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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889010401 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 1889 $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. .y Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. . Interior JofoJ&L. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. 1889. -- i. NOr-94 i :! if V. 7 ii; V, R. 0 f in HUSTONVILLE. unto luwiuhly, iiiIiiu S. O. DAVIS. FAIMI SALE! GEORGE Q. KARNES. into their Merrot: thou united!" .Suiclv euro as Mill Nye who lecturedwhile the I.'idcrkr.iii7. Hall, honor, hu not tho .. .. reachcrs. the Jiintinrv limit Iiiih PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, it ouulit to eoiitent uk to hi ow the levi evniiuelistH took the tuiinll. lower one. a,;'4A in, ituHled on tin Stanford and Crali come. u inoiioioly of Much iliity work; while Hut Hill Nyu'sgospol will draw huttur iin hard nikc, near Walnut not. tor particular God Is JLovc nucl ivv. li C. IIVWA KKS. last two day bave been hvelv addre than mine, till the luillenuiuiii. After in the our dear (iod appear In ills lovely IilHC. Crali Urihard, Ky. the way rf changing lesidences. In ''" Office next door to Whitehead' tore. Drus of "healing all that are oppressed of the that I can leave him in the rear, Speehl attention fUen to diseases of children laci.our auciotii ami nouorame village Ml We left Ixiuisvillo on the midnight 1 It A ISM UlIIO IiOUU. devil." 1)1 LUJ31MJLo, 111. U.,' Idds fair to soon btMli.sciibed as a suburb U. li. Once this fundamental point it fettled train ofThurMduy, the L'Oth hint. Had n ofltilletown." Thosubsidencoof festlii- STANFORD, KY. MtCoMiiCm, Mi.ss., I)i:c. '.'(, ' in the mind. hcliohiir nmver becomes' veiy pleiiMant journey to New Orleans, ..., 43,... I ant t kak IxTEMiouf very heartily the leality it in. tiii: km oomzkii avknik whom we arrived hut ."0 minutcH late on tics has left us nhont as gloomy as the' ,)m e opposite " erave. and no news of intoicst in rcceiv ' grieved we nil nio that ourdenr editor rinioi mi vmiii ii 01 it i.on .v ox Saturday morning. Our hoy met us at ll.ivine rcmrved to this place Irom Liberty, to ............ ..m .. . ,..... ......... mi umii nil.' piiiuruiiiiiu .nniiiu ti uu nrartli-- ".hi. nmfefttion. call the uttrntion of the . . .. ... I)H s,r;i:r kiiiisMiho.- mi.h . I.... in niiin pacing through the dismal exfor Mich the I.. A: N. station. Imagine tho happy ft. un mnu .'itit T.'.t ,..tl t.l. pun lie 10 iiik 111 mill.1lie mill uc rmu i.n imp Dr. Haves .,. i an noui .....I ...."..,... !..iv.10, quiniy wt nur nr. .r. , IIWIII IWilt.--l liri fw,, ', . ...l, . In nn,.v w. IIIILHI Bou. ,tl,".l. were Ill llWPI Stanford and IM, ...Vnl f..S. Mjers' store and they wUI bcuttend91of renewed hodily suH'ering. i nur make-uncccviitv of meeting' H'e went at once to the Illi ptrience ,J. jean olhli lite and such the Vurd crS. in spent Western Kansas a harrowing account of Thirty nom Central depot, and were hooii spin- He haw the fervent prayer of the lioupe thcce administrative nctr., that even .. a eu n, iiuinpur. ne luvni unnecesiary j. Starford.Ky iiiuuiiu, IU death Of Mr. John T. I atcH, Who , pliyicUnu anO Mirgeon ioA peaK oi nisauiuiy 6j .h.ircof the pitron. J.ancas-- 1 vine Your r. must nc.jds for his spi'cdy iccovury. Halt upon the ning along the margin of Ijike PontthurofT,taiiford and ic niiy iVed ihe people perished in a "blizzard" on the prairie ase ter correspondent hits the nail exactly threshold, until human wills invite it to tndii en route to Hammond. There we on the night of Tuesday, Dec. L'ftth. Mr. on the head, touching HiIh whole liiinr-- l romo In. A ml prayer, 'earnest and spent a delightful day, guests ofour Dea Yates had gone out some distance to I emlores every word and icitenite, vent, issimplv that mil render of the hu con, and at his bachelor (punters. Hy look after a railroad contract he was sucourage to man will to the divine that seeks itsown the night train we resumed our journey, tin. hold truths he hai the pervising and started home in his bugage, when our no longer, hut meekly says: "Not mine mn! befoie 10 o'clock were in our old pen, in this gy in the afternoon. Some four or live THE GEHTS' FUMISIIER, Wearen i bijf yard at the one purchaied of Mr will carry ticnl i accused of doing what nono hut a hut Thine." For this surrender, Iajvk rooms, looking so home-lik- e and natural miles from home he encoiritered one of llendet lumber in rough and dremed, I do. I ever waits without, "its head wet with that the intervening year seemed a large line ol window aine, door, and jhinclei, devil would have the heart to 513 4th St., Louisville. those terrible snow storms so common lathi, po.li.ind the picket fence formerly told by hope his hmve words will reach some dew; its locks with the drop of the dream. Cousins Heberaud. Mary, Hugh, in the West anil became completely beS. G. HOOKER Mr. Wearen. iviyr rhefahioii of the day in the Genu' Furniih. , sluggard couscienccH, that are not total-- night;" and when bidden to come in, Hannah, Walter and Brit, the coach wildered. His horse was found and am will alwayt br found in my lore. paralyzed by false teaching. Verily, j tfru; but vor nnour.; though two hearts dogs, the tleer, the ponies, all in tatu 'uo. brought in the next day. After a thor- agent lor the IndianipolU Steam Laundry, the ! COTTAGE it ii u time to speak out on this subject. uro breaking under the dreary strain of Am! the loving welcome, so fresh and ough search the fragments of the buggy belt I.aundrr in the world. "Hut I would rather hnve Ciod Inliitt separation. Thus "fearfully and won-ti- generous and hearty! It was worth the were found in a gulch into which the My cnttaze on t'pper Main street, Stanford, . HAVS troke of suirering than the devil, If derfully are we made," ami this meeting 1,000 miles' travel to meet it and enjoy horse had evidently fallen. The body C. W. MKTCAtr. not to W. II. lliggint' residence. Alto the cothad the ohoice. It would be perfectly of two "made for each other," ns the it. How the weary pilgrims slept that of Mr. Yates was found on Thursday aftage next door, now occupied by Mr. J. P. Davis METOALF & HAYS, l'osesion to first named given at any time and to night; how refreshed they met around ternoon nhont a mile distant from the intolerable, if I thought the devil did it. ..savior and the sinner me Is most latteronNo uth.MRS. LOTTIE HOLM ES, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. Danville, Ky let my Heavenly Father alllict me. iiiently biought about only through the the late breakfast next morning; how de- wreck. He seemed to have persevered V1 !lo I know it is H( I can eiiduie it."sutii'ringsour own wilfulness insists opHARHOURVILLEand PINEVILLE.KV. lightful it was to meet the dear old in his ellbrts to work his way out until s', nay many. on; not through our Savior' choice. And congregation twice in holy servi- overcome by cold nnd exhaustion belaid Will practice in any court in Kattcrn Kentuctty. aipecialty. Kamination of land I'hiM has a pious sound, but will, when wheie ces, again, I cannot write, but leave for himself down and died. Mr. Yates was siie tractt of timber, title made mineral UndsAn) lifcs above for coal and Im found as scllish as it is im-- ! Hhip, loving imagination to do its work a Keutuckian, brought up near Kdmor.-- nale. Informntion lurnished on any point and corami the heart desired (iotl's HEALER IN i respondence solicited , tur exalted, whatever becomes of self, upon. ton, in Metcalf county. After his mar, In the first place, how do you know divine alchemy can tin all suH'ering to The weather, except one day, has been riage he moved to Kansas, he was ROWLAND, KY., t tolera-- ' j,,)ld. that your suH'ering would be h heavenly, like at i'flbest esteemed as an active ami valuable bit as coming fnnu the devil? Youhave, in Kentucky. The balm of bitruiugpine Thank titxl! that this "out of the Han Moik complete in all its department ami prosperous in business and enjoydesire to call the attention ol the public to their tried it. Others, who have fully cr comes meat; out of the stmng wafts its sweet odor to our appreciative ing the confidence of the people. His TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. tock of Mcn'i and lloyi' C'lothiug, Hats, Cap., Iloou, Shoo, Dry (ioodn, Notions and Family both plans, will tell you, without m'ss;" and "all things work together for olfactories, at every turn. The roses still young and lovely wife is described as Having recently eiuipped a fine Roller Mill in Groceries. Country produce taken in exchange a Hjnglo dissenting voice, that It rolls a good;" not only for "those who love bloom. And I have worn a collar five we defy any Mill to fonroodn Will he our Chri.tma Stock by Deoverwhelmed by the burden of her fear- the town iifSianforJ thatwe think the mountain burden from the soul to know (iod" the "few chosen" but also for days, without the soil of bare Ii hours ful grief. Gentle hands are seeking to equal in quality of flour, county pride citliem ol cember ut Call in and look at it. enough tc the county .hould nave to in- the same patronixe anil that the good Ood Inunotjiingtodowith that larger in smoky Ijuisville. the "many called" uphold her and gentle spirits striving to form whom it suttainconcern that We wiih in the we are may it, hut to pity, deplore and relieve just Kiccording to His puiose." The lirst (Jko. O. Hvhnks. Kver in Jesus, will at give comfort, but the case is too terrible market to buy ) our wheat and corn and mv, cive the hiffheit market orice for same. We what any sympathising friend at your' "through green pastures and beside still "" for human alleviation. She refuses to have added some ne machinery to our corn meal MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. With what emotions water" find that (iod is (iod: the latter meal bedside does. suit and can A Executor of Mrs E M. Carpenter, dee'd, I consider the proposition of returning to department cannot lienow mike by any toother any iU sell e.iualled " person It publicly! s p til. at the courthoiwe on wiuld you regard your sympathetic through the furnace llres make the Thomas Miiplct is building a large her native State, for "Her heart in his in this vicmitv W e solicit a trial in our flour and All itaiiui; srain in our line meal department who holds your fevered baud, if aycd but same discovery, in due time. barn. grave is lying." She expresses simply a for sale will nlr.i.c cm at the Mill, where oil) Monclny, 7, 1888, m u knew that he had. anything to do iVar Walton, youhave notriierfriends U.tker has sold his stock of wish to lie buried bv the side of her hui- - agent "111 be found at all times, who will give the Co.inty Court day, in Stanford, Ky., a tr. best prices lor sime. iiran ana snipitun aiway, with your millering, in bringing itabout, nor more fervent trusters for your recov-ti- t groceries to Win. Sow tier. W. N. POTTS. in stock. band. Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co her actively or pcrtulvdvely; or for, t.ry than this little Troupe, who, in their lt tf. Tract of Land of 188 Acres, Little Annie May, aged one month, vor.r good? Just think. Then how wanderings, pray for your delierance daughter of Win. Hanks, died Sunday of LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Thirty of which are in cultitatiou with good dwel iiik and stable and the remainder in white wf.til' you go to work to pray for deliv (rom the bauds of him who hates von, spinal trouble. 0.1k :md hickory two mi es west of Huston villi-R. B. The National Hank declared its regWill be sold in ij acre ts or as a whole. Also a r.tnfe, intelligently? Our very instiiii - iand delights to do us all the mischief N'imrod Smith, living on Line Creek ular 4 percent. dividend of acres of knob land near Stanford Ky. Terms . !...!...... III tive, inntautaiicoufl ajiproacheH to ailoe can, .vim you win ouit irusi it lost Ids house with its contents by fire a January 1st. cash, or notes made negotiable and payable m SUCCrSSOR TO- ine farmers' National bank ithapprnel security on ' throne of grace," show that we don't dear (iod, ami through all this htilleiing few nights ago. It A CARPENTER There was but little drinking here j M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, iv months time nially believe our own theories. Mot vindicate and justify Him, this shattered Executor. Klijah (.irider, aged &), who had his uttriiig me Holidays aim me season wiih i illogical are our prayers, while holding bone will be turned to a triumphal car, burial clothes and cottlu made two weeks Gll 4TU AVRNUE. passed ill a pleasant, quiet way; every that intlnite wiwlom ami love are engng- - in which you may go foith "coniuering since, is yet living. I889. body seemed to be having a good and LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. el ui causing us suH'ering. Surely lull-- ; nnd to compter" every spiritual foe that .Miss fc'.dlie Isaacs, while visiting the happy time, ami now all have settled ' ite "wisilom ami love" can lie trusted- henceforth stands in life's pathway, to family of Ttios. Northern, near Wildie, down to face the meat and bread ipies-- . The Nobbiest & Most Stylish carry on their own work, till the tie- h.nr your entrance to th,glory. this county, died of heart disease Satur- tion for another year. ILLUSTRATED. yor s red end is accomplished; and our pray-- : friends to whom the Intkiiioii day. Stock of A. II. Hice has sold his stock of Harper ilarar wdl cnntinue to maintain lU rep and im-- jf(M.s I will add that our vi.sit to r (or relief are Iroth M. K. Ihirton and .Miss Sallie Hroylcs hardware to It. S. Haselden, who will utatton as an unequalled family journal Its urt For they are an assertion vtllo was a continuous delight. T!e were married at i'lato last week. Jasper illustrations are of the h.if;hcsl order, its literature add it to his stock of tinware. M. T. is of the choicest kind and its Kashion and House that "intlnite wisdom ami love" don't skittish and tickle "prtW gave u- - seer-kno- Thompson and .Miss Laura Thomas Mills A Co., a new linn, will open a hold Departments of the most practical and eco 1101111c.1l character It pattern sheet supplements about. That the al fair and kindly teport of services, as clopett to Jellico Sunilay and were mar what they are and fashion plates alone will v.inc it readers ten boot a'nd shoe store in the room vacated t t lured subject of lliese wise and loving well as one or two that "made the scalp the cost of subscription, us articles on times ried. I... ..,! IK.... U'l.ll..... I.Mlll.1,.11.4 ..Ill li. ..... .rv dccuratiw ait, social etiquette, housekeeping, I. t Illl 1 IfllllM, ni.,lr t xoreises, prays for a "change of venue rise, and the sensitive ciiticulo turn to K. K. Kvans, of Zanesville.O., the obliging clerk. cnoken, etc, make It indiscernible to every house Judge Call on him and Ever brought . j lh city ol Louis ille, n.w open huld. "Its bright short stories and timely essays - not being satisfied with what "wisdom "gooe tlesh." On the whole, "they did has purchased the interest in the ltedd are amuntf the bc,t published; and not a line 'h take tit. including the admitted to its lotmnns that could offend the most and love" are combining to do for t lie ns proud," liecau.--e the people turned faun owned by dipt. A. 11. F.vans, near fastidious taste. Anions the attractions of the new patient's good; and thcrvfoie is longing' out rather unmistakably. I auicontinli- - this place. The place contains 1,71)0 .m":,r;r';t1!:;il',;,,t,n";!;!KHoX&joHKB.sTETs)N&co-s.HATtoliiine will be serial stones hy Mrs. Francis Ilodg son llurnctt, Mr Black and take the whole matter out of their ally forgetting that the newspaper is but acres. of KnKluh l!.it Thomas Hnrdy, andAlexander, William on nurcr HllStOnville this Vear. Mrs. H. M. Hal- - Anil a my own import il a sene (it pRpers loving hands. and Ljon's ni.inntieineiit b Mm Christine Tcrhunc Herrick An eleisiiit lui ol MM and larellex of public opinion, not of one's ..l..nt., ...... John Luutz has moved from Lily to t.. ..v ...,., ........ ..lli . .. f..,wlc :... ami Caps ........ n,,,, )it iter pntyer means this, or else it is own. It sits with a pen in its right hand Pine Hill. Gentry F.vans moved from Stanford, is at home ai;aiu. to the le- - r..t. 1. uil t t.i tir.l ,a nlu.ns mi hitnl Winf I e frenzied utterance of juin, (hat nnd the public pulse under the three Hurnside to Maretburg and Cireen 1'Msh ligbt of her new made friends here. V. SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, I news not what it is wiving. In either hlngerh of the left, carefully counting the from tins place to a farm on Itenfro's (). Itignev has been engaged as salesman Per Year: .( or (.Ia.s. ami. nt ur Fur, n siii llv liructs out- Harper s Ilarar im', it deserves no anwer bests. Of course we would always like Creek by Itillloil A Co., and Olir young flielld ,i(leof city solicmd, pcrfct satisfaction Kuar.in. Harper's Maritime 4 o. w ivlom and love." the "dailies" to take us at our ow n esti- 4 0.1 Our town is full of Murphyitcs. So Clav Hamilton, one of the best hoxs and iced Dunt tail t..nr.irra NOimv hat. u ty Harpei'i Weellj M irper's fho common souse fact Is that iiravei. miiti. lint li,r Mnnnt nul nvUi onnjf People many have lesolved to "let m" that clerks that ever gave fair weight, will it all sticli ini(s, is exactly the appeal the "slaugliter of innocent'," will contin- - good red liipior goes begging. Postnue Face to all subscribers in the I rated About the clerk for Mr. Theodore Curiey this "st.ti,. Canada or Mexico we make to the nearest doctor wliuii wo lUr., r0r the publit is a veiv .1WrA, and 1.1th it will bo going at a premium, pro year. X. II. Woodcock luw taken the of the Hax.u will begin uith the ; without stopping to think, how xpaies nor age uorscx. The newspaper vided there is any loft. first number for J.inuar) of each Jpnr When n "grip" nnd U mi the road again, having time is mentioned, sabscriptionx will begin with lasphemous the action is, on the theory feeds this insatiate maw. At intervals, a Dr. Win. Itoynolds is in from Ar- made an engagement with the grocery the number inrrent at the time of receipt of order 'hat (Jod sends a back, or head, or stom- - niomeutary stand is mftde against this kansas visiting friends in this county. lirm of A. It. Clarke & Co, of CincinnaHound sublines of llmper' Ilanr fur three e.irs AIIE TIIO.SK 1VIIO FOLLOW neat iloth binding, will he sunt by mail baik No sttue man at such ' and unpalatable truths are Win. Dcltord luiis moved from I'ulaski ti. N'ath's long line of friend will be postpaid, or by express free of expense, pros ids .' . iiincture. to sa"The l.onn sends told. Hut not for long. It "live, move to hovel Ureeu. Two of A. ,1. the treiglit does not evceed ptr volume, forj- l'ike's glad to look upon his face and welcome Practical Economy in all Things. per volume. H,is pain for my good, blessed be His lio- - and has its being'' on iopiilarity. It can brothers from Toxmure iMting lelatives his jokes ami jaw again. C'lmli c.i.eis for each ulum, nuitable for bind y name; and now, will not think of in- - n0t atlortl to be otherwise. Therefore, nitf, ill be sent h mail penpals! oil receipt of i in the county. William is a candidate cucli mid w "it, like thr world, Such habits and practice are largely Tildeii, .Seymour, Hendricks, McClelti tfering with the wisdom and love of for school superintendent. Thomas Kemitlanccs should be niiide bj; uoateUict inonc) retched a for.k... land, Hancock and Manning lived to see due to a knowledge of the outside world order or dralt, tua. old clisuice nt lesis. n y good lloaveidv Fsther, Who hast Wkrt i..imn will move to the Heaver Creek I don't know tliat one has a right to srVAn&,!rs are m nt this chastisoment as a proof of His the democracy triumphant; (ir.int, Conk-lin- and its affairs, gained from careful study without the. epr net tn eallV tbli iidierti.emi.nt Mines. order ofllarper.s. Ilrotbers I will let Him I.og.ui and Arthur lived to see the and reading of the better class Of MetIIOi.iternalairectlon. titn v l"rivl with the newspaper .for that. Such as Addre HARP1 R.V HKOTIIEKs, New York lOL.Tt.V XKWM'.VfKr..beT1,,,.v would soon sink tlieniselves if tl.oy The Hieliardson Drug lluilding of republican party defeated. Four yeais .ut His wise plan for mv good, and ll(,i,t parties, however stories and other property at St. l.ouis ago these men were living; they uite resigned to His holv will till 11k !h " t0 ! 9. leased to lift His loving'hand and Iliu- - meritorious. Still, a poor fellow, strug- were destroyed to the amount of half a are on the other shore. Tour veins ' lko a help- - million. Kli"" for tlw. ii!itimi'u lif.i tli.is liHl.k rr.r relievo mo." , . and if. hand wsAr m.w lie will .. ;...!. - tiV..f ...;. I Worth, Merit Mau.U Kntorpri-o- head the ili.it Monmls tiioits and is certain-!"" " '""" "' V "."- "' o ..I the Knqulicr certainly get it, when lie don't. Tlio x,.o.l I h:iv that such follv is Bucklen's Arnica Salve. iv i..l,.l linen m..i..mh,.........v g. ... J ""Si"; ' In i.v.,i-i- IS, I, c .111111 1.,,. .....I m0lern journnlism II I.ISIIIA'IEI) lllll IIVll The best sahc In the world tor cuts, bruises not going to be idle during the udminte iiovnr u'itnehsed ill actual exiienenee.' Jl.MI'lilP, 1, ,HJI1 I .III lis mammoth si.e cives room for thirty down, got oilers of millions, in loan-s- sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feversnres, tetter, chap, tratiou of llnrriton. .Many personal l'ac ll.irter's Masaiae is the most useful, enter- with which we U, I ho promptitude per cent, ..,,. renting IN iiifonnali uininil allJ beautiiul periodical in the orld Jf ped Hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup- toiri in Atueiican politics will bo clin i of because they didn't need it dollar. new ns with one accord" desire to get rid news and intelligence is from the IllOit AmonK theattrailiiius lor tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay resuueriug-utte- rly oblivious of the "wis- - tlltv hud. been really in want, the banks quired. It is guaranteed to he perfect s.itlsl.ic-lio- nitted befoix'the next campaign nnd ma iflliiblo sources, direct from a corps of el" vvonrdlu.'tr " wiuihl have closed on them like elnin- a series ill ar- peare's Comedies by li A Abbe v new ones adtled. Ixniisville Times OVCr tweilty-flvhundred or money refunded Price 1$ cents per box. domainl love" that indicts .. 11.. tides on Russia illustrated by I.ile IhuUtrup, "hells and let them "go to grass." R Penny, Stanford, Ky and For sale by A. reprCiCllting tho lllteiesta of the u.e Ih.niinloi. ..f Canada and a charai no of two things: Father that we aie Warner, three Knowing all this and being, in virtue crial Weekly Enquirer in every IKirt of the lemtii ri.1.111 by Ihatles The Wisest Gift. hcpeles reprobates, in astute of chronic Similes' lis- llinrnslierlie llftirlisnil. "Viiru . . A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. ........ ."-.-'J. I bought my wile a sehct sack.'' calling, theoretically above praise illustrated; 'Commodus," n historical pla by I'Ullllll f, wilful rebellion against (iod, to the of nnd an It Illustrated b J. K Thus proudly boasted Mr. Uroxtn. tbeauthurof ......,, ,,f r.nr lii,. nr- Unit we in. or blnnio from this powerful "fourth ea- - per, was justsavedordinary scrap of wrapping pa A Public Itonefartor beyond all . ..-1 he Kditorial Itepartincnts are i WeRiieliu. ....! " her life She wus in the last "She'll be, uith that upon her back, but hecaus' abilulcly free and conducted b (eori;e William Curtis, William stinctively and truly believe i whatever tato;" it is strange, how, notwithstand- stages, of consumption, told by physicians that dame in ion 11." The of all combination, pools, trusts, Dean lluwells and Cnarle lludle) Warner Hut civet sack or diamond ril'j; nur theory may bo) that "an enemy hath ing theory, printer's ink tastes, sweet or she was incurable and could only li c a short time ; syndicates and organizations. Cam teach as the case may be. "While earth sheueighet! less than 70 pounds. On a piece of Call briiitf no balm to sufTerin); wl'e. bitter, tlOlie tills, lllltl wu uro mmi;r nu uuua- truth and state fact of immeasurable beneKasorlte Prescription is the t'niiK I suppose it will ever be wrapper paper she read of Dr. King's New Distions to Hubmit to his malicious torments remaineth" fit to the jveople at large. covery, and got a sample bottle ; it helped her, she Toae her precious life. Per Year.for a moment longer than we can conve- thusly. The ureal and oereli;n reinsdy, know ibe bought a lar;e Uitt e ii;helped her more, bought on Commercial Affairs and Market Reports Harper's Maanne 1 knew It was "Christmas times" anil tlimmatlon, (mm emy know vvuU.r ,, the country, Harper's Weekly another and Krcu better fast, continued Its use and world oser, for all female troubles, niently get rid of them. 4 00 , , ,, the purses of all were strained to the ut- is now strons, healthy, rosy, plump welching 140 cruet nacKacnes, anu interna, imp accmen s ts t.r. , 4 00 ,t ,s ,e Ono Harpci's Ilarar d , And yet 1 writo these lines with 2 00 most to meet home calls. So, that the pound, Kor fuller particulars send stamp to W. Pierce's haoril- Prcscrirtbn. It is the only Kiiar "illy Taper that can fill the place of mv Harper's Youna: Pcop'u of dashing myself against a on every bottle vsrup Trial bottles of anteeJ cure. Sie II. Cole, druKiiist, Fort Smith. Postage free 10 all subscribers in the United entrenched prejudice; and usual remuneration for our services this wonderful discovery 'free ;.it A. It. Peuii)" per eral, where only one can be afforded. MalakoiT of heavily on willing but drugstore Itcosts$l.l5ayear, yet renders a nervicu States, Canada or Mexico. a placid repetition of that mangled anil might not press ,,, ,n ...., nl,t1111P)l . from two tn lira wr icrce . . ene.s. Kenny laxause .rau.se.y, really unable pocketa, I made my lec'1 lie volumes of the M.ij;.uine benin with lha Scripture: "Whom the cith.irtic according to dose, ascents. Eupepsy. car. "Ixjat Ten Tribes" pay lectimes that sum through other journals. Numbers for June and December of each begin Ixrnit loveth He chaHteneth," will bo tures on the When uo time is specified, ubtcriptions will Is what )ou ought to have, In fact, you This Economically it is the Cheapest, becaux) with the number current at the time of receipt of tiov. Hill recommends that the counted a Btitlicient answer to it nil; tures. It was something perfectly new must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands are Largest and Best. The best evidence order. nictnoralizo Congress to make the without a single languid attempt to in- in our experience; but I was clear on the searching for it dail), aud mourning because they Hound soluinesof larucr'i Magazine, for three is comparison or trial. Get a sample copy thousands of dot baiL. neat r othbindin,;. terpret it in it way to relieve the diame- subject, because I went to the l.onii find it not Thousand upon people in the hope the presidential term six years, the hold- free, or hand your subscription to our mail postpuidillon receipt of Jj per will be sent by solume Clow about it. I still think I did right. I lars are spent annully!by our ar.il contempt. er to bo inelegible thereafter for tho po- agent or the postmaster. for bindins 50 nuts each, by mail, postpaid cases ter of Cioil of odium this boon. And yet it may may would do it again. Of course the audi- - that they all. attain Kuiran,ce that Electric Hit- sition, but to be a life niemoer of the We Well, it is a relief to "say one s say" Index, to Harper's Maicadnc, alphabetical, ana be had hy to 70, Inclusiic, nces dwindled. Hut the SlfiO tho lee- - ters, If used according to directions and the use Senate. I, ileal and classified, for volumes THE DAILY ENQUIRE!!. in tho premises, and to shake oncrelf 1 mo. 3 mo$. 6 mm, yr. from June, 1850, to June, iS3j. one volume, Svo, tures netted were spread over such a persisted in, will bring you Good Digestion and cloth, $(. loose from companionship witli thoso Kdison, America' great inventor, will Sinuloy and Pally ...fl.AO U7.'i S7.0t)SU( felt oppressed. oust the Demon Djspepsia and instsll instead made Illy except Sunday, 1.25 3.1 600 liuu Kemittanies should be chancehy postoflicc who profess to think bo illofGod; 11s that large surface that none of loss. Wc commend Electric llitltrs for draft loaxoid Kupepsy, havo to fall back on Cantor's mage reason He would tor And that was what I wished. I'ridenml fnr Hue of Liver, Stomach and tu copy this advertisement and all diseases Ncvsspapers are cholera cine. Sold k Warrant- JOHN R. MoLBAN, Publisher, without the express not order of Harper A llrothers" pwrw would both have been better per boitle by A. R chicken Kidncji. Sold at 50c and ture one of His wretched creatures for n Address HAKPKK HKOTHKUS.New York. lit ed by Mcltobeits & Stagg. OIUCIMHATI. O. wM have had such an audi- - Penny's drugstore.,. come thou not1 Awl ' "Ofi my roul, Nothing ....:." . ...''... FOR i ' mt vjcRrcr, ., r 377-t- f. - -' - i', .... i !.. coun-nou- ... 1 r.t 1 ..... e I , . p .11 .. ... - l , 1)1- !. .1 ....J.. 1. WW... . ' fer-n- I WOOD WALLACE, BOMBBftTAKD slack-twiste- tfiRSaWSM'S FOR RENT 11 en-l- y ne -- 1 n 1 fre-N- -' ;j-l- f Me-Co- I Uod-worshi- p J. H. HXX.TOT, charac-pM-r.- i. (.1i-tf- ) 11 cit'-ze- n, NOTICE General Merchandise, cat-nev- er sweet-tcst'- d PiniBM AOk d, ' January j GEOGHEGAN, , .semi-annu- . 11 I a -- ' j Harper's Bazar, d 1 0r i houis-iKitinen- t. w ; id A T S 9 vorld-reiiun- el S i 11 f .,!... t fn. . 1:1 Harper's Periodicals M from-'lnttn- itej . . - ( THE MOST in ' s hm-ill- Successful in Life j uh-ach- iis, 111 1 1 Me-Forr- ..mk-.;t- h g, ! -, ' "ll'l'' l- (S to-da- ' lwo-'llilio- w "l,,l I The Weekly Enquirer " i. i... ,'"- 111 - S" .... Harper s Magazine, n it-p- rows 11 c f;. ,,,,, J Sf -- l or -- - - lUH-n- v iif-v- i com-jiariot- i, 11 iinle-peiHlc- Harper's Periodicals! - 1 villi 11 nsim-plosens- o - I I 1 much-abuse- d J cs 1 1 k Ds-pepsl- a witis-momen- t. h . - .1. L ! CRAB ORCHARD. J. N. Huston, of ndiann, in be- - ; S ( v ing boomed for a Cabinet position. Mrs. K! V. Jone'rt hrm en hands n James McMillan Imsbien nomina- handsome lot of millinery goods, which to muv ted bv the Michigan she will hell nt cost from now until Feb. lliel.Vimte. Stanfokd, Kv, Jasuahy 1,1880 0.0(I 'Mr. 1st. Call and see them. to the disappointment nnd My accounts are nil ready for settleof his par ment nnd I ask those who owe me to worry over the W. V. WALTON. don paper, Hopkins condition is regard please romo forwanl at once and pay Another operation has Uicm el as rritk-.ilm, thtf mom,y ml lHfct Tiir.editor's w.ndition continues favor-- , just heen peifouned on him. The !' j( K. YV. Jonen. able and he begins to long for a ictuin tidily Hunk i.iciik will no uouuihcuii n ,w , v., FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. .i..i;,.u i,.. u will be .....m.m uto Semi-Week- ly ' Interior Jour! tttt. -a- " .BARON -?i the Lift, (MUNCHAUSEN. lllaliir; nt llir Most A l.l.tr of Hip renin-illlir- -- ,,,,,. 1. i non-nnivi- ,.;, Does any one nowadays read Iliv.'oii Miinehnuscii, or has ho boon ipilto mi porsetled by Jules Verno nnd other In l7N up. modern wonder-workers- ? penred u nnmitlvo of 'Marvelous l.ut O.iturj. i ' l 'Ao-ffi- L ZDIRCTGr-GKES- PENNlf e: R,. &c 0"E"W"E33 KERr DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. HJ IIIO r y A SHE MEANT BUSINESS. ate. .. land . . . . Hronek, tlio unicngo lllw ...--. v.. ...... ....- MriiiitflHinlril IVcmitii Cri'tlc Com. .. , ... IO VAIll' !lll - . liTiiHtliMi In a ilrokfi'' Oilier. senie.ieeu e..u-s....ball)i J)r. .,..;. chinn, pent hist sum- . .n-- .. woman "Sir." Mild ii pnsonmeni ior rijii"iii i . died nt llt'l liiiiiiino nt iiw.r iirini4. Inspector Honfield. into i. !.. i ..,.1......... 'r..,c,i,iv nt tli nnii. wearing n black dre- - as sin, ' , H oltlco, 'this Is The announcement is made tliatl .... ..-. ., ... ., ... .. . uiev.eiuiiui ..in i .it.. . tVII "UUIJI, tllll I II i..,.!,..,..! s.i rresiueni w" Pi'iiNim. miii.Kv..i , , uiit D. C, atter the, viepa-etow, regain fiuK.m, ,liM,)U, ., "Ibis - the ilae wh iv men buy nl term. elrtso nMi ....! .!.... ! cheat .lnI..l,ol,aH1H!el.nt.ti..!urtfI,!,,0,,,H:,, ine lemaiiis oi ,!, ot.ior i: cnureii luesiiav evening, and rob their best fr!umi and imikt. l,ns been appointe.l in that capacity, m u LJ vSJ urimiiialn of thenis'vH. ain't It?" genend passenger and ticket agent of the ,n VvMvWry , u M then' In s.iceiihitiiigheio, Queen & Crescent route. " m, )f ., U)X ,.OI1,ollVU of of cour-- e hut ..... .... .mil ..1 ill ihiiiir ii ii.r. .11. . ii n .11. II. I.llltil, .i.v.j frieuiN, who had gatheieil to lmy the 'Dnn't talk to iiil--. know- all about Scan citicn, is endeavoiing to sccuie the last tnbute to the dead, who was so well It, I tell yo i. A mini buys stock that bones of Christopher Columbus for e.- - known hcie. Mis. Lillaid, wlio was he known he hiisn't tho nionov to pa hibition in the museums. Miss Susie Craig, was the daughter ofj for; nnii he'll s0U r.itclr that h knows 11 M. Smith t Co., iiianiifactureisi Dr. John Craig and sistei of Mr. James aiu I worth u cent to lns Imst friutnl. and deulers in agricultural implements T. Craig, and until herinarriagein March "Mich tilings, of eour-o- , do linpjwu, " ,, at tticli.nono, a., ... num.. .. -.,,.vw, j,,, S(L but Is.., o Mr know thev "Mop butting' ma ' nient. Liabilities s,..,,(H. D.uighteis was a gniduate of liiiipeu all the time. Then ,ou (;ut -T- homas Carpenter aged ''- -. ,aVc. the time she spent there was con- poor clerks to come liere and rjKiou- liiiiihulfntllorbe Cave, Hart county. He, l.i- I.e.- le. ..; , large farm ami was ' . ...... lato and e their moiie. and then ,....,.' had iiiht nui cliabed a " lw '" ' 1."?. "T. ' .7 "7 " rob their employer, and Io- that, too. . i,n1Ml financial condition. ... n SWWH Tl Mill ... .... lllli'S "III M U I' ...w. ....... ud bank cashiers are rohhud hero .Vatchtv. .struck a icef; The ,ow ,WP" , mvoU) ,,, h ,iai near ' fo.eherwo.na.il.ood. .Mih. Lillaid had t0 rallt(1(l m. thtt .llM,,t,..,t!,irv. I?s "i"1 iy ilainage... .no me.s we.e o,, ,, u u,o clli(j(i)U1 Clu.ich,!aU ya...hli..g and robbery and you fe ,n .. U...H ...... i...h ..... holding her nieiiibeiship in that Uliuieli know it." ..,..?. , The engineers decline the (J ....IjUUiuiuii p.... J'W. . madam, that vou . mit so Ul 111.1 m, tn. .... .... .. at IIIU ,1111V nti,..h.u,u -n :. .1 ....... .it triKo Mill on. ...iv .im ua, ,fe ,im, huJ .n .n iarietl u 8tl.oll,lN ,,,,,,,,.,.,1 , , uHt!M1. bao i((. .s ..Wl, i'M,m 10 h.ippori .uu 1,1,,.. s, opposed to U?" th(il thut (1vmI wns ji()t mril io ,,,, i,111i1tl.11i,s,.... "I gather Unit yon nro from vour ro- , natural that tliey are geii.ng mck ... u ( . n '"'"M .w.. ,...........f -A- lthough Uiiistiaii is a Ihibition mUxnMv b(.g.tn t() marks." mfl New hra snyn tU.,.oo ' J"1 ""decstand it. tlmfn county the ilW (J its ,,ovu.rei Kvm tiling wasdone' .,,ent for Cluistmas xyjiiy alone, J(, (U.urtll(. )Hst,lst tt,li(;h WUSh0 ,,,!,,. all. Xow. what I waul is a Mralght whirh was brought through ftom ( larks- - ly developing, including a vein's, sojourn Ul "" ,hU L,lio" ('"'h"l'"w If uhe' going up I want to know it, ville, Louisville ami .Mismuie. in California; the best medical assista in e but the bottom is going to drop out weieinvet-eDuring w.ih procured; loving friends adininintei- - of the whole tiling inside of four in the South, of which Alabama ed to hei every want, but alas! death hour. I waul to know that, too. I've the higlie.st.,.,amount, . MH'J in.V 11111)1111(1 s OI1s-MH- I c: llllll IIIO ..rvrvruvl lutn had claimed her as his ow 11, and on ,Jw-:nda-Mil piibswl from tliisj hnircloth sofa, and I'm willing to give uZ, li in mlroa ?700 000,0a) have bee a Uitlw mh Mnft ier - ,hni toll nave i.een oiinuin-- of which juahki ii tboseoipnuse to Hun in bom Hliehadl mo of a dead Mire thing to put tho ,... ...r f,,.tl, Mru t.llli..il 1i.f.v..siil.iiu. sofn moiii.v Inlo. -If eon Ifnt.U' nf ..i... ailueu. ' ' J i - t lL.i.,n. "7." imndunil two children, Ashlev and Sa- - t dug npeak -l- m.... tir..n v, oin ii .iimi iiick while tho olfer j riouMoftl.eHat(lcdgang,.f , ,o uni, , orl- Trihunr. 1(,SI(t.L.ti;,.v, who luUM-A- V, ,..., , ginin baHbeenk.lled by o.l ccih of he, 1l..l.ir.. ........ . ., 'W.w.w ilvmtr IIIW WI11IU ICMOllll, ....n. He Liked Them, Too. 'iiii 'vt n iiu "'"K .......! ,1.... ....1 f'.o.l II,.- - ""1 """wiMli"l""'-tllt,ir lifiirls thatbalinwhicli T been paid l.v a 1i..,,v "Maria," said Mr. .loncs, crossly, "I tied had ,., xv v.. ,,.! eaith cannot give. ,' wlali to goodness .lou'd stop chewing i uiinii, ulierm oi iMicii.iiiiiu that gum. It's enough to drive a mini killing Jell McCoy, of I'ike county, Ky, CHURCH AFFAIRS. distracted to hear his wife Hinaek, was intiodiucd A joint lcsohition -- Kev. W. II. .Miinnell's Central .mis smack, smack like that when ho's try- i.. .!. iin.iM. l.v Mr. oiinirer. nronos ul' ing to rest." a constitutional amendment extendini: ion, Louisville, won IoOmiuIs toCluist 'i'lii not eliowliwirmii." years; inal.- - hihtye.tr. . tho picsideiitialteini to six "What are j on doing, thon?" The additions of the recent piotrac-ttoing thepicsident ineligible for "Hating chestnuts." abolishing the electoral college ed meeting ran the l'.uis Cliiistian There was sllouc! for a niomont. and pioviding for a direct vote by the Chinch membership to over 1,000. then Mr. .tonus asked meekly: -- Kev. I. S. McKhoy will act as liiian- people for the otlice of chief magistrate. "Are they roasted, .Mariai"'-Fre- e Ueirvit a year,' A Now York paper .states that the .i.d agent of Central I'nivei-sitl'ixn.1. Haytien journals contain fui ions threatH Ids pulpit at Mt. Steiling in the the I'nited Mutes Minister at time being Hiipplied by Kev. .1. T. Syrup of Figs that many iuericaim have been diiek, of l'.iducali. I Nnturo'g own truo lnxntivo. It is the The executive committee of the most CH.dly taken, and tbo anesteii; that tlie A.neiican consulate is most otlcctivo tilled with lcfugeesnnd that Auierieaiih Soi.thcin Haptist Theological Seminary remedy known to Cleanse tho Syntcni are in imminent dan-- ' has appointed Kev. Or. .). II. Kirioot when Bilious or Costivoj to dispel Headin ...... nf tiii.ir lives. Not iiiucli credit is treasiiier, to act until the legitliu meet- aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit-uh- I ing iu May. Dr. .lohu II. Ihoaddus will given tliis statement, however. Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. AbratnS. Hewitt retiied from the aSo till the position of chairman of the Manufactured only by the California Fig mayoralty of New York and from pub- tacultv until that time. Syrup Company San Francisco, Cal. lic otlice forever, Tuesday. After spendThe Only Perfect Remedy For wilt by A. K. Penny, Stanford. and succeeding iMO.OOO to be lie laid the Tor habitual constipation, dyspepsia, nnd ing iu defeating Cleveland -- Cli.is. Howard, alia.- - Thompson, Ins mendacity to say to Mr. irant: "If you Ui tulied ills ig the fuiiious California liquid l.uen idei.tillcd as the man wl... is want-- ! 8 havo half the plousuieri lit lUKiug up mm roineuy, oyrup oi rigs, it that I hare In laying them tn as well, us 'clean ps tho sytem, it is ed at l1.v.o,0.,on thecha.ge of ,..,- very nappy abiiy laKon, aim periuctiy Harmless. ' down, you must feel . mm.' an Itn.i.ili. of (lie Miil.llc.si' ......... ' lln.ni. " ' rorsnle by A. It. renny, Stantord. man. females-Advoc-iiiiuii-ium, 1 bestead. Meal wanted at T. I!. Walton's. Ad. Catron sold to A. T. Nuniicllcy u hainess mure for$l:V. Foit S vu- :- 2'J vcarling mules ul JSO. F. M. Yowcll, IIiw"tonville. l'nnv Beaidey bought of W. V. (5iv ens u harness hore for J. N. Menefee bought of J. T. O'llair, a yearling colt for $110. D. N. l'rewttt bought in this county '.':! head of mountain cattle at -' cents. W. II. 1'iewitt sold to J. I. Land a pair of work horses, good ones, for $27o. NEWS CONDENSED. the ceremony. FokSm.K. A lot of thoroughbit'd At the Christian church in Nicholas- - Hi in 1juisville own Leghorn roofers. Daniel Sjigg,( There were .".,101 deaths .Mr. Sam o'clock, Jan. ville, at last year. Deatherogeaiul Miss Halliu M. Welsh Jr. Pennsylvania will vote this year on of strictly nice Foit Sua:. Car-loa- d were united in holy matrimony in the yearling cotton mules, in good order. H. the question of prohibition. presence of n largo assembly of rela- V. It John C. Dent, a brother of Mis. dailies. tives and fi lends of both parties. At Kid. Jovph Uallou will preach at Crsuit,.dit'd nt Carthage, Mo., aged 7o. bridal party appointed hour the iCis Vstimated that the public debt the McCormack's church Sunday morning lilcil into tlu rruwded church to thei jd.'.OOO.lXXl during Decem o'clock. at was decica.-c-d beautiful music of u wedding march, Fon Si.r.. 100 bushels of nice, clean ber. ji at- ! iihtvcd hv Mrs. Alice lMiillins - the ijv -- . Kansas City riirniui ii.vbviwiuii clover seed and about I'd bichels ol sheep last j t.'ndan being Misses M g. ..Dun. a U tie, "G10.R47 hops and Hl.VOl "",1 TalUm Kmbry, M,s.s Mary Scot an .1 S()W n(ii (l()U.r....... to .,. T. ,lbwker n ' -I- nlSSStheie were 10..1S7 business Charles l.lnv.. T hey were pre. ceded In . .. ... ..ul. ... ..i.. K....T1. il .1 , !.:.. uslieiv tnree young Afe.Kti f rllil If lull -iniir ui muin iiiiiim .itii .7iof mm 1111, stx h 31"J'-M-0- 2 failures n 1 lie .. mond nnd thu-- of Nicholnsville abilities. Uliarlie aiiirstonsoiii to formed in front of wedding party-the- n LV.liiKt,-(K- o Danville, Vn.. sold lat year atSliawhan. lOOTurkeys which aei- pounds of loose anil ."i,:i:t2,10S ninnu- - the altar, when the ceremony was most need HU pounds, at 7 cents per pound on beautifully and impressively pel formed factured tobacco. foot. Paris News. y Kev. Samuel Crutchcr, of Missouri. Axworthy, the treasurer of Cleve-'bThe Ic.iugtou (Snette rejMiitH niIcs land, who skipped with all of the city's, nieuruie was iiuiruu m gi-of '.'."i mules at .l:t.; sKn'k w ith hat to match. cloth traveling dress has sent back 51 W.O0O of it. hogs ut t; ; hiMihs and fat sheep at . .v I. wore pniK uinimi.,-n.lllv. I RJV Ci 1. .,...! .. During the year 18SS :t8.'V) ceremony .ur.nnu ,.rs. ,, n.. - k I'll. 111..111 .i i,irwrii.jnim 5 t.iiiii ... grants were landed at Castle Garden, an at cent,, At nt... to increase of 1.077 over the previous year, he t incunat. Nmthe. ,1 tl. e u .to. , da., w icrcit he; c will , , -J- ohn Matthews, one of the eon-re io ,( . kno n Miss Hal he ,s so w, demiied Ikild-- nobbed, who eseaped ut Plinco of llw ,. .'oil n Onrk. Mo., has been recan- -' ber beauty and loveliness that it is use-- , --"HI, Mir ?..IAH. ' tt III. I.llf PUH1 ' . iikcs M Ti....tl..,r.,. iu .. ""'"J ,!.... II tlflvkil to eastern parties six horses for other habits - young man of pushing businc- -s y -L- nnia Lester, nronrietirss of n hawparties for SI, .'00, nnd four head on and besides his home interests has an Wei-i-g- er d v house at South Somerset, committed i'oi Si.'.OOO. M.tS.and J. J. real etate business suicide Sunday night b- taking inor- - extensive stock and sold their ciop of hemp, alsint "(', in Atlanta. phine. V Co., of IHKJ poiimN, to Loughbridsre .titft.idge'Kdwards bus removed J. Sel DEATH'S DOINGS. l.exiuglnu, foi 4j cents in the house. ... .. ! . !.. . .Miller irom tlio unancery v om,. ss,u- bmm-, m , Danville Advivnte. A. Winston m ' eiship and appointed d. jMfet Vt.nr, Iimles ,)iiivl, lv1Jl.tl.ry many lllttllMH.. iin.rt lUV I a weary day before he is .n:ri.i ,..-.,,- ., able to MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. move from the position ho has now lain Hv. John Keeco, of Columbus, Ind., in for 17 days, The visits of bundled honts the tccord. having married his of friends have been a source of much l.OuOth couple. delidit to hiiii. ninkitur him forect for - Jolm I'epplcs ami .Miss Kane, ne HolU-- i ..... of Mrs. I. on is the time the claw, weie mairied at the bride's moth-- 1 to, nnd he hopes every man, woman e,h lml Joh ,,,,., (;n,., y j.,,, i and child in the (especially the women Mr. FnaTraylor and Miss Carrie county will call and cheer him with Ilolt.rlaw, sister of the bride, weie the 'attendants. A reception was given the ' their presence. happy pair by Mis. Holtclaw just after Travels and Campaigns hi Kusshi," published under tho iiamo of Union Muiichuii'cu, t tion orli Its mitlior was K. It Ilispo, u native of Cussel. As tho Muiicliaii-en- x wero nottnlly an old mid powerful family, it is rather Itiisp 'hhould havo adopt d their inline. though nil ingenious reason for lil dohiK so has beon recently Klaboratoii. Hofore his tlnio tlu'iv uppearv.f In HulhorMatlt a hiiiid-oiu- e, ftnniiror, who filled himself llaton Carl Frleth'teh MinieliuiiMiii. He wns well tveuhed there, mid oon inarrled an elderly hohiws, who eoiiIdnrcJ his title mi ample exchange for her money. The llarou told her dazxlluir sturh1' of his wealth, although he confessed that it was at the lime so involved bv a law- woll-dteHhu- il GW I'hi. wnprc" ny ! ' .ural-l- j t . noun i'0 THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. V.ytt hruughl I" t ii ..,..,,..,,.. rrrys muKtl I'll e I. i1"' ".. -a lhtlnfl I Iim. t lu. ?l.. .iteil tin It fir) u.tiinii wutr- - utd tr tlin II'. , st '- GEO. D. WEAREN, Of ' Mangr' Parn tho Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in Milt ! ! 1 sundry other IVgnl 10-.S- 1 I ii-- Jn.therL..it e i ..... I e - n--.- ii. 1 1 . K 1'ri-da- tlous thnt ho could not obtain the iiso of It. (u oilier to hasten thes. pro- ?eedings. he propo-togoing to the north oMiurmaii.v.aiid thoy iiccordlugly went to .lover, near which there was, an estate aetuall.v beioiigiug to tho MuncliHii-cii- s. mi t on this iiopert the Ma ron attempted to raise nioutiy by moans of mortgages. Neither tho ton-- 1 with nor notaries ili.ihu I his title to she entntett, Ii it Uie more cnuMoiis IiiIpIciI on dulay and iioti.y-lenilurfurther inspection of his claim. Mem. time, the Karon and his wife wereeordlaM.i entertained l. theniegh-- j lorlng diguitarlus, who wero never' iiretl of heitring about his ox'.rnordI- nary ail veil turos. Ho had iNlteil tin-Holy Land, (ireeeu. Kgvpt, Nulda, and1 had mo-- leiiturkuhlu tales to tell of tho uveutn whii'h befell mo in tlio-'.ountries. One day, however, huwuiil too far. and referee,! to his previous nairiae nith a ituughtor of Major-lienec- d ion Wenler. dim of I ho ladies piVMMit s...in..l iijiirh perpleMNl. and .iiinlly told MuucUaiieOii that -- lie could not tn Uij leu-- t. underslmid this tatoiiient, as she knew that (ieneral von Wenler's only dmim r had married a gent h man in Niivoav. Tho Mh-- r. hi blusliiNl staHiiare.l. nad adm'ttod dial he hud niauufiutiu'.' I lint miliro .s 1 t o, eouipli 'a Buggies, Carriages, Itoad Surreys, Phaetons i CartH, SjicccHiij; Cart.s, Spring1 Wagons, Buck Boards, , Wagons, Log Wagons, llujjjjy Harness, W'ajjonIariicKS, Reapers, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, Harrows, Plows, Cultivaters, Engines, Threshing Machinc3, Clover Hullors, Saw Mills.lFeed Cutters, Horse Powers, Hiy, Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, All ul wfi.th art i rfTtfiiiU 't rd I. m t r SuadutJ MaHufjfivrir ul lUo lotintr T. R. WALTON Mill & SOMERSET S litLLlw, KE1TTTTCK-S-. tl..l...l.. ,...,, -- - rt- ' I ! ;; - .- .,. ( . (hnvn-tow- - -- In ... ... . i . ..' u lo-- .,-- "Kr-rwe- lt. I I - i ' i ,...,, '"1 I. I , ColU-gean- -- I ,,.,, w i -- Xl :.:' r, ,..-- 111 w- - ralu ... il - - -, U 1 , . ,., I I I u- -t ; ( : "" "" j l- - d j SL s ,.-..- i jt v - , . 1, ,t , " '"' ) ;""" 'r'""'" -- ir-- ' - .. ... ...,.,, lory. Strange to uy. his nisja liiiluiiee- meivly laughed at tho Mid oiitetite.l ihenist)tv it'i o,illi.ig 'inn A yet tin, did not de.it 4 boaster. his ireeudoii. S.iJdonly tin- town was elect rltkd b 1'ienews thr.t ttie ItiiroiiV wife lrid bona shot v. lii'ij l iig liber liwl. It was the Mann who 'ound her. l.it sin wns qitiln. ('end when ho gave th" alann. and tbo'ivh ho appended to he fniuUe with grief, hu could mute no Migirsiioii- - lr regard to th ptusililo murilorer. All the oldoiico obtained b tho p4teu pointed to his own g.iiltr and ho was Hc'ordlugl iiriotol. Thou Ihure were found aino ig hi- - iianer lottdrs uildi.ssil to It ir i ,s harruue'illd. and in cnifosso.l u i lir pros on ) that this was his true iiHiue. and that ho had iissimuxl that of Munchaueii. A though It was known that ho had au interest la his wlfo' dualh, being greatly in ueeil of her money, ho would uol acKiiowleilgo that as tho reason, lint that he had done the deed in attempting to shoot a pet ib.g which had i.inioyed him. 'I'liU explanation only, proved that ho was willing to lie to the hint, as neither hu nor t'ne linroiH'ss and suuh a dog. Application was made to the real Miiiichaiiseus for nii.v iiiformatlon thoy .night l.aie concerning tho Huron .N'hiirrenschild. and it eaine out that1 111.; impostor hairing that iiaiuo had. with no rccomiuuiidatioii except bis niuuiiur nun asuiiiuees, innrriii.i na.i deserted a daughter of the houso. In 1701 tti mi... was under the f S..,arrenehHd. but who ho was and wl ce ho really can.. it.uld I huso liefer be dlseovered. were not soon forgottetrili and any mail who talked boastfully of Iraiels, duels or adventures was said Io he another Itarou .Munchausen. Tliiiiiieyi'lopadiiiHiitti'ibiito the origin of the name to the existence ' of a real Ittiii.u .Muiiehuiiseii, who was famous for his largo stories: but as ho died iu 17117. and must, therefore, have been living when l ho book wab licit published, the account hero given (iuitlriumi .seems more piobnhle. il.s-lur.- STAITFOBD, i . -SE- AS0NABLE--E00DS.-- Currants, Citron, Raisins, Fig's, Concentrated Coooanut, Colatino, Corn Staroh., Ch.ooolatD,Eactraots, Oatmeal, Cracked ' c&o. Wheal, Hominy, .llacearonl, Cheese, Dried lleef, Canned Goods fi'encrallv. 1 .Silll-iC'- V (JrimltT-- . IihU'Iut Black Knifs, I'ppi'C, Sii-!- , Cnvi'inu' ttmlr , ,,, ex.-eute- Sweet and Sour Pickles -- Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, Honey, &c. oeeur-polic- es (iur-mai.- y. j ijcf'lYicus always reasonable; ami ifoods T. Ii. OR! Walton. ' MifjHxint. Why Women Swim Well. ... .," 60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. i- n; Tho records of tho humane societies i.oil, sides of (he Atlantic show that years a fair proportion of their of Tu.,-.lciih f() ,,, ,H! i,tl ,,f ),.. woru M,v,.n,i tulilo instances of .es- Ull() fn)IM drowning last by on ,,. j ,,i,.is .....i,,.. . ...,.,.... r ...r. . nieaii-againKen-Havt- st i; e 1 sirongtii-thewdutl0- aro mvompllshed mvIiii- mors. his Is hut natural. As their bones are generally lighter than those of men, and their lle-- li moio buoyant, they havo less dilliciilly to overcome iu ne.piiring the art. Some of them could limit nt their llrst attempt if thoy could require the faith iu the power of the water to hold tiieni up. Swimming is very much an art of faith, for it is generally the case that when a person believes sullicieiitly in tlio buoyancy of tho water to trust to it his precious body, Io! ho is a rfwliuiiiur. There woro young girls at Newport last summer who could lloat on tho yurfaee of the M,'" wltl' " morodinieulty than they " ''t,f,! l)l,,,"lli;i,,,,1 '" !.yl"" I ivij-uisito yuuy "WAlili PAPER, and FUEtlTITTTHE. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. RYANT & STRATTON Business College I limit lirepl ii rue or i u(,ihu,io ami J ,u t,0,ll1 '',,V0 i jwlininiug I feiila iihvm beoii aueoui nih, ind l.v vi'i'v v.i. in. w.imnii. tf " af T' "'" tw U full Information. KYb r STjE&l5ESEm!,X .... .'y ..fcfM nm I. .f..i lfl lor Lookout.'.-..-i. Ai. lirucus "jui." in laeK 01 ante nuptial eiiustiiy ami coniii. tent bv the month my tstuio.; lib la the livery K..l inlidclity. Aim. Diinluiiii flics u re into on l.xaii avenue. Mrs. next businesH in thu rilit wny and of course ply to the answer and states on oatli M.J. Withers, Stanford. is to uso printui'H' ink. that hIio ciime pnro to the sheets of de Stantohd Ky. .I.vM'uiyI 18811 ' A i.t. of the goods I now have on Imiul fendant and has remained pure and that Mil. .1. M. IIiinohicks, sexton of Itu Ha- tho groHH oll'eiiM.'H charged against hur .. will ho soid tit auction pririH till I move ' lo Ccmctoiy, inform) us that then) weio are groundless and malicious mid Hindu from Stanford. I. Klass. E.O.VAI.'l'oN, HU MtiMMK01' ;U buiinU lm in tlio year just ended, '2'A for the purpose of driving her into acFoil ill iinkeii ami disorderly conduct of which weio adults ami tin rest, 11, Is Receiving His cepting n small mini in satisfaction of her ut the colored skating link (Mini ley l'cy- - childicn. Publtstied Blvury Tuuaday and Prlduy Int. claim for alimony. Mr.". Dunham is nn (liiml A.'i In .linlixi ( Vrsfiti's I'lill .,..., ...... . Will. 11. ........... tinu . . -- AT Tin: uross eiiinini's ol uie first .miuou eiiuc.ucii vtoiuan ami win nave put in Wednesday morning. . III IMI1K 01 MHIIIOIU lor IIIU 81 X Iliuiiuis mini un- vtnoie iiioveeimiHo i IMClt VWAU.IN ADVANC1C Give him a Trial ii usincerest sympathies me with Kii- utuiiiiK Dec. :;ist nvrcScsjitt.' All taxfor divorce, including all the proof, with Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, - an account of defendant'HcourtHhii fnrvhcDnojio)."18a&0 v,,u be charged n jl(. j. with Umlfy, of the Winchester Sun. VA iu,d cxpeiiheK weie paid and a diviHo starts the New ear with a case or ,eml of :i percent, was paid to the stock-- . her, his love letters, songs and poetry. . ::' ., ' ' and just married, tool 11111111holdeis; Sl.fKiO was carried to the sur-- ! K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "", plus fund and the premium account was, , NKW ADVKKTISKMKXTS. rn.i. retain mv harness shoji mid ' I(mvl,rid t V o n m , rrtutiilm Trim ka 'educed SS.W. Mi.is lines, and although I will run f. livery, I will he found at my stable with l)ltsK thieves are getting entirely too FOR SALE! a full hue of everything in the Harness na.nlrt in this locality. Besides those L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. i :u Aa miuki.ii.mi tilt and saddlery line. A. 1. Nunncllcy. " reported ill OUr ISSlie, Col. lllll IS n,1,,tnBS.lf.Statcinnd Sl.mv Ow, for km. "" oiilli l lijipm ti lliii his fnvorite rock- - at (ireitly rediuisl N!jlruwi"K Ntlh it wex ha.r nbbie, Ky. .wroi i ji pm A ,IAMMjJNlJ co Souih Uaviso sold out my liverv business awav horse, he having been taken out of ..IIS7I"" South . MCllttin" to Mr. I. M. Hruce, I desire, to thank my ,i S.llh We t'UlMwhiy Iilclit. 6 jo in We Have Openod a now Stock of CONDITION Of 1111. l Lo Crclsbl .Nuitli bttym inen.is ami nitrons lot tneir liheinl pa- .. i South !.... HUM.!... rv..,u'i ... ..,.,11 trtitiHKi' to me ami k that they extend 1U UtUlliaiiii Au. mil) lM.rin.ct. FARMERS NATIONAL BANK! ultel on li.nj.itd llmf Sola? the ,,,, i my successor. A. T. Nun- bee ri t About .u minuter fAlrr. 1 time Hielley. Hanking Company's' Tin: Someiset " TIJKW.MHICU MImI, lBU, . .' ..,..u,l,nl.,!(l, i -- i i rr.it selling iiikiiii y:i,uoi worm oi MbflMH H I.NINh.SN. """ ... m- - .v i - l.:t07.:t i.... i. Iinl nf 1S.1I7. il. has earned 11.1. 1.... ,,, ,, iiih hiih'k . tini ni'nk nl Ih t.irmrlk Ntllintlsl V.v. .il. miil li.UM rt ntliallll timi IcidedtOH-llth-in iiiii'iniii, .'ir ir. iviiiss ii.is tie ihm. i'gi""ug ous.ness .way V VfV,un&uli,: rViiiJrioSv, liei jt. remainder at the com.. II lVniv w.rr.iHH .II be foui.J to 1JU1K nnd ilisnttMtM ntnoiliit tn 577,- - iMC.h Huicmcut ol l,kh place to lm tlnms, patent inr ami .Mr. Harris, the liiiiiionuiK a.K KnW J.nmtv m iteo, i.y thr m.oln Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. EveryTin: ,, ,,ar,v ",s-- t l"", deposit-- to ?l.,.ll'l...'.- -a liet JN Word, ih. me i.u.lumtr ' M.iiHdiie and toilet articles is' nt A. It. tlonecr, hns leturned to Ins home In ... . nf the old Avcu , In the frieudi jikI ,,,.,,,1 ulwiu'ltii' fin- sitven nioiiiiis. MMie thing is new, Louisville. nn s. . tnn w Ae MncJm ot ,lin ,ve are ,er) -'i..r iut fjvurs and re.titf tiuilv oli ti xntisfnetory i.itfi.i dividend was passed for schiKd books, ink, tablets, lie ill be con Iuksihb.o lAfrrti INTERIOKJUUIulALiliouM'Mnil lot jEMrilEEKLl lurrnfftn i I . I . I ol. It a . . IffioOo WtTM mc9 MERCHANT TAILOR FALL vc ..... 1 ! AND WINTER GOODS. ' inim-iinei- - -' -' -- 1-, " ID " 1 J;m ...' l ." ,.,,,,, fi. . I . .!.!.. NEW STORE! iii.i-.t.- . urini . . . lit. , a-- I j ; . - I -i ,.,.' . . I I ' ' Is-s- t ,"' I ..,.., r M, 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &e., EOT & PIECE OF OLD GOODS And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior member's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with discrimination and profit The patronage of persons with cash and tnose wno pay promptly on Jan. ist ana July 1st is especially j - 8L '...iiV ,j Sill, paper, IH'lltlls lllld i I'll nt tt'li'in iivmi hi ii 1i i"".' ii iiu iriiin ti .ii i. account Is icady and lfnw.1 you. l"iit tiuiiK r.ii'. I mi an homw one els'. A.mis It. . intciulisl lor 1 "'".., It. A tl' I'i iuy. J.eave your pidcrs at the vai dor itt S.S. Mvom' stOie aim! .. . m ( ,iriiiiiile lillcd. .1. II. Ilie-- I " '. . ' gill. Mnnfonl. m hiiiiil ii iui I Liiiiiiit ii tii'i lit nut coal in my yard. ".' .,,',,,, '- keen ,,. ft Oil till jr .IiillWKk matt i iiiii ij ij I v w,l,s . - -- - - - I PERSONAL POINTS. Mi. . ' , Tile-da- (t. II vil. went to l.ouisville Mn. U.K. Wi.MiiLsis ill with Hmn- n,.nt- - lili- - DluilllIIOIlill. Mis Avmi: IIimiik- -, of . Kirkixlllc. - J.v,,. .. .. WiIiicmImv. y niglit Tin: impromptu hop was mther slimly attended, birt was; none, the Ics enjoyable by that, Mis. J. K. I'oitmiiu fiirni-he- d the music, which war, good and the dance' was en- - HmsH.ls carpet ' litis nrrit-i- l nti.l .... ..,,, r. ., , v.nt to Cincinnati Wiiii.-niny- . lu . '"vr, .tojfion 00 ...ll. Cpitl MCH IU Mii- - Jiami. IImimumi, of bjwell. is and puts thu ehiin'h to a gosl ileal of 39,970 cpcn-e- s and reduced iiremiiiius slOD. sUrJw. fuml .md mnlMdi-ditit...- . -lift sltir. Mrs. James loujr'w- - e.K'ii-- e, but will add gieatlv to the mid added SLUM to the surplus fund. I ihHI.!.wI deposit. Mil.jcct tu eUtck.... i,Sto 46 iting li,s cm. II. Hut it. has teturii ijb.b v i'i"' iw iM.HItli' Mill iilt fll I III lull III lltr Its deposits foot c,m)U fiiiirr .iMiromii imrii is now $10,000. ( ,. , 111 a ihit tohei iwieiils at di- up over fMi.onO nnd its loans and I Hi. 'Y. Tiik editor deshes us to tiimmeml tlie Mr I.kwi. of Washington 1ys.iji ' ctiunts nearly a hiiiulrud thoiisind. iMssl liai I" vIMtlng Mis. W. II. Illgniii". perusal of llro. Ikitne.s' letter to Mm. .1 I M. JOHN Ii. oM li,iOi.cr lcorn and I . Mi Tw4i.r, f I'erry. C5iR.I,",i Kimjiv'tt lgnu and to jjny that hi! is for President . . W. Ibsker. ..1 fllVI"l 11 ins s.ier, uri. .m. tr. iw- - mueii ijetier Miti.llei willi tlio gflou run return of Judge W. M. lWk.i-- r pilfiMC SALE OP A VALUABLE FAftM. k ii limit s views on uie iiiiiikt, loan wiiii f .. I IMIIfll t " ...1.1... ii'intiri' hi .to llie lllHMi 01 .1 11 ineiiesiei I. iiu-Mr Wiumia Ai.dk, f Harris.Wiiliu, .1 me !......! 'iiiiiiMiiiiv m i wi'iii'i hiiii ..!. HAVK see it. w .; few days lid" Hwk to cnit siirpiises his brethieii of the ipiill I .. i.tiilnnrs Tim hunters National is among the almost as iiiiith as it gratifies them, lie writer, who a M.V.'SMltH, '( VftitAfctyne.Tex.. ln. I njriw C 1 ker. dt 'il thiiiKsof the jm-- t, but the" New l.tiicolu is an able mini and forcible on ih pre uum-- of -- CMJohn IWitgh National liv-will make his impress upon the journalc Hill, a .Mtiinc Ins ibr heirn of aiil ilei edtrt, 'll .11 l'luenix-lik- e from its 11, l.li, .iiirimii to thi lilgrKl luddir lil- Him- 11. ami other nalalivus hen'. Hslliw. Imii'ImiiIiii. tin IHMV Vinr niiilnr iiu' ism of his dav. Messrs. Rodney Mi--- . ' Mattie con- M11- - W. K. n. About 179 Acro8 Farm moHt favorable lu aw,im f ' " ""- - Benton, who fnm a stock U in Mich ttiiiit demaml that 'liietetl ll.e paper a ear or two, renie Htflemr ictiiined I. and. Of Kino lllue-liri- iuimrdi.itcly upon the .SMiiliird .tnil l)t l ultli tlii pnuul villi nml rcstwict of the ell- - Iriilirun liirnpilr, 5 mili' from Stanford .mil otu- gbtltil ila in WiisliiiiKloo. the'ie sbuot lighting for it. Mi-- s (iihriu r limiM, wh'iliM"" xjieiit ,urtli mile of Mii,hiiI StJIini. on the Knoiville II re State liress. 1.1.1 r,.K i.egm skating .ink intl.en-- w ; --- 7, with her parent a I Onliiui-lia- . Me Justice ..nd other ietinii-- d f tvnlm to the Oillom. rellows' building is the biggest t. tiling' ..-- . in i.filluif to wrs. ueuie uunnam. Il'firil ,i.iiinK,n exteiirnt bam, .r.l.illl. .I..,tl..nt.ii.ie Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch- I. uiKimK-.un- ....I , t.. . lilnl. .1 II. wi I.I..... iiikh h.us .uhiiiivm. I bli IV.i lliii lillMtvllltP Itli'fM11 Hill Mi-Hi. 1.1 r Conk, of lliitoiiille, nml thi town has had forsoiiietiuit " "v one of raaKer witn manv vears experience, all worK aone witn neatness tulr luiresininle with Stftierul jrrsiitl uill in nrren, l,c ,xc" i.w,i, - ii.c her attorneys, Mi-- s Uiideiilierver. Ml Cook's fnmi ( r. m. till l . i., with abrassband Mr. R. '. and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the aff Manager (itsuue in leganl to the wiiMtionai tlivorce sun pbniiu: incessmitlv. c.hj isiiancem ian.t vilest isit..l friends lieif Welnes.lny. eye. ui. mi twill 01 .lis. ntisl lln I.'. A ...Ti:.. and wife, Mr.. Ilutcher tells i,s tl.M he ha-- a gold mine m IUi V T TICK i: It, Oscar Dunham. lor the )rar i88y. dnr Mi W. M. is 111 ei Mid Mr. 'In it Mid will likely run it the year tie" Dunham l eii.er. Mrs. Dunham was Miss Reltie Ne"l, the M Ifeittniii. of round. I . l'U'". i' TI i; JO KM A.N , Dr. IS. C. Ne-d- , a reputable, ,.; ,. . ilaugliterof ioi Mis. it. w. i.tiiM-dNo moiii win sukckox ur.Niisr, 1'iiiiv vv'...lii.n.iliiv .uuueiiev s physician and a man of high social Mit J. I'. Kki.ii: mine up - Kimuhv, SrANHiKD, .....; .i.- - j- - standing in Casej ismnty, who lives near 11.I tis.k Mr. I'l.ink tiiveii, who has re- Main, twodoort alxnc Depot St. Oirc cuth tide diivo his iwims slowly, but tin- - same Diiunville. nth suU'civd a imiiih lie stroke, to his t" melodious voii e w ill be hearvl driving eat ()car Dunham - n wealthy voting ,terX Mrs. Cosby, at Junction City thiough our stieuts, as he will en farinerof eipial nink socially and lives in M. llwiM.ii and iiiniily hae tie Mi. i' 111010 extensively in thai business, Omar the sitme vicinity. In October, ..oveil Innn tin' Menef.e faun on the imko Tin re is coii.lation, however, in know- - pnnhain procured license from the clerk The (iiililh i warned not to punhj.e .1 ertiti Mi.eiset pike to Mr. IWnuett's faun oil Wagoii r lory sioik No 7 ,it in tbM wo will not have to give lipids ,,f the (Jtisey County Couit to ni.ury a .of ol sptmnlieldjne haMiij: heen obtjined I' no ji shares the j i. Dauullepikc, adjoining Mr. A. M. unent of the owner und held ! prrteu from etiphoiiious ulteninces entirely. Miss Mary Duncsui, but the night the J 1'iirr.in re land ami others. ii) 011 puuhiiii;tne Hume will pur f it place Oejr Dun h.ie .1 l.iw nit for iiocs-ioeomtmM,onil.;, , Mn. IS. C. St vni'.ii mid family left Wed O, h llUl. mar.iage was to take j ciunvN 4. ban, ami M.s.s Neal elope.l ft.r Cmcnua to make juisille their hoitie. vlll,. Advocate, lie- - la celebrated the new , A month was ... Mr, Mader having I mm 11 clfMiKed to a villi iiestuiv iiv coining out 111 a .in.iini. ii and were niairied. ! During their Iu.w (jH.v 0f type fmni editoiial to in '" spent in the West visiting lelatives and ii" line. in "ii Ihe in paities letuilied ... Kin sutv here they formed the liiemlsli.p o' vertisemeiit ami milks in beauty with a friends and the I mi ,tntlur V 1' V d rd V,. im. latl to tueky ttiid Ies4 than a week thereafter ,1 f,f 1,.u.,.l siMdin." who me sony to uive them up. Advocate notes that loU. t,llt tl(. Advocate is doing well Diiuliam without any warning to his ! 'Tni: Danville ted for the West atrain. Mr. Nutli WtMsIcock lias eiigngeil with ,.,;,,. ts ni'H iiiiiuageineiit and hope wife tlepai huh lomnience Kfb S, i6io Thnmi dciirinR lie got away, however, Miss Mary ar iiiiniy tiimi' now that it my Hv to tin timi nf A Clark iV Co., enti) hlankcjn obtain them In jddrcnii: me VM Rl'K, Duncan sued him for bleach of piomise, 1 nine', close l.inn.iry 1, iSf'i Knights of (,,.SM.S. ,,nd will airiiin be one ol the H.nulle, Ky laying her damages at ?Ji),ihH). Mrs. gj nope tiiat Vi sliteeteiy the .rip . Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture also Hied suit againt him for II vvim. sold mit mv liverv business, Diinhain Mr. W'HxIcixk will iii'lmle Stanfonl in and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods and in orilei to wind up my business I divorce and alimony. In January ISss h,s ti nitoi.v. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conshall esnecteach and everv neison who Oscar Dunham returned to Kentucky CITY AND VICINITY. knows himself indebted to me to come and addressed himself to the task of, ihiMwiue forewarns hunter., iMicimrn and yinced that I sell lower than the lowest. "J forward and settle his account at once, exti Seating himself from his law suits. . IiiksiiO. K. Laid at W. II. Iliggins. ll neiiiiiiils tin! M'ttled vvilliin 'M dnvs On the Itll of Allril lie COlllliroillised et eMint of Ihr law Signed. rn: Lincoln County Ruilding and, u ill be placed in the bauds of an otlicer with Miss Duncan for $1,000 and on thei s s JK ; TTTT-TTIV- r A j.a-- "MFl McAi.iMir.K, x.v-- 1 rs- -j.ii "Kl,f'IM . .. ivear tills in mum ami same nay aiso ne nan a wnmin " J I.'ian Association has iieciaieu a um-- ror collection, Mid costs by payingat once, up by which he agreed to pay his wife jji's.ikjjky uai'OHM'an', a. M.'rr.l.AN'i) save trouble 'it cents to the share. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) ' . .. . .Jl.oOO for a couipronuse, .M.IXHl ot wlitcii k. i i'i.nc k A. T. Niiunelley. MonI wn.i. have another auction on iwvoiun: i.iNKiir.rwiKV tiik north and sou 111 ivns acknowledged to be nuid ill hand,1 day next, county emit day, which will limited express trains between Cincinnati, oh.o and new Orleans, la. !:::! I positively be the last. D. Kla-- s. IN .31 1 HOURS.- - - or head of horses, S bucgies, :i sin revs and I)ilitl iK.f0iv the :'.d day of the last June ) and shav-n- g -vMisiosi.M., 0 ii Twice Daily. di limine. s' wagons, and Mr. Hruce, , (, of which 0)mt 0I,i v - . MUBN f AVM Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida done in the latest and most apjuov- will hereafter inn the business at Ihe Mw ,)anham's Mll, VALUABLE COAL AND Wvn THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. .1st vie at Jesse Thompson's Tonsoiial old stand, whicli he has leased from Mr. dcr the advice of llhmls!,., iW -. Room. ,,,, THKTKXASSHOnT I, IN 10- S. II. Ikiiighman for live years. Mr. v.inWinkle. Mis Dnn- D.in ,mn (.ulj,1(in., Tin: llmtl slateiiieut of the Funnels Nmiuellcy letains his 'bus lines to in ,iu. u.nevvetl pledges , , llieJWBllf and love, was! Nation ,, Rank of Ht.infoi.l appeal's he.e villi-- Lancaster and Rowland and will ((f h(,i. hu,,M1.M ( CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16,1888. n ueUk x M ,. .. . . ... .... mn. t...n..o ll.ll.ll i ill. mi '1C- llll lllld' llOllll .liilllir II til llWltlV witn. ii oas iiini"" " i." in connection with the 'bus n lines vvilliii" to live witn Iter lepeiimui. 1..... -f I'll TMIURlill. I.AURI'.l. CO KY , IilCVU IJ1. on the .Mth making institution and its last words wi IlKADTJOWN. ,Kimi r,mtl accor-linglwill lM'ld to the hiche.t lilddcr, .it public .or- "TRAINS NORTH" it" died. ,.,,, 4l,.uiin,ioucrF. ol C0.1l and Timber I..1111U. and his harness shop deal extensively in I RAIN s. MIUUI." how proudly day.-- , after the compromise ,11, ten show ... . No. 6. No. or the limit i.iliuiulo of ill the N'irr N- I'l.u ' N ' M'VTIONS. iliev were living together as man and lands nn. rcKiini, so Li'liMir.itedtrait lu ro.il Hint ...,..k7 f.,r soitle lM,th, ,""M'S' '' -.- . No, J. lor this Daily. " Dalir vn nccoiuiiK""-Daily. i,,..,..:ii ,,1, y- - timber I lie Kinds siirroiniilllirf ll .ue now lieilii" 'i'llX. Sim.l Duly, Iily Daily Ki. ' . tine market be. Wori.n it iiiii iiv 1. uiMjii nu-i- i mi- uii-- w. lie ami mane a asm. ...1.1, limn . . wirkoit,.. iiiu 111c 'ruui.-iitiuI. nml mill as 1 .till III neetdol u."..;..., ....Unctniiali . A rv f 40 a in 6 4. i in id J5 a in too III .... 1. ..r ui"-- . ni 11 iiii lie 11. in ol the Niniwino 11. in.ii. u ver.il tiavsauii mej 5 Ka'S .:. 5S2S very much bliS'd to.hoviwho ,wn authorities to attend to that por " ?M .M m live u, so vu.lne to comefo. ward r.t once and set- - tion of tlu pavement in front of the IV.t-Mie- d I111 l i' -tun. ho i. , P .,rK..KUurUbli.ihici.iie 7 i.m ."' f jJi'"- '"US man House, where the editor of this pa- .4JP., 1 .0 .. l.v anii tie Willi me. II. l Unploy. Ar. Iltiruin ' .1 lake her to his ( of line timber for mlnliu 8 t ith " M'll mill bmkl-lll- i it o..t mil W '"V'1 N"U before Hr Hllp j;this ic wiikml P"' I'artof ,, , land Uno.v Ilnrui" ' Son". JI7I" $ --5M' I. 7 v m .. Dunn, .,....' ,i ., w now ,.,mlvf,. M.llle , .V? a , f hkii ' KranlniotherV, Mis. M v accounts are iHvill t Nfr Tnr,.uiuy P "J V,..,.. ..jam warn i j;p pam 4, , , j,.u.o., c.y I shall exneet all those owii.L. ,.1 , ... at thu death of .Mis. Dunn, .oniLnd.rea. y -"'- U-.;. . . 11 iiiir. iiiiiiii. iri'niiii iiiiii n,,eille. i.i .v ...... iiii.i OJ'I i.ii'. I OO Jl III m 7 af a half l.i.iLIni; citlit'r lor iiivcliiicnl fur the liiture nr de .... o.l pm ii Jill h who died about two months and J .1 in i i j a in 0 u p in me to come up by .lauiiary ISl III lilt: there is piobability of months of weatl in ICliM lite Hum a. 4D p m Ar'v . t'liatuuuocu .. .l.'.fi olo (im 7 sja IS am I need defendant ceased to irilitfto ilrloi immediatelyoiuu. the line of the in ci pin the money up (rjiK on when the I'liubiirith i outside and pay me. i) io ii in 7 Ci p m I. v.. i.iiuinooKa.. Ar'r iiiiuk 7 Ijnm wJi .u, MfvvtH ft ,,, )h, M,p. . i ll r IH 4 1 m Knowllle llraiuli of tlie I., and N R. R. and I an p in 9 49 p m Ar' . ..Allll . rtinl must have it. l'lease Dear nitniiigham. orv,.tlius n.akim. it ne.M to an i.npo.ssi visit her and announced Ins uxe.i pui about midvv.1) bottti-tl- l l.ouisMlIu and Knoxlllo ii II1JU JWpm i 4. p in ii 4J p m l.'vt I ii sell-Mfor l4.nj.jl! ; II it ii in I Ja in .. ,, (J (() htlini, t,mt M1tU.llar' pose never to hye witl. piaim u .iciui ai.d baniiik many jean, been an Important iii.ikI 4 4Jm Ar.. ..XUndian i i'1"! 1A'" .u..s. .......... tli lim.l lirloin iuy I ... i ".:. .1. .:. i,..liii. which lesembles an Inclined i.laue i.n his wile AUU l'.irliedtiriiiK li tu flliini tiooam Ar,..NwOrl..v.U,v4fon' mn ll.. IS. VI Ml Willi llllllll 131 llii'"',lIiUlll'l ' I IIIIII .1 ..lllllll'lll Ill II K'll HTHltMU instituted a new suit against him lor til uf kiIc Win do mi applvina oitlmr to lioo. ..... U. lllli.kl lllilll " ninunniR III It, k.lullol.lll.lllil McNvil, ai ntuburBb.. ,.r .. . lckoi....luvr ..... . ,,4,4m I Hnd thai by 4 " alimonylorheiM.il ami en. positive uml made to clooa paitnunlnp a Inptiiui the cash system. ViLVlurxK Sale 11 jomn L'vo. . . n r ii ...... 'I'l.iw niiuiiiii I... r.r.....l.ii l...f...i. voire and . jopm t.' i.iviuhj miil KtMllilLf in Iwnil. buhiui in TI'RMS.-tine-lb- ird ' Monro .L.....AJ. cud h iaum hIi tor ,,,,.,,.. , ..,, i.:ivln Hionili. fiui dny of nrosiiective child, bein now about s.n and 'l"" t tip ih Ar'v.. .s!fcre!rOK.,.fi.42W ' ' " ...! 1Mlll ,1H overshadowed by the soriow of niiul ihiiiiciitof to i exuclitelaIichiU ith psiJ ; . wle. l'tirch.ir cash Will bo enable, to sen : . . t irlliil 'lliuail. Ill wiiai.n i inter.! from dV w Mans lluutMr llufiht XlaopiHg Cm on U ui benrlim 4liu I'liii' in I . ..l.....ul I.i uiii. , Kri. A .iiuviuvi At Ii. O. KftWAKUQL Oo-tHaytHisU 'itaper. i win - i"v,,n n. l.. . 1,.. ,il, ,,iii llrvlsnil mi ul , I n l mtained for dfltdROW LAND, JOHN C.OAUI.T, Otiwnil stand, uieitts should be unule passable or wheth nersev ii. S, V. in t. my old . ..ii .iiivinL'Ciistomeixnl J yC'IXUAir, mr , R. CARKOI.U. 0MIl Siiriiil"Wi , -j- OKI) lilVltNS, ....... -. li.fi In tin. linr, Mil.. .N.iulli!,,.. answer wits lllwl, to the pixsrfiit suit .....i, ..v. I... . I' AXIW.II, vary iroin mis no.-3U rul HuiMInf , Wt lourth Utiwei, I ,,....,.-.- ., I will not Umi1 rtiesau ansner ulleslm: it ,ut W '"I'T MiUliit II. ... li" "Vlo-- will mm',,,,;,,,!,,! . T,,,: , f, lll"""," , '"" t!t. ciiriotinii ... ,. -,, ,,,',, 'niiiiK noiniug im- - neeii KKSOL'KIM.S. neani oi .inn items uorse aim uuiikj '" .......- further than Holt was seen to ilrive ... .i :.!.:. imiiK.;i.i ncrttralla i.i !....! niui.ii. ntlt.... I'. S lliiud. to 'OK ure circatalien , unoiig" .Minruun vu Kun ch N being made and telegnmis sent L'. S. 'riBiisutir..,. o various portio'ns of the state, but all Co ii ii I IUi.il......... without avail. "Detective" John New-ma- KpeHMt and I'mo... ....,.. I'rviniuni ... hind, who is working tin east) Is san- - Kml male, furniture anil (jtro ,,,,jm. 0f success, however, altkough he Ilu fr.rm oilier National IU11U admits his trail is a cold one. .1. ... 'I'.... II !....... HI.. Viittiiint ..7 mtml Vl I lit. iiik; ' i.v.w...... !ta .. ....., niriiui ini.li... lmtkcH a gocsl showing. Onj.'xMw-lcapi- tliv lu.t fix inontlif. t it U.IIIUTII..s. , ,M.i 1 ,.n ,,,,. .. ., , , ., i '' " iln-iwnM for new tianl.ulnch dmledundcr i the ami: mannnemem . i. the:,,.. .. ...i in ni v tuiiiiiiui it ihk ..f .lidiiiuiu. nun - iiiiiiiuniiuii. Kami-..!......i 111 . i .toy.fcoii Ji .. 10,117 57 .. u.ooo oo .OJS s de 4,mo o. w.,18? 10 , I if.. ,it ' dCSired. .0 ' V.39V 4 ,tiw 00 Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, tl ..nriittl-si.iSlti.It- i SEVERANCE & SON. 1 I .... , nt. PLEASE OBSEBYE Ca-hi- er - r 1 ....,. " II"!""! v M'ROBERTSSTACIG A FUJLJL ABB'tDMTMdlUNT c-- 1 -- fir.t. iinsn.,,.,!,,,,. of Situ-eei- s VHund . I hollis - 1 ... "" .v" A InhlZZh 111 1 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE.' ' ncJtt"''s'",,n ivrm.-on.-h- I'iij st Xm' noia.yiMUn . , ' : "'. "" T.'.rTr SEW FUMITURE STORE I tVrK JPirFFMAW, PiROP, 17 Notice of Warning. , -- n , 1 ., TO HOHSEMEMT C03I1IINATION V Re-fo- re SALE Ciiie-iiiiint- POSTED. 1 , ia.Koiir J ,,,,,,,,, yi hijj.1 T?OTTT"E f -- nr,,;, :Zul :r,::u.Ie!t ;:; c.-,- nmhW SAUK, -- hair-eiittii- mi Wednesday, Feb. 6,1889, l. 111 11 "" 1 ' .T.rr: ";V i i i - - 111 11 ...,, .. - aiuul ' ,,ir. rt,,,, idi-nt- Wfe 2! U -- - i' - -- TT hu . ,.'.... ..." ' ' . ;",. Ji - u . "'" u,, -- .O.t-iUl- e I . . . . . -- . 1 o...,s, . .. ,i .1111. ,, ":,"." .... ! " lliej-euisn- rt "t!"" -- uw - J , I !.. , u. 6jrtnl omi. -l JW--ti- Mr. P. Ii'ls- H1V" Ull' HUH 141. 0e. - A r, vf" - - Semi-Week- ly Inter! THE OUTER MAN. VIRTUE TRIUMPHANT. In n Typej P fROYALPSSJ . : aro not opular among jaunty drivers. It is considered u great fad to liuvo ono's nutogrnnh molded on to n enno or umbrella handle in raised bilver letters. well known New Vorkers nro adopting tho craze. Tito whito "vest edging," tecently introduced, is finding a great many admirers. It serves a twofold put pose, being an ornament n3 well us a chest Many Silk elastic carters, with cold buckles. nro much worn by stylish young mon. scurf is rapidly reThe gaining tlio ground it lost by tho rovivnl of tho pulT. Whllo or gray knitted woolen mittens or gloves nro quito fashionable for outdoor ovening wear. Tho capo ulster is again to tho foro. Tailors reort tt creator demand for it than even that of last winter. Thb demand for novel shapei in collars No less than ten new colis growing lars nre now on tho market and more are coming. Light check luufllers on dark grounds aro coining into extensive use. White satin and bilk grounds aro Mill worn, but four-ln-linn- d Case uf AiWnt MlniUilne writer, Rich and Poor, Prince, and Peasant, tho Millionaire and Day laborer, by their common 1110 of this reniedx, attest the worhl-wld- o of Ayrr's Tills. Leading physicians reeoiiiiueuit these pills for Stomal h and Liver Troubles, Costhe-neslliliousiies.s, and Slrk Heailaeho ; also, for Ithenmatl.sm, Jaumllee, ami ( conNuuralgla. Tliey are sugar-coatetain no calomel ; are prompt, hut mild, In operation : and, therefore, tho very host imslli Ine for Family I'ne, as well as for Travelers ami Tourists. "I hae derived great relief from Ayer's Tills. Flo jenrs ago I was taken so ill with ten-titatld s, JTHE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ITHE LARGEST AND FINEST "Did you advertiso for a typewriter and stenographer, sir?" It was a beautiful girl, with willowy form and clear blue oves, who asked this question, and a pleasant 'Rtnile swept across the face of old Jacob Dil worthy ' HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES as he looked up from his desk and saw the lovely face and graceful figure of j $2.50 TO the applicant. Ha (lertniilc It was stern necessity which 'i . protector. The fashion of having a creaso ironed in the trousers, back and front, is falling into innocuous desuotude. Quito a number of Fifth avemio swells, whosodicturn Thi powder never varies. A marvel ol purity sets the mode, have dropped tho practice. Micirth and whnlesomeness Mure economical The latest thing in n watch chain is a Ilia t S ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in series of metal tubee, strung along upon fspttition with the multitude of low lot, inert Sold only In an almost invisible link chain in such a weirAt altinior phosphate powder ROYAL riAKINt, I'OWPER Co., Cat! manner as to bo easily adjusted Into a 106 Wall Street, New York penholder. One of tho end tubes contains n pen, which appears upon pressuio. Among tho Parisian exquisites it is considered an indication of good breeding to wear mismatched gloves. A carl 25 Acres and n fawn color aro tho accepted contrasts, although other tints nro selected, Two mile South of Stanford on Nral't Creek W, CH Alt; according to liking. Singulation is busy .4.tViirs me at artists-- , Kv as to whether tho fad will strike New POWDER Absolutely Pure. wealthy parents, she had Uvti suddenly left H?nniless and fatherless, with tho care of 11 widowed mother on her young shoulders. There were light hearts In the little Harlem home that night when rIic told her mother that she had secured the o- sitiim. "lie is wealthy and a widower. dear inothoi,"said the young girl. "Did you not read the storv in The fireside of 'Tho Pietty Typewriter; or. How Ciar- issa Louise Hoc Married a Millionaire.' Who knows what tho future may have in store for us?" And the young girl laid her blushing faco on her mother's shoulder. "I will trust you." said the old lady, in tender, motherly accents, "to make tho most of your oportuni- - Ite.ued woi Id to make her own living. In the lap of luxury, tho adored child of net t to go foith Into the ' compiled ING TO $4 PER DAY. rooms; II I - COMPANY 1 ACCORD- CREAM LEXINGrTON.KY. V IS TURKISH A Rl-ss- TIIS IS IIOIH ' M YJIi.MS (J(4DrJt,U!L9 I ties." FOB; SALE. Laud House and C. U fl G. A. BENEDICT & CO., York. Now York World. IN Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, NOVELTIES JEWELS. K A tiny swinging cupid is an attractlvo watch charm. Frosted gold nhnond nuts aro being worn ns culf btittons. Finger rings of bluo enamel, 6et with pearls, show to advantage. FOR Silver tablets aro being used on aus , AIno L.:uul iul Stcx-k- . picious occasions as menu cards. English silverware, tinted In old fashAs I desire to leate Kentucky I will sell at great sucriricc j saw mills complete with jo home boilers ioned shapes, is becoming stylish. iind 10 horte engines, a ta works, ox log nag Extremely odd as a queen chain iend-- , on wagons. liuckbtiard, spring wag- arid harness 3 yoke of cattle, 3 mules, horse, ant is a cunning little gold cako basket CTil nill complete, and my firm of 560 acre of Another novelty In jewelry is a green rob land Mill timbered. Will ell privatelv gold mushroom mounted ns a scarfpin. MART SMITH. jf Maywood, Ky. " Coral weklaees aro seen with allegor- STANFORD, KV. ' 'W9s drilled to order and Pump furnished at factory prices 30 SAWMILL SALE! I j 1 ,J 1 1 M 1 ' OTho BU YEHS1 QUIDE la March and Sept., year. It ii an ency of useful iufor- for all who ical figures susjMnded by Bmall gold wires. In pendants is seen a broad oval baud of gold, 011 which is perched a pretty arms. "Alas," said the sobbing girl, "1 fear that ho is getthig nwav from me. and that all the terms of endearment which ho has addressed to me during business hours mean alisolutely nothing; but I will teach him that oven if lie is a mil-liouaire hecannot tumcrxiththcslmplo heart of ti listing tyKwriter," "My precious one." murmured Iter mother, "I have long fcajvd this, but now I see that you are onto him." "1 am," rosiKinded Gertrude, fear-lessly, "with Iwth feet." From that day the anxious and doting turcut noticed achnngc in heronlychlhl. Tliero was a look of determination in her eye that boded ill to the wealthy tner-- ' cnant who had trilled with her young directions. She went nliout her duties outwardly thcsnme.nud Jacob Dilworthy littlo dreamt of the punishment that was so soon to 10 meted out to nun. But (iertrudo Barrett's hour of triumph came ono morning when the gray haired merchant came Into his private office with ashy faco and trembling limbs, and placing two letters leforu her demanded in grief stricken accents, "Miss Barrett, what does this meanV" The first of tho letters was as follows: 1 11 1 The days and weeks sped swiftly on, and ono "night ns Gertrude entered the humble cottage she slammed the door with tho xisslonafo Intensity of a wounded heart. "What is it, my darling?" cried her mother, as shu folded her child in her ' I was to do any work. I took thlee Imxes of A el's Pills and euthely cured. Sinn- that time 1 am never without a hoi of those pills " I'eter C'hrlslencn, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayer's Tills hae been In use In my family upward of twenty yenis unit have completely verified al that 'Is laimeil for tlioin. In .attacks of piles, from which I suffered many jears, they afford greater relief than any other medicine I cer tried." T. F.'Athtuis, Holly Springs, Texas. " I have used Ayer's Tills (or a number of j ears, and liae never found anything eipial to them for giving me tin appetite and Imparting energy and strength to the h stein. I nlwajs keep them In the liimie." It. I), Jaekson, Wllmlttgtoii, Del. " Two Imxes of Ayer's Pills cured me wns 1 that Rheumatism iiuulile STANFORD, KY , E. H..BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. I'M old .mil well known lintel (till maintains it high reputation, and lit Proprietor i deterimn. ond to no cunntry Hotel in ed thai it uliall lie the StJte in lit tare, AppoiiilinenU, or AttenlUgcage enteyed to and tion lo hit from detMit fret of charge- - Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. If Un t?-- sis VBHaHBaaMaBriMMBaaay,BB , juct. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON. KRNTUOKT, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Kenoi He. I and Refurnished. Kirst class Fare and Re ifmaUe IViees. D sy anil Mirfhl Trains arr met by Culil l'artrsaoi this Popular House. oT-l- XjOYID & CO., MtKIN.NKY, KV. For I'riiKs, Medicines, the famous Strop ot 1 isl t wet tour prescriptions promptly and correctly lillcil at all hours, and to tet your Staple (Wineries, fine Clears, Toilet Articles. Sc.L'oto l.osdiCo,McKliiney Or J A WILLIAMS will attend to our drug department; also attend to In town or the wants of the sick, nlht or yj conntr) und of soero NEWCOMB n HOTEL. j fiom which I was a sufferer." Kmum Kcyes, Huhhardston, Muss. "Whenexer I am troubled with or suffer from loss of nppetite, Aver's Pills set me right again." A. J. Klscr, Jr., Iteek House, Vit. "Ayer's IMIls nro in general demand Oar sales of niiuiiig our. eustoiiiers. them exceed those of all other pills combined. We hue never known them fall to glut entire satisfaction." Wright & llatinelly, S.m Diego, Texas. Headache, long Ja, MT. VHRNON, KY. This old and Hotel is still mainUia-inits Ane repulatiun. Charget reasonable. pe cial attention to the trat cling public M n, LOUIS SOHLEQEL, PirOTOGRAPIIER, KU'IIMOJCJJ I'hotojnpht in all I ' 8j It I' VrVVt'OMII. rrep. Ml Vernon, K. . KV. tyle and tuet. I'lduret In New de India Ink, Crayon and Wjtrr Colors nns in Frames and Malt at very low price (THAT FIGHT C, I' Slraincma. .St. Luuli, lrop't M A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Ktt'J ilWi.ln the U. S Court DirsAta I Tho Original Wins. BT lldQ f (SSsC A. 1 O ll.ellln, I'mp'r A.tS.Simmons I.l. f Regulator, Lst'd by Zeilln 1W1. I. A. S. L, M hat lot jt n Jtfsl iNMOHlTltlN, ArrsTiti. Son . UTirsriurSicK lIsaDacns.Loar bToMacii, Ktc. lieami, faslor M. !. Church, Adams, Tenn., write: "I a MlllOHNtlS. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mais Sold ty all healers In Medicine. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. The (.teas STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. meeting "I the stockholders of the National Hank of llu.tonullr will he held at their banking liou.e in Hu.tontille on the ad Tuesday m J .n nary, iJSSo, forthe putpoe nfelcrlini; nine Hircrt or- - tatcrte the ensuing ear. J W ItncKhK.CatrtKr 87 A THROUGH TRUNK LINE. U The SOUTH & WEST W,th buttons. structed Tho latest caprice in hair adornments is n correctly defined interrogation mark with a tortoise shell head. A miniature bunch of grapes, admira-- ' bly counterfeited in colored pearls. Is a unique scarf pin head. MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. quitobracelet eotnjosed of six strands has A Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. a deep iringo of gold thread strung with pearls, suspended from Its center. &G, s. PRICE. murm.m A black enameled circle, In tho center of which is a small bunch of white daisies, Is a late addition to mourning brooches. Jewelers' Review. 111-11- 4 of life. We can clothe you and furnish you with nil the necessary and unnecessary ivppliancea to ride, walk, dance, sleep, vat, tish, hunt, work, go to church, or stay nt home, and in various sizes, styles and quantities. Just figure out what is required to do all these things COMFORTABLY, and you can makes Jul' estimate of the value of the BUYERS' GUIDE, which will bo sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, the luxuries or the ' V A: Co., ) Dec. 12, 1838. "'Jacob Dilworthy, Esq., New York. parrot. "Dear Sir Inclosed we hand you Two coils of ropo skillfully twisted, with a diamond center, go to make up a your esteemed favor of yesterday, and beg that in all future communications new lace pin. you will confine yourself strictly to tho Two neatly gloved hands, with braid- subject in hand. Very truly yours, ings of rubies, aro ingeniously con-- 1 I.NDI'.R S J0. "UAIRSI'RINO, link "Office of II.wiisi'icinu, "AViNDF.it mui snouiu nave leen dead but ror your Ocnulne Al. A. Liver MeJirln. I h Utft?A aometimrt had to rubstltot. I "Zedln'a slnlfforinur M.tl jCtifftJij cln hut " don't answer the Uwu M,.wr( It. Gravti. Editor..-TJuOr. J. kldifr. .Mrmnhl. T.nn I received a package of jpour Liver Medicine, and hasc used half of It. It works like a charm. I want no better Liter Krirulalor and rcr Ulflljr no niorv oiZcilin'i miiturs. Sim-rno- '". lh. ) "PlIlLADKU'MlA. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINC. Na of the meeting of the jtotkholdcr tional llauk win be held at their hanking hou.e tn Stanford on the d luesday in January, ISHj, for the purpote of eleiting rleteii Dirrilnr to serve the ensuing year S; JHON I M ROltlRIS Cahir. Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, ' rilt Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. SPECTTIiATIOlT. The second letter, which written, was ns follows: "Per II." ) was type- .!:. A. KOMKIt, BANKER AND BROKER K fiQEgViOLACREAM " r.ettTfc' -- e ples, Tan. THIS lmTmTmmmm Black-Head- a, A few applications will render the innit MtibWnly red skin soft, smooth and .white. Viola Oream is not a paint or powder tocover defects, but aremedvtocure. It is superior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug-pitor mailed for 60 cents. Prepared by , JLSIT-TINloreJto TOLr.uo, 01110. ts Sunburn and ' O. C at CO., I, r s.'t A S g- Stanford, Ky Beauty Is desired and ailmned by all. -i be the things which m.i 1m- Amona. tlono to i'iilmii e ' ' the, w ill rostoru color, bring out a new urowth, and rendor tho old soft and shiny. For keeping tho scalp clean, cool, and ual!hy, tlu.ro is no bottur preparation in tiio juarllct. ' I am froo to confess that a trial of Aycr's Hair Vigor has convinced um Its use has that it is a geiiuiiio artiilo. my wlfo and tiot only caused the hair of slaughter to bj fllp Is the dally use of Ayer's Hair No matter ij;or. what tho color of the hair, this preparation elves it a lus tre nnd pHanoy that adds greatly to its I'liarm. Should tlie hair bu thin, harsh, dry, or turning gra luaitly personal Ayer's Hair Vigor u buslueta An to tako in the Standard theater with yoi r thing lill In thendertaknig and ,rcad hae a any full in A Michigan man who had lost hU wife old Bunny Tho balance "f stoik of the I and Casket-- Iiiih allWe of kinds and Rohes Cases tho funeral order willbohipiKHl toyouattheearliwt of kept his store closed till after de.criptmn Our lie irtc, wroth is nearly Mr shori and then docked his clerks for lost time. jos.sihlo date. (Certainly we can dire new tan he obtained n tiu.ine-- noiue win J show and (trtvn has hug- olnir 2lou,sw,ltl KtwIlBASTlCHICaSORtlfl- A well known lawyer of San Diego together. Telegraph jour mother tln.t our good .i an one ner li"g .tnjthii m '"" "I Cnl.. while in n barber's chair, turned vou are detained down town and won't Ine "uiairjc cj iioiri'K. ' suddenly to sK.ak to friend and a piece bo homo till late.) You may look ft r another shipment the latter part of this n6so was sliced ofL of his Sale Stable, THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE A eed and week. (You ought to lie on the stage glvery, A carpenter whilo demolishing a houso K. - I,r.oiftff"l4ih yourself, in dnr; vou'd look grand ji at lilnck Point. N. Y knockiil down n the front row.) Hoping to receive u CENTRAL KENTUCKY wasp's nent. Tho net fell on his neck of your order. I renm'n LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI I I'ol. I. and beveral of tho wasps, which were continuance truly, yours, ery benumlxHl with cold, went down his Daily. Set i.rrt to Travrltrs, "J COll DlI.WORTllV." back. The hi at of his Inxly soon warmed (Wouldn't you like to show up in a the insects into life again. Tho remarks new sealskin sneque the day sifter ( THE MOST RAPID ROUTE of the carjienter will not lw given. Ft er attempted l.tiisreri the great lommrrfial A novel wedding occurred 011 the Dictated. FAST LINE BETWEEN titles on the Ohsu Riser and Chic.,'", and hence boundary lino between Virginia and Beautiful, trusting Gertrude did in"1, the fatjr time and most enmlorlahle trains be W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. West Virginia, near Doo Hill, tho other marry a millionaire like tlm girl in TIi'J LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. tee all poiatsm the Se.ulh, or U the West 'kJ. Northwest. '1 he t ..unit ri.art of il,i. train on h day. Tho parties to lo married belonged Fireside. The old man compromised th" K trunk lines is dennminaled 1 he Limited Ltpresa. in west Virginia, and tho minister, not mnttur forcHsh, mid there is joy in he suptib rolling sloek we employ gites piromi M i sc 111 di i;i . ju, 4 lor hire t !wa !'' (..! turn, having a license to marry in that state, t'nlimiled C'owfori Harlem home. convene m on reasonable tern- OtTAt all Coupoo I'Kket Oilleet In Ihe Soulh stood on tho "borders of his land," while Then is a new typewriter in Jaco' iea Ii plates in the point on the railr'. id No No )Ou villi ml our lime tablet and lilkelt. Say Mc. tho contracting parties stood in West Dilworthy's olllce, t: whom httirM niO ientthe mountain section f lo MJie in non, get M'mon and stick 10 Munun, il .u want South Round ' T. Virginia and were inatlo man and wife dfctated in tho presence of witiiessef Daily. Sun. to sate noney and have a pleasant murnet. Sun. U O MeCORMIt K. in the presence of many w Unease. She secured tho iiobition becaiiM jo a sa lit pm!0!"" Lte Covirutton SCHOOL I HIGH I.rncral I'asacnger Agenl, t hirign THE " f m stomied the moment she npa-ai03 h M1 9 jl p m. I.se lalmoiilh. it i liikrgcnis and OrTu en M In the olllcu. . I untitle Ky l.v. Cyallnaaa .. of a M 16 jo p m JJPm CULINARY MAXIMS. Hi'kmh, if 4it $ 'O p hi o inwti Air l'ans ill open ii nil kkK(, ur mc tt Cineu n ' lb o Thus was iitui' triumph int. -- NeV in li. A p m, lo 10 (t m jo Arr l.mori York World. Another's bread costs dear. u'p'm, J I' l'ans 4U1 1889, I.ve Winchester. J M ID 5$ pmic"i ,n On a Arr All griefs with bread aro loss. Things Olio U'kiiIiI Italliei llu' l.clt IVArr lliehmofiil Living well is the best revenge. to p Arr LiHiastar.. O.llll. whi jia pr Arr Stanford. Flies tumble not the boiling pot. Man) pupiMiate aluad) m ied aiidlln a J p in peels. ire much better than last term for by lull I.ve Richmond Ihe Arr llrrca A littlo with quiet is tho only diet. o v m ., Itool. Our w.rk is thoiough, a. it shown ...j.. year shn Arr Lexington. .. i 45 I"" who went out Horn us latt Every day bi lags its bread with it. CHICKEN the eii.iiiiiic term of the Common make .ispeeialts Speak not of u dead man at tho table. School and leachers Course lirncc tlnw eapect No. ,. s Nh 1. North- - lloulh. 5 thnn enter mg to teach could sianeli do hetier A littlo kitchen tnukclh a largo house. our classes. Cholera Cure ! .. r to l.inngtlon... $ ui a m I. Rate from Si All things require skill but an .ippo-titI'micipal M. I a ml A , STRANGE STORIES. "New York, Dec. 11, I8d3. j "Messrs. Hairspring, Winder & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. "Ge.vti.khen: I am in receipt of your esteemed favor of 10th Inst, (now would you like iir of nine buttoned gloves for thosu pretty hands, my dear?) and I'i reply would say that tho goods werti slupied on the 8th inst. as icr iuvoic (I saw vou walking in the park yeste--da- y wfth a young man: wjis that the same one who took vou to the inatinet,vi 11 "OrncE of Jacob Diuvorthv Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. & lltidj) Nr.W and w New Strtrt Only one ttiange lo points in OKK CU ARKANSAS Seeking J. T. STJTTOIT A CO HUSTONVILLE, KY. etr-rs ee A. ., or write I'otroloum. IIOl'CillT.SOl DA (.AKItllt) ON .MAKdlN EMIGRANTS I' S - Send for esplanatry rniphlrt 61 iv homes on the line of this road will r rinse Special rate. agent "I this Company for ralr,t"ute 10 TEXAS. StocJcn, Dondn. Ortvln. Provisions rtnd in six (0) iarcels. (How would you t.T AIMOIIF. 1 1 Ira (il'U.A,Ky ouIimII', I limiVail -- K KentuckyGentralR. R. uahs .11 iMUMtiMMN -- U" 11 NKW FAST MAIL ) 3m th'-littl- x ioHo, , 1 1 1 I m-a- !' -l I 11 1 . Si K. k . HIM? . . . 1 C - I , - T 11 H , - February p,ii . e . . 1 ANTER1 - , 1 e. w . ' Mrs 11.N, 111..111I1 Assistant Abundant and Glossy, mt it has given my rather stunted inns-i- j ho a resperlalilo length and appcar--tiiceIt. Ilrittoii, Oakland, Ohio. ." "My hair was mining out (without .my assistant n from my wife, either). I tried Aver's Hair Vigor, using only ltI was tak.cn by 11 morsel," sajs tho fish. IIu that eats the hard shall eat tho ripe. The dainties of tho great are the tears of the oor. Who hath no more bread than need must not keep a dog. I had rather nsk of my (ire la own bread than Ijorrow white of din neighbor. Table Talk.' THE FORTUNES OF SHOWMEN. Miss MaiKmet Pray sit down. Imj so sorry mamma anil my bisters nro out Shy Curate (who has called on parish business) Oh, pray don't mention it Ono of tho family is quite enough. Lou don Punch. Test lug It by Uesirera. Lsidy (to grocer's lioy) llerca. Lu Richmond. A. S. F.RICE, SURGEON ntedliyDr V.l! Olbce on Lancaster iiric-t, .. Arr I.ve Stanford I.ve Lancaster . Arr Richmond., ie 11 5 1 a m .1 m a in a in p in 6 50 p 111 V m p III p III1 II rs I i 3 10 DENTIST, KV in r STANTORIi, IV1111) Arr Winchester Arr Tans I.ve Lexlugtou .., . l.e Ricliinond. . jo 1 nte'entl) va- - National Garment Cutter. County for the Na I urn sole Arfent in Lincoln tional iJanneiil Cutter, which was sicken so lustily of by Ilro Ilarne. in the InleriorJourii.il. Price, with full instructions, $S. It I'ATIKN, Mr. MAR C'rab Orchard, Ky. 88.6m It. T. Seliiiiltlou, Dickson, T01111. Hair Vigor In " I have ueil Aver's of years, and my Samilv for a iiiiuiIht 'it as tlm best hair preparation I know of. It keeps tho scalp clean, the soft ami lively, and preserves the original color, My wlfo has used it for a long timo with most satisfactory D., IJeiijamln M. Johnson, M. Thomas J fill, Mo. " M v hair was becoming harsh and dry, hut after using half a bottle of Ayer'sI Hair Vigor it grow hlaik and glossy. -- a lino t express the joy and gratitude I iwV MabelO. Hardy, Delavau, 111. re-ca- ue Iwittle, and I now have as lino a 3ie.wl of hair as any one could wish for." Ayer's Hair Vigor, BY r. C. Ayer Sc Co., Lowell, Mais. Sold liv DniKclsts ami I'erfiiincrs. J. Jatncs A. Dailoy Is easily it million aire, and lilts associate, Iliitctiiiinon, lias about Imlf that sum. i June, both John NiUhans and former partners of Harnuin,,nre worth about $100,000 apiece. Seth Haines, tho former owner of tho Ixindon Circus, has retired with l,olH, 000 to show for his work. Old John Robinson, of Cincinnati, now deceased, left about $800,000 which ho had acquired In tho nanio business. Adam Forepaugh is estimated as having n fortune of about SIiOO.OOO, most of which is invested in Philadelphia real estate. P. T. narntim Is worth from 1.000, 000 to $0,000,000, half of which he has mado out of his show ventuics during tho past llfteen yctirr-U-w- THE NAPIER HOUSE, LIDEnTY, KY., Aren't Old thoso very small apples in thut barrel, boy? Boy Yrs'ni, on top, but down below thoy'ro great big fellows. Old Lady Isn't that very unusual, to put tho biuall fruit on top? Boy Yes'm: but tho boss has just bought a motto to hang up on tho wall: "Honebty Is tho best policy," an' I heard htm say that ho'd try tho now fako on tho apples just to seo how it worked. New York Hun. F. W. WARRINNER.PROP'R. T leased the abotc lintel and intend run. Spe-ci.tuns It in fir.tclas. st) Ie ill every li.irtUul.ir. m S3 atten ion to commercial men I hate UOTIOEI nrc-.cn- "J) Stan-ford- , The i'uriuir National Hank, located at in Lincoln omul). K) , is now ncttlmi.' its hereby i,t en to all .itlalrs and therefore notice is note,or having claims nB.Uiisl holdlni; iiJ t them for payment. said Association to Oct. 18, iB3l JOHN II. OWtl.KS , CashUr. in S S l m Si p in 10 ut 6 m p mli 35 in 6 50 p in Arr Cotingtun. OntheMavsville llranch, NoO. leatet Talis at 8 30, a m and No, n, at J o, p in, arrislng at Maystilleat to jo, a m, and 740, p m. No. 10 leaves Maysvillc at 600, a in, arming at rant dat 8311, am. No. il leatet Maystille at 105 arrises at I'arls at 315,(1 in. These trains are daily except Sunday No. 31 leaves Cosingtnn at 8 30 a in. arrives at Falmouth at to 30 a in; Sunday only No. 31 leaves ralmniith at 4 30 p m, arrives at Covington at 6 30 p in; Sunday only No, 15 leases Lesing-top in No. 8 leaves 7 15 p m, arritcs lari 7 5 of dollars worth of Covinglon 5 ao p in.arritet Falmouth 7 o p in. No 7 leatet Falmouth at 30 a in, arritcs at Cov- chickens die every year from Choi ington at 7 50 a m era. It is more faUil to chickens than DAILY KXCEl'T SUNDAY Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win- all wther diseases combined. Hut the NOTH chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other discovery ol u remedy mat positivtl) trains are dally except Sunday. Direct connection is made at Winchester with cures it has been made, and to be conChsapeake & Ohio for Ml. Sterling, Ashland lliictinglon, Charlettan, V Va. and Kattern cities vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial, FnS'I LINK - Nos 3 and 4 run via socents bottle is enough foi trains with I'lillinan Sleeping Cars, and Richmond, a., and Win- one hundred chickens. Cincinnati It is guarchester and Washington, anteed If, after using s of Through tickets and biggage checked to any a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly destination reached liy a railroad. For full particulars address any agenl of the Co. satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken S. K. . AIORSK, K. II. IIACON, Travclinir l'ass'g'r At., (icn'l I'ass'g'rAijt., Cholera, return it to the undei signed e.otiui;iun, rty, I.cxingion, rty and your money will be refunded. ILK. IIUNTINdTON, C.eneral Manager. For tale by McRobem A- Stagg, Stanford Covington, Kentucky. OonOfflcod. 1 . ; I.vel'aris I.ve Cjiitliuna Lte ralmoiilli . 4 5 'iS 3 is) i 40 o" l 911 am IS 111 3 4 a) p in in 35.. pin io p m Thousands Winches-ter.ASoh- a two-third- - M ImX &&lMGV&l3iBEl KEsaciv