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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888112301 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. SIJJm!!!? 'tWVWttfT sspw" rm&mrf f ' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. HUSTON VILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. d888. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, GAHRARDCOUNTY. NO. 82 Sovi'rnl wwUHiijw arc disnisHuil iw bullion tlii'tnpiH, but tlii'i urn prohu-hl- y all mythical. I.. Wllliniiis cIdslmI hix Klilur a few (lays, but lias ri'turni'l incutliiK to tho uiinrKO with new vlor. G. V. Peacock 1m oil" for Toxiw on nn inspecting tour, Hceeher AihiniN, of Ah almnm, who hiw boon vintting u'hittvcH her'f leturitecl homo ycHterduy. A wii'miiii'iitiil meeting in to open at I'ri'Hbytoriau ibuivb ftitntility, tbu over at U o'clock a. m. ami Miiuliiy. Kov. .1. I', ltnntlolph will Khler J. Q. .Montgomery will preach at Hush llruiich chiiivh next Sunday at 11 A. M. fr Damie's meeting at Winchester doted Monday with U' additions. y I will preach at Mnywood next morning at 11 o'clock. J. . Klder George Sim-da- Will Night wrvlces and prayer meetings hen-afte- r u hegin nttWSOnt the IVcs-byteria- olll-eint- c. ehureh. It in said that it requires the l'iblu In II dlHercnt languages to supply the inhabitants of Pennsylvania with the -- Wo have Innl no public iluiiion.slnt-tloyet of ccU'limting tint great "Waterloo tlefent," but will pinlMhlygi' to the gloriilcnllon temperature hemic, the 1th of March, If wo don't fowl all about it. I write on tho night of tho HUh of o Novcmhcr, u night provcihlnl In thin as tho nvant courier of rclcntlm Winter. The Imih at prow nt wcin to intltcnto an adherence to the cMnbliwhiMl n CUHtUtll. Tho youiiK ladlen of the Piiwhyteri. an oliiui'h pro)MM- - giving an entertain-inen- t for the beiietlt of the ehureh on thcovoningni the 'JtHli inat. Thorn; niay promixo theiuttelvesn plcan-nu- t evening. Uriah Dunn in oil South again with a car load of milieu and borne. Mr. Carpenter takes pom'htilon again of her placo jnnt east of town. (i. I. Weather-for- d goe to the old Walter Alideon place, now owned by Will Weatberford. It. S. Carpenter will remain nt the hotel word of God. n A very inteiesting protracted proj-n-at Kphesiin church. Tho paster, Hev. .1. Pike Powers, is bo-l- n r. agisted by . It. U. Moel, of Wiiichester Democriit. Seventy colored pcoplo were baptized in Itlcbmoud Sunday by Hev. Matt. Campbell, of the Irvine street Baptist chun'h. That chunb has between 700 mid K0O inembei-s- . Hicbmond Climax. A pmtnicted meetinfj will bejiiii at the Metbcxllst church next Monday nlulit, to be conducted by the Hr. Morris KvaiiH, for awhile, and aflerwr.nls by Rev. P. W. Nolnml or some otbei meet-iujjisiLin-castepi-do- VihmI preaeher. Pro. H.iiiicm it(h-s from Ptiris to Win- chester Monday, for two lectures Monday and Tuesday nights; and thence to licorp'town for two mou- services Wednesday ami Thursday nights; after thnt, pofslbly, to Lebanon. Paris Kentuck-Ian- . - and entertain tr.uihient giicM. Tho health of our place i not Mirn Hettie Held In not imMIm Ann UuwUSt-n- , a voncra-hi- e proved. and highly cMecincii lady of 70 year la protMhly on her deathbed. I.ittlo .Miiimy Swain startled the town Saturday with a well developed cane of croup, lie hi hotter and with eaio will come through. Wo can't npnro Jim. HUBBLE. The Kenton county grand jury found aatrue bill agaiu-- t Jack Cbiuii.the raci horse man, for cutting with intent to kill M. J. Dowling, a Chicago book, maker. It will be that China cut Howling in the pool sheddur-lu- g the I Jitnnin nuv. Chinn was also indicted for currying concealed weapons. The new census gives the number of Protestant churches In the I'nited States at tcVVVt, Protestant ministers at Win. V. Todd ban moved to U. C. HarrU' farm acrow the creek Swim-broa- d tuld home common c.tttlc at (.5. P, Hright'ri hog have cholera. Pogst hnvo bmkiMi into Prewitt'n nliecp, All the colored people went to D.inville to tho rally. Virgil McClure, of Lexington, paid J. II. Hammond n haxty visit. $-.M. and members at t.00:t.0:w). Taking the Catholic and Mormon population from the total Kptilatiou It leaves This gives one ehim-- fort-ver47:1 including infants and children, and one minister for every 012 of the people. 71.1122 y FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. n Our young folki have CHUthlitihcil u Society at the nchooMiotieo, to meet each Monday night. It i a miccckh, for information and niniiKcineiit., Subject Monday night, "War and Liipior." A. C. Carman 1h improving nlowly. Thof. House was found almost chilled to death in bin jKiml Tuewluy. lie went in to llx a fuueoand it was not as w ami as g wool. Most all our tobacco men arc frdm thin to tdiip their crojw Amhno Ilotirnu shipped '2 acres and got 1(1 cc ntrutll around. !'. Kigney hold Crit Kubanks Koine hog at ."iccntn H)iind. Tom Woods bought (.irccn-berr- y Hright's cattle, 1,100 pounds at 4c. H. C. Harris' little Ivoy is doing all right since the oporatloii by Dr. Johnston. Fell-ciallx-ini- PrewittToiight of Ben King 21 hogsineniging 2o0 iKiundsat !i cents. t sold to Johnson, of W. II. Boyle, a of New York cattle at ,1 cts. FokSaik. 211 No. yearling mules. Call on or address A. K. Denny, Shelby I). N. Pn-wit- car-loa- d 1 City, Ky. The Chicago bulls unloaded their holdings of wheat Tuesday, foieiug to $1.01 and May to $1.08. J. M. Copelaml IsMtght of vaiious parties in this county 145 scrub cattle for which he paid from 2 to :! dents. -- The cuttle market in Cincinnati is dull, with prices running from 11 to 4i Hogs are advancing in price and in demand, hot being quoted at 51. Sheep are steady at 2 to 4. B. F. Hobinsoii has bought in this Boyle - Anderson sold IUmiilk. and (iurnird counties this week .".00 hogs the opera honso to John M. Meyer for 275 pounds at 4 100 acres of land In the West Knd ami weighing fiom 200 to S'KH). Sam Lyons will remain manager to 5 cents. -- J. K. Clay sold to M. Knhn, 200 head ot it- .- Messrs. S, O. Boyle ami W. J. 1,(100 pound cattle and Thos. Ileniy Clay T.vlehavo purchased from Maj. P. P. Johnson his interest in tho Kentucky sold 100 head to wmie at $i".S5. They fed since August and St. ick Farm, thus giving these gouth'mV'ii have been corn sold at 1)1) tnts m- head loss than ollcr-o- l the entire ownership of this popular Prtrls Kentuckian. two iiionthsago. Mock journal. -- J. C. & ! 11. Yoisrsold A. T. Nnnnellvy Isiught the hogs of Woodcock to bogs at ." cents. t.i Helm .t C5. Bn-n- t Burnett. C. B. They also bought of 11 W. U-- :M feed- John Murphy, SampMin, (I. A. Uiekry. A. W. Carpening catth at I cents, weight 1,100 lbs. M.o.Vau-devee- r of Covington, bought of L. ter, Win. Beck, HicbanlCobb. P. C. Tom Ferrill, running in and T. Lillard in) stock sheep at $2.70; of the 2(W to I'.OO HundH, at to slulby Bros., of Lincoln, 20 at $!l and of weight from - 2. S2.7.). W. J. 5 cents. same nt Unlit. MoonMonday On the Lh golds of bis Bates g topped Sboit-hu- theroweio Georgetown tomarketcattle on 500 from 400 about SHI. cattle at pricesavei-.iginLee bought Monday 70 sale. Best feeders of 1,000 to 1,:,00 lbs. Wnkcllcld 1.10, one bunch bringing feeding cattle at .'I to 'AX cents, and also 0 sold at :U to latter figure. Two bunches sold at broke mules at $100 to $120. Advocate. the Ic and one at Jl.70; yearlings 2.70 audit, Id-p- i to tho ouestion'Whatsball and calves $111.50 per head. Yearling mules $.'i(l to ShO. the paity do now?" the Courier-Journanswer, stand j frays: lb icily, wo should Syrup of Figs by Its guns, pick its Hint, ami noiu iikcu ready to try it again when tho time Is NatUTo' own truo laxative. It i tho comes. Tho republicans do not win, moit eAily taken, and tbo most ami the democrats do not lose, on any remedy known to Clcanso tho Systom dearly defined organic issue between when Bilious or Uostivo; to dipcl Headtho two parties, although it is true that aches, Coldi, and Fevers; to Cure Habitwo are nearer having an issue than for ual Constipation, Indigestion, Tiles, etc. many vears; and therefore no democrat Manufactured only by tho California Fig who believes in. something, and is not Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. up 6r down, according as tho political For sale by A. 11. Penny, Stanford. cat happens to jump for the time being, The Only Perfect Remedy need bo moro than temporari'. depressed by tho result of tho election. Ours is For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and n free government based on popular sov- kindred ills is tho famous California liquid ereignty. What a majority of tho peo- fruit rcmody, Syrup of Figs. It strengthple decido to have, tho minority can al- ens as well as cleanses tho system, it is ways Btnnd. Tho country was never in easily taken, and perfectly harmless. a hlghor state of prospority, or more one For 6alo by A. 11. Poiuiy, Stanford. villi itself, than it is now and will be MommotbCavo is Kentucky's great left by tho democnitle party when it goes pride; but Kentucky also boasts of other out of power the ith of next March. wonderful Guuter's magic chicken choleNear Cumberland Furnace, Dickson ra cure. Sold by McHobei ts it Stagg. 2t . county, Tenn., Geo. Tally shot and killed , poiiiive cure for Shltoli'. Caiartli Kcnicd)-Dr. Ja'niPs G. Brake, his iainily phvsi- sti-wai1 n. iu ' al ofll-ctlv- o Death or Little Ella Lcc Vaughan. Hiciimomi, V., Nov. 'JL Kiln Lee Several gentlemen from the mounI. X. Vrttnx. tain counties, who were on tho light died this nftei noon. There Is liardlyanotheraunouiicement side of the boom out there, arc- now in our midst for the purpose of inventing in that could have canned a fdmrpcr pangt of sorrow to our heart than the above lauds here. AND GOODS. W. McClulIan Johnston, a rising young brief dispatch, for wo loved dear little Klin Lee, the only daughter of an only, attorney of our town, will bo married next Thursday afternoon'to Miss Mamie Hintor, as we never loved anvotherehlbl. We Invite Attention to our Complete and Carefully Selected Hare, of Jessamine county. Another Nearly three .'years ago kIii-- was taken Stock Of ..1.1..- 11110 1...1 ..t.i... i!..... uuui.Ni- ...i iiiiiiiiiiiuaiorv nun 11 iiui wedding in a few days. Now guess. K. I). Bishop have rheumatism, which conliued her at the W.S.Miller and associated themselves together and will point of death for a long time, but fdici last Hjtring to in-- ! soon open a confectionery, fruit and toy improved Hiillii-ientiHpire the hojie that the would outgrow store. They will occupy the north corner store room iiniler Miller's Hotel. the disease nnd become her bright nud CuiTs, Kvery thing will be blight and fresh, linppy little self again. Believing that a neat and now. Their larg;- - stock, inclu- change of climate and surroundings ding everything needful for the holi- would benefit her, we induced her par- -' days, will be here in a few days. Keep outs to let her come to Kentucky and the summer with us. The result! youruyuon this column for their openwas for a time all that our most nrdent ing announcement, Collector Thos. S. Itronston spent a desire for her welfare could hope and the , day or two here this week. He takes little creatine with her artless and lov-iug ways soon entwined herself into the the recent political defeat like a philoso' pher. He is justly proud of the condi- hearts of each member of the household. Hemaikably bright and intelligent be-- j tion of the revenue service in this district and is satisfied with his iccord as yond her years, yet with the simple and an olllcer. The colonel is an exceeding- winning ways of a child, little Kiln Lee ly pleasant gentleman and an entertain- was company even for grown people and ing talker. His tirst vote was cast for during her stay here many a heart wab dntw 11 to her, how strongly is shown by (ieii. Hariisou's grandfather. Wo have several citizens who are expressions of deep regret from everyauthority on tho code. Our code, how- body w ho met her. When she left us in ever, dillcrs in some points from others. October some symptoms of her old trou- Comprising Extensivejlines of Newest and most Fashionable Ladies' ble were apparent, but she bore up well Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes, Rubbers, I n addition to secrinds, we sometimes ha and fourths ami sometimes twen- for two or three weeks, when she was Overshoes, Etc. Men's rubber's at 25c, Ladies' do. 25, Misses' 25. tieths, and they generally all take a again taken down never to rise ngain. baud. We usually make our own ar- All that loving hearts could do, or the ! rangements for our "affairs," without most eminent physicians could accomplish was done for the little sufferer, but anv assistance fioin the press, leaving the interviewer to got in his work after with little avail. The remorseless mon No one soil you RESPECTABLE Goods Choapor. We the burying. We are all "gentlemen," ster would not unloose his hold, and the our willing if you find little darling, whonc life brightened all and all subject to the code. NEARLY in Good. with whom she came in contact, loaned The Pall Mall Gazette thus describes to us for so brief a season, went to her bow tenibly the murdered women are home with the angels. It is fcullish to mutilated who have recently been killed wish her back in this world of sullerlng by unknown fiends--, whose- deeds have and soi row, but it is so hard to give her Viewed from any standpoint. Nothimr better can be had. Now you know set all London aghast: "The woman lay up and so agonizing to think that that ua and the Goods, for we have told jou the Truth without misrepreon her back on the bed entirely naked. warm little heart is now stilled forever, sentation. Her throat was cut from ear to ear, right that in that erstwhile happy home in down to the spinal column. The cars Hichmond she lies a corpse, dressed for TBTST and nose had been cut clean off. The the cold and silent tomb, and to know- breasts had also been cut cleanly off that the mournful privilege of looking a and placed on a table which was by the last tune on that lovely face is denied us. side of the bed. The stomach and abdo- She was almost idolized by her parents men bad been ripped open, while the and though they gratified every wish face was slashed about so that the fea- that she had, she did not become spoiltures of the poor crcat tiro were beyond ed, as children usually do. We know all recognition. The kidneys and heart how their hearts are bleeding y for had also been removed from the body the loss of their first-borand our symand placed on the table by the side of pathy goes to them in the dark hour of i their great bereavement. May God susthe breasts. The liver had likewise removed and laid on the right thigh. No tain them ami make them to feel that portion of the body, however, had been "The IxDrd giveth and the Lord taketh taken away by the murderer. The thighs away, blessed be the nnine of the Lord." bad been cut. A more horrible or sickOur readers will bear with us, who are ening sight could not be imagined. The not given to parading family affairs the public, for it is some consolation clothes of the woman weie lying by the side of the bed, as though they had been and comfort to write about the precious taken off and laid down in the ordinary little darling, so dear to our heart, and who came into our life like a bright and manlier. happy dream. Many are the sweet recFive persons perished in a burning ollections of her visit, which will alwavs e. dwelling at .Judge Morton instructed the Fay- hang like a happy halo around memory's ette grand jury not to bring indictments brightest joys. Although barely 12 years, against houses of ill fame. They must of age and therefore too voting and tool in-- 1 live, he said, and it was butter that they pure to need to accept the .Savior to sure her a place at II is right hand, a lit-- , should be permitted to congiegate in some unlet place where they would not tie incident comes to our mind now with vivid distinctness, which will fall like bo a nuisance to the public. crumbs of comfort on the bleeding heaits Phil Thompson doesn'tsee how there Kn can be a hostile meeting between Joe of them to whom she was all in all. route to Hock Castle Springs last sumBlackbuin and Judge Hucker. Where Phil can't see a way to tight there is no mer, she was our only companion in the been chatting way. In the light of such expert testi- stage journey. She had with her usual brightness and vivacity, let us dismiss all apprehension mony, as the shades of night began to fall . and $o about our business. Louisville but KEISTTTJCE:--nud mantle of daiknofrs to Times. wrap the mountains and valleys along Bucklen's Arnica Salve. the road, a sadness seemed to come over The bell dive in the world lor cuts, bruises mind wandered to heavenly sure, ulcers, .ilt rheum, fewr orw, tetter, chap-pu- her and her chilblain, conuarul alt tkin erup- things. After a bilence of some durallanJ, -SE- ASONABLE-gOODS.tion, and potulvcly cure pllm, or no pay re- tion she said in great earnestness, "Puquired. It in pur.inteed to (rive perfect tatislac-liock- Billy, I am going to join tbo church or money refundcJ l'nce 15ccnUper box. just as soon as 1 go home." We encourFor .ilc by A. R t'enny, Stanford, Ky aged her as best we could, and talked n long time with her about it. She said Is Consumption Incurable ? she knew it would make her papa ami NewIluad the following: Mr C II. Murrli, ark, Ark , Miy. "Wa down with Abceis of mamnin glad for her to belong to tho the hunt;, ainlfrkiuK.mil pli)iclany pronouncsame church with them, and she wanted j ed me inc an Incurable coiiMimptiw llce;in to make them as happy as she could. llr Kltijj'gXcw Dltcoxery for Consumption, Dear little mature, to make people the tn now on my third bottlu and able tuowrstc to have been her miswork on my farm. It U the tinot medicine cer happy made ' Jese MUUIIewart, Decatur, Ohio, ay: sion in this world and wj feel at this "Had It not bceu for Or Klnj?' JffW I)lc,ocry moment tho full force of the lines: for Consumption I would h.nu died of Lung 'Tis belter to lue 'otcd and lot now TrnublvK. SEASONABLE STYLES IN FALL ' WINTER MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts, Collars. Neckwear, &c. ' ' In All the Approved Styles from 50c to $5. The Largest Stock of TRUNKS & VALISES In this Section of the Country. ' FOOTWEA IR,., can anyone can Qualities vt-thir- THE PRICES ARE LOW doubt as to meet prices THESE GOODS ARE BARGAINS. US, PBOVE TJS, BE GLAD. Respectfully, CALDWELL & LANIER to-da- Ik-ci- be-fo- n- T. R. WALTON MAO SOMERSET STREETS. Lec-vill- e STANFORD, d n tak-ln- Currants, Citron, Haisins, Figs, Concentrated Coooanut, Celatine, Corn Staron, Chooolate, Extraots, &c. in the A R hot of health.'1 I'enn' druftorc 1 Vut rhqix up by doctors. Am Sample bottles free nt Thin ncer to have lined at all " May all who loved her here meet her again in a joyful family reunion in "tho Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Maccaroni, Cheese, Dried Beef, Canned Goods Generally. Sausage Grinders, Butcher Knives, Sage, Cayenne and Electric Bitters. This remedy becmnin in well known and so popular n to need no special mention All who have used Klectric Hitters Ing the tame son); of praise. A purer medicine doe not exist and it Is guaranteed In do all that Is claimed. Klcctric Hitters will cure all dlteasen of tlic I.hcr und Kidneys, will remote Pimples, Rolls, Salt Rheum and other affections earned by impure blood. Will drhe Malaria from the Mstcm and precnt as well as cure all Malarial Fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Ulcc-triHitters KntireJ s itixfaction KAiirantccd or money refunded. Trice 50c and Jl per bottle A. It l,enn'sdrus store. e. 11 laud that is brighter than day." Whatli iweetrr than ruses 1 lint bloom in tho beauty of J une f Or the stttely and fr.13r.111t lilies Whose bells ring a summer tune ? Ah, sweeter the roi.es blowing On the chifks of those we love, And the 111)' of health that s glowing 1 lie Black Pepper. Sweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, Honey, &c. cheels red roe lioe. The Rev Oeo. It. Thayer, of llourbon, Ind. saysi "Doth m)clf and wifo oue out litrs to Shiloh's Consumption Cur. McKoberta & Stase Stanford, Ky.; Crow. V Co., McKinncy, Ky.; I', W. (ones Crub Orchard, Ky m Hut how soon the lily and the rose wither In the faces of our American women. Why is it f Simply bec.iuesomaiiy of them are vlcllmsof weaknesses, Irregularities and functional derangement inciIf they would use Dr. I'ierce's dental 10 the l'atorite Irecripllon ull these beauty and health dc.troj injf ailments mijliljie warded otf, and we .would hear less about wmnen"growinf old before their time." To regulate the iltomuch, liver and bowels, Dr. I'ierce's I'cllcls excel. One a dose. n. JgjpPfices always reasonable and goods itrst-cIass.J- Pfl a.R.AVArrox. .I tmii "" daughter. ..'., the soft inipcachiiieiit. .Ion IHIII IV llftl!) III C'llIirLTUIl i.:., MllII HIV puiih Brriko admitted Mcllob and Cmler-Mouth- . crtt A; Stajrif, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow .V Co., McKln-neKy.J t:. W.Joiicj, Crab Orchard, Ky. Catarrh, y, Are you made miserable by Iudije.tion, Const! Why will you couch when patton, Dlixiness, Loss of Appetite, Veilow Skin? Shiloh's Vilaliier Is a positive cure, McRobcrts k'lse immediate relief! Price Stage, Suss, Stanford, Kjr.; Crow & Co , McKinncy McKobert& Ky.; 12. Stanford, McKinney, W.J ones, Ky.; K. W Jones. Crab Orchard, Ky. t Shi'oh's Cure will toe, joe and Ji.oo. Ky., Crow .V Co, Crab Orchard, Ky L JJi 1- - VLi"l--JL- - I J Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourkul wT.. ! J,S.;:uw.r; oiK c. v,., OrAUHU, 1... u, ...... ..... 01 -- . W. I3. WALTON. lb r fc .T confidently looks Tin: Courier-JournI to see the republican paity break down t have tnir in its attempt to govern tin' country. It hnl the lumber ,ir.l of v ' '"'syard ill thr" one pur. Ii.im-- " i.f Mr ' "'". ir. n" is still a war party. It is not for nationu big ( v.ill llcmidcsft lumber in rottjfh and al uses, or for a state of pence. Its animl..w,he. J.M,r,.inl.l.mtlc.u .1,rli.,.of tin- .i,ut lrr.eit. .m.i a,j,. mating spark is a malign spirit of domimrmeriv K Mr.We.,,en. nation caught from tho dying brands of it was the hectional triumph of which H M-' i ' KCMcrtlPT luckv accident. Its cohesive principle is tinned democratic teaching, not by tics- - drenching rain. -' job-lurJudge Withers shot and killud a no- Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, n system of legalized robbery and hide the perateand futile attempts to . .. i tmiti .......... fur liiuiiliiii'i In born of the war, which appeals to real policy Ol... tlClllOCniUC mttv nuni ufu :.. in U10 sTANIOUD, KY. and the pledge of a jnjtnt0 tlc publicans, that success fori his family and prowling around his organized capital, Will keep constantly on hand a krgc aid ulcct Kre of Furniture Hystem of agrarian pillage, given to an tj10 ,it.m,K.nu.v 0f Virginia can he made house after dark. V!I drilled tu urJor .slid Pump liirni'l'iM " with whom army of and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo us low as such goods The Somerset Keporter printed the factory pricr. 3 r name of everv man in Pulaski that voted proposes to dgraeo the American sol- can be bought in the cities. Give mo a trial and you will be con-- i roll of honor, the pension list. It! Tin: Court of Appeals has rendensl a the prohibition ticket, and it didn't take dier's vinced that I sell lowor than tho lowest. has no fixed ideas of convictions, but is ' decision atlirming tlio action of tho low much space either. Only 7 presidents of tho FnitedStates merely an aggregation of all that is spu er court setting aside a fraudulent sale scrub, Dr. have been These are Washrious' and fanciful in morals, of all that made by tho sweet-scenteSTANKOKH, KV. , is false and vicious in economics, of all Godfrey Hunter, who now misrepresents ington, Jeirerson, Madison, Monroe,.lack-sonOltirn on Lancaster Urcct, in room riM't'tly r and corrupt in meth- theJM district in Congress. It seems Lincoln and Grant. catcd by Dr. V. II I'eiin) that is Of tho Businosf of Mm. J. ?. WEAKEN, dealer in ods. It is, where it is best, a maudlin that the doctor, who had procureda penJames T. Alvey, aged W years, a on the L. & X., was killed hentimentalist, and, where it is worst, sion for the widow of a dead soldier, got track-walkan adventurer and n sharper, trading most of it himself by selling her l;l acres Monday night, three miles north of Xew t . niifT f.im Kfroaf. Statlf.. upon the passions of such fools as it is of land for$KK) that were not worth $l.r0, Haven, by a freight train. ... ft-- ' .... (anaa b Ati 1rtftr iipm to W II lliguins' rculcrcr. Al. ihe able to bamboozle, buy or bully. It can she relying on his honor and judgment Lord Sack ville goes as British Min- Iiirc lient l.r, mm oicupicil uy Sir. J V llavis lime mikI 1'iMsttsinii totit not last. It may wreck the country; but e'ltiielv. The decision is pretty severe ister to Spain. The Washington mis- - Utter on Nov. nth.lumi'U given Hi nnvItOI.MlUi, to CartH, Mil!.. I.OI'I'IK .Dunyllle, Ky on Hunter, but that won't hurt him with jsjon 1S ot,e tendered to Lord Vivian, 7Vtf it will surely wreck itself. his party. At least that party has never Hiiti-l- i Minister at Brussels, TiiEiiF.isa growing feeling of distrust refused to honor another of its inembeis .John Pfloin shot mid killed Kate . for tho system of electors, since the pop- whose actions were st verely criticized by Malescli, a widow, at Freeport, Minn, ular majority is frequently ignored and the same court a few years ago. He was in love with her and she had bunlr-r- , 'I'M iinuic fiiteurii and, innvim-- u the minority candidate declared presiaroused his jealousy at a ball. r of the Cincinnati raving I'nnners of our Federal Tin: dent, but the South Carolina's otllcial vote shows t o Commercial-GazattmueU extent of tho law. is giving liimsolf constitution were wise and a majority for Cleveland of .V08., an inI tSHD l. HOI'I'KK men and in providing for tho electoral much concern over tlio Southern ques- crease of over 4,001). If Fisk got any T. llll. I.. .McKOIIKIITSjK M.S. IIA ll.ll.MAN, I..M. Harrows, Plows, Oultivatsrs, Engines, Threahln; Machinca, Clover KOIII I.H IIKUCK reaons. tion. There is no .Southern question votes they fail to appear in the otlicial S II McAI.ISITK. college were governed by three S.H. IIAUtillMAN, SHANKS. Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Powers, Hiy, would give equality and co that needs Federal interference and any list. HK.NK llAfOHMAN, A M KM.ANDl First, it I.MRS. K.T I'KXl'i: Grain, Scocl3, Coal, &c, equality to the several States Second, attempt made by the republicans to open V. v. Druuiiiiontl, once supre.ue it would insure perpetually "such equal-- 1 up questions long ago settled there, by imW 0f Ctah, dropiK-- dead in a Chiiiv III 'il !n h are c rtl nl XUnuf c- .re clci tvl fruni i'im mi t t U o mtntif For several vears he had A New itvand coH'iuality anil iiroerve State resorting to the methods that prevailed n Feed and Sab Stable!; autonomy. Third, it would insure the after the war, will result disa.storously. iK.en a tirunken pauper. A woma n country a presiilent wlio was neiin- - The fcouthern people will not permit a ,irajiKetl him down. I k 'util on pur h.iu'd the rule, even if they ' who had been guilty of j return to carpet-bagge- r er n felon Samuel Holmes.a well known plant thai crime after the people bad voted for elet- - have to heek.ilesper.ite means to pre. cr of Fort Smith, Ark., while drunk at-- 1 , ........ ., tors, nor demented, if properly carried vent it. UlCKeii ins rormerlv otrunlcJ l' I I llriut. tint niorp ip- , out. Voting for a president and vice- who scizcil a shot gun ami tired at Dim. ccmly (ij Jiilin , CarjJnter vla haw put Xemm.v every little whipper-snappe- r ,",n,h"'K " '"' president direct would be centralizing, Hohnes dropped dead. k'lnJ.'TSrar"!' '' "'" j of a republican who ran for Congress and in a few vears local The inauguration of President-elec- t revolution-- , and got gloriously left is trumping up Harrison will surpass all former ones in Now Stock of First-Clas- s Buggies, would be ignored. .It would upon which to Surrey3, &C, i.. ,mr suit.! t.oliticul iiinehiiierv and the excusesa and technicalitiesCongress. The elalKinite nreparation and magnitude., contest before make Federal constitution itself. Tension building has been reserved Ami am prr,irri! to .Uumiii.idilf .ill whn in j iwimn fjf tliia !u tu'rufnlil. Tlll riMlllllIU ; Thi' (Uvor nif ith their luiiru.iKr Live m a truil fortheinaugur.il ball. J N. MKSKKI K lt iov. Ih'iKXint's thanksgiving proela-- ! isms need to increase their majority, In Washington county, a little airl t . ..n.l ;.. ..l. .nut .: l ...1.!nt. ... ...n .it. ...!. ... l.r. viliiul iiii, ...... mi , ... .,,.. in uii ivii IliailOII IM MHTk IIIIU .n lliu JKJlui. it' llllicil - liiu in .1.,. .mt... " , the contestant gets big pay for making l'lirs 'u; . "It having become a cus-,l la,W i....tt.. ,.f """"f 3STEW :.:.J,.,wl 1... r..,...,t nhs..rv?.n,.o tl... ..1 1 IntL.r U tl... l.i.n.oM item water setting on the kitchin hearth ami Aeuinps. I ..in Ai;r I for I he for tlie people of the Commonwealth to to the poverty-stricke. died almost ; devote a particular dnv to the duty of, When F. S. l.ucas, of Chicago, set B rJulIaiit Kentucky lepubhc.ui, who Hrivin. secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch- COAL ..ivJn.r tlmnks t.. the Sntiniiiii) lielnir for " "I ad- - about committing suicide he shot himof the benefits conferred upon mankind, I Wiis crushed bv an. avalanche , 1.. an .1.. f self in the bead, severed the arteries at Anil will W--i itCutwUHti) iilh.i.Jn Ml M) yard, ... .. I ." and dispatch, fully insured. 3pcctacle3 and Eye Glasses to isuit the in bmnlmil designate Thursday, the 29th day verm .,' imyuiuy, o as .fti.-,- wuuum-ohereby Conthe wrists, cut his throat and slushed his eve. November, to be s.a apart to bo 0J,. U'd not to contest for the sea.t in have haul so plain-..- t temples. He succeeded. Also Llmo, Sand and Hair. served in such manner as each individu-- , rcfiS llls nJiistituente The Wbitechapel (Uinion) murderly he must not occupy. W e refer to Col. ,, Ohf hmi OH. II i ...i,,,. HIOOINS, JOHN .iniJArmstead .Miller Suope, tho handsomest !er has gotten in his ml victim in the fr) it ,!.!.V.u.,.r m- u. Mmifonl. tho .......... f, whom he person of another prostitute, wo lmvo received ",1l Everest republican in Kentucky, verso for tho blessin-ialways and ever excepting John W. Yer-- . mutilated in the same manner as do- ., u: ,,. t . . I i iV JIM K..ti.ia T l ftiii'r " ; IZDIE-UGrGKESsciioeu on our nr.i Ucs, ol liauvilie. R. B. Itticker-lJlackbkilled hnsineN con. The 0onr Carmicliaol, a convict, j hUCCKS-sOTO Tai.ki.vo about war, here it comes in Otianl ISreshum with a Mtoiieattheiiinip tinues to till tlienewspipeis, which since of the Monti-- 1 ,,t.nr Sumiysiile, (in., and, with other tiieulectionatv hard up for items. It earnest. Hrer. Thomas M'MICHAEL, .THE HATTER, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, .escaped. The pursuing posse (&turns out that Uueker is far from bcim.Mfisllo Signal, speaks of the editor of the 611 4TH AVENUE, f FANCY ARTICLES, &C. described and thoso who' Columbia Herald as "a lying, contempti- - riddled him with bullet. the lire-eat' wiru .iHHir' PUIS" vy d scoundrel, who does not V iVrl2,vl- Wednesday's bulletin from Jackson LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. know him say there is no danger of a hie, eases :; deaths 2; total j hostile meeting between him and our deserve the ruspect of a dog." The ville reads: X-business will sink in- wises UHit; total deaths lV). Of the new j , .mnj.rt junior Senator. He is said to be of a lJlackhtirn-Uuek- er 'a if The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ami is given to to iiihignillcuuce uhen this battle gets ises I was white. Tl e weather is cold j chihs who "know-it-all- " Oil. viocV of anil a heavy rain htorm prevails. drawing a lout' bow and bragging of THE LAnCSST STOCK OF V.'ATCHES, with public men. Xenr Uilbert's Station, in Albemarle! Tin: olliciul returns show thatliov. JEVELRY & SILVERWARE. .lc('iiiiry's nhiralitvis 1,.M, the nioun- - County, Va., l'ortertleld Brock was shot .. . . : i Till: ollivial voto oi Xew York shown markit. l'ricc. luwcr ihjn wnv xUvii'tiing out lurtlier for Kw-- , and killed by ins sou, wno auerwarn tain tht l.jvi'c.t. W .iti h., Cl' lit and Jr ilrj tr that Harrison received H4U,U-- votett. HI than wiw tvpoiittd. Xooe raceived blew out his own brains. The old man j ' .I'll-I'vcr hrmij;!'' t" U "' H. oh .hori ni.ti c rfii'l .arr.'-ilnl Cleveland tc;,71.'nnd FUk SO.lW-- ', milk- 012. t ItDttt bulb competitors was about to marry again and the boy tlio woiM rciioii. agHinst ing Harrison's plundity '.,:W, objected. Uetltv'r Si:7 oies. KNGX & JOHN B. STETSON & JO'S. HATS ClevOland'rt of 1,1 1" four years ago. (5o. William Henry llarrin was defeat-- ; Hill's majority is IS.IlM anil tlioro were Iris sent out from Washington that other, And a omy wn im rt itiuii of Unl'' f,, f.,mimHN Louisiana tlie Inn- "I ( anct and i (i.OOO le.s votes cnt in the uuboriiatorial Phil Thompson has won another suit (,,v a1(l yJ;lor,jllV ; Christian county, and Cupt An ,..,.: iinrrivn f(.ll from a waaon and CeU'tirut. I I'lnlirvlU alw.iy oil lund 1'ine in th presiilontial. The race than with a ?10,00nfoe, makingnscoroormore K' gain about o.OOO over St. of such in a year or such a matter. Our ,)r'oke ,iH IHH.k Another lien Harrison SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, A CARD TO .THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. John's vote, which was ''5,00ii. Phil is getting too rich for any tiling, if jsa mtle mon) ,lu.ky. ,)icvialty Vu 0rdc r.'porU ba true. Olliuiul ntturns from the late elee-- , ij,.i,f my mIi. hvi, iwrfni ruti.ru tian John C. Xr.w, of Indianapolis, who is Ohio to he tce.I limit Iml t.iorU.m MlllllV HAT . ivr Tl iitiitsikv . tioil Show the toUll VOte ill him ntinniiitiil I'll lull supposed from h's close relations to Hen ... v.. 1.1... .in . .. ilttt-il- it . . . . .. flM... Km mi "'" t fnc ,L'V"". "', ' '" 10 (VW1 li.ua Harrison to know what he is talking Hulford, managing editor of. the Imliun-!"-'-- i 1889. CI.. ..f -- u..I., oi. ..,,.,...,.,.. u. about, gives the democratic oflico bold- - apolis Journal, to be Ins private secreta- - m-Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly ccuupied by than in 18S4. 1 he total labor vote is ers this crumb of comfort: "I do not be-- 1 ry. The appointee is a bloody Kiiglish., ' tho lrolnbition yotu 1.1,4.0. Bakery, Restaurant and hastoj man, with a newspaper experience of 23 :'."- Mr. Penny, iu STANFORD, a First-Cla3- 3 lievo that there will be any great -- The latest is that Presideiitnnd Mir. :.. i...,n,...tJ They will keep constantly on hand every- ..,. ..... ,......w, ...w. California Fruit Storo. ..... ....... .....H IM.lsrilA'IKI). Cleveland will sail for Ku rope about .May will be no clean sweep. The gieater thing in their line, such a3 Broad, Rolls, Pies, 0ake3 and the Best of Hotii sides continue to claim the gov-- 1 l aniviug in Paris in time to attend the number of changes and those first made Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals servo. I at any hour. eruorshii) and the legislature of est Kxnositiou. On their return to this tmrulv 'tc. IliirpcrV .M.tRaiiU' l the nin will be in tint postal set vice." . 1....1 nun iivHv ii 11. ... lrgiuia, but it m about settled that couuiry. .ttr. levcmm. ...:n i..,.,n..... .,r.,L- idiiiiiik tll,.atlractl0, riiuimui. be a ,lott n04 r,m Igg9Wi an American mriry, entitled "Jupiter Tin: press boys generally will be glad Cleveland gct the electoral vote of the ideiltof one of the lllOSt prosperous el Constance K WooLon; illuitratloniiif islitu," by ar to know that C. M. Meacham will bo one State and that keeps the Solid South in banks in New York. II. A. Abbev: Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, ly 'I. de brother of the tide un Russia ilhmtraltd Ciin.iila 4tid'liiuNtriin, of them again. Ho has purchased his line. J. C. Arnold, the n cli.ira. nn tlit Dominion nf paper Wholesale and Retail. of Judge Little, who killed n sleep- teriktic kerinl dv Charlcii Ilmllev Viirner; lliree love, tlie Hoiikinsvillo South Ken- slayer old Joi: Pit tcKitrit.v may be pretty bandy "Norwegian Stiidiek" liy IIjoriiMJcrne lljorn-on- , tuckian, from his late partner, W. A.i' with a pistol, but a cowboy is mighty ing car porter near lirainie, Wyoming, illnttr.Ued i 'fominodii," it lintoncal play ty It. illmtrated liy the autlnir nf adjudged insane. Ho was from Wcjcui'lin, MC 'I lie Hdltnr1.1l lleurtmuni J are Wilgus, who has conducted the paper in bid medicine. So if lie is as wise as a has been county and is the same man condnctril hy Cicornc William Curtis William Meacli-- ' a most creditable manner during serpent he will continue to shout witli Jessamine Dean llimcll and (h.irlc DtiiMny Wurtier who was sent to jail for a year for trying am's absence of a year. his mouth at long range. It is safer. duto kill the commonwealth's attorney ! Cou W. M. Hitt, the light of whoso It is said that a messenger bearing a ring the trial of his brother. I'er Ynnr: column was obscured much during the challenge to mortal combat is (lying as ? that a determined cllbrl It is stated election times, lias come from under the fast as the cars can take him from Ruek-e- r will be made on the assembling of tho lluricr' .Masarim cloud and now shines forth brightcrthan to Ulackbiiru. lint there will be 110 new congress to make a reduction of the Harper's lla'ar. ....... ,.. Harper' ever. It is one good thing that is left us light. You can gamble on that. tax on whisky, probably reducing it ."0 Harper's Young 1'enplo general Blinking, up of nil our in the H jBMiMjiMBBiMMBMMiMrlj-L-lag- . l! I i niii .n tin. ..iIIiim. The leaders on the I'uMuge (rec to alt Mihu! r in tliv I ii. i d ', hopes. NEWS CONDENSED. republican side see tho necessity for an Sl.llluli Canada - Mexico. Tiiu Louisville Post publishes a letter Tues- early reduction of the revenues anil mn- - j Senator Colquitt was from Woiser, the man who hung the day without opposition. ny are in favor of making a partial re-- 1 'I lie viilniiien of the Manaine lieKin with lit N'iimlier for June .mil December of eacli year Dilger jury, which shows the dense stu00,1 i:t plu- duction in this manner. Alabama gives Cleveland When no time in kpecifird, nWrition. will Committee j wild the number current at the tiuio of receipt of The Notional Prohibition pidity of the creature and calls aloud for rality. Fisk's vote iti "s:i. order. in December. a change in our jury system, which Jlisslssippi's otlicial loturns give will meet in Ilniind llriier' Maitarfne, The committee will (onsist of two dele v:ir back,oluiiieiiofvluth bimlini;. will lie for thrrc places a premium on ignorance. Cleveland So, I'll, Harrison '.',0,0M, Fisk Kent liy in ne.it object of m.iil notlimid on rcccifit of Jt per volume. I loth gates from each State anil the i 18, liindini; 30 cent e.tch, by mail, pottp.lld ea.eii for Cot. Dan Lajioxt is a "bigcr" man Carlisle's ollicial plurality is li.lL'l)' the meeting is to dftcuss waysand means than old Cleveland at least in tlio eyes and his majority over both his coinpotit for the future prohibition campaign Index In Harper' Matriirinc, alphabetical, claoilied, for voluniet i to 70, inclusive, of the women. He has just become tlie throughout tlie rnion. Tlie object in from June, 1850, to June, 18S5, one vuliinie. Sv.., 01 s 0,8 ID. clotli, $. parent of a blooming heir, while tho latA K. C. freight stiuck and instantly .meeting in Louisville, riglit in the line; .hoiild lie made liy jnuolllce 111011 ter hasn't oven a prospect. g center, is to show the killed S. C. Wbitford, aged 7 and deaf, cynnleror draft to avoid ctiauce uflotv whlfky men that the workers In tho CtKVKtA.vn'h plurality in Connecticut at IUttler, Monday. Nctvumpern are not toeepy tbU adrerlieinent -- ).in Thomas, a very bad Niehohi-vill- e cause ai-- Mill active ami that prohjbi-- 1 wiihiiiit the exprot order of Harper it llrothert. x not as large "as a barn door, but it w ill even ma Kentucky negro, was stahb.-through the tmn M'litimi nt esiits r Milli. It Is ."Hi I. Fisk got MEM, "SIT A.l.lr... IMHIMRiV llllflTHKItS,N. t Virk. I'limmuiiity. lu.ii't liy ttii t In r nvarlv 'I a '' "'t lobiiV vote. tricts lost by the democracy mm. Then the irreat i.ssuo was concealed ,nni, ,B,IonH,t i'liu democratic vote fell off 50,000. This year taritl was talked unceasingly in the press and on the bus- titles. It was on the lips of everybody. It excluded nearly everything else. Mil- hoiieisin was rarely mentioned. The tar-is ill" was the. paramount, . .1 .. l..s suo. A mi lfi!l nil WUH num-i- i wr uiu iloiiioemti. ami lur democratic reproson -- .. .. ..it... HI l i OMIIU'W fii: !.,. ...i.i.l friii iaUVf n.i. tuotoeight. The icaoii is plain. Vir- Kiuin is democratic. Her people love great democratic principles. It is by con i . j Fisk got (11 votes in Casey. Cleveland's majority in Virginia is two years but l,KVi, orA,iVM as against four years ' '..t JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. riiormiKhly Itenevnuti, ami, Keiurnin.u, run- ,, iy find tilcfit cl I'nrc ami Kwwnsb c t'r Trains are met by Polite Porler'ol thi Popular .Home, MEW FURNITURE is STORE ijnou; fl llgO. ' , ' Hhode Island hasabollshcd tlio prop- ertv tinahtleation for voting bvntiiuuonii . llieilt to the constitution. Two negro brothers were handed at Witcbita, Kansas. 'Wednesday for the, murder of two white brothers. , It Is thoitirlit that President Clove-lllltWKjiivf in ijiiii- nti.l i liii muu tit m- - t.n l irross will make the taritl' reduction issue iviniinniinl I ,.. , . a., In the vicinity in snow fell Monday night to the depth of two inches, followed by sleet audit! M&'QK'AVVTVMAW ; i. lor-if- ' & t ISk ' LITMBEB. YAR3D '"' r J J Itf & R fl - tr. ' ... ,jM,j - r. JJiiKl ... rii-nmi- j camp-follower- if SURGEON DENTIST, d GEO. D. WEAREN, Carriages, Road Carts, Speeding time-servin- g Mang'r COTTAGE FOR RENT!. mi . . 2 Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, j j POSTED. Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Log Wagons, lire-eate- far-seei- nrraKiVnHMw Harness, Wagon Harness, Reapers, Mowers, Hay Rnltes, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, i -- t ,,,,.. -! - fay, , ' rrr niMi-i-iii-i"- .'. .c Depot Street, StAlllbrd. PLEASE OBSBRYE r-.- ,. M'ROBERTSSTAGG A WVJfJL, it j I AsSiBTMll'INT . j . n "'. 't0 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, COA.I YARD. AND SILVERWARE. inst-uitly- SUPERIOR LILY 1 Wn,f ;t , j s j Ac "& PENITT. Sz ( GEOGHEGAN, urn JEWELEB, - ! ivt er low-bre- lIiU LarsiHft,.- 2. j FALL HATS, . , ' clen-Ul- I IMi-r- d j ' ,. :" , ! ts jsNEWI NEW! NEW. ''"' V ' ' ... .... ' i ". .- -.. '' ,., ' Ti..lvim. Harper's Magazine, Ii ,95KMME19 i , 11 "uu,t - 11 1 uneit FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE " COFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. CTT'TS-Bte- Harper's Periodicals '. i ' -- j "WAlil, PAPER and F trH'JNTIT'O'HE. B. K. whisky-pioiliicin- e COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. JSA HE W, iu-gr- y ff ynjfFri 4(4 - Semi-Week- ly Interior journal1 IlLAiKcako I.Aiti) Ingredients at T. It. Will-(oh'- h. Ni:w stock of Luinpe, Glass and Queons-war- o jiiHt reeeived at the "Model Gro- XKW ADVKUTJSEMKXTS. SxANFOItl), IvY Novbmiikh M, 1888 IIIkkIiw'. ii. c. WAiroN, i bus. ManaRoi" .in iiiii PubllBliod Evoiy Tuesday ivnd At ""t Friday .".Ali.I-32.GO AWVAUJi: will be ctrWhcii nut o paid ehfjed. is .. K.C. 1 Ami LOCAL TIME CARD. m rin leave6 Rowland 8at s Pj$n.a return m p m mill 4" L.&N. and ;'wini LOCAL TIME CARD. la 31pm 1 Mail train going North r.tprtts train " Soulh " Nnrlii Local 1 he Soulh. .. -- r'rele.ht North Aviiin l ... . .. 57Pm ?nni .630 am I jipm urr passengers The above lc.ilcnl.itd on standard lime. Solar lint 11 about 10 Minutes Utter. latter trains MSAXS 6apm BUSIHES3. Watciiks mul jewelry repaired anil place to buy drugs, intent incdifincfttind biilotm tides is ut A. It. I'eiinyV. Uvv your school books, ink, tablets. Tin: hot mils from A. It. Fenny. and eory I guarantee all watchc ticle of jewelry I hell to le just as if A. It! IVmiv. PEflSOMAL POIIITS. .llHjr. ItOIK'ilK UlllI School (UlpplioH f llll ar- pre-edite- d. Mh. .1. Wednesihiy. 11. O-i- K went to Oncinniiti is visiting rel- Mis Annib atives in the Altts. .1. We-- t lvlid. S h I'ntMti-i.o- f Kllwibetbtoivn, is visiting Pauline (irlmw. Mlt. ash Mils. H. K. Wiwnav me visit' lug relatives at llarrtxlslnirg. .Mlt. one Hiiownstus, of Louisville, Ims bm-i- i tm a i(: to Mis. Win. (Jeer. V. II. Ct ims, who ifeently moved to LexiiiKton, sid out his .toiv theru and Mi-- has at Itotvlfiml. h w An.iMh, of the Loxtngton Mu. It. i Marble Vtrk, w a In town yesterday in the Irttiwst uf Ills house. Pit I.S. Hi iinirrr. of IJrodbead, the noted oeulW, a down to see Home of his pntltntft In re this wtrvk. MiH. t'TH IWii.kv wiw called to Shelby county jpstcrday by the illne-- of hgr brother, lion. Harrison Itailey. Mn. M.Llvisiumi.N,latof the Lincoln Lund ('., will Jnm-- I f'r the clothing tit m of AIk- - nitwh A Co.. Cii'ciiniutifc Miss Mattik Vwttnt. Min T. It. Walton and .L II. Paxtoii hUiihIu1 the marriage of Miss Amtlc Dunn, liiMioiiI-ivlllt-- . Wednowlay nluht. Mas. J. A. llM.nuinx, of Uuisvllle, .mil Miss.Iitiu llurliiimii. who has Umn Msiting 1' r, paixl up Ui Mr. John Wedni'MlHy. to run the Cii'T. J. W. IJntK. train on the (iiveiisbiug J'nmcli, Ihiiuh-I- i tciiid witli liU n It rtli of ritdct(ir fru n here toliu-ixvlllton the tliPMich to which Jxiltit he bus iuuvmI hi dually. f Tub follow fiig liulleri and geutleiiipn from I histoin Illo bonoasl the Crist-Cros- performaiico with their "presence: J. It. Cook, Miss Siillltt Cook; Malt. Snndidgc, Miss Hello CtMik; II. !'. Iilakemnii, MIm ,leseCnok; June Ibwker. Mis Joniile McKinney; Shuck lliitlman. Miss Chloe Ig.iu; "iiK" tic. Mint Klim Kenneas foldy. Mt. Vernon was W. Ihtiwn. ('. J). V. Willhims J. low W. I'lnif, It- - - Willliiiiis, .1. .1. Wllltems. J. M. WJllIams. 1 Hue-iiniian- 's 7oofc ICerpliiUt Short J fa ml, Trlrgrnphji, Ce . tfritour Catalogue ami full information. Ton L'O yearw, says n gentleman, who The partnership heretofore ealMin!; between -- 17,000 good HltlCK ones for sale. H. has observed it, it has never failed but Lee Wllbii rn mid (ieorKv H ratten, in lhi cutin- - TZ uiieo for the L'Oth of November to bring t), is this day dissolved by mutual content (!. Pennington. I.KK WILIIURN. . . m " weather eold enough for hog killing. It Nov. im, .IS? .1, OI'.OIU.K II I'ATTKN' lioi.i.Kii Skatim Ad pairs for Hiilo. Ap- - liked to have iniHsed it this time, but it ily at this olllco. brought death to many a porker, all the ) a nam r R DAVIS. wtitie. The prlneipal hog killing in this IJoitx totlio wife or W. It. I rut well, ,jistrjuf) i,Wt.ver, was on the lith of No-- 1 Monday night, u girl. veniber, when McCroary slaughtered the IHtALEN ii- . .. .. i 1 till.. II...I II.... U..S, wyhtkiw iii I.HIK or can, ,,,, GcMcral celery always on hand at humor h. Tim: little daughter of Mr. and Mih. . I. kowi.amj. ky , A. C. Tin: Christian churdi is iihin imlnti W V"iiiiiKloiif who Iiiih been ick for ,Iaw:MfKl( romi,htrVi .udeP.mmeM. ...d hCVt'ml IIIOIltllH, tit llltjt With rholora ill-- I detiro to cnll the attention ol the public to ll.clr llllil Oilier DeailllllerS nn tlielr DUIHlinf,' of Men and Iloyt' Clotbink, ll.Ui, Cupi. atock ,,, si.oe, iiry Uoid.. Noiioti. and f.inttnn, died luendny niuht and was with kooiI udvantaee nexteve- - (irocpriot. Country produce taken in exchange uuneil in nuiialo uemelery tne Will have our Children' Stork by belor Kodi TintHKnhare.s in Itiiildini,' and Loan niii)r, after prayer at the anxvv by Itev. ccmuer it fall in jud look Bl It. Association and good family horse for Hen Helm. The parentman find eonso- sale. Initilreat this oflhe. lation In the fact that little .Jennie is safe in the aims of Jesus and that her poor Mi IIaxns Kami has been appointed little body Is at Inst freed fiom pain. HnvlnK built a new Slaughter Hnu-.- e at much ' postmaster at McKinney, viieT..I.Chris-terso- n ekpeliic, 1 denre to inform tne public lh.it I .im fully prt pared to butcher hoes and cattle Work removed to Lexington. John St uooi.Kit, who rented some corn cnlriiMed to ine will have my pertoiul iiipertiMi'ii. land of Sim Cook, fell out with him in And those having animali to ki may rot iiuii(l Tin: new year will hcn'm with an the division of the crop and tried to clean that the uork will be neatly .V pruuptly done. M V KI.KIN, eclipse of the sun, visible only in the out the whole family Tuesday. After Si Stanford,Jy I'liiled States on the rucifir Const. them for everything out and HONDS. .Missioni' striking two or three of them witli sticks, Tm: inembersof the got tired of it, and producing a pis ry Society will meet at Mru. Ilarvo Me Sim Hobeits' room at the Colli'te, at :'. i: M tol, attempted to lamb away at him. The ON MONDAY, DEC. ."aturdav. A full Attendance is desired weapon fallen to respond, However, nut lefore the Stanford Kv.. nt 1'. M I $j,ooo is so n. .less, seized it and sent four or 1bund, of we will offer at public s.ili 6 per tun.ofinter-lo.I.inmln Louniy bcurins Tin: murderer of II. K. Iiryant, brother ,jvt, j,,,),. after Schooler as he lied for en. I'.ijjDie annually 1 T W VAKNON. of .I.C. Ilryant, of Lexington, and for- - w,ft.tv. A warnmt was issued andSehool- II. ti. K COOI'KK I). meiiy of this county, has been captured r .. I1K iimii.,t ..m for trial Wednesdav. CAHI'KNIKK.J and is on trial at Soooro, New Mexico, Jllt it was postponed till with the chances that his neck will payi t Wo are sole Assents for Had Snc. -- Some time ago a lx the forfeit. It is to be hoped it will. .. mule was stolen from Mr. Kason White, ii I will tell to the highest bidder on at Liberty is about of this countv. John I'elley, n fnentl of Tin: court-hous- e completed and It. C. Warren, who re- the family, had been staying there for '88, turned from there Wednesday, says it sevenildavs prior to the stealing, bntl.he,olIowinilll one Mule s y tJl0.wll hilie. m foal by jack; family will be the llnct in the district. The left ostensibly to take the train at June-- 1 iU Mjre, family llore, J Co and a Calvea, jear- mules, tho', tiotl CltV. Suspicion aro kicking like Waj-to relley, mg Heifer, Sowand i6Shoat, a RUBBER-USE- D. WHTER-PRO- OF Wuxun, i lluckbonrd, larminir ... the standing of t.s., family ratbei ,Ul,m.,,,i for what th y consider an unnecessary narro. llarnti., llouihohl viitlny. ' Mtuien iiea, i.iiair.,Mc nrcclutled the itlea that be would lie ' fVrmft - Allturniture, 10 and miller, rath haiirt nrnft nf J in guiltv of such mi act. Tin I1UWH nllUl'i ner that aniotint.a credit of 6 months with 6 per Ca-e- y, PiuTii.-- Mr. W. T. Hoyalty, of .. !.(.. d il.la I. .I...I I... I..,. 1. ..... oi.il tiillilln. .1. nntiii..iiu.iiu.... "" n .. ...w. XI ..i ...... .m... wno was Hero itioMiay. toui us 01 tne JONATHAN OW.SI.KV death of James Napier, keeper of the animal in Casey, and Slieritl' Myers was liirf inipW. liim near lli in mi in i ...ii ! i iiiuv.iiivu- - imt iiii iieiir.iiiiiiiieuiiiu uu .i. 1 I IKKIII Puunville and lodged him in jail heie SALE. ter's Creek turnpike. He win a cousin of the late Judge Napier and was about yesieniay, out tne mine is sun 11011 cm. il.ij morning. m years ol age. ins niseiiie was pneii' 'I'l.. ..!..! ...Ill be called A AdininmtrMiornf the etatc of I hoin.lt C" Kob-ii- i offer fur "n, dceM. I will bidder ontale tithe uioiiia. Pismi-m:- i. A year ago Will l'ollock, , , II, ) ean, moat cutters, etc., at W. II. cery." BRYANT Dissolution of Partnership. & STRATTON Business College LOUISVILLE, KY. M .i STMFOED PLMMG m co. HXX.T0Ttf6cJ0ir$rXS -- Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, SINE, Superintendent. ' ,....,. , , ' Merchandise, Mouldings, Kraclceis, Scroll Worlt, Frames, Sash, Doors, Illinds, Veranda Work, Etc, ... i SLAUGHTER HOUSE! - JLIsTID- - I I ' cut-siii)- ,' SALE OF n 3, '88 l ; i jMens and Women's Bro- gans Kip, Calf & Grain. the to-da- FtTBr.rcs.axE 1 1 1 Friday, November 30, Well - Known BueJI's BOOTS. 1 tiix-paye- is 1 1 ... ... ui,, .... 1 uiii-Vni- u .......,..' nillUimR BRUCE&MeROBERTS ii Ho C!0 JBICTFOST, J of this place, who was a conductor on 24, 1888,! the L. & N., was arrested and lodged in nnle hi lute ri'MilctKC in Lincoln county, At the jail at Shoppardsville, charged with Iroin Stanfoid and (, mllc from Daim le, on the - Stanford .ind Danville turnpike, the following de robbing freight ears ol valuables. noeseribed Mr. Carson. (Nil. IIIII, who wits in Mr. caped once ami was recaptured at con- - 'lliom.it pcroiiaI property, llav Hake,Mclirinack Mower Champion Is Receiving1 His Planter, MiCormaik Owens' bugtty with him, whs scared out slderable expense. This week the case Corn ILiker Wheat Drill, Hinder. Aa rami HarKalamazoo Harrow, row, W);on,tno hone I'lowa, a ci of Double of a votirs growth, but sullorud no furtli. w its called for trial and nobody appear ' ree, tei ol wKon iiarne... . ol now liar I :..v. I. In. l..l!,.b ,v er dmiMK'. i " ' .liu.lmr,....! ! nvK onen miiriiv llngsy with Top et of liugy '"r-- " ... ..... HurL'v Pole imunleie rain Cradle, t mini .." Mm II .. v...!.!..,...... ..I... Il.irnrfti. .' ........,"..., ot Mow. Cary fin: preliminary "tops to start a new went down to attend the ttial. For the ,ollble sl.ovflot ol tnrcnea I'low. lot larccHoots for Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. Oat a amount lloiset large hank In the pUtco of the Farmers Nation- umli, .t ind .ivi'i'iiimi liuiiiiitr. vi niiiii.- of Lorn in the . nhotk. luo Shocks of t odder wmc ..... -. i . .. ' u loioi nil riiio.ii a .i.... motk iiKe ui . -. " i.ii iiii III, Which has gillie illtO liquidation b, t,.01,,)h. , , jM.lk Co.. 8 Calve., thorough- j,, n ' ,,o(?fl Steer. bred Hull, jtack Hay nrar jlkc pairofyrar MlllhU Its I'llHlter Is IU exillrc shortlv., lire . .... t... ,, f,, ,,f , ....f.,.,.,,.! (l1,vnl,,l,, n.UIV ,.l,l ..,1 M,,l nn.ll.lrd InteTMl In a rood , ,..,!. M .chine one Kami T and Work Mrrc, being tllkell. It will have ll tWIlItlll Of in-- ' . , ....... ,ThrchiiiK . . . . ... Olliy irOIII.IP IIOOIII ll IS, , . iui ..ii nui- .,, .......j fll . nim fj.ir. v.. nont one I rood .Marc, nv M Itltno S.1KI.IMI llll.l tlte ,m,i fnilll ,; Jnd bred to Cecil llro1.. C K Clav one llroodl Marebyt.arrardUucr. dam or Jiarv Carrick that thsril is more demand for tho btOCk Villi I II" II P. Clav v, ! . whii Kiwiu m i... J imiu iiii " "vm L,,.i ,.. Colt uj i: than ilnir.vs to dispose of. iiammiiii ind out of a St Hm mar. h.inir hv otc S Klmo make it a niin tlie MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL colt I muli . olt. )cailiP;fil very tHprior-breIt gives us pleasure to obseno ,"'11 Hanibletoniaii i younn ba hurM .y by -- Mr. W. McClellan Johnston, a .ising j Miss Liviuia Shannon'H debut befu a Vu We Have Openod a new Stock of thattrutteda j jo liuisville audience was ho prououiuced a voting lawer of Lancaster, will celebrate r larruk Mr Hue, of Danvillr gait while bem le ju.t before j trained b ' . IIUO , a w. v crv siiciw that press and public agree that Thanksgiving day by takin .tiiDT .lllla ,,,. hiirm ! in iHfif. he n us and tW ceot ''"- .i fi . 1toll aKc nd ifS lT VSTfy fl .1 she U woi thy of the highest praise. She mie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. mare of h.r n.ii' unit tr iinin. if uroperlv handled vv ll a tiae nfceii is an elegant little lady and we hope to Ihitv, of JehNiuiine county, to be his doubt make a peed swIuM-yota- t the very top of her pro - wife. TrrrrKT? (3T - Some of her fiiends liero Have re-- , fehsion. Her husband, Mr. Oiles Shine, Is very pivmlof her mid is stitltled (lint ceiid invitations to the marriageof Miss' VOMTIOnl HatYlbletonlan, Carrie Lee Mays, tho music teacher of nai(.bnhertojenmi-ii- , record she will stHin Iwtsnne faiiions. Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everythe Stanford Female College hM session, Konnv Wilkes & N. , Twoina-ktMnientered the .. . u, . . Mr. J. II. Weaver, at Sweetwater, y thing is new, jH1 wd, depot III IHlilOII HI .1 A. M. I tUUriiaj illltl ' .. . rorilMcrinlion and milUree of thfcrnied. .. : i me .., jsn,mrt.,i u,.,t William .lonw, linrtei. aunress iimi unoerignri under cah . V. fonixl the night oK'nitor, of Jio and Tkruh All All i.umocr $io n credit ol 4 uirml - band. non, ui give up tiie money In the cash ,.f j0M., Jnes. near llavden'soriltur ullllw. vI.ph All lMitie. ii'it navinir the c .. i.ii dm wcr, tt"JtO. and ?o of his own. Tlioy m,r) nll(i yw Jennie Sweeney, of Lan 1 win oe loquircu.i .i ....... ........ .. f.t. .ipi.-- . niw iiw..- .Vucuritv nmroonlile and payable m bank, nli i tlieti took a pistol nciontiingio tne assist caster, will be marriage next ulur.t from date. nt. And every thing1 has been selected with great care, the senior mem11. IDOL. At!minitratnr ant Hii'Mil an I al-- i cut open the I'nited TucnIhv, the -- 7th inst. Air. Jones is a Dam die Kj T D. I: Mt.i.iit. Auciiiiaewr Statesman 1ms: which had been left by l"iiifht young farmer, well known thro'-ou- t ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with train. It is not known t'10 Nurth-boiincounty. Winchester Sun. the The patronage of persons with cash and H1 at the ihc tune and discrimination and profit. The Biulcm'incd l just what was taken from the mail bag. The marriage of Mr. F.li Wyatt Watt.s Olat'V Hhu OH UIHC term 01 lliu ioouiimi air ine i buiu, The operator has no idea who thoy wore. and Miss Annlo l.oo Dunn took place at foitovvtnjr tock: iriohiMd those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially CITY AMD VICINITY. weanling and yoarlmj;., sonut lliorousnlwt'd iv. 11 o'clock last evening in the First Chris? . calves, and Kod milkers; lEjfooilUoiwith yoilHg It seems that homeboily has to break 12 ttrarine eiltloaf over i.ies luiunda Ia Mi'ii: S in XUeimiv Nwdlix at 15. into jail every tintoii show conies here, tian church, Fointh and Walnut streets. onhhrod slier ra vn ,md ointwellilcmvit, Rood ClCSirCU. f:it A. M Km. AM). K. Wcwrcn'.i. Asking a share or your patrouage, we are Kespectiuiiy, noy. one. J X. MltXKFKI'. and the last proved noexception. Joseph . l"' cciemony was per.oruie.i nyHroad-his - bwlstwiiU a Htirch, a brakeman on the L. & N , tilled George C. Kelley, pastor of the and FoiiSmi: --' futtttui' Methodist church, with a large num. . hide full of bug juice, and obtaining iiiiittrvf. Apply nt thin oiliii-her of the friends of the young people the companionship of a woman of the WumiiMiwi'iiif Milucribers from -- A ....... - .,r....,ilv .... l.nii.t wli.oiib.. present. The attendants were Messrs. on any city papwr or niaga-y'niil...i.i'n..liiM.iiH.iie.l. He orocuied seats Charles II. Watts, Harry Montgomery bcMiles the rik of sending money and imagining lie was at a low down beer' and Joseph Wright, mid they preceded fU3UI5Vlllt.NW)tlBA1ITCHICAt6"RtT by mail. ...,i.. ,..f ..ui. ... l....'.iii inHiiiokeand the couple to the altar. Alter u wedding Hv . the shying of hLs horse C. ('. Car- sou mil into S. M. Owens' buggy Wed- nesjilay, smashing one of the wheels of the latter ami considerably bruising up, highest i Saturday, Nov. MERCHANTTAILOR FALL ' i a im. "f - 1 AND WINTER GOODS. i . I '.,..,,.,. 1 I - )" . i ... f. .,. i, i NEW STORE I uiy uuuuj f r nhteI efill'rb'ro'eXUVo,; rrc e, TU'rt - AlMlllNS. iui,iynAJ25 S'lTiinBriVftO riTC1 ukjjjO r. i jjs Shoes, Hats, &c, en I - ..'. o. - . ' repi-eentu- ..ii ..... SOT K PIECE OF OLD GOODS I- d - 1 - SEVERANCE & SON. & toI -- - Tin: Anchorage Asylum atithoritieb heard of Will DiinirHesctpailes in and took him out of jail b.iuk to his old quarters. I)u-isvili- o and Janus Cm tern fronting the engine-hoie- , fur $1.10. bo-- s. II iw Pi inin:Mt-ol- d half-acu- to W. It. Holly i lot each, at How laud, of I'hihulelphia, seems to have the call for p.. in. general. We hojie he will make Mr. Craig 1st nssibtant if he is appointed. John Cuaiu'h John Wiinamaker, make himself generally disagreeable, Fiiiiling lie couldn't Miioke and runiain, lie amused himself by drawing n pistol and nourishing it around, to the terror of tho decent ladies in the vicinity. The manager's attention being called to it, .h. I...1 M.i.xbn.1 Cmnenter. who wason hand, and lsitli pistol and man were soon in liischmge. Hurcli was lodged in jail and the following day given 10 days more and lined --'... mipperat the inoiner, Air. ami of the l.ride's Airs, "aits ten ior mo Fast, to be gone about two wccks. Air.; Watts is stunographer for (Hover & Pur rott, tobacconists, while his bride is a daughter of Mrs. Mary K. Dunn, of this , iy J tt liJ tt' 1' Au 1 & tt 1Vlxj QUJEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE (Cincinnati, New Orleans KAVOHIl'E LINKI1KTWITX Texas Pacific Railway.) Leaving M.'o'li THK NORTH AND, SOUTH LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. IN l. clty.l esteniays Lourier-iourm- i.. Daily, Secures lo Traveler., j i HOURS. 1 .. TiiKin: was much drunkenness at How- land after the pay train left there Tues-ilu- v t & and the authorities are investigating question of who supplied the wills-kthe Six warrnnta have been sworn out ainiinst K. C Montgomery, who keeps a tlieiv, and he will answer this court morning h the Howlaud poli'-and show ciiiish why the penalty of the law shall not be imposed against him. v. u btothers-in-law- Him. Mnii'iiv and Wuverly Hamilton, , got into a disputo at Wednesday, when Hamilton Howland knocked Mniphy down and pelted him on the bead with a piece of coal. Murphy finally got up'and made Tor Hamilton, who look to his heels and would f i most likely have bien mniiing yet had d locked him not his wife caught hit" lions". They were each linup li their ed l:!..riO anil uoss Urfoiv Judge-- Sheltmi, Tin: entertainment give, by the Crlssi Wntlmi'rf O.1..111 .... t ' ni li wnivi I'.. ..ir was an excellent Tuesday night House iino in cverv rcsnect mid lmvo unusual The lniod niiilii'iiii' u.iiufin.iion tn p'etite and pretty star, Miss Nellie W,,. ton, is a marvel of versatility and fills the numerous cnaraeieis site astuiiie.t with an ease and grace that is very captivating. Sho also sings well, dances like a fairy and docs everything in the ler cutest and most natural manner. support is excellent and wo have rarely had hero a better all around company. written by Gus J. leege; Ci ami is well known to our theatre-goer.... cumcux, i .1 :.i. .. vvmi ll llllgllt mill pioasmg sutlleient plot to keep up tho interest In addition to their from Hrst to last. stage accomplishments, the entire company, from Manager tieorge W. Walteis to tho jnopeity man, linpicnsed all who had dealings with them that they were ladies and gontlemen. V .4..u n,.,.....K. n - 11 ' imuipm,tc,l a hl,ri,. of wceklv pmyer meetings, to be ,,,.1,1 ... .1.,, l.oiisesof dillercnt members. Tho next will be this evening at Mrs. (4. Wca.on's. The meinbers of all do- lioilliuaiioiisaie inv lieu iiii.i v..cv.ivii ... take part. Capt. John Spenco died in Accomac county, ll., Mondav. Ho was born 111 l"nn.l oUh1 forThonias Jotlerson. ,(,v ,fc1 IIt11) ,M1S Through Cars to THE MOST RAPID ROUTE, I'.ver attempted between the great commercial citieiun llie Ohio Uiverand Chicago, and hence, the fantcvt tune and most comfortable trains be-iwcen all points m the Soulh, or to the Weil and Northwc.t. The counterpart of this train on all trunk lines Is denonilmtcd The Limited Kxpress. The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort tto-all Coupon Ticket Ollices in the Soulh von will find our lime tables and tickets. Say Mo. nou, get Monon and stick to Morion, il you want1 to save money and have a pleasant Journcv. K O. McCORMICK, Oeueral 1'assenger Ai;ent, Chicago. City 'Ticket Agents and Officers: Ky 7 4th Ave., I. M. 11UCI.NKK, K, A Tiiknrsci!, 1J9 Vine t , Cincinnati, Ohio, New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. TIIKTKXASSIIOKT LINK. CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. HI0AD10OWN trainTS'oC itil" I ' ' Pail. 5 13 4 10 111 ItlilA..L . TR.UNsTrfiRWlT- -" No. 41 UP. ' 1 1 .... s, 1 11 the 1'o.stoliice Department at Washington that after the Hist of the year new postal cards will be issued to nil the ollices mid will bo put in general use. The now cards differ from the old ones in that they furnish privacy to tho correspondence- contained tiDon them. It Ih very inueii like a , f , llllUMrll. The -- . , "v...".v back fold is split diagonally and opens Hipiaie out. The four corners aro folded and joined together in tho center when the card has been written upon with u piece of gummed paper. The card weighs less than half an ounce mid will contain no more writing than do thoso now in . X(.u ,,0,TAIj"Caii, , ....,,,., llllti,ie,i Tk. ,,ostina.ster 1... The Louisville Post, Ktab1Mnd 1878 Published Evory Afternoon, Kiepi biimUy , ... No. 1. .so. 3. I No, 5. STATIONS. I'any. Daily. Daily, Trolly Kx. bun.l .Cmciiiiiaii ..A'rv I. 3 17.1 in 4 01 put S 00 p in 7 15 .1 'illl.imlOvn.l.'ve :9 5.tln 3 47 I'm 9 Ml"" -- .. Vioorgitowu 10 so a in 701 pm 10.17 pm, ........ WJ ,' II.W ...... 7 J, HI .. n ...,,, ,n . . ,1 I. ! II II. II .. ... " op III u"pm "710 mi Lv. Lou., Lmi. S. K.U. Ar 4 40 pm, 8 I.V " 8 j? pm u a8n in 10 50 am Ar. llurgln ' . . .llurgjn ,rr 45 im u jj pin 88 59pin'iu oj a m u 17 a m l.ve Danville 10 a in wjopin 4 0 j.uini"" .. 30a iisl'ni .....10pm is ot a in 1. on " 1 nomerei.... I co p m Dakd-ile.- , .. I I J a m II jo pm 35 .1 8 JJ a ni 0 40 in Ar'v ..Chatlanoogu . .l.ve 10 00 pm in m 7 00 p m l.'ve. .Chattanooga.. -- Ar'v 9 No 7. a .. . 111 1 11 111 111 11 No. 6." No. 4, ("No, J- - 8. 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V.aitiuj.'. .siij5tS w-sj- - ;rarrrrwij.T'", ; '.', ,i - Z Semi-Weekly .i HOTEL. ss&ryrr,,T vrr.yVttrjvir-Stff2-f- InteriorJournal LOIS' THANKSGIVING. How Sho Might Hnvo Burnod tbo Turkoy Eut Sho Didn't. AM Thoodoro 's Tliiicltery'n llrst wlfo's which fact goes to furnish proof positive to mi mind Unit, tit the distribution of souls and nidi vldua'.itic, oh mi co did not, in this ono n Instnnoo at least, to live up to her opport,unl-tiui- . splendid How I lo ea tho lad, and what u good mother I'd ltuve been to him I, who could claim no kinship whatsoever, while his own maternal relative hut. nshawl save and except her poti, ket- I what l il Samuntha ties and frylug-pan- s I Thackcry ever euro fori And that was why- - because of her kitchen- she so opposed Theo making I limited vision Ironical remarks about tho givl he I such , loved that tho boy took to bringing his poor, hurt heart over to me, his "Aunt Thooay," to be bound up In tho splints of sympathy and bandaged with tho lint of lore. "Aunt Thoozy, I'm the most unhappy .wretch that lives'" cried Theo, ono cold, cheerless day In early spring, rs no camo ubjeetly as wns too usually his manner of Thu powder never vane. A marvel ol purity late into my kitchen where I sut picking More economical Mrcngth and wholctoinenctt Chan the ordinary kinds, and cannot be told in otror somo "navy" beans I meant to bako. competition uh the multitude of low UU, thcrt "Humph I Is that sol Well, I'm sorry tveight alum or photph its ponder. Sold only In for you, Theo; but It seems jou haven't cam. Kuvai. Hakinq I'okdkr Co., spirit enough to move mmiy mountnins, my 106 Wall treet, New York boy; and your mother's prejudices uro hlgh- rKR L UUli'KMAN, , T stop-fatherbo-gi- havo dono many nn older housowlfo credit. Judgo Symms said thut his nltvu might-bmarried at any time I thought proper; indeed, ho scorned to kindly givo tho girl to mo to do for as my own und with this gift came a goodly sum to ctotho her becomingly for her bridal. In tho hazy October days, thercforo, Lois and I wcro busy sowing at tho long white seam. I had tuch a tlmo making Katnantha Thackcry consent to spend Thanksgiving with mo; but 1 won tho day, nnd on tho evo of this great occasion Lois und L had many a confidence, anxious und otherwise, to exchange together Theo was forbidden tho premises; und when he iJM sneak hi somewhere ubout six o'clock, he found nobody but n lonel. old lady sitting knitting in her cusy chair before tho lire. "Theo, Is that you t" quorlcd I, stopping "I his mouth with my own tongue-clatter- . was just hoping you'd come mound. I want to go over to your mother's, Theo, and you must lend me jour arm it'o qulto a journey '" "All right, AuntThoozv, but whore's" "Musn't nsk questions of yourelders, boy. Just hund tno that shnwl youdor thanks come along1" Wo fouud SamanthnThackory plecclng a " " quilt, her dear, old, foolish head bent low over tho odd bits of calico In hor lap. I kissed her, us I always do, took tho rocklng-chalrlheset out for me, nnd after a furtlvo sign of dismissa- l- a silent signal that sent him upstairs to his own room I began : think "Samnntlia, 1 havo something rather important to sny to jou something 1 hud no cliauco to speak of when I was hero Inst. Havo you heard of tho help I've had all summer and falll" " Yes, Arathusia, I heard of your having a girl; but as I don't bollcvo In hired help myself I didn't Inquire Into tho mutter. Well, has sho up und left you in theniddlo of your preparations for Thanksgiving gono off with your triple pinto, or " " Nothing of tho sort, Humuntha! Sho's a good girl, honest and painstaking; and us far us leaving mo goes, sho never thought of such a thing, unless, Indeed, oi want sun-riseo NEWCOMB Long-Standin- g ing MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel is (till maintainThitulil and ill fine reputation. CliUKt reatonalle. Sre-clwell-kim- Blood Disonaos nro ourod by tho porsovoring U80 of Ayor's Sarsnpanlln. "Where's ray" This nicdlclno Is nn Alterative, and cnuses a radical chango in tho system. may not bo Tho process, In somo qulto so rapid as in others ; hut, with persistence, the result Is certain, head these testimonials : "For two ears I suffered from a pain in my right side, nnd bad other troubles caused by a torpid liver nnd dyspepsia. After gUing several medicines a fair trial without a cure, I I began to take Aer's SaisaiuiilHu was greatly bellellted b. the lltst Ixitlln, 1 was comnnd nfter taking the bottles pletely cured." John V. llmisoii, 70 JuvreiKO St., Lowell, Mass. May a largo (nrhumlo broke out Mi in v nrni. The usual remedies hud no uud I was confined to my lx-- for cTut t ilit weeks. A friend induced mo to try .ri'H Sarsapnrllla. Less than threo lmitles healed the sore. In nil my oxh--- i ic in u with mcdliiue, 1 never saw moro ca-so- attention to the invelinit public M. V Ni:VCOMIl, I'rip . Mt Vernon, ky, Sj tl -- ? C' so-vc- ro India Ink, Crayon and Water Color. tignt in Frames ani Mit at vry lo price. KV. UlCllMON'JJ Photograph tnall tle and uo. t'lrtnmt PHOTOGRAPHER, jr. t. in New de i LOUIS SOHLEGEL, IIUSrj.s'V'uT stttt axt a CO., R KY 1 H A'e l II in iliv ) I if. hikI tUu i the t'n.U t iM g it tors i.f Ocri. itiitl Cwike ol efeir i.iit r Ik m w run In i in- ootci' t.rerii nil Chr)fii ur good ts aur mt ' SMVMILL FOR SALE .AImo JjiiikI A I ! if I'lHlkM tltJ I I fll iii miiI Hiil. r .it tvri in ik trly W . J a Mr will 1 11 h nnil Stoolc - H7 lairlticc a taw mill complete llh jo hone lioilert work. I oi log wagand aohorte engine, J wagnn. t liiirktxnrtt, on i 'tmg on unit harm J ynkt of cattle, j mult, I hnrtc, mill complete and nt) farm of c.to acre of grist noMandcll timbered Will tell nmatelr MAKT SMITH, Ma)wwu( I yi-i- deiirc to leave Kentucky I will tell at xreal CHEW I l POWDER Absolutely Pure. SURGEON DENTIST, STANTORO, - - KlNTl'CKV, It JJ PISjLi: Off.ee south side Main, two door above Depot St, J? WJfu S3JHJU&. I T J5L-- BX House and 25 Acres Land Two nilcs Snuth ol Stanford on Neat's Creek W, CUAIG. AdtireM mc at Carlisle, K. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MY. VKUNO.N, IvV. Drug Store OJScc next door to Wlutclie-id'- i Special attention jlven to ditcate of children 77-t- f. i'm the most UNiurrr wunTcii." or and moro numerous than the peaks of ' JiHce on I.ancitter Street opposite Court-HoHaving removed to thi place from Lihcrtv, to tho Himalayas t Why don't you assert yours(practice lii profession, calls the attention ol the elf-" 11 pub lie to the fact that he will be rcidy at all hours Aunt Thoozy, I know what you mean ; oar or ngkt to an credit in town or country. but I shall never oppose mother's wishes In Stanford and Thirty year of his hlc were spint lie diuna it uumcittary to peak'ol his ability m bless her 1" I said nothing, for 1 honored tho loyalty uphjsician and tureuu A share of the patron--ig- : of (bo people of Stanford and vie mt Masked of that martyr-son- ; but I mado up my ISy Lira. 65 tf mind, then uud there, to havo a talk with Lois, to win Samnntha over In somo way, I and so make Theo happy for life. When Theo loft tlw house I put on my bonnet and shawl and went straight across . GEO. A. tho toipa to Judge Synims. 1 was shown and into the elegant it wasn't long betore Lois entered, ami came mulling up to mc. 40 It 4 Broadnoj and 51 New Street "Dear Aunt Thoozy" you see, I am "Aunt Thoozy" to every ono In this small NEW VORK CITV. town ten to ono the darkies in 8t. Cloud call mo back" dear Stocks, Bonds. Grain. Provisions and court Thoozy," that behind my"what happy began Lois, Aunt Petroleum. chance brings you horo so early in tho day I" ON MARGIN IIOUGHI "Plots and schemes, my girl, and all Sit down 61 ty sorts of Machiavellian plans P. S. Send for explanatory pamphlet horo beside mo und let mo do a little Interviewing. Will you tell tho truth!" "Perhaps!" laughed Lots, fetching a footstool close to my place upon tho hearth-rug- , It iKltflOLACREAM seating herself upon tho nnd looking uivay Jlro. " Is Itubout from me stru'gh' Into Z.-tAk Til IS preparation.without Tueol" "'Out of the fullness of tho heurt,'" I fniurv.rnmorivT,rAnlr- quoted, laughing tho while. " ' Is it ubout Pim- - Theo!' Indeed f Of what o her should wo ios. Liver-Mole- s, ples, Black-Hoad- s, Sunburn and cither of us wish to speak I Poor Theo!" 'Tail. A few applications will render the "Poor Theo," sho echoed, with a sigh; most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and then frowning, said: "Well, what of him I" white, Viola Cream is not a paint or " Lois, he loves you " powder tocover defects, but a remetl v to cure "So ho iy" is superior and it guaranteed to all other preparations,drug-pist- a " I confess I am too obtuso to comprehend is to give satisfaction. At tho dellcato innuendo couched. In that asseror mailed for f0 crnt. Prepared by tion -- " GJ. CV "Oh, It's easily understood, Aunt Thoozy; fe TOI.KDO, OHIO. I am not going to trouble Theo another din. entirely Ho muy put mo out of his Kit Salt lit Mi Tolieris A s hJs'n un ord. j It's a most trilling portion heart I jiossess of it when all is said and done I For Mrs. 1 hack-crseems to havo tilled It to such a degico 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. STANFORD, KY. D.f "aunt TnoozT, j SPECULATION. ' ROSIER, BANKER AND BROKER .S01.DA-CARItlL- 1 ?S want her are you wild I" " 1 bcllevo I wus thinking moro of Theo than yourself, Satnantuu, when 1 spoko." " Theo!" " Yes. Theo, you know you'vonlwajs said you'd llko your son to marry u girl whocould keep house for him " "You uro right there And tho sooner ho r out of gets that frittering little his head tho bettor!" "Out of his heart, you mean! Well, this girl has been under my instruction all summer nnd full, and, though I shall hate to part with her, with u little assistance from you I feel sure Theo will be mado to see what Is best for him. 1'leasn eat your with this Thanksgiving dinner Idea in view critlciso tho viands all you choose and I'll seo thntTheo " "Oh, your word Is luwto him'" said the boy's mother; und I smiled to think she shot her arrow nearer tho mark than sho knew. " Whnt Is the girl's namo!' asked my hostess. "Oddly enough, her nnmo is tho samo as yours Thackcry." '0h, there are moro Thackerys about here thun there arc mosquitoes in Sawyor's swamp! I'll think over what you havo said, Arathusia." On Thanksgiving Day in tho morning Lois tucked her pretty shining hair closo lied little under a trim, stiflly-staput on a great gingham apron over tho dotted blue calico of her gown, rolled up tho sleeves until two pink dimpled elbows were exposed to view and flew to work. Her oyes wcro bright us diamonds that morning, and a rosy Hush crept into her rounded checks -- u Hush that crimsoned in its intensity when sho opened the front door, at length, and gave entrunco to Mrs. Thackcry and her son. Tho old lady's eyes scanned her pretty countennnce with no sign of recognition, and sho hud no moro idcu whose littlo trembling hands took hor best bonnetcaro-full- y upstairs than Iliad of supposing sho uviiM know the bungles, rlbboulcss Quakerish-looking lassie to bo her pet aversion, Arathusia Blmcoo, 1 piano-playert sun-bonn- her I" " Unless Another marked effect of the use of this iiiedliino was the strengthening of my hlght." Mrs. Carrlo Adams, Holly bprlugs, Texas. "I had n dry scaly humor for years, and suffered terribly ; nnd, as my brother nnd sister weto similarly allllctcd, I presume tho malady Is hereditary. I jist winter, Dr. Txrou, (of I'criiandlna, Fla.,) rcionmieiuled mo to take Ajer's Saisaparllla, und tontlniio It for a year. For lle mounts i took it iiany. I liavo not had a bleinl-.i- l upon my body fur the lost three months." T K. Wlloy, H(l tmbers st., New York City, "Lint fall nnd winter I was troubled with a dull, homy p.tlu In my side. I did not notico it much nt first, but It gradually grew worse until it lecninii almost unbearable. During the latter mrt of this time, disorders of the stout-at- h nnd liver increased my troubles. I began taking Ayer's Sarsnparllla, and, nfter faithfully continuing tho use of ibis medicine for some mouths, tho pain disappeared and I was completely Mrs. Augusta A. Fnrbush, cured." lliucrhlll, Moss. Wonderful Results. hate moved '1T0BACC0NET. .Livery, $tcd cad Sale Siablc MTT MEAT SKCOP, To I.niraiter lreet dtipoaite the Court Hnuc I alio keep a lot ol IIKILK on hand read) for aalc V. r ItAMhhV Stanford, K) LAM) FOR SALK. too acre on the Somerwi nnd Crab Oorchard Well of road Imlf way between the twii place good water at end of porch Half o eared and y A good outlet (or cattle, hogt acre In grat W G WALLACE nnd.liecp Oabnc). Ky S.I-- 5?TV llrC$ & CO., PRO RS. K h"r-- Mountsiin Xiind3 I ! W. H. JACKSOH IONDON, di't . Oik f ium 'Ut and have 400 acres more or tot, of Mountain, Coal and TltnWr I.alid that I will tell at a bargain I on teatnnai l term iii on iir rnilr ieit hate a More riwmto rent (or a furniture and hardware or tinner' fUbliltnienl in the in in, t. in n good (or to data For further iiifnrma Theeare C W Ml'. IV A I.F, .mathin, wrueto llarbourviKe, ky jj l nv. i r hir r . lit m ..i 1Qi ten I ondnn ji a il .1 ir in " hr .iatt is n Ayer's Sarsaparilla, mcr-Ann- by Dr. J. I'rlce t C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats. ; U bottle., fS. Worth 5 a bottl.- - t ant agenttur Die liiicinnatl I .irtcr Ir-- n Koof ing Compan) and urn prepared to lutiiKh their to buixders IRON ROOFING t$ per r , jfH. W COMPANY NOTICE I I tuuiie, nail, paint, At, included. I I Mll.l ION, GUf.lt atrial At Jj ? . A IS Z 6o-i- llowland, K) , j he Karniirk Nationtil lUnk, lovated at Man-fnrd- , etlling in in l.iiKoln cnunt. K) , i now McKIVNI'.V, KV .itliltand therefore n ilire i hcrcht i;iven to all holding' aid Itank note or h it inc. claim ag mitt Axocution to pct'.tnt ihim fur pavment Vat Drug. Mcdltlnc. the fimmi Strup nt I igs , Ca.hier. (HI 8 18M JOHN It OWM and t uet rmir prei rlptlons pnnnptli and ceir Mtple-Grocericreuly fillid at all hour, and to get fine Cigar, I nitet Article. ?U .goto l.otd A Co , McKinnc) l)r J A WILLIAMS will attend to nur drug department, alto attend In the wjiit o( the ick, night or da, in toitn or LOYD &o CO., CREAM 1 .n zuj l" tid '" rc i,EXVS1 'iinrri'- - mn JV J WOOD WALLACE, 513 4th St., Louisville. THE GERTS' FURNISHER, The fashion of the day in the Genu Furnith. Ing line will always tie found in my More. I am agent tor the Indianapolit Steam l.atindr), the bctl Laiuidrt in the werld. cutintry C N LEXINGTOIViKY. W. METlALr f iia METOALP ct HAYS, AHYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. and I'lNKVII.LE, KV IIAKIiOVKVILI.r TUB FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE I hite bought the right to tell the Florence Wathing .Machine and am now prepared to furnith all who may with to tate their clothe from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old procet of tvathinff. lake one and trt it and be convinced. I'll not orrt tuu about butlnir unlet tou are Tut ly tatiified a to it mcrilt, 1 he unucrtiffned nave utirLhateil the Wathing maihine and after a thorough trial, we take plcature in adding our tettiinuuy to it worth, anu wiinoui netitaiion pmnouuee it a tuccctt in every particular, doing all that It claimed for it Wm Daugherl), J W. Wallate, Dr. Ilourne, I , elopedla of uaolul information (or all wbo pur clinao tho luxurloa or tint noeeiallios of To the Farmers of Lincoln and oan olotbe you and lurnUh llln V you wltli all tho noceaaary and unuoctiaarj Garrard Countiesovpllancoi to ride, walk, dnnco. nlrep, 'I he Stanford Roller Mill Comiunt want tour oat, Jlih, hunt, work, go to church, whole wheat crop of iSSI, and will pay in cath the or atny at home, and In varloua alrra. niche! market nnce for it l not tell wiinoiit atyloa and quantltiei Jut figure out hrtt teeing Superintendent I'ottt at tilt Mill or what la required to do all these thing T I hOSTUt. inr tinuerli!neii COMFORTABLY, you can make fa" Pret Stanford Holler Mill Co eatlmateof theand XI value of the UUYElta' GUIDE, whioh will be ent upon receipt of 10 cent to par poatage, Will practice in any court in Kaitern Kentucky Kiamination of land title made aipeilalt) An) lie tract of timber, coal and mineral land for lie. Information turmthed on any point and j!i if solicited o it. J The BU YEns' eAch laiuoit March and Hopt., OUIDF3 joar. It la mi It oner. .Mr M.'Wl.Vl-riZiV.Slin- i' L From roust turkey to cream pie tho dinner wus delicious, und the Thtick rysnteus if nothing so good hud ever been before Sainantlin tired hirsclf in tho tasted. Lois. Mr Amanda I'eak. (ienrge i'etton. Alea llolu claw, C. C Fieldt, Albert tamiten.Sim Kainet, R K. Harrow, A M 1 eland and many other GAL m UOlbL, MWBlleW, MONTGOMERY WARD &. Avonue. CI.lc.go. Ill CO. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Headi,uailer Ft. KIN. at S s Mjert ttore. M V. ' NOTICE ! i THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. iTHAT FIGHT M A Simmon i BITTNKR CO., y Beauty lor. No TsIesircd and admired by all. Among ike things which may lent bo dono to cnhitiKo personnl beauty U the daily use of Ayur'n Hair matter "1'or shame, Lois Synims ! That Is Theo's greatest virtuo his lovd for his mother! I'o bo sure if I weroSamuntha ThacUery I'd ue less selfish and oxacting. and try to " " Yes, iou would ; dear, dear Aunt Thoozy ' And uou'il even take u poor girl into your kitchen und teach her how to be u tit wife for your son that's what jyott'd do, you darAs these words were spoken, and as sho stood with her young arms urouud mc, a tt great probability camo llko u cloud-bu- i Uon me. There, now, was a practical thing that" $0 'felP dry.orturningr.iy, what tho color of tho hair, this preparation gives It u lustre ami pliancy that adds greatly to its ilinrtn. Should tho hair bo thin, harsh, ling'" fa A ' TOJTHE CITIZENS OFLINCOLN COUNTY. TO $4- - PER DAY. ACCORD Having reientlt euuiiit'ed a fine Roller Mill 'in RATES S2.50 the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to ING TO ROOMS. equal in iiual.ty of llour, we think the eituen ol the county should hate cuuuty pride enough to and utain the lame We with to may concern that we are in tfic TURKISH A RUSSIVN HATIIS IN 1IOIE1. market to buy ) our u heat and turn and will al wa give the liighot markt-- t pnee for Mine. We have dded xn new machincr) to our corn meal department and CAn imw make meal tit ault any pcron It cauiMt be tnualMel h) any other mill Wc Mwcit a trial in our flour and in thit vicinity meal department. All nating grain In our line' for talc will plea tail at the Mill, where our STANFORD. KY, agent will be fiund at all time, who will give the (Iran aad aalpituff alwayt prkaw for . BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. W. N I'OTTS, in a'rxk Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co aft If Livir Mtdit nr, lit'd o I Jl.eilln,I'rop'rA vnuri nicrKATa Q.Simtron Llv M,c t. CI Tho Original Wins. Simmon. St. J V Louu, I'rap'r MYJHIIISS i i.. .m nui iur ar eati cured Iwbl'ctttov. IIil ioi UYkrtraiA,SicKlltar)AtiiK,! . . .. Ari'CTITK, n l.Tt Ilev T I. lli'im.lWMtril, i'attur.M. K. vn.rcn,rtiTm, Tenn., nt ! irnna i ttioulil liave been dead but iur jour iicnutne l. A. S rr mom Liver Medleina. IK.,. to euh' )W5 I aomrllmet had tnrirnii l lute lln'a tllllP' I. IteUHTal e,ne bul ' ,ioa't anver the '. c. '.. C'OfLtl tti E.H. . vartiit. Mimnhli .Tenn I reieiveda of Miur Liver Miduine, and hatr utcJ hall of It, Itworkalikoa rhtrm. I want nn bctl r I ivtr IteLulator and c r taiuly iiu moic ul cdin' inuture. Ur J K.Gravca.Kdltor The itt high reputation, and u Proprietor Chesapeake & Ohio ! - thu ill restore co!or, bring out a new growth, mid yonder tho old soft and shiny. 1'or Jicoplng tho scalp clean, cool, nnd Jicaltliy, there is no hutter preparation in tho market. 41 1 nm freo to confess that a trial of Ayer'n Hair Vigor has convinced inn that It is a genuine urtlcle. Its use has nut only caused thu hair Of my wife mid 'laughter to ho Aycr's Hair Vigor Abundant and Glossy, it. rJiittou, Oakland, Ohio. " My hair was coming out (without juiy ussi.stiiuio from my wlfo, cither). I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only one bottle, and I now have as line u liuad of hair as any one could wish for." It. T. Schmlttoii, Dickson, Teiiu. "" I ltavo used A ver's Hair Vigor In my Tamlly for a number of years, and regard It as tho best hair preparation I know of. It Keeps the scalp clean, the lulr soft and lively, and preserves thu irlglnal color. My wife has used It for at lone time with most satisfactory lieiijninlii M. Johnson, M. IJ., Thomas Hill, Mo. 44 My hair was hecomlug harsh nnd drv, Jmt after ttslni: half a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor It grew black ami glossy. I atiuot etpre.ss the Jov anil ; ilittnlo t STueL" Mabel V. H.udy, Del in, ill. It lnthe has given my rather stunted a respectable length and nms-fa- i ;" nppear-jiiicc- I Ayer's Hair Vigor, IIV TOt. Co., Lowell, Mass. J. C. Ayor Sold bv Driig'jbts and Pfrfnmcri. & Ifoufddo a practical thing liroiMdn' 1 PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINSbad felt that somo plan would suggest Itself if I should go to Lois, and, behold! I saw her, in my mind's eye, in my own model kitchen, gowned ui calico and neatly To Washington, Richmond and LOIj ( TIUVK0IVI.NO lV. aproned, standing before my squaro table Old Point Comfort. kneading dough, peeling jiotatocs, and oven eulogistic coniiuoiidntiona bIio )io.tiod upon stirring up cake I tho head oftlio happy girl, who waited "Is Theo," I began, striving to speak upon liar every Kyllablo us if thoy weru LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE calmly, "is Theo worth tho effoitf Would cuch a tx.'iiil of great prit'o, which slio To Loulsvilo und Olncllnnatl' you come and live uitlt mo this summer would fuln RtriiiK uk)u love's golden strand! Connections direct fur .ill point in the RAILROAD. and go through u regular course of study When thu toothsome dainties had ull been WEST NORTH - WEST AND 1a)1h? My saying it may sound icoultl you, discussed, utn sign fiotn mo Theo led Lob, I he (ire-iSOUTH-WES- T. ublt egotistical, but Hamattthu Thackcry bv tho baud to wucro his motlior stooil beo and breathed can't hold tho tiniest Christmas candle to fore tho big open THROUGH TRUNK LINE. my cooking; and" rather thun spoko: No. 4. .so 3. " .Mother '"' To Tlu "Aunt Thoozy, jou nro an iingcl a dear, IN vrrn.Thn 13, 'iy. Dail) blessed, wluglcss angel You know that Dally. Kx. Sun. With a littlo look of wonder on hor dear Theo is more to mo than my life; und lime I old fuco she turned und gazed at tho two In 7 op p m 6 50 a m l.ve l.oinnille have despaired of ever coming Into pos- silence. Arr l.evlniitoii is jj p m li 50 a m session of that splendid youth that prince Is Lois this is Lois, my "Mother, this Wall " White oiilplnir SpriiiR 5 10 a m among men who has tho strength of a lion wife, who bus won her right tojourlovo ' Charlottt Ills .V Ml unit j 10 p 11 40 p in ' 9 oj p m 3 50 p m " Kichmonil a dovol But, thuuks to und consideration" and the heart of " iu 33 a in 6 35 p m you, I'll win him now, und my inother-in-- , ' "Your wife, Theol" tho mother cried In " Newport New Old l'oint Comfort it co a m 7 00 p in law that Is to bo shall eat hor own tones of profound astonishment, .u't holding " Norfolk. 40 a m 7 40 pm . us Burely us sho shall oat my own bread out hor arms towttid tho cilinion-cheokcW.nMnnlon.. 9 40 p m 8 ti p m Louisville 11 jj pin 11 ' lUltnnore 5 P in und may both provo digestible!" girl" your wlftT" bis wlfo," quoth ' Philadelphia To Nashville, m..i 3 00 a in imam There never, to me, was a summer liko I. " New Vork "Yes, BuniJiitha, .1 ml 6 to 60am Memphis, Unit. I forgot, almost, that I was a lonely "Sho learned to cook, since only through old woman, whoso treasures wcro laid away your stomach could your hard old heart bo Atlanta, In tho cemetery besido Ilothol Chapel and l.cxinzton Ditiilon l'rani run hy Central time touched. TuUo Iter, 8auiantha Tluckery; run I felt my heart growing young ugaln in tho tuko her as u precious gilt from mo; for Main I, me I rain I eat of Huntington than liy Kait Montgomery, Central one hour faiter cm time, which cheerful prosonco of tho two dear ioung sho Is my licit I qui tbo happiest old and Little Rock, "aIIDITIONAL TK A INS No, 11, daily ex. people. woman ullvot" '"i Mt SterFor thero wcro hew dear young pioplo cepl Sunda, leave Olitc HilU 43 " Ood bless you, my daughter, and you, Mobile and New Orleans. very often Theo muuaging to slip into the too, Theodore, my son ! But why this haste ; ling 700 nmtnrrtve Lexington 833 a nt; urnie at Cincinnati !aVielieler 11 J5ai. I didn't kitchen tit many a noontime, und if and why wus I, your mot Iter, not to sco her No ij, il.iil except Sundty, Ieac Cincinnati Newport News & Miss.Valloy Oo. know Sumuntlui Thackcry utll (sho camo in own son married, IIVii, I say. Hncalr, jrxp m:I.exiiiRionS.t5P"'. arrive .til aierung i' state and ceremony on un average of twice Aratbuslal'1 Oi!) one chance to point In 7l pin, Olive lliUQJopn on I orge at 7 00 a mi No. t. ilailv. leave Clifi a year to call), I'd have been too uneasy to " Because it wus too great u i isk to run," Charletton U 30 p m, arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; havo enjoyed us keenly us I did u sight of vouchsafed I, betweon laughing und crj lug; Colnmbu 11 17 r & A'hland 7 to a m; arrive at their happiness. No. t, duly lea "too great a risk, nnd Theo's happiness all . Clifton I'orce 1 16 p m We begun u regular courso together, my at stake; for nho might, jou know, havo r i,,ir.m ,,iia Car on all lliroiiKh train EMIGRANTS -- 1'iillman Sleepinc apt pupil und I, from setting tho spongo of burntd the tmhtul" EA Best. Old Uommion Steamhip teate Nprlork on Mon Seeking linmcion the line of thi road w ill receive tho llrst loaf to spreading tho Icing upon dap, Tuesday, Wedneday, Ihtinila) and Satur Special rate, A Coiiiinoiiplai'e Uteut. Vork. 6 30 p in tho most delicate of layer cukes; und, by S"Sec acenltot thi Company for rate,route " Were you qut last evening I Bnw every duy dl Ticket, for New For Kate. Information, elc, apply to Ac,, or writs to time the sumac bushes waved little thing the was dark ut your houso." Icket office or addre C. I1. ATMOIIK. 0. I'. & T. A., scarlet bannerets in tho autumn winds, the " No, but the gas was." I.oulnyie, Ky Lola 8. mmb would buking und brewing of II. W 1'Ul.I.hK, Kcceiter EAST Hotel mil maintain t determin. d thut it shall he tecoud to mi tonniry Hotel in or Atten the State in it Fare, Appointment, ion to hi Outit. Ilaggag cmtvcytd to and from depot free of charge- - Sneiul accommoJa lion to Commercial 1 ravelert Tin old and well known ' "WEST IL. & N t A3STTER f Jllvrt -- CHICKEN - Cholera Cure! i llto-plac- j 1 SOUTH & WEST 111 1 d , , c, 1. ARKANSAS TEXAS. in-- Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi era. It is more fatal to chickens than all ,ther diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol u remedy unit positivth cures il hasbcen made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only reiuircs a trial a sotents bottle is enough fm one hundred chickens. It is d Jf, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoioughlv satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undei signed and vour money will be refunded guar-antectwo-third- s r'orialeby McUoberU A Sngg, Stanford . r, fejj- .,'&. S