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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888022101 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. PublWhod Evory TtioHday nnii Friday Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1888. -- NO. 3. M fruin thnl Unit' on, iiml vvmoiir mint lt- - Imps mum1 limy In- - xtartliMl, if 1 LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. IVojili-axki'i- l woniU'ilnjj- - tlicin, tiiut u'V'Kit" votcil jii"t as tli'iiu an ,t iiiir in There is a miunr 01 a w ly- - "LhShiiI iilsoiimoiii: tin projilii'tsV" iiniiiiul us a "h1ilti." "Thou Miull tnki it &l! I 'Kit YIOAlMN'.A.IJVA.N'CI'i lint our lirotliiT wax trm to lii.s cinivii- - out from aiming t lie .sheep or from lii'jli life here 1111111; as yet only .1 rumor. A colt and di show was the mean s t lions, uiiil, otlii'r Saul, at D.iin- -' anions the jjouts," was written of the " . of drawing a hi;r niiwil lieu la- -t Saturhi not so uiil $2 DO will t Men mis-am- i iim'iip, "iueieueil the tiime in Mieiith, notle.sh animal for .aerihYe. eoiifouiiilcil" opposers at llucton-- j take in interpreting .Matt, xxv as tlio' day. II. T. No"l Iris about complct'"! illr. "nroviim that this is verv t'lirl-t- " ' thi.s jti'lu'inent in vol veil tin uiiirodly en residence, which is build'ucron COD IS LOVE ANO NOTHING ELSE. emies of the I.Ol.l). Not mi. They art Whom Ikirueri jireached. The house will be occupied Continuation Of wild surprise and veril believe tliis would have been evidently taken with .Mr. A. I.indberry. when linislicd. 1'UAIHK 'IMI W I.HHD. even demur at their .sentence, as thomrh by the outcome of two weeks' hear'nm at .(oli 11 S, Wiljjht, of .luuetioii City, (Stanford know in; my llrother Loir, imj hardly treated. Like the 'Vaints in one of the tirm of Wright ISro-- ., marble I do. n.o.M (.i:oh.ko. i.ai.nt. N he more oithodox than I'ncle Matt. vn:'.'J they will be pel feet ly atoii- i.r.Ti was in l.incasterS iturday. There "i'rophe.syinu'. Hut it was not to be. lulled, .Mmtiiie Wanen'.' "eitstiiii: out cutters,1.,. .......... (..... !.. ,1 '" '.' ftip In is wondroiiH work'" "" "" '" " Miatimv.s, Miss., run, ;i, Inns. 11111 "iiilulitv" devil - ," "doin-ma- ny Miirv. I ivad with much in .'.hmI man. And benm-- e I love him with cannot outwelfsh iiejrleet of .Icmis in the """'J1'1; , "", lb it Intciuoii: -v ,1,rK . or " "' tere-- t the two columns In the lvr:moit n,y heait, I would fain see him deliv-.t- person of "the IeaM of these Mix breth- wwk. the Kitt'st of .lames from my deal old friend and m., fiom his I'resbyterian "strait-jack- ren." "liestowinwall our pN..U to feed in i:vi. While hele he '"' brotber, bij;. Williams, nuuiv tviit- - t.t." He ought to be pro.'iesie. belong tin poor." even "ivin- - the bodv to be ' From Jack h""VUi tlK'filliiwliiaiiiuliw I could not an-- taken in thinking Iv in. inir to the Church In- - does. I am so .'lad burned" for oith.Mloxv, mnnot condone youmay"het llrother bird "went on" befme he died. the lack of I.OVK. And how can a man I,,,n" 0,,t' l,i,,r ,"",v ,1"11'" Uwkv' f'"' swer it, gentle Walton, hut W- one pair fancy our bottom dollar" that I will not. After ilear Anderson slept, I believe he "lovetiod Whom he hath iiotMrn. if he:!:'-'';'r- " .1 . 11. 1x111111111. .iii- mare inuie.s whom he l,,,,!, deter- knew more of sciiptures than all the rest l.,v.. not bis chall not httiTii1 fniin my eluded a tine man at Lexinuton last con-trof his "Christian" clerical brotherhood seen?" "Hut we do love you dearly llro. mination on the Mibject of religious H). rsv; and I kImII most ccitaiulv not put together. That is my private opin- - Harm's, nnil we love your gospel; and we week for SI! -- Don't forget the mass meeting at tin Having been urged by our thousands of friends in Stanford and lin.ih through It to get at my old college ion. tuibliclv evpreed. I never knew lme fnitli in (toil." Is thnl m? I.et toe ",M' " " Lincoln county to remain here, and having secured the Mammoth ,.. Miitinifiit till the Spirit of (iod had, quote vers,- - from "our beloved Hiothcr g friend. He is wi iconic '".V mate and :o ,.... dav. Lverv eiti.en interested in having "..... 1.:.. .. 1. !..... v to In opinion. I only regret that he long befoie, pointed me to the same i of Messrs. Ramsey & Karris, (that is now being fitted up tl11' Southern railroad shou 1,1 Store-roowas too ill to attend our last meeting at tiuth lie held. I never ntid his pamph- - it io .li.ii.ti.r 11: 1 1.18 of his verv nraetical As the matter now stands tor us) wc Stun'ord. Had he done ho, and heard; let till I emue to Mississippi this winter. epistle. All of which I lav on vourheart. is virtually cut tiom the this, I will not Jm careful, lot j all oiv answers to all the (Miints he Hut it helped me much, in still going 011, And in "'' Vtln'r railroad means chea. I am sure would not hae to know that the same liood Spirit hud some should be so ungenerous as to sav nut.-''- . he e..al, cheaper nites on merchan.hse and w itf.-i- i that article. A formal answer to taught that womleiful man what He had I "desire a gift." .Vol so brethren. Th't. niin, beside., communication with the I know mvself, If LOUD knoweth. it i ild convince nobody. Those who taimht me. ,,MMv l'rtini ! the globe, h,i liwinl me tiruticb, have already We art getting alonggloriously. Court- - onlv write these words that von iiiiiv wlm is in Mlv ',,,t' w. led It, as they rend; if they believe Hoiim jiacked last night. Praise the have "fruit to abound to voui account." lilt ' vi"1' mil.'nr.liiB a eourse of treat.nent once more, l'hili.V iv; es,,ccially Our rooms arc to be ready for us by Marcli 15th as .'.p Those who don't agtee with . 'ItD! My gtMsl friend, the Kpiscopal . . . Air. For the present fniin Ikr .likiitibtitiiii u mill ..... rM.m.-i-ri- . 11111111i ti i though rector, has twice turned over hi emigre, i.ih...' IT . I .l.m't .ti.tl..- It.. tiiiiti-siii- : ..i.nw.ii iiiiii ould not be iersiiad-.!- , lie and wc are determined not to have many goods to move across length, for this letter is not goiiiL' to do II. C. Kiititriuan is visiting relatives in hy stir up gntion, to the couit-housbesides mak-stne from the dead." oiv Hichmond. the street, and to that end we have still made further b'ii. W. .1. Landmin left for and waste wopls to no clleet" So iug mo-- t generous uuntiou of the servi- - the least good to any who Are too lay to Wushinutou, D. ('.. yesterday on legal to. lo those business, llie Intkiiioii .Ini'ii.wi. will have to still res from hi pulpit. The Cumberland' read the scriptures ullmle.i .lames I. Hamilton was in 'taiiuuisb ami iiine" for a Vpute to en- - l'rc.htcrim tuistor has frcoticntlv at- -' "who have ears to hear, let them hear irfiimiMiT . iimiiiy. W. A. Ilea.ley, "P Hie Spirit saith unto the chuivhes." liven it columns, ami turn In other' tended, aUo. and behaved verv heaitilv. j ' I linvi. no eoiiti.lenei. In miv moomiU that Wl,,,t l" Lexington vestcidav. ("has. 1.'. ... , . ,. , (iimhI ... . ,.. i altou, yon eiiii t i"-i- - !. lie l'r"iivlenati ihiioi 1... nern 10 1. ims Miui'if. (j in iMiiMiiv, sjit-i.iiii'i.i 111 -- ic"' me onto "llnither Iog." us twice, and he litis been very cniirte- - 1I0 not mine I'miii the Word of (on! bl friend-hior a't'iun. John Kerby and Jake Hobin-oti have just rend the above to .Marie. oils, calling on me and chatting very inert stir of a human mn-oiicge noys, were oei ...sec sentiment, will not accomi.lish of the llnest specimens ..i.sbim. who :rantteNlly demurs at the use nftfrcrh. He their folks Sunday. W. ( 1. Duulap, ot j Qlir business has been immense since we commenced our Great Clos-Co- l. any iennanent result. mauh(Hd I have lately sl.in in the Use of "Ix't your bottom dob! of phy-ie- al . . , , . John K. ,e I have not lacked candid friends, in Frankfort, - in tin eitv. m of the H.iiitist lar liistmd of that objectionable' and brainv withal. nig uui saie iiar Deyona our expecttonsj ana we intend Faulkner is in the city. W. s. Klkin, of it, who have twitted me with phi '-. therefore, plen-- e rend "take your j pastors pro, the other eon. The Metho to keep it up by Atlanta. icorgia. is visiting hi- - father. I some other colorless sub- dist nistor ditid against us and aggress- - lack of faith ill the only three appeals alh'l.iv it"--T. A. F.lkin, at Maple- -. He ha- -' ("apt. stitute. I make this concession for the ive in attack. So it goes. I mention have ever, made for funds to carry on my been quite ill, but - now able to Ik- - out First, s;ik- - jt eice In my family, still, iersini-id- h them been c it ought to be known who workrather the LoltD'S work. PLUNGING THE KNIFE STILL DEEPER INTO PRICES pivfenliiK the nervous Kngllh of are the (ohm) Samaritans, and who, like from Xew Yoik; second, from London "Priest and Levite," m by on the oth for the gospel tent; third, from Mississlife. oiiii'K m. every-daML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I am sine the ippi. I have onlv to sav that thismttleof the drv bones of a er side; not to mention who-lik- e '.'t F. L. Thompson Prts .vteriau theology which llm. l.og. other fellows - "inhlted, stripeil and left I did right in nil three case and at thej ,. Thomp-o- n dictation of the dear Holy Spirit, witli no has Sl.tHHI woitliof CIISH EVERY TIME. CREDIT REYER. in v r could divest himclf of, and which for dead." All these chninctcrs icapjH-.i- r ends in view, whatever. And I clothing. -- t b.is ivmiiIiAI bis iNirlv IniiiiiiiL tlininuli ' iiimiii the scene, alter IsWDhmIiI vear. and sini-te- r .billies Ilouk has returned from a inin-- j will, till glory dawn-- . l For which I pmy " w.Hinjr to meet nil three at the"ju.lg-istr- the whole of Ins lovely and that It mnv soon come and chase night's ,'l'l,t -- wtof Christ,1' though 1 fear all vi-- it to Danville, 1ml. pleasant epl-nl- i.! F. L. Thompson will have an imthicewillbe "swift witnesses" against ,n.. 11 evangeli-tl- e lives, that I will hew shadow-- . "t " c.ii.ortuiuties mense stock of new goods by thc-Ot- h. .. We ''" Manv are askiiiL us to stav lonwr. r, mv abhor-- ' after llrst evore-.i!.. - The W. C. T. I'. will send delegates - are ...1 as my oiu ),i. ol winning crowns me near i.uii is 11, imoi t. "tuuiKin in., if tie ed or of the Isriaiioa .loin3u. daily ottering, in vain, we ought to know, from here to the convention at Lebanon svi tor his uuiuitlpiteil vallaiu.v, in al-- . keitli seoteliiuaii saitl, ami may remain who read our bibles. A thing lejected is this week. Don't quite know ludinit toother "dry Ihiiu's" and having' ovemnotherSabb.ith. anV evidence that that thing is The old poich on Church street side tlieiflrnutery to rattle them in the fair yet. Nor which way X. or from (iod. Ami a failure to accomplish of .lack Adam-- .' store-hous- e ami the old s ntnlers as he hasdoiie. If we had j turn fiinn hcie. Heing so near Mobile, of ten-pi- n alley have been torn down and Sl'KCMIN DKN1TST, the irood old time of the Inquisition back we naturally long to preach the good a good end no proof of unfaithfulness thlings theiv, but 110 invitation hascoinc, on the '.lit of him attempting it. P.lsc removed. I WMild use my clerical intluencc to have SiAsroRD, Kesri tKV. MT. VERNON, KY. I'licle Hilly Stewart went to P.ar-vilH OITue south side Mun, t gned the following penance to the! Perhaps one will come this week. I would Paul ever have written: "All is., ts aUaie Depot St, have turned away from W. L. Martin and Mr. Friday. : He should walk with know there has been eoriespondence on they in ia W. P. Ho4l i .till m.iint.iin-hi- ; This old Mil me," (LMTim. I:l"i) a he saw the sad Kwell, superintendent of the Livingston ll J repuioion. Chars raoimbl. ban leet to Hustonvllle; bum tile oh-- 1 the subject from friends here to friends aitcntion to the trjlinc public. Doubtless those In M. me afraid j outcome of all his work for three un- Coal Co., were heie Sunday. 11 in "lis copy of tin I. . I. in front of thejtheiv. - D. X. Williams traded '.','20 acres of M. V NTAVCOMII, Vwp., s' liberally to of the 'Vxpcne." not knowing the "gos- - grateful chuivhes. Nor would a greater I hr stian church; Mi Vernon, Kj . than Paul have said. "1 have spent my Lubbock county, Texas, land to J. L. Si f "jiit-'jKI" now, which, if known, would put uoxrviz." ,iiiv U'tievolent object siiggesto.1 by llm. I have labored for Whitehead for a residence and II acres in strength in vain; I la- -t operation left any all such fears awav. And haven't; lo and, if the naught;" nor would He have wept over this place, paying $'7'i diH'eiviice. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE life 11. him, iim the fragment tviimiiiiiMg; g't friends enough to put me so at eiw -- Dr. Peyton was dovui Suudav to see Jerusalem, Caieinauin and Itethsiida, I'm in 111 b iinbly aisiogi.ing to his outraged in my money matters that I can go anyLONDON, KENTUCKY, miracles had his patient-- . All are doing well, except OBNl'RAIi KBNTUOKY subscriber, in the wonN of Jerry Crunch-irt- o how. This js what hurts me most of all; where "mo-- t of His mighty Proctor, who is sullering a givat deal CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. that after all my preaching, the thous- been done," with no adequate return. I Mis I'ross, reminding him all I wonder if, among all my friends, who w hh his head and seems to be in a prt- l, his recantation, of the coarse-ns- s ands who have been freed bv mv in - sake, carious condition. Thoroughly Kenn.ated and Kefurnihed. ltrt-cU- . discard cvMioti combine to are real friends, for the wn.i. not of iilleuse: Tare and Kcawnablc Prices. Day and nulit there are not enough "business men," j . I.t 111 ,rl tin ulilv- tun mull in ttii uot-li- l I'll. ..II ...1M. liMbllltl . II. ill jnfir I ivniur, ..". ." . ..ll ..lit "... "I'l Clinton P.. Fi-- k says "the di'ino- - Vnin are met b I'olite 1'nrier, of thu I'opiilar organize a "gospel aid society," Uen. ' this, never no more will I do it; never1 who are boldly pleaching it. I never who will it, that when any crntic party is solid for whisky.". That lluue. FAST LINE BETWEEN menus oven think of the dear I.t USD as respon- collcct funds and see to n Alter wnicii ins moie. can be found who are willing to go foitli is mi, but the party's solidity oil this sible for this. Xever a moment's hard LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. DR. W. B. PENNY, miuht take can of him, If lie Una any. and do the work; those who sit in their question means taxed whisky and free Well for you, my hearty, that you live thought of Him. Hut alas' His l.oVK coinfoitable homes will be willing to blankets. What is more, tim democratill these Cnlted Slates, where the "liber-t- v pleads in vain, as it did It) centuries nco, SCHLDlI.f. IX f.FIT.C.T NOV. 13. 1M7. mean- -, whereby the grand ic party intends to remain "solid 011 wa- compelled by furnish the siTAXFOItD.KKXTUCKY. ol press" is in full swing; nnd not in when dear Paul N'i J. , ,Vo. 4 """.VoTtC" being whisky" in this matter until the poor gospel may be preached without smieof tlioe favored countries where thoughtless or penurious saints to go handicapped by inability to go where 111:111 can see distinctly-a- nd Hu. San. vote acDaily. K. Sun DAne on l.inca.ter street, econd door from mid unclad, thoiitli hi- - whole mi t litor lifts to "keep a civil tongue in luiie-'i-y cordingly -- that he can better do without p it fain would enter in. "Once again Jocks sLntrice Otiicc hours from 81011 I.e Coiii:ton.... t 30 a m S 3 co p in life was poured out, as a libation, for b,- - bead." adminislered I.ve I .umouth Anothetics a m.andi t 5 p. m. 10 01 ii m o is p purposed to come to yoii.'but Satan bin whisky than lie can dispense with shoe- -, when necessar). li(l)' I.eC)nihiana ... n t) am 10 14 p ni 4 J3 p n. ;o m Hut. having relieved my indignation theirgiHsl. "As poor yet making many 11 40 am 10 j,o p m 5 10 p m of funds, of hatr, clothing and blankets, and can unArr fan- deivd me," said Paul, Arr I.exinsmn .'u 30 p ifl'il jp ji in 0 10 p in Iv this scuthhig rebuke to your iuipr.-('nc- e. rich." And when I think of ids writing which saints had "bushels," I veutureto derstand that the republican party would jn 50 a 1055 p m jJ0 pn) I.ve Paris let me return to my remind- - to Timothy to "bring Ids cloak that he b 0- - ., tI1 rr V'iiKbester...,i J5 p in 11 3 p reason; "comparing scripture have him drink five whisky and pav left at Trims with Carpus," it reads an hint as the Arr ltlchmond....! 1 m p in 7 so p in lice to 111 e," in Paul s letters. hen heavy taxes on everything liccesarv with script rr I.ancister ..I J 10 i in of th bs77, awful IcsHiuof the heart t our llustonville iuectinjj-li- i 6 00 p in ... 1....1.: .... - THE GERTS' FURKISHER, Arr Stanford ...s I 1. ....... 1,,.,.. .....1 . . n.'... ..1..... I V.llI11II' IlllltvllU MHII'IIIIIIV gel- - ll IIHIMIIK m .i.!.-, I'IMIIIIIII Ilim ..:. I think it wtte WIIO .ill. .. . Hrother lng. was oil' at "sttlnts" wheiv he was .ill tlllOWCIl I OIK' I.ve Uichmond ... 3 05 pin latolv, nm' - .iiuha'U to nun niu now itai. 513 4th St., Louisville. Arr Bcrea 3 so p m (.ttnuttnk I'm ilfiitiit iinfetinji, when the services liliti tikUill iiitii kkiii'li Arr I.eMiirfton ... 3 45 p m ..... . - taken up , "'''' '"' '" Xi'w'ie-ta..ieA Minnesota newspaper rcMirts one ctiitliiiuc. that he had to s,.d for an old I' lie fashions of the ita ihr tiont.' I'lirili'll, 1" u.tn, and did nut put In hii Appearance vvl,h -- " M1 'Jwt-- . I North lloith. Nn j. Vo. 1. ' .Yd,; am myu' " . town illMiinlHil garment to uuil the rigoiw of of the cleanest and quickest com husk- inxhne will .ila .: f nout in m 11 i u' a Ht'k or two, until the whole ' well aumiii. Not a pain ' l 1''" for Hie InJi.iB .pi lis Steiio l.mndr, tl.c m. appiwhiu,, winter. So I read it, in ing job- - on record. A prairie lire went a;em und a gloi-loiivv.is a- - "warm s"m ton-t,- " I.e I. Kingston... Sao irij lie is through six acres of nun in live minutes best I., null) in the n.irKl "ehe. 'm.se the 1.1 "' " ,nl IimiI lHgun to -- liake the little the lulu ..I the pitiful experience of 111N, Vtr!",J"-,0,- e 11 levaal Richmond.... now and ever. ' a ml.. ....' MM, completely burning away every husk, of "our self, and one other, at least, whom I lung" to its centre. m1 ........ Z.21 .. ..ebtaiifoM to (":,,-- : U"tS1- J... hwr ,n 10 leaving the corn 011 the stalks dean and I.e Lancaster ... 11i 00 a m do ngs" had reached him mid lie came know. And tell me pmy. wI.om wh. the rr Ktchmond.... am li t t in quite a state of alarm mid e- - responsibility that the dear Savior Ifwdj Uichmoml ..,nt. Vof rend anvthing about thisl blight and in no way injured bv the lire in I.e Winchtster .,.. a 30 p in 6 45 a in1 Arr with Jo - ,.,.,. ... ..... I)1)lu,1?" ....H ., i.nvvt.r f ,,l or smoke. 15 p to check the torrent of error not "when to lay Hi head; 735 a Arr lAn p in 8 jo a ni j jj that thieatehed te sweei awav the "old sejui oi .vriiuaiiua ami .Mconemiis ami juror in an exciting criminal case. "Xo, , ( .ijni,.,, thing.- - in the ON SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1888, I.ve l.e.xluion .. imp 7 5 a in "j 00 p i7i tlu I was then I.ve l'an scores like them, with plenty to sniv, 3 40 p 111, 30 a in g jo p in about as "far laii'hnarks." a worn ami uiej w,,rM - to Ul! whether a man in I ove sir, not a wont. l. e C)nihian.i mestead mi tlie I).inille a in 4 o p ra Vl the I". lnilii! in 4 00 j, in, I $) of Ids theology as I am now, and, but who declined to pint with it'.' Yes! papers have been full of it!" "Xo, sir, I j I.ve Falmouth ahead' ; 25 p m 51 p 111,10 oj a I.iiu iter I'ikc, i inii scil tu tin- highest bidder a wi,..tiu.r he has bien drinking. Arr Covington, .. 6 ot ji of tl 3a a in 6 ju p in tract hki mot of us preachers, he thought They did pay respect to dead Jesus, don't read the paper-- , nor anything else, the llranch. No. 9 leuve Paris at S LAND t In a m M.nsville 11, WORTH KNOWING. that everything ahead of him was "I'aiiat-iii-iii;- " Whpni they had shamefully neglected in for I caii'l read at all." The juror was ' 36 ACRES SPLENDID and No. 5, al 5 to, p 111, arriving at Maysville at 1045. a m, and 740, n ra. N. lb ignorance life, ami I have no doubt if I were to die sworn. everything behind Mr. W II, Morx'an. merchmit, Lake City, Th.. A ait of the Old llomstead Tract, all in a cood leaves Masillv at 5 55, a in, .iirivmn at 1'arn at my body would he brought VA 1JI.CII W llll BHIt V.IIU, .II16IIUVU Willi .1 IIIstate of Liiltnalion, and iluate immediately on said 815. am and follv. "Where we are that is No u leaves Mnyivfllc at law and We talk of boiioniblt! gaillblelS, bllt treini: CoiiKh nnd running into oConumitlnn iu inks, altout midway between Danville and Lancas- arrives at Paris at j 10. p in. These trains are right " So we preacher generally think, back to Kentucky's capital; ami a thmi-- called iwnnl.ir ter. Aim at same lime and place the folluMiiis daily evcept Sutid.i). Its tint tuem. He tried Huny among ganitilei-- l0u ., rtBI,dje vv d te.dil jre wore. personal!): The monument erected on that theie is no moiv honor No. 15 leaves l.exinttloii II p m, arrivsjs Pari? win ther wo say it or not. I don't pre-- P reduced in licth, hud dimculty in breathing anj among thieve; MART.. IIKSSIK V, 841,11111. No. 8 leaves Covin; ton 4 jd, p 111, aruinlli tried Dr. Kind's New sl'I.r'.Nimi'lKOTTINl. u.ii nnnhl tft ln. brethren. lovely sot overlooking the river from j than there is houusty ml to be any better than luv I ulmiuilu rives Palmouih 6 jo, p 111. .Mo. 7 leave imino iiiimeuiaie IO get soiuetlUll; Uiwovvryioroiwumuiiiinanii - isllll o ion .... .Mill II IS nil HHlli"""" tllU I. I'lllCtelV Hill . Urn rnljxt,' iHrti chIxi.'. ,.l,.f. a,..l.ftr u.iui: aU.iil a half cVreil bottles Staiidard-brc- VVelh, and i hands blith. 7 ears old, b ( isi, a ni, arrives Covington 8 00, a ni. Martha Rolhihilds, out of dam William forni'thlng, ninl men wno iniiKe innisori rluihiinireiiai.J h.. had no renmf ( DAII.V IXCKIT .SUNDAV. Well! Hrother Log. came home brist- ouestion witli me.' whether in the judjr grand i Lad) Cirejtory, i Saddle llure, i laricework Mule, . disease. No mlwr remedy ran show Win-volMilioll are mi o1""" Trains Ilr. Kini' J" , be rrcnnl(iffiiri..i. (iirtr.iineed Xew l)Uoer fo I I .imil) Horse. I Hog., aieraeitij 100 J pound., 6 Hester, I.exinqlpii3 and 4. ire daily between other lliellt it Would Hot l)U Sllld of those whoj ..f .nillgll ling Hi'' I"! when lie returned, "his and Cinunnati; other nrlinii -c.tlle. i Sleer Calves, tn dn aDoiit UH'ir iiiciiiihi trains re daily encept Sui'dvy. ".Louisville (.'unMimuii'iii I rial uutilc freu at A inst what Cow, of K, fenny' Steet, i Yearlln Heifer, oft llacun, 75 Ilarrel ol ,.ns vvcreof Id- - own household." His ili.l tl.isln .tenth, while lea vim; me to iee uaiinesiior n I)irei.t connection made at U'lncheMer with an pounds Corn in Crib, j.mo Wiinds hues. Oruu Mlir. to want in lif.', "Your lathers slevv the good wife hail been "converled" set and 1'arlor r'lirniture, and all Chesapo ike .1 Ohio for Ml. Slarliux, Ashland, l.ard, lluniinjtoti, Ch.1rlest.1n, W. Va. and flnvteinutics an 1 Hat Rarest of Combinations. the farming Impknients, ionsinn: ofHay Oihornu FAh l' LINK "Haines' dodiine.'' His darling "Dob jirophets and ye build their t and 4 run via Kike, Wattoii, Hiding RENEWS HER YOUTH. llindir, To-Hor.- e ter. Si.lkl trains with Pullman Slaapin- -; Care, be lite Danville . 1 nil uuliuiicv of flavor with truo olllenev , nd to Share of siutk briglit youujjiest, had "coiifeMi- - Xowifany luuiest ehristian can read' &. a ,' his tween Cincinnati and Richmond, 'a., and vVm, l'uriipilte Co chaster and Washinytou. ca-balance in I" and was our enthusiastic friend. over the i.v chapter of Corinthians ami,! cf .ctlou hu ian ntteino.1 in ilo I'or Uealt.oe-lhin- l I'kkms Through and j years in equal payments with iiilensst and a dentinaiion tickets and abaoptge cliecked to .my where the "shoe pinch Cahfernia limiia fruit remydy. Syrup U ' reached by railroad. Hrother Log. was determined to not understand si'l hen retained fur deferred payments. J'roali. hemt-lesvl- y For full latticulars Address any agent nf the Co. Of Figs. Its pIc.'lSHUt tastl) and banuQcilil rompl.mil and lameness fur many ear: coukt not ums uader Jio, caeh, above thnt um Ijotul with turn hi back 011 wife ami child, accord-,ti- y ip" in Paul's time; and then can and payable at the P. A. FKF.I.F.V, S. K. I!. MOKSK, fpprovfd 'XZ Firmer. .Naii-- urii,Hai k, Stanford, Ky. charge me with indelicacy, or want ctTocts linvo rendered it immensely popu- ravelin); Pass'g'r Agl., (Jnn'1 al j'r Ant., to scripture, to follow his Muster, lie Covington, rJj LevincUiH, R). m thank. 10 r.Ucirk (luier. o Any person wishinu to look over the land will trying to save my brethren lar. ItcleanseJ tlio System, cures Cotlvo- - h.uMork. of faith In wu- . . i.nm to the meeting. The atmosphere ,, iti i H. K III VTIXIi r tor nawiiK rc.iecu my winn hum . ...'....... tall .111 P. K. Hirriior II. l". Kngleman nn the liener..l M .ii..(jer, I III nCSS, CtC. J 11 1 ,1 n 1. r i.un. I'r .i'ille, w and prenue- He too was Irolli the iloom ot Mlltt. XXVHI-I- Oi I.t.' i ill ''c "v 01 it was too much for him. ' r T I I iiilem.in, De'd. Qenerttl Oiflcoa, Covington, Kentucky. I ' " "' ' s' "' ' ' leave them tu their own rrlltH'tloiis. Per- For sale bv A. 1. lVnnv, Shinfoid d .nid ' (nuviiu'd, pieyi A likt-tlia- SURPRISE FOR EVERYBODY. lii-ne- 1 11 1 11 p-in- d, I "'" 1 THE GREAT CLOSING - OUT SEE '- oi "'' '' """' "' ,"' , 1 S. L. POWERS & CO, lift-In- n;: r"'. 4-- life-lon- 11 1 "" '' 1'- '".? ..' mv-iiii- r I 1 ' 1 Have Abandoned Our Proieet of Going to Ohio J ''wr. Dan-Itea- d, 1 1 i, (- ".. wlt 1 01-ii- r "' u REDUCTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. p. n, thi-stra- or i- y ! ; j UM-fu- I.,-.- - ..... .1 "' i- THE GREAT BARGAIN S. STORE, H'l' POWERS & CO. i NEWCOMB wll-knov- in HOTEL. - le A-- Kentucky Centra! R. II catA!s sub-s-ril- j j . JACKSON HOUSE. pitu-giiitl- y, s go-pe- 1 go-p- el , 1 I hi .- 107-t- f. DENTAL SURGEON, -- South-Houn- k 1 111 111 1 11 WOOD WALLACE, 111 111 . 1 . . nt i- 111 ! , I , J 1 s iyllil.. 'U' PXJBLXC SICE. - 1 111 j ,,, ,.,. 111 ,. ,V: . . 1 111 111 I 1 BLUE-CRAS- -- ' s uiul-doll- - c- ' ..... 1 , ! 00 I'l-.- 1 Hed-rooi- l VV'lHi-h- 111 r 1 1 ?X?;AZ 1 v- tiT, 1 1 !'' 1 1 , iJmmi 1. nin inTri' 'tmi . , '.'.! ii nimlr ttogjij .i mi iii . mvwii imii i Z2G5&&mm2gl rjmwmtt'iwmmto-''-' ? 11 T 4 I m i - II t v a I It HI ip- - ii. Judge John''. I.iaiit Coininandcr-ln-Chie- f LEGISLATIVE ACTS. Tiik InteriorJournal must berepublican forparty of Kentucky of the li. X. It., saya ho has hnd a hard up inatciial when it Mr. Wallace's hill to secure purity of has to put uii Col. William 0. Bnulley lections in Louisville has passed both conversation vviihthe President on the question of pensions and that the views cvcrymiug in sim. i mi illinium tanfohi, Kv , Fkiikuakv 21. 18-- 8 nionilK'ni of that paity. who are uiirm-"'llloilsis ,,, .,.,;;, ,,,, ciovcrnorto of the latter united him exaetly. Tascott, wlioM'ned a term in the u mg in lu legislating nl l(iMiiit ii special judge to hold court Kentucky penitentiary, is the man who and mileage, and who imagine they mc W,11U fnm . V. 1. WALTON. f M.rvns JJV ,..mH. Millionaire murdered the head of the g. o. p.. he Id a meeting, n. llInr j,,,,. ;,mm)t ,,e VKXXW pastil in Chicago,and rohhed accomplice, Snell who says his toe ouicr (iliv Him ciinorscu i in- iiiiiwih thi' Senate. 'That. old woman, Munday," whoni bleO'Bnidley for frBryvyyMiMMiiMCCfT'Q stM, K'linil '' tin door jHfeJ. ot flu Idle he did the .. . i ' i Then1 a hill before the Senate to .senator ieavy was so anxious io iil- (Tnjt0, stuti. These would-bSOIOIlsl . c hung that he spoke to a jumr on t''-- ,mi,t be ignorant of the extent of this make the compensation o f HSMH.M1IK iri,,k nnim .iiiti (rii iiirMi .t'liiiim ...... i'u . IVIHH KT -l IMSHWI.M Milsubject, was acquitted at Lexington m.HM..S eO.lt.Ml.l.t .' uhl.'ll l.llllUt.ll in O'Br.idley j,rottini; M1 Friday, after the jury had wrestled with ,...,. .,..,.,. .,.,. 'u. ''' l ' ; objects and m. ..... ,,osmI,I v I10'"" ":?mAuditor Hewitt '" m","r"' making an nbjcclionable remark to i. i rm a. ... m wliieli .,. i ne inai lasicu leu ,,,. me ease .Mund.iy juror, but he will likely remit noiir. theretor. ' it as most day.. mil was the third time that the I., ,,..,, jtidiret do when there i ii" i ......i.i ,,.,. tl.i. ,in,nn ... ni0K wim i'cellent ivaxons IS ayex to in... till litirfit .l.iii.i The Senate bv a oteof hmj1-.uIhtii tried. The charge lnilke him eo. r a pvat.-- area would he 1(1 ,,,,, majoritv, navs, not with Dr. Dais, mTJ(IlttIlj,ht that she ideiice, ,.!, v toanimals. Me seem-- . defeated the . a... constitutional. nionev to approiinate ....D.iiiicIn builihiij;, at Vn DanieN, Low-- , to poison her K. I., .' '. the stole of lliui.u.r to ,mvi. ,lt.IM.milt frpui-siiinbtiildinns at,,, oruell V ,, o., and of .1. A. and It. A. ry .Alunday, to ohtiun 850,000 iiiMinmw tu li1.u,llH11,l,.ria ,.f vmvw honorsand to uiipnie the capitol lrankfoit nfer . killing .senator Alfords,1 Kcid, piintei-x- , was burned. .uss m':!.) did put the old mi his life and that they i h,w M( f)U u.((Vt.(! j,,,,.,,,,. tlt. nt. substitute pmviiliiu! for the lentoval ofi..,, man out of the way. Davis h.n been in u,Illiw )f ()1), U11 In plate of the three books of . ,M(S ,(.(.M , AVill keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture to I.esiiiL'ton, conditioned S. the yeais wrvliiK ,,.,,, ,hll ialUl. the penitentiary t'os wi'iv aNo destroyed. upon the contiibutioii of that city of tin -old woman out a life sentence and the ' d Undertaker's Goods. My pricea will bo as low as such goods Mt '0 years, 'VI'"" NVil in bill siiLiicsti'.! m Traiisyliania j:roum is omrht nrobablv to be there too, but she . ' Mil llllli'll ill. tiiiii inni ;. had "Old Phil" Thompson and other the last meeting of the Kentucky l'ies citv bonds. A motion touvoiisider was (cut .... ilauchtcr-iiidawith a coin can be DOUfrht m the r.itini. O v mo n. trm nni von will bo con- case Association, has been presented to the Hindi the order for next Thursday. lawyers who know how to wear a knife, lln'd the house, which WilS de- - vinrofl flint-- T aoll Inwnf V.nti V.n lniuaet pi... .!ii'.. . . i.ii. :.:.... irill ..... I Hopper, ........ III-, N IH'N lllllllll'IIMMI i.:ti Ml .lllfl Mioye.1, and two of his Kmiiileliildn n by .Messrs. .1. out and then present it in the most ...,,....,.. ' ii.tvon ii ' iivm' in in .'ii. plausible aspect, so she will not die in 'wy Woodsun ami otlieis comosin . weiv burned to death, lie then hunted ' lirison walls, at least for this olleiise. the committee appointed to see to it. of liurninl, and is to ellect I'.ryantsville. niuiseir .in the liavmou. ain uismier, The murder was committed in IS! and There is exery reason that the bill should ll "mKl's ll Mu,t wllut u.1Tible coiw.pi.-iue,,.. the case N said to have cost tbecominoii- - become a law and none that suwwsts, 'n'liiiif.ictuivr, nieivhant, diuw;ist or any ljn lW( n ,U.IW of sl fRli ,.r in.rs.im- -, ith or without ,. Thnlim, Wattl.iim foiiii.l wealth over S50.001) from tiit to last, itself why it should not. As it is pu- ltlnk-- 1 .lii iption, to .sell, ;ie, loan, liirmsh Mrn. Munday is far gone in ears now :M.ited by the newspapers, however, and " l.,l.rmM h ttJtll ,iM w!fl IU.(,.. ' K""1 than a j and in the few remainiii to her she will ., We have the King of Cane Sod Plows, s , tK. interest of sme that as lit- - or ,':,rtl'r '" '".v l'."'..ty. s, No. 5 Champion t, . . . . e litiot.I if '"... ill. i.im i. I.iul-i- ' l.ii.l ........,, sj . ui(,.uni,,.,,..,. ( viiiL'toesciuK' ' ,,.. , .u ..Idldren Miller enoiij'n toriures o. conscience, " tie pulilicitv to sues onleiv.1 hv the kilIl.(j with horn cutter and draft rod. We have the Silver Steel that can- '"' Ionu-- li he is nuilty and has any, to make liv courts be niu-- as possible, the lepsta-- , "'.. 'nliiil. lf. Tu. jIjIriN, mv,m), ". hell, andl it was fortius ture will pmbabiy be silly eiioui. to) iKtror. n n.iMiire ineieo., on mi sm inj a constant nlllkt,lliv iU1(. fl11 mrllliv uun,lH. not be excelled either for blue-grassod or stubble. We also have !. 1...1 .. j . reason probably that tl .. .cjiiii ..ecu,.,, tnniKtnat. .sasens.si..,ei..e.u torn,. ' I'l1 It llln hit t.llJ ll liii IT lift lilt litl'fc. i.. -- ' The terrible ll.it lield p...K of d.per- .... . n ..... alllllll' -wmiin lion '" " I""" i utM uu i in it'iiii tint iiiuvi I nii''i tin n her loose. " F' ad.K's, now that thex an- safelv housed Kuuiuuiu tu give in mill uu hiti.ii t.iiii.j ii tnui . ,. ru i.iii'iu iiinmiiir hi inn, ui inn miium to Wo u better satisfaction than anv of the all chilled nlows. It will uav jin , turn I hmIIo ,. 7T mi , pearhes or anv kiml ot imiiuiitiiici , . .. . Tiik Inttiiidii .loi n i. is not ien to in: iinuNwitioii to nuiki tin rountk .. inr nir in luiuini. vnri' j ir u i rr.it .' , the irood tiling that are from ,IV for half of the suimort of their idiots linuor. or anv inixtiiiv of the aboe . . ., , .. liublishin .' VOU to see these nlows beforn huvinrr. Wn hnv n. rrond qtnr.k nf ;..... ... UIHl I., In- its helmed tf.u .l.,i'..,ii...l :.. ,1... it....... C.......I ... ... i t . . .. .t It M..l,illll'lll. i: 1IIIM.SIII1IIIIIM,11'. .Ill If in ti.m. uoi.l l..it it . MIIDIiru III UKplow harness at low priCOS. We have JUSt received a of -- Itrer. Needham, who pit some ""I"" JnVin,! brethren of the press, althouyh it appiv- - teralonj; and bitter simple by' the "' most sincerely, because it mountain members, suppo.ted by the riety by introducing a kind of prohibi- .?. dates them ;'"'' ..."'J. .r"!!"'. .. iiioiiiiiaiueer. Old Hickorv WajTOIlS af all sizes and Stvles. and will have in a short . readers ...... not :..i.........i republicans, who were lUMinst the lull to' toiy marriaui .... evidently docs not ' p., fears ",', ..... ,, ...... v.MmII in Jhatsortof ifiatter, but it cannot, re-- , a man for reasons that will surest them- - want poor moitals to have anv tun 'me a large stock of Buggies, Carriages, Carts and Buck Boards ., IT HI llOll, frill MltllMIII h. him the temptation to p.eserve ... lasting wl,w , ,K. ,,, , ttH M, )oil(t,l down will, whatever. H.s latest ellbrt .s a b.ll pro- , . mj,r.v ,f embracing some new styles that we want everybody to sec. Klllll.kv ,l.,atnn form some of tin expressions of com-- , anienduieiits that Mr. Settle, its orij.Mia- - vnlinj; that any person who shall s,.t ui',1)h wr,jj. . t milll.,s f(. nHJ, , .... . . , . .. .. mi .. :.. .. i.:..i. i. is ii)r voted ..gainst it for himself or beivelf or another and iiumeiiL aim piou in nun miii nine neieuiii1 ....i.,, Ut. u.riy ,K.nt.u. . U(lll( Uv iiiii1liii;-liiu- i new lieins deluj.'ed. Tliey will be found on the last call and ked his followers, keep any bawdy-hous'late sin and wickedness out of this MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. on our 4th jMjje and we have plenty to do likewise. The mid on tin treasury or pool room, or who shall aid or abet in earthly dwelling plate and leave nothing con- more on hand from several subsequent will theiefore continue. sodoini:. shall, on indictment and for Brother MimhIv to do but issues. Head them them ami see what iction, be lined not less than SKKl or at Hies on the wall and ciissovcrthe Tiiinos have changed indeed wlienthe more than SolXl or imprisonment in the the editor say of oitr faorite paer. Louisville Thin . dullness of business. reiiublu-juielect by the skin of their i..... nui"iini-lilll iiiiiii i'lllli1 t..:i .l .....t..i...,.Lv nr. i -. ,i The I'nited States Court at Cincin(iov. HcfKVKiis vetiH's are bejiinninj: if "i i.ui thev i uu hi all .i t'on-.. .. .. .,... .,,,., a lx months, new nati ovcriulcd the motion for as it were to cure the legislators of suck KrcNsinean to succeed Mollatt in the lltb L i i i... i. ... iu. .1....1.. trial iu the case of Benjamin I". iiij: Ofjjis, or words to that ellect " '' .Michipiu district. Molliitt was elected ..i ...... ':. . .....i ,..ii convictetl of cttuiplij'ity iu wreckthe old eiitle.nan refuse now to attach ,y 7, ", majority in Novenili,-.-- , Insii, ,,v wlllIM.nu.,lt hl f(.,in unil.1:lhIl. ing the Fidclit He is tlangei- Bank. b.sautoj.'mphtoab.lMheydonot rush and "my dear llubbell" i.s,d to think .,, t. IK.i;,t,.Iltirv fn,m ;im. to ,ho oiislv ill and siiid of himself SatunUy: oil' and trv to pass it ever his objections, nothing of 10,000 majoritv aint" over. It' "When I leave this jail it will be with a They simply erase the obj'cction.ible ih said that the President's taritl' declara COMPRESSED NEWS. will wooden overcoat about me, and it oes. With (trover (ions has produced the chani;e of senti features and then ii has no out to Spring tirovc another victim of The liipior license in Cleveland lookiii; after the federal af-- incut. The following list of ;ooils, .suitable for this time of yunr, ami buy been increased to 54,000. K. L. Hai'ier," uhoMdupe he was. fairs with his eaj?l-- ' und honest eye ami The Louisville .Medical College turn-- I Tiik.striking coal miners of the Ue.nl-in- g ...1 ..... our own Simon Bollivar Buckncr ..... ... BEUCIOUS. i.i"! t,v. them of me and get the best: ('onian have returned to woik af- 1..1 .Jill i i.i.i.i.iivn i..t. ......1rv. to tin public welfare in Kentucky, the The ri'sideniv of 11. C. Ashurst, .of ter months of idleness and Kev. (itsIlK'y's n'vival at (iivensberg well, country is vetting along s great suH'ering to their families, on Somerset, burned Satunlay night; closed witli ""(conversions. thank you. i CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. terms praeticallv dictated hv the com- - .',000. - The colored brethren of Ixuisvilli, W. W. Corcoran, the great Wabing- Augusta, .Maine, the pany, and which could have been A i)isi'rcu , have invited Msrs. MimmIv ami Sankey Cal. Evap. Peaches, California Peaches, Knight's home, sjivs that .Mrs. ranged without a strike. How long will tou philanthropist, is tliouuht to be to romc to that citv and preach to tbein " " " lJlaino and their son Huimons prevailed it take laboring men to learn to eei-01- 1 tally ill. Pears, Apricots, this fall. Local option r.iriicd in (.n'en county from the presi-- 1 eise a little coinmon sense? 31r. I'.Iaine to " a ltlitions and Then' have been Apricots, Dried Peaches, .Mo., by I.OO" majority. In lt.irtoiicoun- dential contest and adds that .Mrs. UII conversions in the Shinkle Chael Raspberries, Turkish Prunes, I'lt,- Mt NN':-'' endeavoring Iii.mi1i tv it won hv 1.00. IJIaine has never recovered from the ter-- 1 meetings. They arc still rcviv- - And it is now said that lien. Sheri- -' revival Cooking Figs, Grated Pineapple, i to xyiuiuithy and st. VW? rible sorrow into w hich she was plunged l "'nuionweaiui. Ll be a eiindldate ' l,1rtoo Mince Meat, Sliced Pineapple, during the hist campaign by the scandal-- 1 im' p.inlon for hir, iclative John .1. Cor-- dan (In. has declined to A nuinbei-ostudents at the Bible lir...lili.lli'lfur Apple Butter, Early June Peas, ousstoiies which weiv told, and that uelisou. loamauwlio can aij.ieciate College, Lexington, have suspend." At vbi. niMil.. it si.ccial reonest of her bus- - tile eiioin.ity of his olleiise, It seems ....... Cisco, le.xas, lobbeis appeared ...1 ..... .1... ..i.... ..i.i.. Lima Beans, Preserves, ...... the olliceis with ' . "" """ '"""""'; .1.. ... ......... ... . . .. 1. ...1. .......... band not to accent another nomination, that ( otnelisou and his tiiemN sin tt Iii ' ' in n.iiiK, cioeien see .viurgiirel .viainer juiiy ".iiiuei. Pie Peaches, Mackerel in Buckets, ' ,,e ,,,,,u' ,l11"' 'tislied with the lightness revolvers and took O.OiK) in cash as shefeansl she could not pa-- s throimh Uev. Hcv. II. C. Moirison is holding Cod Fish, Corn, uu and Craig (imgg, brother, were '"' ,'i,, IHinisihuifiit. another ordeal. revival at the Chestnut stn'et .Metho- Tomatoes, White Fish, arrested at Somerset for eountcifeiting 'ai: . .. .....!..! , .1... ..tM'tn oil-M viionk, the little Viminia bos- -, ' ...i.i ....I I!.... i. .11. ...i. ...... iritviiVM til. ... Mis. I'OIIII 11, l.tlls who has been C01.. .1. W. Hominy, Oysters, ..nil pi nt.i Ii.'i.i".r tl .tin. lit .. n . . . ...... .11. sjeak of his ellorts in the highest (iins. . as eng.iu'ed in the laudable n appointed judge of the newly created Dried Beans, Salmon, '.Vine of the Hatliel.l gangaie conlin- - " The Uyal Legion had a number of "' knitlin: Blaine iu liis State, when l'leas Couit in Chiistiau coun- - "" Bulk Pickles, Sardines, additions Sunday anil the eflbit of the it, tl... N.iilsvill.. I.iil. V:il..i.iin.. ty, is one of the best lawyers of his sec- - the letter of declination was received, ...l lis in the ootl women to stmt the Chipped Beef, Bottle Pickles, accuses Jim of bad faith towards Held claims to have live living wives and as. well as a most court eons and hos-tio'n, light direction seems to rewarded ..'! children. Catsup, Corned Beef, pitable geiitleiuan. We were his Kuest the Old Dominion republicans and was the father of A. S. Hall, a book agent at Lexing- with rich success. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. Deviled Ham. for several days during the meeting of' working for the State's iiistru.tion for The Baptists at their church meeting ton, was found guilty of obtaining iiioney the Press Association at Hopkinsvilh n!J""11 l"'"":'"Satunlay decided to call Uev. P. (i. by fraud, and sentenced to one year in .My Stock of-number of years ago and remember very (.1.111H.K W. Ciui.hs having emphatics for another year Io serve thn-the 'K'liitcntiary. vividly the handsome manner iu which ally declined a month. The church seem to be the republican nomination An underground lake has been he and his c.ecllcnt family eiitcitained for Piesiilent, well satisllcd with him. our own Col. ('ruddock STfiPLE GROCERIES RLWdYS FULL ffND COMPLETE at Morgautowu, hid., which aplis. amhios. up to the fiont ami declines the peal's to be almost bottomless, and con- The Week of Prayer closed Sunday night with a service at the Baptist Ir iivviM. been claimed that i.cn. nomination on the democratic ticket. tains nianv living cuiiosities. Sheridan's "niaiiuiiy anil daddy weiv Thus aie'to gieat and good iiieinlispiiM'd Congressman Thomas, the lepubli- - liurclu It proved of great good to all Iiish and le is Irish too," he comes to of "And nobody's asked them, sir," she can representing the llth distiict,s.iys he who attended it in the right spirit ami IKiC.'Kf'GlllDHJIi) the hout with the denial that he was said. i.u .u.sii!i..li- ilt.lt.rniiiictl t.i letiic i'r..ni ' the vaiioiis ileiiouillliltioli" were liroliglltis a native ,lk,r ivlatioii" and givaler bmtlierborn in Ireland, and say he public life after his term is out. Paper Boxos, In As iik is so busy seeing that the ly l'vt by it. American citizen and consequently eliAugust Het.ke, of Chicago, charged does not inflict obnoxious laws l.Vv. S. C. Humphreys, fonueily of gible to the presidency. He is laboring .Max1 with whipping his little, step-soIN IT. umler the iiunressioii that he lias a ntue upon us, (iov. Biickner has not had time (Jilinan, to death, has been found guilty tin plm-e- , and Uev. Mr. Woodcock, of IS ' g case pio'tcily of themselves all boom in the direction of tin White1 ' '"'c into the Palter-o- n aie miinler and the penalty lixetl at and has theiefoie eMeniled bis respite over the Liuciister News in their ellbits House and does not want it nipped Heath. (Ml ilays further. tin bud hv- a constitutional bariier. The coiilidential clerk of I'auphiu.v. to decide whether Ood ortlieilevil or s Qr Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.-te- J Co., New Orleans, blew all his own nio.i- - ''icspmisihle for this world's wickedness. Vi, Col. IcCaity, we guarantee that ey and ic'O.OOO of the film's into the Lou C.p to date the Wookcock has not made Tin: prohibitionists have engaged Kx- inttati Southern time table to keep Judge IMcArthur to argue the question isiana .otter v ami tied to pans un Ids ciistomaiy observation, nor is anyShall we send it to you'.' -- '"" time. of the unconstitutionality of the liquor thing Hying except the fur. lilasgou known. MARK HARDIN, Clerk. license system before the StipieuieCouit -- John Uobiiisim's givat elephant, Times. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. of the I'nited States. The object is s..Jd Hcv. M. P. Moigau writes: Sister Chief, escaped from his keeper Sunday ijuaitcilv meeting begun at the U'al and gave the nconle of Cincinnati a free Mollie 11. Maiiiuon and to be to make the selling of whisky hee, ' have just . . . so that everyiKiiiy win Deconie uisgiisted nut Mivet .M. church, South, Satin-- i circus peiforiniince which they failed to closed auio-- t woinleiliil iwivaiai i.yucii- anil prohibition result as a niatterol jiuh- - nay, Kev. itch, the presiding elder, iu appreciate. lung, :ii mlileil to the cliuich ami aiiout lie protection. The year of jubilee seems charge. Muter At the fiineml of Albeit Bilt, in ."() conversions and icncwiiK The Boston Stars, headed by the New pint, the handles of thecollin caiue .Mollie is the icvivalist of this country, to bu thawing near. ..hiciic.in virtuoso, Walter' Km-- oil" while can ying the corpse down the We aie going to build a chinch house , 1111.1. has been ... need the leg- - ,m.1.M)1,i . , , aisle of the church and great commotion for the M. K. Church Ninth. To Hod ,, MJtitiitv to piolubit physicians horn using jls, be all thu praise. Mr. Morgan also s.ijs! wascieatcd. tv ,ft h. "M, ,.., ,',,1.,,,,,.,. any language but plain Knglish in their if Senator Blair, who seem, dctiMiiiin- - that the report of the Highland meeting f it will amend by l.ifN'riptions. ,)(.;1 etl to get rid of .Mr. W. S. XirlmN ,rf tlie surplus in one way did not state fuels. "It was held in the, quiring that each physician shall atlen.l l. coiintv, are in town. Mr another, has introduced a hill to aii-- , inte.est ol the M. ). Chinch South, ami or writing school ut least thre. iiiths in , an emended' llW,mi m's ret,,ine. f pi opt iateS 100,000 to the Colo, c.l Win Id's was conducted by myself, assisted by a year, we will "second the motion" ton .,., .,, ('nijforj.i.!. sister .M. If. Maiiiuon. It was truly a Fair at Atlanta. its ( .!m lf, 1,.,,,,.,, ((f p.u . .U.,.MI Harry Baldwin, a callow youth of wonderful meeting and sister Mollie is in" " lit"" mw who urn. lied Mrs. Charlotte Ciiniluld, a wondertul levivalist." ili Dr. limit .!. (i. Pi .....am has retired f.om the will be called foriiial to-- " a rich old woman of Birmingham, Conn., Mercer Saying, and Doings and Miv T -- John lioiuiau, of Bowling (irceu, " "".' imh i'.- icacneil. IK was agcil id, lulling to get her money, has Al titliol l.i.sMiiii....l i.ntii has sued the L. il V. ra.hoad for ?::o,(XX)1 b. ought lieu Saturday. sought a divoice. r Mr. Piilliain fsiigoiid all mound ilaiu.igcs, for running over and killing The Boyle circuit couit begun t , Austin Coibiu, President of the .nan and cannot exist outside o' morning C'Oth), both Judge Moi.ow and Itc.iding Coal Company, has donated bis son dining a collision. olllce, but he does not state vvhcie In Commonwealth's Attoinev lltiil,... ,... s'.1),(NH) for the iclief of the families 0 will go, The wind "reverend" is found iu the ing present. Among' the visilii.g a.loi. the uiiiicis reieutly on a strike and who Bible only once, and then it is applied Tiii:lnilietment against Kugane Zim- - nevs were Col. W. J. Landnini, of have lesiimeil work. to the Almighty, as "Holy and icveiend for coiniilicity in vvrtfeking the caster; Capt. P. 11. Thompson, Judge" C. Mayor Francis and 00 citiens of St. is His name," Psalms ci, 0. i nollied, He was Fidelity bank has Haidiu ami Mr. W. B. Allen, nMhir-- a Louis have gone to Washington to pie- A tenillc earthquake lias occurred distiict attorney after; lo.lshurg. At the hour for closing this vail on the National Coininittee, wl"i''l difector, i the paovime of Yunnaii, China. Tw an investigiition found that he was not a letter neither the grand nor petit juries meets 011 the 'JIM, to hold the d lives are repotted to have bee had been made up. party to the huge swindle. lost. tial convention in their citv. Semi-Weekly -- HEW FURNITURE STORE ! MACJK 1 ir ,,..,,.,,, HUFFMAN, jPHIDF. -- i ,,. - I i Vice-Preside- - i e I . i,,,, i.tiy. r ll- - 1H-- . . . I . a I i ,, .,. ,.. ,,:,... I I ' I eoie-pire-d I Hin-iti-la- Iiii-Imi- 4 , r i j,, ( ... I , I i I n- ' j ' Ij-islatiu- v - . ..n-..- - J , .... iiiiu-i-suii tl-- - i '' kii- " s j ' -' i. ..... 1 ... ! .... . -- .. . .. - I " ". j. ,, PLOWS I ... ,,,, .i"u PLOWS ! to-wit: I t ,,, - -, ,, ' 1 ' . . . .,,'.' i ..".'.;;. I 111 ,:"''' 3 II- o i t - '" - ...,..-........,. - ' - - "Ml-- - IIIIU-H- - ' I I ' .. Car-loa- d ..... 1 ; i 4 uu ;;..... s .."..' x- 1 -- e, GEO. T. WEAREBT, aXARTG'R. - 'il" 1 11 ..n-...,.- "-- I ,.. ... 1 Iij-kin- s, , ,,,.. ; READ! I Io-to- j I siH.-in- -. self-enforc- pn-tt- lo-- fa-- w e -- IO-- .' - - ; '' en-at- - - -- 11 .' '''" f I 1 1 ""....." 111111 I 1111- - -- .1 11 undeitak-Coinino- 7 1 j ii. 1 - m -- Sun-day- u j 1 j - I DHWlli'ili) teWAB.U.Hj legis-latu- ie THE BEST THE WORLD. JUST TRY spn-adin- - ' '" I T. !&. WALTOIST, ...... ............ I -- I ... 11 ill't .0 ca-t- A m f .,-- ( hl WELL MPER, j &&(zwri ss I j 1 , e. 1 FURNITURE, -- "''" -'.. fi,..-,l-..l- l '". ')" - 'J-- -- news-l.ipe- G0FFIN5, BASKETS, ROBES. Iii--- 1111 Ltu-nierili- Ir-ci- . but-th- e pii'sidi'ii-l'thousan- COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. B. K. BrEAREJSro I jW?V. m Ff Hii3 m iV J m 4iummwimnm)m'tmtm fmak99u mMJimtJL?n -- JlI tiijtoKMHia4t,lttm ULnll Qnui.lAfrm IiLLILI llllLluUAuUUnnHLijuM -. v lirrrmnn lniimini , Nk,v of received. M'r.Shanks. II. 1Jr0H- HI'ri "1,,H, ! H. , ! t Sunday niKlit brouuKl us . the Ihiimler Mnrm of.the, season. Hint XKW AKVKUTIKKMKXTSi Ho o ATTENTION, FARMERS ! .Mr. J. K. Ki.oiik.ntk asks iih to say j.'oph jj,mkj two Ihiiiji I'huniluliurrt for NtaNKOM) Ky., Pkiihiiahv 21, IH8H Mv at a barp.in. S. I.. Power & Co. .. that tlu-- have no reason to think that . will pa) the taglie! cah price fur rch tlieir hoy h death vvu caused by Ihiii kkk t he tldiverr J t thr i:miKr.int llou.e, A Small store room on i l'oa J.kxt.hit on the bead by a rock tliiown by Mr. Crah orchard, Kj. M. MMNCSION K.C.WAl.ToN.liiis.MMiuiKor l.incnstcr street. Iirt loor from Main. Pete Hampton's son and nrcsatisllcd that J"11 W. I Walton. . A i such is.not tin1 cice. n uirv.tN. net r urn) MSP, V IT Is Receiving His New Pried Fruits .New L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. STANFORD .i:w Cmmi, 'I'm.' limn nf lt Vitiiiiii. III., was joiiim I recrvc, .New .Millet' .Meat, iC, at A. nea.lv entiielyd,wtr.,v.H by n cyclone Df fTNnjf ITTT.T miTPfTMV Mill train boIiik North RI V..rt-.mA I II Pl ! Smith M.iili.l tin ' Snndav t'veiiliiu'. )ver.V)l hones wcrci ' ..It 4l " ' I'iw tr.iln " S mill .1 ill .1111 ' North .. ... t MiiniiiViiirrrt "f . It i ""- III " Tin: eilitorol tins miner H to. '""'-"'"- . I....I iu- r-"- " I.cal Irelulil N.nth Give him a Trial. South ,... ..II ..th...- - ,iiu,ra ,uiliiv In-- , have been killed and hundreds of otheis Flooring, Wontiiorbonrdlng, ceiling, Goocb Warranted and a Perfect fit Guarantsad, fts"'m n .. .. ... . I 1 ha laHrr lr.lli .il.t, i.ltr llllll .enter . . Qliah t ......... ................ Mnil .1 1 Aicuonciis, 01 IMnlnhlni. nmhnK ........ ....,, ......, nun. "" wouiuic.l. .loini ' aiiomieiiitf that Iih wile lias lelt Jkiinf tc-- l. ulate.l " t..ird time. luce. 3118II. uours twm uunua niwuyo lime il nlwut w minute la.u ". Wuprin. the news no matter who it cf- - tins place, is in innings there, nut in in Htoclc. in either the llt name iliM-- not feet. Xo i TU.j . K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. of the killed or woilinled. XLvJJQ ft") I fr-s-L reeeived an eltT.int line of! t REPORT OP THE CONDITION Jut land " 7 o in and return R I ruin OEATH. Miitinys and pants )atterns of every iin pm. iiK'uiiibli' kind of j;oods. The haiid.-on- ri ( tivillL'ton. one ol ll"-Aniu.- nnc. .Mr. Ktli-lli- l a T T mT-t irtr t MEANS BUSINESS. . AiuuriKi, roiiiurtAJj uiinx., . ... . . . . have ever handled Call and t'nt line iiium iriiiniiieiii iiiiM-nweaniiieM aim W vr ins ami jewelry icpaiic.l and; examine. II. C. Itiiplcy. AT STANFORD, of Warren eoiinty, h dead. Hi. was ail DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, A. IS. reiuiy. vtoi ranted. In llit Mute of Kentucky, at vlotq of !u.inc., i Logan's wife. ( . I'. . ..1 .. 1..... .1 u 1. it. mi ii. i'itm. v I111 t'liiilim to lie hull illicit' of llniinutt i. Kcliruary 14, 1S68. AfteiK-vera- l weeks of illnchs from FANCY ARTICLES, &C. nu'tlleint-- and toilet at tales is at A. It. this ,mnty, is in j.til at Someiet for! "l1 KKSOfKCIS: 'VT, lime .iwu r.., mmi .i ..... IVimy'H. on.-er."clifiviiiu the When ariested rhki.in ;ir rijition a ur.'tely omp'mii'k-il- . and .Mix. .1. K. Klmviiiv, .lied at b.ioks, ink, tabletN h(. Wh foull , '' lK(jlN, wit, a Huv.viiiirm-I."i$334.68713; ,i1k, Snliinlny. w,er. peniiU ami nI.ooI Mipplies of all M f(ikI(i ((nil itiip lm(, . el ti years and .lays. (,verdr.ft 3.474 w . jo,cxi u t;. s lim) tccure circulation ' lie was a brij;ht little fellow, jiolite and .mils innn A l ,um I lMiarantcc all watches and esery ar .. .11 I... .. ,,u.. .. C... ...',.,. ..Ill, Other tack. bonil anil MMiriKitRe 'n. inn' l.'i.w . 1..II-- . .1 ili.il l.ii , , , " m ." TUC IflDPCOT f- lCTfiPl tilATfiUCO Ji.v- - it: I..U tM" of jewelr I mII to Ik' jut a repie 11 lniziird with a bell on the otlu'r day. III! WHO KIII'W l"ic UlUUI Ul LnilUbJI TtrtllIlkU. A .eHllllll Hll.ll.m.n .., iiu f)i.i;ii i.n.iib .11.111. llllll. V,,!,,.,! .,l, giiiite.1. A. It.' I'ennx. ..................... '' 3' of bellinv' bn4irds must at the IMptlst elltirell, III' WHS tllOliylll II Ke.iletate, furniture .nil lixliirei The ULUUKS, JtWtLKI & SILVhliWAHt. m 7,100 o8 71 I'Acr be a k'i'e:it mid yrowinu one, or the few Uleat ileal of bv teachers aildillills, who Current expeinei.tnd tnxei paid. lirought tn thi market Price loner llian SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. ,r"il W Hiiiitud at a lively evinced their love llllll interest by belled Im-tl- e thelone.t. Watches Clock and Jewelry lie. that m' ItllU of tither lianl .,. I,0.oq! inlred nn .lir.rlnnlli-i'am- l warranted. in a Ifody VtMtma UlU the 1,1'lv.lVf.l ho.Heh.,1.1 f'V"i'tl rate. .Mil. Ki.xlt: II. II uier llfrewf nlcleU Mtinlav ami looking lor the last tune on 5 ctn iImJ'h.ii SolnefM't Tin: Stanford I'lanini,' MilN me rtir.li- ' , j m... . w.. " ' wiimi i- M- tnu riyht aloi.K int.i biis;ne.vs an.l public the cold face of their little coinp.inioii. specie Under . ... .rt iio.... .fii.r n .hurt vi.rvi.-.- . ill tlif ' besal ' On tills tlivNioil now. (....,. o,,!..,, r.. i.l,.ntifnl from U. S. I'rca.iutr, othc.i thaH 5 vctcr, , 11 - j ""cpercent re.U.pii. fmid ny m-i- . .i.iim 1, 1... ..11 Mi. day 'npt. A. C. Sine bad to ;o to the 1,15a iX Mn. W. I'. Wti.ioN is MiliilavM-liiKi- l elasi Imiiv tlie r.ixKei to I .. ..!.. ... ..... !.. II I William t'nilj? in Carlisle. -...$445.5 3 . HI IIIV III II MllI.. " lutl IIVII llllllllll.llll' " thro ' the beaie and acted as Mil. AMI Mil". .I'lH S. (illl.MIl" an' viMl- the last sad rites. It is a terrible alllic Capital atucL I.IAIIII.ll'IKs ,...$KUvO0Q iiisat I Ion. . A. ljiekeyV. M In., A 1. mko:, well t'Mtthli'dicil an.! prucr- - lion to be bereft of a lowible child Upon N't)ill to bis fHHlI 6ofnou ou Mil. I. .1. CtMI'IIKU. is - Undivided profit. 44S 3S oil clntllillL', biMit. Kline, hat and L'eiits, whom the alhVtioiis aie mo Mioiiuly eeninterest at ltM-- Cit-t-h' Strlnjs. -lUrtW nmc .ur,,ll.iB..... .nm.u M 1) llniiiiis. of tins New, furiiMiliiK biisine-- s ft.r Kile in the wi.l- t- teied, and the o lily comfort in nfli an N.tloa.1 , city of Ml. S.e,li Kv. .r U the belief that Uedoethall things in town Sunday. awake l,.-y. -... 8,746 91 Norn Dlstm, of with laive, new liiifliiess Iioiim' for rent. ; well and that the yinp.itliy of eery Due Instate Hank and li.iukcrv.., MvsSi.i.ii:Iai ami is felt for the bereaM-.l- . (.intinl. wen' Ituv.'Hi. Ki.rWl days only. Miss Monte liar-- . I.ii.l.... ?445iJJ 5' I A IK OK KK.VI t'CKY, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tin: ivpiitalliiii of the S.K-ia- l I'our is a Conmv af Lincoln, Mil wi .Mik A. 15. Ihvinin, f siitlificnt unaraiitee that the 1ct of ui- masting fiiix. bi'fii vWtliiK at Mr. rioii.lii siiioin IJnyle, huvt' I, J. I?. Cnhitr uf the alive named tler will be pre.ere.l at their hop to-- ' - A pmm horM' and jack for ale. llauk, da wleinly ar that the aluve utatcinint ile.llMt'rs. niyht. TIiom' who will 1m pel-- , inurniw it true to the bot uf my kiMtw IciIrc and belief." Mi Awn: AiuiiiN bns'ivtHined from niitte.l t attend by tin' payment f SI, I.. I . iarner, 'rab ( lichar.l. Ky. II. OWSI.KY, Cashier. Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical WatchI'hallas and 1. brood mares and j sU ilkral .tuil tiioin J. hefnre 111c thtti i.th Jav n ideKMint vl-- lt to Ml- - .leiinle MeKin-Ttelu will Ik Mich a will Iwhaxe theiiielvesj ' llnst.rtiville. V. colts have been M'lit trout ltiteine, Wis., f ,.oh r, N I' maker with many years' experience, . imicil llttir niul II" .,ir. .I.ll'l 'l .... kind will be all work done with neatness II w ... Mr. CiHreci Atttn. : to (ilenview farm, near U.invillt It. P. I'ox.of MihUmhi, milted. I J J.W'iliisms -- It. i. U..cr has eiiktietl a larizt . . and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the Mill- -, of Ktiins Cltv, on Monday, one S, ll Direct'. r. IHNK., Mil. II. who represents the number of lambs in the lut- -t laid of the J II OHVkl, old jack for sTM). twnvitir eye. the hiy- - eoiinty to be delivered June b. ami to .Irisii: Vim iat Iiih:i:im., picideiit of Lexington Holler Mills, -- 7oC sub' of Hour in one day we ever weiylMMI poninN and oxer at " cents, Co., met ;et the CiiHils'rland Valley REPORT OF THE CONDITION -- Mr. Moote Mild four mules, from two Co., ' he.tr.1 of. lie sold to Smith, Keen with the tllrtNtor-- heic Satimlay. OK in i.c.tro, , rnjTg FfPRT NATIONAL BANK Ini Int'll loiceil .New lliver, lellll., .io.tni jmiiiiiiih; 10 M nii: Wi:u-l- l mi anuieis Ml Uidve up her htmlli'Mit the College on C. Klli, Itobin, Tenn., :U),tX)0 and to lit 115. lie aNo oltl KHI barrels of, I .ilANl t)KD, account of oii' eye and has letiniie.l other patties t),Knt. This is indeed a, coin at St per barrel. Ilarrodsbiirtf, I't'lll. sT.lt. In the t.ite ( Kentucky, at the time of bu.int.s recoininelldatioll to the lllill. DEALER IN Imim. I,lir"u ' lSl8In his faiin.11-cu- p nice witli Kln-- . T-"""Ci'f. TiioM ItitiiMH.. C. C. Carson ..- -.. '"" , Wll.r , .., , l.sTI, 4.iif...ti no. IGROCERIES, HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, &C. tl l.'C IT UPL'i: ...1 .... Marital Newland have pme to Uu. !..,. I 1,1 I.it ail lilt lllilll l Illl 111 II II II III tlie lirt three-.pinite$336,ku) ol the two mile, i..un and Discimni the nni'l jut v in ' V ille to near U'fotv . r..iimrk,i 1,1.. for the . , " vcrur.lfl ,.OJ. ,8 WW ,1iuir ,.):,( n,u. f nri.l.liin " ",11,,'r U,e ,..tM' ail nt Hill K111l.1v .:. tell a lie. lie I fact that he tolll.l not joooi Desires to call the attention of the public to his complete stock of . l .......i..,, r..r il.,.i .li.t..... il. tl... liv,1rv. ' V. S lloi.d to. cere circulation -" " .' '" . e, HMon.ee, ne Other Mk,,.nd; and ,8KaKe. 4J..oooo!ef u Goods in his line and to say that his prices for everything ...,lv man lixin. or dead, except R " . IIU III I IlIlT lilt t,e r -, llU'rir.lll lUlI li,.. imellU I... .. .. .. l.lf , thisnll, .,, excited Due hap oll.lves. of W ,,,,. Illirl. . an. be;.l, Z.l. 5.87.53 are alway s at the bottom figure. He handles frou.her N.i.ion.,. Hanks promNe.lpU.ofC.illX. i!..,,u..nd hanker. 6.5E006 ivii'winu Smith Irwin NJ wo ,,,,,,k Ui N w,,ll,,.v "' ""' Uv."..ver the chaise t.f Capt. Sam llniun ' , XI.. t e.oo..o -Kenl r.tate, furniture ami lixture ,. ,,,s.,.. I t if.. . ,....1 ...hllllll llolice that appears oil olirlOllltll I, . . ' tirr.nl penoc. aniltiuc p iinillllll'. 3" "3 i , 1.. ...... ...... i... ii... i.....,. . . ...!. .... ...1. ..?... .. i.iir. 6,fHMI IHI o .... ...... iiuiiiiiiiii-aiiil'rciniunl paid Well llllll Will", III. HHllilli'in "i 'in. HII1 .'I. c.i.l, item 417 4" fn'H'l piisnivd by the lM,okellcrs who Click and other And is Agent for Mrs. . I. Niiiiiielloy Mid hern call I'liMnit. S. 1.. I'owkh .V Co., will IhlUof uthcr lunk ill eo her with a (, jM, m ,i.lij.1it their friends by tbeaii. had taken Sl'T.'i.IHK) apiint the latter. lay fVi'iiiiiK :i"l prcx'titt-' rriiciion.il paper currency, niikel .mil ientry llro.. of l.exinjiton, bought imumNoiih' ivcliniii,: iik'I.Iii chair. noiiiicenient they make oil our Urt pace. '3 7" cni . HshoiiMiiy in Lexington lut nu'v have eciirt-.- l a double loom in the thi week of Ihinklcy, Catron .: Co., ,pcfle j, 71) iw The newest in use. Full line of Cooking and Heating Stoves of the 8,195- -. ,v Itain-e- v maie mule lor j hogul tender mite wi-cMr. .1. C. Ibviint, a former Lincoln ImildiiiK and will move 1' bead of .mh1, ohllira-- ' , it M,1v, latter llrm lH.uht a Mt.ipH fii'l ljh r. Treasurer In the meantime they SUM.WI e.ich. The niuiilt Is.y, I11M H under n.aiiv best patterns. He also keeps Salt, Lime, Cement, aud every thing c.m. ' I " '" we tions'for ctMirteie. ...... ...all ..... .mil wi their reduced Iprice ,ale in lot of S -to lOtHI liead of cattle at .'i to ' . 1. MSJ,'SI' t'n in his line you call for. Call on him at Cor. Miin aud D3?ot Sts. ...!.. 1... 1... ......l- II lieu 10 me ltltii. ...... biixe a tew im.nl. to move .. 1.. ... iuiiifiM-i l.'ii.iii.li-r- . ...etu. Marshall' I.IAISII.ITIUS: Tenant on Alexander iliiM Ciinltal. Ill the tlrt place lie mar .....ii.i,. he will treat you right. ....i,j.MH-.oo!an- d fin in. Maoii count v. Iat vear r,iie.l on '.i..t.il irl. paid in 1. ...... Ininbtit niul wealthv j..i .. : ' a with the except . Tin: weather, ,bacco, on rT' a llirivliiu. M am.H in t.utivil,in i la.lv, then lH.u!lit Imlf f.' ApHI like l.ower, ha been iunin-- ' a Ml.mw (lf a little over --MM) pounds Nlli(Mlll 1Unk nutc, (ll,mm,illK wtriiiT drm,' store and by eloe attention . and there f the in.liv. dual dq...iu wsw .4.,7'SJS .,i.j.ctt..ii.cu il(.,v Tu. ,ii1m1 deal in real e- - ally beautiful for lour da l4.itan.lan ,. v .....- - ,.l.l ... -- !. ......-,- - Itm- to nili.r S,s.;6S4 1 .i:.i !iiiihiii who .'liirib the hoot' that the'.t -i .u,ini , ......1: .1... - Vatlnnal H.uikh ......1. .. iih.r.i.. ..1 tate. he I ucuill-- ! 10 oe .one l,tillC.. .mil lianktr.. .. .1 ...tin. . .f uint.ir I111. l.i.oiil'iiii'lltn'il. The' ocr hiiiiiii, ..1..1.1:.... cw n.w... .1 - "! Due to (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) .". i..iruiii.. MltliloOIIS. Ill' I II clever iciioh in.'. 10,0.64 Note sunt MIU llttiis indicated fair, cobler weather yes-- 1 lock in Navajo county The lo such pssl fortuue. KAVOlUI r. I INK Itl.TWI I N UK NOR I II AND SOCTH ileeres f SjV$. 7 tenlay, but the prospect was not fin or- - lone .luriii': the evcre -- torin of this Total u. ca.i..cr 01 ti.t at,ov. LMTED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA 1. J'" J able for the fulillln.ent of the latter p.ut winU,r u llliU.(M, at Mfim hl.a. ,v U..A. iinu..! l.a.il. mi.R.-hh.hi LOCAL EVENTS. .wmr lh.it tin iiImiii-- . f the prediction. . The cctioii lie p.utly . .iic i,M i mvkn.mlcdi'oanil bleauthoritie-ls ,ri,c ti HOlR. S. S. Myer. Ikmi T..I JOHN j .M.itoHiCKT.s.c.si.Ur rp,; I lulu, l . frt -- , 10 of .l.iiu ill Central New Mexico and Arizona and huuf. i.rv " u.njr. vxo,ia, uuuiiuuu u,nv ivnuu, vyii.c tv,;i -"f il '"P"- - SnlcrllM'.l.inilwornti.licliirciiH this Mh day 'n( Kutiru.ir), INSS report of our county National ,1,,., City, brought and put in jail Frank Tin. ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. THE SOUTHERN , n W.M HKIOIIT, N 1' I.. C no Viuceut, Win.. McCo.mack, Isaac Mc- - e.,c c mw, ILink show that there " 15;rr' .;IiiiW .....1, ..ld !L Ci.irutt atti'it: io. with Coi.nack and Ton. Sn.it biiinesabiiHl them. HulkEK, Mee- i- ... Me.cer J ' :''-- ' the bo...' of John b.eakiiu: into W (J V KI.l II, Director! weiiht ,(M) pound, for ., per I.,..-.- . Tin: Cincinnati Soiitheiii has compio-mie- tl .1 T I' lliut., n.... tl...lr ..Ml..iii..l-"iiity- 1 CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 12, 1888. ':t .1. W. ltobin.)ii withmoM ol the families ol thoo tiialheieat 10 o'clm-Ml the l'ad, and Imiiaht of X"o. 'JD1T. at iniili' colts c.ttiii till per heiul; nlo near Soinei-e- t killed in the colliioii pi Nonets iu jail now beloim to the counJtKADDOWN" REPORT OP THE CONDITION old to I'orter llro., Warren county, It hasotleied Mr. .loe " j.'i,0(K) each. iraTn'.-Tso- i ty and theie aie II 11eyn.es and one ."ill rn." "TRAINS NTRTI1. ol 'IHI. I of hen. steel at Sd iter that amount, but he ha refused white of tbeui. ' No 0. No. 3. No. 4. No. 8. No 7, No. I. MI..1 .STATIONS. mk of Hastonville, 11.111)'. N. l. Daily. hvini. it o far. Daily. ... .. .. . Daily Daily. I .... 1...I '.. Sun. I)ail. Daily. M..'..t. ... ............. ...1.1 ... ... V,..l..il... ...... ......,., ikmh-.Mriiitiiiiim Nun Mick. Miuiriiay l HlMOWII.I.r. ...... ........ ... . 11 ..1 8 7 a in 403pm Suipin 6 41 p m 111 J a in ...A.'incinuati ... A'rv b 40 a oq 7 53 a Wi: aiv rc.iiete.l au'iiin to call atten hum iniiif Mrs. Win. hint! . ifitv .heanl l.'c 1.1111 ye.uiiiui 1111111 " ,,., , 47 j. .... v ,; ;;; -- n. .;;;; ......... hiii. ,.,- ; j ; - .- -,,i. lecti.Vv of Airs. Woodbridp., lmNt. in ,l(.r ,e houe and went to ee this county, at s:..r, per hundivd. T. .1. in the ,at.of Keutmky. at . ...3... -.'llaptlst ehuiyh to- - ttJu has purJ which .Hfiirs at the . A bebawkba.l .ludy. of North Mi.l.lletown, 17, V !.: Kl.soi KCr. : jjJam jiopm io..m lopm he is aid tohauille the Jimuion fay morrow nnjht. ,lipm 9 mpni lajoamu 15 J "' ,,f .iK, js daw and a liiir Im-i- '.l over r.O.OM pounds of white, 7, a nv,. IX,',? ,c,pen...ceubjcct in o line a manner' .. 'YXX . :&W&r. (.o,inu tlu ,,,.. the hurley in this and adjoining eoiintie. at , ..f tin , h llumU , cT;;;;;;;;::::::::::: ,.:ou vp; z:m .i!;:: ;;;;;;:::..; u.,uriiiuj! a.. aver..j.e .,f n.:tt Mil.k atoiveitabu..t ti..- - appearauc u , or) p m ... ...Atlalla 25.1pm Dun irumappruicd rrrie a.cnl..., 6,6J 93 Art. .llirminhaiu new one iH)IIM'llt tilt' llliwk to that boiline from, IsSTciop. IllnlirboU New. 11 15 pin jjuaiu. . ,( 30 p m ii iu p m l.'ve au.7.8 a - The third da' .ile of Hotting Mock Due fr..m ..ther National Hank con- i in ti 48 a . gfuaw riit.iliHi.a ,.. i 45 wheiice none has ever returned to 0 a i.JWS-j- l Kea' e. late, furniture aud fixture Meridian I.'ic j 10 a in 10 n pm Tin: I'm is News ays that lllomlell .V: ...10 55 pin 410,1111 Ar't by liralleld .; Co., at LexiiiKton result- - Current vpeu-- e and lave paid Ar'v...Ne OrUan , .!.' ... 615am 9 jo a lS8yt lono pni 5 p Tlieatre Company, tiniie bitlepieilations. Stnndiiiil llowi'i--Meridian .... 104 pm Ar'v , 4 30a in l.'te ed in i'.'.i bead Itriiiiiiir an average of I'mmum paid , 8 15 a 6 1.1 pin l.'ve J.ick.oii which wa to pla l.iueater next week ('ovilltMKI.. Mierill lillllock, ol llws- - ...... ,,.. r'. ,,, Mill bead ol.l Clim . and iitlu.r ctiih item Rkihun; 40JW joopw .....v. itooani l.'c.... ...Monro in , ,, iU1 l Dill of other Hank., an.lba.lwritteHtooiir ...anars lor a ,liy, t(Hlk .,,. s,,,,,!,.,,,,,, who ba been 4 la p in l.'tc.. . , ,, "- -" 3,oyjoo idojhib, ' MBPOSY, II i t MERCHANT TAILOR NG i ty ... SP AND SUMMER GOODS. II' ... -r- .. 1 r. s aear !. 1 . ilr. 1 A. PfflNITX T - n ' l . ,, " 1 11 ,,.,. 1 1 i,i.e,, unn. , - ' iici., 1 p.. .,,., bu-iiie- xt .., ' l'J , ,J , () T5S8A3 3MW? 1 . 1 '.t..l..v ' 1 PLEASE OBSERVE . I 11 pall-beare- ( s,,,,, CKJ M'ROBERTSSTAGG I . . n. I'k ttZZ 45." b.-.- til I Itb. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. v, 1 I'.'l. lt Im:, X. .. -, S. G. HOCKER, M5 ! - ..... ' -i- """. 111 I ' r. ... fr . -- 'III 11-1 St .,;.. .. .. ... ,, ,, .,,,.. ,,. -- ..,.- rrp Q&!$3 QUmSU ...-1- d THEIMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR 1 d h. nillti,. nir ' !'J! -- f- ... 1 "... ,,u. 1 S.;;'' hl.tti-Han- j - ;,. QUEEN ,Wm.,, w" ", AND CRESCENT ROUTE -, .- 1 ..n" n.i:at ;..,.... M'li-olm- li.lelity-MetioM)lita- "; !"' ''' "" naoe T.,00o o,i ri.o ha..l ul iw .'. 'j'rrKTioxvssriOK'r j.in i-- to-da- y Sev-.r.iii- Miond ,;, ' 11 ,, ,.,,.,., fw. ,,, ,.,,,,.,, i'!: ......, "'" 1 , ' Jli cc,,, 111 ...,, 111 111 ;-- jjjfj" ,, Zt'outt" "? I 1Z Ii::: ?::;S'jJ TSpw.&r. 11. 111 111 . sltiZ::::: ft" M . . '$l . . ...ir:" 111 . 111 . V .Shrovuporl. 6001101. N, II. Train No. y cm von Uakdalc at 6 05', A vi, and arrive iu ( oaltuiiUK at jn, a H. S'o nrlaati n . l.yjyu. I.ual lender nolo company . .imvii. tlu , flllll1, , rm,kfilti .Nltui(lty, to serve the fliur (lllVH- ...l,. .j:i'.Ii RutUinpliHii fund ilh U. S.. Tre.iurir, f s,,f Chiittaiiooj.! at 4 iu, I'. M.i and .rrive at Oakdal al 7 J. . that Utllf t.iwn this sea..,,. It n.uM be llf .,, ymrH for ' . . . o of clrcuUlkin Man Ikiudoir liufl'ct slcepin. Cars on all iriuin 4 pi r milt an avemp. of A'-l:-l a bea. I. ... .. ' ,,,,,,,0, .. l . ... II CHI Mill AN. t.u'l Fit. .WS u t beat ileal graveyard. M JOHN tr.liAUl.T, Uencral M.m.i.er, of appeal- - havnij; coniirnieu ins m. the be.M otal it , Sl4,iul 67 ' . . , . . It. CAKIIOI 1., Iieiier.il Miperinivndv.il. , i I. .11 .iltliiiiiifli n iimi. !...!.. .I.......M v lielill lor jtiofsioeiii. of Coin .in., i nut on sacs ol rotteis Ohio. Ijeneral Office, t. Paul Ituildiu;, Vet I ourth Street, I.I MIII.ITIliS: lliu llth arrixed Nife .lerer, seems to lie a iiarmie.. kiiio o. a. .jju.i.jouo lliiHi.1iUV.liUM.li I aptt.il itork paidm A voiui):laily ywve up her ,eat iu ti Mirplur. fund 6,uj undlouu.l vcMeiilay. They were nn-- ' "catiue and I... never kivo.i .lull...-t.tfci Si Kiu.Moii strict cai to a entleiiiiili who I'lidivided prolit had been all this Owen the leat ..1.1.. ... tell wlietv tlit-11,1300.1! of licav atchels and National llauk noln Hitiitauilini; .'?.,."Vl j".1!!.. "1 tell . Levi WiM.i.e, time but luoM anytliiiin eaii ....,,.;. that' 03iJio jj Mt' U'.tp vear," wa all I ndl lilunl dupoult wilijcct . check .... ... 1. ... . . Due In other National Hank 5,4010: mail mailer couni oe 11.01...... ...-....jm,.,iwTkK citizen who lived near she Mild a she uro-- i If '"v,,,SimtIi Fork, in tlii .oiinty, wa ot and Hill i977 4 o ,e- ablv inoiv rarefiillv thiiii it . . Tin1 Crown I'lince i likely to die Wc will make a specialty o .1 I.... 1.. .1., .1111- .I..111, I. .1' 11 iinu S.4.t.S" 07 ne ii ..1 lotill... verely hurne.1 lust wcck nun t.acl.e.oiou.v. ,' , itf. k-- In.e Specie 8 1$ p 111 Ar . "I, 4,. curt ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,. I . Ml, .., 11 I , ...L-...- . enr 1 ..,... . i:n7,r ihv ,,ni(in .Inirilv after he was found. He was iu Syrup of FIB5 out cros tie and it is It i,tM:::u7;,o.e .lispoe.l the w..ods his .h.iner 1, Naturo't, own truo hiativo. It 1. be to built the ooor. unfoitu- - mi,.,.o...1 be.!...... ..Ia lire ... eat (it !.. 1. . I....,.,' .0 o ... t . tn ..A..Bii. -- . .- .- t . ... . ..'--...i .u.i...... t.ii'.m , uiwi in innai iTLivn individual w ho runs this oy w i.e. oe ' nale .m-- i meek whMi allllct.on he sullere.l vn itlv, he remedy known to Clean o tho Sj.toin M. ,ban to answer thu aiM..ue..ts of roaMe.l alive, when Hilious or Uostivo; to dispel Head- Wc fell into it and was ' our 1n1t11.1l Ilt.otherlo.. Williams ,liM.f,vere.l ho was Mill hivntliliift ache,, Colds, and Fever; to Cure Habit- - t l won t be nuM IndigfiStion, PilcB, tc. )(ii m (1 tlmt h whh not uM CongU a,:. I !, Manufactured m Fig xa UWl iU,l. (.,. tho vital S I;;.;";;;;. I. it children and was Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cul. of these.- - Im.l u wife1 and two , SOIIItOIIIHll heard eve.v out1 . ... If Slllllflllll. ,,l.iil l.... .,.!.. . .. nn 1....1 in wioiii.ii-.niiom in -ini... uf inn.. mom he prrurin'M in nnmuiMi i .,!..: iiui.iii:...ihis time. i. .... 1 1 11 nun.. ..... j TO HORSEMEN. - ,,. ",,, , .,w IAIi:ol" Kf.NIUCKY, County of Lincoln, " HORSE AND JACK BILLS, abe .1 . , -- -" -"- -"- I.J.VV. Mucker, Ciuluer of the .ibmc u.iincd n.ink. iitt miiciiiiiiv .weir iinu iiicaiwvr; i.i,iiin.iii htei-.ill- y Mr-- If t Z:, i .,,,.,, ,.,,, I m , Together with the Newspaper Advertisements of them, this sea f knlnieiise aml bellef. w ocki:k, C.,.,ie, son, and have added largely to llle ,glh j4yof 4lJ ,wi)rn our stock of Cuts. Give us a call V ,; n. p. ... c and get samples and prices, or . ,., c,rr- -, ; , , . ,rre 111 rt- - i -- I.- - V . I l..iv iA H. IIKOMN, .u.s, ' W!flPr7 -- Mui ?- - p,rmJgjf Director,. K. C. WALTON, .15. M. fi weieaMain:iiieiewaaaawaaBiaBeamrM 3i'i1,;il.ffJ r,r f r - - - - - , , Tea .,( - " tmm " -- 4 ""'rl"'aM',''itiK'aiiacjBj5-i- ' f - - ..aiyj.-- j ymnkmitiui ""j ewJlnill,i.ii fiinfni.'M't'l-yt-WitJCTafi-- -- y - -- - y Semi-Weekly Interior Journal- SOME TAFFY FROM THE PRESS BOYS. a 1 I J again did bo iioipii1 to Congress for supplies ITH the roeurrentw of for liM sorely distressed army, but bo could W LRPYALW5VIJ (lmuuul a new ami eontinues to W of February, not arouse it to n souse of it duty toward tho the minds of all tho wretched soldier uiic of the het juijuts in tlit' Mate. thinking Americans Tlio lntrigups agalnut him wcio still going ' I'oltl 1)011 Xl'W. revert to Georgo on in and out of I'ongioss UeneiaHiates - Manfonl I n rr.iiitui .lot iin m nmiw ,., ......i., ..r.wi.loiit of the Hoard of TinWashington, olio of imii tho central llgures Wlir mul Wlls xlMn n llH UCneo to sue- mil this week in ii new -- pi in;: tire uiul in tho formation of peed the commander-in-chie- f Though Three rluii'k full of new- -, tho Government, tho Washington knew it all, he remained at his Walton.--('nili- -h' hems for leader of the armies post of duty, cheering his men by his own of the Involution, Mervtirv. wondrous devotion to duly Finally matters uud tho one man becamoso bad tli.it he was coiniKjlled to perTln Stanford Ismuoi: .Ininwi., tnu gj e.U enough to hold mit his men to forage, something fie always -AjPb '. of'tho htishU- -t ami siiieu- -t of oui' together tho heter- deprecated, us imitliig soldiery to riot, as rluingi's, conies out this week in a now ogeneous elements being diuieult to suppress, and ruinous to i. which were strug the inhabitants, uud, in many cases, to tho ilrc-- s and look- - n- - liright and chipper us gling almost blindly, one hundred years ago, army itself When tho couiiry bad been Winche-ti- r a Imarding chool ini-- s. for deliverance troni monarchical tyranny. stripKl of about every thing it contained, I 'eiuocr.it. Without n close anulvsis of his character it became, necessary to nriuo a sortie on Intimiioi: .lot us m. nud of his environments, tho bustling peoThe y can not fully comprehend tho !M estine to us this week in a new ihv . It ple of transcendent ability of this man, so aptly is almost us pietty as a liriile, ami styled tho "Futher of His Country." Ono tin1 iim-- t Miive fill rountry hundred and was bom, juperin Kentucky. Hro. Walton is suiv and eighty nine years airo he died, mourned thanks by the Inruul nation, which lich. West Kml Xewn. ly to his wisdom and moderation. Is tho great- i inl lint pi widr never nc mir tl The Intkiiioii.Ioi itwi. i jut MUet HI, ,., auioin: the free ihvmlo of tho earth. Vol- M tc ecunninnjl mer lrcnKtli ami wli I . mi I I e I in and care- than the i rJitvm Vol t, that age on the lOtii of utues have been written bv honest liaving i ,omiclition uith the ni'n tc of u tett hi ri ' Wogrophew in ord to give the ,H.Hplo It is M refilling anvl can this month. Sold ml in .ler ueUlit .i nni r ti .nlul a true picture of Washington's cuaracter, K n si IliMN I'iklkk (i , iian 7l it would hardly be taken to be anJ t0 truthfully portray tho extraordinary iy ill sircri, N,tH url. o old, hut us it grows older may it irrow wisdom mid Inherent goodness which char- neterized almost everj act of his life l eroher and candider and prosperou-e- r, age, money-gettinAnd yet. in .i lorit is n.strir. i.i(iiiirinii uhii there are but this busy, . . fow, jierhaps, who give due - -- 4? 'u;ijrtitiuirTii nioiiwvalth. credit to his cfTorts, or fully appreciate the Tho Ivtkiuoi: .hints u, eauie to us on honesty of purpose which prev.ded all bis Certain it Is, that If a man less self-Tnesdav in its new dress. The reading ish, less arrogant, and less ambitious for WisIIINOTON S m:iQt iitiiis vt viixr.r . tyro is tt great mipioveiuent on the old the annlauso of the multitude, had been1 torn. i APOLLO ami gives the paper a more pleasing ap- placed In command of the continental army, Cu,,u,r Washliigtou fcn6l.v.laAaT.l never 1. k.i held together, Huntington and Yarnum toonlere.1 Generals pearance. The Inti'.i:iiiii .Inrnwi. hold their brig or the vktorles at Saratoga, its jirosperity because it is Intel at have witnessedYorktown, uiul the tlnul atlcs in readiness. To show the terrible Trentou, tit state of tho ivmy at this period, mot.it ions -psting ami has a good luck-liouevacuation of "ew York City b the Hritish from the replle made bv Huntington and troops ."onierscl Heportei. Varnum are given Genera! Huntington The genius of ashiugton, bis hojieful-nessaid: "Fighting is prcfe.-abl- o to starving. The Istkuioi: Jut iin i ami his ludomitublo courage. Incan donned a new dress, and made other spired his men, and won their affections to My brigade are out of provisions, nor have has tho commissary obtain uny meat. I should a remarkable degree Despite tho priva used every argument my Imagination can iiuiiroveniPiitH in itsinake-iiiith.i- t securcforit an increased patronage. Ilro. tln which the patriot army was culled- Invent to make the soldiers easy, but I de. cotispmutes of suluiKin to endure. spair of being able tu do it much longer." Walton is nev.-- r helnnd tin- - tunes, and ordinat0 onicPrSi ththo ulld aUrc. General Varnum s ud It was a pleasure to The Best in the wo heartily conu'ratulate him upon the sjiectof tho Congress, Washington uialn-liln'rbo on the march, as for three days his men soldieis, had been without broad, and two "days withpatronage his jiapcr is ju-tl- v ' re- - talned not only the respect of his WORLD. but their conlldonce and esteem. Perhaps out meut. ....:,;.,., -- .Midwa. (lijipei. . nowhere was this more signally shown than Through all these ierplcxitles Washinglorn.NU, presented its h, the vear 17T7. when, after the disastrous The IvTKitt ton bore himself with heroic fortitude. He leaders with a beautiful Valentin Tues- - battle of Germuutowu, he took his famished was inspired with SEND FOR CIRCULAR, hope in the justice of dav in the hape of a new diess fiom top and disheartened troops Into wiuter quar- ters at alley Forge. his cause, and faith to bottom. We .sincerely eongi-.ituluUM, 4th and Main, in a Dliinc I'rovl-deticour neighbor, not only in the handsome ilnution of u seiies of defeats for tho He believed, il tvjKigi-.ipliic.appearance of the paper, army under Washington, though none of without egotism, that LOUISVILLE,- - KY. lint on this additional evidence of its them was the result of iiuMpacity or luck he could command ... of judgment on his part Other causes hud tho army better than Irospeiit.-ll.inv- ilk Adxocatc. wmblned. In everv Instance, to muke his the narrow-mindeThe Ivnauoi: JoriiN i. neer does plans abortive There was Inattention to men wno sougm 10 tilings hv hahe.s. It came out Tuesdav orders b his sulwrdl'iuto onicors, inability, displace him. ami ho Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. ... e dress. or the part of tho comnussa- : HUcceeiieo in sumu- ill an entirely new and ultra. !Uul anMy, nat tobfurnlsh lattug the whole To say that it is a daisy would be put- - at Gennuntown, in October, when a decisive army by his sujiorb liearlng". In Febru- ting it mildly. livery jiiece ot the tpe mow migut nuve Deen ue.ut tne lorces or :. f. VTF. ,.,..:.... i :.." ii.. paper :is new ami .In- - tho enemy, a dense fog, that threw tho ' OEVFIUI nrv. 17TV Mrs Wash- in patriot troops and lt iEtoii. Ladv StcrlmL'. Mrs Knox and tho feren, to i,s old Here's to trntuport them to the ftuffcting soldier WASHINGTON. The Ilrlthh taunted them with being u paek rim Iteruwiicei of thci AniilvrrnHi-- of ItU of Uttcrdeninllotn, and atono time a imi-- ! Turn Our TIicmikIiU to Mini tiny broke out, but Wnnhlngtou'B Inllucnrc llirlh In IVc . Klret In War, prevented any groat defection or daiuago Who Wn Mini I1rt In I In. llrurl of UN CmuiLrj-- . , to the service from this source. Again ami OUR LOUIS SOHLEOEL, PII0T0GRAP1JKR, UICH.MO.VU, llrt KV -- The Stnnftinl i .loi n i has inon." t'lOUISVIlU.MtwAlBallTa CHICACO Rt ,(9 lre, --- M J I'lKitojrapei In all tyle ami W'npr India Ink, Cra)tm si'ih inlfr.int a 1 1 tl it. il M Cilir. I ie l'ii.tiire New 111 lr ;r) pne - Bill A NEW FAST MAIL I K (Kll S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LOUISVILLE & ll 'ill CINCINNATI t llnlj.S , urc. Ititrln. r MT VKKNUN.IvV. (Ill) e next ili r tn t i- 'vl'iAr --cr- Sp ,- -. d itlentioii git en If MvHMK inulietil Unu Si.. re due ie of hiMrcn THE MOST RAPID ROUTE I ter attempted kclaeni Ihe real rummer citiei on the ihio Kit tr ainl l hinn, ami he the fale. nine and ni.ut utrnf ulanle Irami h tucen all I'oint, in the Smuh, r In the IVc-- i ai I he iminlerpin nf I hit train in Norihtieit. Imr.k line 11 ilenominaltii I hr Limited l.xni I he iMiH'rb rolling k we employ gltf. pair 1 , ' $sia K, Unoohkmi, Martin l of tlie KI, K, Mts, .3r M, ' fin- - 1I1 ami Allirmlit A. cii.lpinir. tt t ifurm llieir man) hmiye in runt name Si:mi-"i:i:km- .y j POWDER I ' . X X MARTIN 1 he nes firm lt,pe it ..f ilir old, but ivill & PERKINS, ' Absolutely Pure. ,,,,,. fl W . let te -- pcrial atlenlinn 1 M.lmU of KeiilucL) fnrpttt finr and Kripritfullt uur, "iir tr id, e remain M VKIIN I'l KKINS iMn the mtnufj.tiira tif tubattii tthuh le tulhe inlere.t nf ntir rnl'irr. We (4I imt mil) In uttaln the rpu-Ul- ' iHieuil 10 make man) aing l)t K II. Mil OKMIL'K lieneral l'aeirer Ajent, (.'bica. Clt) lickct Vgenti and CIlRcer I tat In nut Natural H A llnkSRH, w 4th Vte Lnui.trlHr. K leaf, haiilsln(; y.ul I. M. Titnaxica, IK Mne it , CiiKiniull, Ohi fur a inntinuation of Unlimilmt Ciimfurt rw.i all C ouputi 'liikel (lili.n in the hoo oii oil) find our lime tablet and llrVoii, Sa) III lion, net Monon and li.k I" Mniiutt, ll J oil v. ai to iate mime) and hate a pleatant jmirnet. !. g fSiTraw izrimggm ZStiZttXSttZZW ..- r?y THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. d LOST! 1 vSld.Sui Certltt ate nf tin. k in the Carmen S'ttmt A (nil Hank of Manfnrd, ll . fnr The arcat"! reilmtinn in pri.e eter known ll iharetand Mtahl dated tu Mri Sarah I' Wtlli h . WW I. IKK I II.I.DS lift.U-- t .hi rins-anrepair been Iimi or mitlatil, and I hrreb ttara an fr, h inkini; m frietul, fi r their patt faton hon or per. n aatn-- t tr tdin "i or tht rtm n. I wlmt the vinic in the future All kindt of milk win Ihrlmdr will i itlrr doneia the brtt "I t)le und uarranted l Kite untitling! Ii rlhc .amr llr .h r r t Vntthmt; in imn tatttfactiiMi or n unJ uinr In nintit iii' i bi t a KMI Mil tint tnu ttaiil cite me 1 trial and e nt im nl tm W l IKK III. I. lis, lurictttilk 1 pt. t l). 1 1 ., TRAINING STABLE, il K a I. the undrriied hatt hi ' 1 au neat training Mable, and am prepare I and tram horto ruber to taddle or tr I ' t at t f the people of l.intuln and adi .inin i unt Kate a hurte that )tm want bruke, irauir 1 r ( .1 ami will bring Illume, I ttill guaranl. ' ,1 k mm. mil do m bett with If s t hate (I horte you want mid bnug it t bate the ecmd beat market in the si 41 BaBBBBBBBaCr w XV -- e. s, Skmi-Wi:i:k- tMu' tli i'l :i )ur ,..., hAMCIil JilHS- - N al EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, ' ti.V.VVlM.K, KV. Iluwxnl hit elegant ne Iniildtug nppotac the HtMtntluc and 1. iMtlrr than tier prepared u Il.l .J... aitammtHlate Ihe pnMi with line pKiure, frmt W1l'l photograph to Jilc ttt s,,!,,, u mired. I If 1 GIXDEROTT. U II I , II 1 ,ot Jerte . (I il r . t toil at m s n te ,,.,,,,., .,,,.. ,n ri. ' -" nuti tig S3. CASH, Tr tint . f -- f ' I, irti .If IM I II Ml hNSIIlr O. W. METTOALF JR , j , ATTY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. ' THAT FIGHT II ellin, I'rup'rA ().S.iuinuni I.tv er lleeu alt r, I.il d by Zeilin iw l A S. I. .M hat lor a7 eare turrd t.NpoiTI !". Illiiuiasiae ,,. C K Siminoni. M, J ouii, l'rep'r M A Siminoni l.lvrr M1J1 ine.litt J JN", In Ihe I . ,S C luit I)rkAT I i i l: d iiaVitnurivVii.1.10, jcn. W ill praiti, t an) toiirt m I. a. tcrrt kr it I I.vaminatmni rf land utle. made a t e i.lli Aim nl" timber, toal and mint rat tire tratti ml. r ale Inf ifffltlmn turiuihcd n ait p.un n.l jii if reMndcnte ndictted 111 I Tho Original Wins. ,.,.,,,, drcs. -- En 14 J; Hi .te s N M of WfcIl. I iiitetlMatenanil ajai'i-iUe- j tin- - niuieh to winter qmr- - JSntl ud follow Ills; wordin ii'iimiib iliMiu 11m imirx.li lo Valley 1'orge: i7,oSl, '.'.")' cans. Viniieereil by the racolleetion of any reeeut "Wliat are you ilnimr, .lames'."' siid a tritiniph. tu war. tho mat tli to winter nuur- , , ycui .. iitnnrrA- - jiui in inm ... iuo . nxV ... uiuii.iir. who ivuuuvr i one ...i a follows Vl0 LtvJ I so )d n ,,-wau liniipu ly IHm toet iruin the leneo oulf )tepliv the Held; Un juvvwlonj wore i the xeluKil-van- l, ahoiit the tiiuu that hraut, elotliini; worn, ouU and tui badh nil were they lo Bitot-- that the footnteim of tin. ruge fur itilUtlii'iiiea. wan iifinieutliifr many u.lght he traekeu la hViod. our iiouiitiy, "Only dtiiijjeirkiaMn-ri,The snow eoM'ivd the grudiKl. ami tin wintry wind Uowlinl thnuiKh Unit fens. 'ITie iojilioil niie nf Iii- - tiiiii'.i!iii)ib, ulildj. did not ileeailatioa of the llJjiiier, 15.1ju. th" intu, hut the preneneo of their i oniuiMiulor did, and desplto their wenU-euo- tl Thei 0 havf Ixi'ii iiiuiv clili'ktxin ! eoridltinn, they licfini bulldiug lo htmyiul l)y clu.h'ni nini'e tin vnir than i,ut8. and ii had a'peniinuont oauip eoi?-tin ie weie llii'ii killetl iliulii tuu Win, atrueted. Hut durmir thoMi lulxirs tlien l.iitd.inter'rtCWrkfiiCholutliQtll will siifferiiiK. vren hevoud cMiptlnn. Whilo,, . they liuuaei ed and froo In t'leli- hnls. Conr.'j.n Mini nun. ii in mi ww wwniimii auowotl liniueme nuai.tiUi nl sui 'Jl I iiliej to go to waste for Kiel; of tamii to .y Jh lhilieii A, SU&!. 1 nrei-tuink" .trtliatthepaekofthiselablei,, .u. eriiou iino u iiuuuuuiiun uvumi tu mis cuuv, uesi paper in uie iaie. t4X1' ut ll nios' unfortunate time for tho .iL'iial Commander-in-Chie. In tho North General Only a few weeks back I.ditor Walton omes had just defeated General Hurgoyno put in his otlice a sjianking new C'ottiell at Buratogu. and his success hud not only estimate of his picss upon which he prints the Intkiskhi increased his own exaltedcaused . iuipoi tauce, bat had .,,. the con- a minute, ami .loi'iix i. at the rate ol conwav. Lee. mm others, who bad now ne comes oui in a iiraini new die been scheming to secure Washington's ro- from head to foot Mug, and isas winsome nioval. to edoub'e their efToits to secure ;'t'-- s had written u diffuse and inn Lebanon irirl. There is no account- - thVir ."dsaccount of his victory and ingfor what enterpris,. and intelligent i ra iiin u te,i,t to i uui,ii. ssiimis uiiltij wiirth iihiv in complish. Lebanon lui- - ignoring his Coinmamler-in-Chie- f HiisiHiaeti ins action, tougivs n.iu teMirjse ' Our neighbor, the In..:,,...., J,u .in m irtt J is just ".sw eet 1(1 and nex er kissed." ( 'an 'to i egard Wash tliiK be true.' .sitrely tiie business ni.in-use- r lngtou us a man m Kyeu has receive! his rewind, a kiss, ferior to Gates. tho wise John Adams, which he said would ransom the beauti- referring to Wusa-lugton- 's ful fan which reiently lell intohisliands. operations, 1'ut, as c befoie .suggested, the owner declared liluisolf weaiyof sucli Insipidprobably proved not aorone, but rath- ity, and sick of such ii 4',, er ihtrk coiuiilccted. Ah, there's llieiuli. Tobiaa systems. Con ISA V gres was making ;J Kichinond Register. und The iNTiimoit JoriiNM. came out on undeserved promotiotit.. V S." Ift IMutl Tuesday in a handsome, new dies, uud )lauuiug uew -- i while which relied great ci edit on the entei-ptisin- g cuuipjlgus, editor. TieoId tpe, after dis- - Washington and his disheartened troops barging its duty laithttilh for a mini- - were confronting the IloflMNs llltT WVIIINfiTON. Hntlsh sol- lierof veiitn has receied the folllowing well-fe. who wcru now rioting in luxury In Well done thou faithful ser- injitmtionvants.go to pio." Tin, d.vss the ,llch of the,0 voxatlon,, head i.s rather diiiiinutiu', hut it beai-- Would have utterly uimshed u man of le&s moral and physical courage, about the same pHijiortioii to a large Washington kept his own counsel. Ho saw ...... i, it,,.. unit .. in i..., .1,.,.. in .. 13. iiiiiii- - ii.t ii i.i iiiil inn n t.. ii rs ' ""- iili in . , wiik-- s" ; i". s.. n .,.., .,. .Ntw u . Gates, and Conway, and Lee. and knew them elyo In bis that they wouM over-stelioou 101: TliK. Vui.n. "line the letters to Congress, and to his friends, ho iajUon r '"R of tho, "" woman a chaiKv!" shouts the WonmuV T150 thiuiM, but never passionately When he .lutiiiuil. All light, woman, here's ,hc liml)03ed to zointointeroua.tersut Valley saw, there i a jtutv uf b.ienii linu tm the Forge, tho l.oiiluture of I'entmylriiiiiii oli- Jeete.1 ami ilesirett that lie keep tlie llol.l. elioiiping bltiek, right h the With troons wornoutby iilDngnUiume'of two fiitri to the stiek m.ikesex.iftlj kiteh- - UIMv!llugflll,Iui tx)U11tor inu.ehingH thnn gh lungth; ie.st jour knee on the jtre,, anil east down by senil defeitit neeesslties. muklle of thu stiek, ami he eaixful that -- not tospeuk of their l HU'l asShoe.elotlilllg ail.l f.HH.Washll.gtoi. 'vmi iliiii't iitrh tlm nni 111 vniir;Uils sh,m.eatho fallaeyof attemtiVingU keepth. ou fitn liiica iliHiu- ul it Irom now iieui fit. VUs anvious to proteet tht till ilinnei lime, while the men go down uf Peaiiiylviinla. h srUI, but it was iiL'is.s ontlnue urttmlro opeiiaioas. In to til.' grocery ami talk iiolitie or liMeii the eboiee of winter ipmrtera. he ilol nut try to i,H)i; tu nlil eoiufort. Un u tin, York reail lat week s imi.er. ui ' Cu'isle eaeh u!T..iikil .1 pi ee of ivfu.M foi I. "tear tnnm. but ti have ehosen to leave a Ill the ineiiiipiv of many jk'I'siiiis now aas oa.-o- f ih.'m ivtiuld tothe living the tiiiimtii was t.,,erallv vnsd- - targ'tMuoi the. ,ual.-- knew- - lmw n whington esn- fivtl a iMKonous jilnnt, ami w.m jiihiwii tjjiu,tatUMli.tmof the Hevolutiun proti-eteIn h Irhoases, ill nnie pmleiis merely as a bonier or- - x.. he jooi!i-'"1--" Valley- - rorfro m ;h" '" naiiieiit. Hut til- lune miiiillv t't quarter hi tropin. Here lie eouhl oiitmown their irv.JiMlkt-- ., iiij.i m rtrona lwu,H x mtv,tti0tliH ,ttl the ericwy. m.r- mid g've uinv of the ioiiiilarityiol the toiimto jf4n.o ill nuiUy iUir.tol a ienee u foeuic-i-atf;tr their n 111I11 MHti'iueiit bv the Ameiieeii dn- - l' - '.' tUV'Ta' f. vain-glorio- ,,,,", ..,, Chesapeake & Ohio:! did much to alleviate the sulTerings of tho PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS men. Their efforts were aided by supplies Intended for the Hi itlsh. which the troop had iiKimiL'cil to liitercent As the snrinir came on. the spirits of tho men grew more To Washington, Richmond und . bum ant. and there was a grand jubilee Old Point Comlort when the news of tho treuty with Franco ,, arrived, "it wus promulgated by Wash-- 1 ,,, ', -- ,.i i,.-- a n tim ittii nf VV EJkUL. EAST and f r ill STANFORD. KY E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. , , ,,,, Ol Churxh, Ailami, Tenn., terllri "l yima 1 tnould nate been dead but lor your lienulne M, A. S in mom Liter Medicine. I hare oinrllinei had lb tubintkle "Zeilin' itutf 'for iiwi Mr tu Ccajrj dne, but 11 don't antner the 'UI)iU.C Dr. J ll. Orarej, Hditar 7 1 ArrTiT.11.Snt n tier 1 UrararstaJtica lllinim, I iirinu, Mowtcn, Krr. .11. K. Muv jj0 J7;s,. ,t, , rt tho "g nl 'f'n"uhtho f Hjh fx V rit,. jSsl tp AZf ' d - fr " s p MW-lme- k; en-fato- Collnei tii'ii.;.lircri Kmt in the the Divine one of the princes of tho ' WEST, NORTH-WES- T ful friend AND earth " It was celebrated with tokens of The several brigades weie drawn MM SOUTH-WES- T. tin In iniir il isisjuises b their respective hupliilus The men were placed In sped- No. J N..., lied positions to tire urii lJor with mus- . I)4ily IN rrntt t voi kets and cannons three times three tils- Dally Ks. Sun. The army . charges of thirteen cannon 6 jo IN 7 P shouted 'Loin: live tho King of France," I e I Imintill eungton lo 3S I' ll y a m "Long live the friendly Europeun Powers," Arr While sulphur 3 to a hi sprmji and hurrahed for ''the American States." " Ch irlouville VMjHct m lo p m ll 4" ... 9 on i m j S p m Washington and his wife and other oftlcers ' Kithmnml ft IS p w " Newport N'etti 10 is unit their wives attended the religious " Old I'oint Comfott ml 7 ce p m .... ii services of tho New Jen-e- In Igade. and .VorWL ii 40 j hi i m dined .... 9 40 p mi I J) jim afierwurd tj;; Commander WatlnniitoH " IUItimor.. . . 11 is I' m.ai is p n m public wivTi his oftlcers At the dinner .... 1 ri a m' in a m drunk, and loud huz-- , " PhlUdelphia palmitic toasts were m .... ( ii a m, n h " New Verl. zas greeted Washington when he left tho table I.exliiL'iim llititton Train run bv Central Iimi In u few mouths more this reiuiiikable of Humntitun run b i.mc rami man was at the head of his regenerated M.un imc, mIikIi l ait hour , on Ihna Cvnlrnl army, put suing tho red coats, who had lied i,me. u. dailv ADIliriONAI IKIN-'N- ... from Philadelphia. This pursuit he relent ... tent Miniut. ita.t tinti inn 4 at a m: mi Mur- ,...! .11.1 ,...., i. u,h up mm in uiHiuiiMuiiu , ,; ( m: arm. ..t town, and the tlnul withdrawal of the Brit- - Cneinnati tia W1.1che.ler 11 a jjm. No ij.diilt except Kundaj, leatr Cincianaii the United States, ish forces from tho sollof " I' m. I.mWjoii $ js pm; arnt Mi sttrlinx In the light of these grand achievements, J'lgfffS. ami Washington's subsequent career as a $ ,5. ., ,00 . ; ai.nc.simm mm ciuzcu, now luniijiiiiiciiui, urt- - Lrurlomn u ju p hi. arrive .MBiann 5 in n , i.oiiiihii. n 11 i most' 01 iiie men wno sougiuiuuesini-111111t.Z tuV2. S:. "I"" "' ,,ud how thuuUful ought the American oJll toroUt1, "in. l)k. to be that ttiev did not succecslf Well Mon- Old Dominion Si.aimhipt late Noriort, ,iwi,t Wilhaiii Hooper, of North Carolina, ono of the sljfiior of th.- - Doclanitltui of ,.r . . ,i(....n,imicf his "r3? ' - MPlr Wj in ,. ,, ,'.o,,V ..i.r. .'"- M"'" . If. W ri'LI.KK. jwlley W. f. WICKU il, "When it shall be ooutistent with ISen'l I'ait'r Agt. Keieiter to ghe t he history of that 111.n1 (Washingt introdui-tioton) from his into our sirvpi how oft "ii An.eriea lias been res i i --y i . 1 1 'l" Iu.xt ,, v , 0I1I. r r0. ",U'IU,I "nwioiiBeineni 01In ra s inr una nower- To Loulsvillo cinnntl. I hu old and tte'l known Hold Mill 11. ! . n. it high repuutiun, and 111 Proprietor i dri,n ,1 ed thai it Utall be lecnnd In nt n,nntr II in i. . tt the stau in He lite, Ati.n lUcgage ceatejed Hon to hie a" . frum demx frm gf chargr ' a . tiont tu ComnxrcM I rateleri. rreivrda narkare nl tiur I.iwr Medicine, in.l hate uietl lullol il It workilike a charm. I want mi belt, r Liter JlcpuUtnr and err Umly uu inoic olZeilm't mixture ruHiti. Mrmnhli.Triin. nvi ';!. THE pVPaVtekaV Sclal FLORENOK 3 WASHING MACHINE I hate bought the right t , tell lln I W aihirm Machine and am now prepare. I u t, on i, all who mat with lu tate their iloihe. fi 11 r rubbing and tearing incideni 10 the old pri. e- f waihlng. lake one and tr) it and br i.ntnurl I'll not wotr) about buying unleea y. 11 aic ful I) atl.Hed a tu lit merlti. Ihe umlerHgnetl hate pun hated the I'lortme ' W .ithing muinne and afier a thuruugh trial, we take pleamre in aJding our tettimoii) to it. worth, and wilhutit lieutalmn prunouace it a lutteit in eter ar titular, doing all that it t lamed for 11 Wm llauherty, J W. Walla. e, Hr. Ilaurnc, ' Mr. s I taller, . Sine. lull Peikiwt Dudderar, J. K. I nn, I . I Daw, V anot , ' Mr Amanda I'cak, l.enrfe I'olo Alet Until Albert l tmden, him Knor.. R tkiw.C. C Kl. Harrow, M Itland uii.l niant other. a AJTTEH' CHICKEN ! 4W M M Cholera Cure )u tfS rtTr (ir l.i , init .Ju. I. .,, I(eaijiuarit H M I S l)ir I.I KIN. ! re. i)-- (.;x ,0 tt in.iv.J.yat.'nlirmiiniSaw m EXPARTE NOTICE. J VtVSA IMh II I im.uk I imoln Luc mt t. oiiri On I'ttitimi - Ji""' tl.-ri- lm-ko- jSv4iSrAt"aTrf.-,'-.3J- - - pts-ipl- e femjrf( (Mi6iL3WEl M'"' 3r -- JWfcC&?& "H$5V5y l j Vb" fiiWVi' .k - "v ,. 9J' $$$& l14 H - xs -- "laSSf v"?t-J ,k ' l JvjjW IL kiSc RAILROAD. "SlS M W W MAIIV I.. I 1 he iietilkmer. hat me thit t Aled ibelr 1 eti. Uon in the Clerk .onVe nf .aid Cmiim, aitkin thai aaid Marj I.. I ay lor be empowered enjoy, ell or toot ey for her own benefit, any nonity he may own or acquire, free from the debt or claimi of her huibaml. to make contract., iue and be .ued a a ungle w oman, trade in her own name and dltpoie nf her on pert) b) ill r deed, ll i mm ordered that notiie of uud acuon he pubhthed in the Interior Journal, a newiaper pnblithed in Stanford. Kentio kt for ten da) .. I.iven under my ham) a. Clerk the aforeiaid Court Ihu Januart ja, lis. lam, J LOUISVILLE AND.NASHVILLE ) V l:II.I . Clerk 2 ZVTL - $ ,j TVOAa H B EJEEfi l.r. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. 1 TITE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE LARGEST AND FINEST i Tin) n ands oi dollars o: Airkcr.s die etcry year from tho' ;ra. It is mote fatal to rhickins thai' til diseases comoinwl. Uui i( -diMOery oi .1 isrinctn um: fwufc curet it has beu ninde, and to be cm vinced of iu eftiency onh rcquirt - ents Ixittlc is' trial ,v nogh i one hjudrvd chickens Ii is gtiai anitfil If, after two thirds i lio-the huver ,o thrro.'cr'i w it'll it '- - i cue for Chu kt .1 ret ,n : to he '.md-- r i o-g u.-tn- SP v M i i' i 'r-'- l' i.ii i n i'l l.Ts--l Sl 1.4 d hn.-obue- n 'ibi'iraj m-n- rsitt)Av 7 1rW3 3 a.slM5Bf"-9- i 7-rs- it, e '. d fftViSlirM.Lt.. I , SOUTH -- 8c Willi. WEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES H K foi-eee the Cantiilti iv.iehfil tin lugtoa. il L'.SKl.Ols enes, or ,ia ihe iii" r- - whs V XSIZ, Ml1 M HN'J.V IN -- yni(PULLL AN PALACE CAIIS. iaOUIbvnie S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- MDFIELB'S Ml W ened from rain bv the mere strenjfth of Ids intf that want of inonuy, men. ammunition, could throw la hi way; an world will uny impartial with joii. he Is the yreutent 111,111 on Mil.uifniii.j nl,. tli ..l..lMl.llta ill .ahc.1' whU'i !.. .huies; they uiw tile tfron.idwoi It hln nletnre nii)i"uis lo tho " to thcni all; a Ivhiitutfe He rlno' .supei-idith. foriato lilt f.irtltude, and a.t Mimiu'iiutfUi lirinir Into mow tlineo great nuaiUie which his modesty keen" eon vr. ii. rnniLMvN. eeulitl " e - ING to rooms: ii jfeniiii eondiut and tt l To Nashville, j ILItKls.v Memphis, Rl si uis Him I I Bal bbb Atlanta Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Oui) JXTOTXCE TO THE CITIZENS I ' eaaseaBar restoATUR a sPEciric tor HISEASES , OF LINCOLN COUNTY. unetliane tn "iiiltni ... ... .,.... - A Oliif.tl .lol.f. JtiwhytH near daatli'a door, I hoard thM sulil Mi f!awcoKi to hot hutlnind "Ite'a all right," rpllxl li'fiiin.e. "He win ftft in." "Why. what tie jruu mean I" "1 met htm M a iookmith's luat wevk wbviu I nttv. kim n aNtiou kuy." , ".I'll- aftei-Dooti,- ARKANSAS SaaMatT N & TEXAS. road ill EMIGRANTS tli hut of liem Sinjckl ritettii i. rcelve aVTreiiaoaiao ibla Cowpaay for mMroataf ,Vc WWr,t,,lM..ATMOUR T. A.. O. . hiMaek. I.oalaillla, Ky. II iviiil r i ii riiuiniic l Ii i It ll M M Ihe t'lHii nf st iiifinl tun tt. d I) nal in u n.illt v iifitmir ur iin ik liu r.i lilt inuilt illuiilil Iiim in itt) lilitt i ti li l li t tin, t imt patron ire nnrt 'e i) r inrrn trliuni it mit unitni ibat h nuirket to lm) urn'ieu un.l dm ar a, tva)t give the highttt in trkct jirue fur vimr We hate added mine ne iimthinerv t" "iir i n m. it ileirtinent and rati mm nili' m.al to mmi ui jicr.on It cannot be cqii tllrd li) in) otlur null In tlili vicinit) We t iili it . trial in our llm r mil ll uieal deinrtmeut in in nir Inn for ! will please i .11 it the Mill, lnn . n r agaftt ttlll rx fuuud at oil lirii.- - wh , will it c the 1 1 ran intf aiipJurT aUit. me. MM inlcei for WPJiN'S OriTHLY li I A hitinr Pnlnnil Oliipprcisrd I."'"1" Oca,,tyd TflTENSTRUATION or SICKNESS. ttkn during rerinirHiKl If ibe CHANnK OP I.tPK, ilnnuiTivlll hoatoldul 3li"Jl,aauK to Wonts," irullcd ftytieua for free. Zliunru.LD IUqulatoii Co., Atlanta, Oa, "UCll A- S- 2i if. Supl.. Slaatfefi:. mv.l'iiTh, u .Mill crt 'r I III! L I' I r 'Miiiii "ii hi iiiaMiji.iai.ii Till ?ff LII-l. A . tXi .. I .' H. "f OVIl'JM M" ! .7K. T! ii t,.J. Jaustf MaiBr siZTj ti ., .! a. i f w. ji'J-- i