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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887121301 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. Semi WuUn 1ntefiof ImifimL 0 VOL. XVI. V STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1887. NO. 289. THE GREATEST EXCITEMENT EVER KNOWN IN STANFORD ! ! ! The People Running almost wild in the street The Crowds so Large that not even the Police can Control them, any more The Great Rush Increasing, not on account of a LARGE FIRE, MURDER or RIOT, but for 3D- - Where the KLA.SS' GKRELAJX1 FORCED SALK "best Clothing, Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Notions, &c, &c, are given away. S OlsTHrZ THUEtEIE HVCOIEIE OF BTXTOSIEIRXiBrG- S Then you will feel sorry that you are too late, that you have waited too long. I repeat it again, that on account of a change in my business, the goods will and must be sold. Not a piece will be reserved; all will go AT AND BELOW COST; but CASH, only CASH, will capture these bargains. Positively no credit during this butchering D. KLASS, sale. Be sure and do not miss this the greatest of money saving chances ever offered here. Opposite Myers House, Stanford; Ky. rl WEEKS PRICES "How do you like my gallant country hoo'ier? Djn't you think he would cut quite a figure in a dime museum?" "Mis," aaid the old fellow with a smite, which clearly bespoke his unconsciouineas ! of the unladylike ridicule, "I b'leve I left lln'' We fear that the politiciana will never my pocketbook thar on that seat. Will you vary thoroughly understand Mr. Cleteland. plea.e sit up a minute? ' It i hard for them to underaland a man of, The woman got up. The old fellow sat conTiction and courage in public life, who down, and, stroking his whiskers, remark only care for office atation that be may eJ: maintain and adfance principle. "B'leve I'll jest keep on a settin' here, I!jt a dim realutllon of the (fact that Mm. I stood up o much at the dime muMr Cleteland la juat auch a man ought seum just now that I'm aorler tired. I've by thia time to brgin to dawn on ere n their got a leetle more politene than thee here increduloua mind. Hi" whole official life j gentlemen, but I have diakiveied that I baa been a proof of the fact that he haa ain't got ni.1! so much seaae." Arkanaaw dared to do what he haa conceited to Traveler. be hl duty, let the etlfCl of hla action be In a period of 13') yeara li.'i'J theatre have what It may on republican, democrat or ha been any doubt been dettoved by tire and 0,573 person If there lost their lives thereby. The first fire in a of tht before, hi veto of the Kiter and a theatre in thla country accompanied by a Harbor and Pinner Pension Hill" ought to grett io of life occurred at Richmond, for all. bare atified the politician once Vi., in Drcember, lsll, and a large ntim tourier-Journal- . her perinhed, including the governor and1 nI'xKI.KNS WoiuMVTV TllOlAN many leading people of the O d Dominion, 1 here ia no man IWinir," mid a public The mo'tdiilroua theatre fire ol modern achool teacher the other day, "that know time was that at Cinton, in lSfj, when (5. every one of the 75000 word in Webater'a 170 persous are said to have perished. At I'nabridged Dictionary, nor half, nor a the burning of tho King theatre, Vienna, third of them. Nir i there a man that Decembers, 7l lives were lost. On .20iild define them if he were naked Slake December 5, iSVj, the Brooklyn theatre ipeare, who had the richest vocabulary waa burned and 211 pemna were killed and used by any Knglihman, employed only on.Mav'Jl of this year, the Opera Cora-que- , Milton could pick out from loOOO word". I'ari, was destroyod, with an unS.000, but the aterage man, a cradtiate from In rarely ha known j of life, supposed, however, lo one of the greateal unireraitie, reach -- 00 These have been among the sTocabulary of more than 3 000 or 1000 greatest disasteis of this class within recent word. Ktght here in Butlallo there are years ami in nearlv if not all case the chief to American' born and bred who contrite I of life seem to have been caused by exprea all their wanta and opinion in 300 the blocking up of stairwap aud corridors word, and in tht rural diatrict the know!, by n people Ex. edge of HO.to liOO word ia niifficient to car Bo the un Miionsry (at HailnrV Bethel)-"- My ry a man through the world. dictionary ia clutched up wiib hearers, with my limbs aching (o tread out abridged 00,000 or more technical or obaolete worde these evila; with my hands clinched to strike a blow that shall hit straight and that you never hear in ordinary conrrna-tiohurr; with my soul beating against the conor aee in ordinary hooka and nevopa-pefines of my poor body in itsanxiety to burst Bufialo Courier. forth and envelop the subject in a searchon Cows Tne following U a An ing light, and with my pent brain on tire A cow ia an animal girl' compofitlon: with a holy enthusiasm, whatwhat I ask, with four leja on the under aide. The tail would you do if you were in my plac?" i longer than the leg, but ia not ued lo Intoxicated Topman (in gallery) "Let stand on. The cow kill tile with her tail. her go (hie), Otllagher." Puck. A cow haa bic ear, that wiggle on hinges ia bigger than Old Kimy's Oimnion I knew General io doe her tail. The cow o big aa an elephant. Jackson, both being citizens of the same the rail, but not Hue i made ao small that ahe can go into State, and I followed him in his war nn the Home binks, in bis war on a protective tariff and the barn when nodody ia looking. book. A dog wbh in his war on nullification, ile w:m my cow are black and fome the dog that first love in politics If he were nlivo toonce. Rlie to-- ed heckt-biiiu.l mih r.t that worried the rat. Ulack day, I feel sure that he would write to cow President Cleveland a cordial indorsement cow give white milk; ao dn other milk to buy their little girl of Ilia menage. He was a bold man him Milkmen cell self and ndmirml that quality in dree, which they put waterfind andit chalk. others. greatly Harvey M, Watterson. in own Ilin Con chew cuds nnd ech chew. Thia I hII there ia to say about Mrs P.irvenue (who hns hired a furnish cows. . . ed house on the avenue for the great event) "j had intended, brethren," aid a Texaa And is tny daughter's trousseau readj? pactor, "to preach a aermon tbla morning Milliner Yea ma'am. Here is the bri on the univeraality of the plan of salvation, dal dress with orange blossoms. but I have juat learned that Brother Blossomel Mrs. Parvenue (indignantly) al haa collected my last quarter No, indeed; put real oranges, aud a plenty tak-eary, and Instead of paying It to me has Town Topics. of em. off with the wife of Brother it and run "Why is a man who haa lost one of his ClugUon. I will therefore invite your at on this occasion to a few remarks organs of eight like a crank?" asked Mr. tention Fangle at the dinner table. from the text: -'- These shall go away into "Really, I can't say," replied his wife. punlshment."-Chlca- Ko everlasting j iniu-wtimtI 1 1 ptnic-stricken r. Thty Don't Know the Man. One feature made prominent In the comment! on the President' ineaaKe, both In thin country ami abroad, l the nurnriw ex-lthat he ibouM hae taken auch a bold and aKRrewWe aland for tailil reform juat at thla time. Many of the politician of bath parllee are amned that juat after an election in Ita augurlw for Mr. CleTeland'a next year, and juat on the ere he 0 the national campaign of lbsS, courage to force tbla ieue ehould hare the to the front in the way he baa done. They cinnot understand why be notcould let well enough alone Itia proapecla for reelection, they aay, were brlisht, why endanger; ' Ihem by atich a departure aa thla from a on thli que- aafe. noncommittal policy ed: "Whom the Lord loveth be ch&steneth andscourgeth every eon bereceiveth." Ac cording to Walton's waitings over the misfortunes of his machinery he must be one of the predestined elect. This ought to be -- ..Superintendent John A. Bogle. Introductory and said: Essay Tho Influence ol a Teacher In a Community comfortable consolation to him without the aid of the healing balm which the Courier-JournMiss Cettle Thurmond. "Mi, take my seat. 1 don't look aa ..MIssThlxton. justly pours upon the troubled wawell aa thee here gentlemen' nodding to Muilc The subject affirmed that Hmall Mlndi are Subters of his temper, when it says, "The Inseveral men "but I've diakivered that I'ye dued by Misfortune, whIU (Ireat Minds Illie is the best semi weekly got more politene " Above Them, wilt be discussed by MIm Alma terior Journal The youn woman sat down without Tompklm. Piofs. W. F. Nlles, H. J, Pulllam, (1. I.. newspaper in Kentucky." Harrodaburg Sayings and Doings. thanking the old fellow; and, alying wink- I'enny, BupL Bogle and other. Music Duet by Mrs. Flora Hawea and Mill Thlx- ing at a womn whom she knew, whisperA Developino A KT. Probably no ap loa, of Crab Orchard. What He Discovered. A handsomely drraaed young woman entered a crowded atreet car. A old fellow, wearing; a dingy slouch hat and a tuit of home spun clothe, got up TEACHERS' MEETING. The Lincoln County Teachers' Association will e on Saturday meet at the nsxt, Dec. 17th, at 3 a.m. with the following court-hom- al Ml Alice Stuart. Essay aome of her luatrhleu Mrs. HawM will re-- dr plixw of Elocution. Hbould We Hate an Educational Qualification lor Votlogr will I affirmed by W. F. Nlloa, O. L. I'enny, D. 11. BUgg, Jr., and MIm Ulnjleton, Denial by Prod I'ullltm, N W. AlmiTomrklnt. Uughn.MlM ballla Thurmond and W. F. McClary. nil teAchen of the Auocla-tlo- n We earncitly tolieprcent, alto that the cltliam of Stanford and rlclnlty who are Intereited In the education ol the children of the day will attend, thereby .lilng to the publle leachera of our county that encourigeiuent and courtaiy that they hope to L.C T. A. W. F McClary, Vlce-i'remerit. (. plication in science is advancing more rap idly than photography. Among recent ap pliances are a detective camera in the form of a watch, with a charm to bold a supply of dry plates, aud a telescopic camera in which distant objects are brought near by Modern telescopic aid and photographed. dry plates have male the camera quite available at night and exquisite pictures are now taken by moonlight and even by starlight. In the tartar A Cumous Discovery. of teeth from skeletons of the stone age Had a Familiai; Hound. Conscientious Charters White, of the OJrntological Parent "Johnny, I want to talk to you a Mr. Society of Great Britain, has found speciminute. Last night you ran away from mens of the food eaten by our prehistoric home and were out with the Goober boys ancestors over 3 000 years or more ago till 10 o'clock; you broke a window in the rhool-lious- you came home and Mr. I'halcher heard you aweir and saw you smoking a pipe Where you got your I don't knuw. I never did such things when I was a Ixiy. Until I was 120 years old I never went out of the house alone after dark; I never touched tobacco and never used profane language; I never " Johnny (who is no "Hold pa, you can't impress me. I'm some on, Burdette, thing of a liar myelf " e aa dis-poit- The fragments identified include portions of corn husks, spiral vesnels from vege table, starch hu'ks, fruit cells, the point of a fiih's tooth, and bits of wool, feathers and cartilage. t) The Christmas number of Kentucky Stock Kirm.a 1(3 page weekly, published at Lex Inglon, Ky , P P. Johnson, editor, will contain letters of vital importance to horsemen from the most famous breeders in America. From Palo Alto, on the Pacific coat, to Bangor, Me., and from the "Village Stock Farm" to McKinney, Texas, and the great establishments lying bstwen, come the letters re'erred to. The Cbrlmas number will be h 121 page edition. Fronlispiece by the famous artist, Frank Whitney. Subscriptions $2 per annum. Herr Most was born in lis 16 and yet he has spent S years in prison, two in Austria for calling for treason, one in Berlin the Emperor a slanderer; two more for speech andfjr making a commuuiistic 1 in England for applaudblasphemy, ing the killing of the Czar and two in the Tnited States for riotous speech. It pays to mulch the strawberry vines, although many consider it too laborious to do o. After the vines have died down there is nothing better than a covering of fine, well rotted manure, which will not odIt protect the plants, but show good effects on the crop in the spring. Under the existing tariti system a duty of 02 per cent, is exacted on the cheaper clothes and 57 on the more expensive ones. As the poor classes have to buy the former and the rich mainly purchase the An English woman has introduced sewboys' schools. This is decidedly latter, the injustice of this arrangement is ing into wrong and will probably haye much to do manifest. Omaha Bee. toward rendering marriage unfashionable When a man can sew his own buttons on, what does he want to be bothered with wo men folks for always supposing that he could get a wife who knew how to sew? Now let the boys he taught how to paint and such things and tidies and matrimony will die the death of Mother Dumpling's ducks, whatever their Inst illExchange. ness may have been. wall-pocke- Buckens's Arnica Sale Tbebest salvo In the world for Cuts, Brulioa, Sores, Ulcen, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter. In this country a famine il almost impos- Chapped Handi, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin sible. While droughts occur in some sec Eruptloni, and poiltlrely curei Plies, or no pay relions rain is usually plentiful elsewhere. quired. It la guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, or refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. The past season was noted for destruction For Sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford, Ky. from both droughts and freshets at the same A Woman's Discovery time. Crops are very short in Illinois, "Another wondnrful discovery haa been made Wisconsin and Iowa, while in the Etstern and thst too by a lady In this county. Dliease. States the yields have been excellent. The fastened Its clutches upon her and lor seven year time may yet come when science will en she withstood Its severest lasts but her vital orable tbe farmers to largely control the sup- gans were undermined nnd death eocturd imminent. For three months sho coughed Incessantly ply of water required. and could not sleep Sbo bought ol us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consumption and In crossing the Atlantic He were overwas so much relieved on taking first dose that she taken by a gale. Upon tbe deck the noise slept all night and with one bottle ha; been cured, tier natua Is Mrs. Lutbcr Lutz.' of the waves howling and foaming was at W. C. Hamrick A Cj , mot deafening. But when I stepped into Thus write bottle at A. 11. Penny's ot Shelby, N. C Get a trial drug store. engiue room everything was quiet. The tbe The Irerdict Unanimous mighty engine was moving with quielness W. I). Suit, Druggist, Blppus, Ind., testifies: "I and slillnfs', in striking contrast with can iHODituend Electric Bitters as the very belt the roar without. It reminded me of the remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in evpeace that can reign in the soul while ery caio. Ono tnan took sl bottles and was cured storms and tempests are howling without. of Ubeuuiatlsiu ot 10 yeais standing " Abraham Hare, druggist, Hellville, Onto, affirms: "The Rev C. G Finney. best vllluj medicine I bavo ever handled in my Brown "Where hjve you been lately, .'0 years' experience is Electric Bitters." ThouRabiosoL? I haven't seen you for two sands of others have added their testimony, so that tbe verdict is unanimous that K'octric Bitmonths." ters do cure all diseases of tbe Liver, Kidneys or Robinson (caralessly) "Oa, off on a lit-ti- e Blood. Only a half dollor a bottle at A. H Penny's trip London and Paris and that sort of Drugstore. thing, you know. Paris is a fine place, WU, -- VHK3. JAS. U. OIVK it, Brown. Have you eyer been there?" notary Public. Brown 'No; I've been in Louisville and Lexington and Padurab, but I never was I,ATrV, In Paris York 8un. 311 Fifth Street, y lulrac-ulously Whenever Gov. Buckner refuses to par r don the his crown of glory will be complete. Stringent laws against carrying concealed weapons have been on our statute books for years, but we have yet to see the first man, with any claims to decency, who has paid the penalty for his lawlessness in jail. There have been hundreds of shooting affrays in tbe State, there have been murders and killings innumerable, yet the hand of the law has never fallen on the pistol carrier. The should be punished to tbe law's fullest ex tent, and especially should the imprison ment clause of the penalty be enforced. The pistol is not a necessity of every day life, and the man who habitually carries it has either the heart of the murderer or he is a coward. The concealed deadly weapon law should either be enforced or repealed. Gov. Buckner can immortalize himself by resolutely declining to interfere with its enforcement. Georgetown Time. pistol-packepistol-packer Many eminent lawyers have held that prohibition destroyed or seriously injured distilleries and breweries erected under sanction of the law, therefore the State which wa responsible for prohibition, was bound to make compensation. If this view was sustained, it would render prohibition practically impossible in any Slate. The decision of tbe Supreme Court gives prohibitionists full swing and is a serious setback for the Kansas and Iowa brewers and distillers, who have continued to manufacture despite prohibitory enactments and Chicago Tribune. amendments. aa The annual report of the chief signal ofthat about 73 per cent, of the weather forecasts during tbe past year have been verified. Cf a total of 1,510 etorra signals of all kinds ordered during tbe year 1.034 or 68 5 per cent, were yerified. Public Opinion. ficer shows AYRES& GIVENS, - "New ATTORNEYS ATI Rooms 3 and 8, Cromle Block. Miss WalUo (of Boston) "Have you visited any of tho galleries since you have been in town, Mr. Wabash?" Mr. Wabash "Oaly one, Miss Waldo, and (of Cnicago) Eay I didn't stay very long. I think for three shots is too high." 10 cents Beino Quick of Wit She TRirrED Him He "Now that we are one, and I shall insist that this is the last time you ap pear in a dress " She "We may be one, but you are only half of us, and I shall dress my half as I please." Boston Beacon. d LOUI8VIL.LE, (196-ly- ICY. .) PUBLICSALE liiuul, Stock and Crop. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder Last Friday's isaue of that mot excellent paper, the Ixteimok JouitNAL, was a double number and was chock full aud run ning over at the sidss of news and interesting matter. Iiro. W.ltoti is jtit the man who know how to do a thing, and that nicely. With a big new press running, subscriptions coming in tit h lively rate the proprietcr of that deservedly popular paper must feel proud over the boom it t Ml. Vernon Signal. having. in PhiladelOut of 8 031 saloon-keepe- rs phia there am only 170 Americans, while there are 2 179 German, 3.011 Irishmen and 2,3 It of other nationalities. Thus it is seen that immigration supplies us with our whisky and beer retailer!. Americans, as a Nash class, do int take to the business. Title Christian Advocate. of building bricks in the Unileil States is 5,000 000,000, employing in their manufacture 100 000 men, the product being worth 550,000,000, requiring a capital of $75 000,-000. n Tri-bon- e. First Atlanta Citizen "Well, we can drink all the whisky we want to now." Second Atlanta Citizui -- "Yea but it does not taale so good." Men may declaim againit corsets, bat it's a brave man who would take bis wife to a Pjck. party without one. "Why la he?" The Toledo Oil Company haa sold out to the Standard Oil Company for $100,000. - "Because he is a man of one eye, dear," Philadelphia Times. extra good yearling have found some more serious abuses to 4 Mule Colts, 2head ol nut, IS fnt Shcutj, 1 mule, aged n bunch ol yeaillug Cattle, aud a good lite or Farmlug Imwrestle with then this of advertising on plements, eon. tiling of Wagons, i'joirs, dears. wrappers. He baa put himelf in the po- - Combined Mower and lleaper and everything in lino, tbe s:tion of straining at a gnat and swallow- aud farming stacks,ii)) barrel! U Com, Hay in bun lot cf Wli. at In girner. Houseseveral and ing a whole drove ol camels. Piltsburg hold Tract Kitchen Furniture will mi be sold , A ot Land, c insisting ol ItO l Dlx Hlver, inJ on uf GO lying Sausaoe llecfcirr lo ten pounds of Dispatch. on tht Lancaster pise, telwvu tie liriuiot the late Uen. Klitg and J K C.iron will alua he said. ground meat, one tenspoonlul of cayenne "He come," my own, my callunt Pitsie " Ttruis made kuown ou day ot (ale. tublespoonfula of black pepper; Genevieve Mictavish lened her lovely pepper; II' KVAS. four tl)lepoonful of sU-- ; five tablespoon-fill- s cheek upon her parents' best denitjihn and S. C. ot sage Djuut hc:p your spoons, sighed. "You have won the battle, Iitie ' Oye Mrs. Gilliguu, of Bridgeport, Conn., who I see it in your bunged up eyr." .ittstked an escaped lion after the great have, Murry Ann, but shut the durp, end Mt. Vornon, Ky. menagerie fire and who Iihs agreed to trav lean up a jin it. I'm purshooJ N Y. el with "the greateM show on earth," has Journal. Othce next door to Whitehead' Drug Store, diieclsl .mention given to diseases ol children. rcsived an oiler of marriage from a. West Cnicken cholera is easily subdued wi h ern rauchman, Gainer's Cnicken Choliri Cme II nlo For Chapped Hands. One ounce of improves the general health of the chicken ounce of Sold and warranted by McRiberts ft fllagg glycerine, ouuee of bay rum, namo on a package of COFFEE i3 a spirits of camphor. To which add the juice guarantoo of oxcollonco. A pithy definition of a lover is the folof two lemons and apply after washing. lowing: "A lover is a man who endeavors Ostrich farming is no longer highly prof to be more amiable than it is posa'ble for liable, as the change in fashion has reduced a man to be, and this is the reason why al COFFEE Is kept in all flrst-olatbe price of their feathers from $350 per most all lovers i ppear ridiculous " stores from the Atlantic to tho Pacific pound to $35 for the same quality. Nearly $500,000 in deposits is lying un The cava animals of North America, ac- claimed in the Savings Binka of B)ston, cording to Prof. A. 8. Packard, comprise a It belongs to 367 unknown depositors, not total of 172 species of blind creatures, near one of whom has put in an appearance) at fa nerer good when exposed to the air. Always buy this brand In hermetically ly all of which are mostly while. this bank for more than twenty yean. sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. Twenty-seve- It is estimated that the tinnual product seems that the Postmaster General, if so desirous to reform in (he service, might It Oil Friday, Dec. ltt, 1SS7, ., to DAVIS. Physician and Surgeon, DR. '. "-- ARBUCKLES' ARI0SA as COFFEE 4 h ri" i f j C 1 r Tbe annual report of the Directorof the Mint ahowa that in the last fiscal year Bavispe, Mexico, was entirely destroyeideofhisown locality till the president ed by an earthquake, and many persons 29,433.342 standard ounce of silver, 90 per cent, fine, were coined into dollars at a cost commissioned him to represent the United December 13. 1887 State at Peru, is a candidate to succeed killed. Stanford, Ky of $25,9S8 020, and that the number ot dol$5,000 Johann Most was released on Having purchased the Drug 6lore of O. F. I'rttock, Huitontllie, 1 will ronttou to run the builnw Mr. Beck in the Senate. The cheek of a bail, Mrs. Ida Hoffman, bis former bonds lars minted was 33,200 831. The profit on the coinage to the government was there at the ol J itand tod government mule has heretofore been con- man, going security. W. P. WALTON. fore $7,278,211, or 28 per cent. sidered the climax of efforts in that direcNo rise has occurred in the Ohio and tion, but the cheek of this little Buck coal user are still pyin 25 cents per MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, Paiison Tauuibe, who represents the causes that of the g m. to pale into insig- bushel along the river, AFL'U. LINK OH Mils Ida Adams is yislting friends in 10th Kentucky District in Congress, is in nificance. When he was givea the present Arensdorf, tbe man charged with the the middle of a very awkward fix and fur $10,000 position over more capable and murder of Prohibitionist Haddock at Sioux Louisville. Ejituett Burton is in from Nebraska niehes another confirniation of the adae more deserving men, it was generally con- City, Iowa, was acquitted. visiting his old home in this county. Mrs. a shoemaker should always stick to his sidered another proof that it takes a fool that Three neitrow were hung by a mob last. Previous to going to CoDgress, Mr for luck, and nobody raised a row over near Obrieu, Tenn., for criminally assault- L, B. Adams is visiting Lancaster. His Btook will ombraoo Toys, Books, Albums, Fanoy Toilot Goods, Wallace Lisivell, the slayer of GranTaulbee followed the hlglur occupation of it, but this sublimity of gall li crowd- ing a white school girl. ville Adams, came in Thursday, surrender- Dressing Oases, Jowolry and Silvorwnro, Vnsos, &o, Givo us a call. to the benighted mountaineers ing the monkeys tt.o far and the pubpreaching Another Louisville bucket shop has the plan of salvation as taught by the Meth- lic and the legislature will not be slow had to go to the wall McCampbell & Co,, ed and is now in jail. Examining trial set G, for y, Monday . odist Church, and his stentorian voice wak- to resent this further effort to substitute with liabilities of $25,000. By the failure of the Stewartsville, ened the echoe in nearly every hill and assurance for etitetmanship and cheek for Suits involving several millions of dolyalley of bis section. But the political bee capacity. Senator Buck! Shades of Breck- lars haye been entered in the U. S. Court Mo., bank it was feared that our towns man, C. W. Adams, who is now in tbe began to bun away in his bonnet and Pres inridge and of Stevenson defend us. against tbe Kentucky Central. ton wae soon in the maelstrom. He went Chattanooga boy, had West, was caught for $2 000, but a dispatch fixed Umcago as the Frank Frost, a The committee MERCHANT TAIL OH, from him says he will come ont all right. to Congress and oncn at Washington he place and June 19 next as the day for hold- bis head blown off by the double discbarge Tbe editor of the Signal, not to be outsoon fell into the ways of Congressmen. The ing he republican convention to nominate of a gun he let down on Ibe floor. done by Bro. Walton in way of office, has blandishments of beautiful wdmen were too a candidate for President. It is said that I hT revived and still rocUlni Four men were instantly killed and much for his nature, even if he had tried it was done at Blaine's suggestion and that three more seriou'ly injured by the falling gone and had himself elected town trustee at a salary fully a large as that received by to resist them, and Pres not only fell, but that distinguiabed letter-writ- er has plainly of a water tower aiThoaaaville, Ga. sig what is worse, in the eyes ol mod people, indicated that he would like to try bis hand haye the Intxriok JoUKHAL man from the A band of Mexican got caught. A lovely little duck of a crea again at running for the presidency. We destroyed several towns and murdered mora nal service department, ComprWIcg tb belt In th mukot, which will U Coroner Prewitt has been on Brush tare, whom Charlie Kfncald describee as gave him credit for more sense. If Cleve- than 2 000 people in the past year. creek hunting up witnewit in the late mur- Qotton Up in Stylo and Make Second to Kono in City or Country 18 and "as plump as a partridge and as land beat him before under every disadvan- Tbe earnings of tbe Cincinnati Southder cases. But few have obeyed the sumbright as a sunbeam, with nut brown hair, tsge, ke is sure to mop him ofl the face of ern for this year will exceed those of last Give Me a Trial. mons served upon them. Several have been liquid blue eyes, cheeks like peaches and the earth since he has served his country year $408 000 and will reach $3,350,000. brought in. Young Lunsford, rose bud lips lipped with dew," sized up so well and. shown the true greatness of Four men are under arrest at Koox arrested and the oloqaent mountaineer and played htm which he is'made. There are few things ville, charged with burning up Tompkins-ville- , who was with Ltswc'l, is reported to have Jackson for a position in the Patent Office. He Ky and robbing the people of $00,. been killed bv the Adamses in in the future as sure as that Mr. Cleveland county while tleeing the country. not turnji deaf ear. to the appeals of will be elected to a second term. could 000. pleading beauty and although she was not The town election here Siturday waa It is more than probable that Congress DlSArrotNTKD at the amaltness of the lapretty closely contested In the police judge's from Kentucky! Mr. Taulbee registered ber will repeal the tax on tobacco, whibh those At 5 o'clock r. M. there was a tie from the State. and on the hope bor vote In New York at the recent elec- who nse it claim it is not a luxury, but a rac bet-- " n the candidate-- , M. P. Newcomb love and smiles, he obtained for tion and believing thtt if the democrats necessity. of her was some lively berths coveted position.. This was last will adopt the euggeitioos made by the One negro killed another in Simpson and Willis Griffin. There Congress adjourned eatly in President in favor of tariff reform, there county because he relused to swap sus- skirmishing around for voters after that February. March and the Congro.aBman returned to will be no especial need for bim, Henry pended with bim. He will doubtless be time. At the close of polls Griffin was Trusdeclared elected by eight majority. his mountain home, but made many ex George has definitely decided not to be a suspended. to the Capital, candidate for president next year, nor altees elected are Wm. Poynter, Josh Bore-Incuees for repeated return Morehead is to have a newspaper, J G. W. Btker, W. B. Smith and Jamts till early in the fall, when be went back low the labor party to enter the campaign. T. Httlerigg, late candidate for lieutenant by one the permanently. Since then he has been liv- One by one the roeea fall, one Maret. of considerable abiliparties learn that the demo governor, and a man We were unable. t get the particulars ing on love and swimming in a sea of roses. little ty, will conduct it. He made almost dally visits to his charmer cratic party'is the only party of the people other of the Centennial celebration of Mr. Sim Tbe tax on drummers from at the Patent Office, and while the tongues and the only one that can withstand the Slates have been declared unconstitutional eon Danny's birthday at Level Green, this all and come understand something like 100 of the gossips were set to running, nothing combined assaults of them by Judge Bond, of the United State Cir- county, but uponNvhtcb. to bise a very juicy scandal out gloriously triumphant in the end. of his neighbors and friends were iu atten cuit Court of North Carolina. was developed till last week, when the Condance and all had a rousing good time. John S. Barbour was unanimously OIF- Three shots were fired at gressman and his fair protege were caught nominated for U. S. Senator by the demo- Ferry in Paris by a man who confeseed he Plenty of tbe best of everything good to eat in a most compromising position in a se- cratic caucus of the Virginia legislature. was one ot a band of 19 sworn to kill him. and drink was on tho table. Uncle Simeon Office, The He is a very able man and the contrast becluded portion of the did the honors of the occasion and received Ferry was only slightly wounded. good will, tbe congratula beat tween him and the man be succeeds, Kid of course, and Pro woman screamed, to the teeth stopped with a hearty Three men armed a hasty retreat Since then the tcandal has dlebergAr, will be decidedly marked. It is a night express near Texarkana and got off tions of hi friends nd bids fair to live years. been on every tongue and the newspapers a pity that he does not at once take Ibe ofwith $40,000 secured from tbe ex pre safe. many At Conway A. Q. Biker commenced have not been silent on the subject. . The fice. Unfortunately Biddlebereer'a time The paseeogers were not molested. teasing Thomas Rose, of Jackson county, fact that Taulbee U a preacher makes the does not expire till March, 1889 With Thomas Ellis went to the room of bis matter all the worse and be no doilbt wishes Daniels and Barbour to represent her in wife at Keokuk, Ind., who was seeking a about a wooden button worn on his (Rose') coat, resulting in Rose shooting Btker thro' now that he had never left the mountain the Senate, Virginia will be able to resume divorce from him, shot her dead and then the bowels and wrist, inflicting wound f&Mnesses, where he could have expounded the former proud position she held beforo put a bullet through bis own brains. injunction, "Be virtuous and you will Mihone and his me loo's got Ihe upper Tbe wounded from wuiob be will die. the COBM.K- The Court of Appeals of Indiana deman has a wife and two rhildren. The be happy," and run let risk of getting hand. cides that a conductor has the right to put caught when he failed to practice what he Commenting oq the fact that Mrs. Har- a man off the train if he uses improper lan- partial engaged in tbe aflray have heretofore been considered as the best of friend. preached. per sticks so steadfastly to ber husband, guage thereon in the presence of ladies. After the shooting Rose jumped on his The democrats of the Eighth Senatori- horse and flsd, but was hotly ! pursued by There is an old proverb which says that even after the disclosure of his liason with a man had just as will be born lucky as his confidential clerk, Miss Holmes, the al district have nominated Hamilton Kjis-ing- George Hard o and Hiram Swapser, and to succeed Hon. Sam E Hill in the after four hour' running and dodging was rich. Blinky Morgan, who is condemned 0ensboro Mcsfcnacr says: "Woman's na the murder of a de ture is such that she cn make herself act- Senate. The district is strongly republican. captured near Horre Lake, Jsckson county, to be hung in Onio for and brought here and placed in jail. Rose Miss Jennie Smith, a handsome school is a young man about 22 years of age. tective, who attempted to arrest him, seems ually believe what she wants to believe and to be peculiarly lucky in a small way, but refuse to believe what she doesn't want to teacher, daughter of a well-t- o do farmer OAtHLLE. BOYLE COUMT. Men are not built that way," near Lamont, Mich., has created a sensation believe. ii'e two to one that bo would give considerto trade hU luck for ready cash. Woodson ought to know, he' has been mar- by eloping with a negro as black as the are able boot Mr. William Dillenger and Miss Bet-ti- e of clubs. When his case was on trial he bet bis at- ried a year. Hunt obtained marrige liceose on tbe A collision occurred on tbe Cincinna.i 10th. torney a cigar that the jury would condemn Pf PVfftf vnara urt Kamtlatl KmnMr Mr. Reuben Price, of this county, who I in bim to death and won as easily as rolling assistant supervisor of trains on the Butt J Southern railroad near Dtrwin, Tenn regarded as hopelersly ill some month log. Hia partner in crime was also more & O which engine SO was overturned, killing was off a lio at $930 a year. He was an as to be able to sentenced to die and the time of their exit industrious and thrifty fellow and Saturday tbe fireman instantly and seriously Injur- ago, has so far recovered walx about. fixed for the same day. It happens, how- last was elected president ol the great cor- ing tbe engineer. A number of Dinville ladies have G. B. Mosley has been nominated by ever, that the gallows from which they are poration at $25,000 a year Great indeed are opened up an "exchange" temporarily in to dangle was constructed to work off one the possibilities of the young man in the the democrats of Jessamine county for reA Caldwell's shoe store, where they man at a time ouly and the ether day land of the free and the home of the braye. election b sheriff'. He deervei to be de- Hann of wearing Bald-Ji- n expose fir sale various articles Blakey proposed to Pth to draw straws feated for not preventing bis friend and anything tn ea apparel needle work, It is said that Mrs. Logan is already from attacking Green. to decide which should be hung first. A proti s are to ba diiiibuled among tbe Tbe Virginia House has by a vote of Tbe long and short atraw were prepared and the thinking of changing her widow's weeds to bridal array, and "Black Jack" dead lean 90 to 1 directed their Senators and repre- poor. guard held them to Morgan. He drew the Mm Daisy M Wells and Mr O. I) to than a twelve month. A Us and alack, how sentatives in Congrts to use their best efshort one, which was agreed to 'me-iMiCollum, both of Junction City, were d, saying he had soon are we forgotten! What Benedict is forts to have all internal revenue taxation hang last. Roth mirried at the Gllcber Houe Thiiednv been given no chance. The straws were there among us who can say that thecbarm removed, or at least that nn tobacco. evening, Rv. James L. Allen officiating ing wife of his Domm may not be tranie Tbe rope of a bucket in which 10 men Mr. and Mrs S. M. Prewitt, alto of Juncthen handed to bim and he draw the loo winning in two airtight other fellow's happy epjuse before the new wire descending into a 300 foot coal shaft, one, Blinky thus tion City, accompanied the bridal parly tc (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxa Pnolllo Railway.) beats. If, however, Blinky is to see his year becomes old? near Wilkesbarre, Pa., broke, and tbe men Dtnville mid were present at the ceremopartuer do the contortion act and witoe.vj mid Lino to New It ha been seven years since the last fell 100 feet, killing two instantly, wound- ny. P. Mullaney, who built tbe new IS yle his dying struggle;, his few moments lease census waa taken and still four of the 22 ing two fatally and badly injuring tbe othCulm, West. A Lincoln turnpike, onnrcting the on life will hardly be Iom h irrible than if volume of the statistic obtained are un er six. and Stanford pike', the ptt sum Green Killer, clerk of the list House, were doing the act himself. published. As it ) only two years before CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87. will ba taken, we ante that is a candidate for re election. He hat prac- mer, is very ill with pneumonia at his reu Gov. McCkeaby has already been heard another census A Hustonville toll-ga- te, Ha is familiar with dence, the Dtnville ki:ai down. hi. He has offered a reso- the publication of the four volume-- be dis tically no opposition. from in Congre-w- . YTtA'iN'iHUirii. near town. Mr. Mullaney hs nuny ntAa.M,Trir. the duties of this importart place and is of the body so a pensed with, especially since the Secretary lution to amend the rules tvu. A. No.7fio.:l. No. I. I,"- No.2; Louie friends who etrnestly trust that he miy No. g. asks for 07,595 to pay for thoroughly reliable in his habit. STATIONS. lull to n quire that at the first coasiou of every of the Interior soon recover. He has a largo fimily, mo't luilr Ki.Huu.1 IMIIr. Dallr ville Commercial. UiIIt. Iallr. the work. Congress all general appropriation bills be The representation iu the National re- of the children being small. 7 85 a in I 03 p iu !) 00 p m 7 to a iu L'ie...Clnclnull .A'rr 6 tn pui lipiul0 25ui 6 U p tu The Cincinnati CommtrcUU affects to be reported to the House within CO days after 10 15 .'Up 3 IS pin Lciltutou 15 p in Frank Jolimon shot a man ntintd 1125 urn 7 JO i) millI 20 a in II '25 aKin Ui in 3 Ift ji m publican convention has been fixed at four 2 tu 05 i iu J I0(i u Juuctliui Cltj n iu in Congress and at the last or iieve that "Pre-mlanCleveland's free trad "J P in 5 20 a iu 1 50 m the convening of 0 to a in 3 15 p in ..Oakilale u. j. in u v.i delegate at large, and for each representa-tive-at-larg- e, Scott, some witnesses ny three tiinei anil C JV m S lOaui ii liore short Hesston the name bills must be report- message" puts Kentucky in the column of two delegates, each congres- some five timsB, nn Sunday evening at the 7 10 pin 'jiiua'inl Ai't.. Chatum-ua,.!.'-.5 00i la U 13 a in ed from the committee! within 40 days. If doubtful S atos in the coming presidential HO 000 p ui'I.'t.. Cliallanuua..AJ'rr sional district, eaoh Territory and the Dis- house of a member of the colored dcml viotle. 9 p ,... A'rv - Allaula. ...Ar't .adopted, as it should be, the resolution will election. This is very small consolation Oa of tiie shots slightly touched Scott in ... 4 00 p mill 10 pin Lvo II I5a in :i :0 a iu nlriiitiirfliaiu trict of Columbia two delegate'. SO p iu 12 II 12 a in 1 HI h iu in have the effect of remedying a yery great after recent diatere, but If the rads can A It roil Jtmea O'Cnimll, stage manager of tbe u i side. Both prlies wer on tbe s net . evil. At the lam sexton the appropriations derive any comfort from it, no good heart York ...I performing later In the evening, but did not seem un Michael 8tr gff Combination, UOOplu IOOhiii A'rr .Meridian .L't 1.10 a in lOaOpiu committee did not report till two weeto be ed democrat will object. .A'rr I.'e New at Harris' Tneatre, Cincinnati, wbb instant tier arrest. Mr. Johnson is tho same Mr it was rushed thro' Orltaua.l.'rn 00 iu 5 00 p in fore its clone and then ...3;(0aiu 03 a mlA'iT. ...Meridian... The doughty Herr M t ha been sen- ly killed by an electric Bbock. The bell John-o- n who has been doing valiant service ' 1 Ma lu.'lvti .A'rr luuop iu it should have without the 8 Si a in L'th .... Juikton rv 5 IS p iu tenced to another year on the Inland. The wire to wuich he put hie band had become for the cauee of morility for n veril week II 0Oa In L't Vcklmr). I O p tu Appropriations involving several great leader of anarchy seems to spend most had. . 20 piiil.'Te Munrue wire of the electric liubt, pst, by sweiring out warran's agitu-- t va10 03 a in crowed with the t S 15 jiiiii Arr. .. II 00 a in hundred millions of dollars should not be of his time in jail of late years and it is Tne notorious Mrs. Peoples, is sgin rious peMon for ai ng his morals by sellMann lloudolr Uiitldt Sltln, (ir oil all ttiniiiii tralni. allowed to be railroaded through the House well (bat lie does, if the law can't get a under arrest for producing an abortion on ing him whisky. JOHN O. C.AUI.T, Oon'l MaiiiKr, It. Cm.LIHUN,len'I.Krt.A IMi,. Ast., and it is to be hoped Gov. McCreary'e res chince to break hU dirty neck. went Mr Jo'ep'i Moore, won the effects. a German girl, who died from It. UAItltOI.I., (teu'l tfupt. olution will receive prompt and unanimous w wriiei i )Htiral Oltltei, Hi. Paul Itiilldlnt, Fourth Struct Cincinnati, OM-i- . The Sam Randall Club at Philadelphia The instrument used was a neodle, 1J feet to New Mexico to spend the in liter, Terriadoption that long and its course was traced by the sur- to a friend from Lis Cruces, unanimously adopted resolutions endorsAltuocoh the judge gave almost per- ing the President's messige. 1 hia begins geons who held a post mortem. The gill tory, giving his impreesionB, He states that emptory instructions to the jury to convict to look likf we are to have a united dem also left a dying decluation of the manner the climate is deligntoil and that he anil his fellow Mex can are enjoying fresh ve' Banker Harper for wrvektug the Fidelity ocracy on the tariff question and a dead treatment. n etables, such as Keojuckr people do not A coal famine prevails throughout Bank, it had not done so Ht last account?. sure thing nn victory next year. to des- get until late in Mar or early in June. The all the trouble on Wilsbire Harper laid Kansas, and the people, driven jajaH BkHAPMiV7KQ Some interesting postal statistics are giv- peration by the refusal of the railroid com- town contains about 3,ouO people, the pre and laid that be had permitted hirn to go en on our fourth page, llj the way, a big be ahead to save ihe $S6,000 that Le owed the panies to bring them coal, have stopped vailing language among 3,000 of them eff jrt will be made at this session of Coning Spanish, The houe aid the walls through trains loaded with the bank, but Judge Jackson very properly was baidlv to he believed that gress to reduce letter postage to one cent they wanted surrounding them are ''adobe;" the blasts said that it article and taken what seems like it is plausible and practi Wagons of burden and those riddel and driven for were placarded "Coal or Blood." a bank official would pin up a million and and it cal. '"" ,""1 $100,000 a half to Ktndall is preparing a revenue reduc- pleasure being little jacuawes, called by the Among the Mrs. CleveUnd tion bill, which he will introduce at an ear- natlvei "burros." The L buon Enterprioe nays taat Billy gaveThe President and Evangelical Alli- ly day. will reduce the revenue Bbout tucklans Mr. Moore has met with are Mr It a reception to tho Bradley and Jim Jones uo notspeakai they Nearly $60,000,000, repealing tbe tobacco tax and John B. Bowman, formerly of Kentucky to be bis ance in cession at Washington. s by since the latter rjfu-pi-D. Bryant, a law2,000 persons attended, including Hum, the tax on spirits, not used for drinking, University, and Mr. John ncape Koal in his willlul charge that Gov. placing many yer, a gradutte of Centre College and a naRomanism and Rebellion Burchard, whom and will leadjust the tariff, Knott wrote the speech that Gen. Buckner H fr- h'. om't'inj ary tive of T.'fcoln ronnty. Las Cruces is 40 the Lexington bubecue. This the president expressed himself very glad srtlrU. nn f delivered at ul'lt-- ') 'I " "no ( o.d M Xi'' ' e. I hi ) tne siutr aril. is sad indeed anil true if no' jmpir'in'. mI is made that Minister Buck, who was unheard of out Tux astounding statement NEWSY NOTES. SANTA GLAUS! Will Open Out Next Monday, 19th, CHRISTMAS GOODS! J. T WEATHERFORD, Hustonvillo. H. C. RUPLEY, v cut-tho- ats New Qoods for Fall and Winterr Blue-Gras- s g, ed BUT &HCMMIE8 t T T. R. WALTON SOMEKSET STS.. er MAIN & JLTV13 GET THE obj-ote- Queen and Crescent Route, Quickest South East, Texns, Orleans, South h:ai Shortest Florida, le ) " - - "'r. t 1 M - Tint-aloo- . I n 1 HhiHT'-iKir- 1 -- Wt-a- wh-ler- Wall Paper, much-nsed-e- d Furniture, " ex-Ke- n Cases, Caskets, Robes, as low as the lowest. 1 Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices B. K. WEAREltf, Stanford. ' A vine Columbui Baggy the a for eale Jcheap. D. KlaM. Uoiin to wife of James Stanford, Ky . . Docembor 13, L. Totten, Miie St. John failed lo arrive las' evening or to let her friends hear from her, so there was no teaip-iran- c lecture last night. JEW Aimirn8EME.NT8. 18B7 yeeterday, boy. The cloudy, gloomy weather m.iii niarjiini of the last A Stockholders Meeting. uiestlngof the itockhoUin of the National their banking bouieln Huilon-llleo- n the id Tue-illa January, 1848, for the purpura of electiog nice Direct- era lo .U.Wn tne tuiulii rear. 'J89-tJ. w. HUCKEit, Caihler. Hank of Huitonrllle will be beld at ar d -- THAT 3 week has been bad 00. people subject to Chiiibtmah Candieh, Nut. Itilain. Flee. blues, as well as fearful on thoe who are Ditee, Ac, at A. A, Warren's S. O. WALTON, - UuelnoBfl ManaKor. Oiange, disposed to take cold. Niarly everybody "Model Grocery." is barking in town. Foil Kent, the alore-roolately occupiJ'ubllnhvd 'luctHtuv unit The programme for tbe teachers' associa ed by Penny' Drug fcHorr. Poweion Jan, -- AT tion, which meets here next Stturday, 1 " John HiUKhtnan. a I'JSltA.NNOM.CAfctll. given in thi issue, l an interesting one, A I.aikie and varied aaxorlment of Chriit and we hope our cit'z ins will avail thetn-relvIt anderstood If wecnJlt that 11.50 will tnaa gooda in China and Ulan-war- e now of the kind invitation to attend nod demanded. 0en at A. A. Warren' "Model GroceDeath. Mr. J C. II y received a tele I. A M. LOCAL TIME CARD. ry." gram yesterday stating that Mr, It A. 2 OS r. it , Mull ltlD going North- The Hank report-- , which we publioh who married hi wife's sister, died al I si r.u . Bouth II IS k.H herewith, prteenta healthy showing. Lin Hapten triln" Houtb his home in Columbia, 4Tenn., of inflammaIX A,. w coln ia proud and ha a right to be of her tion of the stomach. He was about 38 year Nmll,.,... 6 55 M Uxl Freight N or I h. ........ 6 &5 A M three bankinir inaliiullon. bouiu. I.M. I..... of sge and leaves ,a wi'e and two children. 1kj carry pajMUgsrs The laller trains M Tne a jove Is calculation' suvdard tltn. BoUr It is le than two weeks lo Christmas With one or two honorable exepiona, I ll i bout 20 ifllDUtMlMfdr and already the store window sre giving our correspondent failed us this time. It evidence of the good time coming. Santa is well, however, that the appearance of the A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Clauae is getting ready for his annual paper le not'dependent on Corresthem. Train Wives llowUtid It7:20 a. M.and returns it tour. pondent may corns and tbe'y may go, but r u. W. H. Millek was elected president of the I. J. goes on forever, never, falling LOCAL MOTICtl. the Crab Orchard & Chappell's Gap turn- to appear on time and with all the news pike Saturday and Messrs John Uuchanan, worth printing at that. Buy your achnol book and ochool nip-pi- t Dr. Djoren, James Fish, P. T. Pollard and (torn A. It. Penny. Attention is called to the fact that in Ark your iirocer for the Cincinnati H. Joe Melrin directors. the last two weeks there have been shipped king-- Co.' cracker) and cake. The (rack ha reached Itirbourvllle and along tbe road from Richmond to LancasW ATCiint and Jewelry repaired on ahor the San ays every other man in the place ter over $150,000 worth of hogs, while this cotice and warranted br A. It, Penny. wants to get a job as brakeman. After a county entire has not shipped $10,000 A oomtlktk itock of jewelry, latent A, few of them break their necks the occupa- worth, Ojr people make a big cry of tyle, Itockford watcher) a specialty. tion will lose much of its charms. We do of hard times, but make no effort to pre Penny. It. The firm of Penny A McAlister hainR not know of a harder or more dangerous vent them, This county could sell four dinolvftl, the account are ready for oelde situation than that of brakeman on a freight times as much flock and other farm prournt. Come at once and teltle. You may train. ducts if her citizens would work more and rave coM. talk less. Uncle Jimmy Waiihen shakes hi head PERSOHAL. The Ladies of the Presbyterian church in a religious way and ray the reaaon that -- MlW. J. V. Auxm.N li spending a few our machinery give us so much trouble is will have a euppsr and Baziar at the storeday in Louisville. because the devil is loose in our office, and room formerly occupied by A. It. Penny, Fowi,r.n ha returned from we must put him out. As if any well regu Friday night, Deo. 23rd. The supper will Ci'AliM.Y t visit lo Columbia. lated printing office could do without the be complete in all appointments, and the Mit Lizzie llUTCHiKON ban returned devil! In our office at ltat the devil is the baztar will consist of many ueful and or namentat articles suitable for Christmas beat man. from a yisil to Jelllco. presents at very reasonable prices. All tho cf McKinney, U Mim I'icaki. Tahlkii, The Stanford Planing Mills are now un ladies in the Presbyterian church are earTi'itini; MIm Maggie llibb. der headway and turning out as nicely nestly requested to contribute to both (UpMinn llr.l.i.r. Cooic, of Huitonyillr, ia dreced lumber a we em aaw. The enter per and bazaar. The public is cordially the KUrot of MIm Lutie lltilry. prle promiies not only lo pay its owners in vited.'Ad mission 60 cts. at the door and eat Mim Jennie Hhoaddih, of MadUon, handsomely, but be of great value lo the what you want. Cnildien under 12 half ! riaitini at Mr It. K Harrow'. town. Superintendent Sine ian old man price. Cait. V. It. IIUTCIIiOH, of the C. 8, at the builness and know how to run it for u up to pee hiit mother Hcinday. Ir all the men and boys who carrv pisall it I worth. Mit xni Miw W. I). Htaoo, of the tols, drink whisky and make themselves Weel Kid, were vieitioie relative here )c- -t It ia sent out from New York that Dame nuisances generally could meet with such week. Faihion has decided that the bustle mut prompt and proper punishment as Emciett were go. Of course it must, everywhere the Traylor did at Lancaster, we would soon Iti:v. ani Miw F. 8. l'tu-rr- r the CtieUof Mr and Mr. V, U. Htney pretty wearer g'el but if the decree is in- have fewer disgraceful carousals. Accordtended to mean tbat it shall not be worn, ing to tbe Ai' be rode out of town firing lift week. MewIix. C. F Pamk and Cobb, we have $15 in our inaide pocket which his pistol as he went. Marshal Hamilton Jr., of MadUnn, are visiting their cousin, say It will not be obeyed. A woman with- followed him on a horse and rood had him Mi Lula McKinney. out a buatle now would look very much as back in town, where ha was fined $5 for -- Mb, and Miw NVili.ii Adamh, Jr, of a pecock doe without a tail pretly badly fast riding, $10 for shooting on the streets th rough yreteiday lo I thank you. Ml. Vernon, and $25 and 10 day in jail for cirrying viit hrr parent in upper Garrard. concealed weapons. Our marshal ought to A Laiuie barn belonging to Joeph Wil Mia P, W. Looan, of Kpoxrille, try this on some of the same sort of boy liman, a German, who lire on Green river, here. An-ni- r visiting rrlallvea here. She and MIm wsa destroyed by tire Thursday evening. ptid a vlait to Ixiuisvllle l.iai week. UARRIMOES. The building containe I a septrAtor and all A. J. Haydkn, of Lincoln county, ha Mi LVila Price, of Lancaster, ws of hit feed fur the winter. The fire waa no been in town several day al the bediide of doubt the work of an Incendiary and Mr. married in Trxarksn, Texas, December 7, Mr A Olbaon, who ia Terr ick hiaunl, Williman ia certain that he know who the to Mr. John Kiana Clark, of Marshall, Tex. Someraet Democrat. guilty parly is. There was no insurance Mr Clark is the son of Clark, We are glad lo heir that T. N Itob and theloa Nils hmrily 00 him, a he is a of Texas, and in his connection with tbe Verrrte, of HirbourTllle, our former Ml. Standard O Company is well known as poor and hard working man. non corretpindent, i convalescing after a one of the most reliable young business long elge with typhoid feTer. LAMTyear the houe of Dr. II. L Barmen of Marshall. Miss Leila wa a favor J T. McitaiiEitni, of titanford, ha ac ber near Science Hill waa blown up with ite here and wo all hate to give her up. cepted a position in the druK "'ore of hi dynamite by tbe regulators who wanted lo Lanca'ter News a bright, scare him from hi cour-- e of living in open brother, It K Melt ibrt. lie John Adkins snd Lulie Boyd, of Green Lancaster New. Capable rating; man adultery with a woman of the vicinity, county, eloped to Jeflersonville f r the pur Mskhkh Alice ani Annie Ktoakt, of when be had a wife of hi own. Inlere! pose of getting married, but on arriving Crab Orchard, were uuel of Mr. J (J. in the matter ha been revived by the doc there they found that tbe expenses of the Carpenter. Mr A. K (iiblon, of Dan- tor swearini; out warrant against William trip bad exhausted their last cent. Tbey ville, happened in ton at the ame lime. Finley, of O ilo, and Tbomaa Ffnnell, of were not lo be disappointed, however, for Georgetown, who he ha dlcovered were LOCAL AFFAIRS the girl gave the clerk her ring for the lithe ringleader in the blowing up. lUrber cense while the man secured the services of Salt at Albright A Co , Urodhead for ued lo live in tlii county and wn always a justice for a golu pin he had and they a lively man after the women. - pef barrel. were made one. The groom then started ticket The K G will cell round-triIn rushing down the gallery te of the out lo find a job, when, let us hope, he from Dec. -- 2 to -- () at one fate, good Opera llouce, Friday night, some coon ran struck a paving one snd that tbey are now until January 1!. Bumn-- t the partition of the ticket office and a happy a the revolution turtle doves. Tne oil at once You will ar cot by paving the account knocked down a lamp RELIGIOUS. firm of Penny A McAlisier if caught and in a second it wa blazing In the you owe the calling. The crowd rem lining in the hall It cost New York city about f250,-00- 0 you pay before Jan. 10 ruhed down pell mt-l- l and the cry of fire per year for the single item of church Tree mil re'Otinded far and near. O.ie of the actor TllEUE will be n UnrulUM music. fijpper at Cherry Oroye church, Kiwlnnd, started to jump out 0 the window and conThe Methodist Church re onSaturdnv night, l)c. '.'1 n sternation wa depicted in many counte- ports $1,04 t 7H5 il collected for missions in nance. Fortunately the manager did not the year ending November 1 JrixtE Vaksos's lj larlerly Court com loe hi head and with the assistance of Key, E. P Hutriphier, an old and dis menced yealerd'ar win 6'J cae on the Audi-rsoNtinnclley and nne or two other tinguishtd member of the Presbyterian only of which are contested, docket, 10 soon succeeded in motheririg the dimes church, died at the home of hi son. Judge Hum Coats, kuuj bmi, unm niioe. mim and allaving fears Alex. P Humphrey, in Liuisville, Friday, in ole, in ireat variety nt II. C Johnnan'ii The the popular vote of late hm been in hi 7S h year hoe 'iop, tie it ilojr 10 l.sTKHIOK JoUlt Tne meeting at McKtn Iree, the name souiHwhat din')urnging to the prohibition NALttBiie. i progressing isle, but the Court continue to drop them of the church nt Bright, Ci WEATIIKKKoilDlia with excellent results and will continue t e crumbs of comfur . The Court of Appeal boilcht Mitt J. drui; lore uf Mr CJ F. Peacock, ut IIih. on S.i turd iy nlfinneJ the decUion in the during the week. Itiv S. W. Peeples i tonville, and will run it at the nme und. cine of liiirnslde vs. Lincoln ounty, which conducting it nnd already some 1 person See notice, wa that the Uw prevailing here in pound have connected themselves with the col The next troupe billed lor a perfiirm-anc- e anil all right contitutionitlly and othur-wit- e. gregntion. This court hid time and again de LAND, STOCK AliOCROP. here i Pit MiilitauV Irlnh CiniHiiy and Specially Compmy, which will appear cided that local option is c n'tWulional, Took Hibble binghi of A. E Hundbut it had not previously siid lint the proDrceuilier 'JO. ley 13 cotton milks at $100. hibition of tin Jiale of liijuors of any kind Fahm i'ok Kent. 50 Here of good Und The Cieopaira LltO No 13 of the for any purpose whatever is cumituiional. for corn, near Walnut Fiat. L. M. Lis Krolliern of Flmdhip, ire arran-in- u The attorney will likely move United f.ir a new ley. for bi! 'Upner 11' the Ctlnred iiiplixt hearing, hut the ahance are that they will A.T, Nuniiellev sold 10 Cincinnati church on the till n and J7i . not get it parties a car IohiI of butcher cattle at 3 cts. bidder the I Wl I.I. ae' I in turf nights! Hauy UiUDLty. Tie lain which had and a i.f shoals ai 4 cents. namlsouie building lot of Win, Craig, on fllen all day began lo cooie down faster an A Nichols ciiimy firm ro'it in CinMain street, apposite, the Female College, the hour approaone for the rising of the cinnati last week 1,200 hi gsheads of tobacSaturday afternoon nt !! o'clock sharp, curtain on the Bindley Combination, until co at 21 cenls, receiving $315,000 lor the Dec. 24 h. JmIiii II. Craig. it wa almost a down pour, yet n piulty fair lot. 'Zid audience whs present to eojov the perThe Department of Agriculture rewill be doubln one. Ouh next two formance aud not one regretted that he had ports thai tne avenue price of corn now is Beiddei a large amount of reading matter, breasted the storm to do so. Miss Bindley 4Sj cents against 36 cenls last year at this it will contain bo me valuab'e hint as to is simply immense, her nute acting, singing lime, and (ii) cenls ut wheat, which is but a the cheapest place lo buy your Christmas and dancing taking the audience by storm small fraction nigher ihan then. Irix snd other suggestion that will save Otis Turner a Dr Knobb was also very The seven premium fat cattle which if you follow them. yon money tine in fact, it wa the best all around Joe Hail sold to ICratz sreigh 2,200 each Aonf.8 Jones cut EtnWr Marshall in show ever in Stanford. Miss Bindler is a J, E. Kern sold In Hanford Carpenter 21 Macksville Friday night. The wound i petite blonde, pretly of face and beautiful cnllnii mule for $1 S27 about $82 2o each. in tbe hand and the thumb is nearly sever- in fun re and liuib. and John Karri wa Me l so sold his crop u 8 acres ot tobacco ed from it. TrUl this morning. Bill Em-br- not the only old fellow thai pronounced to an agent of Leggeti & Myers of Ht, Lou-Is- , waa sent to ail 10 ('ays and fined $25 her the "prettiest thing I ever laid my eye al Hi cmis, to bs delivered as soon as he ycterJayJf ir cirrying come, ed weapons 00," Bourbon News. can gel it ready, m es M'ROJBERTS & STAGG, HAVE -- ".:.; a Stockholders Meeting. meeting of the stock holders ol the FlraL National Hank will I held at their banking taouto In B tan lord on tl.e.M TuwJay lu January, 1SS8, for thpurix)eof electing eleven Directors 10 serve the ensuing riar 3.d JOHN J. Mcll HEIIT8, Cashier. A OF- Og-leb- y, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Having iccurd the eervices of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work will be done with neatness and dispatch, fully insnred. Spectacles and Eye Olasses to suit the eye. -- Stockholders Meeting. . n.(ln nj iiiraTiiuui .U Ill a...l.lie a .1..1- in-- rarmeiB Va.ll. rail U. ... lues i;Kuuiuri - ucnKiiig uuun t.1.1 . i. j,u. win lur- uriu ai lutrir In ftunferdon tbe VJ TueMar lo Jinuarr. 1838, ...a; uijjb wireciurtj iu witc ui tho tntiilnc vu.p. rirciiuK J B. OWSLEY, Cashier. -A -- . am -- 1 a .. 28i-t- d ISTO. REPORT 2917. JNTES'W! OF THE CONDITION or THE National Bank of Hustonville. In the Htato of Kontuoky. at the close of Business, Dec. 7, 1887. FURNITURE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. Loans and discount KEBOUKCES. ,. ., 87,573 24 2,828 34 12.MX) OJ 6,7W 67 7,4'. 6 1,500 00 801 79 3,200 00 lilt S3 CIS 00 4,4'.'J 6) 1.910 00 Overdrafts C.S. Bonds tosecureC'lrculntlon Due from approved rewrve agents Due from other National Banks Ileal Estate, Kurnitureand fixtures Current expenses and taxes paid. Premiums paid .. Checks and other cash Items Hills of other Hanks le ., notes M ltedeinpllon fund with U. ti. Treasurer cent, of circulatiou) 1 642 50 J130,2C1 18 00 Total Capital Stock paid In Kurplus fuud Undivided profits National Bank notes outstanding Individual I)eMU sudject to check Due to other National Banka LIABILITIES. J50.O00 5,000 5.0JO 11,250 66,290 2,670 00 55 00 04 59 Will Rlwayn have on hand n large aud select line or Ftirul-(tirmid Undertaker' Goodt. My prices will tie hm low a Hiicli KoodH can be boiiKht In the eldest. Give me n trial and yon will be convinced that I Hell lower tban the lowest. e Total STATE OK KENTUCKY. County of Lincoln, ..130,261 18 ) f WEAREN & MENEFEE, I, J, W. Hocker, Cashier of tbe above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the strove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J. W. HOCK E It, Cashier. Butiscrlbnl and sworn to lfore tne this 12th day of IKx., 1SU7. (i. K. I'EACOCK, N. 1. L. C. Correct Attest; II. Ilaoiv.s. T, iwaRUAWORN, ) J. Directors. ) llOltl.NSO.W, 2TO. 1705. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Jee The Farmers National Bank In the Utate of Kentucky, at tho Close of ped - - buaineaa Dec. 7. 1887. KEUOURCES. 1 Loans and discounts 1 Overdrafts U. 0 Binds to secure circulation Other stocks, bonds and mortgages Due from approver reserve agents Due Iroin other National Bauks IUmI estate, furniture sud fixtures. Current expenses and taxes paid .. Premiums paid Bills of other Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels and crnls Specie Letfal 1323,418 4,306 60,o00 27,800 9,936 4,858 7,000 46 61 00 00 83 t 00 1,1.9 12 4,574 71 4,600 00 49 60 5,000 00 G.i.00 00 2,250 00 Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete than ever before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road - 1 tender note lledeiuption fund with U. Si. Treasurer (5 per centuf circulation) Total J450.9JI 01 All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our fine assortment before it is broken. J. H.GHEE, Al.. m Capital stock.pald In Surplus Fuud LIABILITIES. S2O0,000 79,000 6,698 45,000 112,093 4.214 3,918 00 00 95 00 58 88 CJ 01 WEAREN & MENEFEE. IIUMtouvllle, Ky. UndlvMed prottts National Bank Notes outstanding Individual deKislts subject to check Due toother National Bauks Due to State Banks and Bankers $- Total STATE OF KENTUCKY, - t450,9J4 1 p Count)- ol l.iuculii. J I, .Ino. II. ()rey, Cahir of thealmvc named Bank, do kuli'iulily ktatr that thu aUitu Mateinvnt is true, to tho l of my knowledge und Mlcf. J.NO. II. OWsLEY, Cashier. MitiKcrllK-- , SWAst We desire to (all IIAIIIIAIV n ii ii Yft.li to our fresh and riAilQ 4L "w &w otind, wo will show you th tout attention ol Ieo , 1N7. Correal attest: and sworn lo .. . .M. mc this 12th day blllU U r, N. P. L. C, V Ut every description, which we keep constantly on band, and ask you to come and examine It aa well ai J. J. WllXUHi, A, IV. CiKI'KNTKn,) S. II. mu.nks, J Direitors. Complete Line of Groceries Oni' 8tock of XXaiiclwa,i"e9 Which no retail bouse can compete with, While you jCTO. 2788. REPORT OF THE CONDITION' OF THE Oliver Chilled and Imperial llows, We are agenta (or, the best in the market; alto the FIKST NATIONAL BANK OF .T,V.F,01tI. At btnnford. in tho Htnto or Kentucky, nt Closo of Uustness, Doc 7, 1887. 11 E S O Loans and Discount IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOK, Something new and novel and the finest thing of the kind In use. In our lino ot Heating and Cook Bloves, we can please the most fastidious tp loth price and make, and esxcljlly In Healing btovpa, so we wish to show yen something excel lent. Ol 2 "rse w- - keep I.lioe, Ceiuent, bait, Ac, and In fact there is Marcvly anything we havn't gut that Is anything near out line. Come In when you are in Very truly, town and we shall be delighted to make It jiloaaant I ir yon U It CKS. !3I1,C5I J.lOtJlfcEUl.X & JaHCJLlwJULJL'. 2J 10 00 00 57 41 Oaerdrufis U.S. Bonds to hoiuretlrculatloii Other stoiks, Imids, and mortgages Due trom approved reserve agents Due from other National Banks Due fioin State Banks and Bankers Ileal Iilate, furniture nnd llxturei I'lirrcut evfeiisos and taxes paid l'remlunis paid Chccka aud other tah Items Bills of oilier Banks vr currency, ulekels and Fractional cents Specie l tender notes KiHleuiptiou lund wltn U. S. Treasurer (5 per tent, uf (liculatlou) ifiH 50,000 47,200 13.9J9 8,814 A 9 -- S.UiK) 00 2,470 4S 9,000 00 747 1G ll IN fe4Mrlw rSfo Iff l)KAt.U PBLARMACJIST, - 0)1 CO 21 U'J 00 8 949 00 I.T-'- Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. PhTslclant prescriptions acvurately couioundd, Also '.',25u 00 car-loa- Total Capital SKK'k hiid in Siirplua Fund Undlvidwl prolils National Bank Nulesuulstaudittg Iudialdual Deposits subject lu cheek I4 toother National Banks Du lu .statu Banks aud Bankers Notes ami bills re dl.eoiiuud ..S50..".0J 00 LIABILITIES. J2SO.000 11,000 11,303 45,000 153,353 3,817 901 26,900 JEWELER. The Largest Kver 1 1 a 1 as jiW'rV v iiasstc tViU. . . 1 00 10 31 00 10 Btook of Watohos, (Hooka, Ta 4tft U fa,awv a a uowrjiiv jauu oiivojnuin tOGr! Tyxr s ' izWV.A-V- i II s tit 12 bought to this market Prices l.owor than vXTA nalred on short iiotlpo and Warraniwl H?&&ZlJjZWlMf, rJweKtKLv&l. OF ty m iJT "l .V?i C5jS2&SIBSffi8ZGw'.)iw v jfJru6'-Eti- ffltfxe aaaVaaaaar 80 K. S. Total STATE OF KENTUtKV. County ol Lincoln, 1, J5U2,S09 t.0 I I m ii y This ia to notifv tho public that we will not er Jito. J. Jicltoberts, Ciishler ol above named tho uIkivu mit any hunting or any uther tiespntslng on our swear that hank do solemnly talemeltl Is true lo the Inst ol my knunledgo and farms, but we will puulsh any person orjersons , J.NO. J. ilcKUHKtU.-)- Cashier. Mlel. ao trespassing to tbe full exleutol the law. SuIim rilxsl and sworn lo K'loreuiu this 12th day Nov. i, ih87. .i.t.Jius W. M. Bltlt.il I'.N. '. L. C. ol Oct, 1887. V. Jl. .sfOO.AJIOltE. Cokkkot ATrK.sr. Posted. HAITI. JMO. 51. rKRKlKj. Bhodhkii), Ky., May, 1687. Albright A Martin beg to Inform their many friends and customers ol i he change in firm nam. i'crr,;. J. S. HolKKK, V. D. W, V.sJ0hVKK8, n. ti.n, ) J Dliectors. A.Jt.FEI.AXi), J. Ml. 3IILI.RU, IliltLIAJl HECK. .MAKTIN fc The new firm Iioims not only to sustain the rep. utaliou oftheold, Lu' intend to nuke many Improvements In the inmmf.ictorp ot tobacco whim will Im io the Interest ol our ustoiuers. We wiu devotuaee al ivUentluu to our Natural Leufbr.tmli of Kenliirkt'i Ixsi Imf ThHiiktug you for pam favors and asking lor a continuation of your tradi , we remain, IUspciiiiJy aour, .UAItTt.y A' lKItII.N. I'KHHIS.t. m rtl-- : Y naI Comes From. Jet is the coQiDiooeU substance in for pergonal ornaments, and yet not one out of 1,000 persons knows where it com.es from or what it is composed of. The English jet, which is the moit popular, fs dug on the coast of Yorkshire, near Whitby and Scar- Were tef ue A II m j r:v I: ! (1 ! The 15great American inventions of world 1. The cotton gin. 2 The planting-michin3. Ths grass mow er and reaper. 4. The rotary printing press. Navigation by steam. 6. Hot-ai- r engine. 7. The sewing machine. S. The India rubber industry. 9. The machine manufacture of hor'e shoes. 10 The sand blast for carving 11 The gauge lathe 12 to the Scratch. How She Brought Him J The grain elevator. 13 Artificial ice mak They had been engaged only fifteen in;, on a large scale, 14 The electric magyear, but it seemed a long time to her, net and its practical applictUon, and 15, and she was growing wrestle. the telephone. "Darling," she said, in gentlest accents, If the gentlemen who tarred and feather"our betrothal has been sweet, has it not?" ed us last last Saturday night will kindly "It has, it has, indeed, my own." "But it has been very long, don't you return our clothes they will confer a last ing favor. We are still wearing the feath think." "Ye, it has been preUy mlddlin' lone," era and while, owing to the the thorough work, they are "I wa thinking, dearest," she continued, ness of our leHow-cifzplaying with his watch chain, and casting quite comfortable for bousewear, still the down her eyes, "that our betrothal is near gentlemen who have come out with a fal ly old enough now to go out and work for feather suit are so few that our appearance its living. Couldn't we have it learn a on the street in the cotume would be sure trade, or get a clerkship, or put it out at to cause remarks. rGrub Stake (Texas) interest, or do something with it so that we Prospector. Comptroller Tranholm'a Itoport. might realize something on it? It has been Washwoto.v, Deo. 5. The annual report hanging about home so long, burning gas of the Comptroller of Currency Trvnholtn, n. and coal, and now it ia nearly a partial summary of which has been pubIt seems like a shame to have it doing lished, includes a summary of suggestion received by the comptroller from all part nothing eo long." of the country respecting a new bails for "Bat, my love" National bank circulation. Over forty "And just think," she interrupted, "in plans have been proposed, and those are re six years more it will have a vote. I don't duced to five propositions: Pint To do away with tho note issuing caro so much about myself (raiting her function of the banks. eye), but pa and ma are kicking like n Second To increase the inducement! for steer. What would you suggest?" the banks to deposit United State bonds as a basis of National hank circulation. "We might get married," Third To provide by a now issue of "That's so. I never thought of that." bonds, for a continuance of the present, or They are going to marry at Chriatmaa. of sale modified system of National bank circulation bawd on United States bonds. Texas Sittings. Fourth To substitute some other security Millions ok Stock Take all the bogs for United States bonds debited in the raised in Kansas and put them five to a treasury as a basis for National batik circulation. rod so as not to squeeze them along the Fifth To allow the banks to Issue circuState line with their snouts outward, and lation upon their genural credit, without they will present a front of polk around the requiring specitlo surety to be dopontod. The comptroller, an elaborate discusentire State. S.art the sheep three abreast sion of the second, after and Jlfth flu ally third fioa. the base line of the survey along the reacbes this conclusion: "It would appear that no substitute yet sixth principal meridian, and let them folpropomxl for the present catcs of National low four to a rod, and the first will be bank circulation is sullloiently free from obbleating in the Indian Territory while the jection to be adopted. The four per cent, last are still wuUking their tails iu Nebraa bonis will not nmturo for twenty years, and apart ka. Let the hordes and mules go singl-fil- e, onough from other consl leratlous, thero is in this fact to justify caution and a thousand to a mile, and they will delay in making any radical change in the reach from Kans is City along the Kansts basis of circulation. In that time, no doubt, somothlug acceptable will lm devisoJ, but at & Pacfic railroad to Dinver and the tnout present all that booms practicable is to modtains up Cedar Creek. -- St. Mary Star ify the existing law so as to obviate its Inn tlrst stop toward this To call the death penalty barbarous, cr conveniences and as safe f end it both and wise to to speak o' it as a vengeance, is contraty the minimum amount of bonds to bo kept to the fact. Vengeance is barbarour; but on deposit." hero ia no vengeance, nothing but love and Estimate "f Appropriations. Washington", Dec. ). The secretary of care for the community. It is true that we the treasury transmitted to congress tho care lees for the assassins than for the estimates of appropriations required for the inciwhole community and therefore it is fiscal year eliding June Si l, lM'J. The total dental and necessary that tin a.sisssinn do amount etlumt.d as require 1 for all expenses of the government is ?;i'Jl,5rO,7U:i, to prove our love and care lot the commuwhich is $I,31J,W9 more than the sum called for in the estimates submitted last year, and nity. This is the theory of all penal leg lt5.S'J9.-4(more than tha affrpL'iit of mi. lalation, without which government can j propriations for tho present fiscal year. Independent. not exist. The estimates for lsb'J are inado up of following items: Legislative, ?y,'J7y,nj; J.i,:eJ4d. In some places in Cnina debtors who two executive, JS,8.vj,,, Juiiclal, Uii.'iOO; "Unhappily tho casualties to clerks In of their creditors foreign intercourse, $l,'Jl7,8ttt; military, unable to meet the claims tholr perilous service were more numerous naval, f.'J.SH.Oo'J; Indian and distressing. Five wore killed by acciaie punished with the loss of sight. In the atralrs, pensions, $70,3:2, J0O; dents while on duty, forty-fiv- e were sericaee which came under Dr. Morrison's ob public works, f.'W.OSl.tbl; postal service, ously and sovonty-twslightly injure 1. eervation it was the debtor's son who was M,4'JJ,-t09J3rt,0H7,80tJ; miscellaneous, perFifty wore disabled to such extent that their the victim of the diabolical custom, lie manent annual appropriation, (113,0)0,71)3. places were filled for a time by acting clerics at the department's cost. In this connection was tied hands and feet and deprived wholI.ntters. Wasimkuto.v, Dec. 6. Tha superintend- I again urge the suggestions iu my report ly of the eight of one eye, while that of the ent of the dead letter ofllce xtlllM de- for lfiM, that some provisions In) made for Other would have been lost but for timely partment has prepared a circular letter, thoso kervantri of tho government who are surgical aid. The offense was that the poor which will be sent to all postmasters, direct- seriously maimed or permanently disabled a service which puts thorn to such risks ot fellow's father owed the remorseless shy ing the strict enforcement of Section G!M of iu and limb. If the promise wore hoeful, life the postal laws aud regulation This seclock forty taels, or about $50. tion makes It imperative ujioii postmasters tho argumout might be well enlargod upon. Tho man who khall bring this deserving to advertise Tho Kentucky invention for keeping script list of In a nowspatwror post a manu- subject so effectively to the favor of lettors. It also as to Kecure tho enactment of suitable on has no doubt had much to do "requires tho charge and collection of one with the great increase in the number of cent in nil cases whore a letter has been legislation will earn for his ImuovoIoiico and service tho grateful homage of a faithful marriages this fall. The certainty that the published, whether the list has boen pub' body of public servants and a monument iu Untied in a newspaper, either gratuitously comforts cannot be kicked ofl on a old or at one cent for each letter or a less sum, the hearts of all right fueling .0ilo. "Tho postoilliw cars in tho service of the winter night by either partner in the or whether tho publication was merely by department number I3!, of which but 3IJ concern has unquestionably had a written list posted iu homo public place." are In ordinary us", and DO are In roservo In all cases the its influence upon cautious marriageiblts cancel a one cent jtostiiiaUyr must utlix and on iliupreut lines tor contingencies. It is postage duo stamp as evipersons. Miny cases of cold, which iu some dence of its delivery, ill postotllees other with.u bounds to ulllnii that all thenj might Ik) p.in'hasnlor their duplicates States are conHtdered grounds for divorce, than thoso of tho freo delivery class tho for ?1,iVW,00J; add for o.eaniiig, postage due stamp should not bo alllxod un- etc., are often brought about by the displacent i'M Mr your euci, for Mi iu use, til the delivery of tha lotter. This clause of but ment of bed cover. of the pottul laws has not heretofore been i:,U'i,l), the total is reached l,0i0..'ia Yet simply for tli't use of theno strictly enforced. is estimate 'The types," observes a Southern Illi- jtostal revenues willItbo iucrooso I 1 that tho cars for the last year, including cleaning, largely by etc, the di pnrtmeut was under nois paper apologetically, ''made us allude tho strict enforcement of this law. tle annual rate of charge by the existing system of townsman, Mr. week to our list 1 tho HIocUliiK the AmtrcliUtK. $ I, S" i,; fjNj, hii estimate (loomed nocos-turRolhemue, as a 'vi liinous lounger.' We Washington, Dec. 0. Senator rainier, of to unbuilt iu prudent provision for tho ' The error was Michigan, will introduce at tho Unit opporo.:. ing lUcal year, on the same bn.ls, is wrote 'versatile lawyer In illustration, ?3'.l,o:J7.7. is ant2,0uU,u.M. by our proof reader, a gentleman tunity a bill to restrict immigration into the United States. The bill will maku It nece-barnually paid on one Hue for tho use of four recently from Texas, who assures us, in exfor immigrants to secure certificates cars that might bo built and fully equipd tenuation of the oversight, that the two from the Uuitod States consul of the district In tho best modem style for less than Aud this In addition to tho full weight terms mean pretty much the same thing from which they come as to their goo.1 char-actoThe intention U to prevent an influx pay for transportation, amounting in tho GVtcago Tribune from " where came of Nihilists, Anarchists, Socialists, eta, caso mentioned to .V)i,S7Mi'J. Instead, which seems imminent from AnarchUU' then, of appropriating $ J, 0)0,000 to rent the old time sherry cobbler straw is threats The that their great coup will be made use of those cars for the coming year, why doomed, and its place is to be taken by a during the elections no'xt fall should not tho appropriation be ot a smaller sum to buy them, and of another, say straw made of paper. The straw is con Why Whitney's lUport Wa Lata. for their keeping, the two together not Wahhinoton, Doc. a The recent illness etructed of a narrow atrip of paper, wound "BKrogatlng tha propose I renti The deuimey provencoa itie coinwrapped aooiu a pencil, me u& wt(Br as thonch partment will thereafter gain at least 11,500,-00Pl9t,0,n of hU ounual per year edgea just lapping. The paper is secured Cong,,, it will be ready for dU- - casualties." while sustaining the cost of tribution in a day or two, with a preparation of gum wide adoption are. e. full-growIH-- 0, n apiH-iir.-$25,09-.,,574; o bed-cover- s niit-rimon- hl ' to-da-y eit-fme- d y over-lockey 0. r. 250,-00- borough. The trade from Whitby dates back to the latter part of the sixteenth century, and jet is known to have been ued for ornaments by the early Britons and tbeir Komso conquerors. The price of the raw material is (rum ten to eighteen soil lingua pound. It is worked altogether by hand. Pieces are sawed to the proper thi. and then the pattern is scratched upon the instrument. Then jet with a sharp-pointe-d the workman taken a knife and conmencss to whittle the jet just as you might a stick of wood, the material working easily. With this knife, and with cm ill chisels, he works out the pattern, alter which the piece is taken to a grindstone, and the rough parts wheels do are ground ofl. the polishing, except where there are deep incisions in the ornament, in which case boys Brush the polishing with thin strips of list. Brilliancy i given to the ornament by sprinkling on a little rouee and polishJet was once ing lightly with a rubber. used almost entirely in the way of pins, bracelets, etc., but now the larger part of the output is made up into dress trim i mings. St. Louis Republican. Swift-whirling The Salvation Army "is a religious band claiming to be converted men and women, Who are organited in somewhat military fashion; their purpose being to make all men listen to the claims which God has upon their time and service, and compel them to yield Him Hie due, The Army was originated in London, Eagland, in the year 1SG5, by the Kav. Wui Bjoth, its present general in chief. Mr. Rtoth was brought up in the Cmrch of EmUntl, converted aoinng the Methodists and afterward a traveling preaoher among them and labored as such till 1861, when be gave himself up to tho evangelistic work. In lSt55 Mr. Bioth was led to the east of Lon don, where the ignorance and vice were appilling, and her he gave himself to the work of making thesa people know of God and oalvatioa The Stlvation Army is the result. Tne present nave was adopted when, after 11 years of deliverance to captive sinners, it was found that it was virtually an army of salvation. It has made greater progress than any other religious movement since the Lutheran reformation. It numbers 500 corps in Grest Britain and Ireland and reaches millions of penplo by its out door marches and meeting'." e nearly $4,M0,OuO, attaining a height never reached before, despite tho restrictive operation of various reductions In the rates of postage. LT)on the other hand, tin study of economy has not been without etfoct in re straining the necessarily rising scale of expenditure, so that the Increase of cash disbursements has but little ovortnppl WAsntNOTOtf, Deo. a Tho following extracts are from the P. M. Genral's report: "The expectation of growth and improvement in the affairs of tho postal service. Indulged In previous reports, has boon realized during tho past year. In part arising from an extension of the limits of mailable matter of the fourth class, ordored to meet the requirements of trails, and from tho receipts of the special delivery service, but chintly from tho greater employment of all postal facilities consequent upon the rising business prosperity of the country, faithfully iu the postal service, the rovnuuoe liave gained upon the preceding year by Postmaster General's Keport. JACKSON HOUSE, LONDON, KY. F .B. RILEY, Proprlotor. mill reiiwomthlo price. tnliinitre met by polite Thoroughly ltrnnvntril nnil Ilrfur. iiUIiihI throughout. l'lrf.t-liiMfare 11 1 fill POWDER Absolutely Pure. pop it r lloutt', Iity nnil nlglit I'lirtrrnor IIiIpi 207-Gt- u, DR. W. B. PENNY, tnnt'orit, DKNTIST, - - ICuntuolcy I RADFIELDS FEMALE reixULATUII a specific roR M5-CL&t$i- Woman's Diseases inlnful rofusa) s SUCH A upprssseil rnnty and regular ''Thus the deficiency charged upon the general treasury, which two years since was a round seven millions and a year ago but about sovonty thousand lata, has boen rewhile the fair duced almost svrgury from our present circumstances gives hope that during the current year It will nearly if not entirely disappear. It there shall remain at the year's end any exThtst powder nevrrTtrlM. A marvel olpurlly, cess of cash oxiiendlture above roceipU, it itreiis'lh suit whoteeomeness. 'More eronoinlrsi cannot but le much less than the postages than toe onllusrj klad, srnl ran not ba sole the multitude of test .short upon the mall matter of the government competlton with nhosphst powders.low KoMonly weight alum or la itself, estimated to be at least two millions cans, BotalDakiho 1'oitdki C, IOC. W nil Mtnvl New York annually, and reasonably ita debt to the postal service. It may, therefore, be fairly fflrmod that from the tioginniug of the current fiscal year the postal sorvlco has HIMMKOX DENTIST, again become substantially STANrORU, Kk.htickv. and the prediction Iks ventured that if the revenues bo not further crippled, aud only Office south side Msln, two doors above depot st a similar ratio of increasing expenditure ha held, tho next fiscal year will yield a surplus, which should, under the samo conditions, annuallv incroase. "The total number of postotllct of all MT VEHNON, KY. classes on tho 1st day of July, 1VS7, stool nt This old nJ Hotel Is stilt mala &'i,1.57, besides which there were also (113 branch offices or stations. Of tho branch Ulnlng Its tine reputation. Charges reasonable o.Kcos, all auxiliary to the postotllces in the Hperlal attention to tbe traveling public. larger cities, 4V are stations for the sale of aim. m i irfj4. iiu i, Mt. ernon, Kr stamps and stamped papnr only, maintained 41 others are also registration at small cost, offioos, J5 more are both registry and money ! order stations beside; and 7'J more are car. rier stations in addition, except that six of them do no money order business. The carCentral Hotel, JSTllliamsburg, Ky. rier stations are generally postotllces in all Is Tbts desirable piece ot property but name, having a superintendent, rented and willHotelsold a very and on u; terms, If sold at be cheap apartments, and suitable allowances. once. For particulars call at Hotel or on (I 11. Harris, Kr., or "To bring the general figure up to a 703 W. Wllltiiuthuri;,Louisville, N. A, Ulihsrdton, .'Sl-lKy. Chtatnut St., more recent date, the whole number of postotllces on the 1st day of October hail become 63,4.14, of which '.'.iWl were salaried or presiC. W. METCALF, JR., dential oltlcos, distributed in clases and M,. O.VI were fourth class. Iixsides these were Allot ucr at Jmw hiiiI Ileal Km- tiV3 branch offices or stations, an incrnise of late AKent, 1'.' for tho sale of stamps only. Of the whole, 6,039 were money order oflloes aild 110 ICY. money onler stations. "Of its money order service, Mr. Vilas Will practice In any court In Eastern Kentucky. says: "The money order service continued Kxsmlnallona ot land titles msde a specialty. Any slsetrselsof lltuteer, cost, timber and mineral to increase in volume during the past year, lands for sale. Information furnished on any the amount iu the aggregate of domestio point and correspondence sollcltnl. (241-tordors Issued reaching tU7,4!2,tG0.b9, and of international ordors J(iK35l&3i.31;.i.'J per centum of increase over the preceding year C. JOHNSON, In domestio orders, and ilhtl percent, in foreigu. The aggregate of postal notes Is. THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, sud was ll,7tV5,S21.M, and Increase of but jO,SU.7i). The reduction of tho fee from Is now prepared with a good stock and an addi3 to 5 cents for domestio money orders not tions! workman to do any kind of work In his line exceeding t', pursuant to the recommendapromptly and in tbe beat manner. UIts aim trial, boop on Lanraiier street. tion of two years ago, has operated to OT.) the use of this service to the remitters of small sums in a noticeable degree. TRAINING The average amount of each ordor ituod last year was but lli?J as against an aver- I, the underslirned, bare In Dinrllle, Ky , a ago of i It in anil larger sums in previous years. This is also tiidlr-ate- J by neat Training titable, and am prepared to brmk and train hordes either to iidllnor trot, and say the increase of ln 37 per cent, in tho numto tbe x.opie of Lincoln and adjoining counties If ber of ordors issued, and by tho small inyou bare a horse that yon w.nt broke, trained or crease in the ui of postal totes. In llko sold, and will bring it te me, I will guarantee sat do you manner, tho reduction of tho fro for foreign islactlon, willyou my best with your slock a lion to want sold, tiring orders operated an enlargod luo of them, bare tbe stcoud beat market Iu theItritate.me, as we bare per cent, in number. amounting to 2s.i tf s.t.mt:t, jtmx.sox. Complaints of improper payments of money forty-seveorders numbered only for tho LOUIS SlMIIsEtiEIi, year, or ono to euch 1U4,4.V.I orders paliL Of these a portion was recovered, othurs were shown to have leon correcSy paid, and but a more trifle, by comparison, resulted in HICIDIOM). KKMfCKV. loss to jiostmasters or tho government. " On th:s subject the report ays: "Tho Photographs in all styles and sizos. railway mail service, its extout, increase, changeH, ojioratlons and conditions, pre- Pictures in India Ink Crayon and sented In tho report of tho general superinWater Colors. tendent, shows that at tho cl.o of the fiscal New dedans In Frames so I Mils Jat Tory Io year there were U13 linos of railway postti0l-lotllces, an increase of I J, extending over Prices. llii.tVJ. Vi miles of railroad, an increase of i.Wil-- i tho clerks In tho oervice iitunberul Florence Washing Machine. 1,8.")!, an Increase of '.'7S; the total daily distance run by clerks was '3.),0S M miles, an I hare sll tbe increase of 7,213 3 Tho entiro miles of Washing bought the right to prepared toFlorence Machine and am uow wrvice performed by clerks In crews was all who may wish to bito their clotnes fro--furnish i tbo 107,007,143, a gam of i, 143,733 over the preubblng and tearing incident to the old prnceaaof ceding year. These dorks handled 1,H3I,. washing, Take one and try It and be ionrlnce.1. about buying unless you are I'll i;',SiS pieces of ordinary mall matter; fullynot worry you its merits. satisfied as to 6U6, 109,400 inoro hian In the previous year. The undersigned, baring purchased the Florence In railroad transportation there was an adWaiblug Machine, an.lal'rra thorough trial, we its ditional employment of 7,0 16 miles of newly tako pleasure In adding our ttwtlNiony as to sue a worth, and without hesitation built roads, tho Increased coot of which, not cess In every particular, doing pronounceIs Itclaimed all tlul yot entirely adjusted, Is estimated to be for It; throe-sevonth- s, OQve on Lsncsster street, next door to Ihtb-ho- b Journal offlcs. Office hours from 8 to 12 a. u.snd 1 to 8 p. m, AnostbsttcsKdtalulitered wbsn necessary. IIM-Irr.- 1 OIJTHLT or SICKNESS. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., KKXTl'CKY. T Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster.. . STAM-OHD- If taken dnrlrc tbe CHANOK OF UFK. creat snflrrtnc and tlani-r-r will bcaTolilnl p1r"Snd for book. ".Mine au to Womsn," niallM free. llHAiirtsu Uiuulatoh Co., Atlanta, Oa. , KENTUCKY OmITI A OI.VCI.V.VATI sr Wells Drilled to Older snj pumps furmlihed JU-- t t at factory prices. uJIluuUrHiM IIiulo.M Sborteat and Quiokest Ronto from Oen tral Kontuoky to all Points North, East, West nnd Southwest. Fast Line lletwcon ...... n WOOD WALLACE, Surcenors to Wallace A Cochran, 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., I.KXI.NCJTO.V NEWXOMK JIOTJKI, .iir For Male or Jeasc tS-t- m THE GENTS' FURNISHER ami A;t:.vr.H roil thi: IIIAAIOLIN IiAUMHtY. ! csj Tbrough tickets and bsiicaxe checked to any ueiuiiaiiun reacne.i uy i raiiroao. tun particulars, call on any sent of lb id pan lMlM01l.SK. II K ,or (len.l'au. lNircIiuMliiK Agvucy MISS SALLIE HARRISON, Agent, CoTlnglun. Ky V. A.KKEt.KV. IIINTINOTON, llwlter. Ueneral Ottilia, (oTlnlon,Ky Trar. Vu, Atent, Islington, It hormerlyot Htauionl, has oxnol a l'urchsilni Asency In Cincinnati, sn.l all orders to ber at 12? est 8th street, will rrcrlse personal aud prompt attention. .She will make a specialty of Ureas Uoods, but will recelfe outers fur Furniture, Carpets snd In fact ererythtnit ono ruuld wish Tbe patronage of the ladles of Ibis section eeclally 2l-l- f sollclte II "CiJ01"""1" ! "twlST CHICAtO ii Rl .)- - A NEW FAST MAIL LKAVI.fU IIOTH l) tamdally openlnt an elsut line of .Spring and bummer Millinery, Including all LriSVILLF A CI.VCIXXATI Dally, secures to tratelcrs The Latest Novelties of the Season. Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars and Culls, Kucbln-- , Corsvts, Hustles, etc. You will Dnd me at the rooms lately t seated by Bull-l- T .1 Warreu, neat dour to tbe Myers House. lM-H- THE MOST fiJIPIB SERVJCE Krer attempted between tbe treat commercial the Ohio litter aud and henr tha fastest time and most couifnriable trains be. tween all iwlnta In the Nonf i. or to tha H'rmt aud Aorfiirrif. The ruunterpart of this train on all trunk lines Is deoomlnatr-- l 77ir Htnlt-f- t we emKxtrrnn. The superb rolling ploy Kite pstrons I'nllmttril Comfort. sr"At all Coupon Ticket OiQcm in tbe touth you will Bnd our lime table and tickets, fay Jin-Hoget Motion and stick to JVohom, If you want to sat money and bate a pleasant Journey. K O. MrOOKMICK, (leneral 1'aseenger Agent, Chicago. 117 nciei Aiienia anoiimceri .. A. Hlttsss. 217 Ith Ati... I'.I..I!U M ToaaaMK, IU Vine sL, tlnclnnall. O KATK UVnOKIl.lll. fifrl(, rlt-lea- E. H. FOX, f) IMIOTOtt It APHER, DANVILLE. KY. Has remoTed to his elesnt now building oppo-- tt the poaliLlert snd Is better tbsn ever preptr-- 1 to accommodate tbe public wiib fine pictures from l'bolotfraphi to life sis. Satisfaction guar-tee- li-- H. k-- Livery, Training, AND Feed, ! STABLE! SALE STABLE Ittl-Sn- i. Having rented the stable ou Dejot street, t am prrpaii.l to train and liriMk harass on reasonable terms. County Court dsy trade solicited JOII. It. V.l Itl'EXTIUl, atanlotd, Ky .L.&N. Louisville & -- A Nashville R. R. - TIIK URKAT- WILLIS HOUSE, JIU.N TlIitOlKJHTUUNIi LINE TO 1111 J. B. "WILLIS, Pi'opriotor. SO UT11 & AV KST Tabfo i.Fura And clean ar.d will furnished rooms, thi lloisl hat no suN.rl..r, Oool sample rooms attached si , IIICIIMOMI Kl gl Vltll crlUtea 1,1 tKr day Pullman Palace Sleepers. LiiiiIhi tilt; (o .VhhIm 2Ul-l- y Atlanla, CHICKEN illo, .llcnipliln, y MiilKni(r3'l I.IIIU' Kock. Mnlille mitt .u OrU'iuiM. Italy nne chinge to p Cholera Cure ! dnts In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on Ihe line of this ros will receln special rates Agents of thi Company for rates, routes or write Ac,, 1 trsf C. P. ArXlMltK. 1 Louisville, P..IT.A., Ky Win Daugherty, J. W. Wallsco, Dr. Mrs. 4. I' Halter, A. C Mine, Hill 1'ersJns lwls Dudderar, J. B. Lynn, L L Dawson, C Vannoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, (leorge 1'eyton, Alex Holtz-laC C. Fleldi, Albtrt I'luilen, Sim lUlues, it. K. Harrow, A. M. Feland and manr others. In Thousands Newport Xcus A: MIksIohIiiiiI Vallor Co. Headquarters at d. b. Myers' store. Ji. F EI.KIK, CHESAPEAKE & of dollars worth of Chol- OHIO ! Piillniuu Curt and Nolltl TraliiH chirkens die every year from era. It is more fatal to chit kens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A soccnts bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. rorsite by Mclloberts A Htsgg, (pc) To Washington, niohraond Old Point Comfort EAST and To Louisvillo and Cinoinnati, Connections West.North-WestvSouth-We- WEST st con-gro- ss Ixdisvii.LK, Kr. direct for all points In tbo .MKV.S Fine Furhishhigs, Undorwcar, IS KHKKtT MOV 13, '87. No. 1 Dally. 7 00 IU SA Fx K5.r lially fillO. SO Ilosiory, Glovos, Htanfonl. J.ve Ixiulsvllln Fino Custom Shirts, MY SPECIALTY, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY, E. H. BURNSIDE, - Ithand Main. Propr To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: 1.1 """' " ii Hcvlng recently equipped u'.tlno Itoller Mill AMD .Stsnlonl trat wo dofy auy Mill to equal inquallty of flour, we think the citizens ot Determined thut 35 p m; arrlTo ilt. Hterllnjr ni; tbo county should hare county pride enough to IV'h wish to Inpatronlzo and sustain the same llSpnijOllTelllll'JiiOiiui Shall be Second to no Country .. . K .l.llM lAJ.. r.fr.-.- 1tr form whom it may concern thst we are In the Fare, Hotel in the State in Charleson IS 30 p mj arrive Ash'and 5 10 n ra; uarket to buy your wheat and corn and will alnii ways giro tho highest market price (or same. We Appointment!, or Attenr are added some new machinery to our corn meal No, O, Jally, leave Ashlaml 7 10 a m: arrive at tion to Comfort of department and can uow make meal to suit any Cur ston II jamj Clifton I'orgo730om Qneita person. It cannot be equaled by any other Mill in I'ullman Sleeping Carson all tbrough trains. Old Dominion Steamships leave Norfolk on Mon- We solli.it a trial in our flour and this vicinity meal department. All having grain In our line OmbTM will be eoaveyed to and from the di w.e,lnl''ir. Thursday and Saturp. tf. for New York day tor sale will please call at Mill, where our agont rrse or enarge. npenai aeeoramoaatioas can be found at alt times, who will give the best r.T1,kt.KK. Information, etc., apply at to Commercial Travslsrs. Ths Bar will prlcia lor same. Biatdaid ship stuff always In always sapplled with tbt ekoleast stock. W. C. WaCKHAM, W. X. 1'OTTH. Siip't, W II. Qen'lrULLKK. braads of Llqsors aad Clears. Ul-t- f aunlord Holler Mill Co. sieceivsr. I'aaa'r Agt. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, it iti thetowuot Iti Proprietor it their ADDITIONAL TltAINH.-N- o. 11, .lalloy ox. cept Hun.lsy, leavn Ollvn Hill a itigter-- 1 ng 7 00 a in: arr to Uxlnton 8 .15 a m; arrive ut Cincinnati tIs Winchester 11 3J a in. 12i Jl,l,jr.MC.,CiHun,u'',"T" Cincinnati ., 00 ft in It a to " Wliltn Milphur Mnrlrii; .. 10 " CliarliittsvllletV it Jurat) A 10 p in t 5 40 a in a in ' ltlchinmiil J (HI p m s 60 p in " NewiKirl News 10 h iu fi 35 p in " (Mil I'uliil Ciniifnrt 00 H in 7 00 p m "Norfolk 11 7 10 p in " Washington a to p in 8 IN i m " ... " HHltliiiiire 11 in l vu ' Phllail.l.hl a M k u. 8 CO i m il 20 a in Niiwiork C0 a iu Islington Division Trains run dy Central tfnio ...mil i.iiio iriuuram ill Illlllllllgioil rilU hy l.ast em time, winch Is ono hour faster than Centra uiur. . 1 1 Arr Ix'iinginii p .n 6 so a in ,. 7?r' ti v?V. .flK.sssrA.An,,.