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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888122801 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. w f y -- SEMF WER'Lf I NlERIOR JOURNSII ' - 'i VOL. XVI. IN MEMORIAM. MT. VERNON, STANFORD, KY.; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. 4888. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I 1 NO. 92 -- The Two Kingdoms' u l lie I'.dltor LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. .1 I ' ir' k 'i T,,,' ., Hy ni ' VVillio West, nt M,.K,.n.ie8. Fir the H:kouf nceimiey nntl eonilrlT-- ' A fiw HioiiKlitsou what we will term! M. Mi'Cmiry, wni ilwtmycil l.y ilru hist lint fw tiiattiTH, I il'nire lo tuM . utitnlKT of tiitim-liiiin ll'' -f- nr tlHMWinl of n hotter inlrotlmtion brief nrtiele to th very jimlneeoiint ntt l lll,t,,ll,'- - iohM,.(H1, it wlmt w wish to urito-t- he Kiimilom ? II-- 7 s. 1 t M I.l.ti' t i; mw III " mi-yon wive tii uiyiiif oivMi.Minii oous weiv ;;,re,r)E,TTC3-c3-isaoli;irt- - of Nature mut the Kiiiirtlom of Henven. ,,u' i""oiioiii i:c (.'iirniftalilh lioliliiitrii l!il.nmiit7i nio.Morl.11 5f (li Mil?,! ,..,..in. ' Ami lln.1. The kiiixiioui of (.oil'it fnith "vwl. jf It. (iilison, of Itielimnml. ' is' DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, linreeul7el a lM the iiriii'i)leuiuloiillmuiee.itliemeaiiK! i4" ItjjjJjTeHiJliiUjdllir inoi !of all o) yeniH iik'o ho wan mnriiel to Mrs. jM.jmi.m voneher for $1,700. iritn:il enjoiment. Without vMUni! Will Wooileock. Mr. Willliim Catherine Hiniih," sVr. Iain iufuinn:ilj. J. V, Ilrmvn sold ti fnnn on Uanleyj faith In the testimony of (.4 oil, a perxon UoiiohiiiuI wife, nrc Miss Jennie Swct- -' FANCY ARTICLES, &0. ji lv a member of the family thai his wife mountain Theo. 1'iiee not in without tiod: without Cliiihtnnihiitli-- I ,u''t nieHpemllnjf the holidays with Physicians prescription) accurately compounded. ' mai.len lady at the time of tjieir iu.. ,.,t. wor,t AChriMlef-suni-I wouhl not write one wonl -- W '!' Warne has been lu-rin.iFrnij.f. ..A ,Vt snpnosril to. he mad. hm1 verw, im irnnects foiiitual life ami iov.is for hpv- In dim the limtreof that noble ilismutcr tjjiunuii touji WiHlnehdiivjuid was Hied the most pei feet blank whieli faney r.ut erai nays looking after Iiib line Iioiwh,' u liich yon uurllyjtu to hiiu., .That 'ltoat , hOY'rnlj,0ronr. I'ltiiniiHiind Jerfev ritimus. llv Tiie life (win ereate. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, '' l fniinTfnp Illll'. ' J livtid lil nfmost four tQviv vnr abco-i.,iyini with , inrnen nome 'iiinnunv niioui iiiiiii nomine in the Jtible lutoly blnmclew) ami above reproaeh" and drunkeij Joafew took an enjoyed; and without it theie is to lii 0 nlee geldings that he puiehased ' CL0GKS, JEVELRY & SILVERWARE. i r.ver i.miKht n ihi market. Pncei lower than n eulogy well iiiuritwUhdikwivw, to tho town Moialay;' iiiKlil and made man no kingdom of Heaven in nil the '" "''H vicinity. upon the ufnrhle hhiift thut tlitiiics howl. S;o t'trortH were made to d illionsofCnd. In WaUh,UoaandJrelryIU. Hie llielllbi.m of the Social Club1 h'l.e f ktnmlnm ptired on sre-.- notice and warranted. hall keep vigils over the mve in which MXV ;,v of the disturber. j iiutuiu Hi'tiHi ih the principle and ordi- - were tiie liappy gnehts of Miss Mamie ,jflM Todd, of ruhmki. and M!ni nanee.s the means of i.niovnwni. Wtih. Ciirrey hint n.. ustumanMeoim until tho morning! edueMlav evening. All i i. .ii i imv i oi an eiernai oay Hiian uaiwi. ii.. i; i)()ra iiurmlt. oi tins nninty, were mar- - out nenso or seiiHiitiou notliiug in nature were ieiis;htmliy enteitained throuli- out tho evening and the meeting was leirefio miMe tne ipiuhiion ami inrm-o- j mli ycbtyrday,, .I.S. l'noui,of I'nhmki, cm be known or enjoved. All the llow Is the' bl.iinelccs iiibialj Wa married lo'.Mitw Ollie Itrown Thins-- 1 live, leenperative iindrenovating power, one of tho most pleasant in the historv ' ed.inieter of tho fmbject of thi article (day. Wm. lJitman and Miss McChtre j wtod and goodness of (iod, exhibited it ttin l Ii as, were married at for? Can hninan nature, ' ehiirch here in nature, are contained in nrdinnnecH. iiiogrcai nr. Talmngo believes in m m 'f" in Midi, by virtue of it own Inherent .Sunday last. The mm, moon ami stars, the cloud, the prayer, but always wants a fig poultice ,,, m.iial element), under the teachings of ,.m,., C'siblei's train air, tiie water.the seasons, .lay and night to make it diaw. SQ -- aai iiiiin m If we were cursed " 1C ft any monil phyloHophy of mail's devising, .nt par8 Weilnewlay ami having no are therefore denominated tho ordinan-nergm- with bolls, .....i there was a failure i.. the MiAlife w Jnst and M)10w. i ,mv i,u f,m. ti,t, up into a ies of Heaven. Iteeiiuse (iod's power, tig crop, tlio injunction to pray without V'jfri."u!fzJ, if 01g. nermwns was the life of Jobn II itflf Htiriinlctl tr tlic engineer to stop to let wisdom and goodness are in Wi I r them and ceasing would not npplv until another "" man? Our answer in no, no. Was he the iii.in oil', ifefnrv the train could be felt bv us onlv tlimnoli H...n. crop came on "", ..." ...:., . i..... , ..ii.Utiiin i 'i'Ihwi' wliii know me.. un..i....i .... t... i......,..i ..iv UIIIIU1I1 lillllll V .....n..i (!o. I'urdett, having determineil to nimni'l Mi lie HMjmi 1)11 liouill .1 OI IIIIIICCS OI llilt tire lilt me oi writing or ,i,juiVd. He was t.iken back to the sta- -' like faith without the ordinance of re- - locate permanently in the Wett, has wit hnnll j., e iking of the dU'l w '" tw l11''"1'! tion where he ilhsl a few lnnirs later, ligiou, would be no nrinciple of enjov- -' written Ida family to come to Omaha, ti.exlnof neglecting neaiiy oinMiieuce Have lievn nimble to leiun Ins name. ineiit; ami the ordiuancesof nature with. tl,l',r future home. Thev expect to s?i I ChrUt, of.ol ,Imlding iMW m tho gopel,o here about the 10th of next month. t$ sense, would be no means of t.j0y- -J- ohifT. Allen, of tliUeouutv, made ri,uir esidence here and household "clone of ""-'"ut fnlw lutpiw 'or tlip' nhopivK'lft These are the unalterable le-- 1 jnpHention tor pension at the Jeus Christ. I desire tV state, ,tf )lt(, w ,h. MW Hm,j)U. towritf crecbofOod. There is no exception, to! twi wi" hv "IliTed nt public sale the life of the deceit-e- d what J(, U,l(,(. ,(l( (1t)M lurk u,em; and there l no reversion of them. ,1!,ry 1M- ( hij,imMm, I know to be facts. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Itobinson gavean in the kingdom of Heaven faith is, tsirs paved on and nothing was heard M. He was the very .looted husband (m .,., j,.,,,)!,,,,!,,,,, then, the principle, and onlinances the i'l''ffmt reception to a fewof theirfriends tK. ,nwmti. i,on,,liy evening. Thy were assist-- 1 l4 nttnloil . of a wife whose life has eer been 'nil school ami secured a fair ' menus of enjoyment, because all thewis-l01- 1 ,.... .Jlllltl?lull !' ed in receivini! bv Miss Marv ltobinson ...,:. ., i.f tin. richest fruiticc of 'he gospel of ,..t,, ... ,,;,, n IIVM i..v v...M.i.wi,. wi...., nil 'ilri'r. 11 I'll' It"- - ilmn iukvup ". r- WIU Cooke Tlirough the whole of her u.UHj j,,. kIk,u,, ,u.,n,U, jn Among those Cl.riM. gmw of (owl in the ordinamv. Of the',in(l .,(MH stead- hristhin life her heart Ins been ycani to1 kingdom of Heaven; and if all gmce be present wore .mates Aiuieison, vi uiKur, t a,tWK mut two s "" .explain to the pension depaitment how! " tliem it can Only bo enjoyed through Faulkner, Harris, Cooke, Lackey, West, j uimh, iai.tiy iixeu upon l.iu never faltered in her etloits to win ,, . Io nu,(, ,() wrjtu Iimj.j . Mli them; without tho sun there Is no solar Ilurdett, Denny, Wolford and Kiuninrd, I, er husband as well as her elill.lren, l,imv( M,nrij. Hi- dually secured his inlluenee; witho.lt the moon there is no! and Messrs. l.enzloy, Wallace, West, lunar Influence: without the stars then. M'ibbs, Duncan, Kobuison, Trice and' the same ukwvi iini ami neueeiuer. ,UOuev. . , . , ., s J.I. Many long years ago he decided to is no sidereal inllueiico: without the Wil1 aml 'Keo Kinnainl k ,, .. ,. ., Monday, county couit day oU-the gosH and unite with the tlMK Christmas here. tf. U. Lewis clouds there can rain: and without I llM I.I onlinanws of the kingdom of Heav- to town the largest crowd i....... ne .. t " Mlllllllll , K,H.H to ... u.urcn. II titiiMuvHu. the Mitchell, Ind.,this week. T. A. lay with that purpose, lor Mime trivia jirllorgi- - will go to IjiuivI Seminary en then, can be no He.fvenlv intluence has been hero for a long time. There was but little stock on the market, and re.iM)i 1 have forgotten what, he niiitsi tlK Miss Aliix Lewis and AM exhibited or felt few " Lverybody teemed to be Xow If the above be true, l.n.v ,,m,j. ' l , do so. Subicpicntly, in a w ill visit MissClam White-t.o- n iv to with him. In his own house, he said u.n,( T(ll,knf Knnsi m.xt wwki Jolm C4ible the Havings and teachings of the ' ,oa,k'1 wilh ,n0llt'y. nml o m that liucuuia uenc mu iiiuu or and family, of .Somerset, arc visit Savior as we tiud in Matthew's gospel ,uw U in a wa-- v to Innke tW" ,l KOod ..,,. Christmas to themselves and all about nobonellt py mieming c.umo, .s ... h)(, u UU romuy, . It. Kennedy, 7th clui... Jlst ' -' '."M.' Jin. -- ' ...., i.m tndii dispatcher Pails, !...: !.... o,oJd near noiiiiu imu visiting nml .Ttli verses. ".Not everv one that I iiiiriii. NMi!vl'"w striX-V"?- " Tenn., is A. here UinlAotiiUm1.HltH,s to rlilircli somo fHt.mU al ant orclmnt ami tills plnceJiHOtu wiM, lml.m.uii enter the Sunday and have Ilro. Uallou who was lIoe ovlloIl,Ht Ilxi(i c,utl.r nml Theo.!om of Heaven, but he that doetli the L ."ui I, Urll , i for the ch.m-- . to bap. ,,arkc wl(, k,f, of lliy Father Which is in Heaven, Cfvvk wm,. lntf then ! they have Intd for noio e tsh I , me in iiiai oay, ix)rn, .. .,... wi.. sa.v smw on aivoum ni the Attains-iisw'c- ii ., tire miii. i. n...: 1111am uiiunin, i.mn ui 1:....- ni.ftiv I tfl !..... . ,.. I i .....nlli4- iinivlillls lO Ills I. ... i inave .... !...! tl i i. .iiiwiiii i.w. ' leuii, ""l rviiinieu. :. .......,.i ""i'";"'1" !.. .1... JL.iro.made through Hubble & West: 4 were am Agent for W. T. Vood-ar. I ...1..... I... uvw lit l. fl'l'lllc. It .1. " name, and in7, name cast out dev Is? thy U iUH, Ullll Uliril I"" nin..." head of horses brought fromslOo to 1.h. him and talk ! and in thy name done mnnv wonderful m'om my pleasun to visit CHURCH AFFAIRS. to?U5-)- . 4 head of mules , . works.' ,. will orofess unto a short time with him in bis own Ihuim t. u'kiK rnmmnrfii Kli. i3. tWi. Those clcslrlnz ......--, i.rvrwi iii t fiTiiii ............. iiriiTii'ii i . in ii wiiriiifiii i'niii-fci IIVV.'1I ' HvnngeHst Whorton, of IJalti.nore, .tliem, I never KIIOW VOIl: ( . Oliart Iroin entry blanks can obtain them t y luiureiJiiie roe and in the presence- of his faithful wife.1 wm. kuk. led against theatres and theatre going, Entrle. cloe January i, .38,. . wo would 1 Nild to him then that mhj,mt tl.ed a meeting at the l'irst me, ye work Danville, Ky. Therefore, points the christians to the Jews for a S3 b!v never see each other . again in this i.i,tint cliurcb with over lOOconversious.i i whosoever heareth these Havimn of . from two in- nun cv Tho llilile says not thy left uiine nntl iloeth them I will liken him good example, and quotes Lie, and that I .lesireu to ueur i. in his hand know what tliy riuht hand doeth."! unto a wise man which built his lidels to show how horrid the theatre iR. U. M. M M. D., ireHwith his own mouth and might be So, while thanking the ladies for their house on a rock; the rains descended lie commends the Jews because they) own wav, whatever his faith... ... . STANFOIID, KY. . had a theatre. Neither have I I ...! i me '. beautiful presents to both the better iiml the tloods came, and the winds1 have never t.iuerning.lehU.s him, tub and well, the other half of the pas- - j blew and beat upon that house ami they a Christ. Wo are not defending Oflite on I.anciter hireet. ojipo.ue Court-llou. . . . I then put the i nest ion ilirectly to wnu Hilt-m- i uiciii, uui, to tliU nl.ice from Liberty, to Im you believe in Jesus Chri-- t, the tor, we ..iiinot tell the men what our i it fell not, for it was founded upon aj llieaiiesor iiiuse practice liU prpfettion . c.ill the attention of i the 1MISS but once thr0UJll life, WO are He so geneious-- 1 mck. And every one that heaieth these! n.S WO ban I in church-wor- k (.iod, as your Savior?" fact that lie will be ready Bt .ill hours pub nirlit S.nof .... ..j. ... things, to uav lie to the we or ni;ni ti t.. spent 1 believe In him as much ly biistimil. llut bo it known it was the saying of mine and doetli tliem not, wont, when ....:.i... see , curious :..i:.i..iu .....l Th'irty year iof Ills lite were ... w.. in Stanford and "Yets ... i .miliinivinium he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as slop milli OlISHIVI mi-Ill1 then asked Jbim it he "right thins In the right place. .May tho shall be likened unto a foolish man j.s any of ou." m inr pairon-agand Jews ileny Christ the lundamonini a physician peoplesurgeon, a sn.ire lc nily u askede of Stanford and of the tolH baptized, assuring him It blessings of (iod return from oil' the which built his homo on the sand. Ami f truth and fact of Christianity, and all by him He iv-- ! gifts to the pastor in words that breathe the rain doseonded and the Hoods came If he deslre.1. there is of it and yet possess virtues ie.l, "iu," nor could I persuade him ami thoiuliis that niirn with the love oi and the winds blew, and beat on that and views so wholesome that the reveri.therwisc. His ivasons for refusing' the truth and the Holy Spirit of tied to house, and it fell, and ureal was the fa; end gentle-nadishes out, to christians, t lantistn wete about as follows: that Ins refresh the hearts and lives of the gen- - ,f It." some of their judgments as good and Now Mr. Ivditnr. if the above be true. . was now spent, that he could never crou (luiKirR. I. Helm, pastor of lics-- i . nroner footl. nv. naturally unit nuo wheie will man ... he imuht Hud . tendchtiicli nor be of any advantage to bvteiiau hurcb, Stanfonl. ..thinking -- The services Baptist; piiifcod el instiiius he in the jmlgiucut? the I.oid at the First .. ...y body and that he felt sure something good m the theatre, ,llwi V for us? ".Mnnv arei. .nld do rlulit. These weiv his unnlter chinch, N'ewpoit, la- -t Sunday night, Do you not nothing worse than an absolute . In them he died. Tor were epe ially interestinj: and beautiful, j called but few chosen. If a man love me tainlv j. c ... denial of christ and the inspiration of (Weekly l.dition ot the Commcr.Ul (Ltrcttv i -the woild cimon i, . If. lam unwillinu that was in the After theudimiilliinthe pastor without the! he will keep my words. If ye keey my the scriptures. of what was to fob commandments ye shall abide iii ni'v slightest good thetv , dltluimthe Tho Foremost, Froahoat and FiUrost MMMMMMMMrSMMrMraWWI descend titiui the love.' It. Waiiiikx. V i f the deceased as an exwmple of low, was aked ! J. Weekly ncivspnper pnbliihd nenr tho center ef The Only Perfect Remedy .xl.rtt human nature can accomplish platform ia front of the pulpit. John . milled The Iowa republicans are reported Tor habiltml constipation, dyspepsia, nt,d tbopnpulllnf tbligioAt Keimbile . and a prominent member of . ' .. without the gospel of ChrNl. No. The Docker, .1 .... i. " kiiulrt'U ills is tho famous California liquid to .my aililrei a wi i... l nun as already taking steps to boom Senator lr daractcr of the deceased was in largo the church and one of New pint's most strongth-- . fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It Allifcon.forthe presidoney in IS!-- ', a fact thejetr. 'I hU paper adio;ate with tiie stioiig-es- t tieasure moulded under tho (unifying gifted las vera, nt the request of the lis us well as cleanses tho system, it is Christ, mi committer, came forwaixl ami in terms which is expected to prevent his accepeinphai Ameicai itBA In the conduit ot power of thu gospel of Jesus asily taken, and perfectly harmless, beautiful and touching referred to the tance of a cabinet position should one bo goon, mm i i nil our gn eminent affairs, the tlevatiou ot our ihntullot i tie rem l'orsalo by A. It. l'enny, Stanford. else, ipa-tas i preacher, a christian and a tendeied him. in his life or in the life of any one people, the betterment of their limiticlil and hoci ,s tractable totbo divine power there Njciitleinah, of the wi.nii alt'cction of his Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. conditions and the purity of our AmkkiciN LOUIS SOHLEGEL, in the gospel of Clnist to change ami mauv fiicnds for him and their deep io The best sail c In the nnrld Inr cuts, bruises Ilnsins. The Weekly (liuelte i ii Kepiiblicau . ....ni.ii. His one gret at hij determiiiatiou.to leave, alter sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter, cli.ip-pelllliviriv l.mn'iii diameter. Hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup. paper to the core and stands by the I'li.trd States ruit mistake was to allow his business which tie speaker drew from behind KY ItlCIIMON'O "as I supiosc1 to command his time and him it liiinNome goltl1 licadeal t"ebbny tlons, and positicly cures piles, or no pay reConstitution. It Is, strictly speaking, n Family Mnho-- n quired. It U guaranteed tu lic perfect satisfacI'hotographs in all ityls and site. 1'ii.tures in tare to the uxclusion of icliglon. This cant) with the inset iptioli, "K. , H. refunded, I'ricc 15 cents per box. India Ink, CravonanJ Water Colors. New de- NawsrsfRW, and should be in c cry family ill this tion or money is the irreparable mistake so very many v, froiuj Friends of the First Haptist For sale by A K l'enny, Stanford, Ky. signs in Kra net and Mats at very io- prices. btotd lal.d during the Lext iiirinths. 1 l.e Week business men and men of wealth make; Chuifli, iewpoit, Ky Dec. '.'ltd, 18SS," ly Gaiette is a great educator, and eiery dcp.ir . Eupepsy. devoto their liven to tho aeeumulntion of as a tokeij of their love and esteein. t'lie s. o. Avi?, This Is hate, In fact, often spiritual paupers pastor's wife was also the recipient of must have what )0u ought tolife. 'I liouiunds you mentis full of interest to old and soung. The wealth, and die it to fully enjoy are some hahdsome presents from same searching lor it daily, and mourning because they PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, news is given from every part of the ciiliid without God mid without hope. tiud it not Thousands upon thousands uf dol4th. HesldcH his four sons whom you sonic. iflobe. in proper form. A variety ol sketches cf M'lVVKIiNON, K ,'. lar! are spent annually by our people in the hope mentioned, three of whom are, living that they may attain this boon. And yet it may travel, adventures, long and short stories appe.ir Syrup of l?igi Office nest door to Whitehead's Drug Store. and honorable and prosperous business be had by all. We guarantee that Klcclric MigWen to diseases of children who Special attention eveiv week men, he also raised one daughter, Is Nature! o,i truo laxative. It U.tlio tten, If used according to directions and the use Send for a Sarnie Copy. Prlco SI a of Mr. Jos. Kout most easlv takon'and the most effectivo ;tj persisted in, will bring you (iood Digestion and tho Unit wlfo Yoar, or 6 months for 65 cents. about the ago of 35, remedy kiown to Cleanse tho System oust the Demon Dyspepsia a d install instead and whoillodat Kupcps'y,,. Wc commend Electric Hitlers for leaving ft number of children, when Blltius or Costive; to dispel Head-ache,'and all diieasei, of Lbrr, Stomach and Semi-Week- ly ComW. L. Williams. Colt, and Fereri; to Oare.Iiablt-ua- l Kidneys, Sold at joe and ft per bottle by A. K. Constpatlon, Indigestion, Piles, etc. I'cnny'n drugstore. Why They Lead. expel use, t desire to inform the public that I am A fifty-s- i Manufactured only by the California Fig column paper, published every Tuc fully prtpareu iu uuicucr nogs aim cuute. wk Is Consumption Incurable? medicine outsell all others, because Ir, l'lrc entrusted to me will Ins e my personal supervision, day and Friday, and contains the general news at San Francisco, Cal. Coopany, having animals to kl may rest assured poisesslni such supenor curauvo pro?-- t Syrup following: iit-i-- j ji, of I he f nftfrlnr Intirn '' li'v 4 AULO IIBWWTOHkt & ,1 ILMJl. II & m 1 t X liof thiiftJi.--(.,.)iiiilielUVoo- ilal If j ir. :o, ,). ""w '" rel-wtj- ($52Ilite&s) QWrffr -- rrSTSi CVVr lrof. "' j - ...I ... , i ."...." 80FTIN8, GASKETS, ROBES. Tfch I (,,,, I w rslw j 'llmiaasi'Z iM. - gM jA - (t-1- j v. WilfcAEif11 MHlHfliHBHwSSSZftf'xJ Aa B - J I aii-ns- i ''' t. 'e IP'IM ' J U&3kZm5Sl7MA2m& pt f. , , ! '" i "' .,.... ,..lii,i i. WALL FAFEE and FTJUlTITXniE. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. fjr ' ..il I ....... Ik-n- o k . iSTSSFOBD PLEHMG MILL CO. i 1 j uey ....' 1 .n, "" Floorlnj;, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sasli, Doors, Blinds, Veranda Work, Etc. ,,,,, Mniribli,, C SINE, Superintendent. RED HEIFER FOUND! Came to my place 15 days afo a Ked Heifer The on ncr can ect her bv pa mg for her keeplnz and for thu adicrtuemcnt .M.J HUFF.MAX, I'reachersiille, Ky. 90 , w, .. "Z UL . ni"" ; I 1 "l ' .. TO HOHS3EMEWT 1 --- - '.,,, '.,., ...j.,, .,!;..,,. ... ,..,..iii COMBINATION SALE ' . Scribner's Magazine FOIl i83o. .Mnirnmc aim to Die ntihli.hers of Sc ril.r.cr make it the mo. I popular and enterprising ol periodicals, while at .ill times prccring lt high liter ary cnaiacter. 35.00. nciv ronuers been drauu to It during the pat i months by the Increased excellence of it contints notably articles hiuI It ilo c its second e.ir ith anew impeti Hid an assured siucess. I he Illustration ull show some new effects auil noth .... j llUUMlJA . tnri, me se ii.-.reniDi- ed j." 6i-t- i nut-turns- f.. STILL IN THE LEAD! ',.', r ... cei-tiem- The Weekly Gazette, i 1 -'., ing to make Strllimr's Maganne attractive and interesting u ill be nelettinl. THU KAILUOAU AKIICIliS mil be cony rtrikiii(r pap'rs; one tinued by seseral intetestinj b General Tlio-- . IlL. James on "The Kailnay l'otul Serice." lustrated Mr. ROIIKItl LOLIm ftTLVENSON'S serial not'l,"'l lie .Master of llallintrae," will run thru' Ilegunln November the greater putt of the ot A CORliKSl'ONDl.NCi: and relating to J K Millvtandu manuscript memoir modern group of IKKNTH I'AJNTEKS will furarlliles Illjstra'ed nish iht'MilM nue of Iho brief end papers nr.llen last je.ir by Robert I.aiiis Steens n mil be repUred by equall) in terestin .ninrdmti(iiiH li difl'erent f uncus an llnlh-Aldrlch ill write the thors. Mr. lliom.-ifirst of Ihem for thu January numb, r Mnn lu.il:e 1.III.HAR'. AUTICLK will appear. npjn.r on Walter 'colts .Meth"d of second Work, illustrated from 0rij.lu.1l MSS., 'Shelf f Old llocik-- , ' by Mis James T. field, . lllu and many othrr .irtie'es eii.uilly notcuurtli) . trated feature Arilcli !. AK 1' sLIUKCTS will l.e Capers .in nrr. ni-- ! appear by (.'Urnc Cook, H 11. III.ililLlil, Austin Dob.on, alii many othrr-ii-repe-ci.illcnlh-rtlo. s .1 -11 . ii Illiitr:unl ll-- s best fishing or Sulmftn, iioun'si v ill upp-and 'IVrpin arc the subject now arranged 'I he nntli jr. .lie well known sportsmen. Illustraied. ILI.USTRATi:n AU'l ICLKh of xreat variety, touching upon all manner of subjects tntvel, discretion, etc., will appear. In t not of ar Win-mtiijc-n- r nSIIING ARTICLES d wrlbing sport In the 4 ik d PHOTOGRAPHER, a the lontcnllonal inmmonplaee sort. Illustrated. Among the most interesting In the lut of scienwill bo a remarkable artific papers fur the ticle Ii) I'rof. John Trowbridge upuu themost rc cent dcvutoiMin.nl- - a. id uses ot I'JtONOGIlA-I'lIV- . Illustrated A class ot article which have proicdofspecl.il interest will be continued by a group of papers iiponKLKCTUlCI I'Y in its most recent applications, ly eminent authorities ; a remarkable paper on DKhl MINING andoilier iiiteieolng papers L'ui(ue itlustralioiia. l A OFi'F.R to cmer l.i.t year's numbers, which include all the RAILWAY as follow.: A year's subscription iSS.,1 jnd the numbers Sl'I-X'IAAR'i'l-CLK- "l for 1888 50 i3S 1111 1 A ; eir's sub.eription the numbers bem for 153, bound in cloth r.f 6 00 $3 a Year; 25c a Number. CIIARJ.i:. sCKIIINKH'S 7U-7- Uroadw.iy, SONS, New York. e Dys-pcps- s, SLAUGHTER HOUSE! TUB FLORENCE H v The WASHING MACHINE have bought the right lo sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and he coninccd, I'll not worry you about bii)lng unlet you are fully satisfied a. to its merits. The undersigned hate purchased the Flsrence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, pronounce 11 a ail wiinoui nesuauon aM that Is claimed utitIt: in for rry particular, doiiii W. Wm. Uaugherty, J Wallace, Dr. Itnurne, Mrs S. V. Salter, A. C. Sine, Hill I'erkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. E. Lynn, I.. I., imwmii, u. vanoy, Mrs. Amanda J'eak, George Peyton, Alex lloiti. claw, C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Rallies, R. K. Harrow, A. AI. Feland and many others M. r. Ki.KINi lleiduailersat S. S Myers' siore. 1 mercial Gazette. '1 Vis hi lr refunded The "Golden Medicalalll)...coery" bronchial, Judge I).1 uiels presidiug, aiulto continue I. specific for catarrh In the head and given throat and lung disease, if.Utlen In time and nWKHmsXi nesn is cleared until all the a fair trial. .Monte will Im rslunded if it dec not city. It is understood that up In th: benefit or cure. emu its ordered for tho express pur- .naively the taxat.xe or I)r Tierces I'elleU-gen- tly mg the "boodle" aldermen. pose of ' ajeen'"' 1 1' of iheir in supplying ci a to warrant their manufacturers they are doing Ihrougn an Ihem to th j people druggists on such condltotis as uo other medicines that they shall either benefit i,c sold under. for them will or rure the patient, or all money paid For Kilo "V A. II. Penny, Stanford. i: Gov. Hill has ordered an extraordi' narv term if tho Couit of Oyer nnd Ter miner to hi held in N'ew York city, .Mr. C. It. Morris, Nes'ark, 'Was down with Abscess of Lung Ark, and friends and physicians pronounced rue an in. cuiiiblc consiimptiiv. llegan tuking Dr. King's New Discotery for cjnsumption, and am now on my third bottle, and able to ovcree the work on my farm. It Ii the finest medicine ever made.' K.ud the ias; and those that the work will be neatly Si A pcuuptly done. home and ubrcid. M.K. F.LKI.V, Stanford, Ky. he premiums ZiTTMBXB. YARD! Price $2.40 a year, or 0 months Sample copies free. I Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. Kind's New Discovery for con. sumption I would hae died of l.nrg Troubles Was lien up by doctors. Am now in test uf health,'" Try it. Sample boitlet free at A. K. J'cnny's drii(;t'"r. 1. ......... ontreu ,,,,., ..., n $1 25. n...l I ,, .. 1...1.1. t...LI .!.!,.. I have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. George Ii. Wearen and I. M llruce and will open a big yard at the one purchased of Mr. Wearen. llesides lumber in rough and dressed, 1 will carry a large line of window sashes, doors and shingles, laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by r S. G. HOCKER Mr. Wearen. THK COMMERCIAL OAZUHT. CO., Cincinnati, Ohio MsifAi' IIaLstkap, r.csldent. i:iciiAnn Smith, t. 1 J f V M -'.. t?.y ww f k P S.--T. SA Vi 'ttmutnmimmMHimmiveiuMitnJf l 'p 1"" "' 'Wl' ' If ' ft if Hi-- ' 11 Wn 'M if I ' Wl K. (TVL'M imm WW fa'W dU'lJ mM ifeU WmL Kxl KF:lr WtU' mm.,- - II, MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL iburn SCIENTIFIC NPT55, The. steamer, Leif hrecson, iVtpnJS-- Z.t 9 cd in rugel'rf Sound and Revoaprisoncrs John 0. llnu,h and Uessio Light, of .1 obtained I v lost their lives, jr If the IJighlarjd neighborhood, inter! l Eastern wood-worke- r' Dud Jackson wis shot and fatally license nnd werjj innrrJpijjWrdnewlny. aro utfaff Stanford, Ky., Dkckmugk --'B .1888 injured during 'a tfunrrel "about an old Mnrriiiufl Hcenio"Vnn toned Wed nnphthiillnn nan woedtiprctarvatfvw. neidnv to Mr. W. M. Nutherfoid, of illdnaul to bo'vory MToctlvo. leaving shirt, ncai'loxingtoni war is reported from i Simpson, to wed Miss Nettie Cnipentcr, tno woou nry aim wvui only a faiul Another race W. P. I nroinntlo smell. Mississippi resulting in the death of 1! of the West Knd. Is Receiving His ' - August Ken, and Louiiu Haskell, A Swedish scientist dnlius to huvo M IMI whites nnd ft negroes, at Ijunnr. discovered tlio secret of petrifying Ilobert A. Johnson, a prominent both from "witcrland, were, united in j wood by urtillelnl prooeusos. lie thinks Thk cllitor'H condition is hut little Mm residoneo of Mr. Divight marriage at ? of Cincinnati, shot and killed changed, llomlll llpsnslio win placed Christmiis It will he possible erelong to construct ' , , , Warranted and aPerfcct fit Guaranteed, Give hira a Triai. .. ... . , .. himself. Urief nt the loss of ins wife Root, near Turnersville, on ediiiccs of wool uud convert them into ago, uui on ins uacs, mihcii in day. Klder John Hell (Hnson performicu tiuys was the cause, stone. As it Inues throo mouths end itself is cnouuh to kill, almost, it mnii of Mrs G,n To), T,uiub, nftcr yeais ed the ceremony. Capt. W. F". Dandridge, the promi- costs about live hundred dollars to his temperament, and while never free of widowhood, has heroine n petrify a block of wood of the dimennent raihoad builder, of Mason, Danirom Minering is frequently subject to nnd will bo known henceforth as the1 dridge & Co., and Miss Mollie Winn, sis- sions of one cubic inch It will probably ho some tlmo before his process will G.mitew Priino .MBri. spells of the most ncuto pain. ter of Mr. James W. Winn, 1)0 generally mlo'itod. Thomas 11. Robinson, u Kin of lien. Mr. Kohert Miller, of this place, were A novel method of locating u leak in V. Hobinson, died at Lexington, from HEWS CONDENSED. , J. on Thursday n water main has boon employed nt received by being ' married in Winchester . i the effects of wounds ... evening, Dec. 'JOth. Richmond Climtix. Rochester, X. V., with entire success. .sixteen prisoners escaped from the!.. thrown from a horse Thanksgiving day.. jail at Chattanooga. Mr. Dud Waller and Mrs. Ktta Van-....- .. The hivnlc In tho main was known to -btmes l. Boyce, I). 1)., of the , r,.u. .,. ,. 1...1.1 .... 1..1.. , 1....1. ..f .1.:., ..t...... .1....... ........ i.i. i """"v, :........ iiin.i.u,-- nvill ui l.lin iltllV, UlUtU Utl.1 !' be between tho banks of tho rlvor. A "i"' We Have Openod a new Stock of II IIIUHL J kJCIIIIIIIII It 'UIILlll'Ill i!.i:..iipi...i,.!.i c D.'iiville Wednesday and wero madeone solution of tral Pacific and secured $."0,000. of potash , l'au - Ixiuisville, is hopeless! v ill ill W. C. Conistock, keener of tMUJiniii-after God s holv ordinance, in the Gil-- 1 was Introduced tit ti hvdraut on tho lrance, and news of his dentil is iinoineu clier Hotel, by Hitler oth Cavo Hotel, has made .,.. ....!.... John Bell Gibson, I sldo of the river nearest tho reservoir, tarily expected who accompanied tliem. lliey were ' nnd observers wero stationed on tho incut. John Murphy and Miss Mary, the given a Col. Hryant, tho owner of Proctor i reception by Mr. and Mrs. J. river along tho line of the main . Cash, redlsh-purpl- o discoloration of been sold, nor is pretty daughter of Mr. W. Knott, says he has not Wesley Kubnnks, relatives of the groom deep eloped to JefTersonville Tuesday and water tit one point soon iniulo river on the same evening. he for sale at any pi ice. were married. The contracting parties -- Tuesday, at the residence of the tho exact location of the leak apparent. George Dauereiscii, the alleged "(J"live near May wood. a mechanical engineer, wilting which We Cordially invito the public to call and Examine Every- bride's parents, near Rowland, at 11 dynamiter, has been sentenced to two , The governor of West Virginia has o'clock, by Rev. Morris Kvans, Miss I'M-z- a about belting niaterhtls, advises ma- ,, j in the penitentiary. years tWodeuiocrnticCon-gressincn-elect. """K I8 HBW chluists to select belts of it light color j issued certillcates to W. Owsley and Mr. J. W. Flowers Nashville has just sufl'ered a 5100,- Until tho contests nre were united in wedlock's holy Ininds. in preferjiico to olhcc. "The (WO fire, including Baxter Court, tho no writes. lias un settled in this Statu the real complexion The bride was attired in a suit of dark Douing, handsomest ollico building in the city. colo-- , which of the next Congress will not be known. green cloth, with hat to match, ami uev tnkublc llght-hul- T A tire wincn originated in tno Jactllt.l 4ll.lt I, t.- -- nut 184.108.40.206 l.ll '"i-inn,, nil Near Ixmdon, an unknown man or prettier thai, wi.e... she made , ,,nl intuit , U:ilUluP ,U1S bciJI1 obs Cordage Go's building burned it and ims And every thing has been selected with great care, tho senior mem- dash- the sacred jumped from the rear of the train, Mie is a highly m- -, OHB,lIv tt.w,iea by u.o carrier to re, . value 'of promise. adjoining property to the . , . ing his br.iins out against the mil. He conipiished young lady and was for sev- experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with H ,nUol. exempt the liber. Tii Dor 3 S1X 1? ( 1110V0 was taken to Palis, where it is thought end years organist nt the Methodist A silk trust, composed of Knglish, !,,,,.,,., color also indicates that he lived. He was abo,ut 20 years of age, chureli, while the groom is n tine young! only the best (pinlity of greases lmvo discrimination and profit. The patronage of a.isuus wiui msu uiiu French, Italian nnd n few American nnd under the intiuence of liquor. man and holds a lucrative and responsi-- l been ued; If the latter nro of inferior those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially hankers, is said to be in operation in Frank Green was drowned in the hie position on the L. & N railroad. Af-- quality they darken and itipalr New York desired. -- Her husband danced with another! Kentucky river near Brooklyn, Mereer ter the wedding an excellent dinner was leather." One of the troublesome question? Mrs. Zicus, of county, Wednesday, by the overturning servetl, after whicli the contracting par woman, for which reason Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, of a skid'. Green has lived a desperate ties left ior New Orleans and otherSoiith which architects lmvo never neon uhlo Duluth, took Btrychnino Tuesday morn- ' life, shooting nnd killing apparently for ern cities, to be gone lor a couple of to settle is the placing of otrmuuenl ing nnd died. per- weeks. The bride received a large mini-- ', fo"dalions under largo hulhlii.gs. Tho .Sarah Jano Whiting has been con- mere amusement, and his end was x,.cnmcui ine.i in u.is cny. ne indudin-- ' a handsome of tho murder of her husband nnd haps a tit one for a desperado, as "he victed cording to thclmrrnui Architect, Is to died with his boots on." watch and chain from the urooiu. two children in Pennsylvania and sencover be foro commencing tho foo"" The contest over the West Virginia tenced, to he hung. DEATH'S DOiWGS." tingsthe entire ureii if the oxenvu-tlo- u The steamer Ivnto Adams burnedon Governorship promises to furnish quite of the bulldh-- ,' with u thlok Mis.--, Susie McKitrick, daughter of' as sensational a bit of political .history the Mississippi, 40 miles below Memphis Mr. and Mm. D. .McKitrick, tiled lues- -' stratum of concrete, laid directly upon and r of her 200 paeng"ers were lost. us anything which has IiiipikmimI since day, after a Tho illiHs of typhoid tho top of liiu clay hard-patho two Chandlers carried Florida, ' She was valued at $7.",0X). Is nearly two feet, depth of this Louisiana and South Carolina for pneumonia. She was n most excellent nnd its object coitrw The whole Territory of Alaska cost is to strengthen tho olny lady nnd for n number of years had been and the ..United States about S7,.iOO,JOO. So Hayes in IN7H, t.-- f since Horsey 1.and 'I.I.W.. tlevout that tho scutlumont nm bo ici'ucul nnl'-i .ni.ni AI.. I m iii.u i t. II cai rictiI iniiuiiia ir.r i.irnciii in . .. i i .... .i. n im ! uuuiiimuiu. iio'ii'ju Actt:- i.ir wie government iihh ueriveii innii .1. uie: iiinii-t church. fisheries n revenue of $10,000,- Alaskan Tuesday night, afterim illnc.--s of live days of pneumonia, HUSTOHVILLE. I.KBK ITKKKMAN, For'the second time in her history : MRS. MAItV JXNUKI'I'I.KV, SURtlKbV I1KNTIST, -,, ,, . i....i... i tii.-C. Jk)gle announce a', boy nluiost wiiHHll Maibleliead, '.Mass was M ...wiiiiiii KNTicicv. iiiuiiii i. in .hi. ii. i iiiiini'i. SrAxroKD. IIIMI out of existence, hv tire, ine ncica i'ij avoirdupois, ttrriveu IIIIIIJ1 Si, 'i tins into a netter woriii. During the 71 Office iOUth Je Main, two in ., nbove " Monday John Baiighman showed up years of her life Mrs. Rupley walked in were swept clean, with a lossof Sl.000,-- ; with a brace of girls. This looks like the paths of lightcousness, joining COO. the' attempting to arrest Josh liiisco:',' crowding the Christinas tree. . In Presbyterian Church in her early childTeachers: The Decombcr draft Iws hood. .dias Bell, at Ilarrotlsburg, IVhVenian j She had for the last few years DCALCK t. Waggner was resisted by him and his come. Friday and Sahirday Jan. I Hi mnde her home with her sou at this i woman ami finnllv Bell was shot- - tint)' iaiid.otli will be cxauiiniitioir days. .Be place and had found n place in the KOWI.ANI), KY , careful in getting up your school regis- - heaits of the heart. all with whom she wis assoein-- 1 ' "- Commissioner of Pensions Black has tefa. I have several which will be re- - UeiLr,,e "',:'" "' ' """' '" IU.M.n.l,w,1ctc-ii- r an ill iKMrtmraii i,a lu i.ainhr atlcntloH i,l the public to Ihcir , ami Mr. am lev nits the svmniithv of We have had a week of gala days, Ostair,Dunlap, whovlabns. that ho hasi many friends, knowing thut he has sus-- i iiooi., bhec, Dry Notion and ruili) not received the full amount of his pen-- , said to be in honor ofX..,.ts. They, are incxclutiKC t,H, ,)f (hat ftf ft Oraccrlw Country prntlucc takwi Stock ty Ui- Will hatu our Lhri.ltnai laruoot , to ue passed very p.easantiy. s,on. Meaucgest.at.,u.M.,sduV nun. .,. ( all in and InoV alii I v mHuk,n ,0 ,he -h- ngincer Mclerran, o the train Wing America his been iMitu-iilntlin lMlrv,ll(r Knilin,i j .Nf,nVr countv, nraV KEITTTJCK-Sr- . ... u,e,u is p,cy is to i,e, inairiininmuepa.engeravnansiown llo,WllII interred there tester-- ' .... Junction, which killed and wounded so ' its Christmas demonstrations' un V in jhe piesenceof many many, is a first cousin of M rs.. President-- ' the Eastern sages who made tho long, J After an illness of u wcok of double j 11,1 notice forewarn htintt-M- , fkhcrrarti h4 elect Harrison and is pioiiunent in G. A. pilgi imago to the stable of v urn m. iii ptiotiiiioiiin on our Innl. kiiIkhK bi others not to ' .. , are left far back in the tanks of the faith- I!, circles. imt.ioH, ;i all mull u 111 lc (irmcculnl to the full. , iioi: 11 W.lsTKU rt extent of the law. Stoned. Prof. William Wrl Richerson tlied ul. lhe Christmas tree is blooniingand hnalml i,is ,.lst at H o'clock Wednesday 1. ;i:o n nofi'KK i. in Mason county last Sunday. He was beanngstill. It is a plant more fondly evening at his home at the Porlman Ir. M ii 1.. MiKODKUISJK M.S. IIAICIIMAN, , remembered and Kfliri McAI.IMKK, J. It IIKL'CK uiitici- - House. me of the foremost educators of Ken-J, II. IIAUCIIMAN. Although known to be serious- S II SlIAN'KS. tucky and numbered among his pupils pitted than anything that ever How ered ly ill his death was a surprise to u great MRS lll.NR 1IAIT.II.M N, A M IIIANIM I I'KNtl i many who alterwanls became distin- or fruited iu the Gardensof the Hcspcri-des- . many, as he had during his entire life K. More-lanMr. (iroen'sSuulay-school- , guished, including Gen. Grunt. been very healthy, and being a man of took hohl of the scheme with a zeal ut rnno mtijfWti4 ! .lt?u f flu .! The appearance of our formidable In,l navy, three old wooden ships, scared the hboiaiity which mark the day as an eiu ,.., 1!!tni.,1Hl ,,,. HHWorv Mr Haytian government into giving up the in their history. .1. J. Drye, who is con- - McAlister was horn at the old home- - A meeting ul the stockholder" of the National l'. S. Steamer forthwith, which it had htitulionally a wag of large propoitions, stead here in October, ISiiO and has llanl. of lluitontillo will b held at their hanlm Iiohc In litialnnvllle n the kI TuaMy in J .,- seized and forced a promise that all the and who has a sympathy for tho "small spent most of his life in Stanford tlur- - uarv. itCta. fertile iwriMh of ckctia; ninv Dui-iiboy," got up an entertainment for the ing which would he settled on presentation. hills time he made scores of fi lends or. to.ertcuH..iii; rear. The Federation of Labor has de ej.peei.il benefit of this downtrodden who aie sad Oj J. V. IIOCKKK, CmhMtr at the announce incut elass. An elegant supper was served in cided to make on the 1st of May, lS'.iO, GoodN of his death. He was for many ycais loncerted demand throughout the 1'nit-- , the best stylo in the old hotel; judicious associated iu the drug business with .Mr. j;d States for the adoption of the eight-lio- ant! kindly attendants were secured; a A. R. Penny, but being fond of horses, STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINC. riiforttiuutely for it, band of music was provided; the best of he sold his interest several years ago system. and Siiiisiiyo ("rindtiis, MwU'hcr Knives, .Snge, Uiyi'mu' smil however, the orgiiui.ation is no longer onler prevailed and if any boy went to since has been in that lino of business. mc.'tinic nf the torl hnkler of tlm Iu t bed hungry he must have been a very lUnk will he held at thrir bank inj; lion.t- - in own good. powerful for its i;i;ic k I CppiT. On February 17th, issil, he was married iSWo, for President Cleveland wroteacongiat-ulator- y cormorant. If 'Jim" was not haiipv to Miss Lizzie Poitman, daughter of Mr. Stanford nn thead TtieMl.!)- in eli--i tint; eleven Iirrctir the piirHi.e of tu.crvc letter to Gen. Harrison, after the there is no legibility in the strong lines M.C. Portman, and she with n sou siir- - l Ii r t'in.ui.1 ) tar of his broad d eounten- viv(3 i,jIIt. hitter's election became a certainty, it is M KOIII.KIS, Ca.hicr, Sweet and Sour Pickles- - Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum. 7 JIIOS e W1W a most n,rw, stnted, ami received it courteous reply. mice. I.ater at niuht our comedies came husband ami the grief stricken wife, who Honey, &c. Several letters are reported to have pass near resulting in tragedy. Of course our has all she can bear, has the sympathy village was supplied with a full maga il between the President ami the genof all in her irren:ii-alil- i bws. ... .. . Hw u.. -- .....ii who is to succeed him. tleman nevus amnery r ...m i, ...i :.. "UIIIHU ....... 'Jirillg ....... Ll,n,V,l lt if,,,.,,.. . ,.n...ll..o ..M. ..II .1..' """"""'" " -T- I,nr.Hilin:.US.,ilm.., ...v .un, ...w. .Ill inu (,1,lIlrip1J,wtlrt1.1,n, ...,l. I.... THE GENTS' FURNISHER, ,....,..w,w .1... ..w.. ...,..... ... ....j ... .w ,. v.w. iv .nil inn 'Prices always, lvaonahle and goods lirsl-dnss.J- jg I i t.,i.i :. ... l . , . . 1; II IHt I... f.in.: i..:. i ..!! . ir IIIV. IUIIIUHU IJI1JU 41, ....t.j. .IIH1 WJ..IU IIIU- - ial services by Rev. Ben Helm. Mr. 513 4th St., Louisville. Cincinnati on Christmas day. Thisstritc-- 1 liniinary skirmishing ami McAlister leaves an estate of about i'.'A- cost about $.),00(),000 (including the ing, the men became enlisted, divided OQO for the most '!'. l. Otnl' Kiirnith. part invested in bank The fatliion. of the day in the my will .ilwjy Le found in ttorc. I am real estate). As many as L',000 men were into two parties, formed lines on d stock and had an insurance on his life agent lor lhe lndianapnli Steam Laundry, the at a time on the construction, side sides of the street and opened a forSI.OQJ. licit I.aundrv i the world. has been pushed niglit and day., sillade that beat any military achieve- Queer Econouiic.il Streaks. Tho Methodist preacheih' associa- - mentof the "home guards" in their tion, of Columbus, ()., have adopted res- - palmiest days. Tho ciiusualities were R. B. It is very strange how dilTeroiitly olutions protesting against the balls nt- - burned clothing, bunged eyes, bandaged tho economical streak is dovolojied in t. tendaut to the inauguration of the presi- - heads, broken trlass and demoralized SUCCESSOR TO Wo ouco know a, dilTeront It is not likely though that this i.ens. And yet wo have town million--wi- ll o futhor of u family, who M'MICHAEL, A CARD TO THE IJEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. THE HATTER, in nny way interfere with the usual ' ties, voought thut to hii-oenrriage for any d "dance" whicli has been a Dll 4TH AVRNUE, llriiiii.i:. James Cox sold one of his Mi.) :so. wits to bospeuk ; un iiistunta--n:i.- s ' custom. to thopoor-housothoro-LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ., i tr 1111 .i Tho hideous intiider and suicide of best hhds. of tobacco for tf cents ami t JIIIW, II VIO II. IUi -- llilllUlllUI.il Schoonuiakor, of Brooklyn, on oneof the trash for 5:i..w per hundretl. ,.nm(.L.(li w.,,eil naj, (ll.eMS((,t u, Harry t Society was crowde.l Monday L.a),lll iu n ,,10We,. of The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Sunday shooting his wife and then ni1 Mwn u Of Lancaster, Ky., have opined in the house formerly occupied by I.ou C()(hU w0ll(1 j,0 ruIiml j tho o,)0l,,. I Jmself, ami drawing her arms about night ami exercises were good. Slock of Mr. Penny, in STANFORD a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and i.is neck as he died is the fouith case t iiiiams nas move.no imnviiie. uoht. ,on f walking, iiinbielln In blind, California Fruit Store. TJiey will keep constantly on hand everyIt. tliun would pay for u in r week's series of tlomestic infelicity Anderson has moved to Rowland to We hope he ( will tlo well for, ri.tgo Mivoral times over. Another thing in their line, such at Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of vjfero the husband has shot to death SI he is'a'nVe nihil4. Milaud'Hcri-iis oil ' gentleman was so economical of wafers M hntli bis wife and hiinself. Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc Etc. Meals served at anv hour , . .. F I.Yllmi-close nil the 11.'.' a of tin. lhl' l"'n' t with' hack IICIIO. r.lllCI- - ns lllVlirillOty to break OI10 ill halves sealing 'si letter. It. I.. White's Christmas when Another Kcr hronghtto the city of Lonmille, now uj.cn iVf.. AdninadlfBiRtorconu.Htlm. hnmliii. tiiliimeiil ill hoarded 111) tllO blank nil SO of old lot- - mclnd.nt; the world renowned of the Btcainer John 11. Hanna with niglit was enjoyed hv all. It.' I,. Huh-hi- e has a shop and dwelling for lent tors to savo stationery. And yet. In KH0X& JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS ha, -- ,"00 bales of cotton nt Plaipienuue, Kcspectiiny, ZIMMER. oilier resiiects, these kooiI iieoplo ivoro . . . . ............. u.. ,..K"M IIHl Of her nasseni'ers. most of whom wen here as John Williams has vacated, lir.i. I " II.. Ill .." ..I... ll... ......1 ..! ",H7 Wholesale and Retail. Caldwell will preach at tho schooMiouse " and Cnp. An elf cam linn ol Canet nnd J.yon'a , "', . colored people, not more than 2.'i or ;;ot may limns in ijueaiiiui uuusoii, very Cclcliraled UiiihrclUn uUv.ijk oh hand t'me reached the Hhore. It is probable that strilay niglit. Bro. Surber will preach llkii v niffiTlfirt (IfH nviiv m.no than W ersons were eilherdrow u- -' al 1,"'l Branch Sunday. In hin'.-,clof just such a vein of SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, ed or biiruud to death. Some of those r.,", 7. will hi" stluylne&s, ithoiit fconm lltt' fory-dn- y ,,."" Bariett Mliiughtr filove. and other I'tir., n Ordcra nut who jumped oVerboard stuyk fast in tho ,,,,,,-rieJiniiuirv J:i to a brother of Marv inultur, not boforo bolf'iu v.,' lodged. kl.lc f city Moltciti it, perfect autUfacllon Kiiaran-tueiJlonk Kerplun, Short llaml, Trlr ' ' AiiderMip . -- X V, Lat'jcr. Don't lil loonier u .VOI1I1V HAT. Ui ly II rite for L'aiuloijuo ami inn. I. and w12rt) literally (dasted tiil-iiitfull In y,r,il0,t. - Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal y ,, yGnrl w..iaa H.Oou RUPUffX MERCHANfTAlCOR FALL WALTON . AND WINTER GOODS. ' I : i aod3 rr: "" , i I i , NEW STORE! f I !c-...- "'. , -- - Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats &c, OF OLD GOODS ... ,,,, iJiut-Kiiiiii- S EOT ft PIECE tho', 0. 1 . 'i -- SEVERANCE & SON. live-week- s' . ..... u i T. R. WALTON lr.J. ...,,..., . I ! 1 I)tt J. H. HXr.TONT, ;!. General Merchandise, MAN S SOMERSET STREETS STAITFOHID, i tic-l- ie .,ut ,,,, mure-anxiousl- ,,;, ; ,, , ..,.., POSTED. i -- j trt-.- i w d, ,,,, stockholders' meetinc. Currants, Citron, Haioins, Figi, Conoeatrated Coooanut, Gelatine, Corn Staroh, ! Chooolat9,2bctraots, cfec - . to-da- y Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Iloinlnv, .llaeearoui, Cheese, Ilrietl Ilcel. Canned Generally. ur good-humore- """ .:..., i. 1 ..., . WOOD WALLACE, V re i oppo-employe- in-l- ine Walton. GEOGHEGAN, j cit-den- NEW! NEW I NEW. jiei-ron- I wofl-to-tl- i time-honore- ' B. SJIMMBH, r. i I ibi-oug- ' ' , a a nn FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE BRYANT & ST ATTON Business College ro..0fl LUU j ' ,, ' nio.i-esoltMi- - f I cr I '' l. B. dV LL tlKY. K? Smi-Weekly Interior journal Fuksii lino of inulllcrs nt Owsley " Craig's. & . Mktc.ii.k A; FosTP.it nro taking mi tvontory of their stock. in; .VKW A DVERTISKUKNTS. ? K'r V Ouoiis are bcilig' Hliiugiitcrcd nt I). Mil J. M. McltoiiKitTM, Jh., received a ' 97WAcM, and Crab Dv.cvHHmn'2R 1888 K lass' miction. Of the Business of Mr3. J. F. WEAKEN, dealer in : ?TANFOUf .Mr. .1. It. orchard pike, stunted on tint Stanford particulars loiter frnm lilu near Walnut Flat. Kor It. C. HYWAiKKS Fon Hkxt.A desirable residence on Mount, saying Hint Mrs. Mount and mm, address Crali Orchard, Ky .lolinnic, who wore wounded In tlio upper Main street. JnmmT. Craig. !.c.YAUTON,rnu..MonnRer wri't'k nt Hiirdstown Junction, went both Wk will move January 1st to tho store-0Ui, wu ,,nd could bo moved in u few Koacl Carttf, Publlabnd Every Tuesday and Friday room adjoining It. K. Wenron's stoic, ,aVH. The (iuIiIIc is warned not to purchae a Ccrtifi f!nnriii,(- CViv. line (il springhciu: wagon factory Mock. D.win Vii.ni'ii.v, who Is serving a of ( shares thp tame having teui ohtai J 1MCU VJS.VU.I.V ABVAN'C'l": Jan. lHt I will bo found in the days' sentenco In Jnil for carrying con consent or the owner nnd held bv ,iti:ii it from I, one- purchasing storo-rooon street now oo coaled weapons, while being worked on J. Cnrran. Any for noelon ofdie name will pur It chae a law .uii tie charged. , not 10 paid $2.00 MrWhen oi-cup ed by Courts Cox. T. J. Hnttiier." the sheet gave is guards, crank Oroen l J. CLIUtAN slip, and has and Tinslcy Morshon, the K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. It is stated that cither the L. & N. on not lx'cn seen since. He had only about m . MurnltiK the Fast Tennessee, Va. and Uu. It. It., b"i iliivs t t o Trm leave Unhand inoro to serve, i will likely take possession of the Ken- Plows, Oultivaters, Engines, Threshincr Machines, Clover i t uepon hand a xTTi.ty of jcii.co, i.iiy ItmiNN'iN'ii with January 1st I intend and .Nutt-oa- l tucky Central tho first of tho year, in mj yard Leave youroruer. at ilUllerS. baV lYllllS. Feed Cutters. Hnrsi Pnworn Wo-,- , Yard will be attend liflmitlnir lilt t iuli uvutiim. I ft net ttiul liv ed lo or S. S. Myers' nt'irv aud theyMltiGINS. L.& II. LOCAL TIME CARD. promptly. J. II. Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, Tiikmi: am only four days left of leap. ,,; ,. ,.. ,, fnr V, , ,.,, . f.j Starfcrd Ky. year and those young ladies who have cash I will bo enabled to sell goods much All ol which are carefully sclcctpd from tlio Standard Mannr.ictonrof tlio ...ujiptn Marl train going .S'orih . coniiirr. Souil ijip" not already taken advantage of it had cheaper. I will be pleased to sec gooil I.sprets train " oulli .".it-abettor liurrv up or the bovs will have to cash paying customers at my old stand, " " ..iti lo al Knight North ffp'S the .iiostion." I will not varv from this rule. S. S. . . s.iuih .. . A i.vecutor oi .,vir I. .i carpenter, dec u, I I he Utter tram- - ali i hm iwenners Myers. will sell publicly at a p in. at the on Solar Attention' Cow. HrnxEiw. I keep on I he above n cakulnted on standard lime I t 1 ouality of Jcllico, Lily .t l about to minute. fler. and hand a No. Cani'Ioatk for governor nro muiti-- 1 7, X888, nut coal In my yard. Leave your orders plying every week and the interest ex MEANS BUSINESS. County Court day, in Stanford, Ky., u at the vnnl or nt H. S. Myers' stoio and presstid foreshadows a warm canvass. ! Wmm and Jewelry repaired and they will bo promptly filled. J. II. Hig- - There is a strong desire, manifested for Land Acres, warranted. A. It. lVnny. uin, Stnnfoid. new men and tho younger class who arc Thirty of which arc In eu'litatioii with good Tin: best place to buy drugs, patent me stable and engaged in pushing the mateiial devel- dwel and andkory two the remainder in white hit Is at A. It. oak Ow im to this absenceof the ledlciues and toilet nitidis micueilof llutonvHlc opment of Kentucky arc clamorous for Will be old in as ncre ts or as l w hole AIo aj I'onny's. shooting, Christinas eve was rather acres of knob land neir Stinford Ky. Terms v in'ifci ,VUiiMUiv faiiit ui iiuil ) Ituv your school book-- , Ink, tablets. more quiet than it usually is. It is practical men for tho otllces. For the rflih n niiiai umiiv niiirnllqr.la asiiu n nbla on withnpprnpd rciurit Farmers' National Governorship there is some si months tune bank I) A. CARI'KN'I KR supplies of all Lieutenant Miur, pencils and school mighty oor (Jhiistmas to the irrepressi Kinds from A. It. J'enny. Ktccutor. talk of pushing James U. Givcim, of t minii.iiiiui nit u'ntntiim nnd cvorv ar- - ble small boy if he can't smell the pow- lnii.sville, and it is s.tid that ho has rederof a "pop, cracker." t.tleof jewelrv I sell to be just hh ceived overtures from various quarters. SAILilES, A. i(. rcuny. Mr. (livenB is one. of tho young men M accounts are now itvuly for settlo-iiioand I shall expect all tboso owing who have been bard at work developing PERSONAL POINTS. me to coiuo up bv Janunrv 1st at the Kentucky and has twice visited Lug - MMfliftlf Rf tWfi PfllM! f AWflH jf (illll.llll. I" It M u JollMxI-s- , outside and pay me. I need tho nionev land to iiiturust foreign syndicates in the YAUAfikA bUAk diU imlikitkMUi, . siting Mi's Annie lirvin. .ind must havn iu Please bear this in ,.State. He is a Lincoln county man by Miss Hr.i.i.r. It witit, of O.leshn, Mo . mind, birth, but a Luiusvilliaii by arloption A. T. Nunnelley. vIsitiiiK Mrs. V. II. Iliggins. Mr. mid a mouutMiueer by interest. Mit. Hiaiws lMirM, of t iiii.i: reitliuing irom a tiauce vni :..,,., is vnnmr nn.l iiiiirniii mul . at the town of n . . Mtinir bis coinln, Mih. l'.il.t Sli.tukr-nesdiiv nltrhl Mr. Hugh Chumle. with .:..i,, ..:. i.io ,.r,.a.w...tu nm1.11rBr.11 .. r wv. ....... . .. .. .. .. .imiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiivsniiii.iiiii 1....!,.... - ami ,1, t 1! .Mi-.Martin nmlltaiues, all of Itow-- 1 : ilHim.As for nolitics Mil. UirriK lioiYur.ni usoM to the highest bidder, at public juc '" tlon, about r acres of Coal and Timber Lands. f Danville, ar.' viiling mends bcio. lutitl. had the misfoituiio to turn over in n otic 01 imp mo.t iniuaiiie tracts 01 a titc f Itliliiiiond, i lilt, tel'llblo accidental llanKtOWn lands in this region, so celebrated for its coal and Mis Lii.i.ik M 11.1.1:11, thuir buggy while ciosning Uigan'scicek '1 he lands surrounding it are now being Junction, caused I,.. (In. ..innino .J ..... - umber ..Mtiug Mies Nannie and Kltli- Ikiuuh- - simj )arely escaped drowning. W1,rkci,llnu t,e nrodtict finds a fine market be- ' Imeof Ki'llgcr train No. 0, known IIS tho "call- - "g" railroad, the Knots illc Hranchef the I. an the . notorious "Cage" Kouey was lionr.hall,, running between LoUISXllle i, I and N l.oumille and in direct connection with nui- iiu ..f ti. . 11 where a large part of the , ntvof ...-i putts aispoeaoi ,,nc lowest einnaic matic is times bv Jason lllackeitv at ille, :.,,.. Uliiii-thickness mi - (NiHi-gc- . ! uf the iirsHy tniclur shot four Lity J uesday evening from the Niixlueoiiplo (I... r..r.....l ,,.,,1 1. 1,,,.,... In this.., ,.ollll pimiy ,of oot, wori.,bir for mtmne fine timber unction tract with of curs of passenger train n, a tinpurposes land l now being worked l'art of this I ,,j,vj.. ellectsof ...I.I..I. he wljl likely die. lbeie No. .i of the .. Division while and produce. cci oi erysuwnor.uaiity wM.h tsi MfsiK I, j s and a feu.l existing lictween these the latter was takini.' on tussenirei-- . re- has .., ! it'lalh' . Ml. Vcnioil, were l'H -- t partlesuortu iiumljer of years and when suited in the death of two persona sun! lookins either for iniesunem for thu lutureorde this il'wlt. .! is ' Umy mt uu the above night lllackeily tho serious injury of H otliers. Tho fol- the ime of .he M11 It. i. II in, "I o'iieii-it- . THAT and N U. K. and Vn.'dway "b.'lw.eil ,1, itusville ami Knowille ml Ml. ht.t Him wltliout 11 wor.1 of warning. lowing is a list of the dead and wounded. I". Mi with lit! I a oine important,- - 1 A ' tins noi yet iieeu arrested. K,led: Jlrs. .Mary Perkins '"", uiwKiTtt eo. I. Wenivn. ( I 1 day, I , I' Mi" NVnl T....il..ki.iir.riM..J,w,.r...n..f n... Houston, IMgensville, Ky. 'I host) SCII - sale during to inspert the land beforet;.v. 1" V - I - V. N- -y lyit ir. II. I 1 l an I V - K 'A c of cm do ,o by applying either to tJeo ously injured wore I jigineer .Milton Jll- - rn,orv, McNeil, at l'lttsburgli. "p.Mlditlfi the li'ili Ikv with Ml I t.lll vill.l I lIvfWMlfl, Wfll'U t till t riltf lktli.1- 'It. tile HA Ka Dartnershin , lVintn ami Fiicmnil C'lins. King, Louis - Sale lo,itive and in.ide to clo.e Hand, balance ... ... .hum'v's sireiiK niiiiiML-r- r iiiiikcm 11 iilisuiiio III uim i.it.tlb. lncthir.I cash in r mn (V S. Miller, TPi-Rv1iuisville; Mis liltial p.miicms of ta and 18 months from da vol1 nnd ur4 imYrY-vMi.vk. T. A. Itnii, i. I. Fenny Itjttor from Libei ty, when he says that villi; XV. XV UJ Mary Kinnalrd, of Uuisvillo; Johnny XI 1' ami V. f. C'iru mniided the Imp theio has not been a child born in that : payments Phil It. Thompson, ' ,...' hen also retained for deferred..'..I.,. . .... Mount, .... KIMVI.AM II. -- CKt Lelmnnii lsst niuiit. place for I ft vein. As the din-towho S. V tiEO C.1VKNS, Jom mid lrtby, in- - writes for the Advocate Is'longs to that Shepherdsville; Miss Itertha llobner, Mb. J. U s. td lh.l.I lternftadt. Slightly injured: S. K. 9' .tiipaiiiiHl , Mr- -. John Miller, left for profe-sio- ii who me generally on hand Adams, U)uisille; Mis Kiln Adams, City VedmsIay. Kansas when there, is anything of the kind Miss Kii.M,N ItAUJU rtiiim up yrfctt r. going on'uur It. M.Jvifhdraws the (state-mei- ft biuisville; Mrs. Dr. T. F. Jenning, lui-- 1 I." .II .nix. I'. I. ,n i, !.... it. M i.i;iiiiiK :. nir, 1.. fituii.uimriAi tocpi'iul tin lemaln-Itro- f adknowledgliig .that Jmtisjin a ! It. Dickeron. llanltowii: Mif4 lleithn with hoi parent-- . riiil'tums If not bolter position to know, although his ,,iottII,mi.kor;.s,M.,,ll.rj,vlll,.;.l. IMleck- - auction, vdil privately belnrc I will .ill at pnhhr n Mn. Jons Mi.n M, of Mt. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch- i iiiiin iiuiiiiri ii i"i ins' ,.ii,ii.iiii .iii. Itoth trains "were a f eliiian, U)iiisville. Mftnilf. and Mr. Cliirl ON TUESDAY, DEC. maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness her of the l'st jiostetl men in Libeity. few minutes late and No. ", which was Mr. mul Mr Tho i: .rlMMirtille, on the prcn.i.es at Rowland. Ky.. and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the Ikird-tow- n V.u can't ktn-- the iNTKHimi .Im its m. coming arouml a curve to buuh eye. It goe rij-h- l 100 along, out Junction, running at the rate of l' miles My Mil VMI Mlt. A. W 1'tllfi.STKM wet. down. .. . t f 9.1 L.i.l- ,i. l!i.i..f,infiill .ItlnL'.lIt lllll -,,t-"" ""' outline, ItillWIlllMnilillllg US etllior IS; l'v 1..... 1" f , uru,.,nearl) all in l.m '' u !'" lining In ili l In I. nt- iViM-itb- down with a bioken thigh and the ope-- , before the tndu was run into, although la i..re ne bm,.e..nit p.irtunUr--- .iatlrcN '. iid the IhilhI of I or term ami lurtner " every olloit uonr.MKR. i.Uli)fonoishonowhatdeiiiorali.eil bv i the steam was ivversed j c (iallntin, I r Mi. Kntliciiiio Turner. lenn. -L-- t's to stop. The blame seems to rest be-- ; made Wo the fativv envui. w VThii eonve'y the 01 khii me nrsij t. mienews that Judge Clmi ley Klucald, VYV this makes I0" regular issues we, on theN'-stioul.iers ol scveiai. in flagman - -' hould have hud a typhoid fever, in havu gjwin our readers this year, lOtluu-- , I'l'iee If who Is down with the P3 1 Siipjilements, :; out ami secondly .so. snouiu not nave; smaller do. and three "eMms." This is gone iwt Haitltowu .lunnioii nt tne "Ht.TIO OR ASS JtOiri'K." mewhal impmisl. spt cd it was attempting to. WhIiuii at keopiiu prettv good fuith with our pat- - brcak-ncc- k Miss Km: Hui.uihI lit'. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE of the wound-.nsi-is- l I r "n I tided the letip JKf Wllv gis n by the tons who show their appreciation by in- - ' MIn Mary Kinnalrd. one M7XKV1 etl, died at her home Wednesday. ' is I on Wtsluif la What has been done MipjMirt. of Miig ladi CENTRAL KENTUCKY U t the iflfttt mug. and plsMI'MilK-sin thtuiflst Is an tin nest for the futiiii1, .all T'tnts FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. slid may be further emphasized by tXo it I lie miihiIi. , int jSo. Foil Si.i: '.,., yeailing mill. ut IS rouiark that tho editor made to us im- mil li'in Mr, i had m iiieu-rti- il M. Yowell, Ilustonville. rHemil nuslittlely before being placed under the t Viritoii Ifss .tit nt of ".laniiarv wheat closed in Chicago l 1.... II - ...i- - 1. uill i.O'.ii.l nf nlilumfiiFiii' "lM If I ilim't educsd,, .;,,....... n, .h 0 ,wiv, . FAST LINE BETWEEN ..'uewsp,. don't fiu. to brinB the pa- ' , on time. & CINCINNATI, , 'it was nretmringto inrtkeaor-i- vn. im of fat sheep at 4 cents LEXINGTON chaset near-oa. .pneiucntsin his paix-r- , which Nnlremli J ' was indeeda thing, per pound. Tin: t'hi Istuins sciir.nii.r. in i:h t.t f maYjo,iim, "l ..IHiolu, -Vaiicleave sold lic--t week to ,,.' . ..fhtiiiiitv- . - and .inried iov to mane .1 . . ' No r; No. 4 . .....'.... Xo ?. . I J I IOIHiMS "If" ... T.lt. .. ins ... talllou Abdul- " l" imv South- - Ilouiul. Unit, hiviit. Tim (Miri-uiui- i church was pack- - .MisMiiiM panics ..I., i . -M 111 II Ll II tMIVII' MV '.x. Sun. . . . . K. him. .. Daily. 1..1. i'i....i f..it h. iui im 11 - iiii'iniwi .1 ill. ' l" Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture p m 1 00 p m 4' r t.uln stops at Richmond, ho had 1. ed, not half ol the i.ninei.se crowd luinu I.ve Cosinstan... 8 jo a m 8 10 03 a m' i) 3 in ','. !" I.ve I'almouth Monday ...o.uingandthe. able ...get sea., ami a number were uu... and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods e till .. .N, litswill L. K. ells . 1.1.. ... .,t ....: .. .............. 'im... oi.:.. .. i.:..t. l,veC)nthiana .. no; a in 104 iP rn 4 30 ...i. w... , 11 40 a m,io 50 in l.oinetoop-- n tne imiik ...!.i ... I'aris IU Arr ... i io p can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- r . l iiiiin IMIIIt.ll s'l tiii iitttiv. I . 1.. ..1.... M'l.i tend liill'litor fiilifalkitlirfll uffntii util nilltlli 1111111111 111 Hi, I'liii ill- ill a Arr l.esiugtoti.:. ii jo p in, 11 30 pm so Lie I'aris inp m vi.,M.t.ir..i.ttiil tirnM thu ontEiv cml ofI thu Hiuivh. ... - A. MnMU'ton hoW to Mime paity n few Arr Wini.heter., 11a jo" a m 10 J5 p in 5 P m vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. '35 p m 11 as p in fitchier i'ciuui im. .... 111111111. .. ....v nun wim uiiieii wit 11 .tf L.II..1. Ill Ullllll. Illlli. Arr lltchmond... V m p m " Democnit mr we saw the above gen iMiniiiii' tne the 5 10 p in It. Kl'toll Mild to TIlOS. LvItS T.'iO Arr Lancaster-- .. Klili.r .. ,.... I1..1I ....... .Inlin .'V.. ........ 6 no p m V Arr Manloru.. tleineu beie iu company with one of oic Iniii.Unini. iireseiits. of corn to be fed on the pieinises ....1 05 p rn (tihson opened the exercises by a most lnels i,iot elegant youngla.lics. 3 o p in (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) 01 Arr Here. at $l...t Ueloie ami .' auer uu; appiopriato prayer when the choir sting ..; Arr I.estiiRlnn.. 5 45 I' "' ; ; Hun. CITY AND VICINITY, a beautiful song to tho music of which Till: XOKTH AND SOU 111 KAVOItl li: MNP. HKrWKr-'No 1. No. No. 5. -- I Cincinnati cattle are dull at li to North-lloutitboiti L'rt) the entire Siindnv-sehoo- l. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. s rr.w lots a. T. It. Walton's. 't. , eUvInBMOI1 Sot 1 in stmng, maivhed in paired oil1, a boy and U for very million butcher to IN aj J HOURS. Model Mintivh gill, all joining In the bong, as they tlloil hIiIpikth; hogs are actlvo at 4i to .VJtt; i.ieiierea ..... 10 5 a m MisTi:i:i.. a 11 45 choice 2 to 4i. Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily j r'f nmniwi .. till hold thobiui.lmt theOpenilloiise up the centre aislo, the boys forming on "Ik'i'P coinmon to 7 o j ml. . a. I ;m .. ;,... A mutih tnim ot siiou-uor- u ..n .... in a i..k i..r .....1 t ..-,t'auuv -i.ici.incicr, 118 co a ml.. IuimIiiv niulil, Jani.nii -- !lh. tl I it'll il Itl ..II V Kl in 11 IUU i Ul It tl 1 lilt' . m . . U'S,i..lw...f..r Kv. Arr Kichmond.... 1.: THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. ,. 1.. 6 5 n ,n I 30 p m '.",. 7 Ihiscity will uiv ing the auiiieiice. - ciiristnias carroi " ceu mu.i..s te Kichmond. I will be Arr Winchester. I .5 p 111! 7 so a ill 'I ,.X(lll.ises to Los Angeles, fal., whole they T TI 13 Tlii X AS ri I CO RT I.IN 13. wlwt,u,ll8IinK,lll,lafM1V0l,lcr , . .... 1 ! D in1 8 as in are XlZ: y ' U,r;.n,..i W,,U' yomiger Hold. A number of P.1k animals 00 p in, 7 35 a '" J oo p in 3 Paris.!! 8 30 a 350 pin 3 40 p mt.m,M.ro of nu. whooif afu.,. wllk.,, tlll. included. CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. ni cynihun. .... 4 06 p nil 9 06 a in 4 30 p ra I ... K. Ita.nsey icports ;vc s -(- 'omit ).-- S. 5 5 p nni T'1 " e.i p in 10 03 a of presents was begun, Mr. 4 distribution ' . "'I 6 50 p m . . lot) Arr Covinctou.,., 6 oa p mill 3S . . . a t . r ...-- . .. .1..1.1..1111.1 11111 hilt 11 ..v.s. ui3A.r x6-ryw v i:inik.i - iiinnni 11 timriiiiinifiiiiiMiiiii f .1 iiiiii' lo.un.icu ilniui. . nl mnro tlii.n - rs " "" .. .. . KlII.KII ii.ii.. ....r i:i.a wsirtiin- iiuirKii: a mil- ill 1.1 m'iiuiwiuI .ill inc.iiaysiiuc tl 1. ...w. I.nu.. 1.lc a,! !ii 11ra111.11, ...... TRAINS' NORTH. , i.tiitiii nn.. souTiT: ... .UMI" ...... iiii uu, !.!,...,...,, . .,n.1 Mr .1 .1 ........ v. U ..v 41 ,11. . it . Tiwi ......... ..n. n,.;, I. ...11.J i, i'ii ...v iiiiin I! No-6." Mi. Until. .... a ill UIU OllKT. I .!.....k, to nrsi" .ri- .V ltii'trfi- IllIllllll'I "Mav' .... m..u.,u. -... ... ...! . .n .. .narrhlng - in No 7. "Trains u. WMWt,v j. ......!. '"'.TN-- . 8 ... ll.nv.V v.'""" 1. nit: No. i. ;.i ' . .I . ..... Nntj. iso. 3. ' -STATIONS. Soil ' ..S-- ' - -f S...W poons re-- 1 1.1.111 and Kllll'.! Ilk .vyii.u V Daily. ' ' SV- SSib a. Part, K Daily Kx. Sun.) Daily. i Haily. Daily. Daily Daily. ll,ull!,on U,L ,,W,KL, "'"' celvillg tho presents, which WerO deliv-,No. ii leaies Maysville at 105 md V.llllg tlinilli Ml'J 8o.nin MlieilV p A'rv .Cincinnati ,,.p n, These tra.ns are 8 17 a m4 ojpm; Soopm, 7 J5 a m.l.'ve Williani.town...,I. ve1 640am 641 pin 10 aj a in 4Ooo p in widely and but few were habit's and his un.r.u'cly death nil eicd by a number of small boys. There rollers dillciyd 8 30 a m n 513am 9 35 oil am' 547pm 1037 p ml , emocn t. 7 44 a in 308 p in 4 ion m pm Oeorneluwn was hardly person who did not receive 5 10 warn 7 oapni .I.evmKton ,e regretted I, M - - him. pm 105.1 in 348am 4 15 pm' 700 a in, 1 40 p reiueinbi-aiice- , J. C. t alilweii som nisi wuk tuio ,CiltsFulll0UIl-- 4 JO ,,, arrie at Covington 1130pm 735pm 1105 s; K K, Ar 6 30 inn 710pm 94.1am while there t some kind of a 4 .opin 8 10pm ; 10.1111 l.s. l,ou.tl.im I ' I.s J0.0-'Now 3 3 PJ!1 1 jo a nil. ...... . '.'.'.'... '.'.'.". 'k, ,,9(? ?ir;JTnS"uaeVrJfi. , s p,5n.,eNo. 8 37 pin il 48a in to 50 a nt Ar. Margin Kurtios Nmie.:.TI.e regular ol,- -; XUM,, olhers who wore the recipiontsof a! l AmIUm-Vrr a 50 a m 317pm 545.1ml t;,im Uiirjiin ,. arrives I alniotith 7 p in. at; urn' '84Tpm tloaam 11 17 am I.ve pel' CW l. 11 IlkOllCiil O lit ttbOIll t nil nf t 10 lloanl 01 WirCCtOISOl 1110 l.lll !. 'I'lm i..iic!.. catl nl,,li,ir,f nallv Danville ,P 5jani tiopm ..... ;" . ...(,,, ....,, i .t ..jii. j in.. itrnivs nt L.OV- - lasotun i (oiim iai6ain 11 i ....u . t -m a 53 a I" 5 a" am 100pm a a.t Loan Associa I... il ..,..! uif noiuu ui .1... - Li'iikOllI .siilllllSlIIVi IO . Ulllirie.S Lr. liVOH, ' v. 7 t.:;- - I' a in. Junction City 45 30 am I.: coin County Itulldlng uy iiiu uiiuii, iiltini o.opm l a 05 a in 00 it"' tne iiiRtou.al 7 50 . a m iijpni Somerset 05 a in pin,, 3.00 pm :Wth, in best nice fwileirt nt. .. a 30 pin tl 35a t 1 IC a iiaii.v lion will occur Ad nrdiiy. Dee. . - ............ .Oaldalc., 7 as a m assisted by of Ilustonville, 51 extra i ., f. m 0 jo p m . aj ii J ... j.. o I 5 a in 7 r v...unaiiaiu"uH 4 00 a in 0 40 p is u X& 1000 pin theotllceof the secntaiy, between 10 . Miss Field, of Daughters' College, was jc (ien.ry Bros, bought last week ... ..Ar v 545P'" 7 35 ' , .1 0 iom, 700 p m.l.'ve. ' p Sunu. 15 P 1.1 4 47 a " .'. oopm 949pm Ar'i ....Allalla. , , h ami 7 i'. M. Hy order of the Hoard one of the tlecidetlly pUuinK features of Mercer county, of J. W. Davis one pair ains si. wnchwler 11115pm 100 pm. . ' A. 45p m 11 45 p in Ivt liirniiigham -mules for..00, aud of 1. !. Al- - ciiwaie & Ohio for Mi. steriiiiK. Ahbnd 841.1111 , . Wiiiren,S'c'y. Tnscalo.a loainn, Tho church wn (115 pm I3ani the entertalnnient. c h.ir lts.tnii. W. x. iinti i.at&icrii CU1C1 e it..ai i.. tin. tm..iti ..Meridian i.'ie' 4 lj a m ropop' .'iiriplii via winches beautifully Cdecorated with evergreens examler one mare mine .... .i.t" ..-....New Orleans ....I. i e 900pm 335J1111, djna in 11 0011 in Ar'v Meridian Norinyenis him the postolllco bcei Ar'v ,'.'. 9 4a p,m 5 ui ,1 in I.'ie. beau- - U"lf Advocate. foi and (lowers with hero and there 6 top ..Ar'v! l.'vc. . Jackson '.""!."...... 91x1 .1 mj crow. led with mail as it has been ,. .. 400 pm I. 've....Vi cashing, tiful banner, inscribed with biblical quo It 50a Tu, .r.TvTiunl.lTo guns have revo chocked to any .Zm.'."".'. !.'.".'"."!. L o$ a m the last few dnjs. . Itosides tho nows tntimi. ii:irl I o pm Iie... ;..M..iim . ., i .i..it..-u.iv ntiliroiiniile to tint i ..........'., r... m. hnl In- n railroad. ... i..ai-- . 8 isjiiiijAr v ...Shreiepnrt. ...;..' ' Ti ' : 7 Wl" ..i... airent of th. Co -. ..... .;..V..i..,;'!..T.i papeis, a number of which have en occasion. The ship was truly a .ucces milOlllZild wartare, mm . (. i .i... " .i....... MamTnande-i- r liulTet Sleeplns Car. on all triiins I ...aiutsar.. ..nn ii'ij'i" iv II lArU.N. clllCKen citoieni l.trge.l on account of tint holl.lats, pack t rruvclini; l'ssg'r At , lun'l I'ass'f'rAt., iJOIINC.OAUI.l', General Maiiaijer, DO tlDWAHn. Ot. liko have Hood and we hone another onu will pull into liivn.ri's uf ebolem lllliolll! the iioultiy. I.BNinSton, K). .i.inyin i.) ,iges of prcii.Mits and tho J (Jl'IN'l AN, (ih .K. CAKKOl.I.. Oeneral Siiperinlexdenr. this port witliju.st such another eargo j SoM mX glMir,lllte(.(l ,,y Mcltuboifs ! H K HUNTINdTON. Oener.il Manager. . .1 the oljice until theio is hardly mom )lu.. Oener-'- l OiTi. e, St. I'atil Hull Unit, Vet I'onith Sir.ei, Ciiiciiin.ni, ' when Christinas I ns.i arrives. 'c(ir GenOfflcea. Covlnaton, Kentucky. "t ' ter md his ;ssiMiuit. f i the pi M iv FARl! FOR SALE! Notice of Warning. GEO. D. WEAREN, Buggies, Mangr' Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons 1 Carts, Speeding - i i . Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm wagons, Log Wagons, 3 Attention, Coal Burners. . T Haows, Buggy Harness, WaRon Harc8S, Rcnpcrs, Mowers, Hav Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, ( ,.-- m i i 'W PUBM'C SAJLIE!, court-house Monday, January Tract of of I88 MUFFLBBS iit ut PCTJLKCJ ! In Cotton, Woolen and Silk, All Colors and Prices. &. J , .", es ... ,...... Wednesday, Feb. 6,1889,! nun ...... 1 1 hi-- 1 - 1 I'liii-liiniit- l": - Bruce --1- IVlcRoberts -v-r li-- lM-e- u "'.Pm!1.'":''."!"..'.'.:: "H?tl,tlhli?tom&n . Itiic iZtiSftSXtf '.' .... ,. !! 1 PLEASE OBSBBYB O JDT7D TC O'P fA CI Hr J T ' ' - r Ci.n :'ri0Zrt)S. a a .oi.C2:iniiTi'friiyrf ir IUJU AZDSSWAVb iOlili m . FI2TE FABM. 1 '- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Nleh-i.tsvill- 25, '88, Acres, 1 his-wit- p i , 1 lr-.t- 'ip - w-i- - ii '""""""', Farm of ' .u.l ' SEW FURNITURE STORE f MA't'K jetlCTHJ'FiMIAK', u.uuiuii 1 nnf Ipluf;pnf yuiivi f vi ... PJRDP,. Mtm i I.J.. I I 1 -- ' i- - - e ikm-oi- ' d -- "J,, , . 11 soySX'WS& ! i. . f.l si. -' i -- " 1 s ... - ....... t, 11 - I,. ......,,...,, ''' ,, . a ' K. .. -- " .,., 1 ' ' QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE 1 -- March.-Winchester ii h. 3- j fate' ' 111 .,... .. 1 ;'',;,;l.,"j; I.-1 "' .,..... 1 ''."' 1 '!; 1111 111 j 111 . 1 . v-- - 1 l.llljsll .."". ""' - - - -... " .(..- 0' 111.... . - . '.' HlnC j : , , lk,..,v .mrjrUjy ,, 111 ,.,,,, ... ('., TTslXf i&A?ZS 111 8'; 1 11 1 . 1 1 1 I 111 111 ' c cty . 1.1 . 1 " ... v'.ir' ,,,,.. iC-- ZltW?" 'K'lT'tjwB. "f.f,;,'K;.N;,nj4ri,t) "",-'""- 45nir'v 111 111 111 . . 111 ! .'... . lii. , ( lhns ' if h L. siNnrT- r- - ! - t A . T J ne i OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Ah Unit Tip was u cunning' chirk J so; soft arid tlownv, nud two such bright, jblack eyes! 1'oUy though' him the very nicest lltilu thing JiiulMtcMvorhl. Sho hud suoh u fender lltth' that when I'ip'n mother wus riln over by tbe farm wigou'sho begired bar grandpa for It. "I will bo but mother." she mild. Pip soon learned tn know that lit1 had only to cry Posp, prep. c ip!" uml Polly would no was nut to mm as runt tissue vciy ii.ii. lily nbiiiit it, too, uml would wuko Poll tit uijrbt wrynfieir, tn give lum omo IiVwh water Polly would her sleep, oj cs, niul ny: Pip, c'ltar, If you just wouldn't tret huugiyui nglit;' but dio nlw.iys g.iw him lio-it-111 4 SemfWeejSj Interior Journal J IMA COTTAGE Ott RENT tot ! ALLEGED nUMOB. A TBUi: NTOKY. Constipation Ii,:,:ii' nubs nil ti'inliIkhm-N- . . tSSL -1 t it j I i 1i.ii-m!- i preiupt treutmeut. Tho rc iuileet inny bo serious. Avoid uml dntstto purgutlves, tbo of which Is to weaken tho alain street, Stanford, My iollaye ixi the 'tid lii W. II. Miigiiu residence. Al next door, now peenpied b) Mr. J. P I'ntsrsdoii liitinl uanivd nitcnat oi'X limr nnd to III. IIDI Ml latter mi Not latli. MM?. I1CX V'Pf le Ill 7Hf llaiKl If, ky ' I tjji 1 - 'ri ' Eil Win POWDER Absolutely Pure. A marvel ol purity -ir'nctk"ncl whnlesonieii. , ,Moi economical HaiPtlie ordinary kind, and cannot be sold in ni litio.i with the multitude of low left, short svelgat aluuiar pnospliate powilers. bold only in Ko.L ItAklM. 1'OIYDIR Co., tU Wall Street, New York Yarn-c mmb When Pnliy's liitln fric'iulK came tousl; hertogooit lo.piu,), shy we--i Id shvke her luiad uml my : ' "I run' 511, 'cause Pip gets s lonesome." grandma persuaded Pojlv to One Jay lenvo Pip lnn? cnniiyb tn'go.wiMi liVtto Visitn sick friend. ,," f., ', "Tuk'o good care of Pip. mamma," sulu Polly; and mamma promised to bo very curoful. Pip mil. ou her knud while alio wrolo 11 r, nnd pocked at her lingers until ho crew In broud-- t lot-to- Tbo Peueon mid hl wife sorrowfully tit ride tlint their favorm nit. having taken U kHHns chickens, must die. j w. :,:'JiiTZ"Ki M 1 JZ& ni --- - HU YSsar mm! H - IMHs. net ion Is prompt and their effect nlwnys iH'iifilrluI. They nro mi nduilrnblo l.ixer mid After-dinnpill, nnd ovury hIibio cndurseil by tho profcsilou. " Ayor's Pills uro highly nnd iinlvcr-Hill- y fijHikcn of by the eop1o nlMnit lieie. 1 iiiakn dully no of tlioni III my prn. tlco." Dr. I, K. Fowler, llrldge-Hi- rt . t'onn. , er Aycr'a llclng iiurcly vcgotabln, their Is Tho best reinetly c w. utTt Lr kAll 1 V - COMPANY f tHKB MBTOAliF & HAYS. ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE IIAKllOUKVII.M'.sitil ACTS. K, KV W OT fJB PIN'l'Vll.l Will practice in any mint In Ki.urn Ktninvky nj I'.niniimUun. of Ipn.l t.tle- - m ule a ;e' li traits of tlmbrr, roil and mineral l.m !s fm s.tle. Inform ition tiiriiiAlud n an) poini ." ! n J"i f respondence sole ited kiii recommenilAyor's Pills nbovo long proved their valiio in a rntliurtio for niNitelf Mid Imii.is." J. T. Hew, Lelthsvllle, J'a. " For .several years Ayer's Pills liuvn beon used In my family. Wo find them an I " nil i.iluTA, having - TIIH HALT 1IUUSK. LQUISVILIiB, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST I LEXINGTON.KY. "' ' ' I A Effective Remedy for constipation and Indigestion, nnd urn never without them in thu house." Moses Orutiler, Lowell, Mass. " I bnvo uied Ayer's Pills, for liver troubles nnd indigestion, during ninny jcars, nnd haio always found them prompt and clllrlent in tlioir action." I.. N. Smith, Utlca, K. Y. " I suffered from constipation which nsstinifil riivIi 1111 obstluuta form that I fenred It would rnttso n stoppage of tho IkiwcN. Two 1kxcs of Ayer's Pills cf. fccled n complete cure." 1). llhrke, Siico, Me. HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD. ING TO ROOMS; TURKISH .V L wt -. -- J N - VC T&m oil&X i fMQESir.OU-OREA- KISSI.V.V HUHS I.N IIOIM. AJu . ". ..SitVUv 'T. ' - This rowj'.cr nertt .. j I 'Mi Str"- - .V " ' J? . -- " 111 llht attache thu fuso. u dytinti'ito rniniiilffC. mid . 'Mffl.k. A. rfc TIMS pirpnmllon.wllliout - I I'll, m&ai JCI?'. ZSft2W JgfcsH M. ! Well Drillers WVJ Stilled . A. DEHEDICT & CO., & Pump Adjusters, . . : - t&a&tbfoWSA vy C?K,m ctj CC??S va.i '.'r-.ijiti-i -, ".mnAysw i.4f, 'U fT MTJITO MOTEL, STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Hotel still mtinulns This old and well-knoIts high reputalion, and its Proprieteris dttcrmin. ed that it shall tie second la no country Hotel in the State In its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to his Uaggisc conC)ed la aid from depot free of charge Special accommoda. lions to Commercial Trelers. filKY--lhr- U z eA- - ' .. . 7 t. mi VS ' i. 11 - N- ( HU J.ri K? X1" &&&& ,!i SAW MILL FO II SALE VIho A I 1 .uml niul Stock ja liore 1 dross nnd was dead. When Polly cjmo homo ho ran into tho i 1X bouse, frying: " Where's my dear Pip t" Uut poor Pip kr k 11 lay In mamma's baud, o.i bis b.u-- with his LpNDON, KENTUCKY, littlo claws curled tip, und bis little eyes tightly closed. At v HJAHT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR, Then Polly cried until Uuele Bob took i4i A W iv. ik fL-'i4-" TtoiuiiUly Kenovatsd anil Refurnished. First her on bis knee and told her he would . Uv Fare aad Keauinalile Prices. Day and night canro her a beautiful stono to put on Pip's .i trains arc net by Polite I'urter" thu I'optilai grave. Polly dried her eyes mid put Pip in a LMouc f. little, box lined with cottou. Aunt Kun gave her a bunch of dowers tied with white Hut the deadly hand of scienco Inter ribbon. After tbo rtono was vencs. Time. Polly printed nit It, in her very best let' HolV to llm I'tsprrs. ters: MTI VERNON, KY. ' Mv D.-.i-r Pip, If of reading a newsp.icr article Aged '1 hrco Weeks." iu the usual way a person reads the hues 7 ax eld and Hotel is still maintain-i"I loved Pip evor to much," said Pollv, Horizontally across too columns some in. ine reputation. Cliarges reasonable. Spe-afterward, to her tnammn; "but Inm real strange couibiiiutlons will be developed, i'a1 (.mention to the Iraielin; public. glad I cau go out to play with the nirls I'or instuuee, a fow days ugo there un- at. T. N i:VCOltB, Prop., ugaiu; and then, we bud such a beautiful peured iu n New Tnrk piHr mi Item ulwut Ml- - Vernon, Ky. ...yf''- funeral!" Ignite Thrurh llrooktjii Our IMUe uu iiitcivlcw with Mayor Hewitt, while lu Out. the irbt olum i w.i mi account of a fatul Ity taking a bcntenio of each j .iccidcnt. THE RING TOP. I article the following unlijue combination An Aniiislii-- ; riiiytlilne; inr tlin Hoys How wus obtained: 25 I Is MhiIs. Our teiiorter eallcd at the mayor's ofllce A good deal of fun cau be had with tho nnd wus much gratified to find that his JTwa inlles South ol Stanford on NVtl's Creek rti!-- , Kt Wbrs m at ring top, it being cue of tho easiest thini'A honor was in but the Infuriated animal W.CKAIO. 'to make Imaginable. Herewith we give it rushed upon his unsuspecting victim, trampling bint under his hoof ami goring iu Its smallest size: It is simply u Hat ring, ubout an eighth of ' li .tt i uiib his horns beyond recognition BUYERS' QUIDB it an iitch thick, with two ulcus ou opposite Tho unforiuiiiite mini was icM-uciu u March and Sept., year. It is an oncy. sides. Huch u circle c.i'i easily be cut out oni.ilnse rondillon. or useful in for. Here a a few more samples of mixed of apiece of cigar-bowood As the cenfor all who tral hole need not be cut, the making of paragraph-- . : the luxuries o'r the ucli u dink will notociupy more than ten Putt I Is loiecelve hi. hundred dollars a or lito. WcV minutes. In fact, n large penny, nicked night for her future iippcarcnrt. lu New csn clothe you and you with Those wlmdohiro in hour this wonWith a Hie. will uuswer vvery purpose, to ' Yoii all the r.cc ssarj and unnoce-iaibegin with derful citiilatr.ie ulemld secure their VPlianccs o ride.wnlk. donee, slce, The Htruugo thing about the ring top ii tickets In nil nine nt tin loan ofllce ol eat, flsh, hunt, work, go to church, , Ihat it Is xpuu with tho legH.tho binds hav- Levi & J.icnbsou, Ch ilham slitrt. Liberal oi stay nt heme, and in various sfre-.witjiea nnd quantities. Juat llRUre out udviiiiccs made on all kinds of ing very little to do with it. mil wliu is roattlred to do all these things All tr.iusui'iious dtrictlv A pieci'of string about u yard long has property. COMFORTABLY, and you can maUo s eifect-r- t !f ou wait it its opposite ends Ued togother, nnd into it timr or the valuo or tho BUYEHS' arc slipped tbe l"gs to nlxnit tho level of tho winter ovei- - u..t of the uost durable mate-tia- l OUIDE, which will bo sent upon shoe-tontrj- Dr. Illank's vegetable remedies. receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, e They 1 eat all the surfucus and oigsns so The loirs nre then kept upart iu MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. hut the entire htetn lesji-iiid.fashion, nnd tho top being placed up.Simple JUH-1I- 4 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. right iu tho. centre, has tbo striug put iu Ikix hcnt five. They never fall to produce -- hls'l.V. iTtu rir. tired. Then be tried to put his little, head id aoborftc ciijluc, 2 .inr nnrk, t ox Iok wig-iliorc wjniits t burl board, priinf under hu winK to go to sleep. ,; jolr of catltc, 3 inulei, t hore, ui liuriif Mmnuin forgot j.ri mill complete, and my firm of to acres of whou nbo soon to look till ubout him; and cams for him found that Li ml Mfll tiniliercd. Will tll pniatrU. MARTSilttir, ho bad slipped down into the fold of her 'Usf' Ky. jiriiee 1 saiv KiilUiomplric -- " Jeire lojcavc KcnlucLy I will ell at great wltli boiler Jg-- Wl iS.2 i j j llni-died, i 5" v:?? V IV'.. J Hho is alarmed by tbo linsin? fuse, breaks away uml starts for home, rapidl.1 overtaking tho Deacon, who uotv runs foi . Pills for the past years consider them nu finally medicine. I know of no better remedy for liver trouble', uml bnvo always found them u prompt euro for djspopil.i." James vjiilun. W Mlddlo st., llurtford. Conn. "Having been troubled lth rontlvo liefis, which Mollis Inexltiibln with p,r-mof nedcutary li.tlsitx, I havo tried Ajer's Pills, hoping relief. 1 am glnd to say that the hnvo servetl mo IhIIit than any other medicine. I nrrio at this conolnion only after a fiiithful trial f their merits." Samuel T. Jones, Oak l., Ito.ston, Mxss. ns r "I lme used Ayer's thirty mid oitidicaiinns will rentier the tnn,tt tiiblwrnly red skin toft, smooth ami white. Viola Crcarn Is not a jmint or powder tocoverilpfecis, but nmneslylo cure It Ii siierlor to nil other preparations, and U guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug gitts or mailed for fiO wnl. Pretwrcd by A few Tan. plo, leuvt -.. lots.. n, tlitllrv trtliinvM fl'ilrtt.........,.......... ww.Llvor-Molo- n. . Ulnck-Houd- Sunburn and , Plm- - G. C. UIXXiNIOri sliOO., TOI.KUO, OHIO. ' ! iuct. hrVi ,V Slajg'-- , S- - o s i JLiOlTJD ' &c KV. CO., - nv Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man, Sold l.y all Ilenlrrt lu Mntlclne. i Ayer's Pills, ritci'uti MrktNNIA', SPECTJIiATIOIT. geo. a. homi:h, BAXKi:i ANDHHOKEK l Si - M.i)wrdl I'or Driiir. Mrdulncs, llic laiiKxis Srunl I I'M and t irel tour prvscrlptluii. tironinllr and cor recllv tilled nt all laiiint, and to wet our Maple t.roreriet, nne I lirars, loilct Mtir!r, l , no tn I ndfi Co, McKlnncV Dr J A U'll.l lAMS will ntlcnd to nurdrut department; alo .ittcnd tu thctvanls of the sick, niiiht or das. In limn or ) coniitr t llro ' .', Nrw "tfcrl II V Htncks. noitdn Ornln. Pruvlslifnenind c Pitr ils,tim JACKSON HOUSE. 'JlrV'. NOTICE t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. iinritii i.4': P Srbsi f. rss.',i, ia i"ti,ru nt mancin r " t in it J 1 1 - 1 m fn 107-t- m&&&?!? Ua-il- ll V!? m NEWCOMB wcll-tno- HOTEL. d 1 Having rei entl) eiimpped a fin Knllcr Miff In the lwn f Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in ijiislity of flour, we think the utitenl ol county pride enough 1c the county should V natronue and sustain the same wih tu i.v farm honi it may sonceru that t are in the market to buy sour wheat and corn and will al ways glse the highest marlei price for same. We have added ome new machinery to our torn meal cK rm " " denartnient and can now make meal to suit anv petsnn ft cannot be emutled by any olher mill We solicit a trial in uur flour and HUSTONVILLE, KY in this ricinlt) meal depattmcul. All having grain in our line Arc still in the tnilne and ready to do an) for sale will nltate cut at the Mill, where our thing In the I'adrrtakiug Im We base a full will all limes, slock of Cases and Caskets ul all kinds and Kobes agent will be found al llrau and wtiulltlufl give the shl best prices fur same, al. of csrry Uur hearse, which is nearly in stock W. N POTTS new can be obtained n short nonce! Mr. J, II. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co JJi If CSrcen lias charKn of our business and will show) our goods K any one nee ling aii)thing in our he Jsm Ml I'l'Tflru " -,-, si w CO f1;. -- 4U. kIW4i4ai4 SW WHIU.W f Jb- - A NKW KAiST .MAIL I .tinM mh LOUISVILLE Hall), h no. f S. r. is OIWOIHNATI lMr'rK ." -- FOR SALE. Acres . ivery, icd and Sale Stable, U &. Mo LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. 'I THE K.ver MOST RAPID ROUTE House and Iaul ' l ihe tat alien ylr J cilie. 01 the Ohso Kisef sn.l C 1. cifs and hcrx.. the f"t-- t lime snd mm ms tfHrlslse trains b tweeu I , inls in ! .Sw.nk. , . .hr Vst ais.1 I he . S'orthse-- i ..i,nl"ri'l "I Iih. tmln on at trunk lo,e l U.K. I Ik. ...llr.f f.aj.rr.. The u irS in the Soutr er.i ill 1 ..,.,n you ill likit uur tiioe Mills, si.,4 nekr' . sy M t nan. gel Mmion anj I a M"n, if you i.ni lo M....es iJ hisr s iiImsAM rustrsMV. he (ireat I' iilni.it. d ( oniri.n rl. mllin we n.(4-- . ,,v . p.trort ' THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To rein i The st M i. K OTho W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. x j losnos, t' K I SOUTH & WEST With I K. A . A gem, ChieAgo Udieral Pa.-t- .r City ticket Agents and Orfiecrs Ave.. !...ulssllle. Kv IIiisski. ..sums ia, ,S l . Cincinnaii, Ohiv me n. XKCUKAICK. jj. Jui-nlu- always .r hire f,ood turnouts and saddle hor on reasonable terms lndon is the nnxt ouvrn-len- t point on the railroad resili plaits in the in the mountain settlin if tie sme to Loui3villo illiltt. ill np-- tl iTHAT FIGHT To Nashville, i L'rft" iitVii asj itH Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and Now Orleans. Newport New3 & Miss. Valley Co. Oul . tilt's-cradl- 1 On February 4II! 1889, I " s ' thed.-sire- Of All VWgh Is i !'.. i i tin jirepurntioii fur Throat nud Lung elTucts, so Ttouldes ij to prompt in it-- t j;re.uer demhud than ever. n'3, Ayw's Cherry Tec--ftT,- it for years from a bronchial lioiiblu that, whenever I take 6ld or ii'u pn.sed to Inclement weatl.-c- r, veiy annoying h1hs iifltlt b in the throat unit by tickling vnt-j'todifllculcy m bieathing. I havo tried a j;rcat munv lemedies, but none does so well as Ayer's Cherry I'oclernI which Alnajs giM-- prompt relief in returns of Miyold tompialnt. Ernest A. Uepler, Inspoctor ot Pnblle Jtoads, 1'ailsliTer-r- e lionne, I.a. " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a iiost important remedy Jgxeeublo to tbe taste, nnd 3Q wldly known ns this. It Is the family medi-taw- s in thoiands of liousuhold-i- . ' nu: nisn top. I I have l ' j s I ' r. 2 caved my life." &iimiol Qiiggs, Wattkegnn, 111. "Six yeiiM ngo I cuiitructed a severe cold which settled on my lungs and oon developed all the alarming sjuiii-Tfofof Consumption. I had a cough, night sweat, bleeding of tho lungs, in chest and sides, nnd was so prostrated ns to bo con nod to my ted most of the lime. After trying various prescriptions, without benefit, rtjy ithyslclnii dually determined toglvo ano Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took If, and tho effect was magical, I seemed 4o rally from tbe first doe of this .medicine, und, after using only three (bottles, am us well and sound as ever." Hodncy Johnson, Springfield, III. 11 ic full. It will relieve the must serious .dTcctious of the throat anil lungs, wle'ther in iliildreii or adults," Mrs. X,. G. litlgerly, Council IlluilH, Iowa. "Twenty years ago I was troubled sriih a disease of the lungs. Doc tors If oi (led tin no relief and considered .Hiy cask hopelebs. I then begun louse Ayer's Cheiry Pectoral, and, before I 3iad iinlshed one Inittle, found relief. I .oitiuucd to Inl.o this medicine until a euro w its effet ted. 1 believe that Ayer's 'Lilt. linvo tested its curative twwer, in my .ttnlly, many lime-- ) during thu past , For Honne Use. nnd liaio necr liiioun it i j j I each nick, nud it i twisted round ami round until tbe hiring will twist no mot o. The legsiiro tlion piensed upiit-l- . tlte stiinguu-- 1 twisted, and tlw ring is shot put, nnd pent rolling nlong tho fioor tralgrt mid true for trimeudnus distimccs. The game Is played by two or unne, who staml at opposite ends of the room, nnd tiring tugethei- utte.upt to strike each oilier oil tho way. tho tup going fmthcat Imforxi tie c ti'isiuii being tho winner of tho course. Kings three oe four inches iu diameter can thus bo scut trutidb'ug nthigh sfiecds uml with astonishing accuracy of aim, tin' esscntiuls being that thu hiring should b louud uud not chug to the nicks, uml tne ting should not bo too largo to prevent its slipping off readily 'Of tourse they can bo shot by thu hands as well us tho feet, and any thiug circular, duly nicked, such ut curtain ring, en ilsti'r lidb, box tops and toy wheels, can bopiesscd Into the horviee, duo regard being paid to the fuc,t that the hcnvlur tbo material tbe greater the momentum, and tbo further nnd the strulghter it will go- .- GnUlcn fiu. - will take place at nu etirly day b VorU Novelty und I'.urlesipio Company, whose hiiimlttble Pmieh uud Judy show is attracting immense crowds The iinmuuf ijf McQunde's bail lias been fixed ut twenl. thousand dol- lar by IlcooruVr .Smytlie. Tlico irt mi truth In the rumor Hint tbo iM'nntiful Miss McTuvish is going to wed mi IJnglmh Dim-e-. as thu nobkiuiuu iu (jueelioii - lmviug csouped from tho ihjii, er.iwlisl tlirongh tho trmiMim ovei the door, dropped twelvo feet to the ground, und ffiiulu gooi his tioup. A hifKO roward Is offoretl for ids rcenpture. -- 7'rjsw Stfttni4 'tbo now (rial of boodler Aldurman effect e ;he Nv I I Man) u'ii- - have alrsad) ine.ii! undlhi' lie muih Welter thin lit trim fur a lull liool Our ork is lli.irous;l. issImsth by the who uenti.ut In m n- iisr We shall make a speclallv the enn.nj; term of the Cosnmsis Sshool and Tsliers' Conr-- r hrnie llio- - tspe. ing to teach ioutd '...f cl; i l.tli'r t Is in enter our (.lasses. r u c. ... ... 1 nun, ai lie inn 7, nan. f. r PI t Mrs M . rrmcipji As.i'lani pro-pisi- ls t- - ll.jCeiliii.l,r,p'rA,O..Simmonsl.l. "fjaialor, hstd by Zulin IK j, ,.. .11. naa lor ar sears cured iNmuaiTliiN. ilmoLaNaas "tiMrjfS!( k HasnsciiK.l.ok. ArrsTiTt, Soik Mom sen. Ktc cr M A.5nr.monsl.iverMedicin.Kst d l&,o mt'i. US Court tiMniVij i.C.'c S"1""0". Tho Original Wins. St. I.ouu, IVon'r ... Athln Itev T II. fleam., Paatnr Sf. K. Ciurvh, Adams. Tenn., writes ; i a snumu nave D,n deid but v.cnuine at, . ,ie change to point in i. .- i I r ARKANSAS ttrn TEXAS ha in. ftiairs ; j '' J"r "c J.uipw, cine, but it doa't answer Medicine. I hast aomeliiiira haJ to cuhttiluta lln's atufl" for your Mi-d- t Ui f.ner sun-tuoti- A BMiailANTS Scaling homes on the lilts of this road will ret civ Special rates. agent, ot this Company for raies.'r.uirs ,Vs,, or write t v 1' MOIII-- . r, l A., I.otil.tnlr. Ky I 2?ru tett r it works i.Kc I KUKGEON (.sled by OHiic on Lancaster I5ENTIST, K In ruoa. rs' MAMoKH, SI. a charm. I wsh-f. er lte.ulalor (nsl cr-tai.d- y n m'.ro cl Zr.lm'a roututo. lr W . II rout) iroel, rn I ! fAft.t: . TO I'UNL'II Wlltf CAItU. : Chesapeake PULLMAN CARS AflU " il I & Ohio SOLID TRAINS ! National Garment Cutle I V 5 '. " t1.111.1l iv ot My amst'ic Agent in IjiicoIii Count) fur the Na higli(;arnieiitCuiit.r, which v..i spoken urn names in me interior journal Pr.ce, unit fi.ll instruction., ii. II I'AI-II'.K Mr. Eg rm Crab Ky I lire-har- To IE.A.ST WiishinKton, Richmond Old Til AITEE'O .. Point Comfort. nnd T. nnd THE NalPIISR HOUSE, LIUEHTY, KY., To Loulavllo WEST no. i Olnolinntvtl' C'onnections.direct for all points in the WEST NORTH - WEST AND SOUTH-WES- i ". i SljICKEN Cholera Cure! F. W. WARRINNER.PROP'R. t lute Icisedthe .ibosi Hotel and undid s sl)le III ever) piitticul.ir. it in men attun ion ticuiumir. first-clas- ; Spi-ci.u in srrrci i, '87, No. 4. Daily No a il Daily V.n. Sim. in 111 Ho Whs In Lurk. NOTICE. Jif. T Cherry Pectoral es i ' ' j Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, ' ruEi-Ai:E- r nr i tDr. J. C. -- ii J 'vcr It Co., t.owall, Mass. tfrstd b .....mi... i..i.. ,, ! Ultlvs,(a, Telegrupli oiierator Mr. Urowit, 1 have just heard that train Is'o. '2 h.isgonc through the big l)i l'lge with nil on board. llrowu Ureal heavens I And my wife and bird-dowere on board that tiultit I guvu fifty dollar.) fur that dog! . Nobody wms injured. Telegraph oei-.ito- r The brldgu is covered und thu train went through it, but did nut fall off of it. I havo saved two hundred dollar i funeral exenses and a dog worth ut least one hundred dollars! I'm lucky after nil. lirofa lircvnl. A unit Iniluetiiiioiit. Miss Hiowu Why, what's tho matter, Mr. Puulus; you look fatigued bard work I Mr. Paul'ts- - No, not that eauttly; but 1 went to oh u iv i tlpvu tnnei last Uundny-- ut diiTcivit ehiiii henand 'twas thu naino old ' thing at all lli.ot. Mliss IJpiivu. Wjy dou't you corao over to oiirc'iuit-'h'-- We bnvo good music, .I'ld not one word about Uobeit Kisnicjt'- .- W'r. v Urown-ThurkUodJ -- I.ve Louisville' Arr l.esinglon " White sulphur Springs " Charlotlsville.V.Nljuiict, " Kichmond. " Newport News The Farmers Notional bank, located at StanConductor (to sIotv passongor) Why aeitliiirf u ford, don't you keep your ticket stuck In your attainin Lincoln county, K).,ts now k'is en t nil hereby and therefore notice hat like this gent heroi Then I wouldn't lioldliur said Hank's notes orishaving claim. .igMinst have to wait a week for you. said Association to present them for p.ini-u- t (M, 18, IBM. JOHN II. OWs.UA, Cashier. Why lit, l'ruyrxl, Minister- - Do you say your prayers, lummy Tommy Yes, sir. Minister Do you always pray for strcugth In tho hour of temptation f A UKP COW ciine to my lioti,e last Ma) .mil la Tommy All but once. I'Jjhig f. r her Minister Why didn't you pray for still llierc. Owner can ge' he ly Keeping and this I INK MAYS, strength that time? MRS. PAP Stanford, Ky Tommy Because Hilly Williams licked mo 10 quick that I hadn't time to pray. Pvo noun prayin' for strength ever since, and as I soon us I git enough muscle you bet your sweet life I'll do him. strvoiii llcconl. -1 " 11 " " " ' Old Point Comfort Norfolk ; Washington llaltimore Philadelphia ...ir. New otk 7 en p m 6 50 a 1035 pm ti 50 a 5 10 a 510pm mo p 9 00 p in J 50 l 10 35 a m 0 33 p 11 00 a m 7. on p 11 40 a m 7 40 p 940pm 8 'J p 11 ijpm 11 5 p .. 1 to a in 3 no a m m "i m in in in m in BJ 6 Vo a ni 60am Thousands Thesk tiro tho days when tho small boy, who shrieks if his faco is washed tn cold water, feels only a thrill of delight as his oluo fingers mold the frigid snow-boil- . Truly,' the wlllis tho real creator of cossU. Ucns. l.eslngton Division Trains run by Central ti me of dollars worth of Main LineTrains east of Huntington run by East cm time, which Is one hour faster than Central chirkens die every year from Choi-ra- . time, ADDITIONAL THAI NS: No. ti, dally It is more fatal to chickens than Sunday, leave Olive 111114:43 a 111; Mt. .Ster- ill tther diseases combined. Uut the ling 7 00 a m:ai two Lexington 833 a ni; arrive nt Cincinnati via Winchester 11 33a m. lisqovery ol rettieay mat fvsiiirth No, ia, daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati 1 00 p m; Lexington 3 i$ p nt; arrive Ml. Sterling urn it has been made, and to be con-incc711pm; Olive Hill o Jo ii m of its efficacy only rcitiirc, a No. 5, daily, leave Clifton Forge at 7 00 a in; Charleston u 30 p 111; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; rial bottle is enough fii Columbus 1117pm ne hundred chickens. It is guar, No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a m; arrive at Charleston jj a in; Clifton l'orge 7 36 p m. mteed If, after using s of Pullman Sleeping Car on all through trains. V bottle, the buyer is not thoiotighlv Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork on Mon of Mountain, Coil I have too acres, more or and Timber bahds thai will sell at a bargain. 1 dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Satur Satisfied with it as ft cure for ChicketV 6 10 m for New have a store room to rent tor a furniture und un d.ivM Ticket, Kates, York. ror dcrtnlinir, hardware or tinner's establishment. Ickct office or address Information, etc., apply to Liioiera, return it to the undersigned r or further inforiiia Thcu are i;nod for 40 day -.t C W C. WICKHAM, r. r.es'l Pass nil knd viur mnnev will li. rpfnn,ti ft. ' ,,uiiui,ii mation, write is . .0 r. csi r. I Receiver. II. W FUl .I.EK, Foraleby McRoberta A .Sugg, Stanford liarbotimlle, Ky. 3 AIT ESTBAY! d Mountain .Lands 1 a 50-cen- 1 1 two-third- I !, 1 W .. lt a 1 S f 3 s, s . h- - -- V. -- ," K L . 3, tl. Ss-- , & 'Kl x'JV "S.M s I. , 1?V V, wr.,5 ' Ls 'AJ aMTC,. i'ftt Aj ik sjfljn ui-1 Tfi ' I i4.1IWstsiiFajT VaiMkiiOt!mtu"J midsM