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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888010601 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 1888 $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. J 9emiVeeUii Jmtefiof lonftmL VOL. XVI. PIONEER RELICS LIBERTY, CiSEY COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1888. MT, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY NO. 296. Three molted t'oland China Sowa ISO, V50 and 300 pounds with mid tpllt tu rli(lU ear. Any Wi their recovery will be thank-full- y loading receleeil. J. II SiVOl'E, Oanyllle. 2t I HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. T Horn Oiir rWer in on b boom to day from oo Col William Whitley's Rifles, Bell and Pow I'ioti rilna that have Mien It ciunot be dot Horn fornVtl. To the Kdltor or thu taritaiOK Journal ) Orchard, Mre riillle A. HIkhIii", of Jr C'Srhtma with all Ha c,y a well ah in her inaeaion several relic, which, anrrow In ouie haa cuuiq and uone, never haa on account of their i! and historical aeeo to return to ti ouln. Tlio reat lenon left ciationa, might hold an honored place in la to liike ralropeoiire look, nee the er any museum or atiliriuarian collection. Nj rorn unci abort cominga anil profit by them table among them are the ritl', powder-hor- n In the Nw Year, upon which wo Hre en of Col. William terioi?, Surely many of tucin letrn wis and hunting-bel- t Whitley, the celebrated pioneer and Indian doui frniu thu paat. I cannot tiatleralanil my f riii'l IJIe'a fighter, who wan ft grandfather of Mm with true instinctive family pride object In not letting hla no A wife eee hi bequeathed compliment to the beauty of the ladle in she ding to every heir-looto her by her ancwtorr; and It waa a mere at'imiance At McKuinay, lid certainly accident that a view of the old warrior' hai nothing to fear. Tin danger wan too outfit, with which he wrought hi deadly far for any of them to ill in love with Bio, Uigle, fur it ha htea concmled by all deed, wan obtained, Yati who now go hunting with the latest who havo met him and Dill Klkln that improved breech loader on your shoulder next to Elklo, Hole i the uulleil man in and wbo are apt to deride even the man tj,e county. The p mnd party held ii the court- with the cap. lock, what would you think of antiquated Hint-loclet hoii'e on Monday night wan well attended thin thin rare old piece haa brought down more by our citizen, and the ladle of the church Came than any of your representative of wore gralid d at the result, taking In $17,-7which enable modern mechantnm. Uieles Indeed aa it them to complete tke now, it aouie how or other remind much needed repair on the church, tilnce apaM ma of the hardy, aiuewy race that flrst trod painting and papering the innide walls the wetttrn wililerneM, and of which we iudeed makea a grand improvement. They are but the degent rite rcionn. The barrel will noon have their new carpet ready to be i four feet long and an inch or more in di placed upon the floor, which will add much ameler The itock in made of choice curly to iln comfort. maple, elaborately carved and bound in Home of our young counlymen could ohinlng bras. The trigger are of the name not let the holidays go by without a firfht. t polished metal, while the lock I of the Yesterday afternoon Jim Haoimon and one Hig-ginoaold-limGn-e- tlint andntrel workmanahlp. On the lock in antique colonial script In the name of the maker and the date "1767." No lit II muscle i required to bring thia iorg ranker to the shoulder and "draw a bead" with accuracy. The powder horn from which it waa charged, torn from the head of a wild, ear age ateer, and pollened with rtfioed backwoods nicety, km Indeed a fit receptacle for that magic composition, the fUah of which wan death and destruction to an lodian'n eye. Thia horn.thoUKh curreJ, la fully '20 inchee long and at the big end aa large Aa if mindful of ila around aa a tea-cu- p. office, it bear in bolJ, round letlrra on ita tuooth curved front lhee admonUhing yet singularly characteristic linen: William Wbltl.y I'm your born, Th truth I )ot, a Ila I scorn; Kill me wllh th. best of powder, I'll make, your rirte crick th louder. Hm how lha dread, terrific ball Make Indiana bleed and Tories fill; Vou with powder I'll supply, To defend your llltty." The belt, which ia drcldedly the Itigney and Woodrum filled up with whin ky and concluded they would do up Dock Smitb, but aa ia generally the rennlt, Ham- mon received a few blow upon his head with an iron poker that laid him out, and it i feared may prove fatal. No sympa thy i expreed fcr him, for he ban for sometime ptat been in the habit of coming to town and curing and abuing the offi cer, ihooling oil iitoU, endangering the Uvea of all persons nn the street, Itigney and Woodrum were jailed and will haye to answer for violating the law. Hammon is under medical treatment at the Napier Houne. Thi will certainly proye to him that he cannot violate law at pleasure in the future, if he recover from the lien he received yesterday. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Circuit Court begin here next Monday, 8th Inst, The child of Divld Kohlnson, so strangely deformed, died Tuesday, A movement is on foot here for getting the signal service reports, II igs, etc. Night Telegraph nllirei have been opened at New Hayen, Hist Pernstadt and Cor bin, Mr, James J qilin, J'., formsrlf of this p'ace, wa unrried in Kanma last week to Ml Lucy Wilson. The examining trial of Andy Maion, charged with pirlicipitiog in the Brush Creek troubles, Is iu progress. M. II. Dsbord while currying a horse a few days since, wa kicked in the head by the animal and seriously hurt Tlio residence of the Hart Pro,, at Conway, waa destroyed by fire a few days since! L")f 2,000; insurance 5500. II P. Martin, of your diunty, is now operator at Lily. Mis Mattle May Adams returned to school at Loretto Tuesday. A greater number of people took ad vantage of the low rate on the road this Christmas than has bren known for years. Foreman of construction, Luther War ren, with the W. U , was with a nice watch chain and charm by the lino-mat Nashville last week, Hal Bowman ha gone home to Lebanon lo take charge of the telegraph office there, night. Mace Miller will Work here until Mr. Evan returns from Ohio. Mis Pirdie D)tion, of Lebanon, spent a few days last week with Mm. J. W. Prown, this place Mr. J. Pjwman, of the same city, spent two day with hla brother pre-ente- it en Coal is scarce in thia vicinity now. moat showy part of the olu hero's regalia, would I??' ' I 2r v ft more than meat atound an ordinary man. deer akin and ornamented with beads in all the fanciful design that forest-tutor- ed fancy could dictate. Col. Whitley' bell waa not made of an Indian' hide, a believed by some. A number of hi cum paoione in arm, it i true, got their belt at the battle of the Thame, where Tecum and hi chief were alain. Iiut Col Whitley himself fell on that bloody Geld, so it can hardly be inferred that he obtained hla there. Nu, thin belt, which in now ibown an hi, km in ue long before that alal conflict, and ilouh'len from iln hold many a redskin's scalp haa dangled. An Col. Woilley'n body wan found near the fa mou rjhawnee chiel'n,it i conjectured on rouI grounda that Tecumeh fell by a ball from Col. Whitley' rill. Whether it be true or not let history decide, lint were these relics tbi belt, powder iiorn and rifle used ou that memorable occaslut y Wasitthi old rille that hid low the acourgeofthe Northwest? Who can ea)? Tnene relic hear "the mark of elurt and a 'rife" and the fame of nuch a man aa Col Whitley coupled with the in, render theui a eutliclentii'CiiMieon toperpetuate thedigui of the Whitley family. Truly may hia grand daughter h'ok uion them with pride and encredne. lionr L Davis. Crab Orchard, Ky. It ia of red h OBITUARY. Dlea-e- d .1 ' are the ileatt who diu iu the a if sinking- into peaceful rililtnhor, Hallie Hulner Hiker, wife of.O W llaker, and daughter of Lafnyette and Angie lliituer, died Dicemher Itfth, in the lteing Iffi fatherle '1'Zi year of her ag. at the ai'e of three, inontlin, her mate'nal grandfather, Eider.Jame Iliatt, proved an efficient protector until her ninth year, when her step father, John Clark, Eq., by loving care and kindm4 did by her a lath er'e part, and ehe grew to young woman hood gentle and attractive In manner and beautiful of form and face. At the ago of 10 she confeiMfld her tiavior under the preaching of Elder Eugene SaoiUra- With christian fortitude aha bore the long illneo that defied the akill of come of the bet phyaiciana in the ehate, but was will ing to go when the eummonH caui'e, Haying 'Boon all will be bright for me," Home waa very deir to her and the loving hunband who had callul her wife but daughter, Gfe abort year, and Keca, whoce golden locks have been kireel by the aimhine of only two eiimmere, have met with an irreparable lo; while mother nod grandparents, who administered eo faithfully to every waul, find a void in their hearlB that cannot be lilltd. 1 he bereaved family have the sympathy of thr en11 The official report of the accident at tire communitVj Somerset, on the Cincinnati Southern railHon, Joel l'arker, the war governor of train men and two passenthe Stale of New Jersey, died iu Puiladel way, shows five14 wounded. gers dead and tihla from a paralytic stroke Ljrd." Calmly, - fair-hair- ed social dance at the College last Thursday night waa enjoyed by a goodly number of young people. Hev. Percy G. Eiaom, of Stanford, will preach at the 11 iphat churcn here on the 4th Bundy in this month. Dr. I'ettus ia highly delighted with Hirmingham, Ala., and the country there in general, but the "madam" will not consent to leave her old home, so we guest the doctor will not move to the Sunny South. Tne party of ladies and gentlemen from here wno vHited .Mr. John Uo7er last weeK nay that of all place in the world that neighbirhood is certaialy the best for goJd eating and pleuty ol fun. Service were conducted at the Chri tun church las; Friday night by Kav. M. C. Morgan, a Methodist minister, and at the Ilaptlat church Sunday morning and night by llev. J. N Iijlin.', a lijpliet minister from Middleburg. Uncle Jimmy U.indren has moved to Garrard with hi faun y, A. M, Egbert aa aisled Mr. E W. Jone in hi drug store dunn the nolidays. Mr Will llruoks will not return to Kirksville, but will attend school at the Cjllege here, A proteat against Mr. E. V. J Jno selling whisky here by prescription wan signed by quite i uumber ofour beH cttitena urnl sent to Judge Varnon. Wneii the Judge give hi answer we do moil earnestly hope that it will be in favor of thsse who are tr)i ig to keep whisky out of our town. J. W. Hrooks, Henry l'jllu and II. U. Karris were the foruuute one who drew the dresrer ami two albums rallied at E W. Jones' drug alore last week. .Mr. James C. Iuug is under the weather with severe Mr. George James attacK of ibeuuialism. ha been yerv nick again. Dr, I'eytoo, of. Stanford, he been up to see Mr-- . W F, Kennedy, who is no belter. The heavy rain which fell lait Sttur day night did nut keep the people away from the. ii"W year ladder. The numerous lovely presents were beautifully and ar tistically arranged on the two ladders by the ladies selected to do that work. They were called (ill by Messrs, Joa Kbinelmrt and J. K Uatley and iMstrihuteJ by MUsea Leih Sieger, Anna Fisb, Avarilla Payne and Lztie Iliatt. Misses Sallie Green, Mollie Prooks and Ilensie Cirson are visiting in Danville. Mrs, Sallie Hutchinson and her daughter, iiertha, of Vila, Colorado, are the guesta Mis of her father' family, Dr. Djorea'. Mary Wilmore, of Nicholasville, spent last week and thin with Mis Irene Dillion Miss Sabra Hays, of Stanford, ia visiting the Misses James. Mr. Tom Peltus ban gone to Hirmingham, Ala. Mis Maggie Newland, of Stanford, ha been the guest of Mr. J. K. Ihiley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edmitton and Miss Lida Edmiston are visiting Mrs, Logan, near Stanford Judge Robert Koyd, of London, was iu town eevoral day ago. A Neitner Slan'onl nor Danville papers reached us on Tuesday, Our town ha recovered from its paroxysm of lawlessness and is pursuing the even tenor of its way with exemplary pro All persons hnldlnz account against Darld Hpoonamore, dee'd, will proscnt them to.tae proppriety. er! y proven and rrcelrn payment, The new applicatien of steam as a x. si'ooxA.riotnu:, Jimx Administrator David Hpootutuoora. heater of railroad cars is voted a delusion and a en are. It has certainly proven Itself HXIaIS, ! a potent factor in the destruction of life, scalding to death those who failed to be One of the Most Desirable) Building crushed by shatterej cars or cremated in Lots in Stanford, their coiill tratiou. Houth aide Main street, opposite Christian church The discontinuance of the late tele- lot and adjoining the PrbahTteriaa church lot. For termi, price, Ac , call on Owj. I). Wearcn. phone prevented u from getting notice to mfll UKKKiK Mr. IVMiAlCKK. the Stanford Lodge of the burial of L. T II. ll.INOKRSOLL MASTEttSON PKYTOM, Withrow, a victim of the railroad colli sionof Htturday. Lirge delegation from 1NGERS0LL & PEYTON, of Ludlow, Danville the Masonic . ATTOItXKYS.AT-LAWand McKinney attended the funeral at Hut tonville on Tuesday, The ceremonies were KXOXVIIiLiE, TENN. conducted in good form by W. Matter Bo- gart, of Ludlow All business Intrusted to us will be carefully Tne Christian College Couranl, a month and promptly attended to. ly periodical, edited by the College Litera ry society and printed probably at the office of the Intkhiou Journal, is expected to This la to notlfv the public that we will 'not per present itself at an early day as a candidate mlt any hunting or any other trespassing on oar for popular favor. Will not the journal farms, but we will punish any person or persons aforesaid appreciate the wisdom exhibited so trespassing to tbe full ei tout ot the law. Nor. I, 1887. JAMKHIVEVVLES. by its projectors in their choice of a birth'. 31. SI'00.A.1I0IIE. place and dress the infant becomingly and A.JI.FEIjAXO, tastefully, acting the part of foster mother J. il.31IIjl.Rn, iriijfjtA.U 11 ECU. to the young adventurei? At a called meeting of Huetonviile Lodge 181 F. and A. M., held January 3, '88, the following resolutions were adupted, vit: That we have heard with unfeigned j)a grief of the sudden death of our beloved ithrow. brother L.eanuer i. mat we Has removed to his elegant now building oppohere. preptr-ebetter One of the tramps who was on the will in a body accord to his remains the sitetothe post- thcdand Ispublic than ever picturesd accommodate the with tine wrecked freight train last Saturday, after honors of Masonic burial, attesting thus from Photographs to life siz . satisfaction remaining in the woods hiding nearly all our high appreciation of his life as a man dav Sunday, turned up that evening at and a Mason. That we hereby tender our Williamsburg in search of his companion kindest sympathy to his tfil.cted relatives who waa brought there wounded, He said and especially to his bereaved and doubly he went over into the river with a car orphaned children. That as a testimonisl V of our sense of his worth we will wear the from tho GO foot bridge. usual badge of mourning for a period of At a called meeting of Stanford Lodge, 30 days and that a copy of this resolution 1SS0. 1.O. G T., tin following preamble be spread upon our record and itanded to and resolutions were adopted: the Stanford Journal and Danville Advo Louisville, Ky. Wiikkeah, through the mysterious prov eale for publication. G. W. Ryan, Secy. idenceof the AIM? Puier of the uniMEV.S L. C Alcorn and bis charming wife verse, our belovod brother, Jamee Severwere our guesla on the 3d. "Wink" is cer ance, has been puJdenly removed from our tainiy in good hand and looks handsomer midst by death, therefore he it and more pleasing than he did of yore Underwear, Juviowi, That in hi death this lodge has Loog life to him and Bjnie! G. M. Giv Hosiory, lo-- t one of ita most earnest and faithful ens has gone again to Atlanta and Uriali Glovoa, worker; society an honorable member and Duon to Ptrnwell. John D. Carpenter i the family a loving son and brother. seriously ill from enlarged liver and con Custom Shirts, '21 That we extend to the bereaved ones requently deranged action of the heart. MY SPECIALTY,) their our sincere, heearlfelt sympathy, in Considerable anxiety is felt oo his accouat. deep etlliction. Liro, Noel, of Lancaster, has announced his 4th and Main. 31. That a copy of these resolutions be purpose to continue service a, the Biplist furnished the Intkuioh Journal, and the church until Sunday next. Toe ble cor lllue Grans Harold lor publication and be respondent of the Intkhiou Journal spread upon the minute of our Lodge. from Dinville, is said to have been here lth. That we wear the usual badge of on Tueeday, and will, no doubt, give an mourning for SO days THE INTERIOR JOURNAL arroant of the proceedina. Capl. Jack Mrs M E PronatiL'h, Mrs. M G. Myers, is here. "Zin" Tribble, of Wealher'ord And the I.ouIbtIIIo Mr L. N. Goucher, W. H. Hansford, W. Junction C'ty, and P. A Marks, of Din Courier-Journ- al P. Veach, II. L Geer, O. G. Wine, Com ville, were here in Maionic garb on the mittee, 3d. Robert Green i. looking after G, W O T U. CONDOLENCE, One year for only 9'i-tpjpjrs for little M. Giverjs' iniercsls during his absence more than tlio price ol one. The dispensation of providence are Pichard tioode, an old fossil long buried lofioite humanity. Tne greatest at Columbia, ha resurrected and revisited l!y paying us 1 you will reoeire lor one yeai your homo (aper with tlio calamity may through Htm redound to our llu his boyhood's haunts at Hustonvllle. representative newspaper of the Houth, democratgreatest good, though our dullness of peric and for a tarlll for revcuue only, and the beat A man who will buy goods on credit brightest and ablest family weekly In the Unitetl ception mar not permit us to see it. hutes. Tboso who desire to examine a sampli of with no intention of paying for them is copy of tho Courier-JournThe sudden and to il tintinie.lv death ran dn so at thia othour esteemed young friend, James Sever- mote dangerous than a prowling thief He ance, eldest eon of our dearly beloved sister not only robs you of your money, but 1SSS. and president, wrings our heirls with deep- of your coi.fi fence in humanity as we 1 ! est sTinpithy and condolence. Mav the He is thu direct ciuse cf poor but ioneet der Lord temper the winds gently to his men being refused credit, and ho is a (lis IlItiHlrati'd ! shorn lamb. Done by order of W. C. T, grace upon the face of tho earth If yon Harper's Magazine is an organ o( pro;rejli U., Stanford. owe your neighbor piy him when Ihe deb tboitgut and luowmenliu every of Mr M E. Bronaugh, Miss Iva Smiley, is due; if you am unable lo pay it when life. Keslde, other attrrtloni It willdepartmentducjiiluln, Mr I Geer, Mr?. M. A. Myers, Commit due, go to btui like a man and tell liui ring the coming year I Kirtaot jrtiu'fs, stiperulr illustrated, on tne drat Vn, wrt'cles i Amir tee. you cannot piy. anil show htm lean aud foreign ludutrr; IxHiilirully illustrjtid he riH-opapetsou rroiland, horwa? .Switzerlm I, Algbrs. Goal) CitKEit A Garrard county ladv that your will is good, and thxt you are and the Weal ludle; new novels by Wlliitu. HI ck acting in good fith, and your tr tlitcir will and W. D lluwellsi iiovelleiief, each u.mrle'e in send us the following highly appreciated a elugle number lir Henry .lumen. Lutcali. Hearn and .ameUe Hlvt, tmrt nolle, Iiv MIm Wools jD good wortWo help u start in the new J accommodate you longer I i contempti hiiJ othir )iulii writeie; ancl lluswal.d pair n year more determined than eer to make ble to avt 1 ynnr creditors, and m r ofspedal Hrlisllcatid llleiiiry Inteien. The Kitlo-ria- l lifiinrliiiouiM ej b (truigx WlllUtu lemptlblo to get ergry when dunned. - Er Oiieils. the very best paper in the country: William Keau Howvl a aud Charles Dudley Haiuer, "I ask the privilege of saying that your The Labor Cm mission reports tht in efl'jrts an put forth in the Intkuiok Jouu the 11 six "Mr laborer have HARPER'S PERIODICALS. From an N.al. embodies h grand work '.MS SS2 in strikes anil eoiplojer SIUIGJ. PKK VKn.' I think Kentucky, as 1)14 stindpiint, Harper'g Magailue it CO compared with her sister Slates is far in Harper's Weualy 4 00 , Buckans'sArnica Salne Harper's Usiar 4 OQ thi background. Put let the mails cirry sjIto In the J world I for Cuts, Bruises, llarer'a Young People T!ialst 2 00 the In'teimou Jouiinai, North, South, Eist Sores, Ulce's, H.ilt TKheiui, Fceer Bores, Tetter. l'OBiage free to nil mloorltwu In tin United The JoUltNAl. can proudly ami West JLlUOli weighing both ears croppo.1 Stockholders nuk V83-t- Mfifitine--. Administrator's Notice. the stockholders of the National or HuatonTllle will Ik) held at their lianklaa: housein Huston"llleon the. id Tuosdar In January, 18t3, for tbe purpose of electing nlna Directors to setvo tne ensuing year. A tucotlnif of d J, W. UOCKEIt, Cihler. 2U2-- Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of tbe stockholders of the First National Hank will l held at their hanking nous. In Htantord on tho?d Tuesday Iu January, 183-a- , lor the purposed electing eleven Directors lo serve 1 Olt the ensuing ytar 263-tJOHN J. McROIIErtTS, d Caehler. Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of ths stockholders of tbe Farmers National Honk will be held at their banking house In Htanford on tho id Tuesday In Jsnusry, IMS, for tbe purpose delecting nine Directors to sarve tbe ensuing yeir. 219-tJ B. OWSLEY, Cashier. WALTON'S OPERA 8TANFOr.D. KY. HOUSE, WALTON BEOS. - - Proprietors. Site of Stage, 20x50. Eight complete sett of ricca. ery. Seating capacity, Including gallery, rater to zood attractions. WOOD WALLACE, (successors to Wallace A Cochran, 513 4th St, Louisville, y., E H. FOX, I'IIOTOGRJlPHEU, villi:, ky. guar-teo- THE GENTS' FURNISHER AM) ai:ms t'on the IX iI ANATOXIN 1.131: IT. BUIIOEON , LAUNDRY. STANt-OBD- ...... E. II'. HUFFMAN, DENTIST, KKNTUCKr. OfliCH south side Main, two doors shore depot at, JSOTICJE! accounts. firm name of Jones A Fulber has tnls day dlssoleed )y mutual cuLsent, Mr. ilenrr Fulber retiring. K. W. Jone. assumes all liabilities and collects at Crab Orcbird, Ky. D'C. U, J The partnership heretofore existing under the HE Ml J EVLUER, 1887. OX EX, AH persons having accounts with Jones A Fulber must come Torward and settle by January 1st, 18BS. as tho drm'a business must be settled at once. W3-SI E. W.J. Fine Furnishings, W. METCALF, JR., Attoircj at Luw iintl Real En-lu-te Agent, BAllHOOnVILOE,- - -- ICY. C. Will practice In anr court in Eastern Keniuckr. Examlnatlo s ol land tltN-- made a specialty. Any elaetracia f tlmlier, cojI. limber and mineral lands for sale. Inf.irmtlon lurnlsbid on any K)lnt and corre pnodeuce sillctted. ) (231-tf- Fine MIJUliIflTtillY. I am dally opening an elegant line of Spring and e'uiuiucr Milliner) , including all X Graiitl Combination The Latest Novelties of the Season Also Notion, such as Handkerchiefs Collart Ku iiiu Cor te, rJusiiei, etc. You and Unit lali'lj vacate.) ny ftml-l- e will find me al Iti - .1 . in tne Mtur. House. .V Wairdl ll)l-lti- Weekly l liA I iV OVtHttiltA It. wo Courier-Journa- l, al If aiierH Magazine BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment OTT0E1.33S Sciatica, Lumbago, Scratches, Sprains, Strains, Stitches, Contracted Muscles, n 1 ht Bheamatism, Burn!) Scalds, Stings, Bites, Braises, Bunions, Coras, Ernptioai, Hoof Ail, Scrow Worms, Swinney, Saddlo Qalla, Tiles. StiffJoints, Backache, Galls, Sores, hold her head aloft, retl'Cting honor ou her native State. A moo.; its leading mrit is its etsadfast defense of honor, right ami law, irrespective of wealth or puty, and its true appreciation of the good and pure, Qne other most interesting failure of your paper is Brother Barnes' letters, Aa a letter writer be i entitled to the palm. His letters as religion and social feasts are en- Chapod Hands, Chllhtaliis, Corns, und all Skin Eruptions, anJtpoiltleely curea Tiles, or no pay required. It lsguaMtiteml tj give (perfect satisfaction, or money renin Jitd. l'rlCo,"5 cents per For Sale by A. ll.,Penny, Stanford, Ky. Wonderful Cures, Y. D. Drug-gist- Matts, Canada or Mcxlto. onler. s, The voluiun of the Mesazltie Ugln wl h tlio Numbers tor June and I).eeuilir tt inch y,ar When no HidhI. viltlui, tub eilptloiik vil 1 l g n with tlieuuiubn curr.-iat thu liumof nc-lpi- of Spavin Cracks. e satlslacloj. There havo lean some monKeiolnaiiu a stiou'd ba made by joyable beyond expression. His knowledge universal euros ell JCtod older or dmlt, chanie lik tnpio medicines wonderful b.pronounced consump-In eyNeKpaeraie In vnd(op nilsnt iidverllseuieril ii"t I of human nature, combined with his ready thlsrity, Several cmmM wllhotu 1110 exprcs' order nt Harper. I llmtheis, tlow of Unguage, mattes him the most in- tion haTeJhacu outlrulycurel by usoofa lew botAddreia HAItt'Klt A IIKO I'll Kit. New York teresting writer I have met with, Hia pen tles nf Dr. King's New DicoTry, taken In connection with E'cctrlc Bitters. Wo guarautee them pictures are as striking as if portrayed up always, bold by A, K. Penny, .Stanford, Ky. on canvas " Personal. ntimo on a paokago of COFFEE Is a Mr. Orertberiue (t Cincinnati drummer) guarantoo of excellence. Mr. N. II . KrohllchsUlo,,of .Mobile, Alt.,wrltrs: Yes, I've been an eztersive traveler, Mies I take great ploisurelureoomuiendlng Dr. King's New Discovery for Cousuruptlor, baring used it Waldo. For the pist ten years I don't believe I have u)3Qt more than one month for a severo attack of Bronchitis mil Catarrh. It gave me Instant rllf aud entirely cured me and out of the twelve at home. COFFEE Is kept In all flrst-olaI lime not been atrlicted since. 1 also beg to state Miss Waldo (a young lady from Boston) that I had tried other remedies with no good re- - storos from tho Atlantic to the Pacific. Oh, I think traveling ie so interesting, ult. Hate also ud Klectrlc illttera and Dr. and it improves one no mucH, you know. King's New I.lfo Pills, both of which I can recom. mend. You have visited Paris, Mr. Overtberine? Dr. Klng'a New Ducorery for Consumption, Mr. Overtherine No, we have another Is novor good when exposed to tho air. man fir Kentucky; mv roti' all lies north Coughs aud Colda la sold on; a pcaillve guarantee. Always buy this brand lnhermotioally Tiial bottloat A. It. Penny's Drug Store. Njw York Sun. of the O lio River. eoaled ONE POUND PACKAGES. pot-riftic- Hoyt A CJ.,vVh)les)eanl KeUtl Hoiui, Oj., ajy: Weluvj been selling Dr, King's New IOUcorery, Klectrlc Illttera and llncl-len- 's Arnica Silrs Ion teur years. Havrt ner r bandied remedies thai sell m wII, or lilvo such Cloth, Hound rulu meant Harpir's Magsz'ne tor three jeare back in neat cieth blndliu, wtl lie tent y on reclpl ol tl per volume, (.loth mall Caes, lor tiindlug AUcentsea n, iiy mall pot aid ludex to Hurler's MaKZlue, HlphHliwtli-.i- l ana lytlcal aud eUillimi, fir volumes to 7u Inclusive from June. IKAo tu June. 1KS vnliin.e. Avn. pwt-pald 1 THIS COOD OLD STAND-B- Y Accomplishes forcverybody exactly what Is claimed forlt. Oneof tho roasons for tho great popularity ol tho Mustang Liniment 1 found In Its universal applicability- - Everybody necdaaucha medicine. The I.uuiberinitu nocda It In caae of accident. bench. l. Tlio llounowlfo needs It for gcneralfamlly use. The Cuualcr needa tt for hla teams and his meo. Tho tUccunnlo needs It always on hla work Tlio Elinor Tlio l'loneerneodslt can'tgetalongwlthouttt. The I'uriiier needs It lu bla house, hU stable, The Stoninbamt mnn or llio Itontmnii needa needa tt In case of emergency. ( and his stock yard. ARBUCKLES' ARIOSA ss COFFEE Tho Horaofunclcr needa it- -it is hU besl friend and safott reliance. needs It tt will save him The Slock-grosvthousanda of doltnra and a world of trouble. Tho Utillrond mnn needs It and will r.ccd It so long aa hla llfo la a round of accidents and dangers. Tlio Ilncltwooilainnii ncodslt. There U It as an antldoto for tho dangera to lite, limb and comfort which aurround tho plouccr. Tlio Merchant needs It about hla storo anions hla employees. Accidents will happen, and when, these coino tho Mustang Liniment la wanted at once. Kecpnlloltloltithelloitsc. 'TUtho t noth-tngll- It In liberal supply afloat end ashore. economy. use In case or accident saves patn and loss of waa. Keep a Ilottlo In llio 1'nctorr. ItslmrnedUU - Keep n Uot.tle Ahvaya lu tho Stablo fur uso wheu waixed. fl I ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLE Twenty-si- x passengers were killed In V. E. Gnonu3, Esq,., who reports the leglslatiTe proceeding! for the Danillte a collision in Holland, Pat McDonald has been appointed EnRobert Kirtland went to the grave of rolling Clerk of the Senate. W F. Koue- Adivcak, writes as follows: It seemed that g the republican caucus had, whether pur- his wife near Rucyrus, Ohio, and lying wenbergh, of Bowling Green, is the new January 6 1888 posely or not, failed to select a candidate down cut his throat with a razor, ne was Stanford, KyM Clerk of the House. He is the fa. for which cTe Mr. G. M. Da- 85 years old. of Speaker Johnsou. Wo Jcilro to rail jour attention to our froth anj James Hendricks, brother of the late vison, the republican representative from "Resolved, that this house will not enterW. P. WALTON. t, and the last remaining of tain or consider any bill or other matter, Lincoln, a cuance to throw a "cop" to the "ole black man" of his county. The repub-lica- n the family, died in Shalbrville, Ind., of the objects of which can be secured by ex isting laws," was a resolution introduced in Ol evsry inscription, which wo keep coniUnllr on band, and aik you to come and examine It wtll as candidates etch received 26 votes, the lung fever, agtd 53 years. After being in labor for a month, SpeaK Two freight trains collided near Olym-pi- a the Kentucky Legislature and referred to Carlisle lift' nt Isnt brought forth hin ropubllctn slrenutli of the Home, except ir Ilai-clvvrae- ., Station, on the Chesapeake A Ohio, the Committee on Rules, committee! and Announced them to Con-gre- rt. Gentry, who received only 23, the majority To a man who had never tried it, it of the republicans not finding out that he I killing Braketnan Hennessy, and wrecking Mr. Red offerod in the House a joint ound, wo will show you th Which no retail Iioum ran rouirete with.) While jrou eem that the work citi'd have been done was a colored man until noar the closo of the engino and a number of cars. resolution providing for a joint committee oyer and killed, of fire from l, Frank Risan was run whea three of the republicans in a day, but it wasn't, and that settle the I 4J IMow.s, the House and three from the it. Mills hesdi tha Vya anil Means and failed to vote for him." We simply give at Van Wert, Ohio, while attempting to Senate to investigate the recent troubles in We are sgentt for, the In the market; alto the Rtndall i retained at tho head of Ap this as cumulative evidence of Mr. George couple ctrs. He hrd only been in the em Rowan county and the action of Circuit propriations. Kentucky gets lhre chair Divison'e fitness to represent the sentiment ploy of the company 20 minutes. Judge Cole in connection therewith, as reIMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, Forty thousand kilograms of piwder ferred to in the message of Gov Buckner. manohipi McOreary, Private Laud Claim ; I of Lincoln county in the LeuisUture. ttotnethln new nd novel and the nosst thing of the kind In me. In our lino ot Hinting and Cook h the Stone, War Claim, and LrTion, Expend Spoaker Johnson nas named the com BtoTM, we can pliasAthe most fsitldlouilp tilth prion and nuko, and sixclalljr In llratlpf Htovei, to W. E Eaoam, the Libor representative exploded at Amoy, China. we with Of 2 ur ws keep Mine. Caiarnt, Halt, Ac, and Id fact iturea in the War Department. The dele- from Covington, took town was destroyed, 50 soldiers blown to mittees. His late opponent is placed ns there Its.lobow you omethloi(nmlleiit. arcsl anything wo iiavn't got that la an rthlng near our line. Come In whsn you are to in the democrat part town and wsihalt be dullghtod to make It pltiMtnl lor ymi Very truly , gation is otherwise diipned of as follows: ic caucus atoms and several hundred citizens killed. chairman of the judiciary; Mulligan railand says he will vote straight dfc McCreary, on Foreign Halations; Breckin- along The amount of cipital invested in road; Thomas State pensions; Gray, educawith that party. He very sensibly from tion; Johnson revenue and taxation; Cook ridge, Ways and Means nd Merchant Mi. adds; leading purpose is to switch manufactories in the South increased "Mr rine Shipping Interests; Ltfloon, second on the labor element into the democratic line, $129 220.000 to $250,293,000 in 1837. Seven- agriculture; Need ham Binks; Myers generty-seven new cotton mills have been ad al statutes, commercial laws, Cox; Rudy, Public Lands; Taulbee, Claims and Census; wiere it properly belongs. That party is r. REID. W. II. HIGGINS, Seo'j and Tas. A. 0. 8INE, Sup't. Caruth, Pacific Railroads; Montgomery, the party of the laboring ded. immigration and Inbor, As ; Davison is en man, and until Foetofficea and Post roadi and L97dkVi and A lady in Wichita, 47 years old, re- revenue and taxation and circuit courts. the latter recognizes this fact he will b Improvements on the Mississippi River; powerle's to accomplish anything. For cently g we birth to triplets, two girls and a The Senate committees were announcStone. Riilrofds and Cinals; Thomas, Pat- tils reason you have fojnd mo voting with boy. She is the mother of 21 children, all ed by Lt Gov. Bryan Tuesda. Hays is living, aod has been mirried only 20 chairman of Appropriations- - Smith, generents and Civil Service Reform; Hunter, the democrais and I shall continue to so years. Alcoholic Liquor Traffic and Invalid al statute; Gilbert, judiciary; Green, pubrecord myself until a final adjournment." Pension' and Revision of the A drunken white man, ejected from a lic expenditures; Grundy, agriculture and Laws. Of the other important committees An exchange observes that this year, for colored dtnee at Fulton, returned with a manufactures; Berry, internal improve shotgun and firod into the tnents; Alford, railroad; John D. Harris, filanchard is chairman of the Rivers and me nrsi ami last period, we who are now double-barrelle.Manufncttircra ol- Harbors, Hatch of Agriculture, Blount of living will enjoy the luxury of dating our crowd, wounding seven persons, one penitentiary; F. D Bigtiey is chairman of Poatoffice and PjsI roids, O'Xeil of Libor, letters with three successive digits alike, tally. religion and morals and is a member of agMutson of Peniion, CurJy Cimmerce and 1SSS The Kelley fatrily, who have com riculture ond manufacturing, claims and No year has b?en so numbered Culbertson, of Tpxs, Judiciary. Now let since 1777, and none will occur again until milled so many murders or No Man's printing. J IMNHI.VU I.ll.TtHIji, MOHIiI'IXGIN, Elf. the boys get to work, pass a tarifl for rev- 1999. But the following year wilt be 2000, Land, were run down by vigilantes and the a a HHAiicTcouNTr oeparTmen J . to the to and les than two and a quarter centuries whole set, women and all, hung or shot enue bill and let ui go forth Ni.mIi, Door.H Lancaster. battle dssorvmg the succbh that thereafter people may dale their letters death. Marshal Enon sold his house and lot with digits four of a kind, viz 2222. Ben Sheppird, marshal of Midville, seems within our crap. Georgia, wss shot through the heart by an on Danville Street to James Ileitis for $150 e The necrology of 1887, includes W. A. WlLOUS has associated T. E. escaping negro convict, but, before falling, cash, President Wneeler, Elihu B. Wash- Bartley with him in the editorial control H. T. Noel bought the property of T, put three balls into him, mortally woundburn, Morrill, of Maine; Judge Poland of the Hopkinjyille South Kentuckian and M. Johnston, who has koue to Uarrods-burg- . ing him. and Daniel Manning, Goyernors Black- promises to keep the paper up to its high The strike among the burn, Birtlelt, Birdwoil and Marmaduke, standard. Mr. C. M. Mescbam, who leaves Lancaster can boast of three of the fin Etst and West, is general, and about 15 in political circles. Trie church furnishes for Ciliforoit on the lO.b, retires from the will be a very est euchre players in this wurld or tiny Bishops Hums and Potter, Vicar General paper in a yety touching good bye to his 000 men aro out. Ttiis stubborn fight, as etch party is confident other seaport. Qainn and the Riv Henry Ward Beecher. editorial and other frieml. Mty the and firm. James Yautis sold to Loandsr David Jus-lic- e The Bench lost Jude Cartter, Cti.e' sunny skies of the G.Mon Coast bs ever largest son a tract of land on Sugar Creek conSo the old Great Eistern, the of the 8upreme Court of tho District bright above him. steamer ever built, and which was to make taining 1211 acres for $7,233 SO. oods, of of Columbia, and also Jmtice John Brewer's fox hound i proving The democratic caucus renominated such a great revolution in ocean trsfiic, is the United States Supreme Court. In the himself to bo a great runner C. V Sweedramatic profession John T. Riyoiond and Senator Bicfc by acclamation and confer to go at lsst sold for $80,000 to be broksn ney's dog "Foxy" is still missing in muiic, Jennie Lind, are conspicuous red a like honor on our beloved Dr. up for old iron. J. II Johnston, accompanied by his jTiWlf IP'FMrVPt vairTltm. irkww& Americins John D. Woods for public printer. Bjtb The examining trinl of Creed Card-we- ll deaths. 0;her distinguishel wife's ister, Mis Stuart, went to Cincinnominations could not have bean better deof James Hunter is for the murder who pawed away are John O.Sixe, William nati Wednesday The latter will attend at .Mchoiasviue. uiu run ttio Conservatory B. Haien, Prof. Bird, Prof. You ruins, Ben. served, Miss Virgiuia Hanson was notni progressing of Music for none Perley Poore, A'vin Clark, JauiM B. Ede, natfd on the 5.h billot for librarian, Miss Thompson, his son, John, aud others repreMontgomery guying with her to the last. sent the Recused. Jobn Roach and Leutenant Deuenhower. Mr. RjberlE Csldweil, There were eight ctndidale. - Stephen Cmroy, of Baltimore, after Idaho, visited B. G. Strahorn,ofBon's Mullin- - & "E heiress, Frankie Brown, The OrKon him With the New Year Messrs. Kidney drinking with Patrick O'Donnell, beat Herd" last week. Mrs. Sara Younir, of who a year ago look it into her head throwwill die, and after II tggard aud James M. Ddntcn, wuo aro so badly that be Snelbyville, is visiting her parents, Dr. and ppAT&J1- "JSl Ljjss that she would like to ba a widow, since ing him out of the house killed his aged also law partners, took charge of the WinMr. HnfTman. that class of ladies are entitled to tune mother with an axe Cirds are out for the marriage tf Mr. ot a little chester Democrat, from which M. C. Lisle privileges than youog ones, By an oversight we failed to say in our Will hItviivm liitre on ham! it Inrico nutl Mclect I!n r Furnl-tur- n A coneump retires, after capital service, on accouut of last issue that little Miss Mary Divis Dud H. Burnaui Price, the editor of the Scott mid Undrrtaker'M Unixl. My priest will l am low an hiicIi caore than she bargained for We extend the right hand of county Gilt, at KoeelM nH l (eive me h trial hiiiI yen IsoiiKlit In tive printer, who appeared to be about to ill health. derar sang a solo at the concert, and did it Alice Parker, Helenwond. Teun., to Miss will be eeuvliieel Hint 1lhf cHltta. llittu f Hell lower of that place, at 5 o'clock on lie lowent. was selected for the husbind and the fellowship to the new cam an into the prodie, remarkably well. Sne has an unusually Wednesday evening, January 1. knot was tied. Instead of dying, like a fession and wish them plain sailing with sweet voice for her age. big remuneration For Rent, The house and lot belonggood fellow, he revived and lived for over At present there is on foot a mighty ing to me in Ltncaster. now occupied ly Mrs. Frankie could do nothing a year and The death of Rchard H Collins, Ken- movement for the establishment of prohibat bide her time. She is at lust free, but tucky's distinguished historian, at the bition in Washington and the District of A. H. Rice, is for rent 8id house ha., we pity the poor fool that would want such home of his daughter, in Maryville, Mo., Columbia. It appears as though it might eijht rooms, a good uardeu and cistern, a THATan idiot for a wife, even with her mil- - is annsmcedaud received with sorrow ev succeed and Washington become a dry city stable, &i. Is situated within 30 yards of the public k tare. Mrs. Ninnis B Andsr lions. ery where be is known. His remains were Three of the TnmpRinsville burglars, son. have betn conWk commend the action of tni young la- brought to Maysville for interment, that tbe two Clark and J. W. Miller is in Louisville. Jol n dies of White Cloud, Kansas, to our Kan city having been his horns for many years. victed and sentenced to 31 years confineII. Wioicock is in Somerset. John L ArHAVKwhich lucky girls, Nearly all of the former have JuixieCole 'ind his disgraceful methods ment, eich, in the penitentiary, 20 of court- nold, of Eul Bunstadt, in in this citv. A. signed a solemn pledge that, "God helping for burning the of administering justice in R iwan county are charged to them Lindberry, oCLexingioo, was in Lincasier me," they will henceforth abstain from the are to ba investigited br a Legislative com- house. Wednesday. Daputv Cjlleclor W.S.Miluse of gum and slang and not keep compaThe contract for building 160 mile of mittee, as suggested by G)v. Buckner. If ler traveled netrly 350 miles (hiring the OK- Knoxyllle A Western railrod ny with young men who uje tobacco, strong the half that hss oeen told is true, the judge the Carolina, month of December. Perhaps here, drink or profane language. ought not onlr to loe his office, b it suffer between Knoxville and Greenville, S. C, Mr. M irttan Hudson, of this ci'y, hs where there are more than enough girlu to a severe penshy besides. has been let to tbe Georgia Construction received a burel of s'lrbum sugar from go around, they cannot lis as independent Company, of Augusta Work "ill begin his at Ft Scott, Ksnoas. ! Sherman "endeavored," as be expressed about the 29 h. as in the West, where girls are scarce, but present" a nice appearance and far as I it, to give a respectful answer to the prt-s- i cases of demight make tho efljrt all the Mame. they One of the most diabolical can see is just as gool as New Orleans su dent's message in the Senate, Wedne-dapravity on record is reported from Waver-ly- , Having gecurd the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with gir Tne plant at Ft. Scott fur the insnti Bro. Hull, of the Courier Journal, is a and made a straight out protection speech Iowa, the evidence showing that EJ- happy married mm witn a anny oildren after admit ing the ripces-i- tr of re- ward Billings, tbe murderer of W. S facture of tho sugar cost $300 000, one third many yean' experience, all work will bo done with neatneis and dUpatch, the old woman who lived in the ahoe, form and advocating the repenl of the su- Kingsley, pursued a systematic course to of which wu furnished by the I'liied fully insured. Spectaclei atd Eye Glauses to suit the eye. States government. The Hon. John Kelly but hedoesu't know what my happen in gar tix ruin him by forging the name of his own in his speech at Liuisville said this siusr the foture, so he endeavors to in ike him wife to amorous note, tins object of which NEWSY NOTES. could be produced at a cost of 1 cent per self solid with the fair sex by saying that clandestinewas to get his intended victim every unmarried wutaan in Ksatuckr i Pulicsmau Ofl'if. accidentally killed ly into bis hosse. Bilh were prominent piiiuJ and pv a profr hoth to the manure nrer and the planter. If this he true, young, beauiiful and accomplished. Al- himself at Lexington. Uwvers of tho town suuar will doubllean continue chetp low two exceptions, old fellow, and we will (Cinoinnnti New Orlouns and Texas Pacific) Railway.) E J Limpaoo, of Ashtabula, was elec Cleveland and Carlisle. admit that your head is ai level on that s ted Speaker of the 0 lio House, now in se OANHLU. 80TLE COUfTlt Lino to New Orlonim, mill In the While llause we see a democratic on all o her eion Mr. T. J. Lne ml Miss Susan Scott Kust, Cuba, Acordiug to the Auditor's report President for whom we have never enter-tainWest. The republican meubars of the Kenany other sentimonte than thoe of oblained marriage license on Wednesday. the State $281,325 lsst Iquor license tucky House of Rspre'eritrtives nominated Mar Blossom, under the mnnat;euieiit the friendlier, psmntl good will, but wio, CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87. for presiding oiH:er of that biJy k man yeir. at -- Oicir Cjgs.r, ohrjl, wts hauged by a by his later c mw, h irreitly rien in our of GimavM FohruiHii, will he ItKAl) ItOW.V. whose ponsion Wi increased by Cjngrei-tu. respect. IIi is a brave in in and an h ines. the Opera House nixt Monday nigtit. i, mob at (nerokee, Ala , charged with asless than one year ago upon Mr. rliA'iNhwiirni. Mrs. B.akeman has suld her place on Tit.iis.fS"urtnt. man, seeking only to do his duty, anl .No ft, Nn, i. Nu.3. iiu.7 .Nil b. surance thai ho (Gen Fry) was so ilef as .No. I. No. UTATION8. Dally No. t. Mr. Rindhll gets his old chairman. whilst securing to the people of .the coun the Sinker town pike to two colored presclc to b) practicilly nrfi ted fur any sort of lnlly. Kx. rtun Dsllr. Dally. Dslly. era at $60 per acrt; there are 80 acres and a Ually. Daily. f.mthold in the Ways try a government really national, and built business. Gen Fry cannot hear himself ship, but obtain i no fi 41 p ra H u ,, ,(,(, 7 65 a in 4 01 p uii 'J 00 in Uii in IVTt...CInHliiMtl. upon piinciples ot lasting pence aud union, tolerably good houe on the land. a a, m,' S a . and Metns. IU 13 iu epeak, but he speaks, all the same, rh often ? " I' D1 ' '5 P in' 41 -- J W CilJwo'llef o'i WsdnsMi ly f r llVAani 7 30 pm ll.'tlpiu 15 I m m in li va a in, 1 M p in 'J iUii in Junction tlty . ... i to p , 3 ,,, Plu William Finc'inm wis hanged at Har- doing his bsst to save the peonle's mouey , J G to a m 3 IS pm C SS p ui and at Inngai he cai get anvb dy to lis en M I' w II M a in ii0 in h 50 a .untitle Mexico, Tex-ts- , lo bo abseui several moti'lito W.i have in Koym.., risonburg, Va., on Friday, for the murder and keep the r.wue at hiy Louisville Times, to him. Ai't.. Cliattii(KU4. .lTf 7 IU . in y iv a'iii the Speikor of tho House n leder in Can-Kr- e-i dp rtin Sun Pituuv, of SiiiueMet, is in soup ta of nis brother. HIS a in 6 00 p in I.'tc. C'lialUi.uKa, . 'rr J 30 p ui . .. ... A (lMtiin A'r Louisville pipars are excellently and the town. Hammond Wiilmui', whohasb-The .Ar'r who, to the highest probity Mayor Jjhn B Hollidty, of Paris, was r visi-inloop in II 'UiiuI.to itlriulnlMin II Sa in 3 So a in Dauvillu friend-- , left Thursday for represented at Frankfort during the session thrown Irom a li 30 pin 12 lia in and sustained a frac rarest ability, unites a patriotism whose i in I 4') k iu his home in Little Rock, Ark. ...: .... --.... Akruii.... of the Legislature. Robert W. Brown rep ture of the Ibigti. only il tw mav be that it is perhaps too conYork -- Mrs. Rebecca R Jones, of S', (11 (Xi pin luoaiiiA'r is .'T(. .1 j a",,', fi") 't'.'iu .Mwl.llaii resents 'le Courier Journal; W. P Sheriff' Winters, of Hickmtn county, servative ami jus ; errors, bowerc, which, I. e... . MitI'IIuh. ..a'it .... Zitnej; Oliver C o awe II tho Commercial; was killed by Sasi Price, wnom he was at if they b errors, lean to virtue's side. In visiting the family of Col. Jaints A Fisher ' a iu A'it. .SW Orl.wiM...' the i h ui uw '.' lu "n'oo'p "" Moriillah A'.- JSlU III' III and Joint A. lUird the TW Mr Jinwii is tempting to arrest. iuuuimu ? ." tie cun- - M8m, Wherntt iind Aiden, of Cincinnt'i. 8ior', in C ovelitid and Girli-l- e .. j;;:.."'!!". .vrv " in l.'ru.... JnrkMin.. fi A ,? " n are negotiating with J. C Rsrdin for tho ... II Ma iu Ith Vlikniniri; succeeded Hsuity editor by Joe Altsholer The revsniiM of the u ivernment for ry has nji'iini.' " far and tin- dpmccMt'c 4'0 pm i ii uii i. in .iiuurou. 1C . in Haldsman take' Mr Emerson's 1SS7 were $350,000,000, or $32,000,000 more piriy everything to hope. - Courier Jour-u- l. purcbasd of his leun on tlie (iilcher House. and Bruce 8 IS p in ..! r, n it. fclirMTorl in -- C N, Smith, W (1- Dtiolap, Alex of ih 'lima pluceas ulegrapli Maun Ikiii'lolr llurtm Hlpjiln Cirj mull inro in trains. ihttn the previous yenr. Frn Oilcfcor. I ( Adlor, A. ! KM. Si Btssett has been sentenced atShel Cauhht at Laar. L uu yesterday even -- Tribbie, J. K Bishop, G D. Mahan, Ben "' lH,?.i,:hI.l,"-,u!,.M?,,,The brilliant, fit mt j:ly Uenj unin H. A. bfvtlle to the penitentiary for 15 years for inc Kidgely, editor ufUi 'lruth and deputy cul 'rtiinnl OMev. Ht. 1'anl llullilliiu, Wmit Fourth ritrect, Cincinnati, Oblo. the secret whisky ruu of ill s town ws McOraw mid L. C. Alcorn, of Franklin brn-lr. leciorof internal revenue, his ben p the killing of his thrown into a ureal c miuiotiun. .V detec Masonic Lodue,Dnvile, intended T'e pubiio debt reduction lor Decern, tiv has been here f.ir a week or more work- neral of their deceased brother Lee the fupointed mnyoi's cleru by Mr Jacob, who Willi-roiicr is S14.531 010 The total debt less cash knows a go d in in wuon tn sm on. H to ing up cases against numerous violators of Ht HtHtouville Tueeduv. Dr. R. M. is $1,2 10,1 S3 032. ors c'juio thick and fast to tho riding young in the treasury now prohibition laws. Tne dotective cur in Orear and Mesirs. Eueene McGoodwin and to a the labor of her tho guise of a carpenter and has been '"hard Alex Anderson, of Dinviiie, also Alabmia has thsy could not statesman, but attended. worthier aod inoie deserving geutiomin, 000 convicts for a term of three years. They at work" on tbe new stable that is being All speak in high terms ot hospitalities ex. TAIl.Olt wilt be employed in tbe coal mines near erected by Mr. Shelby Harwell, on r and hero's looking at him. tended to them by the Masons and othin B rmingbam. street. At niht he would "gallop citisens of Hustonville. The Masins ol ' 1 htTt reeelTOi and still The Blair Educational ubidy bill is roclTln The oil market at Pittsburg has been with the gang" nod epeid his hard earned Ludlow were John II. Bogart, Master of before the Senate, which the first business greatly agitated and ihs prico has been wages quite freelv, setting 'em up to the lode, M. H. Bsntley, L. P. Bentley, will pass it, but it will not become a law run up to 95 cents, with a probability of them. They thought he was a "bully boy" Robert Mc F. Smith, B. H. Cornelius, W this year, nor Vmother year either we hope still going higher, ComprltlDg th. be,t ln tbo market, which will Ins until yesterday evening, when he sprung C. Palmer, W. H. Wyani, of Canton Lodge, The Lincoln Club at Cincinnati cele- his trap. Indictmauis for 15 or more have No. 00, Ohio. Mr. Wuhrow's children, At the President's New YearV) reception Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Wono m City or. Country every nation, clime and tongue were repre- - brated the centennial of the cky Monday been issued, and as t.o to pro's officers Walter, aged 10, Annie 12 and Johnnie 10 Ulve Me a Trial. aeated to do honor to the Executive of the i bv spreading a binquet, which included are pulling the offenders ou all sides. years, aud their aunt, Miss Elizi Huston, 100 gallons of ejg-oo- g. grandeit country under the sun. Franklin Favorite. accompanied the remains from Ludlow. KC- - Attention, P J ease, Ouir fcStoclc door-keepe- r, thcr-in-la- Complete Iine of Groceries of lit roll-cal- Oliver hi led and Imperial One-fourt- IKOUKRK JIRICmUT. PLANING MILL CO. -- d f. Flooring, Weatherboarding, Ceiling, and ISIiiid.s always in Nloek. presi-denti- Ex-Vic- 4 glass-worker- s FURNITURE STORE MACK IKUFFMAK. Proprietor. -- faty MilJ I f -- -- m-nt- m-o- jj !it M'ROBERTS & STAGG, & m& &&muwtikwmt -- son-in-l- aw Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, Queen and Crescent Route. Quickest Texas, South South Shortest Florida, J pto-eult- d s incen-dUrio- k:ai , ' huv 3! -.. . W , . - 6r CO". ft. 0 i ro-ji- 1 C RVFI.EY, Mi;itJHAT Ce-d- JSIew Goods for Fall and Winter, O. BUPLE'Y. msatmwtifwiMtw win hfia?tr iPPi iplllWUf ttmi k.Tv, A 'jaKHartiwiM Stmi-Meeh- lo Jntmor$(mrn UufllnuBB H. O. WALTON, Malinger. , Stanford, Ky., iT,- - r J Kis P m? license and Judge Varnoti promptly grant arrived Wednesday morning and pulla the ed it. scales at 8 pound. The regular sentl anuunl aeltlement time containing $10.50 is at hand and I urge those indebted lo me Lost. A pockul-boo- k and soum papers, Lost it either at the dp to come forward and jsttle at once as I am I'libllnhfil Tuvmlau untt pot here or on train between hrre and Cor-bi- greatly in need of nioner. Don't wait and -- AT Leave up II3Xt A.NNUM, CAH1I. eral reward. at thin cilice and receive lib let me ask you for It, but step II C.llko n man and pay me. Very Truly. that 81.50 will bo ll understood If wecn-ai- t Tiik predictionM of I lie signal service tie potted and demanded. parluient have been verified In every In MARRIAGES. stance but two since) they have been coming During the ficl year 9,101 marriage I. AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. here, Yesterday was one of thu exceptions licenses were reported to the auditor, upiu 1 01 r, m and It may come out all riirht yet. Mali tralu fcolnu North each of which the State gets 50 cents and ... t ' P, M ' Houtb ' ... 11 14 4.M Mprroa tralu" Houth Tiik Assessor, E. I). Kennedy, has re- the clerk $1 60 .. ' W I. it Up. .... C 3S A. M turned iiis hoiks and County Clerk Cooper ... Mr. Amos W. Scroggan, of Bedford, Local Freight North u Among llif jubilee ihe P ipn lit a ..... 0 M A.M IVJIIIU. pays them the compliment of being Ihe best Ind., and Ai Lucy Ling, daughter of received 50000 taller trains alto carry passengers. The bot'lci of champagne from tbakoTk la calculated pit standard time. Holar made out and the most correct be has ever John M Long, of this county, were mar his faithful sulij-'Ctand they hnve been I a la About 'Vd mlnuf seen. Kb has done his work well and de ried on the 4tb stowed safely away in the cellars of the serves this extra praise. coun Judge J. A, Williams, of Ru-se- il Vatican. This Is a fact to which we dtsire K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ty, look to himself a blue grass wife Tuesto call the respectful attention of the Wo A VAouant w.n noltl for .'SO days in day, Mim K'eanor Rink, of Bourbon, be- men's Christian Temperance Union. Ii Tralnleavealtowandat7.20a. u.arol returns at Richmond last week, when he was knocked ing the fortunate lady. P. M. will be eriiiniitlr proper for that nugust down for $1 55 There are several persona Young men who are bothering their body to aend a delegation across th water here, white some of them, who have no minds trying to think of something to give to reoinnslja'H with his nibs, and a- - the LOCAL NOTICES. vleihle mema of support and ought to be particular vouru la lies ars advise I that a Pops is a single gentleman it wauld be ad put up on the block ami sold. BUY your schonl book and nchool sup marriage license can be obtained for only visible to head it with Mi'sSusin R- Anpile from A. II. Penny W. T. Roihnhon sold 25 "hares of Boyle J2 and a preacher cm be had at a very thony or some other uniasrrird damsel. Watchiw and Jewelry repaired on nhor National Bunk stock to N. D. Ingram at small figure. notice and warranted by A. It. Penny. fN Y Mercury. Mr. John M. filono obtained licence A oomtletk etnek ol ewelry, latent $185 per share and 1!0 shares of stock of the A. First National iUnk of Harrodsburg to here Tuesday to mnrrr Mies Lula Withers tyle. Itoekford walUies a specialty. M AfmUTISMlKMS. R. Penny. Granville Cecil at $115 the dividend due and they went up to Richmond to bavu the Tub firm of Penny ft McAllslrr bavlnir January 1st in both inUncs being reerv knot tied. Mr. Siont is a mm of Mr. Tom settle ed dissolved, the arcounl are ready ' A resilience In a Tery uStone nnd a very worthy young man. while DHTD IUjIM by the seller TAdvocate. 1 Ull TJT'Mnn alraule part of town with rarnt. Coiae at once and settle. You may exceltho bride is n pretty blonde and an alx rooms Imldea the Kite lion , a large rich Kartlitn avc COU Tlir.ltK has been no arrant Isiuwl for lent young lartv. 2'jVt( attarhH. Apply toll (. CIIAIU. Jim Nunneiley for the part be took in the PERSONAL. Christmas eve row, which would indicate HEUUIuUli. Dit. S. C IIki.m iis returned to Cill- - that he is not as much to blame as at first THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. At the Jubilee mai in It ime the Pe appeared and hi version is that he was not fori.ii. ter's pence collected amounted to $400,000 The RTealfal reduction In prices ever known at Mil and Miw A. Tin milk, of Juno at all to blame. Mr Ltsler confessed to a The Pope received 2,500 congratulatory WAI.Tl.lt KIKUW tint diss nborlug and repair line of $35 mihI the c was dismissed. were here yelrday. lion City, shop Tbankltiguiy friends for tbelr ut furors telegrams. All kinds of I solicit the aamo In the future. Tiiomah t). Davis, of this county, has to brst Evangelist Moody will arrive in Lou workilonnln thnor nu of atyle and warranted or Inhtkad of 100 IfM dHlitiijuents returned pay. AnTltilni,' In Iron RtTesailiractloa bttn irrintrd h reiile of pension by Khenir T. I). Newland, as stated in Ihe isville Saturday and the Grst meeting will woudthat you waiitlveiuea trial and tie convloc Mil. U.T. AMI LOCK has relumed from cd. lianpr New Verr to roil all. be held Fundity. The choir will consist of hurry of gttuu out our last paper, the UAL'tidt FlF.tjltf, TurntraTllIo. Miolii an and will live with his mother. 5171 againat 1880, the total .00 voices. decreaao Is Mlia. C. C. Firi.lM started to Downs, - Q larterly meeting will be held with nilU)lr that year beini! 785 and but 511 to j tin her husband, who IllinnU, yrnti-rilrt! and this year. The impln statement carries the Methodist church here has located there praieonniijh with it and demonstrates Sunday, Dr. Fitch presiding Preaching .MiMiui Maiiy anii Lunktct Skykii AX. 12, 1SSS, OS TIHJKHI) . that Mr. Newlaud does his full duty in at 11 A.vck, of Iehanon, came up lo attend In This is a prjtty good idea and we com At my late resl Jeiic on Hang-lii,Pork I'.litr, 1 everything he goea at funeral of Jim Beveranrs. will ofUnco n mend it In thoe of our preachers who are uilliw westofrttanlord.Idr, ray county, I pruprty pofimat lilgh- -i bl fer to tha Mk and Miw. J oh. 8.vkiiance desire to Cait. Hamukl IJinn of Bristol, Tcnn,, and lichen furniture, coaaiilnicof disturbed during church hours: Richard erery kind, Use block, spent the Christmas with hia daughters, thank from the bottom of grateful hearts Karuiluu Darnell was eeverely ll meed by Rsv. J, F Ac lertiu undo known on day uf Margin Hibb Mrs Kam 0ens and Mla the good citizen of HoinersHl for the mi Frederick, near Urhana, Onio, for disturb Jan. ., 18SS. t'KKh. ,t.f.t Dit and Mi. V. B PknY have had remitting attention and kindness ahown ing religious eervicts aril using insulting and have returned tntm, while their poor hoy lay dying in enough of hiii'efct-epiiilanguage ! Mr. Severance, who went lo board witti hi father. Mr A. It Penny. thair midst. Mrs. Welch has a letter from Brother and Mim Hatlle thither by the fir't train, says that they Miw. II. W. Powkiw Barnes which (ells her that he ha gone to Central Hotel, Williamsburg, Ky. Powers went to Cincinnati Tuesday, where left nothing undone In aiding and befriend New Orleans without getting the $500 that the lat'rr will enter Ihe Cillefa of Music. In; them during the awful hours. Tbla Hotel la a Tery deitralile piece ol property he asked hi friiod for. Mrs. Welch's Hod will cheap and on uhst terms it u'd at H Miu W. B. Fki.anp, who has made a once. For particulars call al Hotel cr on U B. Nr.w Fiiim. Mrs. Pocahontas Courts $50 is the entire amount he received on the Harris, Wllluinsliurit, Kt., or N. A. Rlchardon, big strike in Colorado mining, ia on a vlsl' 28l-appeal. Ilia friend are vry steadfast un7v5 W. Chestnut at., Loulstillo, Kr. and looking and Mls Matlie Cox, of Oreensburg, have to hia father, A. M til the question of money i broached. purchased the millinery establishment of well. Mrs, Porter and taken charge. B Dunlat, formerly of LAND, STOCK AHD CROP. Mil. Jam rs FOR SALE PRIVATELY!! They an handsome and reQneJ looking Danville, has been appointed Welch & Gaines sold 27 2 year old 1 idles and come highly recommended, We Unite) Hiaiea District Atioruey nt Los welcome them to Stanford and tepeik for mules lo Wakefield A Le for $3,500. Angeles, Oil Mr Farm ot M Acres, M mile south of Monroe Wilson A Robinson bought of Elder Smith's, on Green Hirer In this county, alo them a liberal share of ptinnage. Tho Mn R. H. OuTltliic,of Hmev (Jroye. Btirlnj Wagon, Harness. 2 Harrows, S bhoats, 2 la not new to them, as they were Montgomery 23 cotton mule al $110.30. It uol sold prlTateljr Cows. I Heifer, 2 t'alres Texas, and Mr J. T. (iuihrie, of Hutihrlght, liuinea will E Bruce bought of W. M. Lackev a (iooiltie sold at t'ulilic Auction on .lao. new ISSS. J. box Mrs. engaged ill it at their Ite home. rtt.'e Ciltesi. Iheie la a Biod, Teno., ha been visiting their sister, , d bucch of nice shoals at $3 75 House containing Kitchen, I'arlur.tiulli-r- , J. A. Cnenir S ted Booms and Attic. The nulhnlldtngs Tiik law firm of Hill A Alcorn ha dis per head. House, I'l sty, c mist otdlurwruorn, Bam, Hen Mm. John A. Hauivmak, of Iuls-vllle,sn- d solved after an exiatence of "1 years, Mr. Hume. Samuel and J a me E. Clay bought 120 Corn I rib, Wauo tibed and Good Ml' Jean Buchanan, who has Alcorn's health not admitting of the clou feeding This Is s sulub o placv lo a store, e'or caitle at $42 50 of Irael Brown. toor addies been visitine her, parsed up to Crab Oroffice work to wiiich he ha devoted him jnsKi'ii KHlKhland, Ky, s.uinr, Paris K'ntuckian. yreterdav chard self for so long. Eichwillgo it alone in A T. Nunnelley bought of Adam Mil. T J. IIai,KV. mill oler, has the tuture, The most amicihle relations Pence 3'J wethers at 3 cents, and 13 sheep hou-here have always existed between the gentlemen moved hia family bick to his STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION' of J E. Lrnu ul $3 50 per head. and will in the future nuke this pi ice his and they have made much money during In C.ncinuati cattle are quiet at I J to OKTUU Mr. A.C. Hlne, the partnership. The division nf property to say home, we are 4 05; ben hogs ara active at $5 70 to 5.86; who occupied hia house, has moved to the and arcotintc was made this week in a few sheep in demand at 2 to 4 cents. reddenr opposite the planing mill. miiiules and very satisfactorily to both par The Futurity suites for 1890 will he OS Mil. Joe 8. Joni left Tiieedar for ties. worth $100,000. Alreidy 3Jo nominations Tho Oth day of Janury, 1888, which Kansas Our. where he thinks of locating. been made by the Ciney Island JockCommoncod Buniuosa on The first anuml statement ot the San lure He is a splendid young business mm and Tne stake arj tne largest ever ey Club July. 7th, 1887. in this very clever withal nd lll suicto' any- ford (toiler Mills appeir run for in the world (5 months i:E3tiUncts where. It I t" bj re retted though that ho They have just Ikeeo in operation John S. Robtuson sold to Gentry I'ros , llat Kstale tJl.9.3 SO and in thu time have earned a clear profit has ben lakeu with Hie western fever. .S3 21 of Lexington, one pair work rnuleal $350; Hllla Itpeelratite which Is even more than its ino-- t Dit J V. W. Smith, of Chlcag.i, tho $1,140-1(1- , 8,010) also to Ruble i Peters, of this and Wash 10,000 Umbels Wheat 780 Binhels Cor i father ol Mm. W. F. Packard, who I visll sanguine projectors expected. A good di ington counties, 25 small 2 year-ol- d cotton 1,0 Sacks on Hand - iWO.OO KiuptT ing her, was up to see ua yesterday. He in rectory and a capi'al superintendent in the millets hi $07. Curry & Rue and Dtnlel A Personal 17oprty 2T5.00 person of M.ijoi W. N. Potts, are to be a nalive rf thiscountv and mirrled a ai l,3il.82 Ooddard have nn hand between them 200,-00- Klour on haLi 10 thanked for the tine showing Tne mill trof Mr. Bwen Onver. They pounds of Hurley tobacco, for wnlch Stock unpaid I,7I!)V10 Cash In Hank ohlMron and lived together J I rears. Mrs are a h.g institution for the farmers and we Harrodsthey have been niWed 20 cis. Huiith dying laat summer. Tne doctor ia a are glad thev are proving so remunerative burg Democrat. MABU.ITIKS: proMHn, I'hvsieian of Ciicagn and is un to their owner. Tuere were but few cattle on the Rich11.572 80 Hllla I'ajable urmlly well pruxrved for hi age fl tg pole is mond market SKiiviCE.-O- ur Monday, but the irade in Tiik Siunal 1'J.SuO.fO Capital Stock ., In response, lo a dipalch Irntn our up at last Mini the weslner signals tlyinz 0 0 mules was live'y Gentry Bros., of DanCongremnan, Oov. Mr.Cresry, w.o n'ver from it The while Hag means clear nr 4,Ilii.t6 ville, bought 24 cotton mule at S75 to l'roiitaud I.iss Mr. V. II. Walton lrfl prowisi-- , forget fair wtnthfii; the blue rain or snnw; black $120. Ca ritner.4 itc Bsard, of Lexington, 10,019.10 yestetdnv to lake a pviiion in toe govern triangular refers Ribt Milalways to temperature tind bought 10 do. at $S0 lo $100 T. J. FOSrER. Jerasr, ulenl pr iring line at Washington Tnis the while ilig with a black rqiiare in the ler sold to Mr. Mi.Clelland, of Rristol.Teu J. S. HOOKER, Secy. otlice gives him up with filing of lUeprn centre denntts a cold wave. Sometimes it neaee, 20 mul" at $10(1 per head; Sttnuel gret, for he Iihs been a m at failliful and will take the en'iro eel tn expre,H the B. Fox sold 27 mules to the same party for ISSS. obliging a'lache, ami the uouimunity anpf' weather predictions and nearly always two $2,700. -- Climax. dating his .entlo minnors, unoblriiMve in- For inaltnce if wo wish lo pxpres clear, reThe report lhi coal had Marled down line and generl worth, is soarnely l warmrr weather the black tlig is placed ItlitMruls'il. gretful. Hd gnus away bsiring the goo I above tho whiln nml below it if colder, and tho river from Pittsburg waa erron-oii- ". Tnere wero many millions of biii'iels loud esteem of everyb xly and h will receive h Hnrie 's IUxir Is a hiuiojourtnl. It coiutlues thnstme apoliei to the blue ilig, Yerter-day- s tho ol in barret wuittinr to start, and them whs chn ce lllcrattire o and lin art H'uMratlons withKaeli genuins weloomn on his return to tliH home indlcatiniis nrro colder, fair weather rei;irdlu5 tho UsMjuj litest Intelltce he Iim dndrelal plentvof w.iier lo cirry it down, but they nuinlir Ima clever serial and ahori stories, praotl of his adop'iiu, wtere and the signals showed the while tin; est ami timely eways tirljjht poems, humorous ways to hold hi" f' znhln. Thn mer did not let ll go on account of the llialin:.' aietchta, lc Its paile n sheet amto halilon plai c above mid the blitok Ilig below e mi.ii) ice a ipploinenls will r.loim help ladln outv vtnterdnv was 4!l at 7 o'clock. A blood v and fatil uflmv, umvinK out times the cost of the tubscilptlon and ptpeiaou LOCAL AFFAIRS. agvial iili lill, dttiiralivh un, house ktepniii In of the liirce condiot naif lising waed In nil Its brauebes, tisikary.elr., make It uwlul In economy, Thr high csleem in whiclt James Snver twtci I no dem ortiin faotiuns in Liuisi.t'm crers household and true prom iter of and lately ocoupi-e- d Fori Rout, the store-roo- m not a nmrto-- liv Kinid aenss lis Iwa,ion dan, anee wv he'd by the community w fully occurred iu silooo in Naw Orleins Tuet-th- linerdllo lalaare to Its columns that oould otleud l)T Penny's Drti;: Htors. IsuJinlttod the ino.l ladldtous tnttn. Htle'ed by the immense crowd of eorro-I1 John BaiiKiiiian. Two pirties of MuEnry and Nioh-oll- s nonln who attended his funeral Tne un:n mot, clinched, knocked one ntntn Ynu will save cot by pvmg tlipaucntint leervlres wtre very ndecting nml were nn er down, and tired about 25 elm's into each you owe the firm of Penny & McAlister if 'dueled by Elders Vitticey, Btlloti, Mont other, rcsu''tin.j in Urn detth of Police Cun lKH YKAK "0 Beslilea there were (rotnery nnd Ciihon. you pay before Jan. 10 Meillay and the fatal wounding llarpti'a llati' a.1,1 ITito In tUa uiieslouer 1 tl.n.ll II....!... Hnriicr'a JIkI"p of eeveral of the other combstants. Many Harpei'i Wwkly 00 REWAitEoftheuiHnwho.fou.ea in remark- 2 W) well ktioucit'jiusof ihe town wre en Harper's Young People inn that he knowsyoti are husy nnd tloee not o( ( l'oaisge lrio lo all subscrlbcra In tho United gagttd in toe nlliir. , wish to take up your time. He btati a Canada or Jlexlco No Mrrowlnir raUfea e,er h,d A disp.itco from Somermt on the 3d .hat time till your losltdown and take com,0,enc, lhH, I The VolumeJotthoUaztr bfglit with tho flrat says; It ia certain that half the real story patience ceases toh-- a Tirtue and you feel wh,c,, thi lwib,e blow b Miiuber for .lauuary ol each ytar. When no time ' . ol the wreck on the Cincinnati Southern Ii mentioned, antiecrlp loua will Ug a with tho like usinp your Boardus kieker upon him. inaennlhU to the time of recidpt of older. has not been t dd Last evening the par number ctinent at tne U.ner'a Bazar, for three Moiuid Volumes of TllKBtipeiviaorsol the tnr lla'a, Messrs. feeling which animates the deep sympathy tlal remains of two more women and one y.ara bsck, tu neat cMh binding, will tat sent by Ir.ii of expeuaj by J. M. Cook, J. W. Olvens, J. E. Carson expressed and shon on every hnnd. No child were found. Tnsre id not the sliitht mall, Kwioge pild, or deieipieas, not exceed Jl ier voN (provided Ihe Height belter boy ever lived than Jim Severance est clue as to who they are. This mnrnint! time) fur 87 per Volume. E. Lynn, are in e II. P. Younts and J volums, aultable lor bind. Cloth Caws lor sit.n this week. They find the work quito nnd wn earnestly command hia christian the remains, supposed to he thoe of four lug, will ba aent by mall, jioatpald, on receipt of 31 eacn. tedious hut the lists nearer eiiuallz tl than life and bright example to those of hia more persons, were dug out of the slill llenilttances slould tie made by postoltlce money to usual. It will Hkeir tke them the lull young frisnda who re disposed to stray emokini; ruins. The number of dead here, ordrtrdalt, am avoid t chance of Jossaivertlacment copy this not Newrpaiitrs with the from the teachloHS of lovlnc trnthers and tnfore reported was eight. There is no rlrothers. without the evrrtsx older ol Harper ilk New Vork. eifiht daya allowed lo get through a fltOTUUU, Addttsa IlAllI'Kll doubt thai the number ia 20 lathers. exa minationa. in-i- oranco held a $3,000 accident policy on his Jones for druggists' licence at Crab Orchard waa called, that gentleman presented life. through Judge Hansford a petition longer Oun clerer depot agent, J. A. Carpenter, and fully as representative In f.ivor of the la the proud parent of another itjrl, which It hai been ascertained that James Bar' When the application of Mr. E W. We see from trie Intkkioh Jouiinal that certain members of the Christina church at Stanford have determined to have nrreted all thoe noisy persons January i888 n. t'J Ru-ple- y. ' principally young men who congregate about the doors and eomelimes go the chinch lo create a disturbance of some -DKALla kind This a uinc In the right dlrec lion. The houe of (Jo i is br no inn a Drugs, Books, Stationery and place to carry on silly conduct, such as Fancy Articles. laughing nod tft'kin in tho church while the si;rvini-- i nre on. It is the heigoi rhysttlani' rrfK rtpl Ions accurately compouDJnd. Alto of ill.hreding and a stop should he put at once to it. Also "spuklng" in church Is JEWELER. getting to hi qniie c iiuinim of late among the younger clap; this nhoiild alio ba brok The Largest Stook of Watches, Clocks, en lip. The church is m tde to wi ri dp in. Jewelry and Silverware All good christian people will do wed to Ever bought to tbla market I'rlecs than discoun'e'iancesll ill c induct during the th Loweat. Watchea, Clocka and Jewelry Be-palrnd on hon notlts auJ Warrant!. Lsxinuinn Transcript hours of worship 1W1 pie-em- J!) B$ PHARMACIST, 1 HUT. JMJ 1 iJWJT 1 'SiJ'v awiaofltwATfa ij2h, - fv f'r Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. - fr -I B. K. WEARKHT. 1 Stanford. nc-lu- PUBL.IC SAXjE J ; HiniM-liol- BUT &BOOBBI1 Q or- - linplo-ui-nts- V,i ITor Male or X.e:ise an T. R. MAIN & WALTON -- corn: It- - 1 I'an-try- SOMEESET STS.v pattlcu-lirsapil- T 2tr .IVD OJET THE ei gl-t- Stanford Roller .Mills, BEST. a ini tsk u EUDk rieJ il laVBlllllBIl ATS B El H W M Be ax Ub WEEKLY 6AZETTE (The Weekly Edition of the Oouimeicial Qizette.) It Stands Harper's Bazas! ' ' the Top Shelf iu Character It is the Beit Newspaper, It is a Republican Paper, It is the Family Papr, It is the Soldier's Paper, It is the Farmer's Paper, It is the Children's Paper. on l y m: readng mstler, Tho Weoldy Gazottocontalcarl.tv-elxcoiuniiiao- prf aunu u, nukingrholre prlto itea than and la lurulshcil to the Duo lkilar twoctDle a w,ekper ut in I'.i i ulilkan uew;iapir In iheC-fitra- l sute- - It la in the hid as a l.uillv uewt copy. It Is the e detail In dont tbape, with the lollowing depart-iiitipaper nnd It glvea all ttenewa with ticry uesnab iiili-irilx- n bt ut: Harper's Periodicals, 1 he FinniH'lr.i :utl Coxumcrcl.il KviktIk Are given in lull and their tfJIkldllty is well known lliroughout the ccuntrv. Ueit ro tclegrap) ed overy day lioiu New Voik at,dClncao ovr our own wlre, silvihg tntuu fans as to the murku r. Tho ,a(;riiMilt(irul Iiurlim'iU ini-i- Wen considered i otio of the most j'O Hilar Iralurei and ha alwava Utartfully ediiodofbymorn raluo to farmers than luenonuugexperieuce. y times tbetostof tne aper. Tnisdepailiuent ii Tho Ctiiiuaey Corner, Kzrlustvely lor vcuoa' people and the little .'olki, Is one of I lie attractive and valuable features ol the Weekly and Semi Weekly editions. Original Mtoriea untl Choice NuIi'i'liuiiH, With the most ltittretltg iorrtsotideiice from all parti o( the world, apear every week in hotb the Wtekly and evut. Weekly cslltious. In a word, Is a complete newspaper, and should be I aimer and prbhsslonal man In the United rtaiea. la printed Ihe Heekly ad(Jn.ctle,merchant, by utery it Neiul-Wet'ltly uianofaiturer, mochnnle, lurriisv Older a aample copy for jour Irltnd or neighbor, Addtesa TKXU lnduceunutato Club Agent, tor .tS7'S. f "fttF and Friday at Si The Chizeeit) ll'ajef.r. Tho Commeroial Gnzotto Co., Ciccinnati.'O. f F t ' I 'I of tho trunk ho found a ' written on her dying bed to him, confessing her crime and bagging forglrcness, to prove twrtfollo full of papers. MT. VERNON, KY. Ring out, wild bull, to tlio wild sky. Among them was a letter senled and nd that Amy was as pure as an iingul; and now The Ilylnir cloud, tlio frost llRlit; Thli old and dressed to his father, nnd n picture painted ho sprang to his feet, with now lifo In his Hotel li still main The ear 4 tlj ng In tlio nlelit ; veins, now luio in his hoart, now light in hla Ulnlng its fine reputation. Chargo reoionablt on porcelain of a lovely woman, who someRing out, wild bells, and let lilin dlo. Ul'pcMI attention to the trarellng public. how looked familiar to him, but ho know he . eyes. Ulnr; out the old, rtijc In tlio new; 31. V. XKWVOJIll, rio'r, had novcr Foen her, yet ho loved her, and h I For six long years that letter nnd tho W ROYAL SVI? Jk with tho rough copies of tho false letMl. Vernon, Ky. Itlug, linppy Ml, ncrosi the snow; put tho picture In his pocket nnd took up the Tlio year Is colng, let him go; ters which had condemned an innocent old portfolio nnd went Iwick down stairs. Ring out tlio false, ring iu the true. Ho scarcely knew what ho was atxmt or woman, had lain nlmat under his hand and Feed, what ho was thinking of, nud his littlo brain ho hnd never known It. AND When Lydiu died her littlo trunk had lieeu was as confused as his heart wns full. ! Ho entered tho study and found his father sent to him, but ho uover looked beyond tho SALE thero talking w itli tho nuro, w ho seemed to top, nnd ho never know that her heirless lovo for him had been tho motive for this HiTing rented tho utalile ou Depot itrect, I am hide something under her npron. prepared to train and hrnak hor A SPECIFIO FOR nn rratonahlo Egbert smiled n littlo contemptuously as crime. teruii. County Court day trade eollrltnl Ho closed tho portfolio, Mylng: ho nt once understood thnt it hnd somothiug 11. r.i h.v "Sho is dead now; I will forgivo her when t03-to do w itli New Year's porno now gift. HUuturd, Ky "Father," said he, "wero you thinking of Amy forglve-- i me." ns ho moved tho book tho picture lay And 'C-I iif III 7L giving mo anything "Why, yes. It is Now Year's, nnd vour exposed. Ho grasped it, and through blinduppresscil Infill birthday. Is thero anything jou would liko ing tears ho klsed thofacoof his ioorwlfe, Mtixsr., iiirinio.Mi. kv rrrirnlar canty ainil nnd then ho roso with a now energy, saying: rnfui to hnvo particulnrlyr "I will start this hour, and if they will let B. Egliert hesitated and grow rod. ENSTRUATION or "Father, I don't know ns I could, hut if I tno soo her I will pray her forgiveness on my I For a good Tahle knees. My poor, ieroeuted wife." OxJTHLY SICKNESS. could have ono, I should like to havo a And clean and well furnished roomi, this Hotel has no suiierlor. Wood rampln rooms attached. mother." If taken dnrlnrj the CHANOK OP UFK, rreat MTIUIrs tl 00 (nit day. 'iul-l- y If a knlfo had pierced that father's heart, enfferitiir ami dancer will be avoided tWBetid for ho could not hnvo grown more jalo than did book'".MiMiui to Womkn," mailed free. Mr. Fallon w hen his boy stammered out that IlHAiiriKU) lUuuLATOit Co., Atlanta, Oa C. JOHNSON, pathetic request. Ho groaned in agony ns ho staggered forTHE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, ward and stretched his arms across tho tablo, Thtit pawder nT r tarlei. A tnrTlol purity, w hilo ho trembled nud hid his f aco ujou them, trcnth and wbolraoineneM, 'More econouiltM la now prepared with a rod stock and an addiin evory limb. tban the ordlmrr kind, and can not bo tola any uitlue-irHMcompetlton with the multitude of low tnt .itiorv tional workmanIn to do IhsI kind of work Iu his line llonte.M Egbert como closo to his father wonder-inglthe pnirderi. Holdonly la promptly and Lancaster manner, (lire Mm a wolntat aluia or ihcMpht trial, bnop on but ho could not understand this sudstreet. (J77) UorALOAKMi) Powdki O. cant, Shortest and Quiokeat Route from Ues den display of emotion, nnd ho laid tho portK; Um Mtr-- t New York HIXO OUT THE OLD 1UNO Iff TIIK NEW. tral Kentuokj to all Points North, folio down on tho tablo with tho picture, and Ring out the grief tlint sapa tho mind East, Woet and Southwest. TRAINING STABLE ! finally seeing that his father seemed so Tor those that hero mo see no more; Kait Line Uctween grieved, ho put out his hand instinctively, Ring out the feud of rich and poor, G. A. BENEDICT & CO., I, the undcrsUnnl, hate In Dantlllo, Ky , a and tried to caress his father's hair, as ho had Ring in redress to all mankind. neat TralnltiK HUlilo, and am preparel to briwk seen that twor woman da STASKOUn, KKNTCCKV. and train horxv either to saddle or trot, and say riKXIXUTON A OINCIWATI This light touch brought Mr. Fallon's mind to the people of Lincoln and dJolnlu roumlei II Tlng In the valiant man and free. you a horse that back to his child, and ho slowly lifted his w.m broke, trained or Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. sold, hare will tirlug It youme, will Through tickets and baggage checsij to any and to The larger heart, tho kindlier hand; Kiiaranteo face from tho tablo, nnd then ilrew tho boy destination readied by railroad will do my best with your stock. you Ring out the darkness of tho land, hor full farllculars, call on any agent of the to his knee, a yvry unusual demonstration for VWellt Drilled to order and pumps farmlihed hare a borso you want sold, brlnii It tome, as we ivuiMnr, ur Ring la the Christ that is to be. 2ii-- t f at Uctory prlee. hare thosecoud bealuiarkot In theHtate. him to make. 0 y. U. MOIWK, D. A.KKKLKY, . Alfred Tennyson. 2W-t- f ti.tMVKI. JOIISHttX. "What madoyou ask thnt question, Egbert! (len.l'aM. Agent, TraT. 1'aas. Agent, OiTlngtnn, Ky Who has been talking to your Lexington, Ky 11 K. IIL'NTINttTflN.lterelm, EGBERT'S NEW YEAR'S. LOUIS sun Li:3 EL, "No one, father, only I saw that poor (ieneral Omrea, OuTlngton.Ky children had mothers, and today I somehow LONDON, KY. felt thnt if I hnd n mother of my very own, F . B. RILEY, Proprietor. nr olive nAiti'Eit. I should feel so contented and happy, and I . S IIK'IIMUKII, KKXTl'CKY. Tills day Egbert had been down to tho felt, too, that I had always wanted one, only MOTHEIl AND CHILD WKIIE IN KACII OTIICn'fl Thoroughly IteiioviittMl nml Ilei"ur. AIIMS. very end of the garden, to the llttlo houso I never know it until today, nnd I thought I'nre Photographs in all styles and sizos. nlHtint lliroiiittioul. o A soft rustlo of garments, a breath of thrt stood ly (lie edge of tho woods on their you could get mo ono, perhaps, instead of any itnit night rsiiNoiiiildo prlcot. sweet as a clover fluid, then a low, ten- mid neighbor's kind, nnd ho looked with childish play toys. I am tired of all kinds of toys, tnliiHitre met tiw polite l'orlerMof Ililn Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Oiiouttvtut NtwAtir Cnicato St ,(1,- -" curiosity through the imliugs, to where he and when I saw that boy's mother love him der voico whispered: iOT.iu. Water Colors. "Clarence, she has long ago forglvon you, populnr IIiiiino. heard voice. A boy of about his own age, so tenderly, I made up my mind to ask you. New deitjM In Kraaies aril Mils t Tery lo a poorly draped and not very pretty boy, I should love you just tho same. Father, and has loved you nlwnjs." 1'rlOAS. (Mt-l"Amy, oh, my wlfol" stood with n woe begone look while a sweet why is it I havo no mother, or don't rich DR. W. B. PENNY, LXAVIKO ROTH After awhile, when they could talk, Amy faced woman bound up a cut finger, and then looplo hnvo themr" DENXIsr, "My boy, I liavo tried to keep this sorrow told him that her longing to behold her child when it was dono sho assed her plump arm Koittuoky ..OllISVIM.tt A VIXVISSATI around tho child's neck and drew tho curly from you, and to so fill a mother's place that had been so great, that sho had stolen thero Httvntortl, brown head to her breast, nnd with tho other you would never miss her, but it is useless. liko a thief, and had managed to gain enDally, secure to trarelers trance, and then sho had hidden behind the she patted his cheek, and then caressed his rnturo has spoken, i. ou had a mother once. To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: 5WbnIe53'Vk curling hair, nud finally kissed kiln two or but-yhavo nono now. You con never curtain ns her husband enmo in, and so had listing recently eoulppod alflne Itiller .Mill la THE been a silent spectator of all. RAPID SERVICE have another." three times very tenderly. thetownol ritanforj trat w iiely any Mill to Morning dawned and Egbert dressed nnd Suddenly I'gliertVt heart swelled and his "But where is she, fatherl Is sho deadr Inquallty of flour, we think the cltliens ot eiual went downstairs, feeling as if somethlug un"Yes, child, dead to us nlL" throat iKiiued with the effort to keep back the county should hare county pride enough to usual was about to liapjion. patroolie and suitalu the same Utween "Hut wlu did sho dlo tho tears. No ono k ved him like that. 'e wlih 10 In- Ler atlempte.1 111 er the great commercial a on the libit form whom It may concern that we are la the ami Iticiiu", and henr Tho remembrance of the conversation with "Eight years ago, Egbert. Now, my boy, "Mother," said tho boy on tho other sido the laslest time and most citfifur.able trains market to buy your wheat and corn and will of tho fenco, "mother, it doesn't hurt a bit listen. You must not speak of her again, his father w clghed ujion his young hoart, and all tilnts In theoirCi, or to the IIVf glra the highest market price tor same. We 1 are added some new machinery to oar corn meal aud ortlnrrnt riierouuletpart of this train now. Shall I go on chopping P never, never. I cannot bear it, to mo nor to chocked the curiosity as to his exjxKted presOOve on tncaiter street, neit door to department and can now make meal to suit any on all trunk hum Is denominated Tiri l.ltftt-ri- l "Yes, dear, but Ikj a littlo moro careful. I any ono else. You must think no more about ents. office. Office hours from S to 12 a. ersun. It cannot be equaled by any other Mill In The door opened and his father came In M.and 1 to 5 P. u. Anesthetics administered wheb this vicinity We soll.it a trial In our flour and ploy lUrvrcHH. Thsuvrb rolllnisiKk w emdon't want to find you In a hospital Now it, and bo as happy as you can w ith me. Am glti pitrons fnlltnttrtt Comfort. .) loading tho lady of tho portrait One look at aeceasary. I not good to your Year's day. moal department. All hating grain In our line Ata!ICoun llcaei Office, in the Mouth lor sale will please, call at Mill, where our agent you w find our time table and tickets, ray Jtn-nuthat face was enough, and mother and child "Don't you Iks Hcared. You best littlo "Oh, yes, ami I will try," said tho boy, tryget flunnn and stick to .DoMnii, If can be found at all tlmM, who will glre the best ing to strugglo against the tears; and then were in each other's arms. mother iu tho whole world." price lor same. Hracd ai.l ship stuff always In you want to sate money aud have a plwuant Jour Tho littlo heart hnd nothing left to long DR- - S. C. So tiie "best little mother" went into tlio he roso and went out of tho study nnd up to B O. MiWIlMICK, stock. W.X.I'OTrS.Hun't, Co. Ml-t- f General I'aaaenger Agent, I'mrago. Man lord Uglier Mill cottage, giving her boy one more beaming his room, whore ho went to bed to think and for, ho had his mother, and yet two early rnrm City Ticket Agmts and Dfllters , glance of lovo as she entered tho door, and try to understand this first sorrow and first tears swum in his eyes, and his lips quivered, S,vwJ ? Ith Ae., K A. lU'cKSKa, Ky. but it was with pure Joy. 1. M. ToaaaMK. boy returned to his job of splitting kin- mystery of his j ouug llfo. tho Vine sL, Cincinnati, O Mt. Voraon, Ky. dlings. Mr. Fallon remained in his study a prey to Florence Washing Machine. violent emotion. GIVING NEW YEAR'S GIFTS. OBcenext door to Whitehead's Drug Store This child, whom he had surrounded with right to sell the Florence I hare bought tb attention glen to dliean's ot children. Tho giving of New Year' gifts Is n custom glacial(277-such tenderness, and who hnd nil that was Washing Machine and am now prepared to famish left of his broken hoart, found that not tbnt lin--i long lieen prnctically olisoleto, but """ all who may wish to sare their clothe frual the tubbing and tearing incident to the old procean enough, and his innocent nature cried out In the ohien day fift giving on New Year's J so. m. raaiciNs. washing. Takeone and try It ami be conrlorrd. for mother love, not even knowing w hut it was as strictly observed as on Christinas. R. s. MaaTlH. I'll not worry yon about buying unless you are BaoDHRAD, KV., May, lfta7. Like many of tho Christmas customs, it was was. Louisville & Nashville K. R. many fully satisfied as to tta merit. Albright Martin bcu to Inform And that mother, weak, unworthy, sinful derived from the Hoiiinns, among whom, at friends and customers ol be change In their name The undersigned, havlug purchased the Florence -- TUB MBKA1- firm Washing Machine, and alter a thorough trial, we rod abandoned, what did sho care if tho littlo ono timo, tho day tlio jiroud distinctake pleasure In adding our teetlaiiioy as to lis heart broko for want of a mother's tender tion of tho only ono in the whole yiar MAUTIX A worth, and without hesitation pronounce It a sue-- c on which gifts could bo legally demanded. carol in erery particular, doing all that Is claimed Hot tears forced themselves through his Among common New Year's gifts In tho The new 3rm hop not only to sustain the llu- - for It. Win, Daugherty, J. W. Wallace, Dr. llourne, to ilia rhttnlit. Liu tninJa to make manr eyelids, nnd sola racked his breast as he Dnrly days of England's hUtory wero oranges manufacture ot tobacco which Mrs.8. P Mailer, A C Hlne, Kill I'erilns Lewis thought it all over. Wo will K. Lynn, I. L Diwson.C stuck with cloves oranges and cloves ero nr..tn.niilnihii Dudderar, J. Vaunoy, will be to the interest ol our ruatomers. He hnd taken his young brido to his heart great rarities then gloves and pins to tho deVote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands Mrs. Amanda i'eak, Oeorge Teyton. Alet Holts-law,you for past Alln-- t C and home, with pride and love, dorp and Indies, etc. Tho common gift from a tenant of bat leaf Thanking of your trade, K. Harrow, Kiellt, Kclanl I'tmden, Him Italnea, It, 1TITH and manr others A. M. for a continuation true, nnd in two short years sho hnd proved to his landlord was a cajion, and Cowley, on farors and asking ilespectfully your.. 31. ' K 1. It IS, we remain, unworthy of his name. Pullman Palace Sleepers. Ileadquarteraat S. H. Myers' stora. early English jwet, recognized this custom JIAKTiS As M'KilKISN. Even whilo her first liorn lay upon her when ho uroto tho lines: breast sho was a guilty wretch, nnd then, JAa.fl. otvma, WU. AYBKJ. When with low legs nml In nn humble gulso Ixiultnllid otary Public when his cousin had discovered all tho wrong, lie offered up a cnti sn rlflce lo and hnd pro ed it to him, she dared deny it Cnto his worship at tho Xe Year's tide. .nOlliplllN, ami so muko it all tho deeper. Among tho characters iu Hon Jonson's .itlillllll, Then ho had driven her forth, torn from "Alnvjuoof Christinas" is "New Year's Gift .latiiiKoiuorj', ATI IiA"W. CHICKEN her false urms tho pretty baby, and she had in a blue coat, nerving man like, with an l.illli) Ktitk, leuv-in- g 511 rifth Street, gono out of his homo nnd lifo forever, orange, and n sprig of rosemary on his hoad, .11Willoanl ..Mt OrlcmiN. J) I .' " ,his liat full of broochoe, with n collar of tho blight of her sin uKn them both. - :L.OUIWVIJ-iIjI3- t Then ho had mado a rwluso of himself for gingerbivud, lib torch beaver, carrying n (IM-lyOnly one change to points In tho sako of his child, and had tried to so fill marclipauo with a lwttlo of wino on either Ilooms3and 6, Crorale lilock. NO OSE Lovrn IIIM like that. this littlo heart that it should never need arm." Sometimes in tho plncu of gloves or love, ami yet that littlo heart missal pins, dearer then to tho fcminino heart, even, Egbert stood n littlo w hilo and then went slowly toward the houo, his brain flllod with something. Ah, well, ho would linvo to know than now, for they eru cotly antl uel only ! thoughts and his heart with a vaguy nemo of itsomu day. Pcrhaii&it wns txst that ho learn by tlio rich, sums of money w ere given ; henco w hilo too young to understand. tho terms, htill in common use, of "glovo it now, grief nnd almost anger. Becking homes on the line of this road will recelv Tho sweet, innocent faeo that sho hadl money" and "pin monoy," Tho bribing of IIo wanted u mother. Ho had nono ; no ono MISS SALLIB HARniSON, special ralea. judges was not at all uncommon in thoso to love him iu that precious fashion that ho How could guilt havo lodgod in that hcnrtl ar-8- e Agents of thl Company lor rate, routes How could sho have sacrificed husband, days, and 11101107 jwild to tho administrators Formerlrol Stanford, hai opened a Purchasing Ac,, or orlto had Just lieheld. . P. AT. t. V. ATMOItK, LoiiliTllle, A., of tho Jaw was often concealed in handsome Agency in Cincinnati, and all orders touher at 127 Ills 11UIS4 had always len pood to him, his child, good name, nil! Ky West 8th ieniu wiu Yet sho did. Tlio proofs wero too strong gloves prosented as olito offering of friend- attention. street, will recene a apecUllr 0' Onn father moro than good, but why had ho no make Sho root!"1! J ship. Once when a ludy of tho namo of iood, but will rec Ire orders for I urnlturo, tar-lot- s for doubt. and In fact everything one could wish The Those letters, their touch withered his Croaker hent a Vlicr 1K.3 the, or had ho never had ono? of gloves to Kir Thomas patrotmgeof tho ladles ol this section especlsl y Ills fatlicr gave him everything that heart anil hf.' at once, olght years ago when Jlore lined with forty golden sovereigns that soliclt.-d- . Newport Xcwh A; .MlHsUslupl Vnllt'y Co. it-monoy could buy or nffortion devise, but ho Amy was drive:! forth a wauderor 11ml an judge returned tho gold with n nolo iu which, had never know 11 a mother, never heard tho outcast, wrtrdngnnd dcclrringhor innocenco "sinco it wero against good manners to 1SSS. name ovon, at least as uiplied to himself, but to tho last, iu spi to of tho proof in his posher Now Year's gift was, accepted, & OHIO ! now ho suddenly felt that ho had needed 11 session. I "but ns for tho lining," lio wont on, "I was tlio cuatotn thon to nlwn v and ho hod never had one, Then she hnd tnlcon hor slwttored lifo refuse it." It mother t homo to her jkiivnU, and they hnd sheltered make Now Year's gifts iu profusion to tho wa U10 rwasonf I'lillnntii Cur nml Koliil Train IMiiHf ntti'il. Thousands of dollars worth of Did everybody hnvo mothers, or only the her. reigning sovereign, and lists of with glftbnro Thoy lxilloved in her innocence. Well,, still religiously preserved. poor, fur he rualnd tliat tlieto peoplo were chickens die every year from Cholllarpi'r'a WeeLlr lias a well established p'aee Queen JHizaboth ivaceived moro Now Year's the leedliif Illustrated tiewspiper In Amerloa Tho era. It is more fatal to rhitkens than Ioorer than otliers, and yet an ho roniom-berc- d sho was their child, and they ouaht to 1k- current oll gifts than any previous ruler of Knclaild. lirnetsut that bwi et comforting tmilo nnd that liovo her. To WuBhinRton, Hiohmond nnd all other diseases combined. Hut the "Oh, Amy, little Amy, I lovod you so!" he nud among tlio urticlea named on her lists ... tender care ho ftlt wronged and defrauded. Old Point Comfort i.i ...... I,,- nn.l HiU rarintv u It t riMls discovery of a remedy that positively "I will Iuito n mother, too," baid he, "even murmured. "I could lovo you now, God wero iwtticoaU, loolin glasses, jcCP ,,f n9 literary which Include aerial pular cures it has been made, and to be conholpmol I believe I do yet, in spitoof nil, limralotu, wl!: utockincii, etc. It U Uiiovcd and short st..rles by the but aud most if I havo to live in n cottage ami wear old people of the wlilesl writers, clothes and hnvo no playthings like tha ami I forgrvo you, for you wore so y oung!'' that too famoux silk stockings givou to tills range til It for tho p ruwl ofhui piemenn are vinced of its efficacy only requires a ol taatt and pursuits queen by Mrs. Montague wero New Year's boy; I'll nd; father riht away." uu expense Is spared to trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for To Louiavillo and Cinoinnati. provided, and to Kgliert Kallor. would bo 10 years old gilt, nnd itWincordud that Klix.il.ctli liked hr ng the highest ordorof artistic l abilityphss'sbvar one hundred chickens. It is guarI -CugD, .' of Connections direct for all point In tlio New Yonr'n day nnd ho had novcr known mv ttwin mightily, and thenceforth kho novcr urou the Illustration of the Harall lis iililore anteed. If, after using woro cloth hoo nny more. The plving of bouie and foulku admirably Inudaplel fealurts of other homo than tin-,- , which was in n suburb tnlwawel-tumetfueper Wiekiy la West,Nort-W8sUSouth-West Xow Yenr'a rrsstit to supirior was n cusa bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly 'esA of Jfew Yoik and clod ugalnst intrusion. "V--v In erery houtm.old. tom gpuurally olnervod, and, of conreo, Iav IIo wiwno ohiktiMi, oicopt when ho rode satisfied with it as a euro for Chicken 1AI .'.- t3ia "sir came 11 cloak for ull sorb, of Job) wry. on hiii pony Ufido his lather In their excurRi. i Cholera, return it to the undersigned Tho Itanquct of J(.t, published in Iffill, sions, and no visitors came there, nor did Mr. IS KfKKCT.NOV 13, '87. No. 4 Dally and your money will be refunded. Dalli, Kx Hun. tells n tale of n Now Year's fjift mado by Harr. r'a Weeklir rKBVBAK. Fallon visit uny toii. W 1 one of tho iioblomeu of tho rei.-jTlio servants wiro tho ratno that had come w r Korsile by Mcltoberts X. Htai. Htanford. of Kin Harper's Mogsilne Cliarlos I to tho court jester, which it ternw there when ho did, and 110 ono of them evor Ltb ImlsTllle w' JMpji 6 r0 a m Ilarixr's lUiar Arr zlris-u10 35 p m II 50 a m a "plmsrint story' It scums that tho jester Harper's Young P.ople said n word that could i;ivo this littlo fcllo.' 3 " Whltoriulpli'ir br!ik' 3 10am was not eutisllcd with thu number of pieces tho UU11 thnt life hud over held any other tied " Charlottsrllle(V Al Jtinct) ft 10 p m II 40 a in i all subscribers in mo uniieu r.tgofrieti Mexico of inonoy ho lmd " lllcbmoud bo bo 3I100I; tho for him tliun those ho now had. u (m) p m1 80 p m or t anadit 10 3) a in fl 85 n m ULU JLJCJUU, " Newport News Egbert returned to tho housn hlowly and coins discontentedly in hU lmnd, whereat State, Volumes ot the Weekly bfg n with tho first Tim " Old Culm Comfort 7 00 i, m llwam 7 4D tho nobleman begged tlio ttum of thorn for number for.latiiuryolwuin year. When no tlmo thoughtfully and went to tho study, w hero he 4) am "Norfolk p w n uiointmt, "and by tlio way," ho added, la mtntlunid, a iwcrlptlotif will b"ln with the expettod to llud bin lather; but ho found no " Washington 9 40 p m o 23 p in ncelpt of order. "them If ono of them w hieli 1 would bo loath Number currcn. at the tlmoof 24 ' "' " v5 P ono, and fn ho went 011 up stairs, but there lie .'! I!"1.','".'",'6.' " 00 a iu .1 CO a m is .1 I'nllalelphla Koun I Volutin ol Harpca Weekly, for three to part w itli." Tho I'oins wero eturned anil did not find him either; k almost mechanibinding, will be sent by E. H. BURNSIDE, years back, Iu nt c 6W iu620ji iu J NewYorlr 1... . . tho Jiwtor united iMitiently for a larger gift. mall, noitairo nalc t or nth express, free ol exnenso cally ho went on until ho touched tho garret, by Ilut tho uoblomuu w hero ho went over to tho cost window ami keted tho caf.li, U'llnstnn Dlflslou fnrorbled ibalreUlit doea not exceed one dollar - KnowD Main I.lne Trains east Trains run by Central lime". This Old and Well ol Huntington run by Kast tier Toluine) for 87 ier tolume, with preat brilliancy: looked out tow trU tho littlo cottage, nil tho ern time, forencli Tolume, sultahlo for Cloth Hotel Still Maintuiiia ita time. which Is ouo hour faster thau Ceutra while with liU heart full of this new longing. "I onco gave ny money into tho hands of Ing will casesent by mall, postpaid, nn receipt lilnd. ol Jl bo a fool, w ho had not tho wit to 1. op It " After a little ho began to tool; about nnd ADDITIONAL TIUINH.-1V- O. High 11, dalley ex. cepl Bunday, lease Ollse HIII 4 41 a m; Ml. Blur Tho fact that this story bus Uou picscrved "Hatnutanc s should b mada by postoilice money notice tho quaint old broken furniture that AND ling 7 CO a In; arrlro LexInKton 8 3.5 a ui; arrlra at from oblivion for moro tiian '."00 years by order or draft to arold chance of lo was htorud here, and finally bis glance MI Cincinnati yis Winchester ll 35 m. Newspapers are not o copy this adTcrtljemont means of constant upon n queer, old fashioned littlo hair trunk in Knglaud, NO Its Proprietor it Determined thai 2 00 pm;12 dally except Bunilav. a learn flnelnn.tl a order ol Harper A. Mrolhers. and that r.ll tho wite of that nland havo wit bout tnerxpre IkhiikI w itli iron bands, btudded with brass Country Ixluittpiift5piii, arrho ill. blerllng It Shall be rfecond to no Address HAUI'KIt A DltorilhlM. New York. 7 IS p iu;()ltT0 Hill 0 'o p m "FATIIKlt, "R'liy 13 IT I HAVE NO MOTlTEnr' tloubtlchs laughed lieartily nt it, may jicr niiiU Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Wo. 5, daily, leavii Clifton Knrge at 7 00 a mj lmjislx) consult red bulllcient oxctiso for IU Ho thought what a pretty place this would At this moment his oyes fell upon tho port, Appointment!, or Atten,u.,i . ui; nrriTB Ain anil n 40 p 111; we cofflUlljr refcramnd uuurt:on hero. Columbus 11 17 pin bo to store his smaller playthings in, anil folio lyitifj tiK)n tho tablo, and mecliauicallr your I. a1, ihc t.t rcmedr tion to Comfort of known to usfjrOonorttHi-No, 0, dally, Itare Ashlard 7 10 a in; arrive at ho ojencd it, only to htnrt, hold Ills laoath knowing that over thing them would their Oaeiti Charleston 11 U a in; Cllltou l'orxa 73b n m and f.lcrt. TO 5 IIAYfl.H Thero U n fathor with tw ico si.T sons; thesu l given to him, ho tried to ojeii it and nnd strain his eyes to tho utmost ns lie exW l,ave I'nllman Bleeping t'arsou all through train. AH0i:arot4 ant tsv able,e and In sold cootldtr. evrjr ca.s it csuitbtrlctur. ceo what it would look like on tho inside. Old Dominion Steamships leaye Norfolk amined one by ono tho impors t lticli proved S0113 liavo thirty danghtcrs apiece, jwirtly Monbagivtn Hti.fAcllcn. llarTxe nlllbe oonreyed to and from the 1 day, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday andonHatur-deolorcil, liavingonocheolc wliito ami tho other Vim tirdoDly tyth Npeclal accommodation was locked, but ho soon found ujani tlicir faeo that tho oor wife, so wrongTJbjjttrunk free of charge. Alcwtt A I.Uk, at ll.'MO V. m tor New Ynrk blaclc, who nocr soc each other's faco nor. llETicjChe!:iKo. io Commercial IrkTelers, The liar will m'eanis to open it, nud ho found It filled with fully accused, had been driven away, tho For Tickets, liatcs, Information, etc, apply at Huion. N". Y always snpplleJ with the choicest Ilvo ubovo ttvtnty.four hours. Chambers Mojuui'rtuiothus. Cfnclnnatl.HHH V victim of hh cousin. Ticket otllcenr address brands of Manors and Cigars. Book of Days'. W. V. WIOKIIAM, Sold by Druggists, Ho tossed thorn out Impatiently, and then It did not need tlio letter which sho Lad II. W FIII.MCK, NEW YEAR'S EVE. i 1 -- y, nt tho very Itoltain well-kno- RADFIELDS FEMALE jwrfc-foli- t 83-6- Livery, Training, liilFW f'm" STABLE fl regULATUII WOMAN'S UlSE&SES urt:Ti:ii, f WILLIS HOUSE, J. WILLIS, Propriotor. POWDER P s M N Absolutely Pure. H. LI. I. y, 1 TAKNOLV MOITWE, XMIOTOGIt,llHKIt, per-fum- Iy grnnnaaipna -- A NEW FAST MAIL STOTICJG. ou 1ST r clt-le- USI-lyr- DAVIS, Physician ana bur tf flMjJj - ""L& n. IIS 0-- rep-.....i- TIIKOUUIITKUNKLINE !.' SOUTH & WEST .'lrsllll, AYRES&GIVENS, ATTORNEYS icy. .) G A1TTEE' - Cholera Cure! s O cr l'lircaiaMlii Agency Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS iir x ut-tor-ly Mnrper's Woolrly CHESAPEAKE V".-&- lll li.rlali-jni'iientao- EAST -. JWM y."2? y i Wi m 1 rr WEST cha-gilu- two-third- s st 1 &&M)im iDm Harpor's Periodicals, ' 1 , 1 7TVPT)C unrnPTjhio miSTANFOKD. KY. Reputation, . I 1 Propr I i , .,,, -,u will-ingl- y fw Wl ar rric t.oi- - Itocelrer. Gen'l I'asa'r Agt. iJ- -