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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887121601 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. V Stmt 0 WuUlw mktwt Iumfiml VOL. XVI. GEORGE O. BARNES STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1887. class-room- NO. 290. MT, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. this was not the LOHD'ri plan, but a grad- tnitorlea and It is a stately ual recovery froui the work of a destroyer, edifice of dark red brick, with a sonorouB A telegraph office has been opened at his sermon would bsve been, in my judg- clock In its imposing tower and grounds Lily, Laurel county. QOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE ment, far more impressive than it already and building in perfect keeping. The girls Everything quiet on Brush Creek at was. This (a the real crucial test between come from the various counties by a strict this writing, but don't know how long it the true and false "development" theory. rule of proportion, regulated according to will remain so, Facts are agreed upon by both aides. It is a census of the eligible female children. I There are eight distinct families named only where explanation begins that diver wonder that such institutions are not scat. Adams living in 1887. , Dec. Coi.UMUUfl, Ml88 this county neither being As the crow lite, we gence take its start. To say that the slow tered, broadcast, over every State in the related to the other. Dkaix Intehioii. Union, are but little more than 20 mile from Aber- processes of righting wrong are the everAdam Catron, of Level Green, has sold The Tombigbee Is spanned by a handLowndr counties lastingly foreordained plans of our Aldeen, and Monroe and his farm to D. O. Gibson for $2,000 and -- IX, at the bot- will move to Somerset. adinin. Thn two county peat" have nearly mighty and Allwire God, Is, to me, simple some iron trestle the Mine population and both lie on the slander, akin to blasphemy. To assert that tom of the main street, tho road beyond go A good crowd was in town Monday right bank of the Toniblgbte river At ' first the blade, then tbe ear, then the corn ing to Macon, the county seat of Noxubee, and Tuesday to attend tbe examining trials. Columbus this (terpentine stream ban at- corn in the ear" are, Clod's wisdom, un the adjoining southern county. Everybody sober and quiet, -Sunday afternoon we had a court-ioo- m THEtained the proportion of the Kentucky riv hindered, working at its best, is to degrade Miss Georgia Brown is at Lexington to At night, with Sly full, in spite branch the proper conception of the Almighty, Hoth cities have nuptials er at Frankfort. attend the Soodgrass-Pembertrailway: accommodation trains that don'l Hut regarded as the best He can do, with a gian darkness against us, the other church which takes place on tbe loth Inst. accommodate; and both were reached in tbe j devil' power and man's will in combined es all open, and tbe special attraction of David Henderson has a six days' old IS, church, we night by this itinerant troupe, after long, opposition, it it pathetically and hopefully Bishop Thompson at the P. calf born without eyes. It is not otherwise had a home full. Monday night, the day beautiful and appropriate. , long, weary wait at junctions deformed, but Is as sprightly as ordinary Ever displayed in Stanford; don't fail to make ua a visit before you make So the true theory of scriptural develop having been gloriously clear, the room was calves are. Friday night at 10:10, We left Aberdeen iyour purchases. nearly filled with with a gentle rain falling; her electric light tnent is not Ood beginning, of choice, with Jammed; with gallery The examing trial of Thomas R)se for cleamini; with their usual incandefcent j weakneiw and meanness and immaturity colored folk and interest as intense as any shooting A. Q. Biker, at Conway last week, place yet visited The dear LOUD who died Sunday evening of his wounds, emitter and the four artesians, etch under and raising all by elow and gradual steps to aent us here; especially for the ben-(fi- t was held Tuesday aud resulted in his baing octagonal "kiosk" pouring their patient strength and grandeur and per fee trie a; but its of that everwhere fast increasing class good God taking in hand a bad devil's held without bail. Blreams in ceaseless llw from their copper tho than these ruin and restoring it, as faith slowly gives who never darken a church door, but who Drs. Livell and Davis, assisted by spouts, Anit we left more glad to find that the warmest of wel- Drs, You will find that our display of Dear friends whom we shall love to think Him the warrant and power for filecting it. are Benton and Jennings amputated the comes awaits them in the "palace of tbe of wherever we wander, and be glad to The first is linked with scientific scepticism. wounded leg of Frank Harlow, who was so Is tbe outcome of a loyal faith in King,' from tbe dear God who loyes us all, badly shot on Brush creek last week, The come back to, whenever the LOUD shall The latter all tbe time, and never will do anything physicians say God and His holy scripture". open the way of return. there is but little chance of But the good Bishop's practical joints else- - Praise His dear Name forever. Light wiles of bumpy running brought his recovery. We think of staying in this promising us to dreadful Muldon Junction, where the were splendid. So full of encouragement Susie, a 12 year old daughter of Mrs. e up, in a to press on and not be disheartened by ap- field till Monday, 19.li; then run down to D. Owens, near Pine Hill, fell while playM. A 0. night exprem took tie for two or three cays crowded car, our irruption disturbing the parent or even real failure. Again, as in dear old Kosciutko ing ball at school, Tuesday last, and broke la unusually large and the latest styles and novelties. And we are headquar- a former disourse, he didn't seem to be and on to McComb City for Christmas with comfort of sundry paesengers who had takher le just above the ankle. A physician ter8 for Santa Claus on Cou ins lleber and Mary and Hugh, with awa-- e where his doctrine logically landed en whole seati and ware curled up for the reet the broken member and the little Ham-moiiAnd as he eloquently pointed out our own dear boy, the Deacon of night They glaitJ with sleepy, blood- him euflerer is getting along very well, She thrown in to make "merry," as mer- with some playmttes were throwing up ryes at us, as they sullenly made room; how he who begins a good work will cer shot bu. there was no help for It. They had on tainty finiih it; and that tho Sermon on tbe ry. AUD V. the ball and seeing who could catch it, Geo. O. Baiixes. Ever in Jesus, ly paid for one seat and were not entitled to Mount was bound to he something more when she ran against one of them and fell an unrealiztd ideal, in, perhaps, the Tbe preliminary trial of Wallace Las two. Whatever compunctions in awaken than BRODHLAO, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Kvan-el.'iu- e near future, I thought of the blessed time well, charged with the murder of Granville log them stirred the modest Troupe Madame Rumor says we will have a were not shared by that other when "all enemien" should be subdued; Adams began Monday and ended Tuesday King," which came death abolished; and the kingdom, cleansed wedding to report before tbe holidays are morning. The evidence went to show that troupe, the "lUnch of eyery defiling element, should he deliv- over. Liswell bad gone to the church where over from Aberdeen with tn, and with Prof O. Bowers is teaching a singing ered up by the son to the Father and God -Adams was, but did not enter, but went their bind instruments and multitudinous situation no little he all in all. No half way work: no death class at Sayer's School House, about four down the road and came back through a parcels, aggravated the m ilea from here. We all, who hv traveled at nUlit, know ituui njiuii our uou ctnuoi oring a resur railroad cut meeting Adams and opened The vocal clas at thii place, taught by rection; no halting, with a doubtful victo- fire on him. Liswell claimed and testified tbe feelings with which we regard that parI Mis Our HoriBO is the only Doll Emporium lu this part of the counCarson, has 60 names enrolled and is and hell claiming more souls than ty whose room is so much better than their rr that Adams bad out his pistol first, but did try, Irom 5 ceuta np. ""king rapid progress. en. Bishop T. didn't ay ibie; psrhap did not fire. Adams' pitol was found on bis compiny; coming In from a way station; a -- Three candidal by were initiated not see it. lijt I did and do, Praise the phihinz stream of cold, outer air clinging Wo have a large stock of Doll Buggies and the best Toy wagons in the breast with all the loads intact. Laswell LOUD the Brodhead Lodge, I. O G. T., on last was admitted to bail in the sum of $500 market, to them, glancing inq'ilrlngly at that other Columbu is the handsomest city in Miss rjiturday evening. There are two more to eeat which we have appropriated by an act which he gave and was released. llemember our headquarters is Opera Housa square, opposite court-houssovereignty" that will not bold issippi. All agree to this. The prettiest be initiated next meeting, 17tb. of "m nailer Four prisoners were brought to the Mr. John Melyin, of Lily, made a fly- we not in the South, many assert. I can well begoad when the test com; and do lieve it after five days' sojourn and a crit ling visit to our village this week. Miss penitentiary at Frankfort yeelerduy from all know that sinking of heart wheu the in"Anybody' In Hits at, ical inspection "in and about." Broad Neville Cireon has returned from a short Lttcher county, accompanied by a sheriff exorable n.ueition, and six guards, the cost to the State being streets, nicely gravelled, furnishing many business yisit to Crab Orchard, sir compels us to lie outright or move' The ladies of tho Baptist church at this the sum of $453. For the year ending soul suflers or miles of beautiful driving; houtea built in Dreadful alternative! The exquisite taste and not confined to a par- place will on the evening of the 2 (3th inal. June 30, 1837, the cost of guarding and the body. But In either case the agony it prisoiers from Jefferson ticular locality, contrasting with the squal give a lunch party for the benefit or their transporting acj'.e, Ifoneisvery, very sleepy. Tbe un or of the less favored portions, but scatterchurch. A good time generally is expect- county to Frankfort was $3 718 50, there he ing wretch who usurps the place where ed all over the place in tquable dislribu-tion- , ed and tbe public is cordially invited to at- being an average of 12 prisoners a month Have no special line of yoiir feet re;oed and compelled a convicted and sent there. Letcher county, giving the pleasing impression that a tend. parcels and bundle, sits in of your general prosperity pervade the pretty city Mrs. Martin Albright, of Bee Lick, with only two terms of the Circuit Court apparently mild oblivion of the discomfort And the unnsionsof "before the wah" alwas here last week soliciting means for each year, at which there is an average of few unhe has caused; and you catch what ternate with the post helium villas, in due building a Baptist church in the vicinity three convictions at each term or six per easy naps are yet vouchsafed vju, In a bolt But they are as usual chocked full of everything in the line of ,the reverse proportion and most agreeable variety, the of her house. As she is a good and worthy year, cost the state for the same period $2position upright, new rebutting the charge of "antiquated;" woman working in a good cause, we hope O.i'Jij. Jeuerson county averages a cost ol essy or dignihed. per prisoner of $30, which is two much, the M. A O., and tho old redeeming from the slur ol hereflorts will be crowned with success. At Artesia, 1!) nillea down while a neatuess, almost New Kn W. C. Pryor, of Mnretsburg, is moving while Letcher averages nearly $310 for a Mrirriu we .save that road and wait an hour and gl.ndy, reigns, in the general makeup of to this place and will enter echool here in a each prisoner, which is next door to grand train aud Southha I for the north-bounprivate premises. Shade trees line the few days. His wife, Mrs. Lizzie Pryor, larcenv. The total cost of the State for the Which they will sell you at remarkably low prices. They have succeeded ern mails. Ojr accommodation stands 100 streets; elm and water oak; magnolias in the will en the lti:h inst. start toVandalla, III,, year ending June 150 was $20,000 tor the yards away on a ' Y" track, to which we greatest even beyond their expectations sinco they took the business in April last profusion adorn front lawns; and where she expects to spend the winter with mere getting her convicts into the penitenand tmkeour way in the darkness over inter- showy eq lipages, tiary. The Legislature will look into tbe feel like thanking each and every one of their customers, and what is better, handsome opiu carriages, her parents, Mr. and Mrs, McDutl Ward, oooa-ei.nsecting rail, heap of refuis and an sell them goods lower than ever before. Kemember tho place, drawn by ptuipered and spirited horses, Away with the "bloody shin!" Tnere is matter this winter. Courier Journal. corner Main puddle of water. The locomotive is adorned with female beauty, elegantly siill too much etlort to keep alive wc'ional liespectfully, IIOOK12K & BKIGIIT. A woman is on trial at Boston for mur and Depot itreets. eenllv simmering in front of two untidy dressed, carries us bick to the days of hatred in this grand country of ours. There dering her three children. cars, waiting for its turn to come to dash wealth and prosperity, befjre 'Wim.vi. are men and politicians who seem to reOn Thursday Mrs. James Smith, of away into the midnight darkness, its unaa lion roar aged war" frowned Upon a blighted, blast- gard it treasonable for our Southern States Rockmart, Ga , gave birth to twin boys wing purr exchanged for the ed South. Very few places yet put on to honor those who were their leaders dur0.i Friday Mrs. William Smith presented that even now but slumbers within its "style" likeColutubu, for ! the life and death ing the war, either living or dead. But her husband with a boy and a girl, and We climb, with mighty ef lungs o iron. struggle for "meat and bread" has beeti too our friends of tbe South would not be men Monday Mr. George Smith, the wife of the fort, upon the platform, from a slippery recent; but here and there, the signs that if they did not esteem their Jold leaders. third b. other, gave birth to three daughol cinders, hurling our finding ourselves afibr our the drearv contlict is over, and a spirited The war is long since past; both sides be- ters. How is that for peopling the world? beforeu', and people are getting the better of mitfortune, lieved they were right in that conflict; the We thank tho people of Stanford and vicinity for the liberal patronage W. II. Grinter, a well known stock scramble In an uninviting- old rattletrap, multiply apace. they It will not be long before South was convinced of its error by force of man of Munire, Kis,, and W. II. Paqua, of have extended to us during the year and promise company ought to that by fair dealing and low that no decent railway the entire does not record an in- Fort Scott, were members of two hunting arms and history to rid in; with ar. Inexora prices to merit its continuance during the coming year; we also desiro to ntk "Land ob cotton, cal stance in which a conquered people have parties which met in Ozirk County, Mo. who fires up his stoves to ble brakesman, attention to the fact that our store 'dlmuion sevl aul uud to Ja botlom," more cheerfully accepted lhe arbitrament Pdqua mistook Grinter for a turkey aud surroundings of furmce heat; and general y the UaitedjStates has re- fired at him, striking him in the head. sleep will flourish like a "green buy tree, pUnted of war. the most doleful character. A little tly," by the wearied brides the river of waters" and her pros- ally no Nirtli, in South, no ISist, no West, Grinter thought that the shot was intenis caught "on the perous millions will be uble lo lift their o iiitluulc is the relation ihip existing be tional and returned ths fire, killing Paqua girls, at this point; while the old folk wall heads with the proudest tween the industry, commerce, and agricul- nstantly and then fell dead himself. and wealthiest. For everything in our comprehensive line, which embraces arrival at Columbus before attempting Columbus has the astounding distinction ture of the various sections. Ljt us keep close with H o'clock elumbr O.ir trials There was a revival in a Western town at the Coleman of being the only place in the South where our faces to the front and unitedly work to some time ago. The movement wis led A. M. m comfortable rooms the "stars and stripes" did not wave in vie gether to fulfill the destiny which lies beQueens-war- e, by a Baptist minister, but the other church House, which happily, I had telegraphed tory, sometime or other, during tho civil fore American citizinslup. Let us be good It in not of es united in the matter and many converts for before leaving Aberdeen Farm except on a strife. It wis a store house of every sup- citizens rather than bad politicians. were mtde. Some of the converts, while Un wo have to travel at night, ply and a great object of hungry desire on and Home, Springfisld, Miss and it goes hardly with us. I feel sleeper, they wanted to jiin other churches, believ the part of the Yankees; while the South Tbe Brotherhood of Locomotive Engin- cd that immersion was the proper thing, euch a night of disturbance for several days delended It with a desperate valor that eers has prepared and will lay before Conand it was a knotty point to arrange. The after. For, with all our mutations, we lead hurled bick every daring We Have a very Full JLlne of charge upon its gress a bill providing for the regular lives in the matter of wonderfully licensing of Biptist minister was the only one who unconcentrated treasures, 'i he Federal troops railway conductors and engineers, and pro- derstood the immersion qusUion, rnd to aleeping and eating; and a sudden, violent never got nearer than 20 miles of the covhibiting all railroads from employing any maintain the converts the other pastors apchsnge quite upsets our whole party ? I have eted spot. Aberdeen was occupied, but person to serve as a conductor or engineer pealed to him to immerse his own and We came uninvited to Columbus. there they were halted. The Columbus being within 20 unless bo is licensed, as provided in the act. their converts together. The Biptist minlong wished to visit It and And we have stocked up full with folks are a little proud of this, I think. It provides for examiners, who shall in- ister looked at tbem, "My brethren,'1 be the temptation was irresistible, so we miles, The pet of the place Is the new Indurtrial this quire into the character, habits of life and slid, "I will attend to my own flock, but turned our heads hitherward. But unexpectedly on a place College, which the city won by a munifi- qualification, mental aud physical, of all when it comes to taking in washing I must dumping down cent gift of 20 acres and $50,000. It is cerapplicants before licensing them as conduc- draw the line." certainly has Its disadvantages. Howeyer, tainly a noble institution, worthy of the court-houstors and engineers. The system has long The Berkshire male crossed on tbe l'o- I called on the aherltV, got the beautiful city where it is located. It is a been in use tn regard to the engineers and advertised In one of the local papers, had land China ton it tbe popular general pur US our Slate oflair, kept up by an annual grant of pilots in water transportation. This hog haa a pose hoc in Winconein. 1,000 "dodgers" struck off announcing hav-in- e about $30,000; has superb buildings, costing good frame, but it ia not excessive, and no arrival and then awaited the outcome, A young couple were married the other duty to 3100,000, perfectly appointed; educates 400 no upbraidinga of neglected more thin it necessary to support a good was appoint-e- girls gratis, not only after a high collegiato day at Preeque Iile and received a good bodr. Such a hog will lay on tlesh much hara me. The first meeting standard, but in any industrial calling they many gifts appropriate to the occasion. Toe for 3 v. M. Sunday. evidently attended tbe more rapidly than tbe larger breeds. They SEMI-WEEKL- Y IipublliheJ every Tueday and FrliUv at the may choose; either with a view to an imme- Star man, who has do not like tbeDuroo or Jersey Red in that Sunday morning we had the great plea, low price of sermon from Bishop diate, independent support, or the possibil- "hots trots" the pist season, concludes his Slate. ure ol hearing another TWO DOLLAHS PER YEAR. ity that tuty arise at any future time in notice thu: "The happy couple have got a good county, A lady living in Kippahannock Thompson. It wm, like the other, He ahowed, in life, through sudden adversity, or individ- a first rate 'send oil' and we trmt they may Virginia, bad twelve stands of beea, which Strictly one. jog around life's course together without a BTANi'OBD, KY. how ..lowly men ual choice. The girls wear a blue uniform a distillery was his own eloquent way, break and come in all right at the home' were very valuable until even in an approximate and make an attraallvs show as they go out started in the neighborhood. Siuce it was were progressing, OK ALL CLASS! standard set us by for daily walks. Numbers are awaiting va- stretch." WALTON, started, however, tbe bees pay frequent visway towan'a the perfect the Mount; cancies, ready to step in, and the applicaOolo its to the still, get drunk, and are of little Noatly and Cheaply Exooutod. Cpt. Ham Roberts, a Ou8avior,inthe8mon on out cle.rly that tions far exceed the capacities of the dor River man, is dead. profit. and if he had only brought CHRISTMAS GIFTS ! HOLIDAY GOODS! fc5tOCl draw-bridge- on ENDLESS VARIETY! Largest and JXicest Holiday We have Presents for All, Old and Young, Great and Small. ! ) -- cer-tiinl- y Ladies' and 3rents' 3rold and SiLvei Watches, JTevrelry and Silvei'wai-Writing Desks. Tablets and Portfolios, Plush Brush & Comb Sets, Shaving Sets, c. Photograph and Autograph Albums, Mauicure Sets in Plush aud Leather. Our liucofWIii.sk holders ami Xmas Cards can not be beat. h. McROBERTS & STAGGK read-juitine- HOCKER & BRIGHT CHRISTMAS TRIX, Groceries, head-bobbin- d Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, &c5 METGALF in-di- & FOSTER hand-bagcag- e pas-eng- er To-da- IS MEA33'QUABTJEBS Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner and Tea Sets, Lamps, Etc. Xj.3VrTca e, Candies and other Confections for the Christmas Holidays. GIVE A CALt, d jJXETOLJJ' & FOSTER. Tho Interior Journal W. P. first-clas- Fro'r. well-know- v bmrd, nor could Wood reoAll that he had eager were we t try If the noli- - migul and GIIOCIFISSA'S LACE. ever seen him adorned with that symptom of not be, brought nliout that wo rotumcl al manhood. It war Impossible that ho should onco to call our hostess inlo cousultaUoa And thou hMl come at Inst, be a Indron his position in the lrnnk. his Tbon baleful Issue of the buried j ears High up among the Tuscan mountains, not Tho result of this Interview was, that the easy, self possessed manner, not bratcn, but Sad fruitage of thv paiU next 'day Crociflssa was dispatched to Root nurtured In a loam ot fcopea and fears; natural and Innocout. No, it wan a mistake. far from the borders of Lombardr, is a tin? Marcollowitb her lace, and a noto to Ban lh 1 ball thee, but I hate tliee, li.rklus there, The next day, there being several Mexican hamlet called Platlco. It has a church, and landlord of the hotel where Mrs. Welter Thou first gray call! 1IstId( purehsKsl the Drug Store ot (1 Y, ffitcrk, lluiton-dllf- , 1 will continue to run thebuilncM merchants to start for Vera Cruz, Mr. Henry the few strangers who visit tho quiet little nMBinjiii. in iiireo nours nxMllssn m at the old sUnd and Yorke, of Wood & Co., was dispatched with nook nnd enter tho humble sanctuary wonilci turned, jubilant, Uvauso tho i coll, Thou Kft and silken hindlonl hod them in the morning stage. lie went well at tins handsome laco decorating the Madon promised to show tho laco to all tho guests in Tbou milk hi to hlom In a midnight trvKSl Out from the alien roll armed, and had the namu of lieing a lighting ca's blue silk jwtticoat. All tho rest of th his house likely to bo kUrested iu such I'll pluck thro In thine Inrani tenderness. man. lint ax j et no crovd of Mexican pasornamentation is so tawdry and ioor that th things. As the rude husbandman uproot the tare, sengers has frightened n band of robberl We scarcely dared to break to Crociflssa Thou first gray hulrl from its enterprise, ud o, at sunrise, Yorkt delicate fabric looks strangely out of plao A Kt'LL LINE OF How came it there? is a question tho old the good news that camo threo days Inter. discovered two small squnds of horsemen Of nil the fleecy flock woman who unlocks tho door is proud M Mrs. Webster had fallen in love with the bearing down on the stagu from opposite di- answer. Tbou art the one to loathe nnd to despise: lace, as Amy had predicted, and at tho land The client within the hoik. rections. lord's suggestion hod promised to pay 2.'i0 The mold that on the early ban eft lies, "There are six of them," lie said, "and w Amy and I had put up for tho hottest sum- fraucs for tho piece on her doarturo, n The mildew on the blossoms of the enr arc nine men, with ouly ono woman. Aro mer weeks at the barn llko old jost inn ot month later. In tho meantime it might The first gray haul we to fight, gentlemen, or shall wo My Btook will ombraoo Toys, Books, Albums, Fancy Toilot Goodi, Ux)ti exhibition Ik1iIii1 tho glass doon Piatico. Often during our walks through th And tbou, the Judas art, chestnut woods, or up the stoop paths of tht of the widrono's cabinet of curiosities. It Dressing Cases, Jowolry and Sllvorwaro, VasoB, iio. Give us a call, w ho aoth letray The tattler of Old Time, "Mexicans never surrender," crietl ono of mountainside, we met a tall, slim girl of 18, mado one feel young and happy again to see The weary, worn out ruiart, them. "We will fight to tho lost drop of with strikingly beautiful dark eyes, which tho bliss of CYocillssa and Ilemo. Tho latter Ere jet we dare to dream of iu decay: G. blood." haunted us bj reason of their extreme sad- was presented to us, and the good fellow JTiou art a hint of wreck beyond retair, "Yes, alwaj-s,-" answered the other eight. seemed ready to rik his life to servo us. ness. She wore a skimp gown of homespun, Thou first gray hair I "I shall be killed; oh, I shall bo killed!-- ' its original color a matter of conjecture only Amy might ride on tho fruit donkey at any Jos. Newton Matthews. shrieked the frightened woman. hour of tho day or night sho chose, and it wa her well modeled feet were Imuv, and she "We shall defend you, senorn," they de- usually in chargo of seven sheep anil one wai borne in ujxin me tliat a iwirticulorly glaring little A MEXICAN BAXDIT. clared. The horsemen drew near. All wer of mngenta stockings in process of con- lamo black lamb. Sometimes wo saw her masked and armed. One party passed tho sitting under a tree knitting an Inteniilnablt BUTicuon ny VTociussa was for me. coach, wheeled and instantly returned. Tho fortune of Uie Mrothcd couple IxMng blue stocking for other feet than her own, Mr, Edgar Wood had 2,000 silver dollars In Meanwhile Yorke sprang from the stage, evidently while the sheep grazed. Or, in now secunsJ, negotiations were entered Uon ten dollar rolls nicely pocked In a valiro wfth which had stopjed, und calling to his fellow tho open field, in tho jwuring rain, this ghost for the desired outfit of clothes and tho necespassengers to join him, tired bis rillu at the like girl would sit on the soaking a few toilet articles, and 1!!,000 in bank ground, sary furniture. A charming pair of rooms, doUs and bills of exchange snugly sowed into nearest of the gang and killed him. He then huddled under an old green umbrella this to in Croeitlsso'8 ejes, were bespoken, nt the a thin licit wont alout hLs person. In an began discharging his revolver as they closed restrain a neighbor's cow, getting her suppt back of the carjx'iiter's house, and the outride lelt, elegantf j-- embroidered, lie wore in on him, and looking about for his day was set early in OcUiber. All was of grass, from invading an adjacent cablwigt discovered them all in their seats, patch. The girl always gave us a graciom going merry as the antlciiatsl marriage a FUperbly jeweled revolver, warranted to bo In anuseful as a weapon at long range, in the. hand IMillid spectators of his recklessness. "Good day" as sho Missed, and seemed pleased bells, when tho day arrived for Crociflssa to go to San Marcello and receive her money. of a self collected man resting under safe other instant a pistol ball struck him dow n. when Amy smiled at her in return. Evidently tho ladrones bad only contempt On her first visit she had scon only the lielter. "Who is shep we inquired of the mlstre for the Mexican passengers, for they rode di of our inn. As to other iernal furniture, his compadrone, nnd was olxiut to bo given the price w ho fortable figure was adorned with a fine gold rectly forward to the fallen American, "You mean tho girl who drives tho sheen of her lace and dismissed at once by him, watch, possessing a national reputation for bodj- - they mercilesslj- - hocked to pieces with with a lamo black lamb among them P an- when, on second thought, he decided to de beauty and value throughout the republic of their saticrs, for a warning to nil who mJrt-c- d swered our hostess, "That is Crociflssa, jioor tain Iter. their robberies. Mexico, and a hat covered with gold laco "You had better go and thank the lady for girl, the convict's daughter. Hers is a hard The entire treasure of Wood & Co. ws lot among a little community w here none lie her Limitless, yourself ho said; "it looks and bangles that made it the envy of all the beaux in town. taken from tho person 'of Yorke and his va- on roses, I assure you. Her father. Sandro. more civil." Under tin conditions Mr. Kilgar Wood lise; and the wissengcrs, the lady not ex- has a luid history, and tho shadow of it dark-- ) was shown into Mrs. Webster's room, n mancl of ornamentation from nil entered the ten mule stage that stood in tho cepted, were robbed of every article they ens the girls life." patio of the Hotel Iturbide, for a trip down xscscd, even to their outer clothing. "Oh, tell it," cried Amj, dropping down xirts of the glolx-- , and of various ivnturies the country to pay off :J,MJ0 laborers a When the ladrones left their captain opened upon a stool licside the comfortable looking more or less authentic. Mrs. WeMcr hud. an embroidered jacket, revealing tho form of old dame. Us Amy had maintained, an idolutrous fondmonth's w ages. The stago Mai ted. Tho wealthy contractor n woman, nnd cried out with a snort, "You "It is soon told, slgnora; the story of most ness for all things antique, a hideous jug was alone that morning. "This month," he u re men. Adioul" sins is short; it is the misery of them that with a crock upon its dirt ingrained sides When the stage, returning, enrred tho drags on so wearilj. When Sandro was wusloo!lcr in herojes than the most tkill-filllconsidered, "will cost me $20,000, for which outlay the government pays mo 100,000, patio of the Hotel Iturbide with the body of young he killed a man in a Mission of jeaworked vase of modern times. Hhe w hich is K,OU0 clear gala In two more I Mr. Yorke, it was met by Wood, to whom lousya woman ot thotiottonof thenlTair, willin-l- y jKtld fabulous prices for rubbish of shall be in good trim, and then I shall ask the ladj- jiassenger declared that his artner of course stablxsl him from Uhind in the a bjgoneilaj-- , but was implacable if she OF- old Juarez for Kmilia. I think sho admired had been killed by an Englishman of tho dark, and threw him down into the Lima to fraud in the dates of apuirently me last night nien I said my adieu." And hand, whose lower faco was ruddy, narrow drown if the wound was not deep enough to In very bad Italian, she nddn-sxs- l he looked ot hi pistol, his fine watch and ole-a- and thin, ending in a little shadowy beard: give him his death. They were n year or i, who, not understanding, replied In n hat, and t rifle ball whistled through that he had reached into the coach and shot more fastening the murder uxm Santlro, but the coach window, followed by a command Yorke in tho back, through the open door- ho confesMxl it at last m t r a glass tix ninny few wonls, which the elder lady also tailed to way of the opjwsito side, as ho was firing of Chianti. He was sentenced for twenty cntch. The inter lew Mug rather n trjitif cr "''arnrser (halt). There is no discussing such an order given rapidlj' at the gang, and that as he with- years to prison and hanl labor. When his one for Ixith jxirties, Mrs, WeMcr woxnbcut drew his head his beard dropped from his time was out, strangely enough, he chose to to end it by dismissing nnder such circumstances. when the It was not ossiblo for Mr. Wood to say chin and sho had secured it. come lack here to Piatico; and, stranger girl's next wonls, understoisl this time, alas! 10 o'clock that morning he went to tho all tixi plainly, ritetcd her attention. just how he looked, but he felt very pale, At still, he found a w ouinn foolish enough to "What did jou snj P she exclaimed, B when a pleasant, gentlemanly voice at tho English Iwnk with tho woman, nnd presented marry rum, knowing all about his crime. window inquired, "Have I the honor of ad- a check for payment. As tho teller laid down This poor, weak thing died w hen Crociflssa iiark of something like anger glowing In Ut dressing Senor Edgaro Wood J1 the money he saw the little wad of leard on was born, and the child's life has been so eyes. "If the slgnora would like some narrow the counter, picked it up, and, looking at it wretched it wmim a pit she did not die. "That is my name, sir." lai-of the same jxittern, I would try to make "Ah, Don Edgaro, I am so sorry to have to curiously, said: "Whatis thisp Atthesame too." iU My eyes ore Utter now than when 1 did COKMEK- molest you in your journey, but won't you moment, Mr. Wood discovered that his com"Are they so very poorP panion trembled violently and was becoming do me the favor to alight for a moment P "Miserably; and because of tho father's that wide piece," re'uted Crociflssa. "Do you menu to say that you mudp thl Now, if there was one quality on which alarminglj ale, and lost no time in leaving disgrace eerybody shuns the daughter. said Mrs. We4ster, with suj that gentleman prided himself more than on the lmk. Cruel, isn't it I Hut that is the way of the piece of The woman was sure of the identity of the worhL I should make one exception when I presxsl rage. another, it was the superiority of his man" cs, slgnora, .vhy notP ners. He was known a the polite American man, and would listen to no possibilitj of her say every ono turns the cold shoulder ux)n reganl.sl the now infuriated lady of Mexico, and so, when oddiessed a simple mistake, ah lor air. iuigar vt ooti, no was her. IVrhnjw the saddest jart of Crocifissa'i requit in such courteous terms, he was fain confounded, but ho did the customary thing, historj is that she bus a lover whom sho con with blank uumzement; she had exixs-tis- l praise tor her handiwork, instead of these to comply. and set an English detective on the track of scarcely e er hope to marry." flaming eyes t angrily upon her. He therefore alighted, and tried to do so Mr. Carlo Watflls, tho teller of the English "Is ho so xxr, tooP Mm. WeUter rung tho Ml with sharp vio"Dio miol promptly, but hN motions were not so grace- bank of Mexico. His namo is Ilcmo, a very Thu next went to the line in jood fellow, but no luck. He makes a little lence, and demanded the Instant presence of ful as usual; there seemed a tremulous exr cliarge of n and a mounted guard, money with his donkej, carrying fruit and theimlniue. "How dure jou," slw critsl, as citement, almost a stagger, in his moveof whom the chief was one of the most suc- vegetables to the hotel at Abetone, but he he appeared, "try to cheat ine so outrage-o-ly- P ments, when he looked about him. Four men, armed with culasses, rifles and cessful ludroncs of Mexico; he gave safo con- has a blind old mother to help, and he con -The odrone, mjstlfltsl as was Crociflssa revolvers, stood ready to receive him. The duct to the treasure, for which he was well save nothing. Croeillssa earns a few francs at the lady's excitement, stared at her in pinning and knitting stockings, and the upper half of each face was covered with a paid Two months passed. No outward sign black mask. They were evidently natives, profits from the sheep put a scanty supply ot helpless silence. Presently he found voice any depravity on the part of Mr. bread iu tho mouths of the convict and bis eiiough to falter, "Ido not understand; will wve one whose head, broader than the other.' at the temples, and ruddy face below tho Wutrlls. He lived modestly, and necmed a daughter und keep a crazy roof over then the signora please to exnluinP "You llnM'isl rascal, know vtry well loco, mask, ending in a thin, frouzly, tow colored retiring, rather studious man. His sole dissi heails. Crociflssa can make goatee seemed to indicate an Englishman. pation was his horseback rido each morning but she hurts her eyes at It, and a dix-to-r told what I mean" You showed me this lace, her she would go blind if sho mode any- letting me MleM' it w us old, and now this Mr. Wood, noting him curefully, thought he and night. irl she is innocent euough ciinfe The timo had come for another paj'ment to more," had seen him lieforu, but failed in any that "She has such lovely eyesp said Amy, en- she made it heivlf Whuthu'e ou to ssj the men of the contractor, and again Wood to place him. for yourself, sirP det'rinined,togoiu jierson with tjie- money, thusiastically. "Senor Wood," wild the spokesman, advanc"Ulo miol Why I thought but It Is old, ing, "I urn pleased to greet you, and regret mid by stage. This time bo selected a day "Yw; with a bit of happiness to brighten it is quite dirty. I ftansl that you ore not able to reciprocate tho cor- when a fuir complement of Mexican men, her she would be tho prettiest girl in the slgnora dial sentiments I entertain for you. I must having commercial .relations with Vera arts. As it is, her good looks aro little use, the signoru would desire a fresher piece, and my heart was light when she to wish Cruz, would travel, and went accompanied jxxr thing!'' say, Amlguillo, you wear a charming hat, to huve it old. The signora did not mention s "Can't Ilemo hit uxm a more pajing and such things nro so common to you that I also by two Americans, armed with how old it must lie, hence this mlsuudtr-standinthan donkey drivingP I ask. revolvers. am sure theie will bo no objection to nn exwhich I regivt deeply." "He wishes to go down to tho Mnrcmuui, The English detective, change. See w hat n poor thing I wear, and a companion. If isvnsioimlly tempttsl into fu!4 h(xl, like where ho would get good wuges nnd lx able so unsuitcd to my years and xltion in lxith well armed, rode out iuthosinio direcwill not hear the most of his kind, the ulrone on this ocIt flts well, too. And nbo, Henor tion a half hour after tho stage left. Tho to put by n little, but Wood, you are said to jwssevs nu excellent road had not licen so infested of late, but tho of it. Shu is right, I think, for Ilemo Is not casion sjxike tho tntth. He was a simple felwatch; that, sir, would bu an extremely con- - Americans understood the danger to which strong, and tho marsh fever would Ixj sure to low, ignorant of tho craze of the elegant euleut article to have iu my profession, that they were exposed in the trans ortation of caiTj him off. Few 'leoplo lmo Urn kind world for antiquities, he had not troubled I may be prompt iu meeting the stage, and treasure, and mudo their ilijiosition accord- to the girl, and no dog loved his master himself to inquire tin. history of IWiflssn laiv, but had satisfied his conscience by ask loes Ilemo." thus avoid tiresome, watching. I will uccept ingly. Mr. Wood and one companion occu- as "I'cxirgiiP w hat u pity they cannot make Ing Its Millie of un old woman of the iilagc, pied tho front seat of tho coach, looking to it, with your permission." nu authority iu such mutters. tho rear; tho third man ot tho inrty sat with each other happj-1"- ' Mr. Wood was rapidly learning to adapt "If they had a little capital. 200 or JfOf) Hut the irate Mrs. Webster was not to U himself to circumstances He know ho must the driver, being a crack shot with a Winfrancs, to hire und funibh n room, they upjieosed. The sullxiiie had triisl to iheut submit to lieing striniied, so, handing over tho chester rille. could muunge to live; but 100 franc pieces her u.s egregiouslj as uny hanlemsl iogue Iu wutch with the t grace iosible. ho snid. When they stopped for at 8 o'elix-l:- , tho kiwi- -t of junk shops. 4 "Hero," to t'nx-lwith a smile nnd a bow, "May I present you no one had to molest tho staL'o. or do not full from tho clouds." -DKaLMI Life nt I'iutlco w ith a pistol, as good as there is in tho reiiuls-llc- , dull and bare of inci- nvsu, "take your lace. I hue clinugtsl my create suspicion. As they left the little inn in Croeiiksu's mind, nnd will not have it'" nnd she tossed except your ow u P tho detective upeaiixl in sight, but tho stago dent, wo felt mm h inton-tc- d "Ah, senor, now you (latter mo; I accept it made no delaj--, and tho party were again on story, ami cultivated her acquaintance uhhi thodaintj work into a luisks-- t on the girl's Drugs, Books, Stationery and She gave us flowers and ami. everj occasion. in your name, Amlguillo. And also, senor, their wuj-- . ranuy nicies. "Hut, signoru!'' cried tho )KXr child, burstgathered iu pretty little baskets imIiiduiire jour ; let us Suddenly the iii'ldc passengers detected the Your ing into tears, und extending both hands Im- PbTdclkn-provised bj- - herself from chestnut lenM-s- , trousers, too, will lit mo nicely, and your efioit of the timer to stop his cumbrous ' prfnilptlorn (furtilj eouiroundnt All boot, e'en if a little large, w'ill he, Ixtter team, and hem d tho voice of tho American and with her eyes lient shyly on her knitting, ploringly. "Ltstwtho nx)in nt mifj, both of jou'" than these. Have the goodness to Ihj seated by his side shout to him, "If stop, I'll kill talked to us of her simple, uneventful life Mid Mrs. Welister. en Ion si v. ! iininnt'lint.i oumyoldroat, and we will assist joii in re- you; dm e on und tli ivo hard." Then u rille When Ilemo, her lover, was under discussion, n K'ene here. The way of the transgressor ( moving them, we uro shot, and unother shout as ho imed down which was friquently tho case, valets." glow with u solt, huppj light, hanl, you know, und you must take tho To have observed tho face of Mr. Eilgnr his title, and called for a fresh one, which ho largo The Largest Stook of Watobes, Olooks, of jour evil deeds." and sho became Hut tho brightWood now, you would have thought ho was roccied at once. Poor CroeilLsstt! how she retraced her tired engaged iu u frolic. He used to say, in tollJewelry and 8ilverware Mr. WcxmI and his couininions, looking ness vanished again quickly nt nienioij of thosoidid misery cncniuixissfng them Ixith. steps to Piatico, empty handed, with tho uning this story, thut ho felt all through tho from the couch, saw they were pursued hi rt bought to thli market t'rlrn Ixar than pet forinaneo as if ho veru being joked by a horsemen, who were not now within 200 How wo longed tube nblo to givo the xx)r lucky laco iu her busket, she ne'er knew. ih lowwl. WalchM, Clotk and Jewelrr lle-girl tho jMiltry sum which would change her Tho situation was leally dcplorabli--ul- l tho friend. paltnl on ihott nottM and Wrnnld. ynids at tho rear. from tho conch necessaries for their humble houel.ivplug "And now," continued the Indron, "wo window ho cried out to the ill Ivor, "If those dull surioundings into a paradise. Ono morning, us we sat sketching on the ulmost in their Nsscssinn, the rooms will trouble j'ou, Senor Wood, to iiass out fellows catch us jouaiuadeud man'" The and not a franc to pay for nnvthlng your valise, if you will 1k so obliging." tin eat told wonderfully on th" sussl of tho brow- of t ho hill, CWif ksu timidly approached The little coiumiiuity was loud m its expies us, can ying a small puckugo under her urin. . Mr. Wood hesitated for tho lirst time, and looked around, but there was no mercy; tho Meanwhile the band approached, and tho This sho unw tapped, disclosing ulxnit four slons of rage at tho inhuman woman who hud so dts eived CrocllUsj, but this mended muzzles of tluvo pieces looked into his eves, three Americans fired together, throwing the yards of unusually licnutiiul hnv, six inches matters not nt all. while ho replied, "Veiy well, geiitleiuun, if ladrones into contusion and foiling a halt; or more wide. I was not much of a conuols A day you Ho handed out tho hcuy var but they rallied at once, and si horsemen of wur iu such things, - mt I could recognise the despair or two later Homo sought us out, KTr i "Bi"bi.-S4Von Ins haiiibomo face. CrocilKsa whs unusual merit of thi- piece. H SEk IK'Hh Li.-Vi tj w w.vx lise, whiih was taken uside by the Mexicans, thu eight weie drawing near when tho :rS!Ki. A, hfeUk "Why, CmxiIKsu'" I exclaimed, "where ill, ot grief tiiilj.hiit so low ami mlseniblo while the English looking thitt kept guard nt driver's companion byauothti- - shot hi ought 1 .V j that Itenio feat--d the woit. Thu poor girl the stago door. When tho precious cargo u man to tho ground. At this moment the did you get such a prize P ) ' "I made it.-- ' she miswcicd. modestly, "at was i rally in a pitiable state, und niter our n, shoit distance from Its was removed to nnd his guard npcnied in thu roar XjJi-S;.Speiunai, uherel waited vi-- lt to thu hoiel here she ImI Amy uud I owner, tho sentinel mutteied to him iu of the baud, und Mr. Wood oulered the the Convent of Vl A6rr . I V English, "If give mo 2,0'K), unseen, from driver to slow- - down. The lohU-r- s dico-civi- l m the iiiins fur live or sis year.'". They taught tleelaied e uould not nv unother sunset be- your twit, jou can have tho lest; otheiwise, the tiick, for, turning, they saw the mo to make it, but 1 eun't sec to do any tore wi'liad ttk-- toset on fiMit snuio piojeet uiui. migiii oenelll llie uuluiliiiv eliild. I'll llx iierj dollar you'u got." reriiforci ineiit in their rear, and lost no tune more." I liele were crowds of striilii-ersn- t "Hut, child, why don't you sell this laee' It the hotel Mr. Wood felt suro ho had somewhere seen leaving the road nnd making oir across the would help you a long step tmruiu buying nt Ak'tonu; whyshould they not know of tm .he face, of which tho mouth and chin wtro Millej towaid the mountain. sad littloionmme ut l'iatlcof Withtheus-slstanis- exposed, but if ho Misiicctcd the truth, ho The stage met no fui tin r nd venture, and fnrnitnii) and inurrying ilemo." of mir kind hiMoss the ullnir was "Alas, signoiu, I hae often tried, but kept it to himself, and quietly bunded over Mr. Wood w.is ublo to return to Mexico iu a will buy it. The mius say it Is worth a made public, nnd wo uirungudu lottery by the money to tho man. week. Tho afternoon of his ai rival he acwhich to disiioM-oC'riKillvMi'H lace. In a few minutes tho nearly empty vnlio companied tho English Hunk umungur uud great duul of inoiiev, jiorhuiw fifty fruncs-hu- t To our gieut delight tickets to tho vuhio of (ton returned, and tho iuity bade tho travthu detcctivu to the hospital at ('uadnluiic, I shall never ll:id any one willing to glvothul .'JOO Imncs wero sold, nearly the money, of eler adieu, and wished him a safe journey. nnd fouudtlHTc, to tlienuiiriM! of tho man- sum, nnd I would let it go for much of course, wihel iisto nial.osomuloit course, Mug mured into tho hip of thu bo tu hiit disagreeable llx ho could only rido till ager, tho toller, Mr. Carlos Wutttls, Millciiug , offer for thu lace, but I know It would lx a wildciedC'riK.-ifKs.iwell nigh ho nut tho return stage, and go with it to tho herself from u hh.itteivtl leg. with Kipital, under tho shelter of a shawl lent him If WntllN were tried iu Mexico, it Is by no great w rong to the git to allow her to snen-llc- joy these sudden truusitlons from despair to twice niieuteil. her work tor u ti ille, and I assured her o by a sympathetic lady among tho passenmeans certain that a conviction could' Ihj The modest tioiiKscnu and furniture werj gers, with whom, at noon, ho entered the seemed under those laws. It was, indeed, a this, ltauusow n could not afford to my a iwtio, from which he had so ixultlngly sulchance if tho Americans might not lie inado fair pi lee, w i) had no right to profit bv he Mid for, und theru wusa llttlo sum leftover MERCHANT TAILOR, for a rainy duy. Amy nnd I delayed our tool child's Ignonince. lied in thu early morning. The idle jiopu-lucfo sutler for killing men w ho had not attacked Ihj picsent at tho wedding Iu October; l "Tho nuns would offer up prayer-fo-r stay to as usual, rushed iu with the stage, und them. Iu this view of tho cose, Mr. WatflN mo if I gnve it to tho convent," continued nnd a very merry affair it was, thanks to the witnessed the discomfiture of the American, 1 hTt reoelTBd wusseut across thu water with thu English nd itlll retclTing is he darted across the Kiveinent to thu olllcer, and having leen convicted iu IOiulou C'rooifla; "but prayers will not buy fun' change iu public opinion, which now regarded Ilemo nnd Cro'ifissa un tho hero und tiero-In- o turo at least they hn i not, so fur." nearest entrance of the hotel and made his of the crlmo of couutei felting, was sentenced of this village. "Don't desjMiir of jour piayers yet," sa.d nay to his room. to twentj years' jienul Tho , Tho old hostler nt our Inn won tho lace. As Amy; then to mo, iu KnglMi: "Theie in Mrs. When Mr. Wood emerged therefrom, ho Comprlilog tb belt In the market, which will be ho had not chick nor child to gio it to, and Webster, the rich American lady at Kan Slur made his way to tho English bank, to deposit ono or two old sins on bin conscience, ho gno c ToniU'ssee has an urte. of fl,100 quares miles cello; you know she is mad out in his , and thi.ro Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono xa city countiiw. uutitpiitics and luces Hpeciully law. Khu bin w Inning to tho church. of coal, which eovem tenty-twtho second surprise of tho tlaj. or Country And thus it caniu nliout thntthe Madonna' The teller who received and credited him During thu ast six years' tho output of coal bus huups of money, nnd I 1m11ovo sho would Give Me a Trial. III thu state has grourt from im,000 tons to buy thU laco if sho saw it." silken rolw Is so richly decointtd. l.ucy with the amount was the couuterart of the 1," 00,000 touit, uu incrtiiMj of 40U per cent. I thought thu suggestion an excellent unc Dluke iu Frunk Unglisb robber of the moruiug;but he had no KC- THE FIRST GRAY HAIR. SANTA GLADS ! Will Open Out Next Monday, 19th, CHRISTMAS GOODS! J. -- WEATHERFORD, HustonviUo. Iir wed-din- g com-ianlon- s, BITY If' i i J Crtx-i'lss- n GMOCBMIK '& i nt Corel-fi-ss-- Cnx-lflssj- T. R. MAIN WALTON SOMEKSET STS.. lot-u- Cnx-ilKs- & U-n- paj-me- 4LlVr GET THE . td 4 pt - rim-san- hi.'!-nes- yl Cnx-Hlss- a f: Cnx-ifis.s- cir A M IX-- wmwm. ! ln-s- niiiw-uiv- - -- PHARMACIST, co-it- (' &5miSKg) v V u Cnx-ilis-u'- s JEWELER. ej-e- s Wall Paper, mM.I! MBB ." u Ii j . Furniture, a iit i Cases, Caskets, Robes. as low as the lowest. f Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices les-s.- " B. K, WEAREINT. Stanford. 1 -- H. C. RUPLEY, e, 1 spi-cin- New Goods for Fall and Winter G. thojx-iiersMV- U-lt- brie-a-bia- o RUPLEY. l SSTTW- - JwmgTM Tjg"-"T!'i- j i.z ZT'zn 4 ""fSXi" rr1 -- ,. .,. v mm VOL. XVI. ! WitUn mfefiflf Imtfttai. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1887. NO. 290. ! i 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 ID BaT " "Where the best Clothing, Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Notions, &c, &c, are given away. r- - ' ss lSS. IIliiHtrntPil ! C3rJrO H A-'J,- FORCED S ALE - CD2STJLTZ' 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. KIiASS, sale. Be sure and do not miss this the greatest of money saving chances ever offered here. Opposite Myers House, Stanford? Ky. 18SS. THREE WEEKS IMIORIE OF ETJTGHCEII3SrC3- PRICES Harper' Weekly ! Ilnrper'M IllnNtratfHl. . TrTagnzine ! Written lor the Imtkbior Jocrkal. SMILE. taat and pursuit.. Happl..nli a IdkI. number by Henry Janiea, Lalcadlo Hum, provided, end no aspen. HItm, .hort to iVniins highest order otarll.lk abilityphases of and Am. II.popular wrllen;itorle. by M1m WooImo and other and llluHr.tl paper .pon the Illustration of the eh.wlul of tpeclal artlitlcand literary In Ureal. Tb. Killo-riM 'u lobsawel-comhorn. n.l fnreUn hlsturv In ad.pte-- '"f'1'"" e O.partmentaar.ctonducte.1 by Ueorg. William pers Weekly I. admirably Curtl., William Iean llow.li. and Cbarlea Dudley gurl In every household. Warner, Harper'. Maf.iln Ii an organ ol progrMilf. . ILrTr's W1T n.s n.spMrln America thought and niOTem.nt In eiery Jearini.nt of Illustrated ... life. Hedde. otber attraction. It will contain, ducurrent lioll l..,.inlinn ouiifl of ring th. coming year important article., luperbly and bit. Nrnfl for the tinImpartial r.ader..it .nd lb. variety " lenre llluitrated.oo tb.Oreat Weat, article, on Amer.11 Inelud. ..rial ican and fur.ljn Induitry; beautlfullr lllnitrated lenre of It. library ronl.nl.. which uio.1 ,puUr tper. on tkutl.nd, Norway, Hwlta.rland, Aider., W.l ind and sb.rt stories by lb. and V7et Indie.; new notel. by William lllark wl r. fll It for lb. p rimlof pwpl ' th. ar. deal and th. I), Ilow.llt; noT.llctte., each complete In W. J mt ran", o !' t- - al 1 Weekly 4 00 Harper Magestne .... . I 00 .... Harper's 1 00 -Harper's Young 1'ropl the Unit! t.ui... trm n .11 iatitcrlbfrt In bt.tr', snada or Meilco. lb. Th. Volume, ol tb. Weekly W'n 'th no flril numt cr for January ol each year. When withtime th. Ii mentioned, sutirlrllons will Win or Number current at th. lima of receipt order. ,....- llarrr Harper's Poriodioals, I'K. Tn - HARPER'S PERIODICALS. II W 00 .. Harpr'K Magaaln. 4 00 Harper'. Wekly.. . ... . 4 00 .. l!arer'i Ilaitr H.rp.1'. Young I'eepl. .................. 2 M 1'o.Ug. free to all luUcrlben In tb. United "r - rK rata. weighed 250 pounds in life, was cremated at Cincinnati, Smile whenltberoay morning glow., Friday, and reduced to four pounds of rimllewhen the noonday thluetb, ashes. The crematory there has already Hinll. when at "entire erenlng'. clot. had ten subject. Tbo redd'nlng aun decllnetb. uSi A buzz saw broke while running at a In all thy dlren acta and roundjjf" high rate of speed in Corvallis, Oregon, the In bnghtor gloomy weather, Hmlle and dltpel the tear, and frownt, other day and a piece striking William That o'er tby face would gather. Buchanan on arm, just below the shoulder, True, life li full of 111. and carei, cut it ofl so quickly and easily that he did And trouble, to perplex ui, not know tbat he was hurt until be saw his MlKbano, trifle., empty alrt.fj arm lying at his feet. 1.1k. IumkU abarp to Tex ut, A hospital exclusively for cancer pa But mind them not, old ag. will bring, HS Koough for grief and aorrow, fM tients ha been opened in New York. Dr ft mile and be glad tby wing I Barker, in a lecture at the opening said May fan no bine tbe disease is not hereditary, lie spoke of There wat a tlm in year. agon. i luial tbe alarming increase of cancer, both in When men were dark and aerlou., this country and Europe and affirmed And h. wbo walked In gloom and .corn J Wm noble and luipsrlout; iJt that people of every condition are subject Hut now tb. heart that glalnooi lift,, 1 to it. -- John Garragni, who impins! Knaba, the famous Decker Jt Son, the popular and reliable Ererett. The celebrated Clougb A Warren, and tbe John Church A Co 'a d WM, AYBHS. JAS.O. OIVBM, Notary Public. AYRES & GIVENS, ATTORNEYS ATJ LAW. 341 Tb. Fifth Street, LOUISVILiLE, - (136-ly- ICY. .) Rooms 3 and 5. Cromle Block. ' y, Any one detlrlng an elegant and durable mu tlcal Instrument will do well to examine our pricea before pu coating. Wear, agent, for th. Joan Church A Co., and will war- riant nuv Plaiina fnt tatan warn rm ami aii. flfiran for fire year. Th. Krerett Piano and ths Clough A Warren Org in ar. th. beat and moat reliable Instrument, manufactured. Our initrumenta can be teen at the pontoffic. in 8tnfoiJ, where Mia. l'.oto Klcbarda will .tat. prices, etc. P.raona wbo bar. purchased tbe.. instrument, will tratlfy to their durability and elegant finish. W. will bi glad to Mrro tbe public, and guaran satisfaction Elder W, I, Williams, of Hustonyille. also John Church A Co , and will bo pleased to serre bla friends a. li A' h. VOOH, Agents. n e WALTON'S OPERA STANFORD, KY. HOUSE, WALTON BROS. - - Proprietors. 20xSO. Elbt complete sets of Scan. ery. Seating capacity, Including gallery, Mr). rater to tood attractions. iReaaniubl. ilu of Btage, Utatea, Canada or M.ilco. Kound Volumes ol llP'" W.klr. for '" beck. In neat cloth binding, will tN,i pwure paid, or by express, free bs writ by mall, (provided th.lr.Wbl due. not .ireed on. dollar per volume. J will Ui .ent ''liemHUne .houl.l b made br poslofflce mon.y ordernrdr.fi to avoid chsnr of los. Miu.nl Ke.spepere are uot .o ropy this without tb. .xpr.i. oM.r ol llrpr A nrulhrn. I lr volume) forfure.cb Cloth raM volume, siitlsbl. for hind-I- n by ui.ll, postpaid, on receipt ol II ..rt AJlrw- - IIAltl'KU A UUOTIIKI14 New York. Whan ao tin). Ii iclfld, lubecrlnlloni will brln with th. number currant at th time of receipt of order. bound Tolumeaof Harper'. Magatlne, for tbrea year, back, In neat clotb binding, will aent by on receipt of I) per voluma. 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It krvplnfln , uflul In all III branrhe.. ereiy bouwlmlJ auJ a tru. pnitunler of rconoiny a will not per Tbd I. to notlfr the public that mil any hunting or anyuther trcpatng on our farm., but we wl punlih any peraon or jernini m trwpaulng to tb. fullextentol the law. Not 4, 13S7. J.t.UKS I'KVI'LEH. C. 31. SVOO.A3lOItK. A.M. J. ii.SIIi.t.KIt, WILLIAM 'Kl,Al, Jr.ll IlKVK. III ulito lal. are luarknlliy oI .etiw anJ not line uaJmllteJ to llf column, that coulJ ollen.l tb. iujt fattlJIou. tatl. PUBLIC SALE JLuiifl, .Stock and Crop. I Harpor'a Periodicals, H.rt will i.l I at public auction to the highest bidder TwontyaiTen heaj ol extra good yearling mule, 4 Mule Coll.. 1 aged mule., 15 fitrfho.U, 1 bunch ol yrit ling Cattle, and a good Una of Farming lin idementa, rouiliiing of Wagon., I'low., (Joan Young l'i pie Comblneil Mower and Iteaper and orerythlng In Ito.taiM frr lo all .utorllmn In the United the farming line, 200 barrel, ol Corn, Hay In barn and aeveral itacki, lot of Wheat In earner. Home-hol- d rjtalt., tanala or Merlro and Kitchen Furniture will alao be Mid. A Tract of I,and, conalitlng ol I tit Arrcn,tl' b uln with th. ttnt The Volume! ol tho IUir for lanuary ol eai h yar. When no time uatidon Dlx Hirer, and on. of Git AcreH, lying nuinlxr liuientloniil .lib rlp'lou. will brg n with tho mi the IjAiicaitvr pike, between the farm ol the lata Ueo. King and J. K. Carton, will alto lie aold. mimlx'r curieiil at the time of receipt of orJor Term. maJe kuown on day of .a In. Boun'l Volume, of ll.rper'. Hartr, for tbrw . II. KVANN. by ut year. lack, In neat cloth tilnJIiif, lll or by .iprm, free) of expen.. mill, .io;e p.lil, (proTlJeil the ireliihl Jicinot eiceil I' pr fur 17 pr Volume. Clolli t'awa for each Tolume .ultablo lor blnj ttpM, on iwelpt of Inj, will bjeiil by mall, It etch. p .bnuM If ui.'le by pottotbre money ltniiltt.n. is onleror il'aft, toarold ilianw of lo.i All llii' I'ATTKKN'S oit lli tonuMlmliiKlhe Newtp.prr. rn ii it in ciipy thta aJTertlt.ment rrar for tiotlilni: in .llu of fruiu J'UK)to "ill") by without i Up expreei order ! llariHT A llroth.ri. for ubcrlli!iii II tltl'l U. WprHr IH New Vofk. Addft-- Hrr Mailn. Harper'. Wily...M. IIrir'. . Hirar ma teak. 00 I 00 ... 4 03 ... 2 00 II On Frhlny, Doc 10, 1887, 2J-t- d -- PRESBYTERIANS Who not take tb. lj.Tler, .bould Art Ilrraltl and I'rra rivr Samfl. copy of that paper FOB till. SEND Nlampi Onr-lVn- t A. and a b.autlful Calendar for 1888 Or .end name, and addre.ne of ten or rnor. I'renbrt.rUn. of different f.mtlie. who dn net now take the papar, and rerelr. th. and .ample corjr free, hendatonee. Mention nameof church and p.ttor, and .ay wb.r.ynu aaw thla AJilren 4'1S Inch... UKaUaXn 171 ANI rKKMIlYTKK, hut Utiiit, Cucianiti, (X ARBUCKLES name on a paolcage of COFFEE la a guarantoo of ozcollenco. ARIOSA COFFEE Is kopt In all flrst-olastores from tho Atlantic to the Pacific sa There are now in use on American rail road 20 115 locomotives, 19,252 passenger in sight of town, a "whi.ky boat" on the ctrs, 6325 biygane earn, S 15,914 re'hl opposite side of the river and are in easy cars. The total cost of thi-- t rolling stock is daily commuuicaiion with Oweneboro with $700 0CO,000 If made up in one train it her scores of saloons and eighteen would be 5 600 miles in length or stretch Ths SemiWeekly Interior Journal and yet, the local option law. is a twice across the coniinent. succeed. It is true men get drunk occaAND Bucklens's Arnica Safve sionally, hut there is not one drunken man The best ale In the world for Cut., Bruises, -iwon our streets cow where there were twtnly Sore., Ulcer., Salt Rheum, Keror Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Cbllblatna, Corns, and all Skin when tbe saloons were in vogue. Our town Eruptions, and potltlTely cure. Piles, or no pay reTwo,. tbl, l is more quiet and peaceable; our people quired, It ltguarankHxl to giro perfect satisfacare more prosperous and happy. We have tion, or m ney refunded. Price, ii cent, per box. WilhTwel.e Ord.rt for Cut P.p.r P.tl.rni of your own tol.ction and of any tire. For Hal. by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. no vice breeding, BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR, place, of resort, and our boys are growing A Woman's Discovery ro. up sober and industrious. Lewuport Sen"Another wonderful dlscorery has been mad. (THREE FIFTY). and tbat too by a lady in tbla county. Disease tinel, faatenod ltt clutches upon her and lor aeren year A law prohibiting false pedigree of stal th. withstood lta ser treat taat. but her vital orlions bat been enacted by tbe New York gans were andermlncd and death seemed ImmiLegislature. It require that before adver nent. For three months aho coughed lucosuntly and could not aleep, She bought ol ut a bottle ol Of till tlto luunxliicH. tising tbe stallion, tbe agent or owner shall Dr. King'. New Dlscorery lor Consumption and C'ONTAIMNO STOIUK1, I'OKX", 1NU OTHKIl ATTIIACTIOM., AltTltTir.hrmN. file in the county clerk's office a report of waaao much rellered on taking first dose tbat .be Tiric, and lloumiou UATTr.lia. irlf OrlyliKil Hfrrl fiiiyrar the pedigree and tbe terms of service, upon aleptall nlgbt and with one bottle hit been IfiMfrifnl Viofoffniriire, Oil cured. Her nam. la Mrs. Luther Lutt.' fii(, H'ooilrirf, making it theJ'lrlnrrm iiiirf which the county cltrk shall iasue a certiJloilrl Sliiuit. hie Thus writ. W. C. Hamrick A Co , ol Shelby, N. C tine of America. ficate or license. The law having beeu Get a trial bottl. at A, II, Penny', drug atoro. Kch Magiulno contain n routxiti onlrr rntltllnt? complied with, the service fee constitutes Hie bolder lo tlm erlrclluii of any puttrni lllustrulrd 7Ae rerdict Unanimous In the fntlilon ilcimrtmrnt In thut numlwr, and In makliiR paltrni. a legal lien upon tbe mare and foal until any of the .irea inanufactiirod, W. D. Hult, Druggist, Bippua, Ind testifies: "I thryrarof tho iiluu of out Hirer dollar ilurlntf paid, can itLommend Et.ctrlc Bitten aa th. rery beat DKMOIIKST'S MONTHLY U JnHly cntltlcil the WONDERFUL i:iomiiv He ha taken no thought of himself or his party. His courage is almost without parallel in political history. Jackson's war 'Tla (aid tb. amlle. of Kgypt't queen, Ureal Anthony', fair charmer, on tbe U. S, banks and Lincoln's proclama Did more to conquer Koman mien lion of emancipation were of the same na Than pith of Northern armor;, a ture, but no more courageous, timely and Tbou, too, with tb. aam. weapon, may necersary to the welfare of the Nation Subdue each boaoni adder, Qrover Cleveland is the greatest popular And tlaah o'er earth a cheering ray To make llacreaturetgladder, leader of the day. He has risen superior ItonT. L. Datij. to the politics of tbe time. Tbe democrat CraW Orchard, Ky. ic party cannot cut loose from him; ''it KIND IVORDS. must sink or swim, live or die, survive or Kansas City Star Tick Stanford Intckiok Jouiikal trie, perish" with him. (Dm)l the merits of in near (Jjttrell prena in a A Bofttoo jury has decided that a cigar uiamtuotb eiirbt page edition, winch it is a drug, and therefore that an apothecaln.it Kridar. Tne paper was tt parary can rell one on Sunday without viola gon of beauty and a "joy forever," as it is, bettriug the iuiprtsi in erery cor ting the law. The verdict is very timilar ner ol the editor a remarkable nevrepaper to that once secured by Tom Marshall, in genius, It'll a cold day wnen Walton don't Kentucky, to the t fleet that "seven up' if turn all his brethren of the country press not a game of chtn:e, but gttne of still down in a heap for enterprise and uenertl The decision was arrived at by pulling an unskilled against the skilled plavers am ng Lebanpoints of excellence. the jury for moneyed stakes Tbe defendon Enterprise. Editor Walton, of tbe Interior Jodu-NAI- ., ant, charged with gambling by means of a Perhap' has provided his office with new press- game of chance, w.b acq lilted. es and all the nectmsry paraphernalia of a the jury in liton smoked some of thr N. Y. World. s printing office and about the first apothecary's cigar. ol January next will give bis paper a new Why Atlanta "Went Wet. The die dress. This evidence of prosperity will cussion as to the enure which led to the gratify the host of friends and admirers at- result of the recent "wet" or "dry" eWc ion tached to EJitor Walton, ilia paper is a in Atlanta has become sufficiently protectsplendid example of exalted journalism, ed. Brittly, it was because a msjotitv of and, without disparagement of any other the people wanted a drink when they were paper in Kentucky, can be complimented as thirsty without tbe neceuity of smeakint: standing at the head in yery many of the through three alleyways ind up seven pairr essential features of a firsl-clanewspaper of stairs, as is the cheerful cus'oai in Rao-8and family journal, Frankfort Capital. Knnats Ct y Time. "get-therfirst-classs a. The imller, not the freter; O.U all the homtg. and th. gift. Tbla big world hu to acatter, Mt. Vornon, Ky. John D. Carpenter, HusinnTllle;. I M Elmore, Stan ord. James Bf alley, dtantord; J M. Philips, Stanford; A. It. Pennr, Hanforu; Mr.. Kannla Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Karra, Lancaster; (leu W J. Landram, Lancaster; attention given to diseases ot children. Cbarlea bandldge. Junction City; W. M. Payne, Special(277-- tf PreacbenTllle; Mrs E M Carpenter, Stanford; Wal-tcMr.. Mggl Holmes, Crab On bard; O. T -- tKPKRKNCP.: J. DR. S. C. DAVIS, Physician mid Surgeon, Incaster IHlyr ANNOUNCEMENT OP TOECE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER FOR 1888. that promises serious and radical changes In the past and present schemes of the An epoch lit the history of American politics BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment Sciatica, Lamhago, Rheumatism. Burns, Scalds, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Bunions, Corns, Buyers and Sellers of legislation anil Political Favor. Of wealth produced, 80 per cent, to the ana "JO per cent for the actual Srodticer the unequal division between non- - CURBS Contracted Scratches, Sprains, Strains, Stitches, CAPITAL AND LABOR. The Labor Field haa been carefully kept open for all comers, and promiscuous Immigration not only encouraged, but the very wont foreign pauper labor has been contracted for and Imported. In order that ennipetltlon would cheapen the cot of labor and force It to accept any pr ky ortered. - while EVKIIY AVENL'E OK IWIPE. 'IITIO.N- HA DEES EFFECTUALLY CLOSED IS THE INTFItnSTS OF MONOPOLIES AND AMI MANrr'AOTt'KEKS. CORl'OUATIONS CAPITAL. Thus It is, the Eruption, Hoof Ail, Screw Muscle, StiffJoinU, Backache, Worm, Swinney, Saddle Gall, Galli, Sores, Spavin Cracks. Tiles. Rich Grow Richer and the Poor Poorer National, to such an extent as to render the Elective Franchise a nullity, If not a farce, and elected offlclats mere nguro-head- THIS COOD OLD STAND-B- Y accomplishes for everybody exactly what lsclalmed SUCCESS. Nice Little 1kohuiitionTovn. Herein Lewisport, we have a distillery A A Money Power has dictated legislation and the administration of Justice, both State and wiui.tii, TRUE TO ITS PAST HISTORY, will Tho editorial paje present a review of the past, the causes and of primary state leading up to the pre-cdisruption ItuiBerlcsof truthful, exhaustive aud unanswerable articles that will Mtow who and where and when originated the Infamous class legislation. During such a crisis a aubsldljed press, noma cogue speeches and purchaseablo politicians ao demoralize tho public mliul that a reliable ENQUIIIEK IS AN NECrWITY 'WIT1I EVERY VOTER OF PARTY. CREED OR FAITH WHATSOEVER of THE ENQOIUEU nt AUSO-LUTE forlt. Oneof the reasons for the great popularity ol tho Mustang Liniment la found In Its universal applicability. Everybody needs such a medicine. The l.unibermnnneedslt Incaaeof accident. . Tho lloutewlfo needs It for general family The Cannier needs It for hla teamsand hli meo. Tho Mechanic needs It always on hU work bench. distill-tillerie- n, and his stock yard. er The Miner needs It In caao of emergency. without It. The l'loueerneedslt-can'tgetalo- ng The Knriner needs It In Ids house, hU atabla. The Stcumbnnt man or the- UnntinHU ned - )emorest's 7Vlaa? n e $3,50 It In liberal supply afloat and ashore. youth-contaminat- D EMORESTS m THE BESl FAMILY NEWSPAPER a peer. TnE ENQUIRER will stand withoutmerchanAs a Qulde for buyers and sellers of bo will dise and produce. Its market reports of very found full, reliable, extensive, and from every commercial center v mia latestdate In size and quantity ol reading matter It is eaual to two of tho ordlnnry ones, all of whlen, and other excellent features, make It the economy. uso In needs It--it Is hU The Horsc-tunclfriend and safest reliance. The &tocU.growor needs It--It will save hint thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. The llnllrond man needs It and wilt need It long as his llfo Is a round of accidents and danger. The Ilnckwoodainnn needs It. There U notn. Ingllke It as an antidote for tho dangers to life, limb and comfort which surround tho pioneer. The Merchunt needs It about his storaamoaf hi. employees. Accidents will happen, and wheas these come tho Mustang Unlraent Is wanted atosoa. Keep a llott le In the Hoiue. lis the beat ot b.t Keep n Dottle In the Factory. ItslmmeaUt cae of accident aTes pain and loea of wagas Keep a Bottle Always In the Stable far when wamed. mlrac-uloua- ly Largest, Best, and Cheapest Paper in the Country. THE DAILY A. Grituii "omli nation INTERIOR JOURNAL And tho LoutsTllla TERMS! ENQUIRER. 1Mo.3Mos.6Moj. 1 THE Yr. M 00 COFFEE is novor good when oxposed to tho air. Always buy this brand In hermetically sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. World". Moilel Maguzlno. Tho Inse't In Koim.tbo Urjeat In Clrcnlallon, nnrt tho brut TWO Dollar Family Macalno laaiieil. IW will b the Twenty tblnlycarof Ita publication. It U conllnually Im. proved and eo citen.lrcly as to plnco It nl the head It coniatna TM pace larso of Family Periodical. quarto. 8 VxW4 Inches, elecnntly printed and fully I'ubllahed by W. JvnnliiBa Oeniorrit, llluatratixl. New Yorlt, AND BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMBINED WITH THE Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Year. MS HChicken cholera U easily subdued with remedy. Every bottl. aold baa glren relief In evbottle, and waa cured cae. On. man Ganler'i Chicken Cholera Case. It also eryRheumatism ol 10took six standing." Abraham years of Improves tbe general health of the chicken Hare, druggist, Bellvill., Ohio, affirm.; "The Bold and warranted by McRob.rU A Stagg. boat selllDg medlcln. I bare ever bandied lo my s 20 year.' experience Is Electric Bitter. " Men talk of It being hard times for the of other, hav. added their testimony, to can buy tbat the verdict Is unanimous tbat Electric Bit. poor, and yet a poor man a locomotive for $9,000 which would have Uri do cur. alldlaeaaosof th. Liver, Kldn.ys or Blood. Only a balrdollor a bottI.it A.Ii Penny's coat him $30,000 ten years ago. Drug Htore. Thou-sand- Sunday and Dally... .81 SO Dally except Sunday . 1 35 BW 3 Z 87 00 a 00 li Weekly On Courier-Journ- al THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER. Prico Is uniform for each and every r. year for only SS two pipers for little more t&an the prlca ol one. Courier-Journa- One copy, one year One copy, six months " JOHN R. McLEAN, Proprietor, CINCINNATI, OHIO. By paying ui 8.1 you will recrlre tor on year l, th your horn, paper with the representative newspaper of the South, democratic and for a tar I a for revenue onlr, and the best, brightest and ablest family weekly In tbe Unlt4 States. Those wbo doalre to examine a aarapls copy of tha roii,,'Ti,,ria,an "i's rin. Ri Stanford, Ky December 16, 1887 W. P. WALTON. been rather a hard year on the Napoleoni of Finance, Harper, who wreck, ed the Fidelity Bank, of Cincinnati, goes where several of his ilk have gone before Tuia has 9 1 President. ted, but if it serves as a warning to other Grand Master Workman Powderly is financiers" it may suffice. reported dangerously ill from hemorrhage of the lungs. Bill Chandler has oflered a bi to Joel Crowlher, a drunken cigar-makregulate Congressional elections in the of Claremont, Vt., choked his mother to Btates of South Carolina, Mississippi, death Monday night, Florida and Louisiana, providing for the A collision on the C. A O. railroad appointment of supervisors by the presinear Clifton Forge, killing Conductor Frey dent, whose duty shall be to see that the and two other men. colored man and brother is permitted to A train has been put on that makes vote free from intimidation or other cause the trip from Chicago to Sau Francisco in The Honorable Bill wants no doubt to get .1 days and 15 hours. another chance to count his party in, but It is stated that 40,000 lives have been the South is done with ret limine boards sacrificed in building the ship canal across and other devices to thwart the will of the the Isthmus of Panama. people. The elections in the South are Edmunds, of Vermont, has introduced fully as free from fraud as in anv part of into the Senate a bill for the establishment the country. of a postal telegraph system. There's coal water in the Kanawha at At the if quest o the Grand Army o the Republic a bill has been introduced in last, and a fleet of coal coming for CincinCongress granting a pension to every solnati and the down river markets. dier and sailor, who is incapacitated for the The Diisy coal mines, on the Cincinperformance of manual labor, and for pen- nati Southern, have been sold to Chattanoosions to dependent relative of deceased ga and Georgia parties for $100,000. The firm of De Castro & Co., commissoldiers and sailors. Why not go the whole hog at once and ask for a service sion and shipping merchants, New York, pension for to this complexion it is coming has assigned with liabilities of a million of fast? Our braye defenders saved the coun dollars. Phelps, Dodge St Palmer lost their try and it is but natural tint they should large boot and shoe establishment at Cni-ci- go want to poseess it entire. by fire; damage 5S0O.0OO, insurance The democrats of the Kentucky detect600 000. ion, according to Judge Kincaid,convinced Ben Hopkins, assistant cashier of Hr-per'since the Taulbee ecnpide that a Bink, is now on trial at Cincinnati is imperative, have and will likely, follow his chief to the peniformed themselves into one and resolved tentiary. to always stand together; that any member President Sidi Carnot has after much, caught shall be expelled; that the associatrouble succeeded in forming a cabinet. A tion is too groi for republicans; that a cabinet office in France does not seem as committee be appointed to coach new memmuch sougnt after at in this country. bers. Standing resolutions stating sorrow The $20,000 outir g mill of Rogers & that any brother should be caught passed BaHBin, Carlisle, burned, together with and ordered to be illuminated. bushels of wheat; insurance $5,000 in Woso An Huko, a rich Chinese mer- the Millers' Association. Cuse unknown, Mineapolis, the greatest flour market chant, has been convicted in the Federal Court at San Francisco of importing Chi- in the world, has 2d mills producing 35, The Pillsbury alone nese girls for immoral purposes. His plan 375 barrels daily. was to bring these girls over and eell them produces 7,000 barrels of flour every 24 to the lecherous Ctlifornians, who could af hours postmasters are ford it at $200 to $000 each; The facts de Third and fourth-clasveloped atthe trial were yery disgusting holding a convention in Washington, the and showed that tho trt fie in human boJiea purposes of which is to present their griev had reached Urge proportions. ancei to the department in a tangible he shape. Senatok Beck has given notice that The City Council, of Atlanta, fixed will offer a bill to reduce the postage on 81,500 as the cost of a retail I qtior seller's letters of an ounce and les in weight to one license The orJinance restricts saloons to cent, if after inquiry into the advi3bility certain streets and provides for strict reguof such action, the poatoffice committee de It i claimed that lation. cides in (he affirmitive B? the explo'ion of a boiler at a steam the increase in buiines will j'Htify it and saw mill near Saymour, Ind., Henry and since the department is not self sustaining William Harlow, two of the millmn, were anyway, it had just as well call for ten milkilled instantly, aid David Rose had an lions as five to run it. arm broken. Lloyd Brown, at Oensboro, washed HARrEB was fouud miilty on 32 count indictment the maximum penalty o his f ice in concentrated lye by mistake ol the nad the llssh w.s b lrned from his faie each of which is 10 years. Had the ho had been wnereyer the lye louche 1 it. He is suffer been cumulative an given tba full penalty on each count, Ma ing terribly. Term would bavo b'en fixed at j'isi 320 The Senate Committee on Privileges It would tako About that many and Elections decided unanimously to seat years. years for him to do full pjnauce fcr the Faulkner, of West Virginia, who was elect crimes he committed agihiat the poor, the ed by the legislature over Luca, the ap widow and the orphan pointee of the governor. Henry 8. Irei was arrested in New Just 1,200 applications for pensiona York on Tuesday afternoon on a wairant Mon were received at the Pension Bureau sworn out by Julius Dixtpr, charging him day, the highest number ever received in Hs wbb admitted with HtealingSlOO.OJO one day. And th's too with nearly 600, to bail in the sum of $25,000. 000 on the lis I At the rate the pension The Warren, Minn., Manufacturing list is urowing the question of surplus in Cimrianv'a Elevator, containing 30,000 the tiesiiry will soon adiust itself by all of The bun'ie's of wheat, burned Tuo'day, it being taken , elevator and contents were valued at A Circuit Judge at Ox'ord, O.. haB de insured, and were partly cided that a neuro has as much right in a Tii democratir primary election held white school a anybody, but th citizens in Lexington Wednesday resulted in the seawear by the eternal that they will not sub- lection of Char'es W. Komhee as mayor. mit; they will die first Be pleased to re- Judg-- Mtt Walton was complimented member that this is the enlightened Nor li with a walk over for recorder, aud not the laWen and degraded South. -- The ma'oh bstwsiin Jack Dauip'ev apd are no spring ohickens amorg the Johnny Reagan tor $1 000 a side and the There United State Senators, but all ar elderlv m ddle weight championship of America, Naw York an.l resulted in 'iirave and noble seisnoH." Kenna, of took plaoiiear Virginia, i the youngwt, beinu but a victory for Djinpsey on the lib. round. West It is said that over 2 000 persons pro39, and Payne of Ohio, and Morrill, of being each 77. About fessed conversion at Moody's meetings in Vermont, the oldest, Pittsburg, fie will be in Louisville after CO years is the aversee of the sees. Cnristuias to try hand on those tenighted Taulbee says ne wan only a hugging heathen, the newspaper men, for a week or and a kissing of her. There i no harm to two kisa the pretty, red, pouting lips of a A daughter of Joseph Mullen, living petticoats, if she is willing, so why in Cabell county, West Virginia, shot and make all this hellahelloo about ii? killed a colored burglar Monday night is still pegging away at his who was trying to enter Mr. Mullen's houso. Carlisle He fell dead on the porch, shot'through the sescommittees and the House is not in bead. sion. er e 2,-0s reu-ten1 $25,-000a dar-linc- in guilty and the judRe giving him the full The total number of bills oflered in the penalty of the law, 10 years in the Ohio Senate last Monday reaches 594 and if all penitentiary. As the sentence waB passed of the money they call for Is appropriated, upon him great lears coursed down his they will take fully $500,000,000 from cheeks while his faithful wife eat wringing the treasury. Truly has the President said her hands in the very agony of diepsir. that the surplus is a never failing incentive Harper was ordered to prison at once and to wild and dangerous schemes against the before 10 o'clock the same night he was government. Let taxation be reduced to eafely locked in the celt that for 10 years, the minimum amount necessary to run an unless something lucky for him turns up, economically administered government and acmust be his solitary abode. A more then there will be no surplus to tempt the complished rascal has hardly ever before designing Congressman. gotten his deserts. He is the typical NEWSY NOTES. scoundrel, false to his friends, whose money appropriated to his selthh designs, a he Mrs. John Jacob ABtor is dead at New robber of the hard earnings of the poor York, aged St). and untrue to his wife, whose beauty of de James W. Lapsley has been appointed votion through all his disgraces has be poetmaster at Eto, Russell county. witcome the admiration of all who have M. Hetenstein has been elected PresiTen years is light dent of Switzerland and M. Hammer Vice nessed or read about it. punishment for the crimes he has commit- to the penttenliarr, the jury finding him the Georgetown lima, is in a fair way to become a bloated money devil. The Australian government, alarmed at the ravages of the continually increasing rabbits, has offered $175 000 to any person who can devise the means of their extermination. The editor says a colony of Kentucky negroes would clean them out in a hurry and is so confident of the plausibility of his plan that he has made a sight draft on the government for the full sum, not even taking the precaution to attach a notice of "no protest" to it. Editor Bell, of Gen. Thomas Klrbr Smith, of Pblla-delphidied suddenly Wednesday morning in New York, aged 67 years. At the close of the war he was chief of stall to Gen. Grant. At Huron, Dakota, the house of Michael Harris caught fire and spread so rapidly that before any of his family save himself and yoiing daughter could get out, they were burned up the mother and six children. Mrs. Sarah Hayden, young and very beautiful, was found hanging to the bed post in her room in the Lexington Asylum Sunday night. She was from Pulaski, to which county her remains were taken for interment. As there is a measley contest for his seat, Speaker Carlisle would not appoint the committee nn elections, but viciting his seat requested the Houie to do so. Crisp was made chairman and the other members named. The Atlanta prohibitionists now hope to see their principles prevail in the city, not through any local legislation but as a result of a State prohibition law, which, tbey assert, will be passed by the next Georgia Legislature. William Cundiff, a bad character of Adair county, being warned to leave the county, procured a gun and shot and killed Talt Bradshaw, an estimable citizen. Though pursued and fired upon by a body of men Cundifl escaped. Near Point Pleasant, W. Va , Henry Fawcett and wife locked in a room their three children, their oldest but five, and leaving them, went to church. Returning, tbey found their house in ashes and their children burned to death. Senator Reagan introduced a bill to regulate immigration, under the provision of which the O.d World paupers and jail birds, such as Most and his fellows will be restricted in their free passage into and through the United States. The boiler in Lindsay's saw mill and tobacco hogshead manufactory, Ml. Sterling, exploded killing W D. Stephenson, the sawyer, and badly wounding two other men. The boiler weighed 8,000 pounds but it was blown 125 feel and did great damage to property. Probably a quarter of a million of dollars has bean sunk in the sinking of gas wells in Kentucky, yet not a foot of natur-a- l gas is being utilized in the State, save at the Brandenburg salt works, where it has been doing good service for 22 years. Louisville Times. The skeleton of Edward Higg, who came from Denver two months ago to marry Miss Ella Brown, at Owensboro, was found in the woods four miles from town. He had $150 with him when he came and there being no trace of it, he was doubtless murdered and robbed. Last Sunday T. Ii. Renfroe shot and Ren killed 8. W. Begley, at Pineville. froe's small son had snapped a toy pistol in Begley's face, for which the latter pueted him on the sidewalk, the boy resenting this by thioMng a stone at Begley. The killing resulted from this. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY, BARNARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lancatter. Our fox hunters have at last caught a fox -- in a steel trap. The town has put on a Christmas look, every store having more or less holiday goods. Florida oranges fresh from the groves of B. M Burdett, Killarney, Fla., at Geo. D. Burdett A Co's. Don't forget the musicale at the College on the 23rd. I am directed to say it will be a Rood thing. The Sandifor matter is luttled and Mr. Sandifer keeps his place as stamp deputy This is no more than was expected here. 1). M. Lackey has improved the appearance of his store room by the appllca tion of fresh paint, paper, soap and water, etc. It is a matter of fact that the Hon. James B, McCreary slicks to his friends closer than a brother, and every good democrat is his friend. The life insurance business seems to be having quite a boom here recently. It is a good thing and I am glad to see so ma ny taking hold ol it. J. G. Sweeney left on Wednesday for a short visit to the lakes of Killarney, Flori da. J. Henry Hankla, of Junction City, was in Lancaster yesterday. Our confectioners are enterprising, A. Schilling display a handsome cake of his own making, while T. G. Stephens has be gun the manufacture of candy. Rev. Humphries preached at (he Bap. list church on Sunday night on the "Providences of God." Rsv. McWilliama filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian churcn Sunday. -- If the Hon. Charles W. Buck should conclude to run against Mr. Beck for the Senate, it will be the old story of "bucking the tiger and losing his all. Mr. Buck had best be satirfied with Peru, John S. Armstrong and wife, of Dallas Texas, are visiting al Capt. Frank White's. L. G. Hubble, of Washington City, is on a visit to his parents at Hubble. L. F. Hubble ha returned to Birmingham. TLey are at it again in the Sou Now let us have this question settled: Who kilb? The good God or him who hath the power, namely, the deyll. The people of this community want to see the arguments Let the discussion go on Thomas Johheon, Jr., has an ofler to go to Harrodshurg to go into busino. It is more than likely he will accept. S. M. Peacock has removed into hi new property purchased from W. J. Lloyd. Uncle Billy Noel is some belter. George Cates, of Louisville, was in Lancaster several dare this week. E. C. Browning and W. N. Jones, ol Winchester, are visiting in tin. B. K. WEAREN, UNDERTAKER Ami denier iu- - ! Fn rn i in e af fives? Brnmiji h 9 Parlor Sets, Bed Room Sets, Lounges, Tables, Sec, In endless variety. If you want to make- a - You could not go to a better nor a chonjcr plnco than to B. K. WEAREN, Stanford. GEO. T. P0RTMAN, Proprietor of Portman House Restaurant Oysters, Pheasants, Ducks, Quail and Venison served in any style. I.envo ordiTH for any ol the iihoio nut! Iliuj III he unit prompt ly in your rtHl(leiicu or plnco nf hiiMntNM. S. S. MYERS! I havo bought a lurgo stock of city. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUN1I. Mr W, G. Marks is the parent ol a fine boy this mcrning. P. Mullsney, whose dangerous illnes-ha- s been noted, is rapidly improving. Put Muldoon's Irish Comedv Company is due at the opera houre on the 22 I inl Mr T. M Clarkson and Miss Ricbael A. Hamner obtaiued marriage license on Wednesday. Messrs. W. F Evan and R P Jacobs about two are in New Mexico, to be sb-eweeks. Miss Sallie Montgomery, of Wash ington county, is visiting Miss Katie Burdett, in this county. Jo Haas has shipped 0,000 dressed turn and New York this week keys to Engleman A Fields sold Wednesday lo K D. Stout, of Du Biique. lows, the biy mate Mabel, by D cutor, dam Vic, by Maiubrl no Cnief, for f 2 2 j0. Tip Bruce also rolil to Ben Kindlg, ul York, Pennsylvania, the biy gelding, Robert McKinney, by Black's Htmbletoniac; price unknown. Jack Hudson, alias Jlnck liudwhs-tie- , had a fihl with Mr (Jury, of the Wednesday evening and beathiui up He ws before the police cotir' badly. Thursday morning and fined $50, in default of which be wss sent to the workhouse. Tout Miller, for shooting in the town limits, is to he tried this (I'ntirsdnv; evening. Frank Jjhnson swore before the polio-cou- rt Wedue'dar that ho bought some beer from Tmouish Slaughter, a co.ored Thomas and tever.tl others swore ma that what Joh son said was not true, thei juty believed I'nomas and the others ard did n t believe Johnson and r,onquently acquiitel Tlioums, Johnson expects to continue in the witness business for some time yet. nl Bo-to- Hlalaga Grapes, Lemons, Raisins, Dates, Figs, I can I Fruits. Oranges, And Nuts of all kinds, cut them all and llicy iiiiihI In; noIiI. Conic to Head- N. S. MYi:itN. quartern. Dr. Brown is by no means disabled, though of late days rheumatism has pecu liar terror for him. Mrs. Will Bishop bought the millin ery establishment of Mrs. Green and will and a de carry on the business with sire to pleare. The meeting at the Christian church closed Sunday night. Kir Mr. Minship, a Meihodisi preacher and teacher, is prospecting at Morelaml. Public sympathy is respectfully solicited. Your correspondent passed through No noticeable a birthday on Monday. that the rain ceised, demonstration, exc-the skies grew bright anil everything went on as usual. "Tone" Hum, after selling his grocery business to other day, rnounwl his horse, rode out and looked at the fall grus and returning boiightwut Charlie Bishop. Ho is therefore a groter and confec ioner again, or at least is one to day. I learn that G K. Peacock has sold his drug business to J G. Weatherford The supposition is that "Freely" has not retired permanently, but lidding that his double avocation was loo much for one man, he concluded to put the pharmaco in abeyance uatil he shall inveilispo pti-ied of his botanical investigations amng "orange blossonn." Your enterprising yiung b tn. smiled on our village TiiaaJy for a few brief moments. He gave out that he was on his way to Cisey. It is shrewdly suspect ed, however, that he has gone to Russell Springs for the benefit of his inlant moos tache -- in other words, that it is his purpose to "tarry in Jerico until his beard bo grown " Stanford lies long boasted of her "Mer ry Bachelors." She had baiter look to her laurels; for Hustonville is lorming the nucleus of an aociuion which bids fair to become a power in the land Thus far it can Bhow only thres members, but tbey evidently mean busings. They have lak-e- n and furnished a house and are ready to receive appliciticm for membership. They talk of adopting the motto, "Tlib home of the friendless," as the designation of their hostelry. A recipe for good liquid blueing J;for laundry work: Tike one ounce of soft Prus-siablue, powder it and put it in a bottle with one quart of clear rain water aud add acid. A leaspoonful of 1 ounce ot oxalio mis is sufficient for a large washing. zl General Merchandiser, Keeps" on bund a largo assortment of everything in his line, docs ho call the attention of buyers to his full Hlock of but especially Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hals and Notions. No merchant in this commuuity U better prepared to pleiico you than he In Iiih 'irocery department he has almost everything and uU as low as unyl n experience of '2S years iu thii butiiuw bun lieen of value to him body. and he promises to give you tho benefit of it when you buy of him. To bis patrons lie is very thankful for their patronage and aikH a continuance, ,irom ising always to Hell good goods as low as they can be bought anywhere. pt x. it. i:i..noici:. ficrii. .11. i. ixmoici:. 010! NNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE tie Commercial Gazette.' The Weekly Edition of a It Stands on the Top Shelf in Character, It is the Beit Newspaper, It is a Republican Paper, It is tIEt IPI0US. Itevs, Eyans una Hopper are holding h The material used In laundrying aud collars, to make them bo glossy con In the elections in Alassachusetts on slsts of the following: "Pour a pint of Tuesday, Worcester weiit republican and l.ill uinlar llnnn 1 QtlnCeS of L'llm rbic. Boston democratic, both places voting So cover it, and let it stand oyernigl.l. Usa a favor of licence. tablespoonful of this. meeting at Frankfort, which had resultid in 15 additions to last account. The protrude I ineeiing at Mound Hill Christian church, Carroll county, condun ed by Eld W II. Maloney, closed with 7S additions. The Hev, Mr Berry declined thp call from Mr. Ileeoher'a thiirch saying that he had consecrated hii life to a rertain work in England and could not give it up A number of distinguished Presbyterian diyines of both branches of the Church are In session it Louisville to consider the question of uniting the Churches as before the war. Rev S E. Wishard, D D., late synod ical missionary in Kentucky, has accepted a call to the First church in I) a Moines Iowa, and has. already entered on the discharge of his duties there. Dr. Wishard spent four months last winter and spring doing special and excellent work in Utah ctiflu for the Board, n the Family Paper, It is the Soldier's Paper, It is tho Farmer's Paper, Oralis lUWIlt .' to Tho Woolily GuzottofonUlnn tllty.tlx iuiuua ufchulio remliiK inMlir, and In lurnlnhcl per irlcc Uu ilinu motenli a week uinitll-r- t ai in low lutoui Olio Doll.tr wr nrinu u unit ug ilm m a family newt, top jr. It ! ill" let Kf'iilllcaii tirwaiaHr III Ihn I nlrnl MatiM. It In In uper mill It K'vl' " ll"inwi with ,(ry di'ilrnMc detail Iu Jtcpiit Iij.c, with tho lotion Inn ilepart- - DOLLAR l It is L TTE!A.IL the Children's Paper. ! 'lhe Financial ami Commercial w'H known throughout the country. Rr IrliKrapb Are kItcii infull Ml llielr rllnMlltr ul every Uy Iroiu Nt-- York auilCliicaKoouT tiir own wim, (jlvlu uottiui facta aj to the market. alwuya Uen (onaMertil of more raluo to fa rule i a than iular feature anJ Nonnol the moil ny times too to.l of tne pajur. Thle department iacarefally edited hy men of lonn experience. ItcportM Itfits The Agricultural Department hi The Chimney Corner, ma- KxduilTely for vru n Weekly and Ueiul-Wtek- and the little folki, Isonoof the attractive and valuable features of the iditlona. ftoin all parla of the world, appear t very weok Id both the OriRinal Storlcn ami Choice NcIccJIohh, 'I With the moat lutfreatlnit lorrniondence edltlouj. y uJ WeoWly 1 a word, l a complete newapajr, and ahould farmer and prcfi tsloiml mau in the United etatea. he Weekly .Semi-Weekly In U a z.u lead by erery merchant, manufacturer, mechanic, tic. la printed Tucadny and Friday at tu Order sample copy foryour Irltnd or neighbor. iMi'lCztra Inducements to Club Agent, for iMi-8- 3. Address The tt Jr. Ga.eele Tho Commoroial Gazotto Co., Cincinnati," O. nal Salt t Albright $2 per barrel. Decomborlfi, 1887 Otangt-R- , ft Co, Brodbetd for ClIIUBTMAtJ CANDIES, Nil la, Stanford, Ky . O. Date. Ac, at "Model Orocerr." ed by Penny' 1 A Hilgln. FlRi, A, Warren'a " WALTON, lIuatnoBB MunnKur, I'ubllnltcd lumtlav -- AT ''' ex- Foil Rant, the More-rooDrue Hlorr. John lUugtiuian m lately occupiI'osfiwion Jan. A I. A nor kooiI tf'J I'CHANNUM, OAHII. L. N. LOCAL TIME CARD. oen ry." and varied uortuient of Christ-mand Glawware now at A. A. Warren' "Mjtlel Grocein China f ltnntltiitootllf w.crrJIt that ll.JO will t pected and drinanilnl. Mall txpifM train" I trln going Norlh... Bouth Boutb -- 03 ........... I N a.m Nwth Theiie will be a Christinas Tree at - 6C 35 A. u Uxl 'Freight North 55 A M Monday night, 'Jtiih, for the benefit " South The Utter trln alio larrj putciiKen. of the poor people. All are Invited and ttaiaQTi li calculated on tundard time. Holif those who can will please contribute. I aril Ahout 20 inlnuUw latter kTc. II 131 r. r.u M and McKoberta A Btagg have already opened up their Chrintuai Kooda and the younlers are looking on with fond admiration. A. K. 1'knny We have an elegant assortment of muf- 485 pounds at 4 cents, and to T. E, Woods, for the and William Moreland 31 head MOO lb. " ctttle at $3.00 per hundred. II. A. Head-le- y holidays. Owiley & Craig. o iii sold to Htnlth A Anderson, Saturday It U stated that an Indictwent has been 1,0 28 bushels of wheat at 82 j cents per found aitainst Eugene Z itnmertnan, one of bushel. J. O. Eans sold to George Coijar the Fidelity Dink directors, and that he COO bushsiN at 80 cents. Other sales of has quietly sailed for Europe. Mr. Z. is cattle were made at 3 to 3 GO for 000 to Chesapeake A 1 300 pounds president of the Danville Advocate. Nashville railroad. M, T Mareee was i rushed to death by An effort was made to effect an entrance a heavy saw-lo- g on a farm six milts west into the residence of M. D. Elmore Wed- of Somerset. nesday night by raising the window, but Mr. Elmore awoke in time to scare the RK1V ADVHlTISKMK.VrS. scoundrel off People had better keep their windows well bolted down. fler, cotton and illk handkerchiefs HOLIDAY GOODS. -- ed AT- T.K.WALfTOIW ON TUESDAY, NEXT, I shall open my Christmas Goods, consisting of The agent of the E na after much gling paid Mr. Griggs $150 on tbe -- hig- II. II.1NOKKSOLL. MASTERSO.f PEYTON. 1700 insurance she held on her house. The same company paid Mr. J. E. Bruce the full amount of his, $800 on hia house. The furniture lose is not yet fully adjusted, 1NGERS0LL & PEYTON, attokseys.at.laiv. knoxville, -- 5 tenn. local 'time card. m. and Train Itavc. llowlind at 7.20 a. 0 returui it r. m. LOCAL NOTICES. your school books and school sup from A. It. I'enny. Abk your itrocer for the Cincinnati Ha. kinK Co.' crackers and cake.. W ATCHKH and Jewelry repaired on shor ootlce and warranted by A. H. Penny. stock of jewelry, latest A ooMrLiTTK A. tyle. Kockford watches a pcialty. K. Penny. The firm of Penny A McAllster harinc dissolved, the accounts arc ready for eetlle tnent. Come at once and settle. You may are cost. I'UY pile PERSONAL. Mk J M Hah. ha gone to Atlanta a car of mules. Mis Nannie Head, of Boyle, is visiting Miss Jennie McKlnney. Maiisiial Newland is out again sfter his severe wll, looking like a ghost. and A J Mnmiuj F, L. Tho.mivoN Fish, of Ml Vernon, were here tliL week. plnce, S. II Hakdin, furnierly of thi-otuaster at Taloga. has been appointed with Kanut. Mil Ham M. Owenh, who has been ridden, was up yesterday for the tiret time in a week. Mes!kd. J. P. Haii.KV, I). It C'arpen ttr and K. C. Walton are attending court at Lihtrlr. Miw. Monie Dunn and Mr. Will Hiys, ol Hryanmville. are on a viiit to rel atives here. Jamkk W. Fox, 1j., of Jrllic, who represents a btu In.erest in the Cumberland Valley Land Company, was here Ttieoday, Mil, and Mux W. M. HlUUIN.S inovid to town yetrday and are occupying the hoii'S of Mr. Main street. John M. Mcltlerts, Hr , on Mii. It. J. Lvi.ro, t)f Nashyille, is on a visit to til r parent, Mr. and Mrs. J M ( ook, any was down to see Mrs It, IS Cooper, till week. Daunt, Smith Irwin, F. Wallace went In Dinville Tuesday night to attend a meeting of the council. Mil I.C. Monkoht, representing the Lotlirville JW, was here yeterdy, obtain-indata for a letter for hi paper, which hasconsiilerabln circulation here. back from Mil A J. HaYIien His aunt, Mrs. Sunereet, Wedlie'day. , illeil Nannie (libon, whom he went to while he wi there, of ron'tiinptioii, sril Mro'Ks M H. J F. Unlet and John g t ped U t 4- representing tie Pat Muliioon Cjinpmy, arrived to prepare the way for the coming of hi" show on the 'Jtith. The performance consists of an Irish comedy, which introdure a number of aood specially people. Miw K T. Yol'.nh and children left yesterday to join her hiisbtnd in DjIIhk, Texas, Their departure is the aubjeot o( general regret am! the; many friends they leave behind will rejoice to heir of their pro'peritv in tin L'uic S nr State. Mil ani Mito. J K. Plkahamo and family and Mr. George A. Phasants left yerften'aT tn make thtir home in California. Tnt 0'i'den Col i in our opinion tbe best pla- i- in the world to go, but we dMiKe to era Lincoln lose such divervini: people and excellent W II ,cL1.Lrrit, cilin. LOCAL AFFAIRS You will save ro-- t by paying the account you owe the lirm of Penny A McAlister if you pay before Jin. 10 Gum Coats, gum lnols, gum shoes, gum insoles, in gres.1 variety at II. C. Johnson's shoe shop, next do ir lo l.mntion Jouit-NA- i. ctlicr. ItioiiMONii'rt four National Uinks havo thieo on deposit SG'l 1,670 35. Lincoln' have $!i'Jl 789 72, or about a tnillbn of dollar in the two countio'. you will give suc'i article a neck nice pair of bootn or wear, underwear, shoe for Christmas gifls you will do right We have them. Owsley A Craig. Ik I Aonks JoNrH, who cut was .((quitted by Judge very spicy trial, the prool was a much to blame n more so. II o Hattie Marshall, Carson, after a allowing that one the other, if not " f the handsome building lot of Win. Craig, on Main street, opiKite the Female College, Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock harp, Dec. 21 h. John H. Craig. I wn.i.sell to the highest bidder We lay before our reader some S or 10 columns of new advertisement and if they will read them and then act upon the suggestion they cannot go amis. All of the lirms are substantial and reliable nod are worthy of your patronage. The treasury ollirial at Washington, afSome scoundrels killed a valuable cow will le carefully AUttitlceia Intruitcd to ter investigation, find that Mr. J. P. Hindi-fer- , belonging to Mrs James Par ton and skin- and promptly attended to. ui intended no wrong in taking an oath ned her, leaving the body to rot. It was by proxy and have dismissed the ctse. discovered after a day or bo and if the R. S. J.VO. M. PKKKIHS. VAallH. . hi hi scoundrels are discovered, a it is nearly Bkodiikad, Kr., May, lsS7. A Peyton. Maiteron Pey Inhektoll Albright A Mirtln be to Inlorui their many certain tbey will be, their hides should pay friendi andcuitomtriol i he change In firm name ton writes that he is wtll pleaded with his the penally. new home and is satisfied that his partner A PEKKIX0. The Cumberland Valley Land Company is the ablest lawyer in Kuoxville. See card lOPfi of the new firm and pilronize it, if you continue to add ta its possessions. Presi- utatlon of the old, but Intends to make many Im dent Boreing met with tbe resident board provements mine manuracture ol tobacco wnicn have anything in their line. We will our will bo to the lnteri-sto- l here Tuesday night, when a purchase of deTotereclal attention to our customers. brands Natural Leaf In selecting your Christmas presents 11,000 acres in Harlan county was consid of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, these hard times you should select some(red and ratified. This makes 30,000 acre we remain, Itetixctrully yours, We , JIAUTtX A M'EIIKIXH. thing that is durable as well as pretty. now owned by the company in Bell and till baye a very pretty line of ladies wraps, Harlan and it is still buying. dress goods and trimming; a large line of Cheat Kates. Tickets at one fare the Owsley A bed blankets, comforts, Ac. round-tribetween all points on the Queen Craig. The partnerfhlp heretofore A Cre-ceHaute, with liberal limit a to firm name of Jones A I'ull.or existing under the hi this day dissolved A visit to Mayood Tuesday disclosed date, will be sold for tbe Chrictmas and by mutual ror tent, Mr. Henry Kulber retiring. K. W. Jom aMumeiall HabllllUsand collects al with a big force hewWilliam Geer New Year's Holidays, This is an ncel-le- nt account. K. IV. JOS EN. ing down the rocky hillside to make room IIKMt EVIAIEII. opportunity to make cheap marketing Crab Orchard, Ky Dec. 12, 18S7. for a side track more than 500 feet long or visiting trip. For full particulars apThe work is very heavy and it is rather ply to depot or city ticket agents ilong the All (ierons having accounts with Jones A Ful-bstrange that the company should go to line of the Queen A Crescent Koute. must come forward and tettle by January 1st, 18S, a tbe firm's business must be settled at once. such expense, E.W.J. Tkk Inteiiioh JouiiNAL had always Dit. W. IJ. Penny's elongated statue rather say good things about people than ii. a, n'DOBoe seems to have taken on several additional had. It does not want to publish the mis- J, II JJKKSIION. feet since Monday niuht, since which time deeds of anyone and when it doei, it is anibe has been the proud parent of a black-eyeMERSH0N & D'BORDE, mated solely by the desire to bring the pergirl. Mother and little one doing ron to real .a the error of his way and -- THEwell ami the doctor in Mich tine humor he cause him to do better in tbe future. We will pull your teeth for nothing had intended giving an account of some to say shameful conduct of one ! The Cmine? Journal of Tuesday con- rude, not of Mr. L'lla Nield or two young men, but upon their personal tained a fine picture appeal aud of their friends, and a ptouilce and an excellent sketch of her life by her sT.ixrotti), kv. that they will not be guilty of a like of ureat admirer, Col, Sam M Uurdelt. Mrs. Nield is about the be! temperance lecturer fense again, we give them another chance. Boys will be boys and we feil a sympathy in the field and being possessed of beauty with them, but there is a a difference be We take this mathod of thanking in addition to her gift o( oratory, she is twren innocent fun and downright meaneffective in the irood cause. our Patrons for their very liberal ness nnd they must draw the line or repatronage this year and we hope by Mjw. St. John arrived by the K. C, af ceive the const quenrs. ter we went to press and lectured that and honost and fair dealings to merit MARRIAOES. the following at the Christian church. ensuing one. AnyWhen she failed to arrive by the allerr.oon Mr. Wesley F.riimms and Mis Polly the same in the trains and ihey did not hear from her, the Waddle were married at Kingsville yester- thing in the Blacksmithing line done two la lies that were to meet her told us day. as cheap and as well, if not better that they feared there had been some mis Col Thornton Porter, of Lincoln cou-understanding, and so we were miled into ty,wa in tbe city Sunday mixing with his than anywhere, making the statemiut publhhed in our old friend and cheerfully imparling to last. ti.ein the new that he bad assumed the The prohibitionists claim that the whis- role of Benedict, the married man. The ky advocate are furnishing the bov and bride is Mis Bisttn, of hia county. May others lifjuor so that they will uiisbelave they have a happy journey through life. that Iexingtou Transcript. and bring the law into contempt After Fortrres"' doe- - not the cry nan ko up: "Prohibition tifrirnce in tea LAND, STOCK AND CROP. iropsration oi mora We wish thev wbtild mako spe prohibit." hn Una Hundred Thon.snd application for patents In I) N Prewitt nourfiu 1iJ sheep of Ad It would do us good to cficchaig-- s Ilia L'niled MMes and ihe publishers of th bclentina in having siioii indiridti'ils, if there am Pence at $5 psr head. American contimis toad as solicitors for patents, casrats, good land to py the Fa nit Ton Kent. 50 acre of he such so lost to bin r, utide to.. fortlm t'nlted Mate,, aud to obtain patents In Canada. Kngland, 1 rancy. for corn, near Walnut Fiat. L. M. Las full penalty of broken lw. Cerniani.aud all other countries Thfiresrsrl-i- n o ii unsqualsd aud their facilities are unsur-pAley. CorcEiir. Mrs. Jame- - P. Hiley has and upeclflcatlons prepared and filed Ilranlncs A tract of 61 acres belonging to Btn In the Talent Orticaon short notice Terras verj completed arrangements for a concert to be Simmons, a uulu charKe for eiaminatlon ot inoasls frtin Richmond, rold at or draMinz' XcAdie bjr piaiUree -, HoiifDec 2'Jdi. given at Walton's Up' I'atenu obtained throuph Munn.Oo.are $110. lr.tl.os(IKNTll'lCAMKHlfA.hlcbhas The music will be furnisied principally by Innjentlal the larirest circulaliou and is the niont the world. About 75 broke mules, : and I years lo tiewnpaper of its kind published erery patents theSundty scnoul echolar, but H number old, sold on The advantages of such a notlcs the Lexington market Monday of well known local singer-- will assist. The 'I his larcn and splendidly lllntrated newspaper at to $135, Is pnlilished HlillKI.V at iXWti year, and is fur the procre Is are to go towards paying to science, K. K. Thomas sold 1(J mule to Joseph admitted to be the best paper devoted norls, ana mechanics. Inventions, encwceriuirprogress baptistry and tin- - object being worthy and Fiulay, of Oeorgetown, at $107 departments of Industrial' other per head. In any country. It contains the names of the entertainment doiili.lew worth the Puis Kntiirklaii, all patentees and titl'.of every Invention patentel en'li eek. Try it four months for one dollar, price put upon ii, it is hoped that the hol.tby al' nemlealer. W. N. Ollutt Kcld to Walfeir A Co 25 If jwi havo an invention to patent write ta house will be crowdml publi-heitunn Co., New York of Scientitlo American. 000 poili.ilt of tobacco nt 10, IS and -- 0 cts. 3ol Hroadnay, turning Handbook aoout patents mailed free. Ueor;etow!i Time. The StanforJ Planing Mills are -- Will T Turner, of Woodford, botubl out 10,000 feet of nicely prepared lumber a day and havo coniricted for a new 'Jo of II C. Mock, hN Muck Chuf, by Me-ehorse pjwer engine and three more ma- ger Cnief, for $2,000. chines. Order nave already beer, pouring Mortland A Wood bought of Sim A will piy J ,r,n Oaiser, of Boyle, 31 entile, weighiug in upon them and the hiirines LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL I be mover in the enter - 1 .pjo pound', at 3 IK) from the slait. K. T. Jihnson ha priee, Mr. A. C. Sins, wno secured the co sold his farm, operation of those 'U'clanliil liii'ines men, oonuiuiiig 100 seres, near Lexington to Mew. Forcltis Keiil and W. II. logins, Wm. Cropper for $1'25 per Here. One Toe Virginia Sialliou, Btnker, has will manage the concern, and bring a prnc-Ilea- l nun with jetr of experience, is sure killed eiIit men since he hae been in the 6 to make a succesi of it. Tne, company will stud i ml yet U (n runnel to live. A 1'. Ndiiuuller siupptd to Cinciona'i gl the railroad to put in a switch for them, so that therd will bj hardly nil haul from Tuesday n car load of hot bought in the ' BEgl iKD dHEApET pipEl Woodetock neigiiborhood at 3 to the mill lo the track Siilesnf Id Colswold welhers, averse floT TiiKitK at Lvr -- M i L Hie Mc us and 125 fat sheep Farland and Mr Martin Chalk were mat - , '" -- l,0ud at 1 Iti pound avemue, at are reported in ried nt Martin McFarland's, Kingsville, on S. HAYS, Mr tne Winchester Demociut TuesJay. Mr. Cimlk was to have met , 1 lines bought in Bowline Jenkint McKarland here Monday evening, who was Contains tho nowa of tho world , but he OtvifH 0 11.3 lo 15 hand mule lor J771 to amiat him in gelling the licen-eup to dato of publication ; Read1 nuuiber o( 15 lor ?5S !,l1 did net arrive s -- oon a he ought 'ind Mr j ing Mattor Intorcstlnff and "er at J100 lo $120 per head. w n it coming at M. lliiiikiiiir perhap' he to ovory homo ; contri in O ucinnati are in fair du Cattle all,lolt for hi home. Mr. Chalk arrived a butions to Music, Song, Art, mam! r.nil run in price all the way from 1 few minute later and learning the state of Soionco, Agriculturo and Com-morc- o for very common to $lt!0 for choice sniptakatlair procured a borce andbiiyjgy and and 1 ; and 5.G5; 4tieep ing TinaW Mrsho i with htm, star.ed at per-- hog are active ai stead f at 1 to l Tney were are break-nec- k speed to catch him Reliable Market Reports. In Ihe last moiitu or two A T. Nun unable to do o, but rrnved at hi house wnich about live minutes after the ol 1 man. Tne nelley ha handled 1,500 turners, bought at SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE! neces-mrpaper wa secured from him and averaged 11 J pounds and were to 5 com. He says in the lot were etv Mr. Chalk returned to town. It wa now Clerk C toper eral goboler thil weighed over 30 pound nearly midnight and County Make Your Homes Happy. wa steeping the sltep of the righteous, if each. The 15.ii annual meeting at the K hi three babie were not on the war path. State Orange met at Ltui'vllle Tue Samplo Copies and Promium He good nattiredly responded to the call. dav. Dr. J. I). MjCUrJy wa elected had the however, and Mr.'Ciialk nxin List mailed frooto any address. year; J. L oal, Agents wantod ovorywhoro. eteu permit to take Ml Lutie to wifo. She president for the enstmii Naul, la- - j of II irrodsburg, lecturer, and Mr i said to b i a pretty and worthy young Addroas dy, worth a hundred time the trouble he i Cere -- J.C. andD. H Yel.ermld last week had to goto, while he i an engineer on Louisville, Ky. lo Lehman & Bro. 61 ctttU, averaging 1,. Ihe Sauthern road, young and induttriOiii. m JIAimN TOY SI -- PLAIN AND FANCY- - NOTICE! p CA-TSTIDIE- S nt Cl. -- FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC- - er KK)-- 3t Fffillfi -- And the Best and- - BLACKSMITHS freshes! MatMl Everybody is invited to come and see them. If you have only a email amount to spend it will pay you to call on me. l'leaso remember that I always keep all the Ingredients for Cakes ! And that my stock of Is as near complete as can be found outside the cities. liflWfBXS T. F. REID. Xfc. WALTON A. 0. SINE, Snp't. W. H. HIGGINS. Sec'y and Trca as-sl- 1 coun-tM- trade-mark- copy-ricrl- ed PLANING MILL CO .Manufacturers ot- ..,, - i Flooring, Weatherboarding, Ceiling, FIXINHISO 1.V9IKKH, .1IOIJIiI)I.'GN, VAe. ed Na.sh, -- Ioors and ISIinds nlvjity.s in Stock. . rs A share of the public patronage is solicited. n - THE WEEKLY HOLIDAY -- Year, 75c. ELEGANT l'KESENTN IX- - Months, 40c. l. Published. 1 WILL Editor. ILYMWABB J" E SXT ELR TT KIND.-- - AND - - I I Iteesalii Cases & 2Hovellss OF EVERY 1 I A LARGE STOCK of BOOKS. Something lo Please Everybody. If you waut the cv Best Goods for the Least Money, louisuille ommerial, j. or,. laPEisrisry- - Call on- - t HUSBANDRY HINTS. llu-see- d. MECHANICAL MENTION. satis-factor- t LONDON, KY. "Chusiied bamboo" is coming Into use as When' weaning colts a good substitute for a papor-makln-g . B. RILET, Proprietor. material, and Is stated to through tho mouth. Always wash tho hands milk will bo found lu crushed oats and y bo already omployod with tho most on coming out of a sick-rooresults In tho paper supplied to sov-orA rAnw carpit of any kind can bo reThoroughly KeiinvnlfHl nuit HeTnr. The fattening hogs will do botter if London dallies. stored to ulmost it original f reshnesss by iNliesI throughout, t'lrst-rlnu- n allowed n jilai'o to dig Into tho dry earth, as fnro A itECEST specimen of tho hlghdegrco of mo use oi ono pirt ' tho earth l a natural untidotu for ucldlty of to two parts mill riMiooiiHliln prices. Irisjr nntl ttluhl LRpYALiS.1l"l W skill In tho working of Iron Is a 9teel goblet, water, applied with u songo. tho stomuuh. minion met lijr polltn I'ortnrnof thin A mioi' or two of ammonia on tho brush W'.firn Tor dressing is no doubt tho best method entirely forged by hand from a solid pieco iottiliir lloitsi. Is an excelof applying manuro on heavy or clay soils, of ono and a half inch round steel without when cleaning tho finger-nail- s lent remedy for discolored nails Tho amand is generally adopted by tho most sue tho aid of boring tools. A DiiEsiip.x mechanic has succeeded In monia should bo diluted to tho proper DR. W. D. PENNY, cessrul wheat growers. casting glass in the same way as metal is Btrongth. tlKNTlST, Aj inexpensive method of preserving CtsToa-oit- . may bo pleasantly admlnls-tore- d eggs for tho winter mouths is to dip them cast, and of an equal density withthomotal. ICutit no ley to children by treating iii'lht way: in boiled linseed oil, then paek them In flno Experiments are bong prosecuted with tho A SPECIFIC FOR salt, small end down, and keep In a cool purpose of omploj lug the material as rails Pour the oil into a pan over a moderate tiro on railways and stir, adding a littlo jolly or sugar to place. Is equal to threo flavor. A stkim horse-powe- r Itarrr.R success in keeping early Irish poAn excellent way of cooking eggs Is to tatoes may be had by not digging until after nctual horses' power; a living horse is equal s to dav break thorn in boiling milk without boating; n killing frost In the fall. They keep better to seven men. Tho lu tho ground during warm weather than represent In tho world approximately the rook slowly, stirring now and thou hen .pr....d work of a thousand millions of men, or done soft, pour into a dish and add a littlo any where else. moro than doublo tho working population of pepper, salt and butter. locality and ,m, Wars allowed to ripen, seed millet should the earth. KiiENCit To 1st, Hea three eggs, add a be sown tather thickly, so as to restrict or A Xoveltt in silver is tho discovery of ft pint of sweet milk and a pinch of salt. Cut Offli on Lancaster street, neit door to Inta-ioseed production and also to havo a largor JourniALorSce. Ufflct hours from S to 12 A. processor electro-platin- g with silver upon in slices an inch thick a loaf of stale broad, proportion of leaves and less of coarse, M.and 1 toS r. M. Aneethellca administered wbac wood, and its adaptation to handles of all dip in tho egg. fry in hot butter, sprinkle woody stalks. .l neceaaarr, If taken dnrlng the CHANOK OF I.IFK. treat kinds, Including umbrellas, canus.carvm with sugar and grated nutmeg. sadrrinc and danger will be aroMrd A rAttMiiu who has tried both ways says rffiknd (or Tho silver Is thrown upon tho etc iook"Misaaai to Womim," mailed fre. A Nlci: dish of quinces or pears is mado us ho finds that by spreading manure over tho & CO., wood by n process which has proved ex- follows: Place the G. A. BENEDICT IlHADrtiui IUoclatob Co., Atlanta, Ga, potato Hold and plowing it in in tho fall, fruit lu a steamor and cook until tondor, then pour on boiling gives him a better crop than letting tho tremely difficult in practice. . STAXFOHD, KI.XU'CKl. It Is now possible to construct a complete water, but not enough to cover them. work go till spring. GENTHUL P, A. A himplk and cftlcacious method of treat- sowing machine lu a minute, or slty In ono Sprlnklo over with sugar and brown them Thlil powder never varlee. A marvel ol purity, Well Drillers and Pump Adjmteri. KENTUCKY trcmith and wholeimone. 'Mora economical ing stifle is to buckle a strap around tho op- hour; a reaper every fifteen minutes, or in a hot oven tkan the ordinary kinds and can not b eolc less; 800 watches lu a day, complete in all TiiEitn is nothing better for taking groase competlton with the multitude of low ttt .hon posite leg just above the hock, making it so Wells Drilled to order and pump, furmlshrd "illuoUrtuM Iluuto." JH-- t f nldnnly la at Uctory prleea. tight as to cause the horse to stuiul on tho their appointments. Moro important than spots from clothing than equal parts of or rhmnhaio powder. rUnt this ovon, Is tho fact that It is possible to strong ammonia water, other and alcohol. cm. slum BotalBakwb rowDi Ce. nffected leg, and tho troublo will speedily Shortest and Quiokost Boute from Gen Sw VorV toft Wall construct a locomotive in u day. Place a pleco of blotting jwxr under tho leave. tral Kentuokj to all Points North, To itucKor jxilish and mako HussU stovo-plp- o spot, moisten a sponge first with water, The carrot has moro fattening qualitloa East, West and Bonthwest. look like new, take of asphaltum two thou with the mixture and apply F IIUI'-K'IHA-r. UlSia than othor roots and for this reason is parFast Lint Hetween pounds, boiled linseed oil ono pint, oil of A Cochran, Succraaors to Wallace 8UHOKON DSNTlsT, ticularly adapted to sheep, young cattlo and Mildew or stains of most kinds will disaj-pea- r turpentine two quarts. Fuse the asphnltum upon the application f javello water, all animals intended for meat. Carrots will 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., KKJtTCCKr. bTASirORD, LEXINGTON CINCINNATI help to fatten animals quickly and with less in an iron iot, boll tho linseed oil, and add mado as follows r Dissolve liQU Stir well and romovo from tho pound of sal soda in foair quarts of water Offico outh ilde Mln, two Joon at? depot it cost than other roots, and quick fattening whilo V, THE GENTS' FURNISHER Tbrouih tickala and baxgate checked to any fire. hen partially cooled add oil of tur- and stir in ono wind of chloride of limo. produces tender and juicy meat-Goo- n destination reached b? a railroad Shako well and let it stand to settle Pour AMIAdll.NTN I'OK TIIK silage, properly fed, is nourishing, pentine. Kor full particulars, call on any agent of tbe Ax Inventor has completed experiments off tho clear liquid and bottlo for use reitshablo, and produces good results. Tho rcmiiaiiT, or which, ho says, show the practicability of INOIANAI'OMN LAUNOUY. a r ii. :MOIWK. 1. A FKKLKY. milk from It is sweet and rich, and It imGii.t picture frames that huvo not been (ieii.l'aaa. A Kent, MT VEHNON, KY. TraT. Tata. Agent, proves tho churning quality of tho cream, maKing siono iypo. Thoy nre, of course, covered and aro sotted by the files, unless (Viflmrton. Ky Lexington, Ky of largo sizo, to substitute wood letters. very poor, may be washed in clear water, whilo It does not injure if it does not actually W Hill malu p K, lA'NTIffr.TON, Receiver. ! II Hold Thliold and Improve tho quality of the milk. It may Tho material is an artificial stone, pressed allowing the water to soak ofT tho specks talulDf lu line reputation Charge reasonable Ueneral tuners, Covington, Ky also bo justly claimed to Increaso tho produc- into molds, and then hardened, nfterwards and doing just enough rubbing to remove Hpecial attention to tbe trafellnit public. being polished ou tho surface. There will them easily Dry with a soft cloth and rub MI88 SALLIE IIAIIHISON, tion of both milk and butter. 31. 1 SKWtOJM, I'ro'r, bo no warping and no expansion or con- very gently to bring back tho Mt. Vernon, Ky. lustre One great cause of bulls becomlug vicious traction, and SMia each font will bo exactly tho Formerlv ol Hlanfofd. has opened a Purchasing Is that they do not have exerclso enough. If u collar has a damp smell nud can not Agency In Cincinnati, au. I all orders to her at 127 bo thoroughly ventilated, a few trays of Keptup in stables, and especially If high-fe- samo as that preceding. ! rat th street, will receive personal ana prompt A vkiiv goml way to annenl a small piece charcoal sot around on tho floor, they chafe in their confinement, and shelves attention. Hhe wilt make a specialty of Urnu s OcMxli, but will receive orders (or Furniture, when let out are disjwscd to play or attack of tool steel is to lieat it up in a torgo as and ledges, will make tho nir puro and (JJwniviiit SiwAiiAars Cmotco Bt .il- -' one could and anything or jiersoii they can get at. Tho slowly as lxmible, und then take two flro sweet. If largo basketful of charcoal bo Central Hotel, Williamsburg, Ky. patronage In fact everything this sectionwish The especially ot ol tbe ladlM boards and lay best way to keep bulls quiet is to let theia and screw themtho hot Jsteel between them placed in a damp cellar where milk Is kept, IrtJ-t- f solicited up In a vlso. As tho steel there will bo no danger of it becoming Tbli Hotel Is a terjr deilrable piece ot property run in n strongly-feuceyurd or paddock. is hot it sinks Into tho pieces of wood and is tainted. and will be told cheap and on eaty term. If old at "When cabbage roots swell and becomo firmly otue. Kor particulars call at Hotel or on O B. LIAMilil BOTH imbedded in charIn washing grained woodwork use clear Harris, Wllltvustiuu, Kt., or N. A. Hlcbardson, large like turnips, it is caused by the attacks coal bed, and whenan almost cold will taken out be water or cold tea. Where there are finger 70S W. fbe.tnutat , Xoulsllle, Ky. of a Binnll grub, tho larva; of a black fly, found to bo nice und LOriNVILLE fc CINCINNATI I am dally opening an elegant line of Poring and soft To repeat this marks to bo removed, such as around tho known as tho cabbage fly, and which is akin will mako it us Mummer Millinery, Including all soft as could bo wished. door-knoDalty, secure to travelers or on tho window sill, a little flno to tho onion fly. This fly does not attack In order to mako an alloy which gives soap can be used, but only just enough to C. W. METCALF, JR., cabbage in new ground, where they or The Latest Novelties of the Season. turnips have not been grown previously, great hardness and ductility to rod brass do the work, for soap should le used for THE MOST RAPID SERVICE Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars nor when tho soil has been liberally dressed without having recourse to phosphor bronze, this work only on very rare occasions, and AttoiL'cjrnt Law aud Ileal Kma mixture of green lxttlo glass is recom- ummonia never used and Cutis, ltuchln, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You tnte A Km with limo. y will Sod me at the rooms lately vacatnl by Spkfd Fish. Prepare half a dozen fresh Let tho potatoes get well dnei, and pass mended to bo added to tho othor metals. To A dour to A.ltllOUUVILLli:, - 3CY. l)-2- Warren, neit KA TEthe Myers House. It. hver attempted between the great commercial glass Is mackerel or other IWh as lor broiling; through the sweat in a cool, dry place before this end a pound of DVIHtKlt.l thetlhls Klver and Vhlraun, and henca to bo added, say to a crucihln place thonj in a jar and being put into the bins. These should bo charge, tbe laatest time and most comfortable trains beWill practice In anr court In Eastern Kenluckv. or two per cent , care being exer- laid in, a mixture of 2 strew over them as Kiamlnitlo-- ot land titles made a specialty. Any tween all rolnle In tbe rtoiifi, or to the If'rmt dry and airy, well whitewashed, and tablesix)nfulls each Bud cised to place the whole quantity of the glass of ground cloves, whole cloves FOX. fh rounle'D.rl oflhl. ir.m mineral limo sprinkled on tho tubers. Don't and bluck sltetracia of timber, coal, timber and on any on all trunk line la denominated Tir l.lmlt. at tho bottom of tho crucible, while tho other peppercorns. Pour or v lands for sale. Information furnished put too many In one bin ; a wide bin filled metals are on tho ! Ejrttrrnm Tbe superb rolling stk we emoi noirar, cover point and correspondence solicited. (Ul-tl- ) top. ploy glvvs patrons fnllmltrtl closely, or tie a thick brown paper over the with tho tubers to a depth of a foot or two fomfort. Iv the manutneturo or corks a thorough jar, men oauo turoe hours in a slow oven. aTAlall louon Ticket Otncee in tbe bouth will keep them bettor than a narrow bin you will nnd our time tables and tickets fay Jf KY. knowledgo of the various qualities and several feet in depth. Meat Cakes. Chop very fine '2 pounds of get ft ana n and stick to JTonoti, tf Mots, C. JOHNSON, growths is necessary, in order to fit ono for lean raw boef- -a meat you want to save money as) have a pleasant lour-nFon old trees that havo failed to yield a cutting them. chopper will do it building oppo. Has remove his It Is essential, in ordor to ob- best; mix with it 2 r..O.MrOUI(MICK, MAKER, site tbe pusurtlcto and elegant na than ever preptr-t- l profitablo return, proceed in this manner: tain a good solid eggs, a THE BOOT & SHOE Is belter Ueneral Passenger Agent. Chicago. to accommodate tbe public with An picture, Dig the soil up thoroughly and then supply axis, as it is cut cork, to take caro that its teacupful of very flno broad crumbs or City Ticket Agents and Officer from tho bark, be parallel rolled cracker; moisten with A. a good dressing of stock or Is now prepared with a gooJ stock and an addi- from Photographs to life slis. rtstlilactlon guar-tee- h. M. lltlKNKK, T 41b Ave.. Louisville, Ky. stablo ma- with the tree on I Toaaaxci. la Vine St., Cincinnati, O nure and work thoroughly into tho soil. grow;tho uxis ofbroad, fiat which tho bark gravy, or if neither is on hand, with hot tional workman to do any kind of work In his line but tho corks havo to bo water Add butter tho sizo of an egg ami promptly and In the beat manner. Uiva aim a Then, if you havo them, apply a dressing of cut perpendicular to the axis of tho tree. 2 teaspoon fuls salt; mix all well together, trial. Shop on Lancaster street. (377) wood ashes. If these fail to revive tho Only tho are tree, after giving a good pruning It is about A good finest corks can now mado by hand. then mould into cakes, and fry in butter AND turn out, in tho drippings past redemption, and should glvo way to mothod workman TKAIXING STABLE ! ! dscribod, about ono thousand corks orBe sure to a nice brown. something better. that the water is at boillnir nolnt a day. Ued Clovkk 3hould be given a prominent ocioro into it Having rented the stable an Depot street, t am ArcoKinxo to a (Jerman paper, iron may cooked putting is cold ttio vegetables to bo I, the undersigned, have In Danville, Ky , a place In seeding lauds for pasture or meadow If it tr lukewarm, tho neat Training dtablo, and am prepared to brrak prepared to train and break nor un reasonable Louisville & Nashville R. R. bo freed from Ingrained 'rust in this man if tho hay Is to bo used on the farm. Bluo freshness and flavor will soak out into tho and train horsee either to aadlleor trot, and say terms. County Court day trade solicited. Oil.) II. V.iltl'K.XTKIl, grass does badly during great drought, but ner: Immerse tho article in a nearly satu- water Place the saucepan over tho hottest to the people of Lincoln and aljolnlog counties If iiik uaiii Hlanloid, Ky win broke, trained Its fine quality, pornidiionce, thick sod, rated solution of chloride of tin, even if part of your stove, o that it will boil as you have a horw ibt youme, t I will guarantee or sold, and will bring It to much eaten into. Tho duration of tho im- quickly us early growth In spring and late growth In possible, and bo careful that tho you will do my beat with your slock nutumn make it very vnlu.tblc. N'o substi- mersion will depend upon the thicker or boiling process does not cease until the con- have a horse you want sold, bring It to ma, as we thinner film of rust; in most caes, howevhave tbe second best market In tbe Mate. tute of equal value has been found for tim- er, twelve to twenty-fou- r tents aro thoroughly cooked und ready to 2M tf JUIMHT, ItlCliaOMI KT hours will suffice. na .net: i. johshox. othy as a grass for bay, but tho yield per Tho solution of chloride of tin must not bo dished. acre and feeding value per ton are greater This Is an excellent way of preparing a B. contain too great au excess of acid, otherLOUIS SCHLKUKIi, if clover is grown with it. canvas: "Melt and boil" a quarter of a A mini', moderately rich, sandy soil suits wise it will attack the iron itself. After tho pound of glue In a pint of water Mix a .WITH I For a gwod Table And clean an I well furnish! rooms, this Holal the parsnip best; tho laud should bo liber- articles have been romoyod from the bath pound and a half of whiting in half a pint thoy should first be washed in water and Pullman Palace Sleepers. hat no superior. Ooud ample rooms attached, ally manured, plowed deep and thoroughly of water, molt and Ixiil throe ounces of Wl-l- y then with avriutc fi 00 per day, ItlCIIMDMIi. KKMfCKV. pulverized. Ilest to sow the seed early in as possible.ammonia, and be dried us quickly soap, mix tho whole together, stirring It LoillNsillu tho spimg and pretty thick in tho drills, as well, and Ixiil for a few moments. Snread styles and sizos. III XlMlMil, a field crop may be dug by throwing them FROM DISTANT CLIMES. ou tho canvas while warm, when tlrv rub Photographs in all l out with a plow. Tho harvesting is Mcniplila, with pumioostnuc until smooth, and Pictures in India Ink. Crayon Accoitiuxo to u recent inlund revenuo redono late in the tall, beeauso a touch of Allantii, Watfr Colors. port tho annual tobacco consumption of tho off the dust, then jmint with white lead and frost improves them. Take out only what MoiifKoim'O', . turpentine; let it dry well in the sun." million will bo wanted for winter use, and leave United Kingdom is llfty-threIAUU-- Kuck, CHICKEN Newdwignt In Frames au" Mtttjat very low pounds. the remainder in tho ground until spring. (MM y. COURT GOSSIP. Prices. Molslle ami Ni;u OrlciiiiN. The paiwr money of Germany Is nrinted Tiiosb who havo made a study of the matA vhitoh at Wintlsor Cattlo says that It ter claim that the rotation of crops bailies In tho Imperial printing office, llerllii, Unly one change to points In tho root enemies, both insect and fungoid, which has ,i force of nine hundred employes i not otiquotto to adiln-slv Quoon while Florence Washing Machine. dining, unless directly sicken to by Hit that prey uikjii tho various crops. Kach und forty printing piviscs The Holland ts are said to bo the great Highness plant having its own peculiar enemies, tho I have bought the right to sell the Florence am s Washing Ms' bine in tho world, their anIt costs England nearly rJ!,(VtN) a .vrnr all who may wish andsave now prepared to furnish changing of plants removes them to fields est their clothe froi the to unoccupied by such enemies. This Is truo nual consumption being about oighteen to sustain tho .ilucos reserved for thi ex- tubbing and tearing incident to Iheold pr oceasol clusive of tho cuomies of the ubove-grounof the Queen and her family, washing. Take one and try It and convinced. growth pounds per head of the whole population. Beeklng homes on the Hue of this road w recelvi and nearly an equal amount to sustain tho I'll not worrv you about buying unless you are Tin: Ameer of Afghanistan is fast gainof plants to an important degree Rotation special rates fully satisnodaatoltemerlU. royal pleasure grounds. conserves soil ler'llity and yet aids in soil ing a world-wid- j See Agents of tbl Company lor ratea, routes reputation for cruelty. The undnrslgne-t- . having purchased the Horence Ac ,or write Ml Tin: cleverest roy.il woman in Europe Is Washing Machine, and alter a thorough trial, we dccomosltion by alf 'runtloii of grass or Tho manner of executions us ordered by C. I. ArMHItE, H. I'.AT.A., Its him aro cruel and burberousin the extreme. clover crops and hoed crops. said to bj I'ruii'oss Ulanehe do Nnuours. take pleasure In adding our tMtlmouy aa to suc Louisville, Ky wnrth. .ml without hpslutlon pronounce It a It is reported from tho principal cities of Hho is a Kussi.sn, is pretty and delie.ito, Is claimed doing all that EDUCATIONAL ITEMS. Japan that Ainerieun dress und customs society ami Is devoted to art Hho is cess In every particular, "will Daugherty. J. W. Wallace. Dr. Jlourne, Nov. port Xi'Wk a: MiPsUslppI Vallfjr Co. Tim first female college In tho world was uro fast finding favor theie Tokio und equally expert with chisel and litush A. C rilne, Hill J'erklna Lewis other cities hao btieot cars from America. 1'itiM.i. Ai.nntT Viitoii, the oldest son of Mrs.8. I' Halter, Lyon, L L Dawson, C Nannoy, established in Georgia. Huddflrar, J. E. Kwitikiiiam) and France havo each the I'rinco of Wales is, according to rotiort, Mrs. Auund.1 Teak, tleorge Peyton, Alex Ovi:r. tfiM,0ut) is annually spent In Minneagreed to furnish l.,0("H(iiM francs (about u highly esthetic and fastidious yount; perC Flelti, Allnrt t'imlen, dim lUlnes, It, apolis, Miun., in educating tho children. & OHIO ! sonage. A marked peculiarity of his is his E. Barrow, A. M. Feland and manv others. l,00il,0xn for n tunnel through tho Klmplon DuitiMi tho last year New York City 31. F KI.KIK, mountain which connects tho two countries. dosiio to p ty promptly for ovorv thing ho at ri.S. Mynrs' store. Headquarters spent ovor I'it.l.OK) on its school houses, The city of Tokio, Japan, is celebrated get. Fiillmuii Cat-- ami Nollfl TruliiM over $150,000 of which was for repairs. Oiiui-Ti- s , Queen-Kegeno only for the numbur, but the extent and of Sp tin, wears A LF.ut.NKii professor of Harvard thinks beauty of Thousands of dollars worth of that tho father who gives his son more than Wooyeno, its parks Chief among them is deep mourning still, hut her dresses aro with an aiea of 2,.1u0 acres, und elegantly and htylishly made; silk lueo over $1,-(chickens die every year from Chola year at collego is doing him au ini black silk used for tho costumuti, which acres. To Washington, Riohmond and muim, or jury. era. It is more fatal to chickens than Iv tho face of the strenuous efforts on the aro much dr.ip.vl with j't; her bonnots uml Old Point Comfort The women of Turkey wore formerly deall other diseases combined. Hut the prived of instruction In reading; ut tho part of all concerned, the Colorado beetle parasols always match exactly. discovery of a remedy that positively Alfonso X1U., the diminutive monarch of d in prevent day the Sultan provides them with has succeeded in establishing u Geriuuny. Its appearance ill the surround- Spain, wut recently presented by tho cures it has been made, and to be conschools. Tailors' (jtilld of Madrid with tho" very To Louisvillo nnd Cincinnati. Amono tho students ut Johti Hopkins ing countries is only a question of time. vinced of its efficacy only requires a University are tou from Canada, five from It is estimated that tho of tho fol- - ' smallest and haudsomeit uniform evor s trial. A bottle is enough for Connexions direct for all points in the Juium, uml one each from Kugluud, Italy lowing countries is increased annually by made. Tho suit is of tho grade to which LociaviLLK, Ky. one hundred chickens. It is guartho sums named: Germany, cjuO.OOd.iU), , tho infant was elevated ut birth. and China. ouih-We- st s anteed. If, after using Tut: Emperor of Austria is a very popuof West,North-We8t-- S Hum: of tho leading men of Knglund have Great Britain, ttLXi.OJO.Oiii), France, W,- MEN'S 000,000, and tho United States, W5,0oo,000. lar monarch on account of the simplicity of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly organized a society for the promotion of technical education, including commercial Tho United States is already the wealthiest his manners. Ho replies by 'yos" and HNST- 3satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken IN EKK1ICT NOV 13, '87. No. 4 Dally nation in tho world, and us tiioabovo figures "no," and greets every body with au and agricultural science. Dally. iKx. Hun. Cholera, return it to the undersigned smile and good nature It seems to Tun technical collego of Zurich Is tho lend- show, its wealth is Increasing tho most rapTJndorwoar, and your money will be refunded. bo his aim to set all at ease in his presence, ing establishment of tho kind in Kurope, idly. Hosiory, I.ve I)iilsrlle 7 00 put. A 30 an Foraala by McRobert A fltagg, Hlanford, An Australian tutwr of a recent data and to treat his humblest subjects with and tho government is providing Strasburg Arr Islington.. 10 U pw'll 50 a m Glovos, " White rtulphurSnrlnics with uu institution ou au equally grand gives au account of tho finding of a nugget courtesy. ........ .. S 10 a m marioiuviuei v At Juncl) S 10 p milt 40 am of gold that weighed 'Zi ounces. It was un- - ! Krpokt says that Prince Illsmarek be- Bcale. " Klcbmond VOOpm HSOpm earthed by Lhiiiumon ut Hargravcs, near comes moro Irascible tho older ho grows, As ahai.n'st ono case of mental ruin super" Newport News.. 10 55 a in Shirts, Custom sj p w. o induced by over-wor- k Old I'olnt Comfort.. of children In schools, Mudgee. It was ut Hargravcs in tho year nnd when subjected to the slightest 11 Mi m ? nn 1 '" "Norfolk his tnaunors are decidedly Impoit 4,1. ml ; thousands are set who have succumbed to 19.YJ that the celebrated Carr nugget of ono MY (SPECIALTY, Washington 9 40 ptn g 23 J,m lite. Ho has taken to wearing silver stec- tho dissipations of child-lifin tho forms hundredweight was found, und very reg cently a nugget was found a fow utcies, ana mtoiy prerers for an escort two of late hours, parties, sweets or Ith and Main. hugo which rido with him in his miles away, at tho Maltland bar. at night. JeworaT.......... ... 20 a mi 6 20 , " E. H. BUBN8IDE, Canai has never had a war, yet her pub- carriage. Noimi CMim.i.VA seems to bo making a Islington Division Trains run by Central The motto of tho Princo of Wales was good record in the matter of public educa- lic debt has grown from loss than tlOOjJOO,-00- 0 Tralnaeast Huntington run handed down from tho tlmo of tho Franco-Englis- h Well - Known Main Unawhich Is one ol hour faster than byCentra in 17 to nearly ,n00,(XW,( in BS7. Sho Thii Old tion. She. had in I8MI, M7,aw children of war, over ilvo hundred years ngo. tho school age, and of these WkvVH attended has given outright In subsidies to railways Maintains ADDITIONAL TBAINB -- No. 11. . To tho Citiisoa of Linoola County: tho public schools. In tho some ycur bIio overfll0,000,l0, besides giving enormous Upon tho banner of tho ugod King of rept Bunday, leave Olive Hill 4 High m; who battled and died for Franco ut Ing 7 00 a tn: arrive Islington 8 35 i m- - Mt'"r expended for tuition of white youths i'XHr qualities of public land, and sho has lava Having recently equipped ajflne Roller Mill In ' arrive at Cincinnati via Wincheater iijk. millions upon tho con- that time, was inscribed tho threo plumes thelownol Stanfor'l ttat we defy any Mill to 1111,050. Tho ished scores of 030, and for colored youths ., i No 13, dallr eicent Hun,U ol struction of moro than a thousand miles and tho words: "Ieh Dion," I ten, which equal In quality of Hour, we think tha cltUena to 10,000 a year for teachBtato appropriates that 7 11 pm.Ollve Iti Proprietor li to ao Country JOO pm; iMlBiloa 5fa p m, arrivi Mt. sTietinV tbe county ahould have county pride enough of rullroud, which sho owns and operates at now appears upon tho arms of Walos. ers' institutes. Hlllunn.n' tbe same vvs) wish to it Shall be tJ.eond ClTton Forge Tiikhk is at Cowos, Islo of Wight, u lloat-lu-g patroolaa and sustainconcern that w are in the The higher schools of Norway recognlzo a heavy loss. r.M.?:iA d.V& .17 00 . m; whom it may Hotel in the State ia iti Tare, and corn and will bath for tho use of tho family royal. Tho market to buy your wheat Ainiand 8 ' " Piioiiiihtion is, for tho flrst tlmo in tho three fundamental principles: First, all P tn; Columbus 11 17 Dm Appointaieatf, er Attenglva the highest market price lor aama. We higher schools must havo u lower course In history of Scandinavia, beginning to attract bath consists of a well about twcnty-tlvNo. (J, dally, leave Ashland 7 10 --a-. m: arrive at r are added somo new machinery to oar corn meal tion to Comfort of fiir Mtun ii.'' r. !. flit...- - t. nte ihddi common ; second, the length of tho course attention as a possible polltli il factor, and feet deep by llfteen, at the bottom of which department and can now make meal to suit any ""uu i7,,ii. II their tieeti :i? r" v.arson an tnro must be so regulated that tho pupil, upon an address to the Storthing demanding a is u wooden grating, which cun easily bo ad- person. It cannot be equaled by any other Mill In and In our its completion, shull bo of an ago to enter law prohibiting tho' manufacture and Im- justed so as to afford uny depth of wutor, this vicinity. We solicit a trialgrain In flour Una Baiiae; will be aoireye e tad from tie 4 d.riaTneS'.nr0 mlSSS1 &" Nfolkon Mon- our meal department. All baring intelligently upon'the duties of his calling; portation of alcoholic liquors obtained In a from threo foot to suven. A 'irosjlng-roofree of charge. SpselaJ teoamo4tloai lor sale will please call at Mill, where our agent adjoins tho bath which is thoroughly short time tho signatures of sixty-fiv- e thouand tho third is, that he must huvo umplo . to CoereUITr,vUM. TfteBiuwill can be found at all time, who will glva tha best TIk.tTottaei.DfWm",0"' PP" Iwaye tapplled with las by screens. It is about IV) yards price lor same, rirand ard ship stuff always In s sand mon and women over time for the special study of history, W. C. WICKIIAH. W. II. Qen'lrULLFK. kraada of Llqaori aad Clean. W. X. M'OTTH. Htip't. of age, although it was not by any means from tho beach adjoining tho Queen's stock. philology, or mathematics and natural Keoelvtr. dUnlord Holler Mill Co. I'aae'r Agt. iil-t- f grounds. generally circulated. sciences. PARLOR AND PANTRY. Disiask Is often transmitted by tho hands JACKSON HOUSE, r MRADFIEIDS al ox-ga- ttutitont. 0 regDL ATOR WOMAN'S IllSEASEg steam-engine- P.lnfU. Xrrnl.r n POWDER trt MENSTRUATION 1151-lyr- Absolutely Pure. er WOOD WALLACE, UTEWCOJItt HOTEL JL"ure!iuNliig Agency d, For Nale or liea.se tar-pet- d ANEW FAST MAIL air-tig- l"2S-4- b Hull-la- finely-pounde- d ell-lei- llftv-ixiun- ed E H. lJIOTOGHAlItKB, IAVILLE, ,orrlirrf H. -- wcll-boato- well-rotte- d Livery, Training, Feed, SALE STABLE J L.&N. lOl-fla- i. WILLIS HOUSE, TUKOUUIITKUNKLIXE J. WILLIS, Proprietor. SOUTH" & WEST l'lIOTOGltrllMIEll, sub-soi- o G ANTEE' Cholera Cure! s s coileo-driiilwr- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS d u-.- 1 C KlhaVk rs Holla-Uw.- CHESAPEAKE H EAST foot-hol- (Sidlwi) WEST i w.-alt- 50-cent- I ' two-third- Fine Furnishings, incon-vcnlenc- Fine MYERS HOTEL, story-reud-in- bull-dog- NOTICE. STANFORD. KT. Propr and iti Hotel Still Reputation, Dtrmia4 , e, i... r-- o ;... '"" "'" ed twontS'-onoyoar- ekelt i ti1 Iluvcn, (Conn.) rullway tuition tho other tluy hud eight children with her. Tur mint vulutiblo Inkwell In the country In thouuht to bo the one which woh mode for rroHKlciit I.lneol.i from four hundred troy ounce of nilver cent to him iim n token of friendship by un A rlcomi (.'oiifrreKHiuun. It win molded by u Now York jeweler, und Is vultied ut over thirteen hundred dollar. A Toikinto innn hud u very Hlnulur battle, tho other diiy from which ho retired bcuten. He hud enptured u crow In it field ami wii proeoedliiK home when he wn lionet by hundred of tho bird and ulthmiKh he unci! n club eniTKetlcully ho wii comjielled to seek tho protection of u cro-cj-fd ODD MATTERS IN PRINT. HIS UNKNOWN BRIDE. A womax wultlng for a train In a New Tho InWrKtliiff Jo.rnrjr tTiulertakam i hid. A until wii hurt nt the Scheticctudy u few duy ago. Two phyMciun Ruld hi let; vui broken, and they bandiiKed It nccordliiK'l.v A third pliynlrlun wu called, who Mid the leg wu not broken, und the yountf tiiiiu K'ot up from hi bed und wulked awuy Iocomotlvo Work toi'no nuliM-ijueutl- without uny diniculty A puUxinl.t uttructneuatorn in the following KliiKulur inaniier A cugo in placed uM)ii tho counter, Into which two turkey lire placed. Under the lloor of the nice, winch I of Iron, a lire I built, which, running the lloor. run net. the bird to dunce nod ciiht nliout. Thv "duncliiK turkey" kre a Rrrut iittriictlon Tiikt tell of limn In one of the Western Htate who frv.t through the country creinn, and when ho ha .retired the ijuiiutlty return home On the way he connect the ehuniliik' Jfeur, mid m bo drive iilonit the rhurmiiK jjoh on, uud when he urrhe there I nothing to do but titkv out the butter und draw off the butter-n- . ilk A Tr woman hat dlvovered that a I pile of cotton tho bet of In caUutor Cotton thrown together in u heap will K'eiierute u low mid dteudy heat, und the woman, knowing' tin, placed home t'M in the pile a un vxoriiiitmt und was delighted, in IhiMxmrra of u short time, to eo rhlekn come out of tho hhell heulthy riiii.uir.i.i'iiu Young MUotu-ian-. A tnsetlngof lh them stockboldirs of the National Amimg Uie pufnger who nalletl on tho upon tho top of towers to dcoay and hi liink oriluttoOTlllt will t held st tbelr Uoklng bouirln liiutoii'llleon the 2d Tuwils j Id Jsous-rtromrr Alameda iccenHy mm a gentle- consumed by tho carrion birds. These qusei IS88, for the purpose of fleeting nine Direct- man from MisBourl-Willk- im Milan, of Ht. 'receptacles of tho dead aro called tho Tow-r- u,.. ... pitj mo valuing jesr, 389-t- d Joephof Silence. W. IIOCEEK, Cuhler. tho yonng woman ho hoi' to inuko hi wlfo avor Wirt! a prominont person among tho Tar somewhat of tho romantic Heverul months tars dlos Uiero ensues whut American l ago. aityw the Ban Francisco Alia, it relatlro .would term it regular olrcus. Hired of Milan' living In Cheswlck, Autrallo, slush themselves, priests kick wrote it letter to the Missouri merchant, and howl, and tho women give way to all A meeting of the iloekholders of the Fin! Nations! Hank win I held at tbelr banking ooum In telling him of the many virtue of it young svrts of caprice. Htaulordon thelMTuwday In January, 18S8, for ludy residing in Cheswlck, whom tho relaA TiiAVct.itit in Ilnrcelonn descritw the the purpose of electing eleren Directors lo Krre tive described us being both handsome and eostume of tho natives it very novel und the eniulog jrtar JOHN J. McKOIIEUTS, Cathler. wealthy Mr Milan Immediately wroto to picturesque; tho girl fine looking, with tho young lady, iisking for a corresponddark skin und glorious eye; tho men ence He described himself und hi busicourteous, active und ex)iert in throwing ness outlook us favorably as possible, und their odd, Moorish knives, and murvelous Ineloicd it photograph, fearing that she mountain climbers. A raeetlog of the stockholder, of the Farmer. might huvo it misguided opinion us to the N atiooal 11 nk will be held at tbelr banking home Tun Armenians of Ilussin phyHicul uppearuncu of a Miskourluii. power lu each home. The iu numuru ua me ta lur.dar in January, 1555, enjoy u Much to the young merchant' urprle grandfather command, The entire family, for the purpoMi ol electing nine Director, to serve tbeetitulng ;ur, tho young lady uccepted hi offer of a children, sons-llaw, duughtors-lu-luand J B. OWBLEY.Ciubler. und she In turn forwarded a grandchildren all obey him. Tho wifo Is photograph of herself Her stately and humlkouio figure, ojien countenance, large oondemued to silence from her marriage aSTO. eye, which she described a tielng black, till tho birth of her first child. Tan Kuklidtluns are great drunkard, and REPORT OF THE CONDITIO! and the neat arrangement of her hair, toy, hj AMONG FOREIGNERS. Tub I'arscc of India do not put a doad under ground, but doposlt I Uiedj Stockholders Meeting. -- Q THAT - s whoeik-qualntancewlt- h J mourn-lerocutuu- Stockholders Meeting, M'KOBERTS & STAGG, -- , OF- 38'J-l- d Stockholders Meeting. Trans-Cuumsi- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, Having lecnrd tho Borvices of C. F, KENT, a practical Watchmaker with yeari experience, all work will bo done with neatnen and diipatch, fully insured. Spectaclei and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. many -- one-mu- n 28-t- d 2917. jini'r so pleased the Mlskourian thut he proposed, and In uue time hi offer of marriage was accepted 1'hiii receiving u letter notifying him that his suit wu favored, Mr. Milan pniottcd an early murriitge. The Australian helrek unswered that tho ceremony could Uke place u soon it ho reached Cheswlck. Ho Iminedlutcly purchased an elegant home In Ht Joseph, und furnished It In first class style To it number of his Intimate friend Mr Milan stated that he would return to his Missouri homo u lleno-dic- t. Tim groom gether with the fact that she I an heiress, cooking. their women paint their faces horridly. of Tim Their fiery wino kept in hog skins. To make the skin supplo they skin the hog alive National Bank of Hustonville. In a horrible manner, then soak the hides in naphtha. The wine kept therein tastes like In the Bute of Kentuoky, at the close of Business, Dec. 7, 1887. benzine, but the natives like It. A LAitur. part of the food of the denizens said to consist of of the extreme North RE80UHCE8. meal ground from prchltorie bones and Loan, and dlKOunt 087,578 24 hells abounding in thu soil. According to OTerdrafn,.... jlg2 3 s report Itplund alone consume U. 8. Ilondt to secure Circulation. 12,800 03 annually obtained from ono section. This Due from approred rwrre agents 6,709 87 queer edible is mixed with grain meals In Due from other National Hank. 7,9 G 1 1 car-load- rEs-w- FURNITURE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. vVSjBa. sSMJaBaw ' 1 aBSr!sHB sVW? mI el " Although I have nevr een Ml ," said he, auddenly checking himelf, "no, I tell you her name. Although I have won't never een her 1 urn sufficiently pleased with her to muke her my wife Thut the young ludy- character I unlincitchublc I am confident from the assertion of my cousin lu Cheswlck I knew her Uj be educated from the tone of her letter, that she ulitll he d'tpatched It An economical Indiana farmer named is beautiful uny person can eo by a look at lluje rtivtitly Ik'nIowimI upon the Methoditt her photograph At l!rt her wealth was KpicoNil church i:U', tho amount of hi an object to me. but since the- first two or To hu ur of having three letters let eived from her I no longer uiii(;h for year think of thut, but am anxious to mret and the niimcy dUiMcd of a hu w1he, ho give it in hi lifetime, (inly u.kiug that an ini- wed her for her own dear sake " A the steamer cast off from thr,tdoek quity of I.Mni be ettlhim for the rethose who were acquainted with the object mainder of hi life The Hoard of Mllou l.us flirt I the annuity at fjl,) for Mr. of the young inert'huut's lsit to Australia ll&yr und I.Vo for hi' wife At ft mr cent, wished him a pleasant voyage, uud all ex- mterent the board will net I.VU.I a year pressed hojio that he would find hi intend(.iter juiying the uirnuitic. o It eeni to ed poukc all that fancy and llstiiui-- pictured. iiaveaery gixd thing of the bciuet farmer recently came upon n pruirio dop on the prairie that upeured to U-Intent Uiu omethiiiK that ltdid not tiOtltv hi approach I'ikiii K"itiK up to It ho found It to be iriumflxt-by the oye of a Jurire rnttleiiuko willed u few feet dlatariL He punlied the dog uolde, thereby putting the Miuke Into a great rage, which continued A md hungry such a are usuully donominated handsom Ue-- i big rich, ho wu oonldercd by the mothers of Ht Joseph, or those who possessed marriageable duughter. tho best catch in the county ilefore leaving on the veel for Autrulla Mr Milan could not be peruuded to exhibit the photograph of the fair one, ulthough ho acknowledged having It lu hi vullse yeursof to be Is u man of about age, tall, uud with feature thirty Kn - - - tiu One great nnd striking lx'cullarlty of tho Japanese Is the fact that they speak a poly-- J syllable language, but write a monosyllabic H'ait ttieir own nutlvo uiai is, tney langunge, but write tho Chinese or character language. Thu they must learn to road und write tho Chinese language; though they never jieak It. AN African correspondent write of tho inhuhltunts of the While Nile countries saying, that umnng them are tribe a white ns Kuropeuns, with long, silky huir, tho beards of some of the old men reaching to their feet-- Many of the bluek tribe eat none but human flesh, men und women being sold in the mnrkets ut so much a pound, tho samo as beef or mutton Amonii the Arab courtship I regarded as un imjiortant event in life. Tho Arab loves a none but an Arab can love; but ho l also mightily excitable and enly won. An Arab ee it girl bearing water or brushwood, and In a moment, almost at a glance, I as madly in love us If he had passed year of courtship. Ho thinks of nothing else, cure uud dream of nothing lsebuttho girl ho love; and not infrequently, if he is disappointed iu his affec tions, hu pine uud die. Real Estate, Furniture and fixture Current expenses and taxes paid .......... I'remluma paid.................... Check, and other caab Item. ... Hill, of other Bank. Legal-tend- 1,800 00 801 79 3,200 00 191 S3 615 00 -- IsMsaBWslsyjsoaw K ' vTssssMssflMswsHRniV-sHsaB- l N Sprele note Redemption fund with U. B. Trea.urer (S per tent, of circulatlou) i,U9 6i l,wo 00 Ml 50 c;sssssBssHj3ssyBP!ssHsBBssTJssH .sVssIBsKsssHSHDssSSILIIOvBssHsssss m Lsssnr-flsMK- H Wf ,WV'UM ZukS JlLiaiCT IU- - Total LI A It I Capital Stock paid In Surplus fund LIT I ES. S130,?l Is 150,000 5,000 5.0S0 11,250 00 00 55 00 5,2&0 04 T H sS sfjsf M BBtlB3Bic?ifLsvvlyrJa XC-S- ws. Jr I ' TEffi- -i JfcMaCsJSalMHsMsW 4y iJ5riS V 7 i Vjj Utidlrlded profit. National Bank note, outstanding Indl?ldualIeolts.ubJect Total to check Due to other National Bank. ., BTATE OK KENTUCKY, ) J "" County of Lincoln, 2,(70 G9 3130,261 18 Will nlwityH hare on hand h large and or tnre and Tndertaker'H GnodM. My prices select linelow a-Fiirnl. - hiii-Iwill be as Roods can be bongst In the cilles. Uive me a trial and you will be convinced that 1 sell lower than the lowest i I, J. W. Hocker, Guhler of the aboTe named Bank, do solemnly .wear that the aboe statement I. true to the of injr knowledge and belief J. W. HOCKER, Cuhier. BuUcriUd and .worn to tefore me thi. 12th Jar of Dec., 1887. O. t PEACOCK, N. P. L. C ll WEAREN & MENEFEE. Correct AtteaL' U. Baowjf, Kovraao Alcobn, T. J. Bobikson, ") Director.. HOME INDUSTRIES. 0 Tub present prtsluction of steel I ton per year while (M.UiO tons was the limit fourteen year ago. Ik lKt7 there were 1..VO mile of rullroal; now there ure i:'.,rj.'. miles, 1'i.WJ miles more thun theru ure is all Kurope. Oxb of tho thriving Industrie of Colorado City, Col , I tho mining of gypsum and tho grinding of the minerul for the purpose of converting it Into plater of purl. Anot'T DU),(Ki0 tons of iron uro yearly produced by the Southern Ktttte alone with a prospect of a three-folIncrease when all furnaces under contract are completed. Turur. are about 15.UKJ periodicals now published in this country with u circulation exceeding 81,0W),0U0,i0 copies. In tho purchase of these K)0,sol,(u) uro uuuually sjiont. Im thirty year' tlmo the woolen manufacture of thi country huvo increased from fX),CH,M to f"J7,U,UJ. In tweuty yeur tho cotton Industry ha rlseu In value 1,M0,-000,(0d IETO. 1705. y. A A LITTLE LEVITY. from fiicrT frroan llttlo uciie-con- f JtriiKimiT, of HufTulo llill' troupe, ha Lui hi card engraved In Iondon Tliey "Mr t'armltie Undergarment." nadthu In the nxnlng up of a Tn M'W H"etern town nre, a plow to murk out the lot and u newpaM-- r to publlh the key to the Munition Tur. lxt artii-l- of refreshment a young ult"or, I ludy can pnivlde for u dinideut lofufirir. he, of coupm'. will grup tho Inference if lie pop he get the coi 11 Wiir.s a man it down to a table and out hi meal from the bottom of In upturned plate. It Ih nn Indication of extreme i.irouiif or a deiiM' ignoranco of tho U.lge of (nilite ocety , l It I Htated that that have acijuired the habit of chewing gum (rem their iiiivtrothe. never chew lieforo xinmr, ukiii the iipMariiuco of trungcr they alwa.VH Ktick their cud to a chuir-bol-- t in or wilidow-Hil- l TwoHtudent ring a hatiil profenKor' It'll at midnight lie putx hi head out of tho window and want to know what' up. One of your window h wide ojen." "Where!" iM'hiliiicd the startled professor. "Tho one you tire looking out of." Om day the children were having mi lesMiii on the blue heron. Tho teacher lulled intention to It small tail, saying; The binl ha no tail to cuk of." The next nn she asked the sclmluir, to write a of the bird, and u little girl wound up b saying. "The blue heron ha it tall, lut it must not be talked about." "At Mi acquaintance" uro eldom forgotten If thev have unv wealth Kimi hould be weighed In their own The catch weight, that fixed by tho m.de Uikii who cutchu the Mali, i nerer correct. A AT( iiMtkrii would never do u u water rate; he would be apt to charge too much for the tpritig A riii.Ko:-iiiryoung lady when nkc! w hut kind of a noun wa, replied: ' 1Mb common and proT " n l'nw "kl'' riTHl. well-hnx- pug-dog- ii PARAGRAPHIC ' POINTERS. Trill- l said to In the native laud of tho nasturtium. Tin: Paiuson itluiti derive its niiiuu from l.imucu. the place of its origin. "Cow iii:i:i-uii tho signification of tho term applied to butter by the IS reck. I State tlm coffee tree often grow to the height of twontj live feet. c Turin: were less than is.uin in the I'nlted Stute in 1SIT; ut present there poM-ol!lc- lire Tllf pipulation of the United State in Km was W.SMj.oj'i, in half a century It advanced to .i(i,lA,?sJI. I'm one billion ami over people of tho earth speak In ;i,uVl known languages, and have I.UOilitTiTcut religions hellet. Tin mother of Mary lle.itrlco, of the Court of James II., first produced wax flower tu Knglaud. They were made a a gift for her rojul ihiuu'hter Tka was unknown to the Creeks and previous to the eighteenth ami was not used in Kngluud lieforo tho middle of the seventeenth century. Is rcgaid to the origin of the term "old ho" a applied to unclaimed ex pies mat- ter, history says that Alvin Adam started in the express business with ono wagon and un old horso; whence, arose, the term. 'kw IIwkn, Conn., was the first city in the world to oim a telephone exchange. J his occurred in January, 1ST, since which timo nineteen of the principal cities of the Union huvo a totul of llf'y thousand to Central Asiu a tho aboriginal ubode of the horse. The (list horse wu landed in America ut llueiios Ayres in 1W7. Australia had so many wild horses hi 187."i, It was found necessary to shoot thousands of them. In Franco it glass or mug of beer or nle Is called a "bock," which word I derived from the (Icrman. It originated in Munich during tho reign of Ixiul de Huvlere, who wu thrown down byn buck, of which incident it is commemorative. ltui i ugo. tjrat Wvallli. from Tulludcgu, Ala , to tho ThihulelphU Jif.ci contains the following sensational informiittnu Kver since tho late war ut different times in this section tif the South there hu been discovered many places wherein treusures wero buried by refugeeing parties. On the line extending from the Carolina through Tennerc and Ueorgiu to Alabama and on to theUulf wa beyond doubt dcpoltcd much valuable property, money, jewelry and silverware, A party of iron prospectors, while engaged in making excavations following a certain vein of ore on the Mdc of the mountain slw uatcd on the Miller property, ulniut two und f mile eut from tin city, retently discovered a large opculug in the hillside resembling a cave Ukjii an examination being made an immense underground pas sage leading toward the city wa dutcov ered The party procured torches and con tluucd explorations, going a fur a a mile under ground They describe the owning to be ulsmt three feet wide by lx feet high When alsiut a uurterof a mile from the entrance they discovered the skeleton of a human being, an old rusty tin Ixix, part of a hammer, un old piece of u saw, several parts of different kinds of veupon and seventy twenty dollar gold piece tied up in u leather suck Thi cae or underground utssuge Is thought to have been tho of a gang of desperate bushwhackers, uud the finding of these urtlcle mid money leads to the belief that nn Immense o amount of treasure Is secreted in this passage In conversation with old lesidents of tho city und county, the fact was established beyond a ihiubt that during the late wur a gang of thieves, whoo-ratcextensively in this county und up uud down the Coosa river, had their hiding place near Talladega, winch fact was, however, never ascertained fully ns to It exact liH'iitlou until tho discovery of this immense cave or passage, which bears out their assertion. A paity of citizeiiH went out to mnko a further exiiiuimition of this truly wonderful discovery und ictortcd tho passage to be nearly two and a half miles long, divided into several large alcoves, or rooms, with a beautiful lake of running water Hewing off to the west of the main direction, so rough and narrow in several places us to render it almost Impassible Nothing of value was found by this p.ut further than retried by the tinders Never be foie lias so much excitement been caused by u discovery, and the fact of these articles and money found b the party of prospectors will cause every foot of that passage to bo searched thoroughly for wealth, supposed to bo hidden there One party being interviewed on the subject, expressed tho belief that thi eave or passage was the home of an Indian heiiiut. who accumulated untold wealth from a gold mine situated near it, which is now being worked, and which show signs of luiMiig been winked year A An Alatiaiiia peclal WONDERFUL CAVE. Catrru Mippourt tn Conlnln REPORT OF THE CONDITION The Farmers National Bank A.T TANP011I), mm business Dec. 7, 1887. In the Btate of Kentucky, at the Close of RESOURCES. .1323,418 Loan, and discounts OTerdrafta 17. H Bond, to secure circulation. Other dock., bond, and mortgages Due from approred reseMe agent. Due from other National Bank. Real estate, furniture and fixture. Current expense, and taxes paid t 4,S0 CI 60,000 00 27,800 00 J,'JiC 83 4,853 78 7,000 00 one-hal- from 1(IT,0CS,(HI0 to Premium, paid. Bill, of other Bank. Fractional paper currency, nickel, and cents l,t'.9 12 4,574 71 4,000 00 49 50 5,000 00 C.vOO 00 8pel ...- -. u some-whei- Or tho '.Vliii'.i tons of line produced In tho world In ls the United .States conor l,:H ton. It tributed fully I rejiurtod that tlio field ure enlarging yearly und the yield proportionately larger. Tut growth of the llk Industry in America i regarded with surprise and alarm by tho manufacturers nbroud. I'aterson, N. J., the great center for this article, turning out annually over one hundred million dllhtr1 worth of silk good. It I thought that at uo distant day tho culture of the olive will become one of tho most important as well ns profitable field of horticultural enterprise with us, us it U at present with many countries in tho south of Kuroio, whose chief revenue I from tho exjiort of olivo oil und pickled olives St'iMii can now lie, refined In thi country ut u profit of un eighth of a cent n louud, uud sometime a low as a sixteenth; or in other words, from eight to sixteen H)unils of raw sugar must now bo treated in refining iu order to ipako a cent, from eight hundred to sixteen hundred pound to make a dollar, from eighty thou sand to one hundred Mid sixty thousand pound to muko one hundred dollars, und boon. Osr. of the peculiar Industries of this country the skinning of herring in which employ (( up.ttiou young establishments as high girl, who earn lorty or fifty us soven dollars it week, and Hay hs many ns sown iiiul I'ljiht thmtNiitiil iWh jior wuck. mo ope? nu ion is Hiiiiiie, inn iiiioroHiitif;. Thoy transform the liorrmt? of tlu old counone-nint1 do-riv1 Legal tender notes . Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulatlou) Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, 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- s, 2,230 00 1450,924 01 Total LI Capital atockiprid in Surplus Fund UndlrMH profit. National Bank Note. outDtinillng.- Indlrldual depoalts auhject to check Due to other National Banks. Due to State Bank, and Banker. Total.. STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 ABILITIES. $700,000 00 79,000 00 - Gfi'JS 95 45,000 00 112,0'.M 58 4.214 88 3,918 CO 450,924 01 All ol work guaranteed as represent" ed. Prices m suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles iiu any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. II.ORERIV. WEAREN & MENEFEE. Ajjt.. HnHteiiYllIe, Ky. J83, ttiunty of Lincoln. I, Jno. It. Owflejr, Cashier of tlicalioTe named lUnk, ilomili'iiililjr wc:ir lli.U the alute statement b true tu the U-- t of my knowledge and JNO. B. OWsI.EV, Cashier. . AtteatotDif Flewe We de.lre to call your attention to ourlre.b and 01 every description, which we keep constantly on SuliscrllKil mid .worn to More mo this 12th day y . it. BltlUil I', N. P. L. C. ol Dec , ltsS7. vorreci sural : J. J. Willi A. W. Cari I'KNTKR,") t Directors. S. II.iriUN J JSTO. 27S8. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK Complete Line of Groceries Om fctoelt of Hardware. hind, and aek you to coiueand examine It a. well a Which no retail bouse can compete with. While you ound, we will ah' wyou tb THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP SSTANPOllU, At Btanrord. in tho Htnto of Kentucky. at Closo of Dusinots, Dec. 7, 1887. Oliver Chilled and Imperial 11mvn, W e aro .gent, for, the l.t In the market; alto the i IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, Something new and novel and the finest thine of the kind In use. In our line ol Heatliu aud Took i. Muw ;o Stove., we can phasoihe inot fastidious p lmth prlcw and mam, and e.eclally lu rn in fuel we wish to show yen something exie.lent. , Ol 2 llr,e w" 'P Lluie, Cement, Salt, At m there Is ararcoly anything we havn't icnt tnut 1. anything near cur linn. Come In win i sou Very truly, town and we. hall bo delighted to make it pleasant fur you i.- g I I h, Hank AliuiK's Miiiiiiiiirnt. The citizens of Nevada are raising money for a monument to Hank Monk, the famous stage driver, whoso body lie in a lonely defile in the Colorado .Mountains, near the Clear Creek road. The monument will bear these words: Hank Monk, The Whitest, MltfeiM Heart) il und Host-Known Stitgq DrlMir of the Wist, Who ua Kind to all ami Tliouulit 111 He Lived In u Strange I'.rn and win ,i Here. And the Wheels of HU C'o.icli are Now K i K on the Culdcu Stieets. 1 ' ' of None. ' subscriber. Tiiaihtion points i I'arlor llllile HradliiK. The llostou Tui'inrift suy the ''Uihlo reading lu jmriors will iki it leuture of. societydiversion, shall it lie saidf this winter uud will take the place among some of tho Intelectual thut llrownlng' recitals e occupied last year Header who may from thi preface that society I becoming pious will bo disapjHimtcd when they lourii thut the new movement find It support umnng the agnostics und that tho old Illblo will bo select ed solely with the rhctoricul uud orutoricul possibilltcs of its stately languuge Iu view." con-elud- ami saloon It E S o U it c K S . counter variety. Into tho inoro nrintocratio 1y.m. and DUcoimta J3I1.6M 23 houi'lch hcrniiK of coimnoreo. They cut ()enlrafts 2,SI7 10 off tho head, strip off the skin nil tho way U.S. Bonds to nocurc circulatlou 50,000 00 buck-honlotiud, split tlu h ami tako out the 47,200 00 Other stocks, Ihjih1., and morlg.ies so nearly in one motion that tho oyes Diiefroui aiinmHl 13,9VJ 57 agents of tho onlooker aro ikveivwl. 8,814 41 Due from other National Banks i Duo from btatf Banks aud Banker...... BUSINESS NOTES. Kc.tl Estate, fiirnlturo and fixtures 8,900 00 2,470 48 Current oiensoa aud taxes paid Tut: nianuf.K'turo of watches Is on tho (Cinoinnati Now Orloans and Toxas Paolflo Hailway. i 0,000 00 ami the supply is generally ineipuul Premiums paid 747 10 Check, and other rash Items to tho (lemuiul. Ml CO Tin: value of hreuilstuff exported from Bill, of other Bank. UrAOf fPnvoD tho States duriiiK the last yearap-lnximAt!- Kr.iction.il paper currency, nUkels und OUULIt AJIiOl XVIIO, VHVI1) VJUltLlt IIMI- 24 99 j cnli iSv!l,imti.ni ' - 4,720 00 Tub wool clip of tho United States in- Specie OC P. 2 '87 8,939 00 Legal tender notes creased from SU.OWM'.i 1n .i)tt ioi.hw.OJO Redemption land with U. S. Treasurer in ls1, or 'it.il per cent, in six years. KKAI) DOWN, iu:,w i 2,250 00 (5lH.Tieiit.of (luulatlon) Ari'i.rTov, Wis., Is now the second city In THAINS SOUTH. rilAlror the country' In tho mutter of paer producSVH.309 00 Total Ao. b. No, 1. No. 5. No. 3. No.7. STATIONS. tion, the yearly output lieini? exceeded only No. 2. Dally Dally. by that of Lochtioi't, N, Y. Dally. Ex. Sun, Dally. Dally. Imhi LIABILITIES. 1250,000 00 Tin total value of exjiorts of luerchandlso Capital Stock paid In 6 41 p m 6 12 p m 10 .. iu Ii 4 p iu 7 55 mini 4 03 p mi 9 00pm 7 55 a m L've...Clnclnuatl....A'rv it 11,000 CO II 25 a in 7 10 n 3 18 p mi 4 15 p iu from tho United States for the last year Surplus KunJ ., Lexington HI u HI i 15 y Q mil 19 n iu 10 IS am 2 23 pm1 3 10 p uj 1 05 p ml 9 lOp in' I 20 a in II 25 a ml Junction City 11,303 31 footed up tTlT.ie.Ml'Jo, while that of Imports Uudlided protils nidi IU AI IU rt IU 95) puiill 25 a i 61,0 am 313 pm' IU .uatuaie. 45,000 00 6 35pm ... National Bank Notes outstaudlng for the biuno tiuio was Hoyce.... 153,35) 10 Tjic foiest area nwitod by tho United Individual Deposits. tlhject to check Ai'T.ChatUnooga..L've 7 10 pm! 9 00 a in 6 mi p iu '"I 9 15 am 6 00pm L'v.. Chaltauooga. 'rv 3,847 til 9 30 p u Htutos liovernmcnt is lepoiteil as repre- line toother National llauk A'rt..... All. nta ....Ar'v 904 12 senting a capital of fS'iSH.OUOMl; of this it is Duo to State Bank, and Banker. II (Sa ml 3 SO a a) 4 00pm 11 IOpiu,Lve nlriulngbaiu '.'0,900 SO Note, and bill, re dltcouuted said 16,000,000 In yenily lost by lire. 12 a ml 1 40ku C 30 p m 12 4$ a m Tualooaa a srou C'tLiroitM ranks third us un JJW.809 10 Total York Btate. with tho pwnpoct of a second - 11 OOP in 4 10 a u A'rv ...Meridian ...J.'vh 3 30 a m 10 30 p m KENTUCKY, place in tlio near future. Iu IsT.I tho prod- STATE OK ol Lincoln, L've...- - Meridian A'rv ) County s'iiO '"'.'. "s"3b"a"m "j "sTiToi A'rv. New Orlans..L'vt m 5 00 p'm. uct wui. ,Vls,(XKl K'lUons. which was Increased Cashier of abore named I, Jno. J. Mcltlert i L' ... Meridian. 4 &o a in A'rv luoop ml to nearly U.UKl.OOt frallons last year. IimiiW tho above do Doleuiiily .wear that 5 15 p m! 8 85 aru'l.'ve.... Jackron A'rv BtKleineiil U true to the best ol my kuowltxtge aud 4 Is renpcttvo values of farm products of teller. II 00 a in L've V'lik.burg P a.. JNO. J. MclluUEiUri, Cashier. 4 2u p in L've Monroe IU 05 a mj tho United States, h total of H,Ol4,tK)0,000 ...I 6 00 a ir 8 15 p m'Arr. Shrovepuri ...I day Siitrrllxtl and .worn to lieloieme till. 12th aunudll, , ixr:i lends off ut a valuation of 1887. W. M. BUIOHT.N. I'. I C. ItWT.OOO.OU wlio.it follow at 14X0,000,000, ol Maun Boudoir Buttol' Sleeping Car. ouall ihruugii iratus. ClISnlttT ATTKST cothay WfifiM.a, followed b. lMef, H. OOLLHK VN, Oen'l Krt. .n v.r. Agt. JOHN C. tJAULT, (len'l Manager, o HrsKKH J ton nn.l piultry. Cotton stwuds seventli in K. CAlUtOLL, Ueu'l Supt. W. U. WkLin, Director.. thu list. Bi.t cotton U still tint luadiiig ui General Office. St. Paul Building. Vftl Kuurtb Street, Ouctunatl, OB'u. D. W, of export. storo-boxt't- try l frt'O-lunc- li ti-- e, HOCK ER A ISUI; MT I I ' Queen and Crescent Route. FlnrKU I'nll ra Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orloans, r).iln Civflt Cwifl. Poof CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT I " I .!. 1 le., tl-e- ls ..' rCRCW Druggists 1 1 THE FEAST OF THANKS. couldn't find tho words. I could'ogly bring Thinking perhaps that items from this out my t kittles and knock oiT half tbs Tears pass like winds Hint cwmc to Mow, regular price, on tho ground that I wnntod U busy centre of railroad traffic might be of school at Goshen. l.lko stars that fall from hen en's ilomos dlsisiso on 'em ipilck, 10'a to lay In n nuw an i -- Oa Saturday night, the 24. b. there interest to thoso most interested, I will give Ity hid of jrcni, i,j- - winter snow . lmprovtsl stock. fnnuenchcd, still gleam thn limits of home. will be a Christum tree at one of the a few such aa have been gathered. I was longln' to know If tlilsj was hor homa, Anionic tho living or tho O, hearts wo Into here'er ye ls, Besides the new Shelton Hotel, there churches here. but couldn't think o' no way to Unit out with' Tor you t In snored Kinrtl Is spread, &c outnskfu' In hi many words, an' that I hadn't Last Thursday was Mr. George King's are many private boarding houses that are The feint of ninl Memory! tho courage to do. birthday. Ills wife pave an elegant dinner crowded to their utmost capacity with railShe handlist tho thing carefully, but all of Clear eyes full tilled of holler light, in His honor, to which only gentlemen road employes and their families, n Midden, when I thought s)iu was oxamlnlti' Clear souls at past ilratli'r) ilini Imnks, tho nihs of my biggest Ustkittlo, hlieiok There has been for about two months Through nil that gloom of utter night, friends were invited. Come, kecpuithus the day up ipiick nnd sharp. Mr. W. M. Garnet!, who continues to past an unprecedented heavy shipment of The wales of storm scourged of (hunks! yenr that lonr "I know when) I'vo ncii you," she said, May llit'k the golden head tilth fixuii; sillier very much, has the sympathy of tho coal and lumber via this would be railroad , "It wns when 1 dniinsl that Charloy Cninby. Ily the old hearths we Hit no more; on hand the largest nnd best selected lino of avo entire community. A large boil on Miss centre, averaging over 100 cars per day. Mnylsi ymi don't reineinU'r, slnco you didn't Yet Clod thanked fur loiu ami hoinel lose your teiiiier an' plncoj but 1m1u' your R T. Mattingly has moved to his new Kate tlolman's arm has caused her a great Though ho) un, joys, like April snow, plaw innkes you reini'inM." residence in East Stanford, on Whitley av deal of pain during the last two weeks. Mnj melt, though good or grief liefnll; Somehow them wordi mndo mo light Call on E W. Jones for "Holiday enue. W. C. Biraett has also moved into Tor nil man's life, fur blKs or wmi, headisl; she'd iviut'lllU'risI mil! He thanks wild M this feMUnl' Goods," viz. dressers, manicure sets, mir his new residence in South Rowland. Mr Oil h cs, old li,ik, old "I ns.slUvt," said I, fast ivs over I could for old tho lit that had sclrcd my tongue, ''an' I Of every kind over put on tho market, and are selling thorn lowor than any-bod- rors, Christmas cards, picture frames, pho- Dick Greaver has nbout recovered from Wherefnmi full nmnj a friends, portsdays iiivion wnntisl to shako hands with you. Ho d I'or all, fur nil, to (iod U praise. Tho moat fastidious can bo suited in anything from a doll baby up to tograph and autograph albums nnd toys, his recent illness. And inokt fur lute mid kindly hearts! sorvtsl all joii gino, tho vurmltit!'' I God there is a fast growing disposithe cheapest ever sold in Crab Orchard. Sho smiUsI it littlo, and sighed, too. a fine dresser. Call and see them. "It lost me my plan, of course," sho went There will be another entertainment at tion on the part of the citizens to educate Till- lMIKSKXT3IIIS.(Jin3IK. on, takiu' up a bread pan uu' turiiiu' it over the College Hall, on the night of the 22nd their children, morally as well as mentally, up another ou "1 ntu't I us tho heart under the management of Mrs. Hawee and so as to not only avoid future trouble, but on It ain't every iiiuii that hua n rlmiipo to wo yet, so hem I am at home, a scoldln' You to build up and maintain a healthy senti tho worst Miss Thrixton. These two names are sufli side of bisMifeV diHiiicter nforo jssliller an' tellln' my nlfalrs to another. F-3VC-"WLcient to Insure a good performance and a ment which will be a pride to our county iimirlngo ninl the muvtnovi nfter. Hut I must have a pretty ssir opinion of me, au no wonder " KiE Mir" a Unman, nith us Kio,l mi outfit n as well aa this especial cmmunityi large audience. She ended with a littlo laugh, un' said ah nmul, lillern, iwun, gilcwtisl they'd tako On to night, Friday, there will be an The public school being taught by trnvels n tf,.v Kiigl.-uutho bread pan all' tli4 brooms, tooUettlw, an' all sorts nlckimcks, Miuiller kittle. oyster supper at the College Hall, given by your scribe will close next week. The at- Ma' iiulii.lisl, vt a pretty gon.1 back view As the year is drawing to a close, I desire to return my thanks to my the Good Templars. It Is for a good cause tendance has been more regular and "Do ymi calkerlato to stay round lmmo all nu of what leornisl folks nifl noWety. An' It I friends and the public generally for the very liberal manner in which they and deserves to be well patronized. Tdoee merous than for several sessions, so I am ulxiut o" follerin'iuy tnulo in tins fashion summer f" askisl, Imting myself Ivau my fare was gettin' nsl as llru. that I llrst niw tho present Mrs, (inino. . have patronized me during tho year and also to say that I intend during tho In attendance will also have the privilege of told. Patrons and trustees have shown us She was She answerisl Isu'k ipilU) fierce: at the wiwli tub, an' the Mints was "I shall stay till I i to iimuago my coming year to makoa greater effort, if possible, to furnish them with every- listening to some excellent music, as the much courtesy since we have been here fly MS for alt they was wiith. Him looked tenisT U'tter In tryln' tlimi, which, ncconl The children are mostly of a bright and jmlt, t.x.. though you illicit not think It school piano will be moved up stairs. will bo satisfactory to all. thing they may need and at prices that ill' to present apisvirnuceH, won't Iss nny txi in Our yery bright from the work Mio was at, for xho nature, with I feel that my facilities aro not surpassed by any merchant in the Statu, g sendency lucky star is certainly were the as. cheerfulboth sexes. Formany five months hair ainl the water hod made It euil had red s"sm." some sslillers wns enough lo try the around I vild this week, for we Invited ones of the her forehead, an' tho riiblun' h,l nmdo her well lighted building; right on the railroad, occupying a largo two-storand were present, too, at three splendid din we have been in and out among them, we thoeks iiti. an' Miuiethiu' I'll tell of when I Isitleiice of n snlnt, an' then grew reddor'n I was afnild she'd think I meant ever, no rente or city taxes to pay, paying spot cosh for nearly every dollar's worth ings. On each of these occasions all of the have not seen a single drunken man, or one get to It Ins! made her eyos Minp. I was nlsie all slch an' an oxreptlnn to 'etn. It wiw one of th.o bis Ihiiimw In n suburb of goods I buy, selling altogether for cash or to strictly good mon, having no delicacies that could charm the eye or tempt who seemed inclined to he quarrelsome she wrwdtiin' work at as third girl, to help Hut she didn't seem to tako it tlmt way. Shs laughed, and said thero was )sldler an' jssd Having talked with many of the citl-za- wiouui losses to makoup off of those who do pay all of which aro certainly consider- the palate were placed before us and we on tins in nil. Win could ioiks ikii-and railroad men in regard to a street Into n null to work, but wmiehow clio dlers. to keep everything did ample justice to them all. Mrs. Sam ations for close buyers. I shall continue as heretofore, TIk'U we settleil for the things, an' there Ward, Mrs. V. K. Buchanan and Mrs. Dr. railway from here to Stanford, I find that Hain't take so kindly to mill work, she told Mil' no excuse for my stay in' longer, I wwit everybody wants and with a cordial invitation to all to come and ceo my me afterwards, ns 1h did to liousowork, oven I said to iiivxdf Pettus are the excellent ladles to whom we they all agree as to the necessity of the en- If Ii.iii-.-a gissl maiiv times tlmt or k was inoro tlrudgin' iiihI '. day : 'Kite's got rs balr, an' ahe's got a tin are indebted for these pleasant days. Long terprise, as it would not only saye much The Uu-yard to this Imhi was a green l'r;" Init It didn't keep her out o' my Usid a long will memory recall these happy hours valuable time in the transfer to and fro, nor binder Inch are both handsome and useful and ot prices clear out of the reach of spent in their hospitable hemes, Oje fea but be of great convenience to those who sort o' plaiv, with lot o' Ihi.Ihw an' trir miti), farm 1kmim me from gettin' round t" tlmt again in a week. This timo nfore yon got In full slKht kitehen we didn't make no trade, but we lutd a few J. competition and extending tho best wishes of the season, and again thanking ture that added very much to tho enjoy live in Stanford whose place of business Is door, fill' w hen I'd whero I sas pretty words o' noiiMftso an' wo you, one and all, I am, respectfully, P. M, WARE, McKinnoy, Ky. ment ot these occasions were the numerous Rowland. Also the immense trade carried nmragiNsI view o' th priiiitM.- an' Hforo'l lienrty way things oer, growin'. tiotictsl tlw wure on by the grocery merchants in town, the could get atrotlifr night ' tin lovely songs so admirably rendered by Mr. whiikiii at It was imr twilight, nn' when I weiitaway my, with Ioto' 1 liH'l a feclln' as if I'd tucked expense of which would be greatly lessened the tub, I limnl wniiel-xl- y Daugherty, h bit ' solid uieniiin' In tits times: In my heart to nuike nw glrvl Misses Lillias and Jean Huchanan as well as the amount of business increas 'Ym do tlmt again, an' I'll do nn' thankful in the dut an' Him o' the nnd have gone to Knoxviile, Tenn., to spend ed. Then ao the demand is evidently so more than talk- - now iiiIimI"1 It I tdcpinsl out in full vlw o matters, an' grewnsst. l Ita(Milty often tlmt smiiiniT, font great, who of our monied men in Stanford the winter. Mfssrs. A. E. Gibbons and to dreadful dry season, an' tlie Ibere a little unto .' riggtsl up Uibyluw wiu D. 8. Hinman, of Dinville, paid a flying and Rowland will Inaugurate and push for travslln' whs vile. I t. j;o to that fanii ipiiiiii nil i iiiui tliewaslittili. Imhis a gissl nmiiy tlnies; It wim no u. try-Ivisit to friends here. Mr. James Gover, of ward the enterprise, which would evident It whh an nggnnatln' tiling, an' I know-Jes- t to keep away, for t.'w tleatght ' tbeiu how tlmt little woman Mt Then-- alio Stanford, has been visiting his brother, Mr ly be a paying one, instead of investing bright drew me there sure as Bwen Gover. Mrs M. C. Williams, of their capital in building up foreign cities, was n working away for dear life for It win draws Imsm. late an' I smi,l , there was still a big pile I iimde ejntttss an' iiimk Ml. Vsrnon, is with her mother, Mrs, W. towns and territories, that can never bene- o' clothe unwashed-a- ti' exiitst to mylf that "little vn-ts-a F Kennedy, who continues very sick. Mrs fit our home industries? So let us have tcnntiiu' nn throw in in lUbt full n'dlrt. I till I 'iiHxt forgot I was a Methodist III gisl f an' rofeulnr standlli'. Tlwn I divw Dealer In up Luciuda Stephenson is visiting in Har the street railway and a solidly built up Jft woiideml wlmt'ed luiisui. As I kii.iuiiim' nearer the bmiso, the slmrt rodsburg, where she will remain all winter. city all along the line. "It's tet UN., James Grime"" I said; "yf u'rs young raw-H- i ran out fur another Imndfiil, lot intethiu', an' yon won't Illul it t al.-s- s Mr. Robert White, of Mt. Vernon, spent F. Mc. an' with n faoo at me s kipsl bark llnly sw sevoral days with friends here. Miss Jean arrieket, autieipatln', no doubt, Dm fun of you Hud it in them brown eyes down on the A Lixon in Physiology. dray farm." A pupil in more ns,Iii'. Buchanan is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. So I Mit on my -t suit o' rlo's an' a light one of the public schools of the city comlint lie nils.! liismleiilatinds. He lmdn't I have bought the stock of goods formerly owned by Mr. F. S. Tuttle and Haldeman, in Louisville. overiisit. for It wns gittlri' insir winter an' plied recently in the following manner with lin more than jnit his lnverte.1 cl to tlH'tilghtx was chilly, an' I hlrtsl a tssnm of am doing business at his old stand. I have made large purchases since I The protraoted meeting, which com- a a the IlM-rrequest to write a composition on the sub the tub than the little woman lie'.l stable at tho village whore I was bought the stock and with the large and well selected stock 'that Mr. Tuttle menced at the Christian church on the iect of a physiological lecture to which the toriiieiitm' jnt wins down on him wwy stoppiu' an' starttsl. Hut I lmdn't gon and swift like, an' without a mite ' fiiM or or two tuni.-had, lam now prepared to wait on those wishing anything in the Grocery and night of the 7tb, Is largely attended and school had just listened: wato.' lirenth, landed him An iuUtesmU iiioiv'ii n tssldon't," I when I"gtln-w-l s Iwiclc. tn says, "No. yosi up much interest manifested, though there 0fpers. velvet, dirt an' all: Wiii!. )Wi yosir ery Imi aisl Milml n hlrtsl "The human body is made up of the Hardware line. See my stock even if you do not wish to purchasa. have been no confessions yet. Rev. R. A. rould iimnt perlwiislhnnlM. beld him there golu' to im) th-advantage li. TUCKER. Hopper, of Lebanon, who is conducting the head, the thorax and the abdomen. there n bleaehisl out little siniwr, U oniipiVt.lv ain't littU- - gilltakeI.ik such le.t she'll Is.o'tip'thI us "The head contains the brains when l out o" his t even cry. meeting, was assisted by Revs. J, B, Gibson is any. with lier day's work, an" In her isiiniii.u Then slM. M.t him. all diippin' like a drowned eery day drews. nn' you ain't gin' In tiisin and J. (). Montgomery, of Stanford, several "The thorax contains the heart and the rit. on tl. ilo.ir, an' lwld him fa.t bv tbw Iter all llvwl upas If jmi lmd no work i l. ' ihoiilderN. days this week. Able and appropriate dis- lungs. ' Yosi'tP doim that tiinw eiMMich." h- - utLl. or notI hln iki, sir, not by a Imig shot '' been presented by all of the courses have So toik wr tlss shiny tre do's an' put "The abdomen contains the bowels, of with a grain ..' ' tlmt I found It wwy to tit- oi .mm lmd on when I sem Wl M Ml W ministers and the splendid solo singing by which there are five: .J Cwl .m'ml Ml M -A, E. I, O and U, forgive, "air no. lopj.l ymi Now ller. Tlley was pretty seedy, Ult I llrst elti Mit Mr. Leonard Daugherty, of Eliztbethtown, and IreUkeiij.m in ImuhI, an' well wlwt'll on, nil' wlwn I'd hltrhwt th old iimiv Into sometimes W. and Y." Philadelphia pome who has been fitly styled "the sweet singer of it. (io tell j.mr motlier, an' Ml hr tlte SUCCESSOR TO C. II. BISHOP, tin cart I felt a lht more tspjarn an' Item. U give I'm rendy xtliiiatos,, .'ow coliifortalili. I wn lolaHter as furastlos of Isreal," is by no means a minor feature. go!" Stiuctxy Temi'kuakce "Is the editoi oWith went than the ihwr lit tie woman I wit ate. I The congregation listen to him with rapt n howl tlmt would hnvw donern-sllfor my wife h'ii to ctwracUsr I thought in." Ui a Fiji JidaiNler, the syake.1 Umimit attention and silence reigns supreme while ' my plstHii'naigh tai toil, an' felt uny ! "He is. I am that unfortunate indlyidu an' his self isHititiiU.sl his rich, melodious voice fills the church. wwit to low Iter. Hut tltcii thought, ts, of lwr nildun' fust and fuiious, hh If h ImI still brow n eyes and drove on Having purchased the Confectionery and Restaurant of the above, I will Thinking that it will be of interest to al. What can I do for you?" to r It was just "Well, sir, my name is Grinnell temper KilllitllillK o' woik olT. I time wbs-- I got to the continue the business at the old stand and will keep constantly on hand a some of your readers, we clip the following Ill silt tbs tefHir, sluwilil hev likml to t' ance lecturer. I want a drink the worst pio le-- a h.tirtv IwiimI nlinke. Init I kiww house, mi' they all asked uta In to take from the Cumberland Gap Jorf-v- , publishwith m. only Jam", aho kind, and being in my business you know JiHHigli alHit ulmrh follu. hu' tlnir ivlntlsms didn't msm im- - tsi lunchKIUilh ed at Tazewell, Tennessee, on the Sth inst: it wouldn't look well for me to go into a to their third girl to know ni-- a prNTlii' I that sutf'r wa aa long as com-iisiviMildu't "iheiunerai ot the late 1. U. L.ane was saloon. - prudent, munis, Imt it swnMt tn lly tiy to me Couldn't we scheme to rend out third girl a mite, - I it wouldn't help tho largely attended. He was one of the old Jml trnveUl Jek Uh Aftsr we wwx through I Utlke.1 crotsi u, Hu All of which I will sell at remarkably Low Prices. I make a specialty of for some?'' uy I b l isime, witltout a wms hIkmu Mlers old est citizens, was at one time tax collector cnitlemau, tail watched lJinils-tI felt pmty Mire tlie "Oh, yes. I'll call the darkey to the jr tiny thing els.. selling Stick Candy at 10 cents per pound. Preserves, Mince Meats, Cider and had also represented this county in the fwwr wnshln' tlte dlsresi. Site whs so my au' l to tlw tlmt would follow, to bsck window, I am also a strict temperlit, a she Avoske.1, couldn't and in fact, everything is kept in my store. I have opened a legislature." Quite a number of people in nheu tluit ouiittU'r's motiwr enmu down no iik njslte of my tleterHiiimtioii help It to kessji ance man " itairs, the lter. tliia section of country are closely related my niliid iHt Issr fatltcr, an' my yr,, ui I AND HANDSOME LINE OF DRUGS, The folks in the i .. ltwt I IhsI an' louktal, an' issuldn't gut eismgh o' to Mr. Lane, among whom are bis three There is no doubt that the bumptiousAnd will have an experienced man to attend to this line. Foreign Fruits in grandsons, Messrs. James and Robert ness and intolerance of the liquor men, knew at least Ifone of tliMiu would Is- - morts I'sikiir. I left, an' wouldn't lay up Minfortalder Aftrr tlmt I don't ifiii.inlr wltnt hap. great vnriety. Fit e works and Toys tor the Holidays. See my line before While, of Mt. Vernon, and Mr. Perry their disregard of legislative regulations igin me miy le in" wit o' iiutuiK-- r Hut Jsiesl, lull mtiiielitm wr founsl oilrv-lrout HI1MIIMI llHHSI all White, of Lincoln. He was the father of made for the public safety and the public nam-i- i in nn nny io on tb- - isiivii alone, hs.kln' at tlsi uwt, that purchasing. ANTHONY UUXX, Hustonville. s if then hail any rags m- - old sr tlny was all a maw o' K"I1 an' puqikt. It was one J. P Line, deceased, who was the first hus- health, their attempted dictation in poli nant.sl to swap for tinware of tJK-- momenta that couh to n nmn now band of Mrs. Kate Egbert, that now is. tics and the demoral zing influence which The third girl whsii t there, only the nu' tbsn mii' keep linn sure there's a Itenveii There has been so much moving around they have exerted in legislative bodies have firl In.nln siilsliiel like at a tl)e ,Sk snid tender an' deep an' still I dun' iiwitn to say were the dnring the last week that we hardly know been powerful aids to the probibition move- tl'i ilidn't tnnle with Nsler thov Inflight titere weren't no iioumi, for tlis-ill their till things down to thoNtn. Then where our neighbors live. Mr. Whit ment. They discarded moderation and I looked round (iirHlwt., ali'ake.l where tin) trs) ttimU a singin' an' the frog a crisikiu' 20 and 22 West Fourth St., an' the leNveii a nut I In', lait they was Mill Montgomery has moved to his farm in the rcoffed at good advice. If they are wise ither girl was, Imt at that she lik.sl scared iioImw au' trrailer. Kliaals-th,I country where Mr. Harrison Thurman now they will range themselves definitely tu' Midi she didn't know, l.ii nyj. feellii' bow lutnl it nn' no one knew wliiie mh'i gone. IMPORTERS OF would go with me Jf slw rvftiaed me. "KHm- lived, lit) has moved to Garrard county in favor of proper regulation of the traflic 1 was mighty sorry at that, lor I'd admired IsHh. !' ,rit lots of faults, an" I alnt got uo Mr. F W. Dillion has taken possession of such as high licenee insures. fCoicago that plucky dousiu', In spite of the bit o' IsiluJt lika tin- city chap to cover 'em, but I to the ssshhI love you. dear, nn' want you for my wife. 'eniNr. Well, I wild Mr. Whit Montgomery's place on the Tribune. ;irl nn' traehsl Imek to my enrt. you could isiie for me like Kojou Stanford pike, lately vacated by him. Mr For more than twoinontlw I jungle. ismnd tlwf" sikh President Lincoln said once that the Sam Ward baa moved to Mrs. Eva Smith's hi my tin enrt, innkln' hu' I was staiidiu' very Art Pottery and Fancy Goods honue. Mr. J T. Higgiiis, who formerly bed story he ever read in the papers ol iwellln' my IniiiI; account n few IwrgniUK ohi-Itiar Ikt, an' could dollars bear her htsut lssat last, but hIm iinswisl himself wih this. Two quakers were trav- wis-kI always was of a thrifty Tor Dining-- Itooins, Drawing turn, an' it with a soft, btll" laugh: lived there, has moved into Mr. Sam, , so do net Dooms ami Chamber Decorations. Smith's house. Mr. Sam Holmaa is now eling on the railroad and were heard dis "otno easy to lay ,y "You ain't got n :oiht," alw aayt, under niako rmlit, only nsufact. it her breath, "an' you ain't lout your plm-- on DINNER SERVICES STABLE living in the house opposite Mr. W. M. cussing the probable termination of the ilKak of lotsto I thought ulxiut tliHHsliin' ilii van' nctsMint of it, an' I think yoit'xe GLASSWARES SPECIALTIES. Garnet 's. Mre. Laura Moore has moved wir. "J think," said the first, "that Jeffer. what the two women htsl'snid when uilieniiMon't want me. at loan t, made a tin I don't we eon will succeed." "Why does thee think bo young torment h'-- told bis mn. I iluays how you to Mr. J. W. Guest's property on tho Som- any way " bo?" asked the other. "Because Jeflerson wnllcil wbwi I thought on it, wiis I didn't waste no words I kllew.iny hwirt ersot pike, where Mr. Sim Ward lived. "W. "WALLACE. , mj'ae, is a praying man." "And bo is Abraham a pretty suro tho niistie. didn't get the ls.t of told me, the iHiic.fuln.si MnN i THOMPSON, the It in words anyhow. An' soim how, TT-1 Howard Sturn, of Baltimore, apparently praying man," objected the second, "Yes, you and me, mistresses could luneii ileal of brown eyiss had what I'd lost in 'em an'soine- MtW ... T T ffllirtnfcir Mf thiM' jest put my iirms loimd her died of convulsions. His body wag placed but the Lord will think that Abraham is J'lalii done to 'mn without buviu' in the deep summer night, an' held her fast PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH, in a coffia and the coffin temporarily plac joking," (be first replied conclusively more'n their share. "I love you, touiH'riiii'nll," I says, "wash Hut ono afternoon 1 drove Into a fariuyaiil tub nu' frilling. ed in a vault. A few days afterwards, when Don't you euro for mo The deepest well in this country is at in' como near ruiiulr.' smash into another tin jest u littl JCY. the friends of the deceased went to have Ksldler establishment tlmt Insl got thoiv Yc-," " she whispered back, "In spito o' my Northampton, Mass., sunk by Belding ihetid forthofel-Iit'of me. With duo the remains moved from the vault to the tollljiei'." Bros. & G , silk manufacturers. is a.- rights, I wasa iivpiiiiu' to turn round It Evorythinn bolonging to thi grave, they were horrified to find the glass An' that's my wife, F.llralioth Jane, that I 700 feet deep and 8 inchee in diameter. At an' git out, when I heard a voice that somecall "mother" now, thero's niiothor in the top of the coffin broken and the body uusinoss aono in tne most approvKHaiIm-Ha depth of 150 feet from the surface a sedi- how seemed famlliir: Jano in tho fnmlly. turned over on its face. Sturn had evi'You'ro a swindler," it was Niyiu', "nn' Wollvi' on tho old farm, an', Imirin1 tho ed manner and as choap ub tho dently regained consciousness in his coffin mentary sandstone was struck, which con- you know it! The Isittom to that kittle is tinued the whole depth, and water was just tho iwonwt kind o' stutr, nn' tho nn ben mistakes that como into I all hoitsekispin' ohoapost. All I ask is a trial, To and made a desperate struggle to escape. an' havo to mj iiiado straight never obtained. Al St. Louie there is a come otr nn' Issui fiistemsl on again. I don't osjierioiuv, wo'vo bwu as happy as tho day by is The shroud was torn to shreds. want to triulu with you, an' I won't, so you long. my many Customors who havo patwell 3,180 feet deep, which yields an abunmay as well goj" I still an' sometimes ronized mo so liberally I am vory "Ah, my son," said the minister, "I'm dance of sulphur water. "It's my littlo washtiib lciiuty,"hays I to rldin' along in tins, evening I think1when I'nr tho o' lsin' myself, wimilerful glad, nn' bo ft was. Hh glad to see you in the Sunday-schoo- l at The Ohio Bohemian oata men have followisl tho man, a ineuchin', cross eyisl without the wife tin' homo I'm gnu , Mr1 thankful and only ask a continu- last. la this your first Sunday?" by tho weight in my heart I know how much gone Weat, and now it won't bd safe for the "hap, to tho disir, nu' I could ssj sho wits they aro to me. ance, promising always to do my "Yes, sir." Sol say, "Hles thn wives, llmost as angry as sho was on tlmt first all on 'cm, but inoro Missouri farmer to sign hia name anywhere particularly bio my "How do you like it?" niornfu' I'd ssn her. Sho wasn't so pretty wifo." Portland Transcript. bost. outside the family bible. this tluio either, for sho Insl a towel round "Oh, guess I kin stand it until after tho we trlitlljr recommend Governor Larrabee, of Iowa, has re- box head all' n faded out calli-- drevi nu' your(;aiil.tUii rtmcdr Christmas tree," Asbestos Cloth. known !ul(.ujnorrNir Curt,! fused to interfere in the case of Chester boot that w as out at tho toes, but .somehow an r.lttu TO i DATS. Asliostos N Mug FbatnolMl net ul 't l.e foil eorul ler. iiy heart gavo a thump nil' I was down otfu apparel by clothllivmeii in used for wwiring "We don't care for the rain," said one Bellows, sentenced to be hanged today, at abU, in tin titty ni x the MMBIrlCIIUt. l'nris. Tho fireThe old and reliable Uarber aocourcea that he iiy waggin' in no time. hil,'liniltlfcti.o. li In better shape than nrer to wait on bli customBaltimore girl to another as. she raised an Charlee City, for the murder of Alice WaWraeiltrth "Mnylsi I kin maku n tnulo with you," 1 men, nccniilliig to a iiewspax-- rciwrt, Alcott A l.l.k, ers and at many new one a uiiy come, at the scene of a rocent iln'-t- ho ItTKlCbislMlCa. umbrella; "we're 'neither sugar nor salt."' terman, Tho rope prepared for thn tmh. lays, inoro Jerky than I over sisiko Isifore. dbavlng, Hhainpoaala, all done Id the IluJUsn. U. Y. of a house clad In aslwstos Cincinnati,! latest and neatest stria Tnlt paper recommends 'No," replied the other, "but we are laasei." tion of Lingg, the Chicago Anarchist, will I "Weil, maybe you can," sho suys, cyiu'mo. nnd wcroonablcd to doscend Intocloth suite, this to be one of the best Toniorial Artists rooms Ohio. tho liav. Soil b DrujtUti. knew sho "vna tryln' to place mo, but I mont and in tbo State. be used in hanging Bellows. Harper's Biztr. rrk. 41.0. :ouldn't. I wanted to help hor, but somehow Clovolaud inaiUTthollaiucslti ashoit tlmo. iA'iider. flRAB ORCHARD. MIm Alice LINCOLN COUNTT. ROWLAND, McKiiiiiey, Pharmacists., - - - Xieiitviclcy. & CO. Stuart is now teaching Is-s- le - , 1 l w-- hs-iri- bo-in- M-nus- Christmas Novelties ! f,-- to sorm-thlii- To B. TUOKBB, Hustonville, Ky., lil h mj-sol- GROCERIES HARDWARE !1 U-o- y J. ln' i kniK-k.s- Hwiin $ tnr hi.-lui- s n - s. HUSTOINJVIL.L.E, - - KENTUCKY. Xjine t (liM-iili- 1 w), ii-- wins-thJr- Nice of Groceries and Confectioneries, r upe -- s,-- 1 LARGE Ik, sss-i- 1 Jt F. SCHULTZE 3ajM- 3c CQ v CINCINNATI, OHIO, CHINA AND w-M GLASSWARE, sllty - gl i . sPsijM "oiiK-thili- 1 won-leli- Iss-aus- 1 JESSE J. J. -- 1 sH-aki- HTA'irtIll. - n I Iss-atis- i Tid-Bit- 1 1 sl g, Imim-rne- W" fw -1 I j - w TV4 4 " T4rttitfT