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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887011401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rVt,S ' TrFT,PFry?Ti?V T" " T?j!yw', "jyyT wiry yr: wa-i- - c Stmi lleeUii Intefiof lonftial ' VOL. XIV. 9tmi-3QS STANFORD, KYM FRIDAY, JANUARY U, 1887. caUr. NO. 194:. etkls interior Jfcmwal -- AT Pttbtiaheit TuemtauH nmt Friitny S 'I3UANNUlU,OAHII, understood If we credit that U.50 will b DActtnl and ri.rnandrd. ai W. P. WALTON- - 7 I llneot Fall Itllllo-r- j. the average mean temperature ol this I imdilly opening in eWnt all Including climate for the past eight years from De cember to July in as follows: December, The Lateat Novelties of the Season. MT VJ3RNON, KY. 64o0;Jmuary5ie0; Fibruarv Oll; Marc-- . nV?0,l.0,n,, .8Ucb J" ndlterchlofi. CJoll.r. April 6S3; May C29; June C5-l- ; 13 LOUD. I,Uc,,,nK Coraet., Butlo, etc Cbl; I'lCVlHlS will Aud too t the room. iilU m.ia. oer "iho rough road " Tnero it vanishei. ei's nppirtunity, a seen from a certain (Board of Trail.. fp-mTctUl by dial! tainlDgluaoe reputation ) wrtn, noil l to ihe Mr, n Uvula. Cb.rg. reasonable. fliereare noinfilelain the "lake of fire." standpoint a sort of girls' eyo view, as it SlKUlattentlon to the trying public. fCor.ctudsd next Isiue.J HA TE li Ul It Kit A tt. Ca ni(oi.i.TUN, M ts , Jan. 7, 1 8S7. V' SBrt'9.nJ Dkaii lnrr.m m: We are In what In w.ieioucaoi tne "sicond death" Iran. were Ooly a word more, applicants are HUSTONVILLE, Vernon, Ky. LINCOLN COUNTY. called the "pine hell," which, with oui ec miller the moat compact eceptici'tn Inio rigidly tested and "not ovary one that aaith the mot prrfect belief Only then, beliel 'Lird, Limi'&o, Ac " R, Green, oue ji our eldys, requests J centricitle-- t of position, atretchM to tho At can not be acopted in lieu of retribution; . With advanoed convenience and com- that you will announce through Friday's Hon Caroline thn Itlun rir... ir.i r r lantln Trie iMermiirii: "pine (li If. Kr.lain lhat Rev. J. C li.ndolph proposes to cniaMlng foi ih this section for tho purpoao or knot" In therefore an irmlitution. We have for tho "day of sale iiou" ia gone and thai mercial advantagea Loa Angelea is well Comply' Buiimla-icequipped. The city ia lighted by electricl diacua next Sunday, at the Presbyterian of hickory, oak ami dogwood of judgment" has beguni We remain here one week longer and ty for the hotteH and bent of flri, with elm instead of ga-- ; has pived streets and ce- church, in Huetonvil e, the question, "I Patent fjombined Wire & Hedge Fence. The Photographer, and nw.dtmim for "bc' lo;" hut the lien go loUreenwood -- Lite's other church ment sidewalks, water works, four hor'e. the Mraaiah of ihe O T Ihe Christ of the Thla rotrrwri) Is well known nd sro In Li Flare county -- If the LORD will. pIn4'kno car lines, two cable line, electric etreet Niw?" Tne disconree will ba well worth wlihUrK.io.lnmsnyalJcanlcoantla. meetlr tho crjrrnirjjr jiy of the fir It li Krer in JeMi. (10. O U.utNrs place. Mauy of tur raad.r navcr aa on railway, churches of oveiy denomination, listening to, and should the weather proye c.np..d fin...Dil and Wfsthy lirmira '".-- .,' nd builun inen or Anlir,i ,..j n.k favorable, it is expected that many will "I?.00. burn Ttey hare a'ne aanaatloti" beforr public schools, public llbraty, opera houae, ,t" " oinmcnded to tit Mr. Trlbblo THE BEAU! MS OF CHLIFOfWlA, win mm p 'eajiiie in calling on on ice fsclories, four daily newspspsrs and as avail themielvea of the opportunity. Ibem, if (hey ever do Ilia the perennUl It is iheiuljecttDdne rtl.g fences. all lntretfi for Wo bespeak An Interesting Letter from James 8, Dunlap, many more dlll(CQtof riouaske.para and tha pclil weeklies; seven banks, railroad trua that the simple question involves pri ti n tn pttn gnof our pwpleg nernl'y Esq happintM of that unfnrtuntie tumbar ot and stetmahip communication with the en marily the barrier between Jew and Chrie ITo the EJ I lor of the Inwrlor Journal tha tnatriimnUt firm, whoaa al iliitr it tiro world in abort, has civilization with tian; but it ia especially true that its con- COMMERCIAL HOTEL! Lou AhOEi.cn, Cal , Dc. 30, 183G -- After all its attendants eidsratiou by such a mind a that of M . fireiln the tuoraln," Nrinor A. BY J. W. ADAMS, a journey across Krerything in nature being broad, large R will shed a fl tod of lignt on the eignifi the dreary taestern plains with frihir Gnijer, the - "kindling" that dWl kindle, be in the winter lingering spring of '80, it and free has had the effect of broadening ranee of many obacure passages and usage eU)i.d when eeieoned with minds of both native aud.aettlerf; there of ihe Old Testament scriptures, can not of an lull atntnable) na'urf ; m con comparison the THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I haae Uuly purched tkls hotel and have I oere seems to be a miot many ImproTeinrnt in It. verting oneself into a magnl'nl ballowa quite like lo a paradife, when I entered the ia no longer any doubt that physical con I lniendio Valley of the Angels," a the early advenre. diliona help to mould character and tern, diesatlsfaction with the wsather. caoeciallv and mako onlyk.p..,rTihlng In Hrat-cland blowing dull coal, till the eye moderate charges. And tho Louisville As I bare ben on the road lor several year I turer were pleased lo name (hot portion of perament. Nowhere that I've ever been aince tne advent ol '87. From all psrta ol from their ocket; no MiAinc with abundknow the waul, of trarnlint men. will Southern California lyiug balween the Pa- is thtre such open hearted, generous Inspi-talit- y; the country, even from the everbloomini.' It lo their I uteres t to stop with me.and I 1M-- 1 make Weekly Courier-Journant amoke, lhaldecllnaa to go up the chim yr. al cific ocean and the Sierra Madre moun such freedom from small things, South, the plaint comes up interrupted and ne7, but follow jrou like a fi.ad, with uch genuine polilenea as among the old broken by paroxism of unwonted shiver apscial turpsse at your e;ei and One year for only 83-t- wo but taint. My destination was the metropolis p.rrs for little more than the price of one. of theralley, L Angeles and I, a a(nla cnttcti, a touch to a p In initaa Itancberoa Doors and windows are left ing. Ooe good result, and only one, so far aa CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, terof llght-woiopen all night. I have in mind a country ncted, has grown out of the icy vigor of the "N.'.r waa a lan ti gonerans bUxaiWdrUtr; loemleg, OF LANCASTER, KY. Z f ,,ng u' W 7.u "'" rto,lT9 mr one year lbewblUiMfltuat(iJo'r th w prompt Ignlt oi ol it larger companion, home where I've often visited and have atmosphere, is that the heartless fiind, who JLn,rJ,0nm'.ippr wl,h the Courier Journal, u Thotblitl. bionan tr reriirermlng was wont lo reiterato the inquiry, "la this -. roar up the chimney, that warm you lo ad never yel een the front door closed sad CAPITAL - - - $133,000 00 lcBdfo1.Vrt,!r'r,:Perof "- only, and rovonue i'roer pronunciation I aa necessary to dies, harnee. buggy robe, As. are left out cold enough for you?" is congealed in his weekYy'ln th. UniSi ranc, and a magnificent fire In two min t'l"'""y to riute. Those who desire a.raS, mr geographical education aa locality. It door and nothing is stolen -- at leaat examine Tbla Bank solli accounts of utav, flt to gel up by. A bind of union i u the rounds, or a cloae prisoner in hi domicile, atlJ r.rrB.r.ll.llia. ItsTla f.i.1 11.1am Indlalduals. irms copy of th. dow at tbU offlee! wtalrlnra iu.1. a ia almoat Impo-ib- le to disaoclate the prlnt-- d folks aay so aa they never misa anything. enaeavoring to disbelieve Rob Ingeie ill's the pine kcok Nj loffnu cjuple need erer appearance of a city or river from iu pet theory and cultivate (he flattering tactions, lo all fiu of th. United Slatas, ire n. make in tuag GrM a ,4bjne ol contention" The Idea that I had always had of .urpauea, ana cuwuiera are at all lime granted tothe"plnabelt" 0 her cause of !rtfa position on a map; when we nad about it is, I think, the prevalent one in hope that hia shivering soul may ultimate- any reawnaoio accommoaatioo tney mo proper wu beg-tbut difficulty arise Kentucky now. "Loose aod free" enough ly find warmer Quarter. to ask offer our services to the citithere may be, but that taaled knot ia no. we know where it zens ol neighboring wltlioat Banking Concert oni. It can not eilit beaide the pine knot, with an attempt to talk abiut it, or to read lo ta fascinating, bat lacking that refined Whether the theory that the Umperature faclllllee, an J assure counties, any businea Grand, them tbat nt and will not, if the pine knot be properly aloud. In the mouths of train men and sleadintsi that brings on prosperity. Is it of ibe mass of the earth is becoming percep- u snail at all times have prompt and altofi.l atParlor Grand, ntliiitd. If not, why noiT Which sounds swift travelers, the sounding of the letter too much to ask you to believe that the tibly lower, ba true or false, it is very cer tention. Baby Grand, rrirolona, you y. Well, it makea a fellow that pel! Loe Angelei are tortured, and "looe and free'' neea has lost none of its tain that the destruction of our forests and Upright Grand, feel like writing a loung tribute of aome yet the aimpleal an J moat natural rules ap fascination and yet prosperity is every- the denudation of our hill) exposes ns to Sanare Grand. J. M. UIOGINCOrHAM, kln-J- , m ha alia tbi cold weather in front ol ply. For instance, if you should say. where? Within eight of the electric lights weeping blaaia of Arctic atmosphere, to LEWId Y. LEAVKLL, JOEL J. WALKEH, We are opening the most carefully olectd. the There are many horsea in Lo Angelea of Loa Angelea are men in the which we once were stranger. And if the finest and beat stock of afire that owet ite beauty and comfort lo mountain J. w.loan, j a jo an o.i, partes who recently bored a well through L. K. HUBBLE, that can rack or go the runnin'-walk,- " thia "wonderful proviaion of nature," aa we and digging for gold; a lady in trim riding habT. M. AIIKOLD, 1MAXOS AND OltGANS B. 0. MULUN8. lab'lthn dear LORD'S practnu. Kift, n ahould psonounce the name of the city in it canters along on a quiet street and her 600 ftet of frozsn .ground withont getting JOJ. aiMfoO.V, Ph71bi!i0U,,hl to c" ETr Insnumtnt 1 an artist off cowardly way -- o loth to give "honor four syllables, each with a short vowel, give horse able as a Mexican whizz past she oeiow the dominion of frost, struck an avprices rjmgo frum t. prcnt. lower tnan and dealers ask lor10th. lo tho"aog," tbeaamasiund aa in angle, the picture of pleaaing dignity erage streak of telluric frigidity, our planet other to wnuai honor udue." (no sight same good;. Persons ot musical aod art plice a slight h sound in front of the third giving a more dignified mutt soon become loo chilly for a comfortar Invited to an Inspection or me beautiful.eultttre J. M. HIUOINBO rUAM, I'ltEST. A few more word abiut my new friend, appearance to a rcfind tone and artist designs ot these eel, LEWIS Y. LEAVKLL, V..rBEST the pin knot, before I dlimiM the eubject syllable, (usually omitted or alurrtd by city than that of ladifs on horseback) he able habitation. brated In.uumcnis: J. i. dANDIFEH, CA8HIBK, American you have aatitfied Ihe moat faa of uobound life, hi broad brimmed, The new land company in Florida, It la a curiou production of the pinui rain gaily II. F. HUDSON, TEIU.BR. Tho World-renownKuabc, tho Fa OM. not all the dead nine irn "f.i ' lidlou Ciaiillan Don aa lo your pronunci decked hat, richly compariaoneal bridle, who are pressing the gift of uncultivated uious Decker & Son, the 1'ouular Et-eration, but you haven't lo:d the truth about saddle ahd lariat, atirrupa trimmtd acres on all thoco who will consent to Vou'a.'iall o Into a fjrait where the re MACE BUUCE'S with and tho Jtcllitblo Neir Knglaad ihe horses. The popular galls are those long flapping leather fringe, heels cumbeot patriarch lie in Tarioui mage ol adorned occupy, have chosen a propitious time in l'lauos, finely marked gradation between a full with cruelly long toothed spurs, which to exhibit their wares. A few more decay and only a pirllon of them yield nod his j Buggy & Implement House. The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and superior horsemanship all reminding one blirtarda like that through which we have what you want. Ojb in three, in fire, in gallop and a dead run. In ihe eaal the geographical names often of the guerilla warfare daya in the John Church & Co. Organs. recently been passing, will cool the iffc-tto- n ten, accerdlng to a rule unknown to man. Kentucky of many a patriotic heart for the stoI can meat with no ona who can tell why ralate back to prominent warrior or etatea I aaw a stylishly dressed eastern girl and I have now ,nlcMe eoniinunlcate with us for catalogues, Urm men, and more often to the Indians and to a beauties of "Old aome tree are "fat" and other tall, long haired, storic faced Indian ried and H. it. & Ij. J. COOK, 8petlal Ag'U, wnrlhtou The early standing side by side looking in at a mil Kentucky " The memories cf our child A Full Lino May be "the bwk" ay, bit I can't. You nanus. in the old couniriei. of Whoat Drills and Or ROSE B. RICHABD ,V?offl.' find out with a lap of an as or a hatchet' luiationariei have left the stamp of Calho linery window. K fleeted in the glass she hood, the scenes of our manhood, the bones othor Agrioultural ImplomontsJ cfui1A 'I' Ke..r.' M" E- - ' Carpenof our ancestry, will all ba forsaken, while lie holintsa upon California, nearly all the sees, ter, J. M. Philips J. U. Moore and Jame lfax. edge which N which. The whole tree in loy, Stanora; Mia. Mgggle Holmes. Crab OrtS-arwe hasten in search of a more genial cliprominent places deriving their namea The ih.Jowi of the world app ar, more or Inn char! witn reamout Besides a Gen. W. J. Undraui and Miss Lime Una-mawaiter, from missiona, churches or holy people, Laocasti-r- , Ky. There ihe .sea th highway neir. r mate. and burna beautifully, but the richeit de(holy in the Catholic mind ) Nothing c.n there too, she sees the PequoJ'ia dim fi;ur6 port Kalher where the limb ehoot out The Tenneee Legislature ia strongly Full Line ot Baggies and; Wagons from the trunk Sometime, where lone exceed the beauty of name in this mellow beside her nnd looks up; her face i a study onpoed to the Blair EJucalional Subaidy Spanish speech which ia not of Spain; a sculptor's fortune. Kidenlly "1'ho bill. decay haa looaenel the knot, it elipi Always on ha d. In connection with my out o. business, I will alia carry a it cavity liknamjtmd tooth Unit tun been they put lo shame our burg and villex. curse is tome upon me," thought this Bucklen's Arnica Satre. Pronounce Sin lluena Veiilura Santa Lady of Snalnit. Com pi do .Stock or Lumber, detacned from it mooring in the jaw by MlSSISSJPPf fl. W TtebestSaiao In the world Cruise. litibara-Sen- ta Monica, Alajieda, Alham Children on Fort street play with grace Soros, b'alt Itboiim, Kevor Sores, lorCuti. Chapped ciIocki. It n exactly like the fan of n Tetter, Both roagri and dressed. Prices on everything as -- then jump u Smiletown, hoop and base ball bat -- In Sonoratown liauds, Callblalns, Corns and all bklo Eruptions, Thodlrccl through lino and old established route tooth. I hare one Out Lite brought me bra and Alto IJjar Wallow and Horse Care with the laao Low a tiny one. Irom Withiu thirty milet of and positively cures riles, or no pay requlrod. r, yesterday, about ihree feet lonj", of letd Caneyville, Is guaranteed to glvo erfect Mtlsfsclloii, or raonoy Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii and wish that sime prieit hid wavcl hi Lo Angele', with its hundred of Inr.aea I solicit a share of your, patronage, Respectfully like with it accumulation ol baton refundBd. rnce 23 couu per boi. I'or tale by and all points in the West. over portions of Kentucky. 0p-e'u- e in me, are droves of wild horsea that my t'onny A r . McAHst.r. . reiln, and ahnwin perfectly the way ol us IlItVCE. Two ?' "lllr Train' fr"n Louisville to at. the Pizi i 'The Church of our Lady be had for the catchiog the prico ia too Loal. growtn intheboly of tLo rot pina tree Ihrco(3) lilly Trains Irom Cincinnati Hfiat Can Be Done ? tho Angela" from this our city derive high While Eaima Abb itt is singsug in to ot. Louts. By trying again and keeping up from which it had been extracted, without of itnrijg many Oalj 10 hoitrn from Louistille and Cincinnati its name "IITrovatore"at the Opera II uie, eaglen things seemingly ImpooslbU may bo attained. (i fracture O. course the knot burn like n to t. Louis. Hundreds of hoHescass of KIdnoy and LWcr Li Ang(h)aleais built ion valley the are screaming in the mountains near by. Ciiuplalnthavo brcn tir barrel. Tney are indeatrumibio by surrounding nilla forming Only Lino by whioh you can' Tho cured by Electric Hitter I've given go Thou got a ThrouKh Sloopmg Car uoUur. Ati old aurveyor tell me that residence portion. In lSbO the fashionable mingling of above some instance of the alter crcrything elnn had been tried In vain. So Cbiistmaa halt.ods. to ISOVltXK'N for allJ thy U Iho population Iho gentle with the unreatr.ain don't think there is no euro fjr you, but try Elecltraau: It urnolias Just received direct from they are highly pr.z.il ,u "corner pou" 10 Prom Cinciuatl todt. Louis. New Vork City tin nicest and cichpust lot ever ws something over 1 1,000 now it ia near- ed; there is null an evidence, stronger than tric B.tters. Tbcre Is no medlolne so Mfe, so pure indicate property limit. And be has known ioi Is neik ol thu w ods. ly fifty Uooaand and is incieasing daily. any of these but I can not describe it. Dr and so perfect a Blood I'urider. Electric Hlttera trouiit slult buf the lufdicincs from Bourne I'nou men lo carry lnum inilei tj mirk a "crltfasou; '"ouk" irom UuIstIIjI Tne slreeiM are thronged with eaaiorn lour-i- at Uealty has wasted much energy in trying will cur. Dyspepal, Dlnbutes and all DI.va.oa of too faliuolo ildurne'it goods are puro Toy 11 fo Is and,T7. Cincinnati iu Si L uis, all other routes being to Ud aacrlti-'e- J tocauijof luert rosi the Kidneys. Invaluable in affection orStomach ner," because of their eodiiruii; qu alittu mado up of a combination of small roads. edles. and although thera'are hundreds of to persuade Centre Colloge tenior classes to BndljTor.andovercouioall Urinary Dlfflcultle. Wnich exhauat Thou shall marr soon, very soon. my aubjjcl and I will ooanliog hou-e- s many have to go back to ueiiBfti ansa aney never reauy nave a -r- go Home only oo cents a bottb at Penny A ltiasou: Tn noose tone luarketh this a hard Tho Ohio A MhslMppi Hallway mm Palatial drop it. MCAllster bleeping Cars on nUnt trains; Luxuriant Parwinter a it Hour lie's toilet article will mako liisdepit and elrep in the cars for ono thought that can not be expressed. I am lor Cars on day ImIusj Elegant Day Coacn-e- a tbte brautllul uOoie thy ledows. (II tbuu Ouit I "tJjtton king" iu MiaaMopI, ai oaery. not ne Ire iu marry, thou oorl desire to bo envied Excitement in Texas. on all train:. night at leaat. 1' ie hotela raw full to cits atill akeptic on that print. Fir I know body kno becauieof tny Ixauty. Orcat excitement hiu Tin einKle S.ale furuiahe nnectlous .re " and the City Council haa been compelled that this evidence last referred to, nnd ty of i'arls, Texs. by been cau ed In the vlcinl. Tliou shall go hunting and Qahtng, Bourna has Dl!?5.tSil tl0 dlveiglug lines made iu UNIOM Dhi'OTd with by theO. & M. about one eixth of the cntiro cotton crop of the remarkable recovery of tbe materials l.ailway, thus avoiding troblesome transt k lb matter of accommodation in hand. which I'd like to give, is aa real as any o Mr. J. E. Corley, who was o helpless ho could not Thuusti.lt hsvo a baby, a fiddle, an acconlion. America. Sjmeiimes more than u xixth. fers by other routes. About ijiih half tho visitor were hero iaat the other; fiat It exists nn 1 tinctures li e turn In bed, or rahw bis bead; everybody said bo viol. ii trliik'n lamps, frames, ptcturt, mlirers, The Ohio A Mississippi Hallway Is tbe only line It areri,e a million bales. Wiieliinton warranUid lewelry. was dying between Mulsallle, Cincinnati and dt. Loui. winter an are back this winter to etay and circumstance, and yet I can not ex King'. Nowof Coiuutnption. A trial bottle ot Dr. eouuieho iuei and taa finest lot of candle county, fun rtetl of u, raliei moru cotton under one uiauntweut, rvinlug all iu Olacorery was sent him. Finding ro er.r tiiuUiit to elaufjrd. the other half are 'tenJerfeel" aid will re pren it. I'll have to be content with put lief, hebjighl trains throufti solid and In consequence lu uilud that Poumo ia the 1'iiuusbalt f laro bittla and a box of l)r than anr one county in the country, or beLa recognized Pirst-ClKouU be turn next fall to livo. tint; it this way then, if the iretance I AiuK'snewure fill, and by the time ho had rleTerrsi iun (txcept hi. Cox) and tbe btst nun twet-tnose Cities. todem wim tween MOW ad 60.000 blea.,,-ThMia Apply to ticket Ageu The California school system is the best have givrn convey to you any idea of the Uk.n two boxo. of I'ill. and two boxes ol the DU. of connecting lines for "Hoses red, vlolrts blu, aiaaippiana nre dimply devoted to cotton. fultpantiularsaa to ratos, time, maps, circular. . Rourue's is ttie place lor you. ehaatspearo. or any desired I've ever eeen -- private school, music and union between refinement and rudeness in corery he was well and bad gained In flesh x intormutiuo, or write to In half Jttit now it hardly pay to ralae it. Too imunds. Trial battle ot this Groat ntn.. have fail, tbe told ot bis glories and finogooda HUbT II. F iKMAK, not btu art clasae do not thrive hi Ihey. do in the California, remember that there ia unother, ery for Caaiumptloa the. Trav. Pass. Ag't O A M. L't. Mo.i er.t Kr low pricea of lha ataple, if cooliniied. freest Penny A MeAllaitre JOHN K the public sohoola filing every de- more pleasant, more personal, mora potent Eh; How is your bloTd?-I- Jso promme to binkrupt the nlanter, I ,hear Ureen'sS-irsaparlllPres. and (Jon'i Mn'gr, Uen. Pass. Ag't, mand. Tho greater numbir uf tender. but I can not hedge it about with pbrajea I'or sale by llclloberts A Suxg UnU F. UDF17MAN, Ciuciuuall, O. at tt. groini on ererjr hand. Tn frmer ia own nre young ladies and none get less can not gird it with term. than Hrcen's E.ectrlc Oil cures all ache and pains. - l 11 C3 ISO W ed by the merchant, who haa ndranced on $75 per month salary. The city schools I havoone other subject before me that For si la by McltoberU A Stagg at fiOc. STANFOBD, KY. Ihe ungrown crop Tne fictor in N'e 0 -- are now so crowds I The IIUVKnS RUIDK U that teacher have to of climate and things but before begints.uct Kent, mad llurUi. lean (i arm both. O.ie failure of a bi cot- Oroen'.Ooldenllalra, sure cure for Catarrh at Office tout ! sldo Mln Street, two ,toota 5 puttwodayB into ono one set of pupils ning eiaclajrnr. Jli'3Ui iiairca. just long enough to ear thai BOc, at Mcllobcrl. Jt Stagg't. b th Myers Hotel. (las Ion houae there tumbles eTerytbiog con attending i 11 . lntlicn.aril Ji ui rr MireNlliout Oxide admlnlitot.d whr fiom earlr morning uninterup-ledl- y in some future letter I'll try and toll you Use Green Coiyh Balsam fir eongha and llltistrntiuii. m. 3,000 IMcturu liijund necied with it, like a houe built o( cards; colds. till noon, tho other from noon till something of the Spanish (iullerr. Missions, the wicoouc. oraaJebyMcltobertaA Stagg. the poor planter Hnd hardest worker being, dunk dusk is about AVlaoleuiln I. the liveliest time of people and their ways, the oalrich farms, a direct to consumers on jut roihU for ofcourne, at the bottom of (he ruin. A tho day when they come pouring out. The camping hunt in the jwjsouol or faintly nr. Trll.aliow to mountain; experirn soil of ineih matible fertility ia no afrgiard moat carelei's observer onlcr, and fjlvci exact cost of CTery-tUlcan look far enough cea and scenes iu a gold mine; the Cnlnese you use, agaitia. capneioua lat'or, ocoaioual bad into the future to see whut will be the re "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." liare fuia wrtUi. crat, alrliili, arrar, or and Chinatown; some reminisconcea ol "When lUby wiu aickj wo Kve her CaatcrU, Tlirao IA'VALVAIIU: Tlio OrJlnul nnd Only i.rntilur. eeuona and carelea habits ol running in suit of thla over crowded condition I'.OOICH roittnttt Infominttoit When aha a.vi a Child, she cried for there Kentucky people, among them Col. rHrud1vytto RrUM tVwarr rurthlr ImhtaWni, Castorta, ami lDiUwnablt Atk J out DrKxloi (W Uie LADIES. debt From what I heir the "nigger" and can be but ono, more schools and When ,Uo became ULu, slio clunS to Ca4torii, MlMehrttr'iHf pirtuulart intUt D.oUiavr.w iuMtoiai, avltl malt ruarkrU of tho world. IVo riiclUtiJii Irtltr by rrtwra maIL fom coiiko Mrs Flournoy, Judge and Mr. J. R Du a copy FJIKU to any ei (tUfflfM) to u the credit ytem are the "burning quently more teachers, and too there nro no puy, o( upon receipt of 10 ct. to defray Wliea she hM Children, .be cave lliera N A ME PA P E R. a McUe.aer i hr -- .Ir.l Co- Louisville; I'rofeuur Schaua, a Caslorla. Ullls !H.uiiMjiiuru,riiU4!ljk,r, exiK-iuor mllliip. am lacur from of the South I am not going lo horrors for Ihe lady teacher in Ihe counlry; K!d by Ilriicctt eterywtierei. A.k fir "1'kS.Jbrrt greit big German inmlo Ireacher who used yiia. IUapcclfailly, trr'a Kuullak' IViiu) rurul l'lll. TUtuMin touch thcm.until I cun speak more imelli- - no two mile tramp through the enow; no to leach in Richmond, Stanford and Lan- MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. For sale by Dr. M.L. BOIJP.ME, frtaoforst. At .31 Wadmab Avenue, Ctilcuso, lit. GOD IS LOVE Til AND NOTHING ELSE Rently; but there nre name polnla on which opsn houae; no fire to be built out o' wet, I may write, later on, If I can do any areen wood after the teacher arrives; no Rood by It. Meanwhile -tutor nt ultra m- - dividing up the public mnnt-- into forty ida percent -- earned In November -t- old you'll Our meeting are rerj blessed -b- eyond get it in January (hut you don't till expectation "exceeding abundantly " Oa March) and sixty per cent, eery band heart, criiahed by a ferocious ihe other girla have picked coming after over the new theologv, are uplifted; mother, with lost spring hats nnd there are no prtty onte on, dry eyes that had wept, refulng com- left; uo burying yourself up till spring fort fearful soul, In perpeptual "bondage with the promise made in racation that if through fear of death," cime out of their you will teach for the public money the ; and perplefed saints no long brat term a subacription school will bn got er tear to turn erory pace in their blblea, ten up that will pay well, and then realir- since tbev can eeo a God of LOVK and ing that this ia but an occult line in the N ilhing else quite through and through. geometry of tho district necesaary to Ihe 0 ,r gospel is a "dead shot" to honeat rce p plsn but not to appear in public. It it liclm of which there is so much Of were I could y much more C itirse illshnneat infi lelity li lnciirab'p,aTe of this system's fxcellence and the teach, priaon-house- conditions Jno. D. Urown, who, nt ore time K. TAYLOIC, created quite a stir at Christian College, in NOTICE TO CREDITORS nr t nn i u (XiUNrY, In IIutonvllle, where h will long be OP TUK l.aCtndfdte or the offlc. .KPfLt,w'nl'-n.of I,u,o Innractlon. .uoJid t to W. L. Williama and M.a i leHttiirinn.ti- COMPANY. Hannah Hurgin haven' forgolten him; and LINCOLN LAND others. There U a charge that even the most Safe Bargain. careful, whrn they come to California, be- J W. Alcorn it bitomce In HunforJ. KT. . Ij.lUVIIAIlit, . gin to talk large. After sajloE that th t'rttldent. jiiSfw ,or,iVemViflT i0 8Unf,rJ, Kv.. a ivry son don't shine on a fafror land, I'll Bgreo w ii . irawwnn SAven ro.m,,n, norcv ,be .moke'b: iV uuuui.ii bctb oi?wr! v. n to burden this tale with opln.ons, but not trrniimi ... .un lui. e. k. i. r.r tarms, Ac., . Ml. U. AI.FIIHO, givosomi fait and let the reader draw IU Agent for J. It. Aliord. ". t For ata 117-it- MjTL,l.OnEItY. L7r" j. "'K njewcojib iioo;r, wol,-k'no- tl 1 83-6- 162-2- t lt, " F. K. TRIBBLE, JE. II. FOX, - Iai.viIIe, . Kyt so-i- Frames Made to Order. MoKINNEY, Gtruiid Combination KY. widely-prevaili- nu tr m; d, kj Courier-Joarnaic- l, umii PIANOS ! DIllECTOHSl OPPICEKfii '' caJU-vate- d, ed ett ed dj n, lSS-ly- O. afc M. v 112-lr- .. FiVK COMMANDS! - 1 kr-- as Ihlr-tr-sl- a f- DENTIHT will-ato- O1 bx PENNYROYAL PILLS ug Klnt nil-atr- quea-ttona- rt m S?mi-ffftech- lj InteriorJournal January WALION. Stanford, Ky W. P. MJ VERNON. ROCKCASTLE C0UN1 X. Mia McOeo MoFarland, daughter of McFtrland, a prominent clt'csn of By a decision til i.o Court of Appeals, Taibott Long Wit imrrled to Miss Me- Delaware, ha bnught suit at Owenshoro, linda Thompson Tuesday. Mt. Sterling is put in the list of ''dns " II Mmtague.nf M mugne, Bros, II. A Cabler and Cal Price, of the L. All the nine ex Ujvernors of Kansas aainal J claiming, dealers in general 14, 1887 were preeat at trie inauguration of tbe $5 000 damages formerchandise, Montague & N , are witnesses at court seduction. Henry Poieet was married at Pine newgivernor Monday. left town. Hill Wednesday evening to Miss Dude John Roach, the great ship builder has In NOTES OF CURRENT EtENTS. B W. jL Jjlf Mop) WJOTtJWt -- M rvr on joint ballot it With two would seem that the democrat of Indiana ought to be entitled to chooro n successor to Senator Harrison, but it eeenis that with their devilish ingenuity and unscrupulous manner of carrying out the darkest designs, the republicans will ret walk off with the cake. They hare counted in Robertson aa lieutenant governor and hope to make him the presiding officer of the Senate, though Oreen Smith, the democratic choice itill holds the fort. The upshot seems to be that two Senators will be elected and the matter finally settled in the U S. Senate, which being republican will declare of conroe far its man, In New Jeraer, where the democratic majority is also very close, it seems that the democrats will loose the Senatorial prizs by Ghtinir. anion? themselves over the small office in the body. In both cares a painful lack of competency Is shown by the democrats in management and organicttion. mjit? J'-- l Henry Georoe, who has acquired considerable reputation as an economic writer, first dived into politics and had his head turned by the large vote he received for Mayor of New York and then into the newspaper business where be eeems to have foundered in his first isue. His paper, for which we are indebted to him for a editocopy, starts off with a rial abusing the authoritiea of the Citho He church in unmeasured terms for depot ins Dr McGlynn for Invinc aside his cleri cal robes to take a part for George in the mayoralty race. The effect, of the article OARRARO COUNTT DEPARTMENT. will be to array that church against him and his so called labor party and create Lancaster. fiat day. dissensions that can not be healed, Mr. H. C. Kauffman went to FrankNicholasvllle has so tiered another fire. fort Tuesday on legal business. perhaps it. is best that at one fell swoop he Ten frame building) belonging to James has blasted himself and come out in his The pupils In the primary department , true light, so that all can ba warned from j. iiervey Durnea,cusmg a tosa oi at the college will give a ftee entertainaccepting his miserable theories and fol- 500. ment in the chapel Friday. Judge John S. R)geri, chief justice of lowing blindly in his lead. The banks held their annual election the circuit court of Cook county, fell Tuesday. At the National B, L. Kelley has been reported in Congress dead in a dry goods store on Slate street, A waa added to tho list of directors and at which ought by all means become a law, Chicago. He was a native of Birren counthe Citizana National W. O. Bradley and Congree prohibiting the appointment of ty, Ky. W. A. Anderson were added. eional committee, to attend funerals at The sensation of the day in WashingThe board of supervisors meet public expense outside the District, and to ton Wednesday was the speech of Hon. Jno. to fioish up their business with the as prohibit the draping of public buildings T. Caice, tbe Mormon delegate from Utah, seoMr's books. They have raised the listed except upon the authority of the Prosi in defense of what he and his people call property in a great many instances, which dent. There has been a vast amount of their religion. has caused considerable kicking from prop good money wasted and much scandal creFire broke out in the Custom House trty holders. ated by those who make the occasion of a Louisville, Welnetdar morning and de The tobacco barn of Todd Scott, at death one of frolic instead of observing it atroyed numerous valuable papers belongBryanlaville, burned last Sanday morning, with solemnity. ing to tile government and all the furniture together with a lot of tobacco. The loos Is' OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT 7. A rARAQRArn is going the newspaper in Collector Cox's office. estimated at $6 000, on which there is an -- Col. and Mrs. A G. Palbott will leave Dr. Willomhby Walling, of Indianaprounds that the New York Suu is openlr insurance of $4 000. The fire is supposed MA.IIIC HAIlDlrV, of Alontloollo, Cleric. early next week for Washington City and olis, late ot Louisville, has been appointed to have been and agrewiveiy opposed to Cleveland'the work of an incendiary. Philadelphia. That's DOtbing. Thai paper United Statei Cinsul at Lith, Scotland, a Mr Morris Davis returned to Cincin 0 Mr Peter Lowrie, of Elgin, III., a foropposed his nomination before and fought position to which an annual salary of nati Thursday. Mlaat Kate Wherritt is mer partner of P A, Marks, the merchant adheres, with added fees. him with the vilest filth after he wae, but visiting friends in Lower Garrard. Mr. tailor, is in town. Millewburg, Ohio, Mrs. Jnna Mr Cleveland got there all the same, while and Mrs. O A. Newman, of Birdstown, Ice nearly as fine a lake Ice has been by the ghost of Mr. Dana's candidate, Beast fiut'er, didn't oars ahe has been dUturbed were guests of Mrs. R C. Farris. the first husband, who killed himself, and had of tbe week. Lt. and Mra. W. C. McFar-lan- d put up during last week and this by F. W carry even his own State. Timn was when her Handman and others. the Stm was a power in politics, but it is tbe remains taken up and buried four mile lelt Thursday morning for Fort Dtvis, -- Mr J. M. Bailey, the new deputy eher lonper regarded even as reliable in its further away from her premises. no Texas, accompanied by Mis Kate Lan if, has ranted to town with his family acd wa sentenced to be John McElroy statements. Di.iaia dram, who will remain until spring. haa rooms at the Clemen Iliuse. hung at Henderson Tuesday for murder. Tnere will be held in the Lancaster men all over tho countrr are Business -- Rev Galloway, of Perryyille, began Drugs, Books, Stationery and When the jury announced its verdict tbe Christian church on January 26, 27 and protecting against the parage of the Inter Fancy Articles. his select school at that place last Monday, heartless fellow permitted a broad smile to 23 h a convention of the Christian church State Coniinerce bill, which prohibits railwith good prospects for a injcct-ssfu- l wreathe his wretched countenance. term. of Garrard, Lincoln es and Sunday-schooroads fn m charging more per mile for the H Lm -A"phaniom puty" given an Monday PbTolrtam' rrrtcrlplloni srurtlj comic op Alice Ottes, tbe Am Jj r.,.4,,.- vX'.iN" and Bjrle counties. All churched are short than the iong haul. No railroad night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs Va era sioger, died in Pnilade'phia at tbe res earnestly requestfd to send delegate. . I, 7513 TTV.thin and the result would bi could ". R hert Ilann is said to have been a pleas idence of her husbuul. Sie hail wated ex yaJsgygJ The Liucaster Ciritiau churcS to increare rather than diminish freight ant affair. away greatly under a painful complication tend a hearty invitation to all and will charge, if the bill should become a law. The board of county supervisor hiv The Largest Stock of Watches, Clooki, of disearej and death came as a welcome re Yfv$V gltdly entertain visitor and delegates. A Railroads charp.e too great a difference, concluded their labors and are now prepar- jewoiry ana ailverware lief. evangflist I. II ipkins.S.ate Sunday school howevei, in the hauls, but we doubt whethThe prisoners in the Slewsrl cannty, n their report. It is intimated that there brer bought to thli market I'rtrr Ixiwor Ihtn er Conrewonl interference will help Tenn , jail, at Dover, enticed the jailer into and B F Clay, Statu tni'sionary evange will he Hie I.owMl. Wurhrt, Clock, nil JfKflrr Ito- a reduction ol $100 000 in a total of list, will be prejent. Fir-- t session Wedpslrnl on ihoit notlm and U'rTnt.l matter. their cell, overpowered him and escaped. $7 000 000, ea listed by the county assersr. nesday evening, January 20. The House by a vote of 222 yeis to 2fi They forced the j tiler to accompiny them - R L Salter bought on Tuesday from Mr. Dtn E O'Sullivan, who has Mr C. M. Jenkins and Hn Bright, of Garrard, riayn has pawed a bill creating a depart- for throe miles, after which thay proceeded ment of Agriculture and Libor, practically alone. Babbitt down fin, stys of him in the Lou 24 cotton mules, 14 hands liL-h- , at $02 Lindfe7 McKinley, of Henderson, Ky , isville Commercial: Lincoln county is one p.--r head These with two good tbe same aa cflered by Giv. McCreirv. Southern This bill U what the givernor has called was sentenced to the penitentiary for life of tho wetlthiest and moil prosperous horse he shipped to Atlanta on Wednes In the Stanford day. his hobby and ita passage by such a tremen at Eransville, Ind., this week, for the heart counties in the State. Mr J. W. Yerkes returned from Louisdoua majority shows that he wields great lea and unprovoked murder of an Italian, Journal it has an exceptionally well editinfluence in the balls ,of legislation. We, A rope would have fitted the case much ed newspaper. Its lawyers are men of ville Wednesday night, where he had been recognized ability. The community is no to confer with the authorities of the Louis-vill- e however, doubt both its praclability or it better held to ted for ita hospitality and intelligence. And A New York ealoon-keepSouthern railroad. He drew up, an usefulness. The agricultural bureau U a of the excisj law, offer sinecure and utterly worthless to the far- answer a violaii in yet, with all these advantages, it sends as argument setting forth thi. terms on which ed as bail thelarget finished diamond in mer. a representative to the State legislature the people of Danvillo and Boyle county the United States, It is known as the Fontaine Fox Bibbitt. He is a cindidale desired the road to come to Danville, and Two Kentuckians are applicants for the weighs 52 cirats, has 04 facets Territory judgeship, Judge 'President," for re election, and will have no opposition. submitted it to the comptny's attorney, who Washington and cost $40,000 Bobbitt is a queer combination. He has will in turn submit it to the board of diGeorge Kincaid, of Lexington, and Judge Mrs. Sum P. Liwe, of Robinson county, MikeSaufley, of Stanford. The friends of committed a half dczjn law book to mem rectors, and when they shall have deliberaHe re ted upon it sufficiently, it is thought somebelieve that he has the waa elected 8iate Librarian of Tennessee, ory and calls himself a lawyer the former affect to receiving 77 votes, her nearett competitor, members every high sounding poem he has thing di fmite will be known a to whether on the appointment and say he has the cill Mr Williams, receiving 34 vote, There ever read and believes himself a poet. He ot not we will get the road and when we endorsement of all the Senators and Repreware 60 candidates and tbe balloting occu will get it. 8elabl HZIO-a-ZiT- S has manufactured a string of sentatives from this State. This we know pied several days. metaphors and proclaims himself an oraCluverius, tbe condemned Virginia mur- Ii iiill idling tKo old reliable OLIVER, is not true, for McCreary is a warm friend and also haa an improvement that Eight hundred employees of the Old tor. There is nothing in B)bbltt but false derer, receives a great many floral gifts is doatind to make it much moro of the Utter and pushing him for the posipopular than it has ever been, Dominion Steamship Company, are on a sentiment and tiresome bombast. His van- O.ie young woman recently sent him a detion to the extent of bin ability Don't buy a pump until you see tho BUCKET ELEVATOR, and for cut-tin- g strike at Newport News and are so riotous ity is bayond conception. He is continual- sign which bore the words; "Heaven is boxes buy the SUCTION CUTTER. The New York World an alleged demo- in their proceedings that Gov Lee has sent ly writing complimentary notice of him JEWEL and ECONOMIST thine." Another "floral tribute" contained RANGES, NEW ARAZ0NA COOK 8T0VES, &c. cratic riewpaper, which always abuse the three while and two colored companies of self, and worried the Uvea of the corres- a hangman'ri noose in immortelles, tinder Alao a general line of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Flue til-inPresident, is booming its attorner, Bone militia to subdue them. pondents at Frankfort last winter with re ueath it a quotation from Dante's Inferno &c. Cjnkling, lor the Senate from New York Walter Lenoir Bingham, the deaf quests to print these fulsome puffs. Mot "Forego all hope, ye wno enter here." 1 W n. UcKINNKY, and advertising itself at the same time. puie who is thought to have murdered HalMiuen. AUUUtJT tSEIDlNUKtl ley is the only wear for Bobbitt. Ha is always has an eye to business. Pulitzer A dispatch from Richmond says that Mis.Lzzie B Turlington, also a mute, never happier than when making a fool of near esti The rumor that Craig Tolllver, the R a fld to Raleigh, N. C, suicide 17, is suppos himself. His constituents are aware of all tho Virginia tobacco crop of 188'i, it isOnly by jumping mated, weighs out only half a crop. have committed desperado wan found dead and cut up has been said above, but they send that h of It haa color. Good tobacco of into haih, is unfortunately not true, the from Niagara supension bridge. It is to bo him back to the legislature to be the Is true pity. Kowan will never be hoped that it lobbie and the butt the new crop is selling higher than new to laughing stock of the aore'x the -- Another hacco has sold sinco 1875. For the rest of ex Kentuckian gets there more than xhe is as long aa Tolliver's head of everybody's poor joke. Hon. JihnM Hewitt was Tuesday elected the crop, frosted and frog eyed, planters are a hot. Four years aco there were 3.C01 saloons receiving only 3 or 1 cents per pound. Soehker of the Arkansaa Hbuse of RepreA DILI, has been presented in the Senate. He was born in Frankfort, in Missouri. Under the operation of high sentatives Among the lunny sights in society are at the suggestion of Secretary Manntau,t com unuided a company in the Federal haa been decreased to v Iirensothe nuuibar old appropriate $1 500,000 with which to t im of one fifth. It takes an the meetings between the during the war, is a democrat and was 2,880 a reduction burse tbe depositors in the Freedraen' avenge of 820 persons in Missouri to sup- beaux and the made up old girls, aa they elected by the vote of ex Confederate been going on for twenty years, and SavinuB Bank. port one saloon, but in "prohibition Maine" have every 500 The sa all chattering little bits of nonsense thro' A New Orleans special says that Kenthere is one saloon to A candid review of the liquor question teeth with the certainty of knowing tucky cinnel coal, wnich has for some time loons of Missouri now pay $1 842,208 m false In the Southern States shows that prornbi they a;e not humbugging each other much. tion, pure and simple, U falling into dis'a-vor- , beao. shipped to England in increasing the public treasury. Under the old aretem Four Woodford county farms were and that high license andatrinent reg q i unties, ha become in fuch a demand with 721 more saloons, they paid only ulations are gaining ground. -- fdncinna i t uro that an English company with $2, $547 320. In some of the towns of the roUI Tues lay at Versailles by R B George receive! of the Rogers estate, for $60,000 500000 capital has been formed to develop State the license fee is $1 500. Commercial. At Fort Keogh, Montana, the tempernewepapsr is to be started at Leban tho cinnel coal deposits in Breckinridge of For A Lord Iddedeiuh, late Secretary ature varied 90 in 24 hours. elgu Affairj in England, is dead. couutjr, Ky. on, to be called the Enterprise. bt seven-colum- n under the republican regime, died in New York Monday of cancer. Senators and itepresen The republici-tativea of Iodiana counted in Mr. Robert-eo- n ai Lieutenant Qjvemor. Pr.if Bill, of telepbon-- ) notoriety, lost his $200 000 residence at Washington by fire and most of bis furniture. R R Eirley soil hU farm on the Frankfort pike, 4 mil-- from Lexington to W. C Franco for $100 per acre. Robert A.Sleele,oummlssion merchant St. Louis, waa shot and killed by T. R. Marateller, in a dispute over $15. The earnings of the Cincinnati South ern for December were $267 069, an increase of over $5,000 agamot December, 1885. Judge John G. Kyle, one of the wealth iest citizjna of Mercer county, and among the most eminent lawyers of his section, died of paralysis Friday. on the Cheat Eighty river, Tucker county, W. Va., have been driven from camp by tbe nightly appara tion of a headleaa horseman. Freight trains collided on the Cnesa-peak- e & Ohio near Staunton, completely wrecking both. An engineer, fireman and brakeman were seriously hurt. McOown, county attorney of Muhlenberg, is under arreil for gambling and foi keeping a gambling-houre- . If proven he will spend a term in the penitentiary. Bsrnard Sohaff, who committed suicide in a Cincinnati prison tbe other night, is said to have been the fiend that threw the bomb in the anarchists riot in Chicago. Chief Justice Pry or, of the Court of Appeals, decides that marriage licenses may be issued on Sunday, just aa persons may be legally united in marriage on that n wood-choppe- A remarkahle boycot is pro?ri in Galveston. A fmle compositor of that city, a member of the printer's union, mar compositor, and then tried ried a to get him to join the order. He refused and the union voted a btveott in which the wife participated, having left her husband and begun procdine for a divorce. non-unio- rel ioious, of Elder F. G Allen, editor-in-chiethe Apostolic Guide, died at his home near Milton, Ky., Tnursday, tbe 6th init, Rev B B. Scott, a native of Offings-TitlBtth county, diei recently at Kam-gao- n, India, where he was stationed as a Methodist missionary. At Uunda, Africa, 100 native christians were matsacred by order of King Mounago, because one of theui wui caught studying a catechism. Tbe first edition of the bible printed in the United States wa in German and waa issued in 1743 In 1782 an Eogllth edition was publihed, both copies being in quarto Boston Budget. form. The Sunday School Institute, which and begins at the Christian church lasts over Sunday, promises to be an inter esting occasion. E d. Hobeon, who will conduct an experienced man and a capital vocalist. Jackson, Tenn. has a sensational libel suit on hand, Rev. Frederick Howard, pastor of the Contral Btpliat church, having sued a number of gentlemen, including the proprietors of several newspapers, for an alleged libel, placing his demand for damages at $50 000 f e, itis iill Reynolds. The boys and young men are having a lot of fun in tho nflling line, of pistols, guns and watches. George Hasty was jailed Monday on account of his fondnes fur yelling on tbe streets. Pine top. Several pretty severe falls have been reported by out citizens since the sleet but none were serious. -- M. F. Brinkley and wife. of Louisville, were here here a few days during this week. J. J. Williams, of the same place, is here. Capt. Jack Adams, who Uvea opposite the court house, says foxes are destroying his chickens. He has teen them twice in his yard at night. Winston Pollard has moved to the house recently occupied by Walter Tuulin, and G. W. Huckins moved to ths property vocated by Mr. Pollard. Judge Carnifax and J. C Jackson, of London, were here at court Tuesday. Mr J. M. Higglnbitham came up horseback from Garrard Monday evening and return ed same day. Mr. Lon. Cms, after running as news bulcber on the train a short while, baa accepted the position of telegraph operator at Sinks, in this county, instead of Jmw Landram who goes to a similar position at Lorstto. Among the sick, Mrs. Parria is no better; Lloyd Maret la improving slowly; a child of John Riddle's is vtry low with spinal meneogitls. Ben Price, of Livingston, has not consumption as stated iu last paper. He is convalescing. The following legal gentlemen are present at Circuit Court: M. T. and J. A. Craft, W. T. Ramsey and J W Jones, London; J. W. Alcorn and R. C. Warren, Stanford; M II. Owsley, W. O. Bradley and Wm. Herndon, Commonwealth's At torney, Lincaster. The celebrated case of the Common wealth vs. Logan Sigman for a crime com mitled 20 years ago, was continued in tbe court here on account of tho abeescc of important witnesses. Several other case were continued for the eame reason. But little is being done and court will probably adjourn (Thursday ) Jack 0ens, a fifteen year old boy, get one year for house breaking. A few indlctmeaU have been returned against persons carry concealed weapons and selling liquor Wil lis Buasell gets ten days in jail for riding a hore without leave of the owner. y Dealer in- - GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CONFECTIONS, TOBACCOS, &c, &c. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, Stanford. 3ECy. The following Seasonable Goods are in Stock: Citron, Layer and Seedless Raisins, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Macaroni, " Cheese, Oat Meal, Hominy, Beans, Krout. Honey, Butter and Soda Crackers, andCanned Goods in Great Variety In addition to the above he has all the NECESSARIES OF LIFE, All of which are as good, and perhaps a little better, than can be found anywhere else. Jutu $2,-50- PHARMACISTS, -t -- l. vuiSSinmo - K&M well-kno- wn JEWELERS. .i?.'jp.. "a'jryyjuugjygwj inPiMS OLIVER PLOWS. 4 ar, g "W- - ZE3I. g, M one-fourt- Wall Paper, ar-m- bald-beade- Furniture, sol-die- Cases, Caskets, Robes. as low as the lowest. Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices B. K. WEAREXVT, Stanford. I A i ', mums yif mm .i:" rninj".'"ivni i' " mw ?- - r$mmirm(vitt i"ujr.i 'n.v"i mwuvjiouui1 1' "'' t pnrtrmMimimim 7 rV !' j5tmi-Wlfcf- cI i Juteriorjonrnsl January 14 IM7 DualnoBis Manager. A K. O Lmiuhlin, Dhakrman wax nrrt-Hic- UkinK i mpropr Itb-- i Stanford. Ky. old ulrl. natnml John Ma to defend Prewitt wru'eio the governor that in Cincinnati for they did not think him morally re'p m- -i wi'n ix year ble and for that reason a'ked a c iiuiauia linn of the but it was not granted n' 'its pr pony 1 X. O. WALTON. and should not ham bsnn, wa are told Burned to Death. A frnie dwelling The execution wan witnessed br 4 000 pso in MRkvilln, our colored suburb, plH but was nrlxrly and well performed, by occn-ple- d i.ay lulal uttt Mall train going North- vahu. 3 10 Kiprtu ft 1 i lrln" oouin Tha.xva It about la calculate! 30 minutM r, ... li.M Norb.,.m..w...IIli.ii outh.M....... -- -' - r. m mun on .landant time. Boltr iOCti Boy your XOTICEt. Holiooi Hook from Penny A McAIUter. Ask your eroctr for the Cincinnati Ra kcry Co.' cracker and cakes. W ATCiira and Jewelry repaired on ahor notice and warranted by Ponny A McAlin IIortkwi, Attention. H dispatch from AlUterY Carlisle ay: A fire started there Tuesday A mupLvrn atock of lewelry, latest morning in the dentist office of Dr II II. rty.e. Rockford watche a ipccialty. Pen Gsnalinger and extended to the adjoining ny A MCAIf'T buildings of F. M Paale and I II Piper. PERSOHAL. When the wall fell Dr Genslingtr and thi Kewton Craig were caueht in the debris. CouW.G Wjclou han Rone to They were extricated, but are fatally InjurMt. Vernon court. low, $o0 000; io.urauce $25,000. Mlna Mattie Hiiown, of Ltncaattr, i ed. ToUl Beside Meaars. Peale A Piper' loss, J. A. with Mr. Oeu. II Bruce. In Chappell les $13,000 on dry goods Mil 0.0 Wink has returned from a regard to Newt's ii juries, Mr. Will Craig vWtt to Mi Vernon. butinrM writes to hi sister, Mr. Bruce, that his Mrh J. 8 Hundley i veiling head wa fearfully cut, his lip gashed, one Mm H C Enleman. mother, Ml-- s Km A, Bakeii, of Hheiby City, arm and a leg broke, a hand crushed and a brick buried in the fl ah of one of his Irgs. la the Kuet of M m Nrllir Qaines. Nicholaavillr, Though so horribly injured, Mr. Craig says Miu. John MtCTCALi'.of he entertains'ttrong hopes of his recorery, ia the ciift of Mr. K. M. Crpenter. Mil L B 0IVEN8 ha gone on a proa but the proce.ii will be long and tedious. pecllnjt tour up tb Cumberland Valley. The Opera House. The faol that the Mita PiiilSouen, of Louisville, la rn Opera liouMi shook considerably when 96 V. II. a, vl.it to her parent, Mr and Mr. people were keeping lime to music in it, Daddrrar. safety, VANiiooK.af McKlnney, ia baring occasioned some talk as to its Mn J. II Mayor Burndde thought it bet to order an pending a few daya at hi old home in examination of it by experts. Accordingly Brodlrad. plevunt new Mack HufTinan, a no'ed builder, and John M. LiviNOJTON, the A Allen, an experienced carpenter, who manncer of the Linculn Lnd Company, rery largely in building the house, waa here thi week, and W. were choen. Trier made a thorough ex Mihiiu Richard Walter amination of all it pari and report as foL, Dwon have rs'.urnul from a prospect-tri- p llow; We hare otrefully examined the to Wllllatnabur. Opera Hiu and Sad it in as good condi Mm J OrrENlieiMEiiand htr daughtion as when built. There are no cracks ter, Mr A. Lederer, of Chloapo, who ,1a or Gwures in the walla and our knowledge UitinR her, were here of the manner nf its structure canrinrei u Mr. Joe 8 Kinn ha returned fiotu that no danger whaterer exists of its giying Tennewee aod Mr J. K Hobb haa been away to any weight that may be pUced in Louiavilln offi'e transferred to the it We regard it a perfectly safe under and not It waa 8. E grett a any ordinary preesute likelr to be required the printer not it, who i makin at August, of it, Signed, Mack Huffman, J. A. Allen. aucwMof the Olobe Hotel, Georgia,. Fa TORINO Law Breakers For Dine CArr Thomas Richards ha moved time Marshal Newlaod has been complain with hi family to hU new home on lower ing that he ia not properly supported in Main, which ia a model of architectural his ed irt to maintain order and that there beauty and convenience. is no ue for him to arrest certain pets of II, K Camnite, who gate up the print-le- g Judge Carson, a they were inrariably buoine to so into the bulne of bury- turned loose, often without a trial and ing printer anJ other, waa in to ee u sometime without a Ooe. We were loath Tuemlay for the firt time aince he uaed to to beliere this of Judge Cirsn, but a case in pjiuleeeaM to gire cilanng, if not actti hold a case in lhl nfli. al substantiation to the charge. For more LOCAL MTTElis7 Inan a month, we are told, D'e Wolford, Judge Morrow's trustee of the jury fund, Bjwt ctoned good l T. H WaltonV. hai been on a spree aod on sereral occa Machine l reduced price. Peter sion ha acted in a manner, Hamton miking night hideous to th citiun of Al Fi ri.ro Mmtrel at Opera Houe Ltnctster street by frcq'tent discharge of Febniitry 1 hi pistol. About tn days ago he waa by Marshal Nwland and taken be Kink will In open to night, and onThe f.ire Jilde Cats in for a misdemeanor and ly a fow night more. wa discharged, and no record made, the Walter Firms " of C'h Field, fell ollher think", of the fact until we referred VdneUv, fracturliiR hi to it in our issue of Friday last, wieu a whlfo'katiur, arm fine wm entered. 'Iuedy he wis again It wan Mr Jme Kdd and not Charleat. arrested charged with threatening Andy Vates with a pistol .and again taken befjre A Itdd, Jr., who died of paettmonia, ca tt. the jniliiP, who inatmd of trrmg htm at our tn'oruunt eight day of hard once, rrq'ilnng a bond for hi apprartnee, The Hiipcrfiwr, after placing him in the hand of an cflicr work, completed their labor Wednesday, which w.i a net increae o or sending him to jail, put him in charge the retiitol o1 Kcbert Fei zsl, whose business is that of $50 000 in the a'fmi'nt ajaweler and not a guird for prisoners repair The committee on court-ho- u Next day when the cie wa called Wolwill receive waled bid until 12 o'clock ford did not appear, hating heard no doubt Monday, the 17th, on carpenter' work and fiat another warrant charging him with PUn and epecificaiion can be carrying concealed weapjns would be is painting at the cittnty attorney' cflice. sued. A fine of $10 wns entered against teen him all the sime and enough eridenca wa Mn. J 1'. Heneuan, an intelligent h- will, adduced to conrict him of having a pistol man, adrertlce In thi Iue that concealed on hi person. A number of open a German fdiool here on the 20th. reasonable and it will af fines hare been entered against Wollord, Hi fee will be but we are told not a single cent of them ford our merchant and othei an excellent The reason of lancuage which i has ever been collected opportunity to acquire a ofmir citluu. thi favoritism should be inrestigated and uaed by no larue a pirtinn the blame put where it belongs. It is of The LAN brnKemea hare j'lit de ? ery little tie for example's sake to catch and when up a poor devil from the country and fine clared, after 18 day of idlene included, moat eferybody, the company or imprison him for parhap his firat of been a trlke, had forgotten that there had fense, when habitual law breaker ara per thatthetrlkeiaatanend, and the ring-iU- r milled to go Scott free. in the matter hate died their dupn get nuNO. -- Granville Prewitt, the Wayne to feek employment anywhere ther can attempt to force do c flinty fiend who cut the throats of Jarvis it. Thu fil another Buck and his sister and then robbod thtm, inand that were neither j'i nor proper getting a little over $5 in money and some rue-da- y, for At the election of director, article of clothing, paid the extreme pen National Bank, iho old bard ally of the lair at Monticello Wednesday. the Farmer wMchwen.ti follows: A. W Carpenter. No more heinous crime was eyer commitWited, yet the fellow seemed to reflect upon J. K. Baughman, B. W. Oien, J.JM. II it with indifference and regard his fate n. lliam, J M. Hail, J. 8bank,J. W. Alcorn, G. W Jme. Tnwe with no concern whatever. He was an D W poor mortal, who apparently knew boen for the First National are M. J Miller Vanderter, II. 8. Wither, nothing of the plan of salvation and adBallou V. P.Tate.W G.Welch, Ji.eeph mitted to the minister, who called to ad Hocker, Robert B iyd, Craig Lynn, niinMer spixitual consolation, that be had J. 8. Hamford Erwin, T J. Fotr never prayed in his life. In a letter which wa prepared since hi sentence, he soys "FonTiik Winchiater Sun romarkr. oui-plthat he remembers going to the house of showed hi taine Fox Babbitt, who his victim, but did not know till several unfitnfM a a legislator in the last walk-otthe Dext hours afterwards that he had committed Houe, will hate a bltinh for our the crime as he was drunk at the time We time from Lincoln ciunty. get a baiter The deed was committed on the night of natlTo county that they can't brother, the 20th of October nnd hi execution man." Your blushes are all nnht, for it in less than two months the other but don't you fool youroelf on underhand i true, shows that justice can occaaiunally take its proposition. II what we lien proper coue, especially when the conmightier than Bobbin will claim a now thinks is hi demned is poor and has no influential on the seat, which lhbbltl friends. The lawyers who were appointed in fee simple. -- A !" of ahot. at Ioaded Penny A Mo Cart-ridg- r, Oamlin cmht Cre from the store pipe Tueslay morning and was soon burning like paper Three .children were in it at the lime, two of whom gotouf, but third, a little bur of sic, wa o terribly burned before he refund that he died in a few hour Wil lard Teeter ruth ed in thronich the bN and not him, re- oeiringsome burns MmMilf, Tie face of the child was burned into a crip and Us body waa Ip soma place burned till the b'nne. were expneed. The h iue belonged to Anthony Giren nd wa not insured The poor woman toot ererything she had and in her doubts' sill ction she presented a mot pitiable spectacle, 0rlr, te SJ Newt Craio Injured. hr 0rn 0ler, nr-rte- d Prewitt ale a hearty dinner half an hour n before hi death and in answer to an to hire acinar he said, "I havea'i uot time to smoke now" While dressing himself for the last act he said, "I am one of the best looking msn that ever went to the gallows." Tie HUht of the instrument of death staggered htm, hnwerer, and he quivered as if an aiiue affected him. After the rope had been adjusted he made a rambling speech, confessing the deed, every b ay else, laying his trouble to whisky exhorting all to ahun it and bad company, do right and meet him in heaven. Wnen the black cap was drawn over his face he said, "I hate for you lo do this," and ai the drop fell, "Lord have mercy on me" wa heard to escape his lips. Dsath resulted from strangulation and after being permitted to hang 17 minutes he w ting stable, shed, crib and buegv house. cut nVwn The entire structure was consumed and it UAHHH0E3. required all promptness and dexterity to -- William 0 Ronuins ond Miss Bailie prevent the 11 imes from spreading to the Massie were married yesterday at the resi- adjoining building. The stock and vehi clea and some O' ro were raved S'rty dence of Mr. Jamr Massie. Mr. Mkttin Dilaney and Miss Sara sparks from some unpreei tiniia pipe no Southern, the 17 year old daughter ol Mr. doubt caused the blaz. Mr. S'evenson to thank the public for it timely as GeiH Southern, were married yesterday, -- Mis Edith Talmage, daughter of Rev. sls'ance Tnat mariner of which Coledrige tells D WiitTalmage, will be married to Allen Ojnnan, of Richmond, Va., in about two Ul, who stood on the ship's deck in mid months. They met at White Sulphur ocean snd cried with a husky voice, "Wa Spring? aod afterward at James B. Pace's, ter, water everywhere, but not a dr p lo drink," was in an unenviable situation inRichmond's millionaire. deed, but not more so than our toddy lov Our olejer young friend, Mr. L, C. iog citlz in, who awake to the terrible re Alcorn, familiarly known as "Wink," wa married yesterday to Mis Bettie, the love alitation thai the'lowu is "drj;" that there ia not a drop to drink in old Crab Orchard ly daughter of Gen E H. Hibson, of Yes, last week the license of the saloonisl Qreensbure, Rer J. A Bsule officiating. expired, and the green rcieen was tnken We send happiest greetings to the new away and the funnel and decanter ceased to couple along with our very bett wishes perform their functions In other words, thai all the joys and successes of life shall Kng Alcohol shook off (he dual of his feet be their. a id departed from our town Bit not with The rumor of the probable marriage of out au adieu from the bo;s which savored Miss Jennie Buchan n proved true. She mure of glsdness thsn of regret, in the was married Tuesday night in Louisville s tape of an old time bonflre, which hated at the retidtnee of Dr Witherspocn, to Dr. until 2 o'clock in the mirnin. Sjju -- but W. B Armeodl, a young dentist of 0ens thtnk heaveo they are few have been inboro, where after a bridal trip to Florida, dulging in serious apprehensions, such as they will settle down to a happy married "Crab U.chird is ruined, it ha received a life. Mis Jennie Is a yery lovable young paralytic Mtroke;'' "business will ba duller lady, and the doctor has won bath a treasthan ever anu property Vilueles " O.hers, ure and a fortuneand a goodly number, are more hopeful, and talk as if a gentler era wa dawning LAHU, MOCK HU CHOP upon us I'he remark of one old gentleWheat is quoted in Chicago at 81 for man, who is not uverre to something strong May delivery occasionally, illu Urates Very palpably thu Fifty tons of bay ready biled, for sale, tone of the latter class. 8dd he: "Prohi John Bright, Stanford. bition is su excelleat thing and I believe it A good jack for sale. Apply to M, O. will work wonder in our community. Ii Vandsveer, 3 miles from Stanford. Ai may seemingly cause a temporary stagna Tip Morrow, of Rusullville, has tion in the phase of business, but in a little bought 70,000 pound of tobacco at while everything will wag on as briskly as For Sale -- 12 held of high'grade fat ever. Perhap where ardent spirits were cows. Apply to R. II. Bronaugh, Crab ven ted something more usiful will ba sold; Orchard. Ky. 4t the monetary airenu which piured into the Cattle are slow in Liuisville at 1J to saloons, will cnaoge its current and flow to 1 40; hog are quiet at 3 j to 4 CO; sheep the groceryman, mechanic and merchant steady at 2 to t cents. Morally, the benefits of prohibition will be A T Nu'n-llc- r sold to Charles Cecil, even m ire perceptible." of Bjyle, 25 130 p xind "bouts at 3 cents ones at 3 per psund and 25 aktt AlMr.HllhLUl.niN cents. R. L S titer old iait week to Burgess, JjUMIIEH. of Svitt ro inly. 20 mule. hand high, Dirid N Prewitt al $117 50 per Imad I h for tale all tliroen'lona ol seasoned yelbought lat week 25 head of 1G0 pound low Kjpiar frmulnn nistrrtsl. Contrnrior or pr-ttrlsMiu to bay will find it to their liitemt yearling sheep, hull wrs, at 3J cents; also tOClllOIIIIlri. ' It hg titanlor.1 Ky, two car load of butcher cattle at 2J to 31 cents. fD.invil Advnratn inrf-tatioII W - n . 1- - I n Mr, H rlin el ( Jtuoiamti - l Itnn Mr W '1 E H VK'St-- d NewOrloana ond ToxaiPaclflo Railway.) m r mtns al i ! filh.r' , M J n E "lint in. I M'S Ml,wle N- '"I - "let miI fclust, Mr- -, J H .puer. Buler. Mof 8 anfurd, ha iuini here. Mr Aired Kr mee, i' Loiiaviile DEC. 31, one. nf Krtnllirkt'ii "sildier hovs." in t if; l DOWN. KKAD IIP. k see Mis Lila D ior- - en F'mk rKiiNi Mtuni. Dillion is now permanent 'n g it man" at TIlalBNOlTII. N 3" No. o. No. 7. Ho 4, Mu.l. Ho. J. No. t. No. 8. r3TATION8. Junction Ci'y M - K He Jrne gne Dally Dallr Dally. riallT. Er u i DallV. Dallr. Rx Hun Dally. Dally. week In attend echo l at this Ctllege at Danville 0 10 p m Mi pm 1025am S4lam 5 00pm Kile Dins is 7 5Sa m n.a 55a ra L've.. ,rtnclnnai ..A'rv 10 Si pm p 4 85 pm 721ara 4 5a m 2 01pm SI a iu urge'ownM. b irk from a plessan! visit to RiwNnd, IHD2 am 20 n ni ra ,...M...txlngton 3a p 10 22 am 30a IhDin 7 00am 405a m 135pm 8 61 pm 8 27am t89a m 104 pm NlebolMTllliL... M'M' Fox and Farri, of Bmle, were III 43 am at p II 4( .pm It Mara .Harrodaburg 2 M p in II (8 am 1228pm Junction.. 3 15 p in M7am P 1113 a in 12 47 pm here Sunday, Miss Mangle Dtvi, from II SO a in 811 pm 5 82 a in 2Cfla m 1212pm Danville 10 p M a in Junction City ..., 8U2 pm 520am 2 45am WO pm 2'B a iu. 2 41 p in the county, I spending a few days with '25 p m KlDga Mountain..1!., 10 42 am i j'nHp m I 3.1 p m 20 p m ., 127 M...8omeraet Ward, 120am 0 50am the Mis .a At p iu S31 a in 7 30 . m ... ..Oakdale '0 4.1a m 1000 pm COS a m 8 2 am List Saturday evening about Chattanooga . M, 6 IS pin 7 lo p m 825am f, 10 p m S0 m Birmingham....... 1250am io lo a m an alarm of Gr was rounded, which KM am SS2 p ra hIjU IV(HiiMii 911 pm S20 am A 40 pm ilto a m .Meridian brought out our cltir-n315am in full force At 7 41 p ti 7 85 a m 3 00am -- New Orleana. 809p m was thought that the two story frame first it l M a m 295 am ..........Meridian residence of W T. Stephenson was on fire 7 30 a in .Vlckaburx ,... 73p m 4A p m 6 .........BhreTfport.. . 8 15 a m bui a nearer view discovered that it was 7 10 p in .T. P Junction . 7 60am one of his outbuildings instead, constituM M-"- , rt M-- sr- nwriili-n he r arm J It trt i r- Queen and Crescent Route. '86. - Mii Sliortc t mi (Jiiiekust ttluo to Sow Orleans, Florida, South Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT rp 1 1 1 oi. 3r ami 1 s iat ...., 10pm No. tlaava Oakdale dallr exctpt Hunday, at 5 41 a. if , Arriving leavea Chattanooga at 3 00 P. it., arriving at Oikdala at 6 4) P. af . Mann Boudoir Buffet 8leapiDg Ciri on all through trains. JOHN C flaUf.T, Oen'l Mamger, It. CAUIU)l,IOe 'lupU W. W. WHLL4, tiuperlntendent, Bomenet, Ky. Oeoeral OOcm. t Chattanooga at 9.18. No. 8 H. rOLLBR VN, Oen'l Prt. A Paaa. Agt., R. X. KYAK, Aaat. Oen'l FrU A Put, Agent. t Paul Bull'lif. West Fourth Slreal, Clnc'nnall, Ohio. re H. C. RUPLET, MEKCUANT TAIIiOHV I have rocelvexl and still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising the best In the market, which will be Ootton Up in Btylo and Mako Sooond to Rono in City or Country. Giro Me a Trial. WEAREN & ery, MENEFEE, - Dealers lo a'l kind of- Farming Implements and Machin aVfiie 2. Bosstrai -- QwmAsmwi 9 aSDUBEYN,- -- 100-piun- d Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Grain, Wool, Needs, Feed, Coul, liiiuiber, Etc. s Ifli-li- l, . CRAB ORCHARD LWCOUJ COUNTY. NOTICE TO OltlKIiITOIt.S-Tersons having claim are requested to promt to me immediately . 186-4- 1 0r 0.ey, t, nte ei i of urbine infects, Tnat buzzing cnt technically called "der drummer," despite the cold, darkened this week the atmosphere of onr locality. The friend and acquaintances of Mr, r and Mr. W K Buchanan enjyed a piny" at their ccay little home Thursday night last. Brinkley & Catron bought this week of R ii Urouauh 13 head of cattle at 2 cts. per pound; als.2 ne.ad of Perry King and 1 of L. M. Lasler for same price. Messrs J W James, J. ii. Uutchings and Henry Fulber left Wedntsdsy for Bir mingham, Ala., where they go to prospect for a locition in that rapidly growing region. The family ot Mr. Mack Holmes is in He, his wife and a distressing condition several children are very low with pneu monia Mr Aaron Knoake is also sick and Squire W M G irnett is no better. Died, of pneumonia, Friday Inst, at 3 M , at the home of hi ftther, Jis. Redd, r He was abmt 31 yeir of age, thrifty, by all who had the d reliable and of knowing him. At the time of pleasure his death be was in the employ of the N ck-Plate Coal Comptny at Eist B'rnHtadi. His remains were interred in the Wnitley burying ground nts relatives have the entire community's sympathy. We were surpiis.d at reading in the Courier Journal of the 11th Inst, the mar riaga of Miss Jennie Buchanan to Dr W. B. Armendt, a pipular young dentist of Owensboro, Ky., which occurred at Dr Witherspoon's, in Liuisville, on the night of the lllh. The all ilr was kept entirely secret until the appalnted time. Mia Jennie is one of our prettiest young ladirs, nnd besides is wealthy. We wish her and hers the very ideal of happiness. Capt.T.G. Moore, for the pat year the entertaining host of the "Corner House," has doffed the landlord's genial air, having lately moved on Lancaster street, in the house formerly occupied by Mr W 1 Buchanan. No one has yet rented the hotel and it lojks rather odd to Bee it tentnt-le- s. Mr. Sam Hardin has taken poteeeeion pleas-nnl"tflwell-likeel lione.llct DpalJ-Inverl-Be- g d Truitee ?' them prnierly Hen G.iVKLVil, Sp.ildlng. JOE F. "WATERS -- GERMAN SCHOOL. I propote to opn on or about ths 50th of Jan-naa Orrrnan hehno' in Stanford I ahull uv all the illiris u.CH'.snry to forward rchola i, so the, might gel ansdtquate knowleJgs of Hern an and enough to trannct butlneu In ld Ungutge. For Information cll on W. It lliggln. 'trucer or Mr. A, Wilier 1,. HhtZIIASW ry Dealer In- - J. Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass- and Queensware, Etc. A Im SACRIFICE! Main Street, - Stanford, Ky, SACRIFICE! Share of your I'atroimne very IteHpecirully Solicited. ONLY 10 IMY3 BARGAINS ! 1BARGAINS ! ! ! W. M. WATERS, Salesman. HOUSEKEEPERS' I will oflor the now occupied by One now range only lew months ATTENTION ! ! . $25, coat $18 On new Parlor Stove will be dlipoed ot at a mcrifice, also one Porcn ltp 6ot and two Arm Ch ira. Jf. LIVIStiHTOX, 191-2Crab Orchard, Ky. wlih hot water bollcn attached, In use. Price SiO, original cost . One rosewood, Deckor Hro.'a plani " Octaves, with Cover Price $150, original coat Oneilenant tkcretary or Writing Detk, Trice following good) on private sale, Mr J. Ottenheloier, M'ROBERTS, & Opera House Block, STAGG, Stanford, Ky. OPERA HOUSES Wines, Sfunlcal Wall Paper, Drngg, j.isiiior IIOOHM, fjlieuilcairj, auMirucuiuuui, ajiKiirM, Hiaiiouery, PalntH, 8TANK0BD. KY. rocitci ToIikccoh, NoapH, Cntlery, OllH, - - Proprietor W. P. WALTON, Machin Perfumery, Fire ArmH, laanipri, 81u of Stage, 20zM. Eight complete aeU of Scon ery. Seating capacity, includlog gallery, 60a- Beajmaahln ratee to good attraction. Needles, Genuine . O. Salts iu Hulk at Wholesale and retail. Tito Best Waterproof Thi Best C y IN WORLD FOR A 'Business Edncallcn Tllb urculai.aocu.l. Xl' " ?' .Commercial College tllxhral Honor ami (laid Mnlalortr all other Collrgta. nrM tipw.lt low, tor .tt ra of llook.LceplHa; and tifoeml llulnri:Jcllon. ouoo ur.d.tl I. lu.U m, io riilicremio)ca viiruiiiiuMiruuours Including Tuition, Sutionefy ami lloaid.atKMttUO. hkarl. la. IUndf lii.lritliir aii'l Telfr'ply tr.i4ltle . Itrnrfviil I.Harinl.oil Surrit. For fallen, I fer ' at the r5,a&S.',:"" .SLICKER Tt FI8II 11BANO 8LICKXK Coat. ttata "ITIavM -- KSfl BRK wrrntl vtttnroor, mHI J"P J W to u aJn.a mkii b a. t: u.flls.ti... .""rT;:". lailthfint - 1 eoirrfl.niiriNip. b7..;h.A I "! ircw. iimiiriirq li --- '? BraDd" irwiMntta:, voiaioiu l""-"w- ivmnfv-- I.ealnKUiu.Uji ' , r - t -- N Sktitt-MceHfilntm- or onrnBl Afore Honor to Kentuck Editor of tho Interior Journal. I learn from your London corrfHjiondfini hat R. L, Erell has become a colonel. I Rnifloglnd! He i worthy But how did he cot ii? When ha wm a candidate for (To lb Congress he wh only "El Irr E ell " Did his association and race with Little Poll w tf m M tegatl entitle him to promotion? Or di pme people juit ''nAtor&lly" grow into i? I hope some child of fortune, who has hud change, will the 'joyful 'perience" of rieeand explin the nemi, medium and ntdu operandi ot thismyiterlous.ererj da transforuaiion. An9 now I ain reminded of your hariog once rai-e- d the question as to how W. O Cradle became colonel. One of your readers sucgroted that it wis coin municated by aniociation with CjIs. Var-no- n, Welch, Hill, Burdelt and other, by oome fiifd law of abjorpiire iMimUaliot, The t ulnar would say "Ha calched it " But that is not satisfactory, for Wallace Yarnon and "Little Tom Hill" neter kotcr. it; and they hare had full opportunity. Neither can the thing be hereditarily de rived, for the same reai-on-. But ajme chronic gueiMer will sty, "It' like orthodox xanctificA'inn, come mjnw-rious- ly and ctstigio tx abrupto If o, can a common man euUura tn onock of the If not, I hereby affirm general prin ciplee of philosophy and upon the special principle of ''the survival of the fittest," that this BCCJUnia for the fct that no com mon scrub has ever been the subject of thi wonderful metamophosing. Two thing the common ptople know about colonel making 1st. It is like tt e Irishman said about having his whole fam ily anointed for healing, "I don't know a il'l do any gude, but it's chape; it don't koat anything." 21. It comes to a'ay. It slicks. Admirer seu-atio- n? ui & We do not believe in prohibition, either in theory or in practice. Toe principle of the Maine law is all wrong. In its practi-ca- l operation it hea been proved to be deplorably ior ffctual a a temperance menu-are- . If we believed that the principle wan ill right, we nevenbele's should not favor the adoption of a prohibitory law in becaute we should have no co'nG dence in the possibility ot enforcing it. If we believed, on the other hand, that prohibition c uld be en'orced, we should oppose Ihe system bectuse it would be oppressive, unjust and restrictive of personal right. Bat oar opinion of prohibition does not di niniab our respect for those who advocate it, honestly believing it to be the right rem dy for evils whits1! evervbady acknowledges, Ni r does oar opinion of prohibits n prevent us from watching with interest and reporting with ecrupulous accuracy the N. growth of the prohibitory movement. Y Sun. thi-flt&- Dr. William H.Gray, of West Kails, Md is quite sure that he has at last disco?-re- d the secret of perpetual motion and has conatruced a wheel which ho thinks will ran forever. It derma its motion from the attraction of gravitation, a mechanical movement being placed on the wheel In such a way that the descending side Is the heaviest. By the force of its action it keeps the wheel steadily in motion. Tne wheel is 26 inches in diameter by eight into ea in thickness and is mounted on a wooden frame resembling a grindstone frame. The wheel is keyei to a steel az'e vhich rests on bras beulnsis. Dr. Gray has had one of the mtcbines at his house1 working steadily for the pist three mnntl b, He labored twenty years over bis inven-Voi. Henry Hays and T m Mehan, two hard young men of C tiro, III., thought tn have fun with old Turn Spicer, the colored porter of a saloon where they were drinking, ao they chafed him around the room, (aught him, threw him on a billiard table, poured the contents of a cin of turpentine ! ever him and set him on Gre. The the o'd man and the frightened young ruf&ins tried to put them out. They succeeded, hut not until Spicer wan so horribly burnel that he died the next day. ""The murderernnr in jiil. flioiri-envelope- iftic) l tne peace who had 27 of hU 2S election reversed br tl e high er court his resigned in diegust and opened a meat market. He says that the proej-kina- l g courtesy which used to be a feature of the bench and bar ha entirely petered out and that a justice of DeIhe pstce of to day is of no account. ll oil Free're. An diettiu-guishin- Inclinx j i i. ing from the text, "Bware of covetousness" laid: "List Sunday night the collection iti vthia house amouotel to $180 and the dollar nas thrown in by a BiptM brother from Richmond, Va., who happened to be here and did not know any better. The other 500 of you dropp'd in the 80 rents." it pastor in a Hiatu ndjutiinu mis preach The jubilee f Q ieen Victoria's reinn will be celebrated February 10. She has feigned for 50 veara. Granville, Mass., is the centre and in&rtofthe drum making business of the tJuiled States. It turns out daily nbjut drums. 1,-2- :hi The winter carnival at Montreal will be itfld from February 7 to 12 The ice castle will Inclose an area of 14000 rquaro feet .sad be of an entireW new deslsn. A tunnel twelve mites long is to ba run io Nevada county. Oil., for the purpose of draining certain mines in that section. A company with $1 000 000 capital haa been donned to do the work. :j. jicKix.wtr, er, and if you tako everybody' remedy for ,McKIddj, Ky your ills you will run a risk of killing your- H Vil'owlng It theippralnictal Mm the self outright. Tho only prudent way is to x WITH consult an experienced, reputable, thorough ftn allj apvar-- J ushuVme, a Juitlca o' Ihe (1, ti,yr inJ iu.d.lh nortrand ' going physician, follow lib advico faithfully l'cuce.J. riiimln-e- l Pullman Palaco Sleepers. that ibaalrer ma itljned a iif, hat and avoid all quacks and empirics. " raiu-I'territ I.orlUard' (Jardcii .Spot. or tbeui and the Ox ti). "Stroller" in Chicago Journal. JOHN IIKY.J. I' KC si. Pierro Lorlllard has already spent over LwlllMTillO $1,000,000 on Tuxwlo Tar, winking a wilto A'ttsllTllICa Tim Pay of gome MtnUIrr. derness blossom liko n wholo garden of roses. nciliptliH, Mr. Leceher, w ho has Just returned from Tho favored Now Yorkers who lmvo visited KlHIltH, INFORMATION ono of tho most delightful England, hail, by tho way, a. very successful Tuxedo declnro it Menlgouiury, Ho has a spots in tho wofld. A few years ago nearly trip, financially nnd otherwise. Liltllo llevk, MANY PERSONS salary of 20,000 a yvar from Plymouth all tho land included in it was considered a l thli twson Mobile nud Xcw OrlenuN. next to worthless. Mr. Lorillard set an church, and refused a substantial Incrwvso tuffer from army of Italian laborers at work on it, and w bleb was at ono timo mggestod; ho earns - either y it certainly is tho most beautiful somo (15,000 a year by his lecture, nud has n Only ooe chanje to point In II rait ache, placo of its kind in America. As a sport moderate income as an author. Formerly Xtumlgia, ing resort it has no parallel, so far at ho received a salary of $."5,000 a year as an Jlheumalitm, elaborateness of outfit is concerned, though editor. No clergyman In tho UniUd States I'aint in th it will probably bo some timo yet before has ever recrived so largo a pecuniary return from his labors as Mr. Bccchcr. In a single IJmli, Hack and game is plentiful enough to assuro thoroughSldtt, Jtail Blood, ly good sport in that line. It is being year he has earned over $50,000, yet ho bos rJndlgMtlon,Vv$nepio, Beeklog home on th Hat tt tbJi road will r stocked as rapidly ns possible, how aver, and only n very moderate fortune. ipeclal ratMi. -Malaria, totut I jxxllon ,i JitanefTrouUei. His former friend, Dr. Storm, has an intbo good sport will come. 8m Aitanuottbh Company lot rat,rat Ac, or write VOUKA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, too social features or ruxetio nro ex come of about $15,000 a year as a clergyman C. T. arMOBK, O. P.AT.Aj of Lenox, and a good and lecturer, lives in flno stylo on BrooVlyu pected to rival 1 th nd BIoo.1 and Kldnr TroatlM. LoaUfllle, Ky blood start in that direction has already been Heights, ono of tho finest urban localities In of lb of all lu Impantlct, iticorttitalDg all pans body. Ono advantage is its nearness to this country, nnd is said to be worth $230,000. made. - V0L1MA CORDIAL CURES Ho is a well meaning man, and isprcsldentof New York, which enable? Now York busiNfnraljrta. Tains In th Llmba, lUck and Rldra. br ness mon with some leisure on their lunula the Long Island IlUtorical society, to which, toolcf tha oenrts aad strtncthralDg th miucln. to make their homes there. They and their in hU life of busy idleness, ho devotes considNE CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA, 3Ar-R'SMA&AZIfamilies can even spend tho evening nt a erable attention. Ho is, I believe, ono of tho and CCuutlpatlon, lj atdlnc Ih Indlrwtlon theater or with friends in tho city and get wealthiest clergymen in Brooklyn. In New 1'ood tbrouih lhrprttr action of tb homo in fair timo for bed. Tuxedo is only York tho Hev. Dr. Morgan Dix, the son of itoiaacb II create a healthy appetite. a fow miles toyond Pnterson, but in Now tho lato Gen. Dix, is understood to havo a - VOLIHA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, York, not in Now Jersey. It takes its fortuno of (.'jOO.OOO. Ono of the clerical petn rvpromloQ of Tlrlt and W taints, j tnllTta-lenamo from a small lako which has borne ot tho lato Mrs. Morgan, tbo and toning th jtoi. Hinwr'a Miriilna durioc IM7 will contain a tho name u great many years, but never solo of whos-- art efTocts inado such a furor, notel ol Inteoae olltlcl, clal, and roiaanllc h VGLINA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED a itory of Unaalan lift-- by Loril-larentitled ''Na-awas thought of much account till Mr. ir said to havo received and kept, ns with a and Dellcato Women, l"nnT and Blcklr Children. d Kathleen O'Mraraj a nw dot!, begun laying out his park. It is now (Vuth clutch, somo $000,000 In government II ii delightful and nut rluooi as a general Tonic April llopea," by W. t) HowII; South-er- n ollnn Almanac and I)lnrr a spoclal feuturo and certainly n pretty ono. onds, which tho lady, in a moment of aberbke'cnra " by Cbirle Dudley Warner, and for 1HH7. A hanitaoni. complete or wiiuam An old timo trout stream, railed the ration, appears to have given him. Cor. uafli, ltrca iiaruii'ic '"irrat iiiuitratea iDdnatrlea'' andnxful Ilooc. Irlllnrho Lo (.1 IlK American llamllloi. (llln: D1.SKAHK.S at IIOMK In a pleuant, natural war. Ramapo river, but not much larger than Philadelphia ITwu. Hoclal htudle." by Hr. It. T. Kly; ronilnued: Walledonrnelptof aScpoatagaHAiDp. Addreaa good sized brook runs through tho jark, rurlher artl lea on th uallwa; rroniem ny VOLINA DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. and this, with tho lako will fumish sport Outlook Over Toronto, writer; new aerie of llfuitratloni by K A. Abbey and Allrrd t'arton; article by K. V. Hot; BALTIMORE, MO.. U. . A-for tho piscatorial pilgrims. It is said to From tho top of tho tower of tho great uniand other attraction bo ono of tho unwritten rules that any pilversity there is nn excellent outlook over Togrim heard telling a fish story shall sutler ronto. In front nud spreading at our feet is rK YIAa. tbo penalty of banishment, and it tho broad, bright cricket green, with tho town lUrpet't Weekly .! W is to bo hop-.t-l that this ndo will bo btrictly stretching away on cither band and running t 00 . llirpei'a Maxulne enforced It ii also said to txi ordained down to the edgo of tho lake, across which is IW Harper' that no fisherman shall carry a bait flask tho narrow streak made by tho low lying - 100 Ilarpei' Young People. holding mans than a pint, or nioro than one Island that liounds tho harbor. Beyond are lit O.MMII IS U(!.U,'lil. Harper' Kranklyn equre Library on flask at a time. Mr. Lorillard likes a little tho sparkling waters of Lako Ontario, reachAll the I'ATTK'tNS j , ili oti-ei- :o tln4 ' in .... .......1D (0 (51 numUr)... fishing himself, but ho wants to keep up a ing out to tho horizon to right and left, while yeir for nothing (it iivln-,' frmn br Haier'( llando Andy Berlea' on year (JI good moral standing nt Tuxedo. Thcro i! far away over them, dlroctly southward, Is eubM.rlhliiU for U 00 N,imbr) cvl.loi) oof this in tho fact tht ho Is build seen n faint littlo silver cloud of spray, rising Interior Journal Its Seni-ffetklingachurcn, which, If tt does not attract from tho falls of Niagara. All about us tho tho fishermen, can hardly fail to restrain busy town Is scattered, Itn broad, straight e In 'l iubicrlber; In .tbe Unlttd their propensities a. littlo anyway. It will streets crossing at right angles; iUi red and and Canada. bo an Episcopal church, as that I? tho faith and white In irk buildings, In clusters or ! to which all or tho Lorillard family belong with the in foliuge; iw many steeples mid Tn TO'll OM of the Mic'n Wineach year Tusedo U Intended to bo a resort in wiiitei spires rising idwvo tliem. NumtKM of fur June and I aubacrlptlom "III bruin When nu time riHClSed. n well mi in summer, and tho coming win Far ofT in tho northern Imckground thohAid with the .NumN-- curreut at time of ncWpt of ter, which will Iki tho first, is 'oxiieeted ti rises up in pretty htlLs 300 to 300 feet high, oidfr. Pattern f be mo of considerable gayety -- I). troit with villas dotted upon their green fields nnd With Twelve Ordori for Cul Pper Yuluinianf llari'i Mai n, fur tdrw your own selection nd cf nny t le, I'Veo I'res" ii' 'ih arn by yea litk, In nralcl th il i.llmj wooded slopes. Tha picture Ls liko n map, ONE-YEAper Tolnmn mall, tiiatild, on rilpt ul S3 PUBLICATIONS, . showing thrift und prosperity, wlnlo in ovcry BOTH L'liilb Caioa, for binding, 60 tent wen by mall, Do I.cnM'tt-.- ' ItiinurliaUIo pllttkld direction tho lueompleto bulldingx, with men Dj Lossrp.' irmarkablo strength in his luilea to Harper'aMarfailn. Alnh.b'llcal. An(THREE FIFTY). old age ci. in .4 f i oin his good habitc, and hU toiling about their liko littlo busy nntfl, nnd toTO, alytical, and Cluilflnl fur Vulnniia Ho has taught lilni5)! tho gentle, distant iioim of thu builder's hampower to sleep. tii ii June, 1850, to June. aHA, ouo ul , Sin, flolb fICO. to sleep at imy time, and it is said that he mer ami trowd tell of tho growth of tlio ahon il he made hy t'oatorSca MonlUmltiant can sleep a wholo day and night nt n vigorous city. Buch is Cuuudu's "Queen ey Order r Dra'l, pi o clianee f ina City," nnd probably in most resKcU tho liest drH'-roen- t He sleeps during bis railroad jour-noyNewapapi-rstretch. are n t licon ttil older of Ifarj r A Urolhrn prusonts of n sucwithout tnetz.r OT till till AlMfXdVsllK'S. He slcciis all tho timo bo is on ship tyjio tho Dominion e Ad.lrcu llAKi. IUI lilKJ.Itr.US. Ytlk board, and when nccasity demands it he cessful and expanding municipality. Cor. CONTAIMNO.STOmt". 1'OICIK, AMI OTMKIl SI.ITmar.T IEATTIHCTIO.M4, (imniMMI AllTlel It can go for a long timo without sleep. Ho IxHidon Time. Tirii', AM' lloroKiinui VAvrrt.. is a great out of door man. Ho likes to Hiiyrnr-liiy- i, lltititrittrrf teilh irlthiiil .lay (iuulil on City Trunioriiillon. hunt men in his eightieth year, and it is l'hotoiirnriivrx, (III 1'lrlnrt nuil tiwl.hiy it tin' MmIiI not long sinco that ho was accustomed to "Do you think, Mr. Gould, that tho Areado jinn TJIE SEMI.WEEKLY- Amrrlrii, Liko or underground rnilroiyl in Now York city tine of tnko a wM bath every morning. Hicli Migazlno coiitnlii a coupon otiler mil': i s Bancroft, ho U very fond of horseback will bo built (lie holder in Hie Mh'tilmi t m ) uitltn lilmi'siliil In riding, niid ono of tho sights of tho Iiois de "It may be built, but I do not boliova you nnythe fuliion silf'irtinilit In , that minihtr, nnd tn tlz-pallirn? of Boulogno, tho great woods of Taris, Is De will get tbo Americans to rldo underground. ilnrlnir the nrnf muiiufHciun-il- .f makli llii- miIiik tin otir tliri-- m lorn Lcsscps mounted on horseback and accomIn IHidon I wont on tho underground cars, UKMOIllVrs MONTHLY U jurily rntul-i.Model Alai'itzlno, The Insri't In panied by his children on ponies going and it was dniu), bnd smelling, smoky and 'I WO 'ii Cliciilallon, and Ihe on a trot or gallop through its wido roads. not very wtfo from thieves mid rufllaiw." Kiinilly Jlatralne Iwiicil. 187 will N the THititr Thcro is nothing nervous about tho Count not thura cluvaUil rollrpada havo to third .tear of lti puhllcitlon. It Ii nn tlnii.illt Im "Will ax to plnc' It ill tin liwul proved nnd to oxif'ti-lvtl- v Ho novcr loses his head, and bo rebuilt in titnuP do Lcsseps. l"r'c Kiimlly IVrliKllcnli' It cnn'iilii4 ho is always us cool ns, in tho words of "Wo nro lx'bullding them nil tho time. A of irto, H VxHK- - Inrlip, rltvantly printed'.ik utul fully John Randolph, tho center eced of n cu- battalion of men Is constantly nt work upon nil Illiitrili-1I'uDliahvd hy V, J.nniiijc lliinonst, cumber. A year or two ago ho fell from them, and in tho course of norno thlrty-ilrNew York, bis borso mid broko his arm. Ho refused years from tho timo thoy wcro put up thcro AND BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMBINED WITH THE to havo it bandaged, put it in his est In- will probably not bo a felnglo pieco of motal stead of u sling, and kept it bo for a couple which wns in tho original structure remain- - Interior Journal al $3.50 Per Year, of days, after which ho said it was well. Ing. They nro farstronger X than when Ills faco changes little In conversation. He thoy veruflrot built." does not show his anger, and his energy "Do you think that those clovatul railroad f Fcoplo in Franco say will bo udequato to tho limine! of Now never weakens. livo forever, Chithat thoy think ho will arA.Nj!oaD, ky. Yorkr cago Herald. "There li no limit to tho number of train.-nhlchcan bo run upon thctn. An endhw d tli Gambler. Ikj put upon W. WALTON. la a legend about tho corner of Clark procession of cam nnd traius out It streets that onco upon a time adoublo track railroad." "OaUi In Cincinand Madison nvo; at' 'J a man with red whiskers entered ono of tho nati Enquirer. neighboring gambling houses with a cross Iipuldlihed oyery Tuenlay and Krlday at th Mooio llroodlng-fow price of Tho gamblers, who wcro oyed bull terrier, Tho'prescneo of tho trained jiiooso in town superstitious if nothing clso fled from tho eight of tho hideous looking bruto, aban- has awakened uwido interest In mooso culPER Y12AII. TWO DOLI-AICdoning their cliiH and cash and in their ture. Tho t miner has been repeatedly offered wild flight falling over each other largo sums for tbo nnimal, nml tl)n moio hois Tha seen tha more ho la admired. Thoroisnow in their raco down tho stairs. legend runs that tho man with tho red talk of forming i company nnd running a of tlu-h- useful whiskors, who, by tho way, wca an old moosoinnc-for tho bnx-dingambler flying bignals of distress, picked unlmali. It isproposod to buy tho towns of OK ALL CLASL'l up all tho bsts in sight and left tho houso a Itomo und Vien'm und funco them In with :7Ctr't very rich man. Neither ho nor the dog barbed wire. Tho first ycarti crop li cstl- Noatly and Cheaply Exooutod. matid at 1,000 huil. Fulrflolil Journal. 11c. ... hoi been soon since Chicago Herald. V Sensation In n I.uncli Itnotn. An ill dressed young woman4 produced n sensation tho other day among tho crowd of well dressed hmchcrs who were nt their midday tncal. bho was a alight young woman, with faded red hair and dull, colorless eyes. Her fnco was pallid and her checks sunken. Her brown stuff, dti i was old and worn, and it clung to ncr limb with tho sanif horrible- tenacity with which tho brown rags cling to a Her hat was of black straw mummy. Ixsnt nml misshapen, with one Indigent block ii ther showing In tho front. Her rntraiii'i) wiw tho signal for n considerable amount of Interest. Tho pollto young lima who so gallantly allows tho lunchers to their scat, started as though to order her out. XIo rofralnod as he saw her quietly a chair at ono of tho tables. Tho waltrow who stood by her made nr'maces and shrugged her shouldors as her fellows saw tho sort of person it was sho hod to wait on." Tha miserably clad girl read tho bill of fare, and then, without looking up, asked for chicken, tea and cako. The waitress ropcatod tho order after her as though sho thought thcro must be somo mistake, no hied her head In tho nfflrmatlvo und looked straight beforo her. Tho food was brought, and many eyes were turned toward her. Sho looked so famished that it seemed only natural that sho should ctlnco somo pleasure at tho lounteous repast. Sho gavo no sign of feeling at all. Sho ntw slowly. Sho neither turned to tho right nor tho loft. Tho center of attraction for a hundred pairs of eyes, sho sat silent and obWhen sho put down livious of everything. her knlfo and fork sho tooUfrom her shabby dress a bulky pockctboolc and bonded it bill to tlw waitress. As soon as tho girl looked nt it she flushed crimson w ith excitement and looked at tho whlto faced girl with something liko fear. It was a bill for $100. Tho way that waitress carried that bill dangling nt her finger tips to tho cashier was a study. Sho quickly returned with n largo bundlo of small bills. Sho watched tho f.ifo of tho young woman sec? what as sho counted out tho change ' tho effect of so many bills would lmvo on lior. Hut sho might as well lvo watched tho face of n marble, statue. Not a gleam of light, not a tingo of color camo to that pinched, whlto fnco. Tho girl slowly placed tbo bills in her ixx:ketbook and then went away with a dragging stop and a strange No! abstracted air. Was sho n miser? sho was too young. Sho could only be about 10. hatover sho was, scores of women will remember, as long as they live, the sight of that illy clad girl who paid for her lunch with n ?100 bill. New York Mail and Expnvi. Bho-simpl- A J RED ROSE. DR. W. B. PENNY, WTTHATSHIRT TU lorer Jmo w pJuulon hM Won ! How simple was the rtwe'a llfo and til "Complex and various Li this raw's luvtrt," Said ono who passed lt,marUI:i,i how ench wind Dlcir odors from Its mi to iivcry tort. Each mind Ilea op?n to Its Umlrvil mind. Overland Monthly. MANY tlt-entlt- ytaniord, DKNTI8T, - - ICont tmlcy. MEN OF MANY MINDS. of Views nt to lioniedlr for lluinnn III Curo for Insomnia. do-nri- Now, I do not wish to bo understood as to prejudice, my readers ugafnsv lira medical profession, tho member of which are, as n rule, gentlemen of learning and of remarkablo skill in their very difficult department of science, though I sometimes do think thnt somo of them nro too apt to indulgo in guess work rnthcr than tnko tho troublo of a really careful, Intelligent and conscientious diagnosis. An old friend after riving tho results of his intcrvldws with tho doctors, remarked furthermore that, outaldo of tho medical fraternity, thcro is oven ft greater diversity of viows among men as to remedies for human ills. "Within tho past six weeks," said he, "when mentioning In privnto conversations with friends my inability to sleep well, I havo had nil kinds of devices and remedies recommended to me. 'Lat n raw onion on going to bod,' said one, 'it will miiko sleep como right off.' 'Count 100 slowly, and then count tho same backward,' said another. 'Take long, measured breaths,' said another. 'Concentrate your eyes upon somo ono obd ject, and think of nothing else,1 was as a suro sleep Inducer. 'Tnko a lively walk, nnd rub yourself with n wet, rough towel licforo retiring,' said ono who had tried it and knew, 'Adopt tho massago treatment of kneading nml rubbing,' rocommeiidod ono who had faith. " 'Try tho faith cure,' said a grave fuced lady. 'Call in n magnetic doctor;' 'batho In hot water Ufore going to bod;' 'tako a Turkish bath;' 'drink a bottlo of lager beer an hour beforo retiring;' 'Ukobromldoof potassium;' 'eat no supjier; 'tako n gill of pure brandy beforo getting Into lied ;' 'turn your eyes and your miud insido of your head and think of nothing;' 'sleep on a pillow filled with plnotreoneedlcw;' 'tako a sen voy ago;' 'go to n motaphyslcian,' etc., etc. The) aro some of tho many remedies recommended. I havo tried them all gavo each of them a fair show but they wero of no The fact Is, what in such ncasois tho proper thins for ono person U tho very worst thing for anoth- OOe m. and 1 to B ooooHary. Journal offlcc 0c r. k. AoritbiUc on Lancaitor itrMl, rcxt door to Ihti-whour from 8 to 12 a. aJmlnlitcrod wbtt o inUwlBBBBBBVlSQ'aVvSBBBBV' I15i-lr- r. N. SID PLATT, LOWINVILIiE. TIIK TIIonoD'HfimKD nzzzz HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL m MMtPIHOF ADELINE. - MYERS HOTEL, E. POWDER Absolutely Pure. cans, Thla fl'i Hull will Hand the Mon now commenced ( my tUnleuuthe Laiicaittr l'U. ooe (, the naif mil i 'mm im(n otirt llouax, ihe cuw unaon, l'fi ih prl lit it ol bret-dlnMonoy due when cow til the row "nun Ii tl flrat tTpl. ! Mar ii f il '" ' lre, Ilerbrrt, l 'n lortvd tolloinil Ham Imported Southern llau- - STANFORD. KY. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr r( Thlitpowilsr nnvrvarlM. A marvel of purlt) More econoralm trrnslti sod w ho1eoincoes. man ins omintrj kioiu, sou cn not t sole roiui'Otlton with the roulllluJoof low test ,iUor wplKhl alum or phoaphxta povilrt. KoMonlj to ItoVALlliKiMn 106 Wall Impor ed Uncle er. For Marquti of Adllene'i dim, Addlne, bet aire Tom-dImported Lady Flittat to pedljree lie am This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AND Hlr.t. I'ownxa New YorV i, l ' (, Twtaii Tory fluo yount Hull from a relebral-e-- 1 Umlly ut milk .a Including tbo cow Kcbo, tbe . it r i Its Proprietor ii Determiued that it Shnll be decond to no Coantrr Hotel in the State in it Fare, Appointment., or Atten tion to Comfort of their Oneits. ro WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 1 Thin It lo thit Mr. Jicob Ultenhitrflfr no Innjfr roprjfcliJ with the Unco in l.ml o , that he l cot iiihcrlie--l to contrtct tor the oin'nj,or reclr moot; for tho Mtn, or to soy ohllgitlon In the niiue ol Ibe r Id. any way to or ttw Mint. ukrn tl ll.iltlnl'-- tilan caitle w Inf i th fa Hy, ant a cm t Una animal In nh rn indued inr ralfr tx ultea t.j hl tlMKa: will b ii) film n, a eoarayed to and froaa th Ii ledel tired at weaning llm i K" l n: ji. jut. t, ni, Ky. rreeof charn. Mptelal arrammodatloa Kit, to ConmrrlalTraielr. Th liar will no. lanl alwaj aipplltd with me choice! . . d.j, hi-- r owner ha?ln, r uajjiiO,-- i I - I - c 1 -- brBdorMaoraid tlar. id Comn, 'f ! PrraUlmt Lincoln t.tcJ S-- w it. I. Hi VII Alt O, , Co. L.&N. ouisvitie & KENTUCKY CENTflJIi YrV I, B tVc II ISM Nashvillo'R. R, STRAY STEER cima tr withUtt. There . THE UISAT 4iIItlftrilNM ItOIIiO.,' Shortest and Quiokest Ronto from Oen tial Kentnokjr to all Pointa Nortb, East, West and Southwest. Fait Lin lletwren u. to mr farm nrr IIuttonTlll roan one bora diooprd, about b )9th of OcU.ler, Tbeownrr cn (et nlm by rlllii and proflng property aoil parltiK tor Ac. TUU0UGIIT1.UNKLINL TO frJ n, TUB T!. . M.g-Ulri- te SOUTH & WEST LEXINGTON A (JIXIIJi.'VAH Hchnlul In Kffxt Hay ttODTU-BoOB- 14, llii. i " nt ln "l "UToTT, "1f0. E. ".Cynlhlana. Arr. Iarla " Lilcgtnn. farla.. WlucbMter Lto. OoTtoftoa. " Kalmoulb, S 10 10 11 17 Hun. Dally Lt. Arr. Lt a an a ... V 43 a tn 10 II po am 10 litpm 10 pmj I 17 pm am I 10pm 74rir t pDl " Richmond...... 'II M pm I " lnraater ,M... 8 07 pan " Hun lord OQpol 30 1 It 0 a m 10 II 30 no pn to-da- Ulchmood....! Arr, Tlerea . Nobtb-Bocii- 00pm Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS tl JjTlnlon.. I "pml .., No. II i No. I I0 Ma.1 x x Lt. LiTlonlon. ' Here Lt. " Rowland . 100 am 4) a m to a m .... Arr. Klchmood . Laucwler Arr. Kicbmond it am o Lt. Richmond Arr. t Ill .Ul 00 am 1 ata. ... B T ... Wlncbeaur. Arr I'arla., ., Laxlnfton Lt. Pari .. . Lt " Cynthlaoa-- " Falmouth ,M ArfOoTlufton r! MOpo IUib 41 p m, 7 7J a I I 4 llpui loiiml I 10 ml 00 a m X) P .U. LnZZI .. m ul ! m I 40 pm p I u 4 17 pm 47 p tn lu Oia m 5 II pm 00 p m tt 10a m IMpia lUpa a Ui HATHTILL.B NoaTII-JiODll- HBANUIS. Dally Dally Ea. bua, Kt. ban. g o -- rJVJi, d " "en-title- Lt ooaa-pte- " IxlnflonM. " I'arl. Arr Mlllenburf.. " Carll.l " Johraou.... Boirrii-Jlorn- OoTlogtoiu.., ....... m.mm . ...-.- .. ,... a m 8MpM 8 40 a m 6 41 1ft 7 IS a m 100 pm 8 08 I 4M pm " Maynllla... 9 01 9 4S a m 10 SO a m lul pa 88 7 40 pm pm pm No. ol Kx, Hun. Dally No7ir Ei. 1 WONDERFUL SUCCESS. -y .i - Dally Ban Lt MayiTllle. Hir.... .- !' Jonnann., Carll.le . Mllleraburu Arr VtiU " " " " " IISiu 17 a m .... UMpn OiTlnrfUin ..... , filnUin. ..' ..... II 4 I05ira SO a tn 7 a tn 7 40 a 8 Ma m tt u mpM 2 M pm 8 Wpr 10 I 00. 13pm pm pm arw Po-E- e Qe mo rest's are dally balween dally except Sunday. Ulierteono ctlnniare made at WlncheiUir with theaanraku A Onlo lor Ml Hurling. Aahland. Ilunlfogton, CharloiUin, W. Va., and Ka.Urn clti NOT.--Traln3a- nd LeilDton and Cincinnati: other tralnr r Str-ii;t!i- $3,50 1 EMOXESrS '.t!tlAPf:t,m' 3 nJ '"" la Wlnchiater Train, with H'eepln,; Car. belwnec Clucliioatl and lllcbmoud, Va and WluchmUi and Haahlnior-- , It, c. Through llrkata and Insane checked to any ilettlnallon r arhl by railroad. lor mil larlliulin, call ou any ewnt of th company, or H K ft. MOIWK, D.A.KKhLEY, Urn.l'AM. Agent, TraT. Iim. AKent. OiTliiKlrni, Kr UxlnaUin ' Kf II. K. HUNIlMiroN' ReceUer. tlvneralliCltta, CoTltn;ion, Ky. Holld s. THE BES . y HEWPOJt HEWS I MISSISSIPPI VALKV ll'(ifii, V- .s( Jiii. l CHESflPEflKEOillO flOUTE KuiilnoKi'H KtHIIU 0 r IJuNl - i lw-- t WashinRton, rhilndolphla Now York. Tboouly lino riinulnx -- - imd PULLMAN NEW .SLL'KlMXtl OAKS AND T- . o A SOLID TRAIN faou Louisvillo, Oinoinuatf k Lexington. Ev. to WashlngtunOity," y ! imnn muviJS?rii3nE Interior Journal P. Past Trains for Connecting tn tbe tame depot with Now l'rli-htoiic- Pro'r. The Dlroct Route to tynehburg, DanTille, NorloU and all and North Carullna l..lm. For ticket and lurther Inlorniatlon, apply to yonrner.tllcHtofflceor nddm W. W lxlniitm, Ky. York. "" W.1. Wit KUAN, II. W. MIM.i'H 2d Vice Ident.' !. ft IiOuliTllO, Ky. fltfl . S fOouaotoxHl ft rn.a.l. Til la wn ' a ujairiauf t.. it,. Dt) Ul Iffdoni . Ejlzusincsiuico. waio. coMf. ablc.andln trrry haagUenuiltricilca.uk, Alc.lt .li LfaL, HudiM.K. Y. Cul w forllillr reumsMai rour () a ihelnt nawdr lnon lauttraattn and r,ii. We h.,o aoJ Tik J by Drugfltd 01.00. H v- IfOitfAfMBW