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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888120401 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. - I' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. OTTENHEIM. I Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, d888. NO. 85 uom-indent cr - History of Our Gorman ITo tlie Editor of.he Interior Journal.) I'oiir year ajjo Mr. .lacoli Ottenlielm-- , crllrxt visited thin country in search, of u miitnlilo location for, a colony of German HpeaUinn people. The ml-- 1 vnntajjert of thlH section wen at once apparent to him. Tliero were onoujjh lions-o-s to In'Kin u settlement. The lunds weiv . i- i.v ww mmilllnn' T,1 wlorod public school in this district begins h,0. ';. -- t . v. J. l'iko t. n Itnl . g.r at nas iiuio Ills house aged three days II. C. (.'entry, the father of 0 boys, will make application for a pension. Win. Parker, tho man wounded nt cheap nnd convenient to iiiIIioiiiIh and ty or particular individuals. Tin result tho circus here, was in town yesterday. ......., .1. ... - .I ...i Some 0110 appropriated a barrel of w... K.i uiww, lOKtiiiiT ...in. ui.uwas unexpected and hardly a republican forhln.Hi.lf and ,,.,,.. Induced him to uJ frm.iOl.h, or iloitiocraiiu worker escapeu indict salt from the front of L. 15. Adams' store x,lMlMv Svt ,,ocia cm about .,,OUU .teres lyin ' ,B u, lnkl. ment. It caused great consternation a few nights ago. f of . ween Crab Orchard and Hlyl. land. If thanksgiving dav was known or , among the members of tho gt o. p. for n in(, ft (kirman fjom In w ,, ., ,. ... . ion and ...in.ifSo- And under 1. d ot iiiu io,,,, iM tlu. jK)l- - few days. Thk however, has all blown l,oucwl "oro " '"" on Tlu. llllu.r IlIlsi nient tl.o Lincoln Und Companj be . over, im the consoiiuoliees have nroveii l''" ireigni not running I A writ ha been issued against .Mm ho work of .luvvloplim and ,,o .. hit K J ,,, of what particular justnes and fitness of Cliumlov for his attack on Conductor the section tusks ruqtilr nK labor. ' ' frt,nlUm. willl u; T,e ,wltrv yanl b to materia! thev iiult'i'H nml (mn. Cabler at Livingston a few nights since, ,,.n.Uuroof money business ''' ltc In the cento of 'the colony, iiiuiiwvaltliiittoriibVHoutnnii an over- to on. ,, Afl men., tac nut lab "y nm- ; whelming republican district. There -- W(J Mi'ntniitl that W. S. Jackson of 1"h been appointed assistant not acpudnted with tho n.odorn net it w, ,,0 a" II10llJ, wore, I understand, over 'JO indictments !of lnilon, now claim agent on the Knoxvillo di- xl n colon z nii and .iovolopIiiK a i.orbnns! ' ' to8how the settlers hou tho raisinj: of hmutilit nuaiiwt ronub ins and country. half that many against democrnts, but it vision. poultry should be carried on. IV. Itobbins, a man with n family, of .Now roads had to 1h constructed, olu scorns that this republican court lots onMr. Ottonlicinicr is now nnd hotels oneoropnrod, dwe I turs, l.rush Crook neighborhood, is missing. huiixnitlnii Afwnt . f the Cnnndinu l'a- - ly two or three indictments como to So f ....(., '...11J, . ., is a woman to whom ho had been , ,. ... ltll.1 Wllll-- limi-, limn !,, ,,,,,. democrats, VIII. .111111141, IIIV JIIIUOl ItllllWllll wn .inn light, and those two against least, immigrants had to bo Induced to whoso work at t lie polls told more than paying some attention of lato. continent, whose lino extends from tl.o Mr. lvlitor, you can sit in yourotllce nettle iiK)ii and neUlro by purchase own- any other two workers in November. Atlantic Ocean to the l'aeilli-CWtparts of tho land labors 6f almost incon- ing over 11,000 miles of railroad ami mil- Tho better clnss of citizens knew these and threaten dire vengeance against your ceivable dillicullii's, demanding the ex- lions of acres of laud. ( Ittenliciitior's du- indictments, nil, wore just nnd in accord- correspondents, but you don't want to -ercise of every faculty and ijualityof bus- ties an enormous, nil the emigrants ance with laws enacted by our legisla- come fooling' 'round in this neck o' the woods talking that way. Hut of course iness. Mr. Ottenheimer landed in tho pott of New York, Phila ture, and hoped the enforcement of these fellows you meant. nnd alone undertook this work. Tli0 delphia and It.iltiuiorc consigned to this laws would check this great evil with it was tho other Hold of his labor being from his territory Speed II. Hunt, sou of J. M. Hunt, which we are so well acquainted, nnd road, us well us tho bundled of eini in Lincoln county to Custlo (.'anion in jinmt agencies in l'urope, coining under for an ollicor or otllccrs to shun theirdu-ty- , formerly of this county but now of MadNew York, (tennany nnd Switzerland. us was done at this court, in order to ison, who was reported to have been his chargo nnd care. Husnlcs tliic, he is It has demanded of him mnrvolous n hIisiiiiii on lint found dead on n Little Hook train three intcii-Mein n laud enterprise with his hlifiilil ti.irlv uvirlmrx. endurance and patience, qualities sondu-la. ,vrlt,,N from Inuinn Territory in the .State of Pennsylvania couits of our old State that iiothingshort .v" ' '"- .w'"-'-r t,,ilt ' which he fortunately posM.sid and ho " &o. and nannies his former responsibilities of tin iinpenchment would satisfy. (J 01 a nice nine rauono. ms ninny inuiuis hni nccomplinhed grunt results. He be- in tho management of tho Lincoln CHURCH AFFAIRS. in tliis nnd Mndihon counties will be gan at n most unfortunate time; lie has o enterprise. We extend our hearty glad to hear this nows. had to moot unfnneon circumstances, enSabbath morning collection at the 011 his return nnd wish him all the "Wheat, tirely iK'yond his control. When tho success he J. P. Sandifer was hero last week, Presbyterian chinch will be for the edudeserves. enterprise times Goods it Beef, was in this ('oinnanv beiran cation of colored minister ami colored (ieorgo Denny, of lmcaster, Hush; iuimediatoly cntuo business place Saturday. Friend J. Iv. McClary wen A Palace or Salt. evangelization. anticidepressions, accoir.p.inied by it groat re-- , llev. S. C. Humphreys lias closed asks if your proof render was not The people of Salt Lake City are contluctlou in thai inrt'lgn iiuniigniuoii iro.u templating tho erection of n great "salt meetings at Mt. Hebron and the Fork pating a big thanksgiving dinner when which the colonization was expected; palace." It would bo a structure that with nltout oO additions. Hev. W. W. lie rend the proof giving the returns of Suusnge Grinders, Butcher Knivos. Snge Ohyenne and next and In succession two of the worst would lay in tho shade nil tho ico and Gardner, I). D., assisted liim. Ijtncas-te- r tho Rtli district in the late election. Eni- .......... I... .Will .-. t crops f.. .......; g o ... Bliiak Pepper. mett Proctor goes to Mitchell Intl.) lor News. mm nlfln(1 evn TOI18trll.twL Tll. ., of ... ....... of tho followiiiL' season could only bo. next week. John W. .1. . on- All young ladies wishing to unite nun uiu Mriniuiv I'uiiui ui- ui me Saturday old at ruinous prices, t ii.ltir heso cir- .,, ()( twk 8Ik ,0 P foiul)l h with tlie Young Ijulios' Missionary So- Ladonia, Texas, arrived here Sweet 'and Sour Pickles--"Bu- !k and in Bottles, Sorghum, evening in answer to n telegram calling much time, tait , Ur, ,Iwrrklll clIll,wI carm, ,, cumstnnirs it ciety of the Presbyterian Chinch will &c. who is very Honey, mki inanagome..., unynuiK mW lxnnnffftl while tho interior fittings meet in Mrs. Iteu Helm's room next him to see his brother Steve, low with pneumonia. S. W. Pnrris is in bk expense on Ottenheimer s part t Hho;im lKM,f crVstlized work from tho Thursday at the close of school hours. prevent ri most iiwutiroiw Kid. Zach. Sweeney is reaping the Louisville. kl. 0Il amn& scale. Sucli a palmo among Ills coioiiikis. .'ivrunnoierv no sliouiit in permanent u properly pro harvest of tho good seed sown by Kev. We did not observe till after the last kept up his courage nnd .struggled on tected from tho winter rains. It could (Jeorge O. Harnesnt Paris and is "gathfirst-clas- s. niidmuid all these ditliculties has at bo made of tho mo-- uniipio nnd striking ering them in" nightly. There bad been issue was printed that in transferring JggPrices- always reasonable and goods the form from the stone to tho press and ux- kit nil titiu-- been full of tllfltlll v f U'"V IttNO " ..!(.... ..It.ld ...ttt.. 1.. I.S v. -- , rJfill.,,f( ll lltlllf iliT,,,,V'of it aWtlllfl "v Wh,.., JO oddtoconfensions at his meeting in that some of tho figures in the table below T. It. .,.,,...,,. jHM.iem ...... umniimimp ... ,..0,l,. last accounts. place dropped out, thereby rendering it valuennd his lultorH liavo btu rewarded by lighted by According to the statistics the electricity tho structure would less for reference. In consequence we the location of more thnn ,WO are the most liberal in are forced to give it again, as many will nil tho sparkle and diamond lllitter county hutidreib, have brimrlnar to the missionary contributions. They f if the izroat ico palaces, with the dillor- - their future of thousands of dollars. Uwollings have! once in the salt palace's favor that bent gave during the year $1.17 per member; want to preserve it accurately for reference. Wen built. Tho lands have been Episcopawould not melt or dim ulorios in the Northern Presbyterians "C VII. Ml I.W" SI IAl.l. ' least, f irgiiim Nov.. Lntorpnso lians ."i'Ve; Northern Methodist 0c; tho forests boing . suitable portions of tho -Southern Presbyterians 4Sc; Southern COUNT-IKScleared to lit tho hinds for cultivntion Five Ways to Cure a Cold T.EIS V. IIUFFMAX, MothodUtH lioe: Southern Haptists Sc. nnd gardens, orchanls, vlnoyni.ls and I. ltatho tin foot in hot water and SURGEON' DENTIST, Next Sundav morning at IktlO o'clock "iStr! , , . 75 - - KltNTVCKV. Holds of gmss and gnilu luivo changed drink a pint of hot lemonade Then STANrORD, i mi AnJerssn. o me ccnooi win iiojle 14l "1J3 oilmen Office south side Miin, two door above Depot St, i iSO 1170 the natural landscape in all directions. s.x.ngr with salt watr nn I reinnin in a j ,neot a Presbyte-- ' ywUm .r""ZZ'ZZ:::"J, nuditoritiin of the "JIIjTTJC IJOU'XUC." Not Ion than $.IX0 ban Imoii 4$ 7ll warm rooiu linn church, w liicli hn. been kiudlv oiler jeMumine I.IJOi road-9' llllIVl in building and repairing ev- ud by that congregation. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE --'. Ifctthe the face in very hot witter ask every l.iRCom...... TJI I2tni 165 Livery, fficd and Sale Stable Mr. Ottenheimer lias also had good ho- ery Ave minutes for nn hour. From al7I 49 member to attend nnd thus expreSHOiin MadUnn Mcrcur CENTRAL KENTUCKY tel built at tlie colony for tho accommo.'. Smill'iip the nostril:' hot salt niirecintlon of their kiudncKi. Through Oirsley a 10401 Kuctcaitle r'.v-r- t dation of immigrant and the tnivollng every three lioura. To all Points- ait unavoidable delay it will impossible Shelby 'H public generally, and tho colonists, H4 4. Inlmlu iiiinnonin or inentliol. to have tlie Christian church ready for by tho Company, hnvy built hero Y Take four bourn arrive exerrfcx1 in occupancy before the week following. Total i6aV i4iu' im twoclumdies, Lutheran mid Catholic; tin ojx'ii lmir. Goo. II. lit nee, superintendaut. McCrnry's Plurality, 1,149. common schools have lxwu established, Key. nnd Mix Geo. O. Hanios and Summer colds are the worwt of nil colds FAST LINE BETWEEN of colonist under tho management Syrup of Figs ofttenliiiH, as it is then very lllfllrtilt to Jli-- Mario ami ("corgi were horen short W.H. JACKSON & CO., PFIO'RS. LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. J protect one's elf properly. A time Satunlay, UieguestsofCol.nndMis. li Nr.turo's own truo laxntlvo. It is the Tilt: I.1MOI.X I.AKD I'OMI'.IXV I ON DON, KV ilns.il nf miinliiii will iisiu.llv hraitk nn n W. O. Welch, where a number of their most easily tnken, and tbo most effective in developing nml colonising tho lands u tho Utvini)jn;.. Anything thnt old friends called to shako hand, with remedy known to Cleanse tbo System SCHEDULE IN I'FFIXT.MAYjd, iH3 Gi'd lMrnnut and saddle hor.e alA.nys lor hire London Is the noit convenon reasonable tfrm lias oi course uoou p.ii .o " K. i)Jmj(i iu.,ivy In elrcnUUmi nli them again iu tho llesh. Each was look- when Bilious or Costivo; to dispel ient point on the railroad to reai h places in the No. 4 No. V. and labor, for nil of which, iiuhtht, will do it, whether it b drtins or tbo uw ing unusually well, Mr. Humes havinc, No. 6 to Colds, nnd Fovora; to Curo Habit-u- in t'ic mountain section of the State. mid South Tho Uiuls of the huckaHW. JIVu. al Newi. good will D..il Ex Sun. Ex Sun. ageuined aldermanie propoitlons to n conConstipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. of liavo ulreiiily more t undispovHl 3 8 30 8 Coviniit Le Falmouth. . 10 03 a ro o a18 p in' 3 co pp in siderable extent. Tbuy wont on to Manufactured only by tho California Fig m a m; n m Lve than doubbnl in value mid . the colony HarrlUo Cuttan. iu Spain. P ,n 05 a m,io it p m t where they aro to hold meetings Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. I.veCyillhtana 11 40 a niuo 50 p m' 5 10 p m A horrible euittoiti prevail in font horn .rows mid tho territon- la developed they Arr l'Ml until Tuesday night, going tlienco to l"or side by A. H. Penny. Stanford 10 p m rr I.exinffton... Iu ,o p in ijo p ni will continue to grow iu value. Spain of exhibiting cnrps, ihvnm-- in Louisville Two weeks will 11 m a mlA II r. m ? 20 r m Lte Paris j Thii U the n.te.1 snreHcfuI elhirt at nil the tlm-r- nbtain.ihio, in the windows. be given to that city nnd then a strike ri Winchester... i3 i p mill it p in 6 oj p in Bucklcn'c Arnica Salve. HwraBM oo p in iu Arr Richmond.... vol liudertHken in thin The people stand und pve with as muuh will be made for the Siinnv South. inloiiiwitioii rr Lancaster. .. S to v j The bwt iiiilve In tlie wtirlil Inr uu. liruii.es m 0 oo iiinnlfeAt Arr Stanford Mate. Iu benofltrt nre not only titJtWpMf&!waS2HrPs&&' BSH. interna ns if the ghastly spectticle ws sbre, ulcer, .ilt rl.ruiu, fever sores, tetter, chapLve Richmond .. oj "'I ped" HancU, chlllil.ilin. corci;,.iml all tklu in the territory owned lv the colony, one which gave tlieni great pleasure and The S. S, S. Union at Turnersvllle. Arr Ueren J .0 p ni, atiJ pojitUcly ruret pilw, or no pay re..... Arr Lexington.,.. 5 45 I' m wxtonds to and beiittlltx the wholo reninrlifi and oven joXee are passed freo- who attended tho Union nt Those but to gW perfect atitac-tln& CO., by giving an inipetusto trade en- Ivuiiiong tlieiu. A short time since a Turnersville Saturday say that it was one quired, ll Is guaranteed No. j. No j. No. j. or money rcfundeil. l'rice 35 cenli per box. terprise nnd business. At the und of young gill who was about to be niairied of the most enjoyable and instructive of For sale by A. K. l'enny, Stanford, li. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Lve Lnint'tcMi... Swam tho llrst two years of Ottonheimor's la- sickened and of virulent smallpox. Her any of tin similar meetings held in tlie Lve Hertn ........ io as am Are still in the buslnes and ready lo do anybor ho had located IL'O families of thrifty parents dressed her in nil her bridal fin- comity. Visitors wore taken care of Arr Riclimoad it 43 a in thing in the Undertaking lino. We have a full The Business Bosininj. Swiss set- ery, orange wreath and veil included, with great hospitality and ovurytning 7 jo a in stock: of Cases and Caskrtk of nil kinds nnd Robes Lve Stanford and industrious (ionnan am" .. 8 io Lve ueh Our hearse, which is between and laid her, dUlguicd ns she was, iu lone to injure them a pleasant time. l'r jIjjMj no one tliin- brs cauel diu a gener- of can deicription. on dhort notice. Mr.nearly Arr Lancaster ... ii no a in some tlers, when Richmond. am be obtained new loteu Green has charge of our business and will J. If. al roi4l of tradt at A. K Penit)' show Richmond..., 6 jo Hjino of the stockholders and Ottenheim- the window to be gnxetl at by all pn.vorrt Following are the resolutions adopted: tlnir fllg awsy to thair cmtomer of o many our Roods to any one needing anything in our Le Winchester.. t 30 P !" 7 ao am. n m Arr $ p in 1. That wo heartily endorse the action trial boltU of lr. Uiiu' Nw Uiicov ery for Con. Inc. er arose, which resulted in Ottonheim-o- r by. After this, one can hardly wondor Arr Pans 3 5 P '" 8 25 a m zu Lve Lexiugton p in, 7 35 a m 301pm the management. at the fearful prevalence of smallpox and of tin Kentucky Sunday School Union tuaiptlon l'hair trade i simply eiiormou. In .hit 3 00 withdrawing from Lve Paris 3 40 p ni' 8 30 am 3 jo pm very valuable article from the fact ilijt It alay Their dill'orences have all satisfactorily mich liko diseases in the southern part iu holding (lie meeting at this placo on cures and neier dl.iplnt. Consb, Coldn, Lve Cyuthuna 4 06 p III! 90S 1 in 4 30 p m m' 10 4 Ji Le Falmouth.. 0 00 )p m 11 oj a m 5 5P m li.vn oxnlained and good foaling exists T of tho peninsula. Cor. Sun Frnneis-ctho present date. Amluui, llroncliitU, Croup ami all Throat and Arr Covington. 35 a m 050 p SUCCESSOR TO few Chronicle It be. again. For tho last two years very 2. That wo insist 011 tho hearty I.uns Dleas qiiitkly ctirl. You ct n tel trial bottle fne- large M'MIOHAEL, fore buyinz by fitting On THE HATTER, 8 30, a thea)5ille branch, No6, p leaves Paris at additions have been added to the colof all the Sunday Schools in m and No. ll, at 5 jo, m, 'arriving at site $1. K'cry bottle warranted. " Viiinnthy," said tho old lady, from and it looks as if the enterprise ony, county in this work. Maysil!e at 1030, a in, and 740, p m. No. 10 5U 4TH AVENUE, of tho stairs, "what does that leaves Maysville at 6 00, a ni, arriving at Paris at the head !5. That we favor holding was abandoned. Epoch. these union 8 so, am No. u leaves at 105 and LOUISVILL.E, KENTUCKY. These trains are anUesat Paris it 315,1" The losd of Mr. Ottonheimor's service young feller mean by stayin' so late'.'" meetings (piartorly at such places as may The transition frin Uns, I.n?t,rf.nt tnil ivalnful daily except Sunday. was u severe blow to the welfare of tho "Excuse mo one moment, Mr. Herring," lie determined lit each previous meeting. icknr to robiitl lica tli m.irU an epoch in the No. 31 leaves Cotlngtonat 830am, arrives at Such a remarkable eent U lifuorthclndivlUu.il. Falmouth at 10 30 a Sunday only. No. 31 . That the various S. S. superintend-nut- s Company and tho colony. Ottenhelmor Bald Ainantby, nnd she closed tho parTho' Nobbiest & Most Stylish leaves Falmouth at 4 j'o pm. arrives at Covington treamred in the meniury and the nency whereby to liavo any moro to lor door softly and whispered hoarsely at 6 30 p m; Sunday only. No. 15 leaves Lexingrepeatedly urge it upon their respective schools the Roiid health I1.11 been ntmined is gratefully Stock of ton 7 15 p m, arrives Palis 7 5 p m. No. 8 leaves Itcnco It i that n Uliicb i heard in do with the enturpriso ns n company, up tho stairs: "I think ho menus busi- tho importance of contributing liberally so v III. arrives raimoutn 730 ni, LovliiElou No 7 leaves Falmouth at 5 50 a ni, arrives at Cot praiu tifl'lcctric ItiltcM. So many feci they owe fearing a collapse of the whole, which ness, ma. You get to bed." Epoch. to this glorious work. ingtcn at 7 50 a m. their resturnttnn tohenHli to the us,u of the Great might bo of injury to tho settlorsnnd tho ). That we tender to the citizens of DAILV EXCEPT SUNDAY. Alterative and Tonic. If you nre troubled wiih The Only Perfect Remedy NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between WinCompacolony. Ho suggested that tho thcTuriieanville community our hearti- auydi.cikuof the KlJnejJ, Lnor or Stomach of chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other constipation, dyspepsia, and habitual ny Bbould bo wound up, the assets divid- For est thanks for the unexcelled hospitality oiizorborttan'Jins, yo will lur.'ly find relief Ever brought to tliQ city of Louisville, now open trains are daily except Sunday. vv uircci connection is nuae at incncsicr wun among tho shareholders, when ho kindred ills n tho famous California liquid and friendly greeting they have extend- by mc of I'.lcctrlc Hitters. Sold nt joe and $1 per including the ed Chsapcake S Ohio for Ml. Sterliug, Ashland bottle .it A. It- Penny't tlruB ilore. fruit romedy, Syrup of Pigs. It strongth-e- ed to us. Huetington. Charlestan, W. a. find hastern cities inwould take chargo of their eoparato KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CD'S. HATS Not. 4 as well us cleanses tho system, it is ...FnS LINK - Willi i 1 and.... run via Winches. (I. That those resolutions bo published tci:.i. Why will you cough when Shi oV Cure will And also my own importation of Knglish Hats ici.oouiivi KillUl ...t.i. .i.unman ll.lll U.l, w terests and mnko thnt success of tho coloa., and Win tween Cincinnati and Richmond, taken, und perfectly harmless. most excel- Sive immediate relief? I'rlce 10c, 50c aud $100. ittilly with the proceedings in our Washington. and ny which he promised on the start both lent county paper, the Ixtkuioh Jock-Nai- Mc'lobert&Sts, Stanford, Ky Crow & Co. and Caps. An elegant line ol Canes hand. I.yon's chester andtickets ana baggage checked to any sale by A. H. Penny, Stanford. through For Fine Celebrated Umbrellas always on to his associates und tho settlers. Mr. destination reached by a railroad. McKinney.Ky.; E. W Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky E. 11. Huazlkv, 1 (Vs. advice was taken and tho lands nnd For full particulars address any agent of the Co. A. T1t.w1.01t, Com'tee. The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Uourbon, Ind. SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, ' K. II. 1IACON, InJIgeitlon, Conti S. F. .MORSE, you made m.teralite Are among the shareAV. V. McCiiAitv, J Traveling Pass g r Act., Gen Pajs"g'rAi?t other assets divided ays: "Both myelf and wife owe oin liM to DiixIneM, Lots (if Appetite, Velliiw Skin? Covington, Ky. Order outspecialty. Ky. Lexington, McKobcrm .V Stage Gloves and other Furs, Shllah'i Consumption Cur holders. There were suilleiont assets to .SIiiloli' Vluliicr l a positive cure. McKobert H.E HUNTINGTON, Genervt Manager, Mrs. Sarah Isler died iu Louisville Stanford, Ky.J Crow .t Co., McKlnney, Ky.J E, side of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guarancover each s.tookholdcr'b Investment in k.V Sukc, StAnforJ, Kj-- i Crow Co., McKinner GenOfficea. Covington, Kontuoky. lyr teed. Don't tall toorderaNOllllV HAT. W. one,Crah Orchard, Ky. W Orchuril, Ky. aged 100 years, : inonthaand 21) days. full, with prospect of n protlt on same. Ky.; K. .Jone. Crah ',l'8t I101'"" Selllcment There. i"10 ,w ncw ,fe ,o pun-lms- ... '' TIichc nre now plart'tt hi liin hands to ilo w''- - OttenliL'liner will nnd htnft ,t lJu on ntiothur boom. Ho Ih vxpuctud lnm in n few ilnys ti orpinizu n stall of iidhtiititi, wliun lio will direct mill iminiiKV from Now York, when hois located. We arc Informed that Oltcn-lieimintends to niako boiiic valunlilc. iiiiprov-otnoiitin the colony, which will materially help the- welfare and prosperity of the HtltlerH. Auioni; tlieni nrv a and n poultrv vard on a Thwarting Justice. I'Jilor Interior Journal.) Court closed ' Loxdox, Dec. lioro the '2d tilt, and tho grand jurvincn were kept busv from the lirst dav of their meetiiiL' until tho adloiiiiiment f,f court. Ths wiisow nirtothuHpecn ii- -l htructions of tho judge concerning elec tion bribery, nnd the grand jitrv under took to do its duty well and thoroughly in this respect and without regard to par(To tli ircuit MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. """" Whwit throughout the county is in "'., k . I T. R WALTON MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, STANFORD, KEJTTtTCKTr. , d,, n-- c , , - l.ed ,,,, ,,;.,!,,, J 111:1 c I 1 I ,.".,, .11, , I -- 1 .1 single-hande- d SEAS0MBLEG00DS.-:- -- Currants, Citron, Raisins, Pigs, Conosntrated Coooanut, Gelatine, Corn Starob., Cnooolate, Extracts, on-vts- 1m J '' "' -' d L-ui- wel-com- I Hominy, Maccaronl, Oatmeal, Cracked Cheese, Dried Canned Generally. f . . -.- ... ..-..- ,. ,, ( col-leg- 111 - ml "'- '""'H - nrtl. - I -- I ,.. '" 1 14 Waltox. iinmi-j-mnt- s. ll .J, jl-01- ; . , ! . .,..,... I . KentuckyCentral R. R. t. . 1 11 ur I n I - r 1(1 olll-ci-r- s. wn-gmi- n . "I"' Head-riche- s, d tin-r- ! 11 Ixib-ttiio- n, 11. . - . -- en.p-tlon- s, n J. mmmimssMss T. STJTTO evi-r- ttansnis! HI ., I V . North-Uot't- k. - I M-- 'f , r. b. geoghe;gan, . .. . Liu-coi- n .1 111. 1111 d blc-se- d, 11 FALL HATS, world-renown- ed 1 m 1 . 11. ... r.-- .. 1 ., li- - (. . 1 1. ,fc -- t -- ss r t . ! :S .r iMLmmmpm r fwV."".ii ii tmrn 11 wwp wwB3BsawyB Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky , STANroiiD, Deckmukk !, 18SN W. P. WALTON. Tin: action of the democratic gjwin ors of Tennessee, Maryland and North Carolina granting cortillcatos to the candidates, who haw a majority on the face of tlio returns, has settled the lower House of Congress beyond nil doubt in favor of tlio republicans by a majority of 7. Tho governors named might have with considerable reason withheld tho certitlrates to tho republicans, because of the irregularities, but they are democrats and would take no semblance of an advantage over an enemy. The horns and tail having gone with tho hide to the republicans, it will be interesting to ob-- i serve what they will do with them. There is one thing certain, tho surplus will go, The Ameiieaii Forestry Congress will meet in Atlanta", Ga., on this oth, Oth and 7th of December. Go'. Heaver lias accepted tlio invitation to act as marshal of the inaugural parade on the Ith if Mai eh. Hrouoh--, tho anarchist who plotted to blow up .several Chicago ollloora with dynamite, was given 1'J yeans in tho pen. The first train over tlio new Louisville, St. Louis ami Texas road left Louyesterday moiii- isville for mg. I'mlorthe new law tho Kieeton 1 College will not assouiblo until tlio I'd Tuedity in January, which falls upon the Sth. Hon. W. Godfrey Hunter says he will not content tho election of Hon. I. Oiu-nsbor- D.invllle and citmo over and spout the night with us. Owing to tliuir late and unexpected arrival, only a few friends thutu. In u had an opportunity to si-- 2TOrJCj;S! iie-tt- ; SEW Stau-fi'lil, FURNITURE STORE few weeks t!ioy will Iravo IIontiu-r.- i carry 15ro. tlng'id tidiiiju 15 j tin n K.Ht.i!..n irn m Iirt8 a eiiriou l i?) LONDON, KENTUCKY, by yellow fever, ho will ba foolish CAPT. rflA.JK D. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. enough to tell the poo pie that tho Sou of Thoroughly lM .hi. ,1 4.id lltfurmiheil. Tim'0( ku'iw what lie was talking about; cImk Kr in Kcn .,m' ,. CCm, I).iy una m 'M that the Father is like the Sou, and that 1 ri.i am met by fulli I'.it wi, oi thi t'apulm neither of them ever engaged hi tho fe- ltoue. f. s ver business, or anything else that lot. lo-tpin-duce- hut to.savo thorn." So wholi ho gets to the laud that has been sorely scourged Josui told t'10 truth w!i Inul "not ro:in ti ili'ntr m:i's lit ilM tint sain I!.-- 'I lif I iinilvr; NVtmnal Until, locutcil at in Ut.colii enu it ky,h now cltllitu n. iiiltltn .mil iterator ntiv i glvtn to nil nl IUilk' MnMiny of hilvlht'eidillu IgNlliM s.ii.1 miioii to ilwm lot payment .v. (M. iS, iM JullN II iWM.KV. Catlncr. hl 1VUV(MK :P((Ui,l,MAiv, 1'UID.P, i ' l!v.- -. JACKSON HOUSE . - mfTJfv V m&masSf-... T?-- 1 ' rtlffi f.) j T-St K u-,. .f i HUST0NVILLE. - I k-- l k tfl I v ( I Gnx. CitALMKiis, the lenogade Mississ ippiar, who was beaten for Congress by about 8,000 votes at the recent election, has gone to Washington to lay the foundation for a contest. Kn loiito he stopped at Indianapolis to pay his respects to Harrison and urge the appointment of Mahone to a cabinet position. Mahone is a natural born thief and Chalmers is a !.... .. 1.. I .ii.fliiuiMiin.il tiilm tnii'l: ' scoundrel from choice, so there is no, led to Arizona and captured, was given Hi that there is a mutual admira- - ' years in the penitentiary last week. tion between them. of Jasper.Ien Lucretia nessee, brought suit for damages in the Tjik iniiniuipal election at Frankfott passed without the disturbance expected sum of ?o0,000 against a wealthy farmer after a very heated and bitter campaign, named Graham for. seduction and breach of K. II. of promise. A jury gave her $"'.",000. and resulted in the Near Nevada, Mo., Gooige Corb, a Justice Al- Taylor mayor, over vin Duvall by a majority of,5. Taylor school teacher, murdered Miss Kiln has a distillery and the old man hasn't, Wray, with whose mother he boarded, which may account for the milk in the He was placed in jail, where he committed suicide by poison, thus escaping a cocoanut. lynching Mit. Cvitusi.K and other leading memItUrcportodin Frankfort that t,L. l l. ...I o, il'u.tnii. n wit. tliut. mmii u cllt. .ind mo lb. bers of Congress are for the immediate ill); lu rn.ilc Scril ner' Migntinc altritilive and Tate sent a law- -, " "wiiir sureties of - int aynesourg on rrniay iiihi. iiismcs,, obtained , Kuropo ii.Iiiik will be nt'l(itr.l. a.iinission 01 an u,e lerriior es inai are 1 to seo ,,Illl- KAII.KOAII AK II I lis ill tie Cni thai iugii).e 10 aiiwnoou. ineuemocraw m fnm ,,., ,, promH0 timl j,e would pay sion nas me iccom 01 naviug oeen ieas tmueiJ 1) Mcrul r irikmir rl'er: Hit CltK' .ull) inlcrolincby the House have it in tlieir power in tho lulf of,,,8 ,lofaIcation if thev would p.iy ant and profitable. II is people nieproui 1. I.illie. D.1 "The Kallarav I'm til (icnenal I h.w II Strut-- .' of their school and liberal in its main- lu.lrautl next three months to take the initiative other half Mr UOIlr.HT f.D'ls sTKVr.NSON'S .trial bright and mitti, "lln. Mnirruf in this matter and it is to be hoped that r'teil tIlllt the president will tenance. The vouth sfi-,, is lullmini, will rkt lain raitr pyrt f th fear. IWgHln NtvU.r they will apply themselves at once to,,,,,,,- Kx.c;ovonlor Proctor Knott, of ambitious lUld ayiiesburg bids fair to id oMI.- - it.v . become, ami soon, a centre of liberal ed manu.i.ript inHHHr. rltiliiin iii J t Millciitada the task. Kentucky, to the vacancy upon the civil niiMlern crHir ucation. The people seem generally bu imh ihrautwtuicc HI KM II l'AI.S PKIIh Mill f of trvcrttl iiitlclc liliiMra'rd Hiimjiy Wii.i.so.v, the fellow who ran scivice commission made by the ml pipr ur.tti.'! I.1.1 yrorbt Kobtt sv, iiuiet and comfortable. And not I ....... W......L... .. U II.. u.ll .- ..t Oberly to the head of the Carutli for congress and was' tion of John II. withstanding that lawyer Davison and rt romr.bui ..m. Im Jiftmu faiui innjori-itIndian Bureau. hiiowed under bj :,00O or 1,000 your correspondent were both detained A couple of negroes went to the wanted to keep himself in further tliere several hours waiting for a train,' Uh .iuh! U'ihKAK Ait lici Kswiii of the house of a white man in Wilk.es county, liiikiiixud iikivi.i1 notice by demanding a itth. d ul Pf"'- paper m Wiiltrr VmiMILv. Willi iniii't di'Miilv mid Wo. .Ila.t-i- l-l from ..riMUl ,ond hit. wife in his absence. jvote, but this governor went right along Ga., and insulted ' "Shrif ..r ot.i iu,oh., by without iiiiparent consciousness of tho llin liei.u. .,. ir ..JJ.aai - - m A mob ran them down and attaching an r y !.. and issued the certificate of election to iv iiiiv IHin pretence or curiosity as to the buMiioss Hutu weights to their feet, threw them alive Carutli without noticing the demand. ' Arllrtoii K I M n) UL s mil 4 fritiure OI tlie ilUt!niFiiti.liiil MSliaillS. Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watch,,B M rlllf.d .....pp,,,!,, Ll.r.me t ,.., into the liver. H llU.liiieW, Auslm l.. .ob, and many nttir. l'niWOX I.. I lUlUllOt close this llottl.KT'hsee. WisconKin was one of those maker with manv Years' oxnuriennn. nil vvrtrt-- Ann Wh nn.-n.- n .. S. T. beavv. of Woodford, who will I IIITILLHIl Illl tne inoi- .states which credulous democrats claim- - l)t! remtiml,t-re,- i as the man who T and dispatch, fully insuretl. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the ,lov d nm..i. iii" w i.r,..r. arr ih. ..ihjci. mm ed might go for Cleveland. The returns ,.,i s;q for telliu"it juror in the celebrated! at n. aatnx. ..re w.n k.mwt, .(wnuncii eye. OillSlerillglXTKIIIon.loi llAI.. uroill- - tang.a ..": show how lm.llv fhnv wore deceived,, for ir " .uuiiu.n iinv iiv iAiiintii.. t.. I,n.. .1... ers and sisters, we. who, in our feeble niiruiuu VII l AK " """h IICI.IS.,1 k.rr.ii U.l.fSlK Harrison not only carries it, but does so 0,i uoll,.,n. VM iuv nniiointed Indian uf 'iin II m.inurr, will iil.)ci inivcl. bi-of way, in our praiseworthy ilillidenee, in Km. hir.tf dooripii.iit, by l!,om over Ulaino's, his plurality being XVffvX at y.,,,kton. igraphy, atpar, Im t nut tu our enlightened consciousness that our (he iwu cniiotial aim.iiiUi. uhi, lllu.tiatcil This is one of thoo misses that f the coal mines along the .AloAmong the miw.t mterv.iiiiK In ih Int of xieii have no interest h a lemarWalilr thi is eipial to many miles: ,,,..,hola i iver have shut down indell- - crude production., candaily at the very tific b ir lorJnhn ri.nrwill i.v upon ihw omi ar .il lull' rrfor those who stand a i ..4 ol I'llOKOl.lt A cHt drr'i ly. The opeiators claim that they have Thk exact democratic majority in Kenwit, elegance ami I'll V. UWr I'll portals of wiidom and losing: limm-A el.i. on account of the ci.rl. . ulmhlavi nmvt of Pirnl "" " we must' inter! will i. tucky on Cleveland electors is 2S,(rlMi, it been """" ' r uairf.n. uc.t ii. a Krup of pi4i. it urns eloquence, politii and poetry, uver.i.uoo uuner&nre upun I'l.l.t I Kiel i is at last ollicially announced. The bearour burden bravely. Wu must io. lio",V,l,i.e?i,,T!l,,,,"l,tl-- ' -of employment. Mrr! DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, vote is the labor and thrown out fiiMi to resign. We must Match and laicK.iint; parxr(&I lll(ll iHUMrallnM .Mis. Kinuia Jackson, of Glasgow, IJelva I.ockwood '2. Tho jirohibitioni.stK wait lor the return to earth of "oun A SI'KCIAI OFhfK imc er . tr . FANCY ARTICLES, &C. .Mo., nuked her brother, Hairy Hallow, of t,f.bu- OUlCf -- - iv . gain 2,110 over tho vote of St. John and ill t r 'I il w'av ART proud bird of the mountain," wearied Wr. huh IIintt.i-la. 1 l" WmZ. r s?I0WkTtti" years, to bring her a bucket of water, CI IS . f. .w lose !!,17" as against Fox for governor in iinfr ripiM a iir.irl) t niM, nir with her soaring (light and dazzled with which lie refiiit-- to do. Threatening to 1SS7. mimI law aMttwr glinipM-of umcilcd glory. Wei yeif'- - il. r I. .ti whip him, she went after the water her- - her f"f l'o 2E a. must smooth her milled plumage, as in A t r'ni.h. .pi... ii lf.fj aitit tria numU-- fi about time the nowsp.ipcrs self, and on her return was met at the days of yoio we stood around her downy frt ij", x ut ,n i Imh THE LAItCEST were catching on to the way tospell Con- - door by the boy, who tired a gun in her STOCK OF WATCHES, nest, watched with pride the dangerous SO n Yo.ir; Ufio n Mumbor. Goodknight's Mirname? face and killed her. grcssman-elec- t CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. gleam of her burning eye and predicted - - r u.. i;u i II K The controllerof the currency reports His brother, T. M., postmaster at Frank-- ! i.n. with confidence tho strength of wing, I ver hr.u(hi I.. On. mrliri !'ri. r .rr 'i lit livi ...v. lin, told i.s several years ago that the last the organization of 1:12 National banks tlio deadlines- of her swoop, the royalty the Inn . m. h, I I... k ml ,rlr lie sylable coiipnouced' w ith a "Ic" and as he dining tlio year and the total number an .h n n .Hi c in.! j. .in ii mi.. Let us don't resign. of her victoiii-s- . now :U4:i, an incicase after deducting : . is an "educator" he ought to know. AfV which went into voluntary liquidation Tim Sunday .school Convention for Hr.iti: is a warning to gum mastici.-toi- and S which failed, of !:!. The total cap- - Lincoln countv was organitNl at Turn- I Mary Murphy, sweet 1(1, of New- ital stock exceeds 5').,,00.),000 and the UrtViile Saturday, Dee. 1, with .S. K.Owr- i town, Conn., went to sleep chewing a siirplus fund S185,Q0(),000. juy president and Mks Louella llright AKKTIIOSU WHO " piece, winch slipped down her throat, secrotarv. lodged in the entrance to tho stomach LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. A CARD TO THE PE0PL3 OF LINCOLN OOUNTY. Thuru was a large number in attend- - Practical Economy io all Tliiii&s. and caused a fatal ulceration. Including representatives from -- Who struck old man Me., of Casey, "w. Hubble, Crab Orchard, HiiHtouville, Mi'Srtrn pride did not cut us big a figure with a gold brick? Siuli hfllilts and praitice are hityi-lA new tuofiissorat the College yes- - Kinney, Turnersvillu and Stanford. in Indiana as it might. Harrison ran Reports as to tho condition of their re- due to a knowhdge of the outride wmlil bedjud Hovey 150 otes, the majorities tei day; weight 8 pounds, mill its all'jir, from careful stiulv Iioboit L. Klkin, our popular young spective schools were presented by S. S. ami rcnillng of the better t law of for both of whom weie secured through! ill th- Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by S.; J. IS. Collier, the Myers for Stanford' Christian S. the most llagrantly fraudulent practices diuggint, and Miss Sllcll .11 Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s for Hustonville and Morelaud; IMLITtX Bakery, Restaurant and charming daughter of our townsman, Green imaginable. California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyCol. I). It. Collier, will be married next ! Tin: democratic majority on Congress thing in their line, auch as Bread, Rolls, Pies, 0ake3 and the Best of liiiiiMlay morning. men this year in Kentucky is moie than bright for Hubble and .Mr. It. tt"f.hl. Sam Kiigloinan and Hub Karris have Miss Louella lHli nun IftAMt.B.I..m 11... Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. i.iui;rii im, iiiu ill uuiiii, tluee times greater than in LSS0, w lieu it 'returned from u week's hunt in Casey Helm for Stanford. Kuipifier certainly atauds nt the heud of 10.KSU'. was but The.se reports exliibited a healthy concounty. They bagged about -- 00 birds. modern journalism. to organize a dition of the various schools, must of A movement is on foot Its mnimuotli aiiegivex room fur thirty Wo havn't got much of a navy to jicrcent. more reading. Ii Iiiformniioii. year1 Mock company for the purpose of build-am- i them showing Inrgo.iiud legular attendRespectfully, brag of, but it cost .fl'Ii.OO.'J.OiU this R. ZIMMER, ance, glowing ioturest and gratifying! news and IntelliKfin'e in limn the imhthesecietary wants Si'ti,7or,ti!i"" for ing n planing mill, operating a supply Wholesale and Retail. w:ts, iiowever, a genei-a- l reliable boiireos, direct from a corps ul stole, doing a general meichaiidisiiigbus- - progress. Tliere uuxt. hiiudrt-itorrenpoinlciii", laineiitntion over tlie apathy of pa- over twenty-livj,uH, .,,! ,nving and selling all farm NEWS CONDENSED. rent anil church ineinbers as to foster- representing the inteiv-l- n of Hie Daily mul .products. The capital stock is Iked at ing and oi'couragiiig this great branch of Weekly Kiniuirer in every part nt the Seth X. Uamsey coiiimitt-- l snioide jlO.O(lt). With three times that amount, country. it tunic tifii'd education. the enterprise would piove a success. with a shotgun at Midway. A Pitblio nonefacior beyond all Stirring addivKios were dolivoicd by but Kiiday afternoon two mulatoes,, One would baldly believe it, but it l)fcniiM) iibMiliitily fice and inde-- 2E33S5TCSr!':r Revs. Ren Holm, J. J. Montgomery, 7 W.-- v. -- ' .1. ' is Niid we fetill have L'O'i.OOO Indians with 'oe Stinlgliill and Charlie Crawley, alias 3? pendent of all combination, piwls, ti'ii-i. 1 15 31. Gooch, (inn ifton and Itallou and . . Wild Charlie, aged respactively about Ii bymlieateti mid orgsnuuitioni. ( uu ,H, - L?l: t Traylor, Myers, Grigg, truth audntntu fart of uunieiiiimbL- ' nc in the original, porintendants - and I'D years engag-nJIcKinley, of Ohio, lias tho deadRoot and the Imlomitalile Green. tit to the people at large. wood on the" Speakership of tlio next thrilling and oMiemely delightful sport Judging from hosn speeches, we unibt Commercial AlFuirs and Market IteHirfs of KiMppliitfuu empty shotgun at each House. regard the Sunday School as a great and from ttery known conur hi thocuuntrv. The now city diroctoiy gives I.ox-- . other. This jocose euttutuinuiunt began ail others. It is thediic ' Tlieiloath growing entei prise, noble in if aims, oxiwl m l iiiL'tnn ''7.0im nomilation. lO.Sloof whom at '.V.'JXi. Cluulii.- died at hole, was made by a healthful ami elevating in its inlltiuiice Only P.ipor that can fill tho place of n . wound, a negroes. are cml, wliere only 0110 cun bo ailbriled. and assured to its success. John Henry Meyer wnn hiiugod ut load of small shot entering the left breast Tho good people of the Turnersville 1( a year, yet reniloi-- a rt , just below the shoulder, and. ranging tol'lacerville, Cal., for Iho murder of a region fully sustained their well earned eipial to that obtained nt from two to l ward tho heart. The place where these ranchman named Lowell. reputation as skillful, elegant and abun- - times tli.it Mini thiough other joum.i indulged tho Dr. Hourigan got a change of venue two tileusiu-istKtononiically it ii tho Cheapest, .. 1.1.1, .....Vr fiiinia uvw I.. ti.iiu cut oitaiiiers at mo icstivo iioiim ' ... ...1 ,r ..... i" nniui mv the Largest and v.ij niiii"iia ""' '"" cvidemi iroill .MariOIl to rr.....!... im-- mis uiKirii the good things Is comparison or Rest. Tho a sample ' nveAnwnnt , a small inclosed yard nt the rear of the trial. Get back to jail at Louisville. Ibi'ir hospitality provided. tmagtAxgmjmagtMH or hand your subscription to West Virginia the prohibition old Ray llouw and adjoining a bather- -I,..., filiop. 'he wnter of these notes begs leave to agent or the postmaster. ...i..,i ly ext. ainendment was iof t iiiviiiL' the remotest ex. 0.1 1'iun' I'diiinioM- in tn siMtu t arwueri iivn - nonr - iviti stir . cure, ami .J "" .'iilj . THE DAILY EXQUITtEtt. PTIjEHTITXTRE. J.llll.. pectation of acting as reporter, they are jfO'i Rro. Harnes and family "dropped in" favored it. inn. simply and Imperfectly caught up from fiilliilrtvnivl Pull'- ..SIM) S MO". f7(V' ? n Without government orSlatoaidthej Friday night. Tiioy were on a delayed memory and tiro in fact rather tlie pleas f llftllycMeia.untlu. 1.25 f:l7i nfKl 3 i"i l.i Virginia Exposition managors mado a tnliu on tlio Cincinnati Southern ro.nl, ant echoes from tho events of a dulL-lit-STOCK UN exhibition and and U .iruin,: that they could not connect JOHN R. MoLEAN, Publieher, complete success of their ,av tltlll rL,t.0rd of that day's pro with ti e L. iV N., they left the train at reediiigs. CIHCINNATI, O. cleared I,(XH) for its jnnraiitoi-sW3GAH3SXSrrt I I e, - II. Goodknight, hisdomocratic opponent in the "d Congressional district. "White Caps" went to the homo of Mrs. Anna Jester ami her grown daughter, near Sardinia. ().. bared their backs mj whipped them with switches. The Director of the Mint, in his an nual report, estimates the gold product of the United States for the past year at f):!,000,000 nnd that of silver .f: J, 000, 000. A band of armed men, wearing masks, broke open the jail at Wytlie-villVa., and rescued a murderer named Wayman Sutton the night before the day tlxed for his execution. The negro Tom Waltz, who cut oil" Smith, white, in Lex the head of Ix-ro..fr-t- l I i ICx-Chi- i ,"!, The symptoms in the can- of Miss sr.vxniKn, ky Rettie Hold have been more favorable Will lcoop conatantly en hnnd a largo and select line of Furnituro on I.uii' ,icr trtct,in hmhii riiuntly Ollue for the last two days and anxious watch l) l)r W. II IV ipv and Undertaker's Good3. My prices will bo as low as such goods eis are beginning to entertain faint hopes can be bought in tho cities. Give mo a trial ami you will be conof her iccovery. Lati:k. Mi.ss Reid THE FLOHENC1S vinced that I soil lower than tho lowest. died yesterday morning. Mrs. George Powell, who lived near Hustonville, died Saturday of heart diI lute txnivht sease. She had been for a considerable he right lu nell W.i.hun; Mihine now time an invalid, was a member of the all h may m.li nnil am ihtlr lrrw i vc cloth from the Christian church and at an advanced tuhhinsaiH! ttntin mcliUtil la the old rce '.I Of the Business of Mrs. J F WEAREN, dealer in age closed a blameless life m peace. rili.t srr you U.ui ,niK nnic ouaie f..i ;.m nfifiiitili.r ti.in- i. ... ;..f,.r l.'.i "' "" The umlftaiinr.l" hi ers am compelled to say that the Dec U b.Iiiiii; mat mil iqcH.uri draft is not vet received, bet them 1)0 ' and wlihrmi Hiriii ul .r, careful in having their registers in com- ever)m l.ih'tl). nJ all that it lUimed fur II W. WaMace, Dr. Ilomne. Hoatl of MtS I' Vilicr, A.L. b. . Hill I'etkin, l.c., Carls, plete form and thus prevent a I Iludder.ir, I. . yni). Vaiiuv Davwn, the document and delay of payment. Mr Aiuind.t i'euk. ticri-- l yum, Vlexllolu C Kield, llwri C innlrii, Sim Kan.o, K D3f No examination in December. I.. Ilurr M. I'cUii.I 4ul man. ulheM l KM KIN. meeting at In justice to tho llr...!.lo..t!ir at S. )m' tore. Titniersville, I regret that was unable to attend, and hence am unable to leport it. I understand that the Ihight young ,Sl,KK' W.1ROII IlanivSK, UcnpcrH, 3IWcrN. , secretary was con.pcllod by p.e.vM.re of "'W4"kM'l4W tM&Ci.U.V Ual K u duties to tbiidge her report, nnd request-- , i.. narrows, jiows, Uultivaters, Hnrjinss, T.irailiiaj M3hin3J, Olover ed one who was preKont to make out and I he mblit!i of Scrll.mr forward to you a notice of the day's do--( MajjJiinr 4iin lu nutters, baw Mills, Teed Cutlers, Horse Powers, Hay, mr ii i ne ul ppu::ir ni enHTpruin til inn ings. The result has been bhishinly oOicatt, whiletmmnil itmv ireertinc ll liigh liter Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, mw rilrrs hav bem ar) .h4'.ler handed to me as appended below: i ilranu W it ilnrine the m. h month l the In llol wlnili arc carefully ele. ltd Ir.mi I. sian.Urd MaHiiUcior.r i Ihi i. .dairy I had the pleasure of being present i.reattl enolltiuc uf ,t iihihii HotaMy tbt K.iiluy ailclit u rln c it. mmil o a slight extent, a participant in Mith a nivliiiitH and an dwnrJ nuccen jMr I'her .! I 11 SIJItGElWS IKNTIST, WASHING MACHINE wGEO. D. WEAREN, Mang'r BlJg9les. 1 J.,' . SSrs?iS .1 I I I . C" e "". damages, Surreys, Phaetons Carls, Speeding il,l'. ., S.-- 1 Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Log Wagons, I ISS Gn11 0rjs c Planters. i mx-m-- i ,,. ,, ti-- l I - - zfi:e.a.s:e I obsebye J j , - ! M'ROBERTSSTAGG CLOCKS. I ' promo-again- st l y, ltj!:JJl&'n af a i.uc 1- 1 ''' WATCHES, U r JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. . 1 1 - ' ZZsZZ "t ..... ..... , I fc -- - I". Illu-trtil- WZCW yr I , ,. I '1 1 . ' 1M,-7- 1. ".II I Ao Me uiim-ii- s PISraY9 5-Jb- , ! v 1 over-suppl- pio-hibiti- i i ,'-- -'i i'! ,' j - . d lhi , t- I I . s - InN'-ii- t javtaaS ana 9- - I 1 -- I -- . - I -- l I THE MOST .. s. Successful ill Life! NEW! NEW NEW. t - - IU-rti- NKWHI-tl'C- , 1XSS!,. The Weekly Enquirer ..ii-iif- r fcfet.l ! FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE -i j e j 60FFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. -- com-partsoi- i. j K - i to'u-- te-- S!a' s- . i l - - ifc.-.- O. , ' tit-tal- s j s i i.. 1 ..,-..- n.. 1 n '! . bt C ! !.:.. .v4 . 11 11 ,.., cm.-free- u- ' -' ZJWiajJ!&jg$g$&. "WAliL PAPER and 1 THO 1 - 1 . ,i 1 COMPLETE ALWAYS B. K. HAND ' .a jTfi ' . Semi-Week- ly Interior journal j I ,::;ST'AS ley. i At llopkinsvillo Sunday the Itov. At the rcKiiltir weekly inootlnj; of tlioj Lincoln County Muildlnj.' fc Loan Assoei-- i Mr. Willlamx b.iptiod by immoision in atlon Saturday night, Capt. .Smith Irwin a nillbpond VJ'2 mrmwt in 70 mlnutuM, riwi'iied an a dltectorand Jno.S. Huheri Uiuh breaking the record, as the horse re-- , . I'reni- -' jiorter ruiiinrki, C.-.wim eliosen to till the vacancy. r, 7"""" dent Welch then appointed A. A. War- ,l1' th" ,,1,, of " v!ry V'"' mil a niuinlK-- r of the llnanco committee, kI.im you can ee .merobex the insect in the Httmd of Capt. Irwin. ' which fmtHt'H cholera, and with (jiinter h ... Somb iiMB no, Mr. Tliomiis Mehane, a iiiukIi' eliieken cholera cure the microbe wealtliy fanner of Wnnhinton Territo- - Ndestroyed iiiHtautly. Kortiitlo by Mc- ry, wiotu to n frientl beru imkiii),' Iiini to ltolierts iV stau. 2t hoiul thuiwldre.ss of n lady with whoiahe """'"y. '"" '" .V'" ". mlKlit correspond with a view to inntrl- "iii-'d that hIio had rejected bun, "and Tht.friond suosted Mins Nan- moiiy. ',m lmVL' ,,uu" lirtlnK'heartleHsly with niu Coleman, who lives near Crab Orel,- Well, thank heaven, - muulNno while. ard. Mcl.ane wrote to her, 8hoansweiUYe,, ' be- - V""'" ?"!"1 yoH out "l ,,wl!" ed and the letters llcw thick and fast hV(" "' wl,,,t i""'0"'-" .rt,,,it"1' "J"" tween them. Miss Coleman llnally con out lwaiH ' sentedto make Mclu.e the happiest M ,,mi,k .vo" wl r unen wi.en you mn, man on earth, ami he came nil the way . iicross the continent to make her his VKW AUVKIlTISiaiKXTS. wife. Tin? time set was Sunday after- noon liwtantl Mr. Mclino was duly on .JiT inanTDA"iv I hand at the aniiointed time, but old man Coleman did not like the looks of his A KIM) COW came to inv linmc lakt M.iv and Ih or soiiiethinu prospective .. . t ...!. i... ...... r, i.. on tlie ki lit ii. else. At anv rate, he ran I :".. '"'": ,i .,'.,. iiuiriiintuiLiii "'-- '" "..""J.." nEVrM fi .mi MKS. I'Al'l INK HAYS, (ilace, and the lniirniunc seumeil indeli- ' .MAiifiird, Ky 85 un to niti'Iy piwtponed. Mr. McLilie town and spent the uiht with his friend, To the Citizens of Stanford. Lewis Withers, but was rejoiced in the' meantime to receive u mesiaia' from the Kam-c- j I have ronlud the meat limine, of V. I old man, siviun that In) had chaiit'cd bis and Kill iiccttpy thu .hop on l.mitaitcr mrtet I a.I a llber.il than- of p.ilrnn;iqe mind and the ceieiuony tould pro5 JOHN II DKI'MW ceed. He went up yesterday, and ntJ I o'clock, --M hours later than the tlrst ! time IKi'd Miss Coleman becatne Mrs. , wnnt McLme. r.l.ler J (J. Imutton tyInKthi rent a ,.lncol rounly farm rontallllB land, i logo in corn mid remain-.- . ktlOt, itlld let lis llOlie all is well that ends V or rY drrin i;ra.. .Mu.t lue tomfdrlaLle dwelling i I. j BRYANT& STRATTON Business College Jlpok Krrplnfl, Short Write fiir Catalogue STANroitn, Tin: name of the ptwtollleo at Gladon, ,1'IM'1 county, has boon changed to " Walnut Grove. , B.C.WALTON, UUB. MUOKOI' Till', now h coiiioh from Kuoxvillo thai i. Mr8. BonS. lloyd, who was MImj Annie Published Every Ti.oB.luy and fcrlday ' , , . i Ky.. I)i:ci:miii:ic 4, 1888 Hand, TeUaraphp.Ae and full information. I laUUIwVIEaLakif Hi CO, ... STMFORD PLMISG MILL Sex-oi- Ui IMBU YJflAIMN AJ5VAXCK $2.60 will be When not so paid chrsctl. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. rmln lean m i ...id Alliurioilll fill.- h anil Hoys Huitst, trousers mid OVorcoatf) for the Holidays, jltst re- ,..,iv.i Ky i,.i... u n-.- tj. ,oii, with llrowiiliii;, Kinj & Co., Now York, uiul Wiinuinakor A; Ilrown, Philadelphia. ForelK.l ricH '''f'T for Men ',,,.,,,., ",""' Flooring Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, l Mouldings, Krackels, Work, Frames, Sasli, Moors, ESliiids, Veranda Work, 32lc. i A. C. SINE, Superintendent. Rowland at ; to a. in., retnrnine. of Miss Molllo Ware nt school house will close next Saturday, Mil, with public exercises, to TIME CARD. which cviTi'linilv is invitml. Mihx Ware "."".ni.'ii'ipm "'" ri'tiirn to her homo in Mitchell. iis;pm DiirK, liikniK with her the tlianlis ami 3; in 6 10 m Hood wishes of Iior pations. i in Tin: school 1 I. &N. .Mill train goln LOCAL North SjuIIUI.. .1 i ltrw PiMtnf i'j una I S'fit iiriliii mi u Warrant chlirglllO. Ililll ttitllll broiiull of Nie"ulo 'the peace in oursini: and iittoinptinj: to lio for J. II. Popples, his nephew, with a MEAHS BUSINESS. pitchfork. A jury beanl tint evitlence Watcuks and Jewelry repaired mid pro and eon and lot no time in prowarranted. A. It. IVnny. nouncing Mr. Poppies not guilty. Thk1h1 platx' to buy diuj,, patent medicines and toilet article Ih ut A. It. Shut. A few days ii:o while Whit l'tinnvV. iliillhfMitirt Mint IiiH4 Wli ntiiiiiiiiin ih.i nliiiiiu i nrn t I e 'wiitii'iuii uiul the .atter wus tolling how a m ' Mils Ironi A. ii. renny. a man, and in order to Impress I LMi.inintei! all watches and every itloa moro fully on Montgomery's Ueloof jewelry 1 wdl to be Just as icpro-jtl,- ,. tinted. A. It. IVnny. miiiil, he pointed Ii!h pun to hhow him ' oxuetly how it was done, .hint as lie did ii ; PERSONAL POIMTS. ;ho the weapon went oil', tearing oil" one MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. of MontKoinory's ears and a bio, slice of .Miis. W.U. Uanki wiissoinewhat iui l, I August iteur. ami Miss IiIh face. One of the shots barelv missed l.t.lll.i.l iiu4iimIII a couple from the I'adurhtnd, ob.,..,.,.. in ibis jujiular or wo would have to record u !.,. v., tained llcoii"e yesterday to marry Januadeath instead of a verv bad accident. ry 1st next. but is improving. Mit. S. K. I.cki:v bus ontj to I.ouis- Mr. Will. Austin, of the I., it X. ami Tin: ladies of Turnersville send the ullti. Inf , nil tlill'a Miss Melin. Hrown selected last Friday "Will you please state wheth J. II. Pa win. ivso..isconllnedntl.ome''"'wi''K: er the two huiie oIllcerH who took the lit for the bcKinuinK of tlieir matrimonial with thu rheumatism. tle blind man from hem Saturday reach- - life, and coming to town were made one, n i ... i.i..t II I V 1 II II Ikl'llllMII II...II111II II.. I. (ioil's holy ordinance and in Judp' n without bein injured by him? after ' " bv thu IllneVs of ,. niece. Varnon'H most approved manner. ' known how dantrerous w" '"", i. T. rxitiUM, the boHsilou.ocnit of the the poor man was we would have voun- Mrs. A. U. Owen, who has lain Hat mouutalns, was heieycsteiilay. linHK l" of her back for eijht years' with paralyt.. lifaH 111 M'....--....II-,1 a.f I'ltiiilllllilll p innvil "111 wmnn Hil'l H"lI. ..... i. - -, ' i protm-- t the men wliohuilliiin in cliare." sis, died last week, njroil SI years. She was with old fiiendsjieie yasterday. .,( 'ii.lii'illi in on n We are ulatl to av it was not iiweisarv, leaves a busb.iml ainl two dautrhters to ir..., t I ' ' ' a it happened, tliouuh tlie man imulit mourn her loss Mit. l.ncy .1. Himb, .", .1. M. viMt to the family of her r..i... Imvo shot tliein a pistol who has been a constant attendant at Cook, at Ilustonville. and could havo soeu to shoot it. her bedside throiiyli all of her atllictiou, Mk. I'i.vtox I'xiihott h opraMintln and Mrs. Kli It. Morrill, of Tarrant, Tex. Machine iiIoiik , the Now Home 111i,1.lllllllll..riM i,,,, (;llin,ri ilh MisMiuii and Texas papeis please cojij. the C. S. route IhN week. been trying to shoot a man, wu learn I iiiuliiii ronvev the ". . .. .i.l iuiii frtini . l . .." . FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. mini uie ionuon inirint' tlie hHd news that Morwin Craft tew no lH'f( (rf )f u. ,,!,.,,, llltH ,n tu, ,.n,oll -- May wheat tumbled to S1.0" at bis teiribb- - iIImhiw is tkm; ' Si.ulh Noitii Local t'rrlcht Noitli ...... 6 up m .. South 'I he latter train al.. tarry panenget, on .tanJard time. Solar minute. f.irr. Luprcn train " -- .AJLsro- I ' Hon-in-la- . - 'X pXilStdlciA 1 1 "''" "" 'u- WANTED Mens and Women's Bfo-gaKip, Calf & Grain. We are sole Agent3 for the ns , ncrf ami neccarv outbmldiiii;.. Will mvcuh. T (5. TAYLOR, Pino Hill, Ky 8421 ; I las-sel- I n.'.i.. M ..... HQT1C6 TO CREDITORS. All person. ImldlnK claim, against Mr. Sarah CmA, dee'd, will present them, properly prmen, Well D. Known ESTER-PROO- yell's BOOTS. 1 RUBBER-LIKE- F l" hel,nd,,MS,,ed."0' J?'"" "ctmh" ,s,h Admr.orsrah Cook, .Gilberts Creek, Kj - - BRUCE &MeRQBERTS. ! " '"' TO HORSEMEKTt' I ".ll. am Ais'cnt for W 1 Woodward . l'.i" t... ,,,,,,, ... H COMIIINATION SALE huh toniinrnce. Feb iS, 1889. Thn.p dciring cnln I1U11V. can ohiaiu them by HildrexniE mc W.M Kl'h, Kntrie. tlo.e January 1, iHSo 81 Danville, Ky MERCHANTTAILOH Is Receiving His i , LTJ2ABEH TTABiD! ter and that tfntdiuil and bold on him. Kn.Uei says lia Hunt, who will !w reii.e.ubered by nur theatre wrs, bus mnrriitU wealthy rmrlim.ui and Is II vim; In letmunont in stron-i ,K(st fnMW ,(, ,.,.,,, , vr,M.4M.icHl p,,,,,,,,, MJ";nt J 1,lu' Williaiin, nuv ICv- .acre, of .ami; Koo,i SU L'EIUOR LT LY COAL, and Me.ssrs. Alhn and Hansford, of Ilar- their tnxtw in nnUhmv. he olicitwl the sympathy of house ililll Outbuilding; lurj:e Ort'hartl Lnd wlU liepitcnmil.ntl) oi bands in ra yard. not Ai.i. pttltMior.t . T. McRob- - j th noxt few days will limi ineir propor- Klil. .lohti Hull (iibsou, who saw that ho and plenty smafl fruit. -- l ty iiilvoitiM'd in this pa pur. I need the was properly provided for. Ho claimed oiLs,Mainom. Hair. Limo, l, money mid must Imvo it. T. I). - iiimaiii uieiii nuvu suijijiuti uiuh to bo a proaohor ami Kiid ho was eudoav-orin- p OWo tin1 n Call. nhtiriil. to raise Millieicnt funds to twin- - I'aiisand FleiiilnsbuiK this season --'",. JOHN II. IIIC.CINS, Stanford. iMudieH. lie bad preached at DIHl turkeys. They are paying from II to j TiibSMUO i..T.ii.colu euiinly bonds HurnMN hnrj: and sewhero and wanted ill mil., mi fnnl. riveiitnckian. ... yos.eMny. the were h.1.1 at 1889. .! - V ailCllOllCUII .. :n ...... 11... it,......,.., to pioach for Mr. (iiIhoii, but the chinch lll liiv inv nwniinv.-,U i li ini ni . National Itunk uitiinn?l,WKioi was underoin' lepiirs. , lie made his conseiiiently no tock was Kild at nut I ..() premium and I. M. I.llliiiu Din wiiv, however, to the l uion Miuday-otho- r .lion hero yesterday. When Vf.i at !.. ..r.....luiii , $.'.(K) School mooting at Turuer.svillo ami was couueilnion oe that they aie st 11 W. F. Hamsbv baa rented his butcln r taking a hand in tho proceeding.-- , when tlioir own Unlit? to .1. I BlauKbtor-hous- u ho was called out and t ikon in charge Sherill'T. I). New land sold timlur ex- businesaand ! liid'auw, of Hoylo, and nsks tho t:itl.ons for htealiiiK a bible. Tho charyo was pre- eetitioiu yestenlay l,tl.)0 ueroa of lireen Xlarner'H bulouint! to thu liven Riv- to continue, to Mr. I), tho libor.d patmn- - ferred by a blind lady at lluirndsbui",;. ' River land, .. . . l'tr War: . . ..t m.m.s, u. X who alleged that she had loaned him tho or i.mui.er ko.. 10 ... .v. II ns: they havo always extended bitn. .. $ on iiar4r,it SUii)tiuf " . bible with raised InttoiH, to be returned Yolk, lorSMKW. I IMI HatperViW'ioklJ- currency lefused Tun iiintiollor of the . 4 I. M. Hrilti'Mdd to Cal. lilot, oftiltt- - lUrper'. lUwr last Tuesday, ami that ho had instead J Ihl for technical roanoiiH to accept the name made oil' with it. 'tThc marshal of ctittlo to o to Harper'a oun People raid, :'.tl head of of "l-a- i morn and Tradors NiitlouaUi.iuk" K. C. Smith, camo upinwarcli hlop at Ii Cts. A. T. ,'unnulley Mild toj INmiiiic frv to nil uli. rilier. ill tliu tnited , "r -' hicb H to tako tho place of tho Farm-eis- of him ami wbtaiuiug a warrant from 'same the same number, weil.t l.tlflt) bad to no over ho tho Mookholdoih Carson he and Marshal Carpenter pounds, at pl.ice. Judo ih bRin uli tho the risnpininitionaarainyesteiday, adopt- wont to tho Turnoi'svillo church for him'. If we had a corn hhow thih .u'"i,,,l,.,.rnr In, iv ml Dumnlier of each Near. ing tho name "Lincoln National lUnki" Some of tho conjro,,'ation alle'o that .1111111 S. Muilihv,. r., would walk o With ' t... no tlmu . Kcc.fll. Hh.criitlon. will 1kIii Wh.11 with llu niunlMir current ill tku tlmo of of citizens of tlie Tnrnere-vill- o Smith tin eatcned to kick tho man, but the pr e. lie has lolt us six eats which orittr. A .NfMiiini of one or two present be hiivh is a fair sample of his crop, ami liiiiiiul vnluniL'tor Itnrner'n.. Mneailiie. for thrcu nnlRliborhooil called yesterday to on tho intimation ... .... . .. . : v ' . . foot ll leliat I tUld lire W ell year iMik, In neul c utli wman.r. ulll Hi: nellt IM way that it would be a danjjoroiiH proceeding thl'V their indienatioii over the of mail rr-r- ." don ret'cipl:.:' $ imi . olnnie CIpIIi ., eiicM 7"v' 1." ..;i attempt it. Wilson was tak- iiiiou wnu iiunn fjiiiin- cu.v. lor innmiiK y ceiii. witu, uy nun, t""i blind man was tivated liy Marshal ho did not .......I,..-- ,, before Judiro Carson to whom ho very ratlin, .lllIux,0 Harpur'. Slasmlno. .ilphabetlc.il, .nu- Oil account ot had U...WI, nllteer. thev f"'.'. was sever- en , . , .1 llllllllll 'rim 70. imlii-i.o.o.e, prov... oy .small clowd attOllikdilonathail OWHley rt htiialuiulcUttiriMl.fbr volnino. 01 lo .olmne. Sm , at times m lare as the poor blind man, pmiiipuy reiumou too . . from June, i5, to June, iSIj, that the lady had wlven him but j,'ootl prices wore rusilu-- antb, $4 sale who was not only roughly handled, but his boy , -i.: .1.. .. 1 :i.... Kl,,uwmo ,,UH1J ,L m.dv '.j, Hi . m u tl.icatoufd without excuse. , mlnilo" l kw t ""W'r '"" ..,Tuesday, I'll. llOllheilo.il l.iei hiicneii iiiiiiuuiv and . - ," no muum. 11. illipleillolltrt blOUht lllcll eyurdnr draft t....v,,UI,.nce..ri. j..., lllld flirililli.' They ulM) no .aid that had not Smith do iHsmiHsed tlie cum, ami thus ended iiitiinu- - mill; pnwa ?li7 to VearlillU arriinimnim ihi. ailtirifnieiii (.letod when remonslr.ited with they then "f ,,"',r ,v "r""," ,,h",,t ,ht "rrr-M,"lWOlk t lUeu tin matter in their liuich ado about nothiiiir, so far as evil heifers SI I; Wood lliaU4$.V-toSl:would have 'Tk. HA IIROTIIi:its,Ne iiiieut was concOrned. hoi-heVdJnlIMll'l tiwn hands. ,t,rs n)in the county court yesterday the will was admittod to pro- of W. II. It cm s his daughters, Misses bate. Maiu and .lenuie, Ids bank Mock of $,0()0 and then directs that his retil and jiersonal proporty be sold and the ccisls, together with his insurance ' e ey, divided tiually between all his is desoivedly popular. Iitnvitl dten after diiluetim; without inteioM the ISniuchamounts advanced so.ue of thtun. Mr. Ivl. Caiter was naniixl as e.vouitoi and CITY AND VICINITY. litt iualli1-yestenlay with Miss MMrie Ci(Mu:inin at T. It. Walton "a. stirclieri. ('. T. ami .laiinic lloc'ser "siiihIIiI:!' rr'.n l the triist,tship for .1. Km i.i.k Si; ati -i- d mii. for sile. Ap-- i ' C. It. Saiulidne ainl filed a MntiMiiimt of ply ut this nlllct. Ids account with him. Wiftnun Trivitt IJukn. ti tli wife of S It. I'eiililnstiHi ,,uii!lflwl us a imiuistrutor of(lo. I'rivetl and Mr. I'.bxi ennui gf W. II. Catrirr. a ;iil Jenni". - , ... :.. . I m.. ...i . ium l l.i ' loiinui 'iiiiuiHT wuireu i..... niu Want a mnull Wildly to lard Will M .iiiinin on tne HkUitAroi nor mis- fiirnNli a niw fmnt rooin. Mrs. Knto liaiiu, Allen iiluiirv, and at her request p'l't.rt ror. . . i. T. Smith was appointed to do so Kwikiiu onintflw :tt cmiiIk per dmieii; Dr. ltd. Aliorn was appointed aduilnl-til- l 10 tor of Mis. 'allie Owens and quallllwl Unaiuis . rent- - kt ilnien; rusaiich. biwUl at S.S. Myers'. cents ki A iii.ivii who avo his name us will for tlit ne.M : days ofliir my II........ W'.l in in I...1 1.. .. II. .1.. I..... ........ HI II lllllll lllll, llllllV hinoknf mllllnerv ami notions at n- - II1III1 hum 1'iiday and on tho stmiiKth of let- ducod prlw's. Mw. M. Tabler. MeKin-t not hike Iriends to know that he r for the pivsnt. wife tlntlii Mil. An. M. Kimi Ims leceivetl bis ero-- 1 leiitinls from the.SUiti' Itimnl of Kxijiii-- j com- mors. He in now a pill and other win allex ta-- 1 IHiumlerof inrs. Tim dix'lor is a gtiiilluiii.in m.tjor.1-- ! intctpri'tatton of the womI, d IMt. sm.t.i law in ls accepted a In- - Jmj ,ii(, t(j ,iwr ).in CMttped unhurt, but ( HHfnke . , mtlve s,sitin with tin , imnr ,ww. . . ...... niu " ,t. ........ ,() .fuiu lii la ttiti.1t 1...- r.uiuciiii, oiivu ..Ill ..I tuiioiii imi' ""'marksman. his will , ( - .MW -- ''"' to shoot Tho silo of . I. J. Nowland's eiu., otl.er. Twelve or lifteen shots will occur flnJ1 Vjillior W1W ,lur() n,h,JllKl W. A. Hail sold a lot of ItSOdb. lious wh c,(liw wpn, (11( Ht mlm j( m at 7, cts. to. I. S. I locker. I(uk,u A to llM. (;iU FoitSu.r.. -'-.". No. 1 earliut' nitiloy. lM)rt IIU ..... killed. ...- friiiliiU lu.n. ulll Cidlonoradd.cMA. K. Denny, Shelby n n ,IIIlHn, - a,i ChicaroS,uurila. I have purchn.ed the lumber yard, of Meon. lieorire 1). Wearen and I M Ilruce and will oncn a big )ard 111 the one purchased of Mr Wearen. ile.ido lumber in rough and dre.sed, I will carry line ellectH a Urite po.li of window uihti, door, and .hniKlo, , l.i I h. and the picket fence formerly .old by Mr. Wearen. b . IIOCKKR 13 FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Give him a Trial. Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, ir l,,..!,,,,,,. . WOOD WALLACE, THE GERTS' FURHISEER, 513 4th St., Louisville. Thefa.lnon.oftheday'm the Rent.' Kurni.h. dl alwiy. be (nund in my .tore. I ami ne NEW STORE! We Have Openod a new Stosk of -- A.V. Caipentor HelleylM) pOUIldn, at CtS. -I- 'llO MidwilV sold to A. T. Nun-- , Maicll hhoatS, nVeniKillK I Ibs-ke- r iiioii-rfii- d chil-(Hiv- - ! d Clipper IllportS sales of aKe" ,or ,,,e Indianapoh, Menu Uundr, the -- ,, lie.l Laundry in llic irhl. cts. and a 10.WXI bushels of barley at 4s l.7i. " ham. ) miros nop of hemp at I, l.ynn sold to J. M. Hall '!;l TYVT "PniVT 2r Tl J. VliM OC XfX. W AD head of New York cattle, to bo delivered r Oct. t next, at 4f cts. heahrsiv Waketleldiv l.ee received of A. C. liobinsnn and nhipjiei.l them Saturday 17 KOWI.AXU, KV, to I?. l cattle at bend of and llaeit.to.k ..mplctc in nt T. 15. Hill per WHS ollered $S,000for' dirr to nil .ihe attention all Us Uep..rit,icnt. their ., . the ihiMil to ,hc ,pi "- "fTQ General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everything- is new, l,.")00-poum- 1 rr T)TLn? f)j? i j . - . ! . -- si4-- r Call maud look at it. The coiiimih.sinuor sold yestenlay siimii house and lot of half an acre fiom n every thing has been selected with great care, the senior mein- TQ1? '. the Woolen Mill property to J. 15. lliir- - Qi AITfiljrnnn . l Fj i u dfj . iter's Six years experience as a drummer o Ijv. u so jilus for liti'i. I have II acres of knob land miles discrimination and profit. Tho patronage of persons with cash and from Tiirueixville. w'ith some corn, that Ilnsiug built it new Slaughter Hiiue at much idiic Hint i am Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially I would like hmdi. .d.lnsW.s.Vnis ml cuttle Wrcrk j iu"i j nr n rnnjiQ un a 0 j 1 I ,,.,.,., -- - 1 1 11 I, ll-- 'l 1 '''''"' '""'''y eiitru.tccl to me willhave my icroiml supuni.iuri, ron, MeKinney A ... mid tlione h.iPir niiiranl. io ki may rL't juurt , . 2. ,h.t tho ork wilt be neatly .V proaptly done N ii 10V .101111 liriojlt Mild to H. -- . M liojw woudiiiif: :tio pouuilh at Ucontsand M uniii ?C! :I10 .1. M. ltcid .f. i.m .sold t.. L. j: i pound lios at o cents. ' Fifty-fou- r carloads of livestock wore &.L ' hhipped on the K. C. botweon Rowland i am .gnt Kor ihe .NUuiday and (W the Sat- and Richmond tteSired. . - f1, Asking a share of your patrouago, vrc are Eespectfully, TE"W CO Z"AjRD. SEVERANCE & SON. - j - - QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE (Cincinnati, New Orleans FAVOIUTE MNKHETWr.l-N' & Texas Pacific Railway.) HIE N'OKTII Xtlw-"luni- Aso Sand'S: WUSOL'lll LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, IN as - OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. , IIOl'KS. i ai.-.i.- Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. -- ! ,3;.t! Harper's 1 Magazine, I'lr.iOTicxA.srfudu'r uinjc- - 1 siKiri CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. " N' Periodieals , ." .v HUADUOWX TIAIXa SllDTur i 'IKAfN'S TfORlll Ho " . 1 , " I Daily 10 E.Sn'n. 7 7 LVdly' 000-poun- d , 8 17 a m, 4 03 p m 9 53am J47pm N"' ' STATIONS. Dally. Q..jl.L.. 8 on p nil 7 j$ a m l.'ve. .Cinunanli XU'S' I M-- v )s""11-C"""d- " I Miu-i'in- e 11 1 . K to , ... "'""''" :....n e, 1 1 1 1 per-urM- ...111 1 I , .ivi.-.is.,.,- , cr - Ki $. .LeiiuRton 4 l.pai 7 tua in a 4 in 11 4 ni, w jv j 40 p m' a 10 p no 7 10 .1111 i.v miu ifn n iv r I.v .1 ua u in 7 i p m 411 a a ni ) i4 p m t 51, a 8 37 pin 11 44 a ni 10 jo in nr. niirgin ni 117pm 54,4m . llHreiii.... ..Arr 1 J i in iij2pni 84J piniJCHa4 m u iram'l.tvd ... .M 5 o in r 3 a in D.invill... j' p m u jo I""' U9pnilu 16 rti 11 .1 in 1 113 a m 1 si a in Cty m 41 .......Junnlon jiipm 9 iopm'ii3oa m cki p in...... ..S,iirrt .. 11 "j 1 I ia. a 1 u a J? p m 1 cx n in .. -.. 9 S'- - in 11 i. m Oakdale .. jajam IS 550pm' m o (op in Ar'v.. tJhaiiamwKu ...L'n m 7 a rii 4 835am Kiwuriii, Cl.atHimuqa.. Ar' o:oi III 7 (a in . 543 P ....'....- -. 9 10a ml 700J1 m III 4 47 a III II lUlla 00 p mi 9 49 P m (in pm 11 as pin Ulrintnjhan 1 43 p 11 45 p ni l.'.t a "1 rH.cliKM 8411x111 I 30 a in ' S I' pm 4.5ani . .Meridian ... 1. ve 4. , u ix in . 11 3 . I've p m m 11 eonm Ar'v .Nowtlrleini .win , 3 i0 a m L ......Meri.li.in .An . . Ar v ' i r m ni l.'.c...... Iaek...n. . pm ZZL. ' so- - u,e.ViJ..i.uru. .. Monroi 1 wuiii Lie am. , jjn ... Si) pin Ar'v., .Shrn-..r- t "" rj7r-f!ollu(rj; sleepinB Car. on all iwTnT" am Ag" II (i KDW'AIIDS, Urn! Kn. inllN C. IIAUI.T. llenrrnl Manager R. CARUOI.I.. Ueneral Superintendent J gl'IM.A.V, Hill. '.H.n.Mi.i, fc'i OeniralOITlie., M. Taul lluildln, We.t Fourth Street, Cinimniii tllim m . 1 a jo a m' oj p in 10 jt p nu . JS I'm II of pnyoaja , 9ipm W'lIHiiM.toWH . VlfWIlH. II. .. 'i eaen l.'ve 5 !) 4 nil Nj. No. 10 4. N 1. Daily ' 111 Daily. r . o 11 4 j , m ; mt 644 pHi in .r iitatt 111 tea ... Ifiim 7:4.1111 111 111 js a -- .1 1 1 1 1 le. . r .... 1 111 1 111 .r 1 111 . .!..... 9lft .fpm. ' 1 Joir A--1 ,:, '" V Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal Some Faots About the World's Population Over a Billion Inhabitants. I JUBE'S GIFT. OHDECAI IIOLLINS was u farmer who did not, farm. Ho o lot rented n which his wife, and their sou Jubu cultl- 7 vated. Jtonlecalwas tcn-ncr- Hero nro some interesting facts nbout k pmK POWDER Absolutely Pure. thSn iho ordinary LuiK, pow Ur never vatic trengtli and who - tin1 people who compose the population of tin1 xihM: There nro ,0i languages In the world The Teacher ( , MEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VBHNON, KY. Hotel Is tlill maintain' Thit old and well-ttiio(njj Its fine reputaii'tn, Chiret r.toii.lil. Special attention tn the (riveting puMit- . I' .NKWCUMII. Prop, Sj-t- l Mi 'Veinon. and its inhabitants profess mote than 1,000 religions. ' The number of men is nbout equal to the number of women. The average of die, life is about .M years. previous to the age of 1". To every 1,003 persons only I reaches 100 years of life, savH the Golden Argosy. To every 100 only (i reach the age of (' and not moie than in 100 hves to 80 years of age mm .... .1 .1. iuereare 011 uie caiwi IM1IIMIVV1 Of these, .:i,0U.'!,0:t:i die ev- inhabitants. vrvvear; 01,824 every ilav, :t,T:i0 everv ..,t...,".. r... hour and (.0 ... ..... One-iiunrte- r 1 iw 1 ...-..,- ivwy terracotta ifu ftkdh ' ' ' I mouthed, and his nurrow face mado up In loiiL'tl. tvlmt it lacked in breadth. He looketl dysiwptle, but ho had the best whUky stomach of ,m .rn.it.-u- .... nnymanmuioneigii. If linHtirtn.1 K second, colored dog and n rlllo gim, which went with him everywhere. Ho said the dog was the "best huntlu' pup hi tho country," which may have been true, but It 8cmom' foum, n, h0 Tlic uvimwAl. it mitts ijI ireumiMi n Who ndil'cd her pupils to strengthen their iiiluds by tho uho of Ayor's appreciated tho truth that bodily health is essential to uioutal vigor. Tor persons ot dullcnto and foolilo . 1.1 .!.! fi.tiiullliiltitii "IIWIIK-- . tiiiiilliH 111111111 11111,1.111 . medlclno is remarkuhly lie sure you gut Ayor's SarsaparlllH. Kvory mrlnB a num. "crof iMittlrsof . Acer's (sarsnparilln.nnd 1kiu-iu1n,n Kr,a,1-.Mrs. Jiuiiiw II. i;a,,tm, Stoneluiiii. Mukh. ,.T ,IV tllkt.tl Sllu,,arlft wjth grent beuelU to ni general ln'iilth." Miss Thirra I.. Crerar, Palmyra, Md. ..Mv ,imiilitur. iw.ilvn vmim of has suffcicd for tho past ear (lom K. ' ,,,,., - LOUIS SOHLEOEL. j PIIOTOOIIAPHER, ItMUlI.MONIJ 1 1 KV. - n. I'ltotoraphs mall ttylt an u Pictures in India Ink, Crayon an I U'titr Colnrt Ntw de- sint in Kr i nit a vt it at very tow prices. Tho nUYBItB'OUIDEIi Issued Moroh and fiept., icftoh year. It is nn onoy. lolopodia of useful In for. 'mutton for nil who pur. ohnie tho luxuries or thu nocossltlos of lllo. We on olotho you ami turnlkh you with nooassary and unnoaonssry all tho nvpllnnoos to rhlo.wulk, dnnco, sloop, est, fish, hunt, work, jjo to church, or stsy at homo, und in various sites, stylos and quantities, Just lluuro out what is required to do all theao nd you can r.mkosrsir oatlmnto of tho vsluo of tho UUVElttt' UUIDK, which will bo Ront upon rocolpt of 10 oents to pay postage, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 111-U- 4 MiehlKn Avonuo, Chicago, III, o v .:,- S.5 Dissolution of Partnership. 'the . General Debility. A few weeks since, wo to ntvn licr Aycr's Saisnparllla. Her healtliiins greatly linpiie.l."-M- rs. Hiirrlet II. Tlattles, South Chelmsford, Mm. "AlKiut ii j ear ago I begnu using Ayor's Rarsaparllla as u rciacdy for debility and neuralgia resulting fiom malarial exposal o In the hi my. I was in a very had condition, but six Kittles of the Bar Han.u lllu, with (. utional doses of Ajor's l'llls, have great Ii Improved my health. I am now nlilo in work, ami feel that I cannot say too much for jour excellent remedies. ' K. A. lMnkliain, Both Mohmciis, Me. "My daughter, sixteen years old, is using A.ver's Sarsaparlllu with good of. feet' lte. 8. .1. (Irnlmin, United Urotliren Chtinh, lliicklmniion.'W.Va. " I RUiTered from ft h thu J i.i lannot be sold in ompetition with the miiitit ti.lc of low test, short veigM alum or p mtphiL- ponders bold only in irre. Jiiai IIamni. ToutiCR Co., toft Wall Street, New Vorlc. A marvel ol purity M re economical C. A. BENEDICT & CO., f; Well Drillers is Pump Adjusters, STANFORD, KY Wells drilled to order and 1'umps liiruished at f acuny price 30 I, than the The married are longer-livesingle, and above all, those who observe tuvober and mdustiious conduct. ltU omen men live longerthansliort ones. chances of life in their favor jvioustooO years of age ..,,. men have, but fewer afterward. The number of marriages is In the pruiiortion ot ... tn ......... 1,W :.i:,.;,ilit nls. Marriages are more frequent after equinoxes, that is during the months of .luneaiu ixuniixr. Those born in spring aie generally of a more robust constitution than others, llirths are moie frequent bv night than by day, also dentlis. The number of men capable of bearing of the arms is calculated at !,.! rv... V...L- l .m.1 Ky. wj.i...i... d one-fourt- h - M-.i- S. O. D.1.VI0. jires A PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Pacific Slope Angel's Wings, MT.VrciiNON,lV. Ofice next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. iSpeiUX attention given to diseases of children IT O. H.M110BEKTS, iM.D., STANFORD KY. Court-Hoiisc 1. Orfii.co.i Lancaster Street oppoMle Ha ing removed to this place from Liberty, to practice hit profession. Mil the intention of the pub lie to the fact that lie will be ready at nil hours day or night to answer culls in town or country. '" imrty year ol lite were spent Stanford and "Well lie drems it uiincctssary 10 speak ol Ins ability as --1 phjfician and .ursenn A share of the patron "Mav age of the people of htanford and sic mtv isasked ,;, . . ' oj.tf hy him. 'I'if 'It 1 111 111 tho woods, across a .phey slough, through a swamp, to a hut mado of .. t. M pine poles, built ul thu foot of a atoon hill. nrkt in c.?"? ." l'Mfr """ p AImi stanioru, w tl ..lviflll ; tisusyssji, tits in It contnined one room, without ,aR0 next door , nov. otcupwd h) Mr.J P Onus . , Tr-ir-.- it bed, household furniture or homo Utensils IWcsvion tohrtt named encnn ani lime ami tn ( I 1. h. tattermi.N'Qi iih. Mlts. urri IK lloi MKS. 'ofanvkind. Mabel!" n-i- f D.n.llle. K). 1 sleeti LOTJISVILLB. KENTUCKY. with Cousin Kditli to' "Jube," said Loftln, "do you love your mammy I" ' NoUmIv dusscnt sav I don't." bo nu- ' swercd. i "Vh".'" THE LARGEST AND FINEST ! "Your daddy, toot" FOR j "r.ec.iu.se I want toseo her wings. I ...tier .last nigiu sue was an "Hn.liin't ormmint tor iniieli.tfolks snr- ... i HOTEL IN THE CITY. Heard pa tell rbU IM)tkl. f,)rewar. ha.,r., nthermm and A Imi 1 mil mid Stcx'lc . ... .. ,, . ... - ..w othirs not ta tnipast on our lands mthnttt per utigcl. never done me mean." liutslmi, as all such lll l ptoiecuted t the full- A I eUtircto leste KeMiicki I v:ll ell tjrreat Mabel, I "Well, if you'll carry this letter" taking ei extent of the law '!"1. ".She wont be here .at ri floe 1 saw mllb, mupletc with ju li,ir-- e ouilers RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD-- ! ind satartc ensinua, 1 m mi'k,'i n log ivag-nt iiii.i., it from his pocket to Job I'rltehard, who " unw i; ihmi r.i Hiir.l, ,.. ... I..M. .MCKUIJI.IUSJK .M t HAU1HI.MA.N. Ji.nr)ewi;'ni. li'irttitl- ... ".V- -. ,..-- v pruir ! "... "' " you know where it is-- I'Il give you inc to rooms: lilfl. .... T.. nut; hy""n ...,..) riuix ,; jm if i ninle, horse, .3 li ii ''"' Js.il. here, -. "." .Ts'liAvks.HAir.II.MAN, iiaU.JII.man. rilini3 uinnt. U im .) nr,n o jno a rc ol jv I Yes, ilear. If your pa told her she is taiAiLxml well t inlieinl. t t MKS IIKNKY A. M. KRUNO privi t MAR I SMI I'll, K. I 1'h.M.i; iukkisiiji kussun uaths iv hotel. will Mjiw...I, Ky an angel, I am very much afraid she " ( tlv away before night." tire-plac- "Ma!" "Well, Mabel?" i' Do angels have wings'.'" "I suppose so, my child." 'Don't it make them uncomfortable to . wear corets .....i .lM.iani.nr tlmm"" "Whv, child, what nro you talking about '.'" I thought if there "Oh, nothing-on- ly were angels here on earth tliey must fold their wings pretty tight." iiivi..,! ,,l1lw,.llKo," tins, ,,,,.. i.uiiivim boasted, "idlers 'eta whea sho belched;" but while tho woods resounded showcnl any with her "bclchla," he game larger than a fox squirrel, i',i,,, 3!,MJube, ouo clear, frosty inorn- fug iu ovelllbet. lsws as .Moniceni tooK ins gun from tho rack oyer the door, "sooseu youletniogoerlmntlu'tliisinnniliiM I seed cr,lrovo cr tur;,.y on the ui.lgo uv the eaao-brakbeyond tho bayou yistiddy eveif- In'. 1 mout kill one, an' we could have er ThaakKgivlu' dinner jeV llko rich folio. .. You hain't bte enuff tar shoot nrnflc," Mordeeal replied Julio wan twelve years old, nlhnasi. paw paw supling. and, liko yer seed tur- ol,c' biggest at the fixit-- "ef k nMrVn K,t otlCf ccr:aUlt fl,r not8j. 0Vcf falls tor hit thor bud's eyo when I pull the trigger." The two companions went turkoy-hun- t. to i"K Jwbo started to the cotton-patcluxury which get a watennelon, an (jod makes for tho twor boy of tho Mouth In autumn-time- . Whun ho approached tho ieuce,nosuw.iir. umin uiinioiuK oyer io- .ward him. I)ftln was a tall man, with long hair nnd whiskers, shaggy eyebrows aud j deep-se- t, sad o.es. "llowdv. Mr. liOiuni ' saiu juoo. " Hello,'Jube, is that you?" i r , i o I ieo-col- d ' ,,. fotch ' tMMiiu'rsliip heretofore existing lumrin Mourn mill Itcflrui' 11 IMtlen, in thl. curni ''" ll"y dlisoltni l.y tual ciinni. ') cx-a:2ii- Nov ., t.I)l.lt 11 I'AniC.S. ' LAND FR SAL1S. TOBACCONET. - n m n the SouitrM-- i and Crab Ounhard iiHiiur ruad halfway iietcrn the tw.. place Well of good natcr at end l vinh llnlf t canst and to M.rvt In gritu. A .mhI oh: rt Inr mtlr hofs and sheep li W l LACK, j SJ tf lKiie) k Mountain Lands ! I Nervous Prostration, vlth lame back mid headache, nnd hnvo lieenunii h IhuicUi.sI liy the use ot Ayer's 8arsop:r Hi I inn now Kiljenrs ot age, nud am I'tslicd that mv present health nnd priiioiiged life nre due to the use of I.ucy Mollltt, Ajer's iaiHiiarllla." Killlugly, (.'.mil. Mrs. Ann If. I'arnsworlh, a lady 70 years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., w rites: ''After .scTil weeks' suffering from nervous proMnitlun. 1 pns'iired a liottlo of Ayer's Nirsup.n.lla, and before I had taken half of it my tiaiial health ' ' Thptearct.-'MH- rooMito ht a lor lmrJierent r for fxrHituie and un dmtilciug, tinaer. istahlithmeiit t ( Foefurihrr informinatiim, write t.t anil Tlmhrr ham nc 4o lilisls r, moft urhws, that nill I v-- ll of Muunlsin, Co.il 1 at harRiun - vl) c V . M.'.IVAi.r. J! T iCy t- ;'"".T v-- T) &J v McKINNKV, KV. '., ' ' I "I might lenowed that. An' ho'll kill vrhot tho little boy shot at." somo "I sceil h(j turkeys down in thcr lwt- fup m. foch mQ Thanksirivin' " . " That makes mo "think, Jube, I want you to do somethln' forme. Como with mo to " Where's your pap I" " Oono er huntla'." "Yes." t'nr Druy, McHliclnes, the famous Sirup ol and tcct lour prrocriptlout proinpllt and cor rrcth.. mini at ull hours, and to net lout Mapie f!....-l.H (ji.)r, . ,. A.. .w.. tf c.Kotiij un.itr.,- iii. rl.... '...!. . ri ..!..ti ..... t.ii for , ..icrfcliliit'i I ovu t J.r wlfl attend tn oHrdrne'ilrpltt'nest, ali attend tn tounl.) C !,, G. C. IJITTriVKrt OHIO. VUI-KD- TJX .. . i.i . riu.--s :cKgygt rn.tr.. prrpnnuipn.wiiiiotii liiilirt ifnim TTrnlrW.Ko lA Jos. Llvor-Molo- s. Plm- plos, Blaolr-lIOIldSunburn Olid Tau. A few applications t ill mider the mwt Mubbornlv red skin soft, smooth and white. Violn. Oronm is not a paint or powdcrtocoverdefccti, but a remedy tocure It is Btijierior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Atoms- gists or mailed for fiO rvnts. J'rcpareil by . f!MTt ii irlOLAUREAM rv: ,. JsiiT Kb nkwvr Urnnr. ill As CO., ""a't t MrKoherit A s Man n d, K v returned." the ants nl uie sick. niRfit or ua), lu town or jo J s ' Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ritKl'AKED nv Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats. Trice tl; sit bottle., SI. Worth ft a bottle. , j SPECTJJLATIOIT. W. MITCALC litis METOALF & HATS, K. A. ROMEK, 13ANKKR ' Iattys. i at law & real estate ACTS.' AXDimOKKR sud ti Net street c 'r fj T? J?OJ sr MKiSJ,i, ... . "! -- IIAKIIOUKVIt.i.Kanri 1'INKVII.LK, KY Will practice in any court is Rattern Kentucky. f KaminatHiissif land title matfc a tpecially Any -. ,siie iracissii iimoer, !. rniaer. ianos .or 'sale. Inlormallnn turnithed SMi anv wst mil csr- - ""-f retpondence solicited jHi-tf- ) 4" f Hr..!. XI'W MIKK ctr M ,B,i,- 1' S nn.,i." n..in n ..i.m.uiiD iti.u j i. u....... 11 ,,.., III IIOI (.III- - SOI Putroloum. A I Wit! M Os i' HI.IN f i I.I kjjviui ltvuoii, wct for pwthlt SAWMILL 1 -1 SALE POSTED. ... , . -- Jiftai'. vim Hiuri vs'inar'T"' a n 1 .. ' f R V 'sAlV k.vv A - V Q'P b til . F A I k J T 1J . 1 I.1IUI. Inflh S- -. tf -- 3a-. Lt4 ywwwffj, COMPsNY a 'A ! Once while a company of soldiers were m '. .,i i,1imi-i.1- i um riiuhiili ' 1 t.b i""i'"i " tin. atnrt irrns. tho M -noticed that one of them bad a deck of "TaJ- cauls which he was looking over and - ' t V -- v x H'tmedto be studying closely. Afterfi irtti."-- s rti--tr-T-''A service the soldier was placed under ur- A Jr U3aBS of ' rest nl ordered to give an account lWf-r- ir IlOtlSC JnilCI 25 what he meant by displaying n deck of fS"tfi7i( i ,.i. ..,..;.... i i. lulling uiiiuiu sciiitci 'CI...- c.i- niTn c.ir.ln i " WIIEItU'S YEIt PaPl" dn-- r thereupon explained a follows:! is but money enough to buy a hundred turkeys. 1110 that there M "The nee reminds one (Jod; the douce of the lather and Unng mo ait answer." jjlljf ' '"" """"" of the Holy Trinity; the vJ Nm; the trey Mat-- 1 four-spof the four evangelists pp pay vou SiE53'je4 It was night when Jubo got home, Mor thew, Mark, Luke and John; the live-f.pilr-was spot of the 11 vo wiso and live fooliih vir-- ' dct-a- l whleh there. I to had killed a fox n pint1 . ho loftln town, bringing rel, . that ill six days Cod iui,.,.,t,, ,..., in nn mnun. i imiib! ,,.- - the t t I) iiibii uuvn ".iuue," no spokc, looinug uown at ins inadetno worm; tneseveupiu wuu vu son "around" ,..,. was fie ,u"1" "'V He rested from His la- - .Irinklng, ... the bottio rrom . whieit ho that se.yl ..... j. " "! . "' Priuconnil Peasant, tho Millionaire nud I,bors: the eilillt-SHU- t Of the eight iiiiivnre . 7. . Day I.aboier, b their iiiuiinon uso of wife that enteied tho ark, : ouh, his . .:.,,. and Cl. boa.j 0I1 .ilu. 'ilg,. t reed er fox wpiir'!, an' T.a thu luiiuii.i, attest tho world-wiii- o rei-.. l,l-...- l ,n u.,,.1 ,r,.l,hl.. i,.,l,.0,1 ... I.,. I.V.".: w w.v V. "" I I y , ,' V dm .. . nllV- Hint Oil ol .VVOr'S l'llls. Hei" siiminii tm-n. ' , leans,! by tio,., only one jg-' """" ' ,,1' mimy"! wZ'-Srof the sicians re,, ,,eud the. pill's jjtoiiiai-l- i nud later Inmliles, C.i.stive- " aili " Mammy was stooniujf down at thtj f whom was gniteful; the ten-spt ",''', tipu, JHIIoiisiii-- H, and Sick Headache ; j , of tbe ton TOniintiin1imMt." flnftihieo. frying bacon on a sk.llot that lay J5' Jiwo, for Itliomimllniii, Juuuillco, and uostcflifc rnoticj I SlOWed llOW the CIl(lSSetMl 011 n OOtl Ol coal on llin ntanii. "I mil vor H" tlfll RJltuace Iv'iiiinih'ln 'I!ii.vm..Hii..r..n.i...l coi thaut--t .4 1. wwl th.ir'a troublo gwuie on 111 town. n I j linn n$ a calandar: .mi.. (ounting the You know that feller Loftln. who hklns or0fr ialn no cAl.unel ; are prompt, but mild, X. rtf1 r r v. ...hi. 1 r iv ' looks sorter crazy I Tho without ihc e;,re orrirr of llarsw A llnsthet a 'Mm, the orroun' bo sl.vly in opur.1Ji.111 . and, thoroforu, tlio very spots," said he, "I llntl them are W WUIU s WllUUUHUUIVU iKsSt tuodti iu' for l'umlly Uso, as well as nmi,Br f davh in the vear; bv counting Fed'rul soldiers nir irtj.t. I.I.il 'I It... rr.it .I.tl.- ' A.lJrr.sIIAK1KUA-HtcOTllKItS- . . , . - N'etvVurk flor rravclenan I Tnuiists. PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS Pritchanl, but lie'6 Mnruiunnr 'tni iii'timthe ..ml. there ate .,.', the ,1,1.ill,. nf ,d shine thit)iigli bne uv "I have dorlti.l great relief I from weeks in a vear. of suits there are 1, the 'em. They say Lofiin an' him Wilt one uv Ayor's Pills. Ph.- yenis ago was akeu so .ill uitli fr.ieiis over at Hhrovc-ip each year; tbeio ' 'oni In or nipiiber of r ... HR n.. np . . To Wtishiwrtou, Ulchiuond find lsN k ,l1" ",u' ,no ' each suit and there ato IS . , are W iimfe in JSiflO JsX. V. Old Point Comfort. Aliuj- ttx-l.-t tium. tl.u .tniu. uuijc- loiinmu. - ......I.,..,. Ilu.,o ,1U( forg0tu, lhal Loflla owcU hUu f0l. that I Whs ttiiabfo to d. any work, I wijuks In each ipiartei. took tllltsu lmes of A ' i r's Pills nud tioi. belli? satisfactory, thu Soldier was tho errand; he thought only ot tho strange, laUUIS VAlatit. AINU JNAOilVnaiiXa amls t'litirely ure I. Since that timtt I sad man, whom tho soldiers were going to mlefi.-t'rjQ Loulsvllo and Olncilnnntr net er it itiiitut u bov of tiieoe pills." toward kill. They RAILROAD. Coiiiiecltontdirnt for jI) points in the J'etor fhiialtiiseii, Vi. Vn riiti .It ilu Itnrrnrn.l'- liottintr tonder, batho your feet itilnrt If thev are "Ayer's 1M1U hate bei-- In use in mv Th. lire.. WEST NORTH - WEST AND d water, in- was tired; and whon thoy 1 cturned Loftln family upw.'t'ils ..f t v.. uty i.ura uud j in nbout two quints of SOUTH-WES- T. thorn. liavij s was not with u. ,'l. i'.y IIWL7! - r a!i that is to which you have poured two teaspoon-fulH KUUurl TDIIW'f -- I A L. "I'd bivo a thousan' dollars to know how ntim-klanned nr ptluk, In N'o.. , No of luumoniii and one tablespoonful ho knew wo woro comin'," said tho Captain .. .. from vthi. Ii tit Vrt-- limn J in.. .n srr.irnui .3, 07, Dally afford than any nthur j of bay rum. Sit with your feet immersed of the squad Dally Kx. Sun. was Thanksgiving. Jubo Next inediolno I titer tried." T. F. Adams, in the water for nbout ten minutes, gen was on morning to a feast of cold waterlibs' way Holly Springs, T.rxas. I.v I.oiiiitille 7 co p in 50 a m 10 js p in Arr Lexington jo a in tly throwing the water over tho limbs melon, and met old John Jlaconrind. " I have used Ayor's Pills for a mini. 3 10 a m it nne .tuipiiur springs Vh Iier.if tears, aud lime netei fniinil anv. "You'ro tho very chap 1 wanter see," said upward toward tho knees. Then rub thy " ChirlottsulleiV.MJiiiut 5 10 p mill 40 p in t),o li!ieml vlutlililv un int... llf Hung eijunl lo lui'iii fur Hiii," 1110 it " Uichniond g co p mi 3 50 p m with a coarse crash towel' and all that mnl a,iitlltt and illlli.nHll'- 10 35 a m 0 33 p m " ficwmirt .Sews met Loftiti, who wuz rldln" t'other way. Up " Old Point Cotrifort 11 00 a m Mr. tigtli to the b.tM.'iii. I nlwai.s keep 7 00 p m tired feeling will soon leavo you givo mo this" handlni: Jubo a letter "ati' " Norfolk. , . thiiu fa tlio house." K. I). Jackbon, it 40 a m 7 40 p m m axed tno tor trivo it tor yor iiiiiminy." " Washington 940pm 8 13 p in Louisville sviiiiiiugion, itl. Is it any Wonder " lUltimore s p m Neither Jubo nor his pap could read ; but iii$pm il 1 to a in "Two botes of Ajor's Pills cured mo " Philadelphia To Nashville, 1 00 a m his inaiu my could. Kho opened tho letter That Dr 1'lcrce's Gulden Medical Discovery out" New tork 6 Vj a ml 8 ,0 a m ol hovuro ' hundred-dolla- r greenback Memphis, sells all other Mood and liter medicines, .since h and found a one iiossassetsiwh superior curatite properties 11s it bill, with this note: "I shot the soldier, but in self deienso. ' Lexington Division Trains run by Central ti me Turn; which I was long n sufTcrer." arr.iititnill"faetiircri. in suppljlni; It to tho My word is of no avail, for thoy seek re- Atlanta, Main Lino Train, cast of Huntington run by Ilntt Montgomery, Kmiiia ivcyos, llubli.triUton, Mass. people as they nre doing) under conditions audi venge, not cm time, which Is one hour faster than Central Justice They will novor catch as noother inidltlnes arc sold under, tu: that in "YV.innovor I am troiildud with me. I enclose you n present, for an errana Little Rock, time. ADDITIONAL TRAINS-N- o. 11, daily ex- or sillTer finin loss of apjictite, must either buncfit or ciira tlie patient, or llio. did for mo." ccpt Sunday, leave Olite II1II4 43 a m; Ml. Sler- Mobile and New Orleans. Wr's Pills nul 11111 light, again." A, tl. mrmeyimldtorlt will be promptly returned. It Jubo don't wanter do uothln' wrong, Jubo," lin. 7coam:arrtvc Lexington 833 a m; arrive at "I JC'.Mir, Jr., Itock llotisi Vu. cure nil discuses urisinj from deranged liter, or shosald; "hut I'll keep this money, an' us Cincinnati via Winchester 11 ,13am. except Sunday, leave Cincinnati No. "Ayer's Pills nro in general demand from Impure blood, as billiousnesi, ' liver comyer pap ain't hore, wo won't toll 'hit nothln Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. loop 11. dailv m;Leit!Ston 3,35 p m; arrive Ml. Sterling Our sales of our iiistuiners. ..lining plaint," all skin and scalp1 disease, salt rheum, erbout It." ilu-ioxceeil those .if all other pills Only one change to points in No. 3, daily, leave Clifton Forge it 700 a m; tetter, scrofulous sores and Kwellimjs, feter sores, They had bacon for dinner us usual; but Wo lijic neier Iuiumu them Charleston 11 30 p in; arrive A. blind 5 40 p m; hip joint di(cuc and kindred ailments. It tusted sweeter than turkey to Jubo. I.i to clve entile siltisfaitioli." Columbus 11 1; p m& Wught & Ilaunelly, fcan Diego, Texas. When next Thutiksglvlng camo thoy had No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 iq a mj arrive at $300 reward for an Incurable cats of chronic Na Charleston una in; Clifton forge 7 36 p m turkoy for dinner, aud a stove to cook it in. EMIGRANTS t Catarrh iificrcd by the manufacturers of Dr "Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains. Ciiaiii.ks B. IJI.ACKUUUX. Old Dominion Steamships leave Notlork on Mon Safe's Catarrh RcmeJy jo'cciiti by druggist. li. Seeking homes on the line of this road tvVI receive dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, 1 hiirsday and Satur sharp-sighteWhk.nmi man hols usualSpecial rates. day at 6 30 p m for New York. itr Shiloli's Catarrh Kemedy, n potitlve cure for ly credited with having "an eyo llko a 4dSccacenUol this Company for ratesroutes tor Tickets, Kates, Informttion, etc., apply to Or, J, C. Ayer & Co., .LowcjftMass. Mcltob Catarrh, Dyphtheria and Canker-MoutIckct office or address hawk's;" but it would bo moro compl- Arc,, or rite toC. P. AT.MOttlJ. 0. I'. 8.;T, A., 4J,.t.t 1.. ..II la .1.. It. lf.111...- fier'l I'sss Apt W C. WICKHAM, Ky.; Cruw .v Co., McKin-ne- )' imentary to him to way that ho jwssesscs un Stanford, erflit Louisville, Ky ii. W FULLEIt, Kecelter. K).; K W.Joues, Crab Orchard, Ky. optic liku that of u blind beggar. S After dinner "How much mama knows" raid Mnbel. "Shu said Kditli would lly away before night, and there is Iter trunk already packed in the hall for the evening train. I'm going to try and stay awake to see the flying racket." .Sin Francisco Wasp. '- ; f? 1889. LOUISVILLE A: tatt. S.vxra. CIHJINATI I r.. !.... CREAM .... &,$& ts,!r-I'?- i jto?ir F&. Jr. hAtiTf' -- ft . LEXIHGTON.KY.'' I, f T" 1 Ricli and Poor, six-Hii- 2, 1 "l..",!. 1 i, .1, I -- .,, I V.itr illemnMl STANFORD. KY, is srest emircroi Cltlr. on the 'In... Uitar awn I Sir t; , mwv hem . lh fa.te.i U a.t snsl V. W WTTRKrctTTiV. PRfiPRTP.TnR in. I,. ......., . W.... H.llslKAlM) w... svecn alt i la.sin the .Viuib n I ikr I,, .1 .h I he t .Northwest. train on at " saicsf the I .li,i I tprcst truak hats is Jas-wHarpers llarar will iniitinupto maintain its rei . ...., civr. MI!; Hotel tull mdstslnt 'J' Thit old and iilsiii n as an uneuiulUil (jmlli journal lis net ilJustrauons Htvof the hixhct Irr, lis liierutuic it hifh rvputation.and us I'ropnetor is iletermio. all Cfltrm HVVrt ftlWs In 1.. s,.il is of thechoicekt kind aotl its lathn n and House est that it shall be scond to n eonslry Hotel. In )oti will fii si tsasa iiKWs . .ckri. Mv M hold Departments ef the most practical ami rt " t alo.i. n .i. vant tsr Allen. niimir.il chararlir lu pattern-- . htel supplements the State hi ils I'arsj. and fadiion plates jlone will ave its renders ton nan loins 1. nests. Ikszcc cmrayasl ta and j5 O..MCOKMIC K, . ... times the tost of snh riiitmn. anil its article on tree 01 ca.ir(e Mrciai ace i..rr.f I. i4H.nftr tceni, ciii enqueue, Ivwusoleepiiitf, deiurativc alt, sucu-Cite I nkei A(Hts sn,i Orherrs. lasmeroal 'I ra ele. s cimtcry. etc .make it iiHlispvnsible toettry hittwe- 4 I. M II sss-s-jj. ih y0 Uuisill' ky iiuiti, u uri(nt snoti siunrs una timely K. A .j, r .1 ill pulilithtd, ind not a line is Mre anuinjj the offrndth mft admitted to its column that ' fsiiiiloiis e A mini j; the ailrattmns of the new " lolinne will hi serial storie I't Mr Ftau. is Il.lc- - lliirnetl.Mrs Ale.ander. W ill.am llUc and ACI'CS I hoinit llurtly anil it .erits ol 1per on nur-ir- ) Mrs llirtstinr Icrhune llerruk inrttmiiiitiil hi miles South l St .nl .'! nn Nral's t'rek Address me at I arlisli, K W.tlt Ml. C. Siinmom, Ku Ltmla, I'rop'r M A Simmoin Liver Medicine, I.tt'd ! So, In the I .S tourt DKiaata J I j I'er Yesir II. Ail ,rrfi'r.,Q.Simniuii Mv. Harper t llasar, ..1 a. a, 1. ii na lor a; tears TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Ufcd IVOI..SSTK.V IILIOlBNIS. llsrjirTs Mai;iint . . .: , receniiti "" t .. ,. ..,., IYarRMlA,Sck llAiAiiir.,I.os. Having .uip.s:i...a nut it'.i.cr Mill in .ihi I w ikte Inwn n( ljnf,.ril thil Ilnriir's U'eelly . lu dlh ..i.v ArrtTiti,11.Soih .Stomach, Ktc . Harper's Yoiihr l'coplr l t to equal in iuality of llimr, m' think the c.tuaas l 'ev i noaint, rastnr.M. K. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes,' "1 the county should have county pr.de eaoach 10 United patroaMe aad sustain tbc urss V wish to uunK 1 snoi.i,: natc licen dead but lssata) lo all subscribe Kae thl ur jjur tienitins ,i. A. whom it nusv concern thai w arc in the Slattv. Can.uls or ilnxieo. ai-J have I.acr . Your wheal and turn ..k Thoyolumeaof the Haaar hiin W hen .tu. isutrket ' to bur nistnasl assffcei price forand will Wt some m is had to auhstltuta NWftB - csf una. th " fii no r luauareach vwtr h i's I VWtgM Mcdi w.11 h..ln m .11. S.Tf SSOISmM BtS HNKSintlY IdSS. CVrS HIWI ..u... m ,.n.lu,M Veceip.Tf ..rdeV! cine, hi.t it don't anav.Tr the WWII, ttK-- .; .f c.. no. make ..l o au., any IK purpos- ' i- orit Or J. It. Graves. Killtor Tit " " "'d l?,l?5''!h0'J.,i,i,J!r "ilfnl" rhv '" th.' v'u"lt We. ,c' ,",,, "" ',,' MnnnliU 'rn .111 r.JMn. IC..111 "' . Dtaat oeuarimeui 1 motr me ""." I r- - cued j a'kaKe ol your Liter " ' -- i -- -. Z' u lorsale lll lc.e is.l al the MUJ. Qcn mi "J n"1 I"F,""!" "" r" Md me. an 'iae used hatlof It. SrTJ, ItworLslik, a elmpm I w,m nn hett r I.iui Kct'iilator and cer. ' uluW for h.mi-each miutne. in stock W.N HitTfv f'loifc ta.uly n j 1.1 ,re ul Zcilia'a mixtute. ,,,- a- "",",,d " ,,n Co ,f S,,,H" Sun( rd Rul,r' rf ' ' "" "' b " Harper's Bazar, iMT3ir.:K IW'IDTJIfilLsJTHE MOST ...U, . .. . ... I rsHints-rtMr- APID ROUTE ra...M. ttca 4n, 1 well-koo.- B " ,,,, i 1 " ' r- I l.l ssi , , ta-t- FOB, Ss&XE. iUi liin.i 11 ' , iTIIAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. I- -- Jl Harper's Periodicals KTOTICE - I Sim-mo- -" i ni.nlw;r. " , , ' ...... ,,,.,.. 1 aa .,' ' " l.t d.a.t.l 'e " "' l' .... 11 ' VTW&r 7 I S-T- O .,i..,.s,...4'hno'innnh 1 , w m hm w ,..Tr f - - Jetis-ons, Rheumatism n ..... "l""' bav-iiHi- '7'" rr" fj BAST fjAHTSE'fl -- CHICKEN - "V d. , "WZEST Cholera Cure! B wero-pilote- - . ice-col- s 1 SOUTH & WEST tij T KNsyPi (1 1 1 ein-l-.'t- - JPMIfW 'I f v 1 I Headache, I com-liiin-- il. ARKANSAS TEXAS. - Ayer's Pills, ruKi-AHiis- 11 ' t Thousand 3 of dollars worth of chickens die every year lrom Choi-era- . It is more fatal to chickens th. all sther diseases combined. But the discovery ot u icmeay tnutwVVri carts it has been made, and to be of its cfTtcacy only requires a trial, a 5ocents bottle is enough fii one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed If, after using of J. bottle, the buyer is not thoioughlv satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undcisigned and your money will be refunded. coti-vmcc- d two-third- s For sale by McRoberti A, .Sugg, Stanford : .. i i 1, ' , i- - it i wu l1'4,aVi ' I'g''-- - "I