prove bene tici.il and relieve the patient of the tits he has been subject to since he received the blow on the head. ok W n. The itevolutionary war the Crrited State.- SKVj.l J;!,70.t. The colonics furnished, from 177 to 17s:t, :!!i",tHit troop-. The war of !SpJ tlie I'nited States Slor.bV.l.tXK'i. The number of is at 47l,(i,.,J. The Mexican war the I'nited States $dOO,i)00,(XW. The inrmberof troops errgaged was 101,'J.V.'. Tlie war between the States the I'nited State- S,l.S!l,72!l,IKX). The I'eilcnd troop., mis 2,s.V.i,l;rJ. Wki.i. ii- in (iiiMM it. I'rett School Teacher "Jaiiirs, is 'to air actixi or verb?" boy in seliooli "Itntli ' Ptvtty School Teaclier "How i- th..t James?" .lame- "Active on the pan or t'. feller and pa.ive on the part of the Kill. ' Prvtti Teacher and in gr.iminar X. Y. Sun. The Uev. Mr. .Martin, a colored mine-ter, was a Imrber originally. he was ordained his first duty to li ti.e a child. Wetting hi- hand iu tie water bowl, belaid it on the child's "' then his niind reverting to his ..M ivciitmle. An ounce of is I letter than a iutnd of explanation after vou'e said it. WORTH KH0YI.IC. Mr. , It, .Margin men int. I iLv Cuj , H.i atuteH hiiIi a crc I. .lit, etc i Jed wim a l, iroinj; ioug.i .ma r .inning en (. ...iMia.iiM ' JW"TV: roiliinil m ile.h, ha-l ilnlicult m i.re..tliuij; m .n n n a Me o sleep finally Dr. Kiiik'i. New uiscoery l(-( .)ni,niiKin.Tiiu iiiichI iiii.iic.iii relief, .mil after ii. i.i ; uli.nil i Ii ilf hollies Imiiiii) lumxir well ..ii'l iu It ul no renin, if tin. dii"C4e. X" .ither rc.nc.l . n -.n mr . r..u ' rcmrilnf lr. Kinjl' N'e . Divoier) f r CoiMiinipiiuH (iiiu.i iiee.l I. do iul lt.it It (.li.intllfiii it I ni' Ih.iiI ' free a' K, I'eiu.l Stor HE.JEWS HER YOUTH. Mr., l'iiu.h Clic.le), l'cicrfcon. (, !.i) I ..., ..u llie tulliiwu.K rem irkulile .( ' , ilie triuii il iuvh the mwn "I .im 7J years olJ, li.in wiiti kium v c. mplmiu rtnd I maty years; ,ilil urn !" nyu wm.pjt i dp Nun 1 urn Irje frmii (wiiiaiiu rurtuvMiinU Mm able I' ill ul! my mvi. llullscworL. 1 one i..y ll,.nll. (u Itilt Ii ivi.ij; r Meu.Jin yottth ant rcmoted i, ll .ml ni ii, Tr it utie . .nit . .il . II, I'eimv Urn. htore. NEWC0MB HOTEL. 1,1 A. AX, Till, old and will-known Hotel ! Mill maintaining ill fine Charge, reasonable, special attention to the traveling public. At. I'. NKWCOMII Prop, Mi. Vernon, Ky. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. ThordUKtily llenovateJ and KcfurnMicJ. Fare and KeatonaMc I'ritei. Day and niht Trains arc met bj I'ulite I'orters of Ihit Popular House. DR. W. B. PENNY, DENTAL SURGEON, HTAX jeo It D, IC IBNT UC ICY. Ortice on Lancaster ttreet, second door from loi'KNM. office Oilite hour, from 8 lo u a m. and i to $ p. m Anesthetics administered when necessary. 5('tjr WOOD WALLACE, THE GEKTS' FURMISIIER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fashions of the iUy in the (Jent' Furnish, in-line will .ilwa b: fnund in my store. I am agent for the Indiimpilis S:em I.iundr), the licit Laundry in the world. LOUIS SOHLEGEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, UICfl.MON'U, - -. IvV. I'hotijrapss in all styles and sires l'iclur.M in India Int.. Crayon and Wtter Clr. Sew n i. 1 1 1 M its at vjrs lo price. S. O. DAVIS. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ZVV. 'KIINOX, K V. Odice nest door to W'hittkaad's Drus Store. Special attention siven to of children. R. S. MSRTIV JM. M, riRKIVS, UnODHK Ml. k M S 1SI7. Albright .V M trtin be; ti inform their many frieniU nnd cuitnmcrs .si the ch ine in linn name MARTIN & PERKINS, Tnencw firm h ipe. nut only to sustain the reputation uf the old, but 10 mile miny the manufacture of tob.ci" -s, lni.lt will be to the interest of nur We .nil desote special attention to our Natural I raf brands 01 bet t if. In liking soil for pi.t ftvirs till i.kmr (r a iiiiinntti'i'i of your trade, wj Ui-'. t'.illt 0.1rs. 56m M VKIIX .V PKKKIN'b Agents Wanted to sell orr. NEW PICTORIAL PAUL? BIBLES. J?32SKsES5 mtteS&mmm tap mmm lnsurpair..Un G.wl Pipr, Su portor Ill-ill i-.it, noniitlfulKi lilnrnphl'Ml jof rliaTrniiidfttorannil Illiirtratetl vil'h r.trTnlls, A Illnl'i Uyo VItw of llio Holy I.a...l, h iimlf ul l!!u3irn' 'il Ulblo A Lei ot llto Hooks of tit B:M:, t'lli .-s of tlio A full Af-fount of tho li l'tnom 1)noml:i tiioi.s of (ho World, is RlogratilinMl History rf tho AikmiIps A liuUx, A Interesting Account of tlio i:silnratIom In thu lllbki IainiU, Until oi.l and New Vcralivia 1 1 l'umllel Columns, with at'owploto Tltl N tho .Vsont'i Oyporrtinlty to rcai a rlilt iinrvojt. ComriilsslDiH tulil tu Uoott AkoiiI1. Willo M tnr tnrnM nipt smirn vour Iprrltory. WhcrothcrolsnontT"it vi will -n 1 llilile 10 nny n.ldrv?, prepaid, on rw.iiiot iirlw. iend for Cutulofuu. PUBLISHING CO., St. Lori-., M. MHN e.l.t.,. . . .-. . .11 t hnnl.t Via In tltati4n4l i rut' i i- m ni"iiM ciiinib'iisiii4f tl. i. ,11 .i7 I'liuir. ' n., aii'ln arh rVjp.irns.ltlllug win. 1 my ! y ' io cl 11, i 1 nauiiuit iv.ni ... , ... .. Hp...aIi!I Mil' ..nlu.llA.nl. ii'i.uuij svluJis u 1 iaj,i f ,r luwuw worlli of StrJi. JA.'ltW VI fit ., SKKH.S.IIAN, r.orlificr, N, Y. THE BOTTOm knocked out. si. . .e..?,r.c.V.c.il. r.edl" tl,n ,n price ever known at .A''l'i1KHMi, ihoeintf and repair shop I hanking my friends for their past favors I solicit the same in the future. All kinds of work done in the best of style and warranted to sive satisfaction or -1 1 pay. nythin? in iron or wood that you want ive mi-a trial and be convinced. WAI.TKK riKI.IJS, rurnersville. TfiAIWtlMG. STABLE. I, the undersigned, have in Danville, Ky , .1 in.-... 1 ...minx anu am prcpireu 10 urcat and train horses cither to saddle or trot, and say to ... W, i.iii.uiii miiu aujuiiiiug counties 11 you lute a horse that you want broLc, trained or sold, and will bring it tome, I will guarantee satisfac tion; will do my best with your stock. If yon have a horse you want sold bring it to ine, as vte has c the second best market in the State. SAM UKL JOHNSON. EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, iJANVILLM, ICV. Has noted to his elesant new building opposite the postotlice and is better than ever prepared to accommodate the public with fine pictures front photograph to life sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. O. W. METOALP, JR., ATTY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. ill practice in any court in Eastern Kentucky Examinations of land titles made a specialty. Any sire tracts of timber, coal and mineral lands for sale. Information furnished 011 any point and correspondence solicited STANFORD, KY ., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-known Hotel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determined that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in its' Fare, Appointments, or Atten lion to his '.unit.. Ilaggage conveyed to find from depot free of charge- Special to Commercial Travelers. THE FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE ,..' hase botiiht the right to sell the Florence ashing Machine and am now prepared to furnish ullwhomay vtisluo sate their clothes from the rubbingand tearing incident to the old process of washing. I akc one and try it and bi convinced. I II nut worry you about buying you are fully satisfied a. to its merits. Theundersignedhave purchased the Tlorence Hashing maihine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronuuncc it a success in every particular, doing all that U claimed for il. '1 naJ!R!,er, L W's "'J'laee. Ir. Mrs . S. P Salter, A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Levws lliidderur, I. K. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Varoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, (.eorge Peyton, Alex C. C. I lelds, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, K. J IIirmn.A and many others. , M.F.l'.LKIN. Iif9diiitartcri.at '. S Myers' stcre. Kentaeky Central R. R. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE CENTRAL KEKTUOKY 1 il' Pi int. XOZTH, (EASJ, IS&gi&eMsS FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON fe CINCINNATI. Si ill I't LI IN KIT! er NOV. ir 11.1. j"' SB 1'ailv l'.. Sun. a n1 ! 1: p m' 1 o r7m 10 01 ti m 9 jg p in , v in 11 o, a i 10 4 p m 4 JO ,, m 11 ,0 ,1 tn 10 :; p tu : 10 p m "sti pmu , p m 8 io p in n jo 11 m 10 55 p in "5 2 p nr la .1; pmu .5 p ,u (, p. p , "o P m T j,, , m f in in 0 00 p 111 . . " . ,""" 1 05 p m ... . . . .7" J 20 1 111 j 4? I" No. t. No. 1 , j.. OO . HI ... , 10 tj 111 . .. it 4, a in . . . ".'".' 7 Jt. a in .. . .J,".." 1 10 111 ,..., 1 1 on a 11 I jo f in ( ; 11 j jt p in 7 15 a in1 j 1$ pin 2 .1. .1 im 1 u p mi 7 y; ., in j oo p m 3 40 p 111' ii 11 a 111 3 50 p ns 4 O" p III i a m 4 30 p in 4 Ji 11111 fti a hi 5 ! p iu .' t p niii 3 a in b rft p in . ' v.il,! 1 I v.- lalni. aih I.se CfHhi.i j .. iir l'jris . .. . i. I.ve Pari. ir Winihcsttr., rr Uichntoiiil .. rr Lancaster.... Vrr tnford Lve Ui hmond .. Arr llerca Arr Intuition. Itot ih. I.ve I.iMniftlo ... I.ve litraa. Arr Kiihinond. .. I.ve Mtnford ,. Ie Lini.ater Vrr Kiihin.nd. I. : Ki limniid.. Winchtfsicr rr IWi, I vc a .. I.ve Pari i.ve L, mil., ... I (. Fihnoiit'i s" l" v im.t. ,1 0 . the Alajsv lie llrauch, X"o. 9 leaves Paris at - ,i m .m . No. 11, at .?o p in, arriving at v v .vi le a. 111 13, a in, mill - 40, 11 m. No. In 1 at 5 55. a 111, arriving at Pans at i .-ii No Maysvilla at U50 and 'f iv . il l'..n. t 3 .0, p 111 The trains arc 1 1 v 1 ic, t Sunday i.l.ae. I evingtiui p m. arrives Paris - . N 1. b Untas Covuiion 4 .(., p m, ar-I I 1 so, p at. M- 7ls.v. I .iimmith 111, rri.e C.vinKtoii Im, .1 111 Ii UL I.XChPt l NJ.W N)lj lr.iMisja.11l4.il, itu'i nrti.n I. ngt 11 ,11,! iih ni.it .tin- i.iher ! arc daily l(.p; 'Miudai ' I' " 110.1 1. rude ..I ' 1. "i..nr with IN MIV.1 I r tit Steri'i..;. lilliul, . 1 I. ii 11. C .iru:.m 'j. im 1 ; ,,t Miviiu . 'M 1-IN I. -- N . n I 4 run m 1 , lies 'tr s ,'i, if.,i vtith I'ulhiiau is C ir., bate 'en C.i'. mn.ei and V 1 in. I r jini W.,hmtun, I'tir. iljli :'.iit. jin 1 .11 ' 1, my 1' tiu.iii .n r isheu bv 1 ra'TroiJ 1 .1- full ( tin ular. iJJro. ,m 1. u . tin. Co. I V I r M.1.1, v I II k .lsr 1 1 mln.t: H.. "r t , .ml 1'ixjr Art., I. ss. i.t 1, 1. v. urn, n Ky. II. i: MI'S I .V.I.iN I v . ., j; UouornI Ot"oea, v ovlncton, Konttiolsy.