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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888122501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25. d888. NO. 94 I f VOL. XVI. IN MEMORIAM. ' Y 4 : 'V., ! - I Owa-Mdess. " '. !eaOily & i r MT. VERN0.V, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. More About Horses. HUST0NVILIE. Milt Young, pioprietorof the Miigrath-- I CT. I). Weatherford's James Qiiinn put a bullet, into a sale came oil" Died, at her homo in Utixtuiivllli', Ky., inna Stud, 1ms cuhled an oiler of $10,000 man's cheek at Livingston Fiiday night. 'Saturday. Ik'ttle Property is haid to have , m., Minn Dec. a, ut '1 oYlwk. to Knj:lnnd for the liorce OMory. t Suppose the trees down there are already llPS.!,!.!,. I. II !. .1 I l,I(,l .M.n..r ' Uonl, (liuightcr o( Win, U'U' Tlie Orm.mde, the eclehrated Hnj;lihhhorhe 1, IJW. full to hold any more lead. The Cantata and supper Friday wiw :ll y.ira of hr Nov. reported as Hold to an American for$srf-- 1 too Peyton Parrott, that hustling busi night were largely attended and hugely Tlt iUwiiw o( wliirlt bIio tlliM wum ty 000, will probubly rotnain in Midland, as FALaL, AND GOODS. All wiih lont for her nil inquiry made by papers interested in ness man, representing IJ. K. Woaren, of enjoyed, The musical portion of the iihtild piieuinoiiiit. your place, was in this and Laurel conn- - performance is pronounced by judges to lovUnit inuilinil wisdom nittl such matters fails to Hint the purcliuppr. have been a marked success, We Invite Attention to our Complete and Carefully Selected ing luluiHtrW'H could devise. The Cnllfornlnns are stiuck on the ties last week. He gets up more busiSam Ilrown is still iinpioving. Mrs. from our lreH Australian horses, since the importation ness to the square inch than any man of. When death u'iiiovch ,... Stock of Maria llangley, an Knglisli lady of tho .I . ... . . , ..... his si.e that we know of. " wiiuiii viicu uiiMf ...i...... nu ii.hu iiifiui iimir "OiMr .MoiinM ami nnrcitln, and aie ne- Henry Larue, tho littlo negro who Wright family was found dead in her homo Ktlatii for Commotion, another Aus mv well, the heart at once tried his pop at Pat Ihirk two weeks ago, bod Tuesday inorningat Winter Wright's, proper method by which to express the tn,nlin tolilrity; but the pi leu asked ... was given 'o and ton days Saturday for her nephew. She was quite old and mi. i. ueep sense oi us iio aimI u 1.. iimi 100,000 lias dauipuned tho project just pistol totin'. Ho now rests within Jailer childless mid is said to have left a large .. n I i,. endearing Uiblets the priceless 41 ,11 II. stronghold, where do.ens of estate invested in banks. of ono whom wo mourn and one Tho writer thinks one of tho host bar- Arnold's Mr. Kodney Jones, of Hnrrodsburg, whoso memory we would embalm in our gains ut the recent IxliiKtou sales, was others who carry pistols should be. Speaking of a lively Christmas. If and Doe Carpenter and Miss Dolly Wildirections. secured by the purchaser of the there is any noise or life in jugs, kegs, liams, of Stanford, were at tho Cantata. Miss Uettie Held buAt an early Alexandria. He was a irrcut canteens, etc., from the nuuiberseon dai- Miss Maud Miles, of Hnrrodsburg, and mo a member of tho Christian Church. rn this year to his owner, owin Her education was completed In the Col-leu- to I. is continued growth. Hut look out ly wo would suppose that thlncs would Charles Clark, of Hooneville, mo witli llustonvillo under the adminis- fur Ids performances in 'M.I. He Is done he whooped up in some parts of the Miss Imi Hooker. Mrs, Win. Morcland tration of Miss Uuiinah Unrein, after (rowing now and is a cratid specimen of mountains during the next few days. One and Miss Susie Sandidge, of Danville, fellow was seen with live jug swung by are at Mr. Sam Hold's. w hlch she prosecuted her favorlto study the best typo of thoroughbred. We would not be guilty of adulation, a rope through their handles over his successful ot' music, and became u very It is reported, but not yet continued, lllll U'n fil.ll llin, t,l tit. rwm ...f..f...,m ('lit ,, v H.I.-- nun in ,iiu ami IIIISIUI IUIIU of the same, which she continu- that Mr. Hwiu has bought l'roctor neck trudging southward Saturday. teacher Mit Miller is at homo from Kirks-vill- o hUBtained by the editor of this paper n ed until taken ill by the diseasu of which Knott for SIKMKK). If to win the Derby school. W. M. Webor has return- few days since, wo have to bewail a pub-li- e khedietl. Her lender repird for her with, u do not think he has a sure calamity of no ordinary magnitude. e!itrUmte to thing by any means. There are many ed to Kuoxville. James Stevens has futlwr and treat dfsire to gone to Uercit for the holidays. Jack His enforced retirement from his usual was tlio consist auxieij K(M)(, mvH yot ,n Uc f)l.rbj. ids happiness, nnd Tom Francisco, of Gum Sul- routine of business will create a vacuum ol tier Heart, aim) nor lovu aim uuvu 'l'lm Kutiirilv Stnlfi'H (Vmv IhIiiiiiI. In Fish ami V) w. ,)t wo'r1 7:, rxxi ami in 'IHJ will phur, wore visiting this place Sundav. which will bo deeply felt and cannot be Hon to her two brothers was ardent ns also w her sisterdndaw nnd 1h, worUl jjooooo. Tids is one reason Mrs. M. C. Hragg is visiting her daugh iuicquaieiy mica, u is not mr purpose . . . .'.'ir. "ilertr l:..l.. Anna. These ..II lived in In.r why Dtiyers ran pay .handsome prices lor tor, Mrs. It. K. Thompson, nenr Iaincas-- ! to write bis eulogy. The young men of tor. J. W . Pollard and family started the oflico are competent and emulous, reheart. Ami right royally did they promising youuy; thoroughbreds. for Georgia last night. land will exert themselves to bear with ciprocal) her love. Cincinnati is organizing a new race n News has just reached here of a very , honor the well-wo- n banner of the Lnte-ugl- y Thoru was but littlo ulllnity in her course to eclipse everything of the kind case of ineondiary.sni nnd attempt-- ' kioii Jori..v.i., on whose radiant folds social for tho fnsuoui pleasures of est. Tito old liiickeye tracK in tho Comprising Extensive lines of Newest and most Fashionable Ladies' ed murder near McKoc, Jackson county, I has never been scribed the craven hilarity, but she sought rather ipiiet and will compose u part of it. night. A largo barn and other fession, "Failure." Let the friends of Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes, Rubbers, fcinlatti retirement, ami itmipanlonship A. J. Cissart'iind others are m rangwitli those whoso happiness was not do-- I ing for a new course at Klizabcth, X. Y., outbuildings belonging to Judge Forbes, the paper rally around it now nnd show Overshoes, 'Etc. Men's rubber's at 25c, Ladie3' do. 25, Misses' 25. and intluential farmer, were by their zeal and activity In its behalf indent upon the youthful frivolities of on a grand scale, said tp be more expen- a Her life was pure; her sively nnd excellently furnished and burned, with three valuable horses and that it is still n power in the land; that ivrrupt heart wns generous; yet she was the Very equipped than any course in the I". S. a good quantity of corn, wheat, oats and its hold on the ntfcctiouK of the people ! hay. On awaking tho judge started to cannot be easily broken; nnd their pur-th- e kouI of candor. Shewn the very em- So the Interest grows. tire to save the horses. IWore reach-- 1 pose to welcome its presiding genius bodiment of devotion to her friends and The yearlings by Hlue Kyes brought companionship with such as good prices at I.cxiiigton and were uni- big it ho was tired upon, a number of i back to his appropriate post with beam-ball- s No one nought only you RESPECTABLE Goods We passing near his head. He rushed ing faces, and hearts overflowing with by deeds of kindness won her esteem, formly an excellent and lino lot. our If you willing find ! l'tue, generous, noble and true in the Clay & Ferguson, Ixiugton, have lost back into tho house, when a servant girl sincere congratulations, NEARLY in Good. volunteered her services to go out and The Only Perfect Remedy midst of life the priceless treasure of their iniortcd horse, Zorillo, and James (list-ovtho identity of the firelings and ; For habitual conitip.tlon, dyBpepsia, nnd her father's fondest love, as well as the It. Clay has 1ought the promising young would-b- e assassins. They passed out of! kli.Hrl ill. u n, f.m...n.iir.-i.it..t- 1IIIS 11IIUII1 idol of her two brothers' tondorost eare, sire, Vocalic, by Virgil, dam by Austra'vwBUBiaaaiwua ua AU1 ,i the house on the opposite side from the fruit remedy, Syrup of Figi. It strength. fche suddenly was called nwuy from lian. lire and crept around nnd up to close i as well as cleansra the system, it is Viewed from anv standpoint. Mr. Ten Hroeck took Locompte, atUicliinont and cares to join Nothing belter can lv IihiI. Now jou know ( ,ui A n iw niniv nu vi inu Prior and 1'riorcKs to F.ngland to llMiVlrilWl' In U'lllant til's ti ilia ltall'IIUlU" asily taken, and perfectly harmless. mi tin. i,tirnnl ulinrv. uliori' us and the Goods, for we have told ou the1 Thutii withrut misrepreget noth- rics were standing. After recognising m sainted mother ami kindred bouts, ere race in lVl because he could For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. sentation. glad welcome ing to start against them in America. Lo- them they returned to the house the thif, have given to her a compte and Prior both died before win- way they came. Saturday warrants were ,--, w-iito their heavenly home. YOTJT-X- XTrkX VKT JCXJXfOJmBfXKlN I ning there, but with Prioress and Starko sworn out and two, whoso names we! "Drsrcst liner, than hail iefl us lift thy loss we divjily (the latter he bought) he won several have failed to learn, were arrested nnd Vet 'tui (Sod ho hat litre!; ut, I am Agent for W T. Woodward1 good stakes. He recently said to a breed- jailed at McKoe. The supposed cause of lit can alt our sorrows heal. ' dirty work Is that some parties w ho ' er nnd sportsman that of all horses he the ! Yet again c nep to meet ihee hail some trouble in court a short time had ever seen in Kngland he think When the day oflifc his tied. , I hose desiring " nicn commences fco Then In Heaven with Jojrlo greet thee. (i lad-- I MllCeaskeclJlKlgeroroestOgO 011 tjieir CIllry blanks can obtain IS, 188.). addreuini - me. the best, and the French-brethem bv ,..-.- -. ...,Where na farewell lear it shed.'" close January 1, 18S9. I'M. riur,, . bonds, and ujion his refusal they re-- 1 iteur tho next W UV Danville, Ky, J Parties who think they know alHrm marked that the next time lie wns asked for such ho would not be financially able IJoinii con Tin: C5alix)ws. We at- that the immense sum of $s",000 would not induce the Duke of Westminister to to comply. The parties now in jail nro tended church the otherevening in comslid to bo concerned with those who hnd I.. I havt purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. pany with Hank Hlfer' oldest girl, part wfthOrmandc. given out threats against Judge Forbes.' George I) W'earen and I M llruce and will open i tho contribution Ikix w.i anih. When a bip yard at lhcoae.purcIi.ised of Mr Wearen. i School Patrons, Attention! ucMuct lumocr in rougn anil ureueti, I will carry we Intended to chip in a quarter, put-cA Call. (To lh F.Jilor ofihe Interior Journal a Urje tine of window sashes, doors and shineles, laths, posts and the picket fence formerly solo by ' but got hold of n dollar by accident. SoPlean' allow in. to reacli the patrons To the Members of the Witle-Awak- e HOCKKR &o ir, t. carcu, IDIRCrG-Gr-IS- T 9 l3'l)r After the services wo went to Deacon and friends of the public school through ciety presenting the Cantata "The Stnr Jncjers, who runs tho box.aud requested your generoity. First, you have a site of Hethleheiii," Miss Jessie Cook, PresM'vontvdlvc cents leb.ite. Ho refused to and buildiiii: of w Inch any town or city ident: DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, We, the undersigned, desirous make it, living that the Lord never al- might justly be proud. ,second, you k lowed discounts or rebates. The deacon FANCY ARTICLES, &C. have trustees who are men of much pub of seeingyottr performance, "Star of being this sort of a man, the Kicker.does lic spirit; men who would rather see the that you present it at Stan Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. not hesitate to record the fact that he public interest advanced than their own ford, promising you otirinost heartyttup- at Akron, ()., twelve years ago preferment. Third, you have a district port and patronage. broke jail Winners wtcw VgV ifw C. C. Carbon, nnd is still wnnted in thai State for J. C. Iteid. coiiipo''d of ehildreii, almost without We have been keeping still on oNt'Uition, who are bright and nipahlu. S. M. Owuns, Koseiv.Iticlinrds, & CO.,!T"E larcest stock of watches, we were trotting Sarah Fourth, your t earlier has no higher moW. il. llriRlit, .1.11. llaughmaii, tun CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. I). It. Carpenter, .1. IJnhry, f.liOJt, ami bfciuise the deacon, claimed tives than those that would tend to the HOSTONVILIiE, KY. in advancement of populareducntioii. Hut .1. T. CurVon, I. M. Unite, Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than An anv. that he was doing work for tin) Arn still in till llnllnp., nml li I thing lii the tTndemliin; Jine. We hne h full the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Ue. 1.. lMIiill'iiinn, Win. Sevemni'f, tins locality. We have given Sarah the do you know that even witli the regular hoc 1 01 i.nsci nnu ivaskeu nt an miuu anu Kones paired on short notice and warranted. we shall now stand the ilea-co- atlenilnnce you have iivvtt lit 111 with V. II. Miller, shake, and Our hcjre, which it nearly o(eery J. Hriglit, Jr., new con be obtained on short notice Mr J. II .1. T. Ilii ley, out to public view in a way which your ehildiou; with the even anibjrenu-in- e Jas. T. Craig, Green has charge nf our business and till show our goods to any one needing ail) thin;; in our .Itdtobert.s & b'tujar, It. S. Lytic, will make him anxious to move boforu courteiiy you have show n him; witli Ine. if (5. L. Puunv, ltt'ht. Fenzul, I'hriitina" " the pleiiMiut cri'tttiiiKh rereivetl hy liiui .1. S. Hooker, A. A. Warn'ii, on all oivtisiuiiM, yet there iH the one ROBERTS, l.i Kikc Fiibsii Mkat. In tho winter tiling e.seentially neetlful, that is usually John II. Gnii, II. J. McHolierts, be.ion, says tliotiormantown Telegraph, nej;lerted in pulilie selmoN, especially in STANFORD, KY. t. I.. I'oweru A Co., J. S. Jones, it is often desirable to keep pieces of the towns, li. the visitation hy youivel ves T. A. Pice, li. H. Cooper. , Office on Lancaster Street, nppoMte fresh meat, especially pork, Hpuro-rilwA. S, I'riee, W. (i. Welch, sehool during ruiitatiou linm. to the Haxinx removed to this place from Liberty, to eti'.. as long as possible. Without n practice his profession, ciilla ihe attention of tho it. C. Warren, W. A. Tribute, Coultl you but realize that, when one's pub He to the fact that he will be ready at all hours it may he iiccoin-plMio- d or A. G. IluirtiiMii, day or night to answer calls in town or country. , Joe F. Watere, - v Wf I t n, j.. . . whole interest is centered in tlio work of verv satisfactorily by allowing Thirty years of his lite were spent in St.itifordtand K. C. Walton. teaching, trying to iinpieNS upon tlio he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as .fcjfctis the meat to freero hard and then pack- minds of your children the impoit-ane- e a physician and surgeon .stfliaiiHHPNNkaP'silHsiaP Es9KSi7ntwRsSsil' A share of the patronWSkSJL age of the people of Mauford and vie nity is asked ing tightly in a barrel with snow, wlion Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. by him. of htudy ami iiiontl duty; the 63 If it can be obtained, and placing tho bartliat will goon devolve upon The best s.itein the world lor cuts, bruises S. O. DAVIS, rel in a cool place. In this way meat ihc places of honor ami proilt sores, ulcers, salt rhcuin, fuver sores, tetter, chapthem and can often lie kept for months, and bo they are very soon to fill, 1 am sure that ped Hands, chllliUlns, corns unJ all skin erup- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay relengthen out the period of home-mad- e your presence would fill an aching void quired It is guaranteed to gltc perfect catlstac-tioMT. VKHNON, Jv V. meat. Care must lie exercised and fresh or money refunded Price 35 cents per box. in the public M'hools, thereby stimulatclose watch kept when the snow begins Office nest iloor to Whitehead's Drua Store. ing to greater action not only the teacher For sale by A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Special attention given to diseases of children to thaw that tho meat does not get un- in whom you have reposed such confifac3? Jn i JhiJB .llLkiiSMaSsHaHaHaHaflaflaHaalas A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. tj-tf- . covered, ns it will in a little time become dence, but of tho children as well. There ordinary scrap of wrapping pa ltwaJut an tainted. is nothing that will have a tendency to per, but it saved her life. She was in the last "Tho vidian who carries an umbrella excite ambition more than a father's or staiic. of consumption, told by physiciuns that e a short time; she was incurable and could only under his aim on tho sidewalk," said u mother's presence at school, to give a shewfighiH lcs than 70 pounds. On it piece of Having built n new Slaughter House at much It may be of kindly victim who had just been poked in tho wonl of cheer, or wrapper paper she read of Dr. King's New Oij cvnenie, 1 desire to intorm Ihe public that I am bin criticism In time of need. sample bottle; it helped her, she fully prepared to butcher hogs and cattle. Work con cry, aud sot a eye, "ought to havo it rammed down entrusted to me willhave inypersonal supervision, So, winning parents, friends ami pu- bought a large bolt e it helped her more, bought and those havii'e animals to ki may rot assured tlirout and opened insldo of him." fast, continued Its use done. pils a merry Christmas, and hoping that another and grew better rusy, plump, weighing and that the ork will be neatly A prouplly ELKIN. M. F now stroit,: healthy, 140 Si A Piece or Her Mind. Stanford, Ky. holidays shall have ended, we it when tho pounds, For fuller particulars fend stamp to W, A Udjr correspondent ha this toiay: may nil return to our respective duties II. Cole, druggist, Fort Smith. Trial bottles of The BUYERS' QUIDS It "I want to give a piece of my mini to a certain full of hopo nnd determination to do our this wonderful discovery free at A. It. Penny's issued Harob and Sept., iU who object to advcrlltinu, when it cost them wholo duties faithfully and well; drugstore. tveh year. It is as anything this won't cost them a cent. I suffered of useful infor. W. F. McClakv. Inmmost rehpt., mation for all who a living death for nearly t o years with headaches. Is Consumption Incurable? tho luxuries or the backache, in pain standing or walking, was being Read the following. Mr, C, H, Morris, Newark, necessities of life. Wo literally dragscd out of olstcnce, my lulsery inSyrup of Flgf of Lungs, osn olothe you and turnlsh you with Ark., sas! 'Was dnn with Abscess creased by drugging. At last, In despair, t comis the and friends and physicians pronounced me an in. at! the neoessary and unnecessary mitted the sin of trying an advertised Medicine, Dr. Is Nature's own truo laxative It appliances to vide, walk, dance, sleep, "Work, Hcgan taking Or. King's Vlcrce's Favorite Pri'icrlption, and It restored me most easily taken, nnd tha most oflectivo cuiahle consumpt'ne. eat, fish, hunt, vrorlc, go to. ohuroh, New Ducomy for cpnsuiuption, und am now on or stay at homo, and in various sizes, to the blessedness of aound health, I honor the remedy known to Cleanse tho System A. C. my thlrd'bottle, and able lu overee the work on styles and quantities. Just figure out physielan who, when he knows he can cure, has when Bilious or Ooitlvo; to dispel Head- my farm. It Is Ilia finest medicine cer made.'' what is required to do all these things the rooMl courage to udyertiuMhe fact., The ineil. to Cure HabitJesse Middleman, Decatur, Ohio, says' "Had COMFORTABLY, and you ean make a fat Icine mentioned l guaranteed to cure thotc delicate aches, Colds, and Fevers; Indigestion, Files, eto. it not b;en for Dr. King's New Discovery for con- estimate of the value of the BUYERS' to females. Ke.nd printed guar ual Constipation, diseases peculiar GUIDE, whioh will bo sent upon I would hae ditd of Lurg Troubles-Waanee on Manufactured only by the California Fig sumption up by doctors. Am now In Lest of receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, given Company, San Francisco, Cal. K) health." Try it. Sample bottles free at A. K, MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. JtookKtrplna, Short BaHdtTtltgraphy.Ao LPcr llderj'geiuents of the livor, stomach and Syrup 4 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. Write flr Catalogue and full Information. l'enn)'ilritgture. For sale hy A. H. Penny, Stanford. eli, lake Dr. I'letceU relicts. Oneadoie. SEASONABLE IN STYLES 1 I WINTER I I ... , 5-- n MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts, Collars. Culls, Neckwear, &c. wir-tlilne- ss disup-IKiiutme- nt at In All the Approved Styles from 50c to $5. The Largest Stock of j TRUNKS & VALISES In this Section of the Country. j 1 i na-tur- FOOTWEA R, THE PRICES ARE LOW doubt can sell anyone can Qualities con-Frid- well-to-d- o wx-iet- as to meet Cheaper. prices THESE GOODS ARE BARGAINS. TBY TJS, FHOVE TJS, Respectfully l.ex-iugto- u, n j'i'.iij 1 ' f!, w a v t BE GLAD. ,,J Or-ma- COMBINATION SALE d CALDWELL&LANIER In-st- ' IiTTMBEB, START). -- d Ao Mo PENNY, JEWELEE;, -- big-hiii- J. T. ST7TT01T iBsHl Court-IIotiso - i df R iff as, .(,- m (si yMPfer 0.H.M M.D., 60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. sgM-nJfSjilFMpBttsMa- K ice-hou- sat ilBjLm 3c' n I 4. SLAUGHTER HOUSE! 11 WAL FAFZE jwad TITZUlTXT'UJttB. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. 'vil o SMHFORD PUWRG MM Flooring, CO. enoy-oloped- ia pur-cha- se Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Etc. Hgors, Blinds, Veranda SINE, Superintendent. nj Am' ry" s bottle-wrappe- r. BRYANT & STRATTON BusinessCollege 111-11- r V fl ,..,.. QVI L LE. T r ", w t i'1- -. J.JJ.JL L i lL " L s, . u If R K u h W T" ni ' - .'. tv v $ ' vW ' DEATH'S D0IN6S. LANCASTER, 6ARRARB COUNTY. prominent Virginia "republican At ll.o'cloek yesterday, after an illsays'that Harrison don't .want Mahonq Louis ftotywill cnteitaih the young v- of oevon months, of abscess of tho 1. in iho cabinet because he is too fowl of folks at hl home on tho Kia lunond pike ness (lungs ' . poker. StanfoiwKy., Decemiikr 25:1888 playing Port Kennedy, Pa., the daughter tii.tii.'i.t Mil. JOSKI'll HAMILTON IIAVIKv At Mm. lien Mulling, who has been sick breathed liis last, aged 02 years. Always of Mrs. Korwolski pluyfully pointed a for w oral day, grew worse suddenly n IIM . 1. . . 1. ", ittirlitlit ntwl utu mnn. Afr Daviess it- .. l. . inn IH(4 ,..,. f". mother. Tim weapon ex oiniuyiuiiiniiiBBmiiiiiwuu..KL-M..,r.- j , pistol at her , . ...m .. ,,loom m...r nM ,,.. W. P. WALTON. Is Rocoiving His ' ploded and the woman fell dead. ill. Mrs. Durant Is also very low, and knew him. Professing religion some 'JO . In a recent light in Knott county be- - her recovery doubtful. years ago, !io had lieen n most uuvoiii Tub editor N getting along possibly as j tween the French and Kvcrsolo factious, Mr. J. S. Kobinson and wife gave a til til mit. !... "'t ilm ...v ' ......... I.... ..!..!.. ... ..I.I '"" t.l - .....I K..l...1. "'" "Jv.... t....... v.. ., lltat well as could be expected wjth the kind two brothers by the name of Sloan and imj .,.. ...K. m. . ehnn-- doors hardly over being opened Goods Warranted and aPorfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. only n L Kversolc side were killed. on.. e suppose there were . of fracture he millers. The large bono of ke Colo of the wll0llti,m , Ult. n,lduI1PPi ex "- -' V. "'K "' but for tho Inst year he has been denied ,"",""v,'...wmio. attempting to ....... . the bin is broken about half an inch; ttiifriiiuii n urn in i .11111 , iiiini .i .imiiiiv ,wiin , ... V. , ...... "nii'it ttt. " l hjii wnii tatiutuaa j that privilege, and although his body from the hip socket, rendering it impos burned to dentil. A number of reman 13ro. Clino concluded his engagehas been racked with pain, ho has never wble to splint tin limb' or place it in under his command wereseriously woun- ment with the Christian church bust Sunlet a Sunday pass without reading a chap- - j day, but will still make bis home here. piaster of Paris. The fracture is held in ded. ter in the bible and uttering words of: Go. lluckner has designated Fri- Ho will begin teaching in the College af- prayer. He was u most patient sufferer sand bags, place by the force of will and day, February 8, 1SSD, an the day on ter the holidays. mid never murmured during bis long and while there are some moment of re- which James Koss is to be hanged in Joe Stodghill, charged with the confinement. Never marrying, Mr. Dalaxation, lie suffers the most intense Meado county for the murder of Uene-dikilling of Charley Crawley by the viess spent most of life with his brother, pain, being unable to read or write or reckletvi handling of tiro arms, was tried Mr. T. llhodes. T. Daviess, who preceded him to We Have Openod a new Stock of The olllcials of tho various roads in- before Judge Walker last Friday. His tho grave several ycara, since which time take any interest in anything only for One of the worst feat volved deny that tho Louisville & Nash- bail was tlxed at S.VX). Ho could not he has lived with his widow who has Nliort Intervals. .1 ..mi. r, v ne Vyoiuimuy i wuu mis any cuiuieuuuii ...i.i. give it and was recommitted to jail. watched carefully mwI lovingly over him u res of the case is the patient s constltu South- Tho meeting at the Presbyterian during his the recent lease of the entire illness. His funeral take any of the ord.n - em Q tional inability to Mon(m Companv, church closed last Friday night. Tho will be preached nt tho Presbyterian d ary opiates, so he Is compelled to grin i)r.S. A. Richmond, who shot and services were conducted by Drs. by Rev. lien church at 2 o'clock and Randolph. Excepting Geo. O. Helm, assisted by Rev. Morris F.vans, and endure" ids sufferings without the' killed CoI.J.W. Strong, proprietor of the 't. Joseph, Mo., Herald, nnl was nfter- - Panics, und possibly one other, they are afterward his remains will be laid to alleviating effects produced by them. Which We Cordially invito the public to call and Examine. Everywards declared insane and escaped, has tho biggest fools we have ever known, in Hullalo Spring Cemetery. returned to St. Joseph and surrendered and have the biggest hearts ami largest thing is new, The editor has received hoorcs of brains. Now call this a paradox, if you sympathy from friends and the himself. Words of Condolence. Judge Jackson has overruled tho like, and not nn absurdity. They have Died, of Bronchitis, nt Stanford, on papers are deluging him with kiud notices, all of which will be preserved till motion of Harry .Smart for a new trial on become fools for Christ's sake; having Wednesday, December,-PJ1888, little, lie gets in a better condition, when he tho charge of murdering lJelle Ward, unlearned much, they have learned ltallard O'Rryan, the bright littlo son of can enjoy them. The following telegram and sentenced him to be hanged Feb. 1. much more; as fools they are wise above Mr. and Mrs. W. M. O'lirynn Though And every thing has been selected with great care, the sonior mem-onl- y n appeal has been prayed by Smart's the world. As Rev. Randolph is tho u small portion of this lifo had been was received ycbterday evening: , . regular pastor here, and Dr. Clelland has given him, three year and live months, i bcr 3 S1X vears experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with Washington,). C, Dec. 21. W. P. j attorneys. Ninety thousand railroad miners of been with us for n season and gone, it is he was a Imyking in tho household of discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and Walton: I sincerely sympathize with you and hope your injury will not bo as Western Pennsylvania have decided to of hira particularly we wish to speak. his narenU. Kven nt bis tender iili Ih severe as reported. join tho Miners' National Protective As- There is not a brainiermanlnhisChurch had begun to apprtH.lato fully, and tore - thosewho Pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially JA.MKS . McCRKAIlV. sociation, and", as most of them are. in Kentucky, nor a broader man in grace. turn fondly every act of kindness and desired. Knights of Labor, the latter organization He began preaching at an early age, and love bestowed ution him by father and A MERRY CHRISTMAS. soon his accomplishments attracted wide mother. This made him doubly, trebly Asking a share of your patrouago, we are Respectfully, will correspondingly suffer. Christmas, 1888, is upon us and whethIt is stated that suit will be entered attention. Rapidly nwumujating knowl- dear to them. Tho truth that dcathVf er the old year which we are about to at Toledo for the recovery from the State edge, the extent of his learning has hand is felt most keenly when nut uiKn bid adieu has brought us, good or evil, of large tracts of canal land in Lucas and broadened until the shore of wisdom one wo love fell heavily unon them. In was nearly reached, and as he "eared this hour of their sad beieavement we she will, soon sink into obscurity. To Paulding counties, said to be worth Many valuable buildings in. the meridian of life, "the people called, extend to them our most heart-fel- t sym many of us, particularly the older class, hhe nas speedily passed, tho only recol- Toledo have been erected on the proper- him great." At this point lie was called pathy. We shall always cherish lovini! to face the hardest problem of life ly in memory's sacred place theii dear' lection of her being a few business trans- ty in question. Thos. McConnly attempted to dem- whether be would continue as be began, littlo child, whoso name is now rcgistei-o- r action, the gain of gold and the like, whether ho would consent to unlearn tHj nmon thu angels in heaven. W. while to others the loss of dear friends onstrate n mathematical problem on the looked upon as blackboard in his school at Andaie, Kas., in order to learn; become n fool in order' tabanon, Ky Dec. 2, 1888. will cause this year to be one of calamity. To the young ones and was called n liar by one of the stu- to be wise, Honest, bold, brave man,! glrllaton her Ts e low ' the year has seemed long, for a merry dents. When the teacher remonstrated he met the question and settled it with a , "t as they basked in the moonligh u.th ,,e possessed. Christmas before them has for months with 'the youngster, he was struck on the couragetli.it few have chat, hut she put in her thumb absorbing thought, and con- - llt.fl(l with a poker and killed by one of resolved to have but one Teacher, and to !eon their ' l Km, and made it all learn all fro... Him. Knowing full well ""' seiiuentlv the days have slowly glided tho pupils. a thrilling yum, yum. 't Mrs. Sarah Jane Whiting was sen- that the men who have determined ttl, by till ut last thu haven is readied. To . the inill ypunger the year lias been par- tenced to death in a Philadelphia court look only to God, and teach us they are ticularly" long. They have looked for- for the murder of her little daughter. are the men who are met FOUND ! ward to Christmas morning, when their This unnatural mother also killed her by reproaches from the Church, and Came min pia 15 ! Ko a RcU Heifer. stockings would be tilled with what boy nwl hntband for tho sake of u tew frowns from the chief priests, scribes h" k"p1'"' wis led nlid "to hundred dollars insurance wliicji was ...... ......... ,..... ....... determined to bat-- 1 .ft & B"d", ft '"'" tiev have lone M.J. HUFFMAN. day of all days, tt.ty carried on their lives The defeiiK' was I thj hencefprtb on this line. It was at 90 iliVj the I'rriichcr.iillr, Ky. this ioint popular opinion and criticism have that exquisite pleasure which none insanity. Thu president has pardoned Renja changed, and tho wiseacres who erst save those who go back to their child-- 1 What a lovely, niin Hopkins, cashier of tho Fidelity Na while considered him a magnificent lu hood can appreciate. UEALKR )...nv..nk- -cfirht it is to see the little ones tini.nl Until-- f!inp!nn.iti. I'miflncd in the miliary, turned in search of other liidits. ""-- ". b : ' . . .. l "... they regard him as a rapidly. their innocence, going inrouKiiwieir Ohio'pcniteiitiary for violation ot me and in stockings, their littlo eyes (easting on National Hanking laws, the grounds of descending star. The light has really J ROWLAND, KY, .... iiritu. . .... lirillimicv. Imt m incurs t what. Santa Claus has brought them and the pardon being the'deliea'e con'djtioii tiiut. ...... nf if j, .. all n wet deprimnt. and it'UoesjsCeui that. his would be a heart of of Hopkins' health, be not being cxpect- - dimmer to them because it has traveled J ut the public 10 thilr ueilre in call ihc , . Itll, tnrk of Men's and Ho).' tloihiu.', Haw, t'ai, Oil and lelt tliOlll III I be glOOIIl. klonowho" would let u Chmtmns pass ej tolivobutu few dav?. TSLEmTTJCICY'. .u ..............o..v..., ...... lino". Shoes, Dry Jh1s, Notions in Faiuilv liud Go without that munberof gamblorijnt Ti'llln, O., ! n.......t ;n..i.iii." .....i:..,1..tcl....1 !... i.roceriM. Lounlry pmdu.e taken andexchange Will hate our hn.tmatSioel hy le- of "hanging up the oiiil - 1:lvt. received warnings' from "White rather Illuined bv tho Spirit that gunicsi'rK" dained nl 1 an in aim 1001. pi n. stockings." to reform or leave. The mayor of his thoughts and directs nun gladdens j Caps" dren's The departing year to mast of us lias Wheeling, W. a., received a letter sign his life, be has attained an altitude that lias been prosperous awl through God's ed "White Caps" threatening hiiri with j religious bigots cannot reach nor com goodness no malady has vWited us. It summary punishment if lie did not re- - prebend, bound by prejudice in spiritu This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and con- - al obscurity, they liave neither plum is true that the heads of numerous fam- form his methods. As others not to trr.patt on our lauds without IHthis depth, nor line to Hussion, u. nu suen wuin? priorcuti-- in tfie ibii ilies, men of prominence, men who have dud is alwve renraich. he is at n loss to met to ex,cl r 'h'' si""" been looked upon as landmarks, bavo understand the missive. A similar no measure the compass of his liori.on. For !MKt V.AuViHMAN, taken, from our midst, but should tice was received by uewhjwper man of years he has been laboring for tio.1. been j. k iik uck For more than 70 years he has borne the Koiir. Mcai.i.vikk, not we be thankful on this-- Christ's mi- Wheeling. S. II. SHANKS. S.H IIAUCIIMAN. . honored name of his father; ho will carry MKS. HKNK UAIT.HMAN, A. M FKUAND nivers iry, that thoy were spare vilong? I'KNCF.. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS,--' ti,nt luuie onv ft f(w vt,ftrs more,atbcst, E.T However great our atlllotioiis .may ue, something to be thaiikful for, 'wve it t the coining age tliero Jj,.lv,j Milium nd Miss AnnieiDa- - " with but STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. nudweendyhopeUiatinanyapray- - vIsol)taine(, vesterday and will without a blot.,. Yet &o. this grand day ,)e Inarrled nt thc. bri,i0's lomP cnr few exceptions, he is virtually exclud d eroftbanMuiaygoup his church. The A meeting ol the Moclhotders of the National '' "ihu iver f)f all j!00l and jer-- : from tm' P"1!" tf to Him, Orehard. Hank of Hiittonwlle will he held at their hanking Li(Vris'e feet gifts; J4 iioUliffw. onr,thank- viw.iwuwl ycsterJlav to.Mar- - Sanhedrim have law, ami their statute house in Hutiiuvillc on the ad Tuesday in J .n ' fulness bprajTridohepmtt it biitiidk.,, ,, M.sonM)'' wed Miss Hlizabeth mnrt not be disturbed, "even by Jeho-dut- uary, 18880, for the purpoe of Direct 15l,t tl,is 001 ,)''1 '""" ors totervo ihf ciisiiiiij; car. Heef, Goods of eacb'of us't,niik(jJsWi housed- - i)et,iatnirt j)retty IissoriS.8iiniiners,at va's won'87 i W. 1IOCKKK, Caahser. tit,",i , ,.!UIV., whose ability is not pioperly recognized liold happy.- Theiv'are homes "which , Cienerallv. r would bo brightened by tho visitation of liovle-- until r appreciated by tho churcli, has liorm imlreiv on STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING, il"'1 Sono if friends; there uro homes made sad by ,, . t,0,v vw of Otten-M1'- 8 p0st.inw. illness of dear one, and there are ,ieIii mvntly fr01u Austria, obtained eliuibiug life's long bill. And now that the SinihiU'V (irindeis, UiiU'litT Kniv '?, .Stige, C'nyiMino and , meeting of the iiDcMiolders nf tin Fust poe. ij , ,:,....., vHterdiiv to marrv January 10. the summit is passed ami bis duty bravehomes inniie uuuiipps tional Hank will he held nt their banting hou.c in .... .....1... W ait. nhli(.ntirili In (lift Black Pepper. -" i".i" Invitations have been received by ly done, there are no regrets to call him Stanford nu the ad Tuesday in January, iSSty, far .1 1.. ..t.t .I...... .llfll. .1.1.1 ll.'tllUI.. ' s As lie began thc purpose of electing elet ell Diretlur . lu serve " sonie'iiiiiK-i-"' s"t.friends to the marriage of Aliss HullieM. back to his youth again. and our Christmas will be one of Welsh, so well and' favorably known the ascent, so ho begins the descent a the cnauini; year. Sweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, 87 JHOX . Mi KOIIKKTS, Cashier. Ho unlHiunded joy mid well pleasing in tho here, to Mr. Samuel A. Deathorage, of little child, tit for the kingdom. Honey, &c. of many right of God. Richmond, to take placo atthe Christian hears liehiiul him the tramp whose hearts are aglow with the gospel' hurch at Nicholasvillo at lfcJO Wedncs NEWS CONDENSED. day morning, Jan, 2d. Miss Welsh pos- - 8oedhu lias sown, and on whpsts faces. he! 'ot many years THE GENTS' FURNISHER, The .Semite will reach a vote on the seKses both beauty and brightness, and has painted a smile. ;j3icTriee.'j nlwav6i;i.sonable and oods taiitf bill January 21. is a mostaccotnplishod voting lady, while re ieu 10 nun, mu onive, iimiuy u.. 513 4th St., Louisville. Afr n.0iii.n,M S .1 mrt".'iBl vniim. mmtlo. true, he iiiiirvlieH to thu end. Time has The jury in the Myers case, at IHidon, O., returned a venllej. of ina'n and is said to be aa excellent busi- - j weakened his form and left lu mark upon The fashions of the day in the dents' Furnish, T. 1. ' !.! nNMt'nnd lllltl ll'tttt , IUi:t-"notiruiltv." UUk 1.IVU ttta llin f...... I...I ..h..... n.taviui..i........l ...... ing line wilt always be found in my store, I am ness man. agent lor the Indianapolis Slcam Laundry, the Mrs. Thomas Nelson l'age, wife ofl The marrying fever has certainly u majesty tiiat time can never mark or best I.aundrvin the world. dim, and he is closing his journey in author, died at the struck Maysville. A I,ouisvillo Times Va., .Sundny. special frojn that place says: A triple good pleasure and peace. Tho iliglit of R. B. All of tlie republican Senators will wedding of a bcilsatlonaj character took 70 yearn has thinned his hair and Whit liar- - place ut Aberdeen, the' Gretna Green of ened it, but tlie setting sun of life',' has! pay their respects to President-elec- t sl.r..ftwll, m thisbectlon, J. S. Vice, aged 17, and thrown ji softened light about hishead.t lison uuring mo uouuio between the Gas j s;ulinc stt.wart, aged 22, eloped from me M'MIGHAEL, Owing to a .marrel joy ami gray liajrs lie uescenueu THE HATTER, of jA'banon, tho near Wyoming, Ilatli county. Thev hill on tho other slue, aim nears ino 1001 Vi und tiio cituens 611 4TH AVENUE, town is being lighted by lamps, were accompanied by James W. Crain j of the sloop with an easy, guntlestep. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. was one uud Ada Collins nnd W. F. Atchison ami! With his face lixed steadfastly on the .Col. W. C. 1'. Breckinridge fl tlie speakeiM at tiio baiiuet,iveii by Ollle Hendricks. Tho matrimonial fever Lord, his features are iingiiteneu ny me A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. CfcKngland Society of Charleston, S.C. was contagions, und on their arrival at reflected light, and his countenance ii The Nobbiest & Most Stylish yiJo!m Uarbfee, a prominent business Aberdeen all three couples were united. seryuo and beautiful. Ho heard Hum Stock of niah of'IrfUiVHle, and bdforo tho war Crain is 2i years old, while his' brido is melody of if low sweet lullaby when he; o? that city, died Saturday of old he wH hear tlmsweet- mayor 1 hut 111, ahd'Ateliison is :50 whilohirf bride v er music of an ascending song. age. is but hi. Senator Ktaufortl, nf California, bus Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Wakelleld, .Moreland S"f.eo have CHURCH AFFAIRS. 'jiresented each of the pages in tho U. Bakery, Restaurant and bought of ilitlerent parties one hundred KsfrbrouuiutoiiiKciiyof l.oumilie, now open Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s S. Sei'iato with a 'crisp, new they will' including thc li.pound hogs ut4, California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyHev. i. L. iSnrber writes us to an bill, slop at Tyrone. 'Cogar & oiishuvupni-- 1 KNOX & JOHN 1. STETSON & CO'S. HATS thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of -- Sainuel Miller, and Annie Hiigan nounce that he wilj, jireach at Kusli chased in this and Mercer utmMfei 0.1'r AmU,,omy mya fnvomuoa of Kgii.h llau were married at Xew Albauy. Thegroom Hrsiuch churcli (Text .Sunday inoning at :VKX),IKM) pOUIldS Of Hemp Ut lllOUl l j I'M, apa Caps. An eleant lino ol Canes und Lyon's Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. V Is, only DS years old, while tho bride Is 11 o'clock. H to Cincinnati and the Celebrated lmlirellas ulwuys on hand. Mr. It. R, Uarruw, supcriiitendoiit of Thev shinned rll but Iiist. John A. Woods gold to .Ino.' Km- - SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, n.'UoiWr 1). Williams, of 'Lexington, tlie, ltaptist Sund'iy.school, asks us to say . brv 10 l,lKXVKinnd cattle at .') cts.yAv Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, has Weftefetnl J.ioueiiaii.t Colonel of thiit'he wants to see all of his Suiiday-HChq- IC." Penny solddoa .Southern party 2.1 ()loc anil other Kur,' n specialty. Order out-'teachers ,uhd .(eliplars tit his vearliii'iriiiulesnt $1)2..'fl Danville Ad sidnof city nollcitfil. 'perfect t.iitf fiction irimrdfi. tho S,&t)ivUt,unt oMIw KriuiQiky .if Wholesale and Retail. " Semi:Weekly Interior Journal A . Ho . 1 . .... MERCHANT TAILOR FALL wuvusrsft ? WINTER 1 ! I ilft-i- C I AND GOODS. 1 v...-,..- t i 11 NEW STORE I owl-dent- al ct : i Clel-lan- to-da- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, rt-t-- t let-tere- of -- , NOT K PIECE OF OLD GOODS ' i I , SEVERANCE & SON. ' ; N "r "f T. R. WALTON MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS STANFORD, j , , Spirit-taugh- t, RED HEIFER ! 1 ;" -- f' -- - ......I" - "".'"'. J. H. HXX.TONT, IVatii-mio- j to-da- y .'. 1 General Mcrclinndlsc. I i time-lionoie- d -A C FOST3ED. r's wu - . 11 , 1 jk-cs- '" to-da- Currants, Citron, Raisins, Figs, Concontrated Cocosarut, Clntin, Corn Starch, Cnooolacta, Eactraots, j j 11 y - - 'i'lf ea Oatmeal, Cracked Wheal, Hominy, Maecaroni, Cheese, Dried Canned I Klilvi.-ko- r . j i..i-triz- . .V Nu-- . - """-hold- -- ; WOOD WALLACE, lirHt-cliws- .jJ tally-she- Walton. well-know- n lUcli-inon- d, I GEOGHEGAN, 1 1 ' NEW I NEW Bo I NEW. ciime-depart- ing ! '.- - - !HAT world-renqwn- HMMEK 9 live-doll- ( - -- FRESH' OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE ol I Ktato iuari cliurtih 11W .Sijlidiiy'inifriiiiig'. vocate. . 3 , 1 i1 le'cd. I)"ii't Inil loonier a NOIIDV HAT. il lyr yj Lit j ,' r - I 11 T M s -- " Vi " J.yj:w t , ,tft toys nt T, K. Walton's.. , 7.i J.e vi: your 'orders for oysters. '. . v S. Candies, oranges and nuta at wholesale niul retail prices at Mo teal f k Fos ter'!, rf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mycin. , fc'TANKtMtD Kv i 1 uc. WAr.TOK. Ystfo. Ma mfcer A' 91 Acres, iltualcd on th Stanford and Crab Itov xa "Oo dozen;'6ranpos "5o dozen; i Tiik Hanka and thu postoilico bcinK urcnaru pike, near walnut r Int. ii closed to-dII. C KYWATKKS. will bu about the only thin; aujrcst pocons .V: pint nt S. S. Myers'. Crab Orchard, Ky. . that will remind us tlint Christmnaui up-o- n A i. i iux! Auction I ut I). Khiss'. Will us. ay -- in FARM FOR SALE! GEO. D. WEAREN, Mangr Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAKEN, dealer in Fubllshod Bvory Tuesday and Friday 'toJnn. I. .continue two weeksfiom Monday, JPJCU YJCAli,l ...... w nen nui o ADVAMJK ,......,! ...-..-- auction will bo continued tlirotiL'li the boliduvH and those wnntiiu: The public Is warned not to purchase a ' Kmma Dodi) cloHcd her school at g0(),iH Ilt tK.r own prlt.t.s ni)0tlf,i stop In. caieot nprmcneia vt agon ractorv stock .No. of 15 shares the same having been obtained hr Mt.Xcnln Friday after a very mitisfneto-- j p. KaHSi content of the owner and held by protest from I). Ki.AnV . 17, Notice of Warning. Buggies, Carriages, MSW sum Surreys, Phaetons p. i.i m tn id.uu at' K.n -- ill l. ...... -. --. -" . I "'"" Wi: w - ill move January ltit to the store- . j K.C. a 6 p. m. LOCAL TIME CARD. rrain leases Uowland po ft, in., rrlurnliis mom adjoining Courts k Cox. K. Wenren'ri store. num. uuhii nun ill iuwii . tll0 nu.rcmilts w,.nj kej.t busy sell ln K'(htistmaH trix from early in the moming till Into last nij;lit. l , . , i,,,..l J Lurran. Any one purchasing the same will rhine u law suli for Possession of It . ot-- put- - i Spring I I Road Carts, Speeding Carts, '' PI YMIMt ...-.-.- .. VSJ Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm .. wagons, Log wagons, uiuio, J Attention, Coal Burners.! RlllTirV Harness. ' Wnnn Hnniouu lw.., ,. ?' ", i ., ..... -- ... .' j" I keep on hand a No. Fhf.sii lot of candies, both French and f Jtllico, Lily i quality-Mit. .1. K. Smith writes iih from HighCoil or Jers at Leave stick, nuts, lip), Malaga grapes, oranges, land that bin Iioiibo burned a few nlghta and Nut S. S. In my yard. aud they your be attend- Yard or will l)e store J. 11. iticr.iNs. apples, raisins and rooonnuts just receiv- ago, dt'HtroyiiiK uiont of ito contents, and to 10 promptly L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Siarford Ky, ed nt Zimmer's. that he intends to move to Lexington to itI jipm live, lie does not know how the flroor- Mail train gome North Tin our extra clean Jellico nut coal 31 pm " Mitiih " .... L'prc train ' Souii. In I cbokliiKHtoveh; not only cheaper, but iKinntcd, but does not believe it wim the list!! ' . Jit-- i in.030 m aujM.rior to lump forpuch purposes. ieo. work of an incendiary. There was no freight North LtxaU Kxfcutrr of lrn K. M. Carpenter, dtcM. I .ulii surance and his Ions Ih about $S00. J), ncaren, niiuuurer. will sell publicly at 3 p tu. at the Vfhe Utter train, 01 Harrows, Plows, Oultivaters, Engines, Threshing: Machines, Clover Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Power3, Hay, Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, All ot which are carefully iclccled from tho Standard "I will JllltllltIM, -- "- . ..,...., - "' Manufacture of tho country. fr I FIUBifJCiO SAlLilW court-houtc K '.. k.s s. hi. rff I tfii iim r.il. ., Hmirv Wii.ion, the blind preacher, Monday, "- " "" W.t.. 7, 1888, ..... rm :.... " "1. Kt' T DaviM.n h feet on Main street, part of " ?L" ' ,,n" imi wwr 1,,u Iwillmnko u reputation lor himself it , County Court day, in Stanford, Ky., a MEAUS BUSMESS. Mi t. .... ki. ..... ir.i n... itv..u ....nn .....j ..j.v..., . pjtiv ! .v. V ... beeuiH, nowever uneuvinuie 11 may in?..' Tract of Land of 188 Acres, ..,.,1 ,. . . . ami icwcln" repiilni! . .. iTCii M" ' ""''K "" "oiti 10 .nr. . j we woiiuj suefi 10 ino I'ans people Thirty of which ale in cultivation with good variiiiiteiJ. A. I'. I'i'Iihv. ' M't'HobtTtii liin lioit? uiul lot on lower- tlint tlty nnd the newspapers a little dwel tile and stable and the remainder In while Tin: lm iilntf to buv tlrur. c hickory two of HiiMonvlllc uieiiiciiii'h and (ili-- articles is at it.iit Main street for $.'1,000. .Mr. Mcltoberts more closely, believing they will fare oak andtold In as acre mi nr we.t whide. AIm j A. U. Will Itfi t as a i'enuy's. will dike inveasioii about Jan. 1st. bitter and not be taken in bvNtich scoun- - aires of knob land near Stanford Ky. lerms rash, or notes msde negotiable and payable in . i.....i .. ! , Farmers' National bank wlthapprmcd ccurit on inn, iiiuumi drels as the fellov; Wilson is. nui yuur n iiwu ivj.r, r..t. i..i.i.i.i ' I) A CAKI'KMKR mx months lime imper, H:neilh and bdiool aiipjillt's of nil Jlu. i. 11. JluisinT hiul three j:ccutor. kimlH from A. It. Penny. In another column will be found a lo.t0,.n from hWpcna few nlKhtnj;o. " ImuU'Iii-j- and every ar- 1 KunrHiiU-tnil k since he call made, to the members of tho Wide- f u , , ,v b 1leU of Jewelrv jiiht an reprc-to 3 AlLjElo Awake Society nt Hustonville, who pre-jBJDCO lit:vW.iouiiiWlr.tlwNinwrty. A. u:iVii.iv. sented tho Cantata, "Star of IJethlehem," ' Qy Tin: membei of Lincoln Ixxlue No. IX), at tlint place Friday niht in a mnniier PERSONAL POINTS. ' F. mid A. .M., are reijuest'-to meet at which greatly pleased the lare audience, VALUABLE COAL AND TI1IBE& LANDS ImiaT. ('it mi. went to Lebanon Mm, their lull I m., tojaking ti,,"t0 fnVor Stanford witharen-- ! ?, atlto'clock tirday. elect olllcere for the entiling term. S. S. (,1(ion of ju W(J ON nnwKy i10,. tlt. n Mb. A. 1). Nr. 1. xi is ,uite ill of liver M vers, Sec. iiillbenccepted, beIIevinK that a x -- 6, trouble. ' Attkvmos Coil HfUNKit- .-l keep on audience will f?rvet them. Mi.Mi.if.TKu U down with. MtLtim. at AM in ili min ni I ouality of Jellico, Lily ami ' m i, n Wauhks tells uh that a eod . , hand a No. I'l ITSHUKOH. l.ACKKI. Co KY.. )neumoiiia ' yard. Ua your orders ,i,.a 0 business was disposed of nttho'1" - is Mtini; friends Mim Ax.vbSiiink'''V-- and Timber Land. of lion, c .....1 .. jMttlin.wiruorat.s. .1 .Men u.n... u Liberty circuit court and tlint the docket Thuisoneof themon aiubi tractst of al the nt Shull ivvlle. : .1.1 I t III i.. ...I ll ..! ... , uiK. WIW pretty well cleane.lup. Mrs. Oscnr " The " ' vrompuy unci. Jkxm: Vk,bi is.tt h.m.e fiom Zu a. '.uriuid ..i Ti ire" n.v beinc ..:.... worked, and the urnduct rinds a fine market be- Kin, .iwimui.i. Denlinni, who sued her husband for nli- IriL' wi the line of the Knnwllle Ilranchrf thf I Unl rniversity , U at ami C. railroad, the T.ti of Lexington arc nnw rmnlv (nr Stlllt- - "Hiny, VlllS rjVVII ail allowance 01 J.) utvof l.ouiiiille ami indirect eomitction with out- M , wherca Urge part of the and Denham s property on- lioiiie fm th lniliiln. duposedof. Tbr lowest ntimaie nude i, meutund I shall expect all those owini; P01" - iiuvu- - too acres ol onlld coal of irooJ worLablf thickness trvl.....l .. .. eleik-mi- ; TI... ...i... w Wii.min, n( l.i'baiioit, ,,, tfac, wi,h plenty of fioe timber for mining a.. me to come up by .January lM nt thu ' at the I'nitmtiii House. pnv me. I need the nioiiev rum w ho killed Tom ilhams at au elec- - purposes Partof ihisiand i no being worked outside and . .. iiiiu wiiiuiic. biim ui iciriiiM'iiuri ui ir wn cr Ml Li.n.iiiiiiii.n, ofCiMliUn-hanl- . and must Intvo it. I'leasc bear this ill U0U 8omt' M tvar "K w,m elenreil 011 ...mmands ready sale and Rood returns. to turtles ha been visilhitf frieiids lieie. , ' n" wlr tlie Kmiintis ol milf oelense. mind:: A'. T Nunnelley. vlnK eithcr for invto,mun't'ror the i.iture or de- Mrlnirtodetrloti the land at oneMi vi Kmma M iii.v, of lianvilb, in vis- I'lttsburgh Is line on the I illnj; nt Mr.S. 11. TlioinponV iaK m lx'eil my meat store into SoMK four months IIUO Mr. J. .1. Me- rii.inc nuuenlmmdiately ami the ... ix.of wno . . .. oi inc 1. THAT sent a picture of himself, 1U. about midway Uteeul.oUisviiie and Knowiiie, l'KioissiM!iidiiit!Chrit. Suulre M. (', I'orl man's old stand iinine- MisiJiiu an ""P","a, will be Mcltoberts nnd dnuhter, MibH Dollie, dlntel) no.ov, the street, and mas with friends at Hustonville. nil times, n friend nt Kearney, Mo., nnd since has ?' Mn. J. M. II..IN.KI.N, of - eUhe'?"o 00 rauier stirjinseu ai noi getting n tmorWm McNeil. at I'lttsimrgh. ami a in the past will tiv to merit n Mient Niiidnv with a friend here. Mi... MiiAsnisof LouvlllcN vis - 'share of the public patronage. M. F. letter acknowledKim; receipt of the...., -" J His suspense was relieved tho otl.or tlay anther .laughter. Mm .Nillio Sims. vis-- rKlklnJ .,.,. ' the pictures aud a letter en Clin,y bcarinsr t percent . .merest from day of , ,, .. Miss M ,.in Hi .v. of Mimfonl. is i .,...:. "mis wi... , ii vi '""""i i.Ihih1 fliim Mr I. S Jones late of this ' ,:"e ucl,a, retained lor ilorprreu payments. nit. ,,n; ' , S. V. KOWI.ANI). .nen,, .un, Y W is now in .EO r.IVKNS, w (mm(, UuMn out 0 C S.N1 F.I.I) Prairie in Kansas and reco.nirin I,.ft .H.1 ..M.I affll, ' VUWV ..:..!-t ,'." ""l ,,u" Mr. them all.to him I.....'.. . .. .1 1... t'incinnnti mid Louisville on a 11 .. iz -. ... it . ill ..... in., iiiirv :.. "- - rsu.iii iii iiv The pictures were in jiood order, but it trip. can show. This i an enterprise that would be hard to nuess how they got .Mits. u. li. ami u.e iiiuc one-- ymM ,,e hllJ1K)rtwi t,y the neiXhborinK If not sold pr.iately belore mil sell ut public tavo jjone ioiu.iiDnviiieiOKp.mil uiiiim-- ; :uj .,. Mn. ln l0.Hli thnt Stnnfonl then. auction, Having1 secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchi.ns. WitKtK- .- rassetiKer train No. ", run- will luinl the list with a liberal patron-e- . ON TUESDAY, DEC. 25, ' Miss Asmi: Iimus is feudlnu tin maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness niiiKlietweeii Iuisville and Nashville, " ... . !.. X' I .1 holidays will. Iter piir.nta at U.iiImiiii On the premises at Rowland, Ky.. .! ..., u.t.wicnand dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the I'awnper in.m .sir. - At tl... mi... ..f Mr. ll.trriHOM lio.l:i.i. r'"' i.He. lNtown Junction jester-- , Xy l Acres, eye. p.i.vs iwre real- - at ' 'V- ..f lh ......i. c.l Miss. J. A. Cm. ,a.v- - "fraHy the coach to pieces, more or less, nearly all in blu. ,'u . a d his ill)? Ml"s 'nbni i,..l for the pe.somd p.operty, which visiting her Helm -"rt larKC new nou.e on it . '" " kitch-- l """ ' eoiisihte intntlv of household and f tor terms and further particulars, address e were unauie 10 near niriner J. C H0DK.MKK, f"iltur... The heir, lsiuuht most of senders. of Daiixlifrs MivsAnmb Gallatin, Tenn entire8; the hot,.,, pln.e, which particulars, the wires heiiu; taken Un.ro Mum, is vu.il.11i! Mr ly up with train union). Mrs. J. 11. for was bouejit by Mies Mnie iv who was on the train with her Q .......... IISIIIIIL' .. - AA.I1.. ilt .1t m II IM II ..:..:.:.... i y.ViOo,. i lie lions.1 anil 101 on .iiam street Mount, II. i. nil two ehllilren, on their way to this place, (""'tublVjUCn tl Ql Welch's was bought by ti...lr....t...l.!..r, Mw..l. T. I.vmi. liiI.ii.l'l"H'!tt telirniphetl her father, Mr. J. M. .Me- ' that k'l'ntleman for ."f". "jiiTnc GHAS8 KOtriMO." i SVUI,, ItnlmrtH. Jr.. tlint h1ii was considuruhlv i Itmi.nn.l .Mary .iicMii-- Misi A.N..nn:ii immkhm w HuiT.-K- ph bruised up aud that I.e. little bo v was too THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE I mm . homo from school to sK'iid are at iyt0u, while .ouplitiL' cars at Silver n.Kiiv masi.eii 10 oe moveu. a teieraiu CENTRAL KENTUCKY ( hnstnms. 4C1e.1L, eiuiuht his hand letwoeii two from Danville to this paper sava tlint Miss ..." loall Points MiN, Mamii: Hew, of Danville, is iiijniwheads, mashliii: oll'tiie front linger Kinuai.ti.of Louisville, w. is hint, his Ipt Imnd and fenrfully tuiliiiif but it was impossible to hear ftutheinj; her pjuvnts, Mr. and Mik J. M. Mc-- f lingers of the Mine hand. An who the other unfoitunate ones were, as ltoberts, Jr. 4 two I'ko't. J It. iMi J. I". W.ii.THN.oi'Ccn-- ' J.. A- N. htr was beint: coupled to a K. 'well as to learn what caused the wieck. lroCollCKVt D.mville,yo e uptosie thfjc, thodiiiwlieadsof which were of tlif- - No. j:; had not ut rived nor could it be FAST CINE BETWEEN to henr.1 from as we went to pi ess. editor nn lay. foreut M.s, caused .Mr. LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI.! Mits. s, C. Tin iiicsirr, Mks Mary Milfer thLsjMinful accident. .. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. niv Myers and Master Jam s T Myui-SCIir.DUI.i: IN ErKKCT MAY o, 1888. Wn.UAii Ti:i:ti.ii-- . tlie meanest neero - I S Mii'is. nitli Mr S i.i. iM yearlinn mules nt No. 4 . No 6. Xo , Ton K at it nirain and was lodK-lMn. Hour. L. Divis, f llirbon.ville. in Hie woil.l ."aiunlnj niKlit, the oirense F. M. Vowell. Hustonville. V.x Sun. J V.x Diil)'. Sun. l..iM.lniu. miuu. if.m.1 u,k for ll.ls "'' Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture J. H. Sw ope sold to Henry rrnylorn I.se t'otiiigtim. . 8 30 a 8 t p in P " tiirs liitii living liootiim nt withintontto; paiK'i', was in town I'liday. 3 ot u 9 I.c Kalmouth,.. ... 10 05 a m 10 3 p ni( 4 30 P " and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods kill Amanda Colliei, n iiesjro woman, lie lot of ILVpound shoats at $4..t.'i. p m m 4 p t.vc Cynthlan.i PllOK. S, J. I. l.l.hiM v s in to see us P m D. N. l'rewitt sold to Atlain Fence a Arr l'.itu ii 40 a m 10 50 p m 5 cities. Give me a trial and you will be conestenlay. He is w ondei full v w ell pleased was tiitil befoie .Indue. C.irsou yesterday Arr I.esinKton ... U 30 p m 11 30 p m 0 "J P in can he bought in the in tlOJ liond to ciivuit isjurt, bunch of mules nt $100 per head. and m vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. (jTp if to p Hiiro ac p m I.sc Pans with Ids new home, Falmouth. P "' D. N. l'rewitt bouul.t of Robert Mt-- Arr Winchester. 11 3 mill in failiiii: In uiu this he will be heard ofi M11 Win MmtsiiK.s, of Mossy (.'reek. . . , ...1. ....... .. ci;i.i.i ..... I....... ' Arr lllchmond..- - roiTm ... . .. r. u. itiaj . S't .sis J !..... shiiimik tiLinr ii - in " p m "" """" "" "" """ "'"l" '" Mr Lancaster..... t Oil theie. S ' lellll who h..S a o0i HOS -- 1. X. l'rewitt bought in the West AhtajrU ',; loo p .,,, : .montlmotr. This is a Kood .idance. , I, n ? L'J ' ?S fm K11.I a " of con.n.on cattle at I" Hi. .l IVns, wife and baby, 1. Wiiwkv Kiki..- -1 Johnson ami Char- -' (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) , a" i eino.V" I $ v Ow.j.sboro.a.e the Christmas Uo ArniHtrimft of tlili place, and John ,,, , ,jm n,uun , . snl1L..r KAVOlUTE UNEllKrVi;r.N TIIK N'OKTII A.VI) SOL' I Jl Xo. 3. N.,.s. ,.,... , . . . with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. . nf i.,n1..olt..r. nil n....r.s. .n.l Il.istsss LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS IETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. at 51011. It. i.se i..vinS..o.,i., S 00 11 t o;. lton P"e inn. me u,wiusKy business ami ni- ,. , alw Ivll nisi M.W-- , of . . 10 3$ a in I.I.I I ,t. llctea IN 35. i j HOUKS.. illl.i mvvy ,1. two t()Ws ' l fw S5 a m .I..- Mlllla.y, wUr, ..,il liquor- - wife,, Deputy V. S. 7 :o am Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. at LesiiiKton. me iitint: Mr. Murshul New land eot wind ol'the scheme ,, l.vc i.ancasier... 8 10 a ut 1.... i. ..r M..r' -- 11. . 00 a rfivsvi.iuiw. ii.isiui milieu,.....,.. . ...b Ar( Hichraond.., ; ., ,v k,,i.7nn,:,- r- I .Xni:ai)t. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. . and landed them all in jail .Nitunlay k Rro. t. .mlu ,,- - . JO pm 6 50 a ..... Mihs Sue Uoiil, i 1.1 Mi:. Wsiiiiin . .... 1. lliii.icr .5 p in 7 40 a JO- it. 10 remain niiitr tho 110 i.ivs. .. . . . . ..... 1.... i.... , wv 1 ...... .v..- Arr ,..iri, k TJCX..A.S a 35 a in 3 s P ' . ..... ...,..; .L1 nnr;"ivvl.iif.,ui.i..lB.-u,..-1;. II..,. ... ..I Ml- -. Ml..i.t.. ...." ..'.. mi l ' I.VIIISYIIK' 1"! lll Wlll'll HUM iii 7 35 a in 3 00 p in M i.sel.exiuston IX. Sta sold to same 3 00 p eiison and 1). Van Vi.s'i.th' iovc tip 1111111 llarrodsl.uiv i 8 30 a in 3 $0 pm . ... I..- I.ve I'aris s .. 3 40 P CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16,1888 j.ve C) n,alli, snoais, same w eiiu, at i.... .1 US.. 4 06 p m 9 v6 a m' 4 30 p m S.H4I.I.H It .ilk llfltlliltJ lllllak . " ' ' ........ ls.v. im J.ve Kilmouth 4 Si P n 10 OJ a ml j ipm for ,.n """ ; "; Coiin2tp... 6 00 p in 35 a ml 0 50 p ni Kkiiii. who has spent sex. Mus. ti. Mr "".", "". -- UICAO TJT. ., . . .. . . . .. . .. .... . 1... .. . ..... . tine.i .iir. . aim .iirs. .j.. . uiK'Ker rii- - larin 01 lltl ncres siuiaieu mi am DanParis at . Untneauvsuile nrancn,.-ooerai 1U0IHIIS lieiv, li'll ..iinni.ty id join i.'it . . ".TKAINS'NtTKTHT"" TKAIN3 MUTl lT :iniilesfronl)an- - 8 30, a nt anJXo. It, at 5 70, p leaves arriving at ville and Stanford pike, No 6. '""XoTV. ? No, 8, Wo. J. her husband ntl'evl ml. Durintr No. j. .No. r. No. 7, STATIONS. 0(j immediate f.ieuds and relatives were villi-- . There is a kuo.1 house of (I rooms No. i Dally. etay hen Mrs. Kerr tii'ide a iiumber Daily Daily.-- ' Daily. Daily Kx..Sun. Daily. Daily. No oj nresent and a most delightful eveuini; on tlie place and necessary outbuildings. arrives ut Paris u leaves Mnysviile i trains ad are 8 17 aru. 403 pmi itedpm, 7 sj'a mJve. Cinciniuti . friends who regret her tlooai tints. . in it i . hee A'rv. o.oam OsJ iminuis mu6oo u in iv'r.C An ek'L'ant sunner, and no J. II. .w ope, Danville, Ky. mill daily except .Sunday. -WillianifUiwn ,.1,'se' 5 13 .. in, ...M., 8 y a mfu a p S7H,H, VJj ' "'t. ... ......... ....I-- .. Ml 9 53 m r.' n. si MIA1 s i llillLilllin H i:. u, iTicaii-Hi; I'm jo "ii ft ,il 7 j a m 3 oa p (.eoriretoiui I.. ....... ,,.,.1.1 II .j 4 in nm. rXo. mv,"'"lu ' lomj IM......!Ji"""a ""- - !' "P11" ' ll UV ' ,,luml,B'"" 1,il .en.il' tn v cot- - I'aliiiouih t io 3o a in; Sunday .mly.Mlll.b. 3 ioJ9amf 7oappi 1037 pml.... ms i..J.esjni;lDn. '" ' 4 13 pmf 700a ni J 4Q p III pm 1015a "KatVtlid imiI uf Mffl'M MeKilineV 11 jop in, 7 Js pm it 03 - one of the enjoyable features. Witt, of Lynnville, Ton,,., --1. extra ............ 440 pm1 8 10 pin! 7 10 am I.v. l.ou.. l.mi S K K. Ari 030.1.11 7 10 pm) 940 a m.,.f.. . of that pa-- : P", .. .,...... 837 p'mlti 48 a mio 50 a miAr. Ilurgm " " I.M jwum, jjopinj ijuim . . . ... . Xn. 8 Ilt.ili.lv fu ii liwt. nf tlinM. m oi.i.1. t Mr .IS i.n s'l.iirlmi. ..mil's lit Ml DOT lieilll. lllSf) mn n . ... imi.. IViti.tii in llllll Wll It! till' C.Ut iS allly UOOl I, JUS- i Cnslnutuii ' Mrs. .tluririn.-.....- rr . f I'i'uuin! 84s pinlioiajn.n 17 am l.ve 4 50 a in 1'. Imnulh J 30 nof, t iTiTnifs 45 a ml 117pm taoiim arrives Siin, Moore at Iloekernnd; w ife.Mr.n.u n pnir ot work mules to D.inulk - $.n.lm tropin at 1150pm ti 59 p inln 16 am' .'... ijSam.- d is not fully don,, this handsome' a pair inSo.. t,t 7 5.. .. m. is f. mi 9 lopmili 30a m 11 45 a ni ..... J unction City.. ,,s..., ( 1.1 in' , jj a nil , jiia m, 00 pm , ,...,.. ... ers.Mr. and Mis. II; T. Hush. Hon. (i. A. ShiO. J. C. James sold on .. . ......... y S 05 a ...,ll 05 a i) .jj . J(lUHtt ..(iiucric. . ......... .. ... . OI..Way , ... , n DAILY ta.ei.ieu iniiy. ..',...,,. ,, '. 7 35 a ni 4 15 a ni. ....,. s 3jn liUOKOy UIHI WHO, MY. ami MIU. H. 3 ju pm uasuaic iiickit, .' t ifJ- - vn niTrams KXCKTSUNDAY. lo.iaiues .......1 "jo sahJ. are dailv between Win- - 10 on pin 4 foa to nnpn. 7 jj n in h 15am! 040P im Ar v L.nauaniujH. pmi ,h,r ,h" CITY AND VICINITY. iiivens, Mr. and Mrs. FA. Rochester, villi-- ; price S400. HntrodsburK Demo- 7sumiay!nnH,i: ,.,, 9 io a ml 700P inll.'ve.Cliateuooi;a,. Ar'v S4jpm 735am ....l IJ l" 447 a m .., loo pint 949 pm Ar'v .i.Attalla tMr. .lailieuT. Hnlloy nnd Wifo. Mr. Arch CHlt. Direct connectionls 'made a't Winchester with .. liJ)p" J"ipm 3 4pm tl 45P m l,'t.. IHrriiiuliai 1.bwii l.neof n.ulllers at (Jwsley A,MjKInnuy uml .. ..n. .wlll,,U,,,,,,.lttoofor i lIMAIl'Ki.M.... ,..., fl 15 p III I JD. T ,)( VomAm 4. 11 15 pin 4 4Jomjr s ..ticrioi.in .irier i iam i p in j.. '"KH" iVrltoMp.an,lMns.J.J.MoltoU.UilMr. W. FenninSton . tJd-- t pul,llvt"etion at Orle.iiK.t.'ve, o oo l in -j o 3011 in 00 rNcw 5 10,1m i.yr. . iicrmri..j. ,.vr v 9 p pmW kinds of candies, nice and pure, J.T.Cndt'nndwife. Mr. W.M.HrlKhtuml his farm on the Knob Lick pike the fol- - ,wee Kichmond, Va., and win.3r.'.T (.. oiopui. , 9P9Uui!lve ,.u.,JasLson,- .w..r'v.... ... m. ..,.. 00 pp. S. .s. Myei-s1Mollie Ilocker, Mrs. Ilettie lowing: I! biowl maies SB to 50; milk lve. .. VictsbiiruM wife, Mm. .,j,.s..., P I. e.... ,.Mimroe... checked ,0 any ,f., . 1005 an. ,. '....,.- 4 10 pm . , , a . r...f1,,..-M.- u 11 lit Sl'7: con. destination reaclirdliv a railroad. i.,.,li. n.i..a MI.J 1I..I1,. ,,... ilK I.. 4VIIV '.MR i t..aiw ?JIl,n ' r'v.Shrsi'.7J-?.-'.A'.-rs "" e Coons are lieinjj:.slanul.tw:d nt'l). jllIIH:nn-ru.lll"rr.":.. (lllll lillllllV, 111 run ..i.ir., numiw v. .. . . .. n: . u hvi.i.n. i. Mann Ikiudoir HtiA'et leepipa tars on till trains I,JII i. r.. Jiwiyr. auction, f Klnss' "lT'(fM)AVAItli. . n t. p.i?s' ;Ajjuy ' rr JtaV.: R L JOHXafcAVIr, fteneriiM.UMite'r, Mr. 6. II. Hiiinks mA family, JamuH II. ti". nm-- eontaininc the l.tms.. tntct was II, I AKItOM. Oencral .iiperiiilcVUni, J V1 IM rei Foil lli'AT. A, tleshiiblc loidenco on UauKhmnii, V A. Tribbleand Miss Dol rented to Jcssu Hooker, of,MeKInuey, at JiUNTINCTON. CJeiierM Matutfer. IM: . .1 . . .1 , OlTices, St. I'.ml niuitlfn, 'es Fourth Sir c I met OanOfflceH. Covlncjton, Kentucky, lie .MeKo'iftiis '!J.V poruciv, iper Main street, JiitiufsT. Onilf,'. is . 1 Tlie above pi'iei alaudard lime. uUlcd I. si.i.1 arl li.ti.r " mimiik o Sol f , in vi " ir i.fiturlii nl Aim. -11 1 I 1 J ,,,...,. fr v" 11 January . ...... I , .... ... MUFFLERS t 1 1 ; 'J."nO-l- ' i . j 1 1 iPl(J j In Cotton, Woolen and Silk, All Colors and Prices. j -- Wclncday Feb. 1 1 l889, - rt'L-L- i t,l Cii."y . 1 '' I ' ,,l.',,hc 1 I . - I I ' - l- - Uollt-u-e- ' Hi-.M- - '"" s pU-,l- 1 JU,.,v,.-...,...l- w. Bruce & McRoberts. . , - - . "OlM-rt- s 1 to,JX.K,.M" -j ..f'Vi'ISV'pte"f-"- im-u- cru.-rn- ,.... 11 . I , I , nii-Ivin- .ftte" tJ4.sfe';iy. jl PUTS PABM. I M'ROBERTSSTAGG . r I...... 11 for,::,,::rki..a":..!ti.o "'"' "r" . M, .- A FUILJL ASiMTMCHUKT , MeltolK-ns-he-sen- JL ""; .1 . 1. 111 1 wt .. S ,., WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. V, '88, I :, iJr.,-tsfs-atui.l..Vk..- "" - I trln Farm of ioo 1 1 IM-i- I s.s.,N C.'n "'P - i- i'H-ludi- BE HH-ke- r . 1TH - 1 I l'nnTHn.r'uPanfnal 0 - lCtl l. it FURMITURE STORE f MACE HUFFMAN UHDF., 1 Hr-ss- I'eii-ne- y ... .... 1 ". 1 J f ."I ( .1 U .. I j - - otr j ; , , Mt m SS-')- . South-Houn- I . 111 111! 11 In-I- 11 . . 111 as i.i 5P I - 1 . 111 1 . 1 - ( r '. nu-lo- ad aS3pt:- sp.-ndin- ,: l": QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE - 4 ""' J 1 1 i - a I , -- .t- .ll..f s-- ' ,, Norii.-iioui- h. 1 .,.,, . 111 - , Z 11 1 , 11 17 1 1 11 . I 1 111" IKIV.-l- . 111 ...if -, 11 111 .11 111 tji alio Ai ""r -, I '.1 i. - -- ; - ,..,,.,. . 1 1 , V) . 1 1 111, "-- ..... ouriei-ioiiinni . . . I ''i 1.1 ' - ....... ... .... I ,KS$ li,in. - , I 1 ) jj w i. 1 j 11 -.. 1 14 u- , ......... . ... L fi)?xStiXr. U .11 m -l U I 111 111 O , 348-101- ... llOI-Sv'- j I re,n.;. d 3p 1 1 HI ,.,.iiira .1 1111 I im 111 '5 . 11 in- 1. . .... r .JrilnVieVnr: V ! -- , :i7. . i.nl-lin- f ..,.. r- - j ft, .... . HI 1 O H J1 U III je 11 - ir 4 11 111 . - r.' WI wi J 1 1 - ! olZ.kV. f (eut-r,!- . 11 11111 y F 1 V1 3 I' , v r. &,. T" COTTAGE FOR RENT NOTES, A !l Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal popdmk-science- . v SCIENCE WHAT IS "LUMPY JAW?" l)ecrlttlon of thn DIim LrclsUtloa In Illinois for Stumping It Out. (.IrtJiiomffOJli.l nnttoW.il. Illggin' reddence. AIo r theI)avl door, now occupied by Mr. J netl I'ouektiiin In . I Mi ciiilace on Upper Main Hreet. Slanfonf, col-U- Constipation prompt trcattiiont. Tho results f ncli'i't may lie serious. Avoid U) lmi!t!i .iiu ilnwtlo purgative!), tho tit which Is to wcukeii tho &wrU. 'I'lio host remedy Is Ayer's 3'llls. lli'lng purely vcRctnhlo, their si tlon Is prompt nml their effect always They nro an tuluilrablo tn nollcluL pill, and every-Ut- o ami After-dinn4;uitort'il by tho profession. " Ajt;r's Tills arc highly and universally spoktm of by tho peoplo about a of them In my 4n re. X mnVn dally Ur. I. X. Fowler, IJridge-jrnr- t. practliis." Conn. I rttii rccoinmond Aycr's Pills abovo all others, having long proved their altie as a cathartlo for myself and f.willy." J. T. Hess, Leithsville, Pa. " For several years Aycr's Tills havo 5xeu used ln.uiy family. Wo And them tx lt er Effective Remedy constipation and Indigestion, and Are never without thorn In tho house." Moses Grenler, .Lowell, Mass. " I have used Ayer's Pills, for liver troubles and indigestion, during many years, and havo always found them prompt and efllelcnt In their action." JL N. Smith, Utlca, N. Y. "JC suffered from constipation which A'swnad such an obstlnato form that I Soared it woidd causo a stoppage of tho bowels. Two boxes of Ayer's Pitts effected a complete cure." D. Ilurke, Saou, Me. "' I havo used Aycr's Pills for tho past thirty vears and consider them an family medicine. I know of aio better remedy for liver troubles, .and have always found them a prompt James Qiiiiiu, UO for dyspepsia." .Middle St., llartford, Conn. "Having been troubled with coitlve-iKsswhlseems iuexitublu with pernors of sedentary habits, T havo tried Ayer's IMUs, hoping fur relief. I am K)ad to say that thuy havo served mo ltt-tthan any other medicine. I arrive at this conclusion only after a faittKul trial of their merits." Samuel X. Jones, Oak St., Itoston, Mass. "enr x -- Ayer's Pills, (Or. Matt. J. 4old by all Dalers la Medicine, rREPABEO BT C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, LEEF. HUFFMAN, - - Ksntviky, STANrOKD, Office touth side Main, two doom above Depol Si, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., SURC.UOX DENTIST, "Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, stanfuru, ky. 3 iJ FM? Caoy price. "Wr.rU drilled to orJcr aud I'umpt luriiithrd it j SAWMILL FOR SALE! .AIbo Xitml iitvl Stock, j. ell great lea e Kentucky I X1 detire toiniK complete with will horratboiler a tair 30 d aohome engine, 1 i workt, ux lo wag- w pring wag. wjucu i buckbnird, 3 or. and harness j )olc of cattle, ofmulct, aire, of j J60 i.ire, Rnst mill complete and my farmMill private!; . it upn land well ti.uheied. i.ART SMITH, Ma) wood, Ky. f 1 1 1 . jS-i- JACKSON tin v Fare Uo HOUSE PROPRIETOR. LONDON, KENTUCKY, APT. FRANK 0. RILEY, Thoroughly Kenoviod and and KeavMitMe Pric. "Tralutare niet uy I'oliie I'orien. timo past this disenso has lllter containing pbospliato of lime ths caused consldorablo disturbance lu tho lead Is completely removed us an lnsolublo cattle dep. rtments of stock yurds In differphosphate. A filter of animal charcoal can ent States, and tho fact of its being boused nilvantaRrously for this purpose, to man through tho meat of tho afsince It cousists largely of calcium pfio.v fected animals has warranted active measpliate. ures being taken to prevent its spread. Tho The Jimrmil df. hi VhamUrt fe I vmninre it diseane, Actinomycosis, Is caused by n paraC"iutivitiiinile states that :t method of Its working site termed "Actlnomycis." Im recently boon discovare not contlned to tho Jaw of tho animal, ered. A small quliutlty of soap belnir added but It may attack any parts adjoining. The the mixture Is licttvd. When tho mixture symptoms will depend upon its location. is allowed to cool the product can bo cut The llrst Indication is n slight swelling of Into small cubes, lll.o those of compressed tho bone or part affected, tho Inflammation chamul. Thus, petroleum cm bo used u spreading to the mljolnlng tissues, mucous a combustible, it boing noiv easy to trans-IHir- t membranes, muscles and shin, destroying and uuinipulntc. theso parts us it progresses; many times Tin: ipiestiou of it jiermur.ont foundation tho animal loses its molar teoth. If tho for large buildings has never lcen satisfacdisease increases, u fistulous opening is torily settled. The Am r.ruti .iirhttel says formed through tho tissue, but very often tho latest cxiwritnent tried lu Chluao to tho swelling ceases to Increase a favorablo cover-befcommendup the foolIiiBs symptom. The parasito Hnds Its wny into the entire area of the excavation of tho tho tongue of an animal through an building with n thick stratum of concrete, abrasion, where It causes berinus rowlts, laid dlivull) upon tho top of tho clay hard-pamostly tumors of different sixes aud forms. Tho ijeptli of this course Is nearly two TUKATUKM'. foot, and Its object is to strengthen the clay If taken In Its early stages the disenso may bo reduced ton can bo cured. Should there lie u fistulous that tho settlement minimum. opening, a drachm or tenspoonful of tho A novkl method of locating a leak in a tincture of lodinu may ho Injected every water-maiwas employed recently ut Koch-este- other dny, in such u way us to come In conN Y., with entire success. The break tact with all diseased parts, or u bolutlon of in the main wan known to bo between the sulphate of copper (blue vitriol), 1 oz. to 1 banks of the river. A solution of pint of water, may bo used instead. Whore of potash was Introduced ut n tho tumor is situated so us to be remored, htdrnnt on tho sido of tho river nearest tho It may bo cut or burned out, anil then reservoir, and observers were stationed on treated ns above a short tlmo before tho the river along tho lino of the main. A deep healing of the wound. '1 lie object is to kill reddish purplo discoloration of river-wate- r tho parasite. The parts ceasing to swell at one point soon made the exact locution of indicate n favorable progress. Any animal with a sore mouth or tongue, thick jaw or the leak apparent. Tub Lick Observatory, with its famous head, should be regarded with suspicion, tcle.'.cope, has stimulated tho ambition of and an examination mane. Tho Illinois Slate Hoard of Live Stock other astronomers to have something even better. Southern Culilornta. is not to bo Commissioners tins commenced operations outdone by Northern California. Tho uni- to prevent Its spread. As u beginning it versity at tho lower end of the State is now has placed an inseetor, John McDonald, ut looking around for some ouo to construct a tho Union Stock Yards ut Chicago, to pro-veInches. They are prepared the killing or rcshipmcut of diseased lens of forty-twto pay $1(X),000, und want the moon brought cattle. The health uuthoritles.of Chicago, within sixty miles; that is, they want an and the managers of tho stock yards the Hoard that Uiey will Instrument of such magnifying power that '.ho tnoou will npiear as It would to the with them. As tho disenso Is quite prevnaked eye if but sixty miles from us. alent throughout tho West, It oliould not bo allowed to go unnoticed. The authority Fimxcn duels are almost always bloodless affairs, but occasionally a f'uolist Is ac- under which tho iiifpector will operate is cidentally pricked with a sword or winded us follows: Au act, to rcrlto the law in rrlution to ths bullet. To obwith an unskillfully-ainicviate even this small degree of danger, a upprcsi on nad pretention of tho sprcau) ot Frenchman proposes that swords be Ulppei con lag ous und Inlcrtioui duonict among aulntaU. in phonic acid, when the wound Is much damrillc t. "Anyporion wbo,l;norr.ngthat any Section easier to cure and the blade a healthful coQt.gloui or infectious dlteusc exists among thing for persons whose physicians have his uoni it c cntmala, shall co coal such fct,or ho lccowlii? of the oxlttonre ot uch disease, limit recommended Irou. For suggests that the bullets be pills posoessing soil the cnlmulor nilmali so diseased, or any curative qualities which, while slightly rxpotcd unlinul, o.' knowing the lumo shslt rewounding the duelist, perhaps, will givo move suchdlscaied or nctcd anlm. Is from h s prem.scs In tho i remltct or another, or tone and vigor to his general health. kuuvwng ot tliu existence ofsuvb dsenic, or cxpoiurc, shall dr vo vr loi d or ship tha sams The Fnvrr Mlcrob. to any othor place In An illustration of n strango fact is by hny car or out ot this Slut , und u ly wno i or persons found in the experience with the James-towany kiieh dlacated, cr know-- 1 whoshull bring now the traluing ship at llalthnorc. gly shall brlna uny such etpmed animal or Ou one of her trip yellow fever uppenred animals Into ths fit lie t tun another State; i on board, uud several deaths followed. and any person or p rso .s wl o shall k totting-l- y Subsequently tho vessel was thoroughly buy, receive, tell, conv y or oaxa.'O in the renovated and extensively repaired, iler tralHcof such ulscaiuil or expotod sock, and any rcrou who kh.nl r ito nny quarantine woodwork was steamed. Then she in northern harbors for several repulit ons est ltdli ied u dcr the prorla ona winters. She was finally ordered South ot ths act, h ill, for each, c t her, any ond all , aliorument ovd again, and before she reached tho fever dis- acts mltdcmeannr, andin thl 10tv tlo on be KUllty i of thereof, 01 trict u case wua developed and the man or a any o talita ts, tba I be at of fined In any died. Above his hammock was found a sura ii'it less than twinty-rtdollars cor more quantity of tilth. The woodwork was torn than tvro hundred dollar., arid imTlioncU la out and the filth removed. But she Is still the ii u y Jul until tic Unu en I coda are a fever ship and I would not like to go paid, anil j'i. Ii forfeit all rl?hl to the coranen-u- t on lor any an mat or pro icrty destroyed South in her. Then, again, is the case of She once had fovcr on under tho prnvu.untof this act." the l'ortsmouth. WiiKKKAri. A. tlnon jco i. or ' Lumpy Jaw," board. Long afterward oho was ordered aud l are daiifurouily Infectious to Norfolk for repairs. Naval Constructor dlicu,c, Tlierefon', bo it known that all Hla'.cborn hud charge of the work. A mini detected In violating the act or which the ber of 111 workmen died aud he himself abovo Is au extn-ct- , by buying, selling, shipwas taken down with typhoid fever, und ping, orln nny wlio moving iu'Ii cattle so his life was despaired of. It is true, tb- -t d tensed, will bn rrne ntud ami quarant ne once u fever ship alwnys u Worship. enfoned ag.t nt such an mala. II ukMiij.'iiii Cn i) it u I. JouwM. l'EAitsox, Bgnil, Ir water coiitaiiiltiff lead Is passed throuRo For somo lime hrt lun d given at anv IIOI and to l.iiteron.No.ilh. MKS. lOlTlK Dail-- MKS. le, Ky ,,.,f C trans-mlssub- le W. MKTCALF J HAS METOALP j A: HAYS, I'lNlVII.I V AHYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. KY I CREAM I v il liAKiHiURVIIUaml Will practice In any court In Katrn Keniutky Any Kaminatloiii of land lilies rnde aspeelall tracu of limber, c.oal and mineral lai d for nale. Inforinillon liirmshed 0" my point a.ul ror 8l IT retpondence solicited se ,THE GALT HOUSK, "LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ftotfftl 1 i LEXINGTON.KY. 1 ore POWDER Absolutely Pure. itrcnath and wholetomencs THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. PRICE. RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD' n r, This powder never varies. A marvel nl purity Mote econmiiical han the ordinary kind., and cjiihoi be mid In ompelition with the multitude of low let), ho.l weight nlumnr phosphate powders Sold nuly in TURKISH cant. Koval IUkini, I'nunu Co., lofl Wall Street, New York. inc to rooms: A-- xXSQWiciaCream plus, Tan. KUSSIVN IIATIIS IN llOTKX (i''"a 'tcuuA Blaok-Hoad- VMgV-- fPHia ircparation,williot i initiry,removcFrook- Plm- loa. Llvor-Molos. s, ivcry, $icd and Sale . Stabla, MYIB1RS M1DT3EIL, STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. I I if-- f K rjal laHfll. rsaWaBvtiMwasraaajaar &. -- . ,i W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV. Oood turnoutt and taddle hortet always on reaionable. terms. Ijndon It the moit ient point on the railroad in leach placet in me mountain section 01 tnr Mate. convenin the 10 Hotel ttlll ntiintaini Thit old and lit high reputation, and lit Proprietor it dctcrmin. ed that il thill be tecond to no conntry Hotel in the Stale in lit Fare, Appoinlaieult, or Attention lo hit !ucU. Kaggage Conveyed ts and from depot free ef charge Special accommodawell-kno- A few applications will render the most uttibbornly red skin foD, smooth and white. Viola Oroam is not n paint or powdcrtocoTordcfecu, but n remedy to cure It ii superior to all other preparations, and is giiamntreii to give latisfaction. At tirttg. pitts or mailed for f)0 rnls. 1'rptiarcil by Sunburn and G. C. BITTNKR TOLEDO, OHIO. f Sa t nt McKobfiit A JUs, CO., K I", Slatx'., v j fori tion, to Commercial Traelert. o lor hire as-cu-ro LOITID 5c CO., SPECUI.ATI01T. GEO. A. ROSIER, I McKlNNKY, KY. THE HM7 M Will open SCHOOL ! d a(ain On February 4th 1889, For Ilrujjt, Mcdlclnet, the famout Sjrup 01 r"ln prumptly and corand t irrt vour procrlptioti .iil i Vrw Strei ! . 41 llruada rectly hlleJ at all hour, and to tet Juur Maple r,roccrlet,fine Clirtrt, Toilet Atticlet, Ac.nutn NTW VOllk CI r l.ojd & Co., McKinney Dr J A. WII.I.UM attend to will attend In our dru denartinent: alto the wantt o( the tick, nihlor da. In town or Htocles, Dondrt, Ornln. Provisions 30 country Potroletun. BANKER .ND BROKER and pistol-duelin- g 1 Many pupitt have already engaged and the prospect! arc much belter than lat term for a lull nchool. Ourlwnrk It thorough, at itthown by the TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. trachrrt who went out Irom u lati jear Wc thall make a tpecliltr the entuing term of the Common Ilnvinr recently enuiooed a fine Roller Mill In School and Teacheri' Course hrnce thou-- expect Ihe town f Stanford that we defy any Mill to ing to leach could tcarccly do belter than enter equal in quality of flour, we think the citiicnt ot county pnJe enu'ijh le our clattet. thould h Ihe Kates from Ji to to) 1 per month and tutlain the tame We with. 10 may cencern that we ar in the Mr M. K. IiKNNY, I'nncipal whom It As,ittant market to buy our when and com and will a. wayi give the highctl market price for tame. We have added tome new machinery to eur cern meal department and can now make meal tn autt an pcrton. It cannot be equalled by aay other mill in thlt vicinity We todcit a trial in our rtour and All hatin( grain In our line meal departmcut for talc will pleate cail at the Mill, where our agent will be found at ill timet, who will Hive the KY. STANKOKP, belt pricet for tame. Ilran and thlnttun alwayt W. N I'tlTTS, Office on Lancatter turet. In room recently va- in ttock. Supt., Stanford Hotter Mill Co 151 if. W. 0. Tenni cated by 87-- WrOTICK I llOL'Cill r.JoOl.Il X CRltlFI OS MArintV ny pamphUt m ,y I' s Vud fur etplantt 1 Cs'tata ., A. Si PBIC1L SURGEON Ir DENTIST, A NEW FAST MAIL 1 -- ma'lteih & LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI v National Garment Cutter. am olc Axent in Lincoln County for the Na tional Garment Culler, which ttat tpoken to hicli-lof by llro. llarnct in the Interior Journal. I'nce, nh full inttructiorw, Ji. Mr. MARA II. I'ATTKN, 88 6m Crab Orchard, K) I T. JUaO LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. The Great icN 9 To The- -- THE MOST RAPID ROUTE K.er alleinpt,l h'twrea the tf rowpitra . ritlri un the Oru- - Kitor aJ Chic.i, n4 the fattnl Hire and n ! vpmniiiaMe train, be n it ihe U'ttl aad Iwten ad )xlni m ihe NoMhtrtl. 1 he t .ifMerpatl f lh Irtl'i pn a truuk llnct it dfi.'mi.i. .1 Ihe I. united I tprett The tupeib rolling Unlimited Comfuri iwW ri Tubt-rvulii- eemplt iirr pttron tier-so- THE I have ning It in NAPIER HOUSE, LIBERTY. KY.. aboe Hotel and intend run-- iTHROUGH TRUNK LINE. -, "At alt Coupoo Ticlel Olhee- - in ihe Soot y ntkvi- )nu wtll find uur lime UUte nan, Rrt Muiion and turd In Monon, il y. u nnl lo mtrtev wild have a U4aiir joiiritrv K O. M.li.KAUt K te M al II. MCCilKSNKV, Hfiiritied. 01 Firtt- j Day und night i:ircllln Olllltlliilitr. it is qui B. ilu JOJ-t- iMEWCOMB well-kno- MOTEL. e possible that at no very distant Popular! Jato we may Imve electric omnibuses plying f. 1:1 in s vets'. Asa nutter of f.ctnu ex. C".'iuiriital bus may occusinually 111 the evening bo seen making a journey 111 some d t!.e West Knd street 9. Tins vehlclo has bee niteuted by Mr. IUdcliffo Wnrd. The 1 Live Slock Oram ssb a U'lLsw, III ncn, . F.W.WARmNNER,PROP'ff.! , in every particular. SpeU-ncial attcn ion ta commercial men nod. PHOTOGRAPHIC Tlnlliiu 1'lur I'rlnta POINTS. Itiltll fur of the New SOUTH & WEST mMteU&6MUQ$SWith- I. K. A Citv r Aeni, t. hici(0 'lnrtl lickci Agent, and Odiccrt JJT alh Ave., I. mil,, lilt. Ky mt tt , Cincinnati, Oh (i i r.-enit- e. TJHAT T1111I111; - l'up-r- ik" : '' v II jtel i, still maiuuii.. This tld and, c ut line reputation. Charje reasonable, attention to the traveling public .M. ! 6j-tl- pe-ri- NKWCOMH. .Ml Prop. . Vrtmm. Ky. FOR SALE. "lloxise and 35 Acres Land Two raile South ot Stanford on Neal' Creek YV.CKAIG. AMrrt me at Carlisle, Ky. 3ouzitaii-.ii-- i Lands ! llinoer uanot inai i win rn ai a iMrgaui. i havcattore rmnnlo rent fora furniture and un- IriuVinir. Iiardwnre or linncr't Tttsblitlinient. rhtseatC26o4 for indaNS Forfunher informsnation, write lo Jr jg' C. W. MKTCAI.i , ' llarboiirvillc, Ky. M LOUIS SCHLEGEL, FH0.X0GRAPI1ER, B1CIIMONM) Pholosrap),milu'tjlW!ia" KV. I'ictnret Crayon anJ W.Vtlr Colirs.' H,,.ha Ink, ., gnt in Frame and Mats at v.rylow.p, 1 M 'UF j.Jk .vl, man, lintl resides lie bus purchased, about twenty uiilcH from Lomloti. Tliu old mansion, surrounded by very lino Kruuiidn, l& SALE. oue of tho historical English honses, hnv-li- ii been tho property and homo of Ixird and Crab Oorthard too acres on stud halfway between lliu iwn placet Well of Thurlow, tho jtrcut Knxliiili Cluincellor. Half i lyred and jo Avini nml Xhoj Jituntal. ocsl Muter at end of porch acrct In crnta. A gaoi outlet for caul, hnijs V f. WALLACK, jn.l thecp. I'liiitiiKinpby of I'liijKClllttii. jlney Ky. f , Anothu-ct?- .. photoj,i-aplicrThe of I.Usu, law for somo ycarA been I with photographs ot the tlinht of cnuiioii balls from tho moment of their projection to their Kinking tho target or ulmed ut. Iast mouth, on tho tryinj? A RKt) COW canto to my hou-- c latt Ma) and Is .still there. Onner can get her by pajini f. r hvr tjiouuds of the OruBon works near Bunkuu, trring and tblt udvertUement tho perfection of hiH ho demonstroted MRS. l'AUI. INK MAYS, studies. Ho succeeded 111 obtainliiff reuiurk-abl, Stanford, Ky und highly Interesting results, HI THE FLORENCE plate wore submitted to the expert, Prof Vr. Koenli;, of tho Berlin University, Who wus perfectly uhlo to mako therefrom tho tlcslrinl practical calcululions. Ho established the fact thut the projectile thus phoI have boueht the rijlit to tell the Florence tographed bad u velocity of over 1,W feet XVathinc Macnine and am now prepared lofurnith all who may with to save their clothet from the u second, uud that tlio duration of the light (rubbing and tearine incident to the old procett of thrown on tho prototrophic platu did not exwathinc. Take one and try It and b convinced. ceed tho ten thousandth part of tv second. I'll not uorry yuu about buying unlett )t.uare ful. Colli t JtlUlHtll, ly tatitfied a, to lit merit. The undertunedhave purchased the I'lurenee A nuestiotl ills. vTi'itr nt th XVaihine machine aud after a thoroujh trial, we or(h, cu)309 tho extniordinnry fact that the grent- take pleaturclnaddingdiirtettiroeiiyMit hctitation pronounce il a tuccett io cr nart of our domestic Intelligence Is for nd without very particular, uottig an mat it ciaimeuior it; Win. Daughetty, j. W, Wallace, Ur. llourne, cigu jntclligouco, uud a very low grade of "Mrt.S. P. Salter, A. C. Sine, Hill I'erklnt, Levis lutelligunco at that.' IDudderar, J. K. Lynn, 1., 1.. Uawtoii, C Vanoy, Irt. Amanda Peak, Oeorue Peyton, Ale Holla-d,',Ax exchange says that tliu best sculpC. Kleldt, Allien Camden, Sim Kainet, K tor's cluy Is found near Uultlmoro. Wrong. other, IK. Harrow, A. M, I'eland and Canova wus tho best sculptor, and Ins clnj m, Kelvin. reposes m Florence Headquaitcrt at S. S Myen' tiore. ! Sf ,,. in dY- iuoiIto power of the omnibus is supplied by mi uccumulator, mid tho 'bus goes up or tlovvii hill with us muf;h facility und us little uoiso us it trat ol on u level roud. Tho steering gear Is said to operuto very even roufd shan corners, and the 'bus can be drawn up in its own length. At present hirxes seem little disturbed by tho ;ur, so fur us the experiments havo been 1 thn matter of cost the elecconducted tric 'bu ', to curry twelve persons und the fiigtueur, rostsuliit twenty per cent. 111010 than an onllimry horse omnibus, but the of working aud niainteuanco is said to be Ilfty jmt cnt. less. llaUuuu l'in, I a k'iii. A hiiei'MriiI IiiK'iiloi, W'e wibH till Amerlcun invenloiH coulil rt:aj as liotmtiful 11 hnrvust of fortune ns ' llniim Mdxim, of New York, wlio lias rSoil.OOi) for Ills lust production, tno ! tfun, in L.iiKliiii(i llic lirnt ' Miixim essay, tho hiiihIi oiin.burtv.uil ini- Inullour, Imi) not bjon u huccchs except in tlieor.v, the tHunoaJoim ilinauui'MO of l.OOTi hliots por miuutu Hmp lcinj; too uiucli for any siiwlo Iwro hmvovor excellent of ile- (.in or material Mu:;mi inny bo fairly mvounti'il 11 pitinpc ctivo inillioDiiirc, having iircvloiinly to Ins oidmuii'O inventions inj- ecivud homo vM00,03() ill tlio United Htutt y, 1 I (lUieU-flrltiI York Bocicly of Amateur riiotoeraphers. gpvo the foliowiug simple formula for touiiiK it. i" prints, which he hud taken from a French journal. Make a solution of: llornx ,U'ut'-- rrcfldcnt C. Y Canlloid. ITOTICEI-- r Louisville To Nashville, r. , Add sulphuric acid In small quantities until blue litmus paper Is turned slightly red. llu)c. c. Tngrnmmcs I lie lariucra National llaak. located at Mau- forH, in Lincoln cnunly, Ky., It new telthnj ut jlfnlrA jti.l ,Kir,ff.p imtlri i. all il, en It,..:" : .. "z-r:t.. -ctjimiii uk:aiita( nniuin .."r... .v"v" a nmc or n.1,111 :" taiu iianK Mid A ocution to pruxnl them far pimen Oct. 18, i83s. JOHN II. tiWM.KV. Ca.h ler. Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. "r"" Iirh, C. F Slmmont, it. I.ouu, Prop'r M. A. Simmon Liver Medicine, Ktt'd 1S9, In the U. S Court DtrtAT I Il.Zeilln, Prop'r A. Q.Nmmone Llv. er Itrauutor, litt'd by ZrilimrVyi. M. A. S. 1.. M ha lor t jcars cured HDiotTloK. till toit.an Tho Original Wins. FIGHT llAOCIIK,I.nt. few drops of mumoiiia until the alkaline reaction reappear and ml litmus paper Is turned blue. Lastly ten U'ramiucs of red erudo gain catechu is put into tho solution and dissolved, stirring with a glass rod. The prints should )h) printed 11 shndo darker than is desired, mid nro then toned by immersing in tho bath for about flvo to ten minutes, or until the color bus ehnnttcd. Ihobluo cjiuuircs to 11 dark olive green, which in tlio daylliiio has all the effect of black. The toning bath will keep Indefinitely. Gum catechu can be hud nt nny drug store, aud in chemical compostltiou is nearly 50 per Cent, tannin. Tho following modiilnitiou of 11 toning bath has been given by Y. II. Ktobblus, Jr., of the Amateur Photographers' fyociuty of this city: '1 11011 mid Newport News Only & Miss.Valley Co. 11 Chun h, Attaint, Tcnn., mite" "I iwma 1 inuuia nave been dead but lor our uenulne M. A. Sim noti I, Her Medicine. 1 have aometlmct had to tuhatltul ArrTiT, It.Socr bTottacu, MKtc 11,11,1 I'.iln, I? ltev T KIrkrsIA,-H.- K n change to pvlatt In Wn young IIJ In Bttll at lliuilow No. J. Acctnio of fcoda (tuned) of nmmonlu....' Sulp.10cy.mldu Wutor Chlrrldo of uold to . ' uiifil I .t) grammes " rough iiiiilu me", Ayer 'a Cherry U lu gruatcr dcm.uid than over. No preparation for Throat nud Lung so prompt lu Its effect, so Troubles ngreenblo to tho tnste, and so widely known as this. It Is tho family medicine In thousands ot housuliolds. " I havo suffered for yonrs from a bronchial trouble that, WhtuiHvor I tako weathcold or am exposed to incli-min- t er, shows itsulf by a very nnuoylng tickling oftisatlon in tho throat mill by dllllculty in breathing. I havo tried n great many reun'dles, but nono does so wtill ns Ayor'a Cherry I'ectoral which always gives prompt relief In returns of Krnust A. Hepler, iny old complaint.' Inspector of I'ubliu Koads, FurUh Tcr-t- o lJonr.u, La. " I consider Ayer's Cherry I'ectoral a most Important remedy Toe-tornl i ARKANSAS tfi-Sc- TEXAS. Mwrs c,ne' 7,l,n'. .Iiill'lfn..n.i, b"5, " Jon,t t.JI ti EMIGRANTS Seeking hornet on ihe line of Ihu read wtll receive Spatial relet. e ttjent. ot ihlt Company tat raie,trule ,..,corw,,.e,o, AIMOIU. ,. ,, k LouiIIIe, Ky Dr J. 11. Gratea.Rdltor 751 .A,l Mrtnuhia T.nii ,4w. I rerciveda packai;r-o- l tnurl.lver ttedlcliie. and hate uted half ut It. tt work i ke a charm. 1 want no r I. iter ItcLiilttor and certainly no mote of Zcilin" raututct .. lA( Chesapeake ! & Ohio SOLID ! PULLMAN CAHS lE-A-ST AD TRAINS- - 'to To H tt WitBhliiBton, Richmond Old Point Comfort. Iaouiavilo nnd - OHIOKEN - Lodifo. which LAND FOR , .M-t- well-know- n AIT ESTBAY ob-je- l.fOO 1 " Water For uso udd to 200 grammes of solution No. 1, GO grammes ot No. 2. Hot It solutions should be kept separate until used. Horotofore part of the gold solution hus been mixed with the sulpho-cyanldsolution, but tho improvement cousists now in keeping the gold by Itself und adding tho sulphocyunldo directly to tho ucctatu solution. Tho solutions keep better when prepared us described, uud tho toning commences us soon us tho prints nro put In tho buth, producing in a fow minutes not over ten beautiful purplo tones. o Rrammo Coin FihIiUt to tho Oniiiic II11111II1T. u WASHING MACHINE Fanntr a sketch Illustrated herewith, nnd writes: This simple nrticlo will bo found useful lu tying corn fodder in bundles aftor husking. It Is made pine, 6 as follows : For 11 buso uso 'JxO-iuc- h A. A. Horry, I'ugo County, lu., sends Jml J A pino and mortise Into base, und braco with light iron burs. Tlio humilo Is best If made of uud worlrs In a nior hurd wood Ux'J'f-lnctUe with a bolt through tho upright and end of handle. I'ins uro placeil in tho opposite. Ido to bold tho fodder while being tied. Whim llll!ng tho haiulluls thrown back. foot long; four uprights, h SIMPLE rODUKII ltlNDI.Klt 2x.1 inch A Je a. i .w ,.J1 I havo tested its curatlvo faintly, many tlnn-- s dining tho past thin v yeais, and havo never known It to fail. It will rulluvu tliu most serious uffuctlous of tho throat anil Jungs, whether in children or adults." Mrs. K. O. ICdgerly, Council llluils, Iowa. "Twcntv years ago I was tioubled with a disease of tho lungs. Doctors afforded mo no relief and considered my ense hopeless. I then began to uso Ayer's Cherry I'ectoral. and, beforo I had finished one bottle, found relief. I continued to tako this medicine until a cure wns effected. I believe that Ayer's Cherry I'ectoral saved my life." Satuuul Griggs, Waukcgan, III. Six years ago I contracted a severe cold wlilcb settled on my lungs and soon developed all tlio alarming symptoms of Consumption. I had a cough, night sweats, bleeding of tho lungs, pains In chest and sides, and was so prostrated as to lie confined to my bed most of the time. After trying various prescriptions, without benetlt, ray physician finally determined to glvo mo Ayer's Cherry I'ectoral. I took it. and tho effect was magical. I seemed to rally from the first dose of thla inodlclno, nnd, after usliig only threo bottles, am as well and sound as ever," Rodney Johnson, Springfield, 111. For Home Use. my power, in WDE3ST una oinoiinnanf Jt .ill point Cholera Cure I - Connci tiom direct SOUTH-WES- m the WEST NORTH T. - WEST AND Ko.'l. l)ally. IN urrr.LThov. tj,'ij. Itfo?!. Daily Y.x. Sun, a in .. 7 J.ve I.outtville io Arr Lexington,.. " White sulphur SpriiiRt.. 3 ' Charlotttville(VMJunil, i jj ' p r I ' Kichmond " Newport Newt " Old roint Comfort Norfolk " WathiniEion aw p I0 JS a WW P m m 40 p m jo a io a ji a 3kmt1 ' .1 II 4" a II 9 40 P 3 P 3 oo a oVa a " " llaltunore. Philadelphia ... " New York p m 40 p m p in ra co a m .o a m jo p m JJ pro to ii jp or dollars worth of Lexlnuton Divltion Trains run by Central ll me run LlneTrainieattof Uuntington than by Mtt chickens die every year from CholCentral which It one hour fa.ter em time, TRAlNS;-N- o. n, dally ex. era. It is more fatal to chickens than "; Mt. at all thcr diseases combined. Hut the cptSunday,leaveOlivHilt4:45a m; arrite dibcovcry ol a temeay mat paittvtl) . Cincinnati via Wtchetter n 3Jam. r, cures it has been made, and to be conMain Thousands ., for,, ''fttT.'ffite"arrire Athlanda, ,00 a "i ( Charlettonu jop in 5 P m. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Dr. 60IJ J. Mf PKErAUEn I1T C. Vo.-- h Ct., Lowell, Mats. ...I ...,LIL. IIMyi, tU bOtllot.t J, Colnmbuii i;p Athland 7 10 a m: at No. 6, daily leave Forge 7 3 Charletton 11 ai arnj C flon all through P " tralnt -Pullman Sleeping Car. on leave Nprlork on Mon Steamthlp featur dap.TueX7wedne.daV. Thurtday York. davut 610 p m for NewInformation, etc., apply to Tickit. Rate., Otn'l 1'a.t A.I W CWkHaSi." .,,u. vinced of its efficacy only rehires a trial. A bottle is enough fit one hundred chickens. It is guar antecd If, after using of j! bottle, the' buyer is not thoiotighly satisfied with it as a cura for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undei signed and vour moitev will be refunded 50-centwo-third- s For.aleby McKoherttA Siajg, Stanford rt:t. TJ "t.