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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889010801 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. ' I. V' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. IN MEMOniAM. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. f Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. -?- 1"''1A,i,r 8. d889. iH, NO.-9- 5 liivlnirliilmlu ilu-- r t my friend, .Miiic Khcrl. only clntiitli-U- r who ofAniliuw anil Katu tell iihIuc'i ut hor home in Utah Oiohiinl fclopil Die 5, ISils. Miipulf w" anil fully a ycarn-jo- , will consumption aunro of liar numlHinii lms patiently and humbly ntvnllctl tho niiminoiH of hor ft I Tji Meal wanteit ut T. It. WnltonV. -- All W,li.KloKK Imnatin ... the II. F. IlohitiHoii wild to Pony Ucnz-- 1 millinery line will rail on Jim. K. W. y jmir of uoik nuilc for i'Hio, She will nell at cost her cli'j,'unt I. Shclhy line of KiHMlHfiom now NUin ('. It Itoll hoiij-hto- f until Feb. 1st hi hltilllon, lliuechloailcr, forc-I-I- tev. J. X..IIiihIIiiK prunchuil at tho - For Sm.k. CiirdiMid of utrictly niri church Siiiuliiv innriiitii? and yearling cotton mulH, In (hh onlcr. 11. nil-liIll- - Iiuh Ihvii mlliil by tin iiiein- -' W. (inine. It horn of thl church to prciieh (luring the Foil S M.i:. KK1 Imi1hIh of nice, clean - -a O. M.lhttT Allium . i ..i.... iiirins: i ihiuub mm i ii..,. i kt IMIKV HlllHI "O WH1 flflUC HI an.l arrcsjt hci iliseiiMJ, m-ru- hut uitliniitnvnil. onu' clover need and about 'Jit htipht'ls of It tinioiliv wi'l. ltoit & On tor. I). N. Prewilt Mild to Kl HntchlnnH n( f.kitiiti ,.itil..i (II! CIIIVf ..ml iml Ilk . i vmiiuh .ini "..iiiiikh clmwllii IJ. iyle county a lot, of plntf -- M 5 Mv.my anu mireiy . ' Tn their business m.. cruel death mi unwelcome in "" ,o.m-i to jH.'). at I.nn claimed the loviiiKMnie. Aware Thl, Hllll lone tl.iouh the apple . ..., tli.it her hour oi involution we mH ()( n,rjttlH ,llv i,lm(llllt' fMlit crop next kliu bade the jsrluf htricKen mother to w, ,V1, ( . Skaggs Mr. Dillion goes to Fast man. summon homo lovwl fiiundn, whom Mio Vear. Cohimbia Spectator. "In and About" says tho newspa. . .. :u it. . i . Tennessee next week with tho idea of i t..... lill'l reitli'Htou Kl roue hit umii mi h- The Niishville uuthoritieH announce locating there. pers have been lulling the editor that Will, in order to md (deep. She upoKo of herdcp.irturuiiH thitt their race meeting will beuiu April the Lord broke his thigh; that Hrother Annie, daughter of J. S. Fish, Milnuto if fora journey, 'At iiistend of Muy 'J, the date formurly of Lincoln, but now of Fine-vilh- t, Haines tells him the devil did it, and tho m to hur clothes nud rvHtitiK ph'fc. Then wjine tiiiiu hko. The meeting v ill cov r was macricd to Dr. J. M. ISIack, of writer adds: "The fact that Col. Walton dim in death, hIic ten days. when her made an unguarded step on a slippery Mif place, at Jellico last week. that As low as possible, begin iniliil her family iiround hur, bade them year IMiil Arniour'H cash trans-action- s Anna is well known in society here and pavement seems to hnvo escaped the noa fund pioibbye and kihuinu them en-- I in the beef and pork husincMi we congratulate the fortunate young tice of tho opposing consolers." "In and rented them to mi lie an to meet her in amounted to $.m,00i,000 and he seems to have forgotten what until upon having won such a lovely About" I leaven. She hud no fear of death and head of cattle, 1,H 0,000 young lady. made the pavement Blippery and who the jjruvo hud no terror for her. Nhc hogKiind l(il,.V!',l sheep. We will Mr. James F. Holdain and Miss Iiu-ann- a made the "what." Some one covered CASH only) on the first day of wa a coiiMistent niendwr of the Christian - Itichard Ten Ilroeck h.iys that OrJames accompanied by Misses the pavement with sleet. If Col. Walsell everything Regardless oi Cost. ( hureh and then and in her Sunday monde is the neatest nicehorw he bin Mollie llrooks and Sabra Hays, were ton had met his misfortune by stepping mhool hIio will be iiiImhwI and inourned, ever seen and Unit second to him conus upon nn infernal dynamite machine, married in Cincinnati Tuesday. Mr. Customers will find the reduction general throughout ir.r mi fimi i'iiii till MnL'L'ie'H idace. At thu Fivnch horse (iladiateur, winner in Holdain is an excellent young man would the occurrence have been regardJas- - j ,S(tr () her niimt her Indoved pastor, Itev. llluj s!t. most stsiplcas well as "Winter goods. To on t,(, while Mis Louaiia is so well known ed simply as "an unguarded tep," or the stock, Livinpitoii, preuelieii ner iiiuemi L M M,y ,n( n,lL,(, t,a, irxU here for her beauty and lovely disposi would diligent search hnve been institu- give nou an idea of the and many lovtni: tributen did he jwy t"j or,.mr(j nill. triu.k . wjh sta tion that it is useless to add more. May ted by the authorities and the people to ler tneinory. The emotion expressed ble of li or 7 horses there. Ho left this their union be a happy one. find the llend who was engaged in plantI. y the entire coni elation kiivc ample morning for Columbia, Mo., for his two a number of young people at- ing dynamite devilment around on the Quite vidciicti of how she was beloved and la- colts there and will training on i2? tended a hop given at the College New pavements ? x Her reinninn were followed to his let urn. mented. There was it report last week that J. Year's Kve. 1SHS was over and the new tlts nmvi' by n InrKi manlier of frieiuls The famous stock farm Lone Klin, year far advanced Ik1 fore the young V. Sandifer, cashier oftho National Hank, We will mention :t few items selected at random from the and relativcrt and in the old ravis-yar- d on thu Hairodshuri: pike near I.cxiuK folks, wearied of dancing and turned had tendered his resignation, to take efone qualvarious departments. (Where we mention a'l that wan mortal of our faithful friend ton, containing i:i0 acres, was sold by their steps homeward. Among the fect on the 1st inst. This was an error. w uncommitted to earth, there to await Claude we mean that all other grades will ity in a line oi'g-oodli. I litems to Audiew J. young Indies present were Misses Mag- He had no thought of doing so. Howthe tlnal summons of our Master. A Co., of Chicago, f0rSi.J,UH)iMiniv-alei- it be reduced in proportion: gie Holmes, Maud I'ettus, Kva Huchan-na- ever, nfter the rotation of a few days, he toil-SOur Heavenly Father in His infinite per acre. determined to do ho, and has tendered, Katie James, Jennie Payne, wisdom has leached down and plucked Itrinkley ik Catron, of Somerset, Carson, Alice Moore, Iockie Dillon, his resignation, to take elFcct nud reanother cherished tlower fniinllincarth-- v have ttouuht in this nud Pulaski counH. F. Hudson will fill his place. J. Wes- - Clark's Spool Cotton, .10c dozen; best Apron Ginghams Mrs. II. II. Farris. Irene Dillon and ' n pirdetiaud transplants) it to His of horses to ship South, at d ties a from 10c to 7Ac; best Penangs reduced from 12lc duced Mrs. Jo. Coney, of Danville, who ley West has been selected as teller. Hewheiv loviiiK'HUKclx will at- $01) to? I M). Tliey have nlso bouidit in above, to 10c; Lonsdale Cotton reduced from 10c to 8c; Ma-sonvi- lle bus been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. P. ingoneoftbo best accountants in the tend it. of cotton the last few weeks a (!eo. State, Mr. Sandifer has served in the Dillon, returned home Thursday. of the Cotton reduced from 10c to 8c; What a consolation to her mules for which they paid from i'.'S to L. James, J. W. Moore, (Seorge Harris double capacity of cashier anil bookLoom reduced from 10c to 8c; best Lonsdale although Ma-' parents to know that $1.15. and Wilson Dillon are in iouisvillc this keeper and has labored with his accusCambric reduced from 12A to 10c; best Un can never more come to them, that Cor.NTV Coi ur. Cajit. II. T. Bih week. Col. Jas. W. (Sliest, of Danville, tomed energy, applying himself closely Ik vacant here, 100 head of cattle on the her chair will always Canabout bleached Cotton reduced irom is visiting friends here. Miss Leah Stt-g- er to his duties during his connection with they am every day making a pilgrimage market yesterday, bidding slow. Those ton Flannels reduced from 1.1c to 12c; returned to Georgetown Tuesday. the institution. If he has not made any nearer to her and the time is not far dis sold brought '.'J to 4 cts. A few jduj; Misses Maggie ami Kva Htichanan are mistakes he should trim his wings and Table Linen reduced $1.2.1 to 9fc; Red taut w lien tills journey on curiii, "nun 0rM,H were sold at .l.'i to iM; work take immediate (light to n better world the guests of tludrsister, Mrs. John Table Linen reduced from H.le to 2Tc; trials and sorrows, will eiut anil uiej j ,,,,,1 brought $100. louisville. Mr. Will Carson left than this. We hope he will not fly, but darling, tube parted no, line Xapkins reduced from 3.o0 Mill greet their his three years on the tit f Monday to accept a jKisition as traveling that ho will occupy his time for a while more in her Father's house, whero there Torn, (jllUa liW woa je.oo in stakes to S2.7;l; Towels reduced from sidesman for a wholesale vinegar house longer on the terrestrial. In whatever arid purses. (sno ileath nor parting. lis sire, Harry O'Fallon in Louisville. Mr. Will Hrooks no long- line ho may embark, he will have the 2.1c to 17c; Flushes and VelKlcep on, dear friend, life's jouiney is htiurt t,jH M.s(m for $100. In addition vets reduced from $1 to G7c: er smiles at the young ladies from be- good wishes of a host of friends. i ver, the Mowers will liloom nliovo you to 'jVrm Cotta he bus sired such line per- hind the counters of Mr. J. W. James' Black Kep Silk reduced Danvim.k. Thereturnsof the assessor and lilt stride swiuiy lurwaru, oiu in our formers t Sam Ivcker, Krupp (Sun, store, his time as dork having expired from SI. SO to $1.20: show that Hoyle has St!,s,"i(5(."i of taxaDady Max, John Davis, Harvard, hearts is a shrine devoted to thee time Jan. 1st. He leaves soon for Ixiiiisville. as time assuages O'Fallon ami Her.iu. ble property. will never ellnce, and The engineers have Skirt - Lining CamMiss Maggie Holmes spent several days foundseveral practical routes for a track Miittingly it Siniins bought of Ostur grief we will look Imck on the past bric reduced from of last week with Miss Irene Dillon, and exclaim within our health, "lie do- - borne Hros. 'Ai mules for (Slen." Miss Mollie to connect us with the L. it X. either at 7c to .1c; best at "Honey Suckle Aluin Spring or Shelby City. The Kate SI1L'. W. K. A S. A. Itnssell wild to A. fib all things well." ' Hrooks returned from Cincinnati FriSi lesias reduced ioIImhhc fotiriw, , K Devine, of California, a carload of 'I hriH;li with (urlh't Bensbery Opera Co., will be here on the Miss Sallie (Sreen is visiting day. 1 :5c: but l"Kim, ere her liftfrom 20 to . The Farmers National declared II, r.'gistured llolcteiu calvoa at an average friends in Danville. Miss Lizzie Hiutt the Citizen's and HtC her feci lud Kttwvn weary of 550 each. It. J. O'Daniel it Son purthe Hoyle National "Whalebones ttone her limit plli;riiiwi;r She will left Tuesday for Missouri. 5 per cent, dividends. Wakefield it Lee chased of Henry Abell II fat mules, at Kro the tirol ilew of the morning .mil the reduced from make that state her future home. Mr. L. W. Hudson, of Garrard coun5115; of Hen Heaven 5 for?10S; of Hen A. UIii.Ii upon tlii tote S. sold to 10c to 8c: Dress Lou A. Pettus accompanied by John a J tlepjltntihr ai deeping la a irilm Abell 11 for $110; of Win. Spalding '2 for ty, 11 aged sugar mules at SK55. Same Kdmiston left for Hirininghain Wednesmh! Steels reduced from (! rrpite ICHi ouch. Muck in it Hamilton shippid bought of John Parks; of Paint Lick, 21 day. Misses Ida Pettus and Leltie Car1.1c to J)c: Spool Silk I'reKle, Wn.ihrr, eep not fof hr, lei unr d of hogs Friday bought in th's a cotton mules, 15 hands, at Hol-t- i son nre on the sick list. Miss Kate tie iHe in (linger, M. C. Thurnian has rented Un5107.50. county at 1 1.55. Lebanon Knterpiise. reduced from 10c to 8c; A. I lint youmijr n hi meet her, 11 yur in ii is quite low with consumption. King Han, the dead premier of livery ntahle now occupied by '"Tip it Buttonhole Twist reduced fiMttucfn kh!4 you then W. Montgomery is convalescing. W heads the vein ling avoruge in 1SSS, Harry" Bruce, on Fourth, near Main Keel AHyiml I hut h await yon, ami from 3c to 2c: best Skirt Mtlh a imilv, Ifrevt his is colts and llllies bringing $10,715, street. Tip it Hairy will move to tho L CHURCH. AFFAIRS. Mit retetie the ciiMiUtln llwt he' matt Braid reduced from 10c to oc; , He which is equivalent fronting on Main street, which Mr. with CUriit e'rr mWle." of New Canton, Bruce owns. 1). C. Terhtitie and F. S. highest-price- d Ladies Wool Vests and Pants H.uton P. Simpson, the honor suing the Al.H-Il. r. also hascolt, his son ofKing Thomas, Tenti., and Miss Kate Hiown were mar- McClelland bought on Monday, 24 yearreduced from .?1 to 70c; Men's I'reachcrsville, Ky. All told, the get of M ried at London last week. ling mules for $2,000, and one Wool Vests and Pants reduced from Itev. H. A. D.twes got a haiuNotne for $100, of I). J. Curry it Hue. On stallions were stild at public auction in Teachers Meeting. $1 to 70c: Steel Point Hair Pins reumbrella as a- - New Year'n same day they bought bix yearling mules Progranime of Teacher's meeting to 1SSS, ami Miese nnui.eicd 710 colts and duced from ;lc to 2c: best Pins reduced llllicH. The amount rculixed by their gift fiom his Junction City congrega- at $S7 pur betid, of W. S. Vanarsdall it lie held at Crab Orchard on Friday from 10 to .1c. Other xuall Notions in proSon. Advocate. night, the 25th and Saturday. Jilth: sale was tl75,s:'hi, a gniml average of tion. . Hen Helm delivered a very jui:'..!)-.'Itev. portion. Hamburg's reduced from 10c to 28c; Welcome Atblress, Mis Alice Stewart; The Hannibal, Mo Courier coninteresting lecture at the Presbyterian Torchon and Smyrna Laces reduced from 20c to K. L. Tanner; "Awake to ((espouse, The following exipiisite little gem is church Sutulav afternoon on "The ways tains a long account of the murder by essay, Miss Kdith Morgan; "Fit-nebest Ribbons reduced from Me to 22c; Coran unknown assa.vin of Amos J. Still-welfioin the pen of J. It. ltichardson, edi- and customs of Noithern China." for Teaching," Miss Maggie Lewis a large pork packer, who removed sets reduced from .?2 to 7ilc; Ivid Gloves reduced Itev. John Hell Gibson will preach tor of the (llaxgow Times and one of the Mutual Aid," or "How May Teaeheis from Marion county, Ky., to that city in Sundayduring the year on the from to 00: Kid (Moves reduced from $1.75 to $1; Other?" W. F. .McCla-ry- ; brightest writers in tho State: "Not frequently Kncoiir.ige lessons, each time a week J8U. since .s70, when, Christmas day, tho -school Kid Gloves reduced from 52 to Sl.ttS; FurlMufl's reduced "Self Iiuproveinent," Miss Mittie prior to the recitation of the lesson. writer cracked the heels of a pair of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. to 52; Lace Curtains reduced from 52.10 to 1.85; Crow; "Inlluonce of the Teacher's Lanbare-fee- t The South Keutuckiau says that The beit salve in the world together, went hunting cuts, hrutaes Pupils," N. W. Hughes; guage I'pon the ,lor with a toothless yellow dog traditionally Kid. A. P. Cobb closed his three weeks sorea, ulcers, tall rhcittn, fevcr.sorcs, tetter, chap, All Wool Hose reduced 10c to 28c., Fleecy Lined Hose ree 'How May the Teacher Magnify or with L'5 addi ped Hands, chilblains, corns anil all skin erupcredited with knowing a rabbit whuu he meeting at llopkinaville His Profession?" Mrs. Mollio Dento 2.'ic, Ladies' Cotton I lose reduced from Christian church and sever tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay re Maggio saw it, and was chased up a syecamore tions to the ny; "Waking up Jlind," Miss quired. It i guaranteed to iitve perfect satisfacduced from 10 cents to .'() cents. tree by n thin colored bull, has Christ al to other churches. I'rown; "Is a Knowledge of the Higher I)'r. (Suerrant was offered :i,000 a tion or money refunded I'rice 15 cents per box. inas liioiigut witlt it so much of llranchcs of Study Necessary to the Suc-- j mill so liltlenf winter. Tlw nihhit spring venr. a iiursouai'O and two months Vll Korsaleby A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. All strictly "Winter Good., such as Blankets, Shawls, h j . . . " cess of a Teacher?" Prof. W. F. Niles; . .. I 11.. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. long since passed away amid the tears C.lllOll 1(1 gO. .lO Illll I... .III,., I... i.u MV- Colored and Black Cloaks Flannels and I'nderwear. "Ignorance, a Criino in This Age," Miss of his bare-foo- t d It Mas just an ordinary scrap of wrapping p.i master; tho ferred to remain with his Kentucky at Kate Hogle, Miss Mary (iormley; "The and three months' vaca- per, but It navcd her life. She ms in the last Dress (roods, and all Dress Trimmings bull was gathered to his fathers by the charge at Teacher's Authority anil Itights, How business end of a shot gun years ago' stages of consumption, told by physicians that tion. only live a short time ; she was incurable and Protected," Ilov. J. A. Hogle; "How "Please she weighed lei than could to ashes scattered to tho from buck-log- s Kov. H. K. Noel writes: 70 pounds. On a piece of Wo Save the Had Hoy?" DisVussion Shall winds, marked tho fall of the sturdy urgo through the columns of your puper wrapper paper Oie read of Dr. King's New K) ho opened by W. F. McClnry, John syecamore-tree- ; got .1 sample bottle; it helped her.she ninny of Hint merry n full attendance at the Haptist church, our prices. We will sell no A will be seen by e it A. Chappell. dead; many Hustonvillo Saturday and Sunday, Jan. bought a larue boltbetter he'ped her more, bought troupa of fait, continued its uieand and grew W. F. ) of importance another sale, and our friends and patrons more ought to be. All that is left is thu 12th and Cltli. Business is now itrone, healthy, rosy, plump weighing lju goods on credit during this Mas. J. F. CSovkii, VCom'tce. memory of a day gloriously spent, and on Saturday and communion on Sunday. pounds. For fuller particulars bend stamp to W, will please not ask for credit, as we cannot refuse some and J N. W. Hl'OHEH, The regular church meeting at the 11. Cute, drtiKiiiit, Port Smith. Trill bottles of a too so gloriously stubbed that thu nail this wonderful dlscoicry free at A, It. l'eun's credit others without giving offense, and our prices will be ever after refused to grow. The gre n Haptist church here takes place at 1::U) drugstore. The Wisest Gin. kirk-yar- d at which time the and i. m. next Saturday, ' I bought my wile a veliet iucI.'' Christmas makes thu fat cut so low that we must have spot SPOT CASH. Our Tln'i pioiully loasieJ Mr. Ilionn Fupepsy. nastor. Itev. Preston Hlake, and Mr. J no, that is the end of us all." well selected, and this will be the "She'll be, with that upon her bad. This Is what you ought to haie, In fact, you stock is full, fresh and L. Smith are expected to be present, and Janio in toivn." The bet-lrefully enjoy life. Thousands are mutt have it grandest opportunity ever olfered the people of this section. a full attendance nf the membership is searching for ittodaily, slid Syrup of Tigs Hut chct fid or diumonil rniK mourning because they wl.V Can bring tin balm to sufftrinK find it not. Thousands upon thounands of dolIs Naturo'i own truo laxative. It is the desired. $20,000 worth of Bargains to select from. We use pennies r.iMjtlte l'rckcription is the thing lars are spent anniiully'by our people in the hope most easily taken, And the most etTectivo life. Tonaie her that they may attain this boon. And yetitmsy and will make exact change. Clonnso tho System The Only Perfect Remedy The great anil miveielun remedy, know tlie remedy known to be had by all. We guarantee that Klcctric Hitwhen Bilious or Costive; todlspol Headworld oi er, for all (mule troulilet, lnPamiuatloii, For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, nud ters, if used according tu directions and the uie imd internnl ditplacemcnK i Ur. aches, Colds, and Fevers j to Curo Habitcruel backache, kindred Ills is tho famous California liquid pcrsiited ill, will bring you Good Digestion and 1'ierce'n Faiontn I'reicriptlon. It I the onlyfruar d Install instead oust the Demon Dyspepsia ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, otc. fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. Itstrongt! uitecd cure. See miarantee on eicry bottle wrap Hupepsy. We commend Klcctric Hitters for DisManufactured only by the California Fig ens as well hs cleanses tho system, it pell. la and .ill diseases of I.i,r, btumkih and Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. i asily tukon, and perfectly harmless Kid ies. Snhl nt jec and ft per bottle by A K I'elleti-Ken- tly laintim nraeliiely Dr. l'iere' 30i$.3SnrX3TJX,J, Penny's drugstore. For Bale by A. H. Penny, Stanford. For sale by A. 15. Penny, Stanford. tathartic aciordiutf to doe. jj tents. j ..-(on-ciuent- lv cn-ck- ,..... " 7 linnil lirollier, II. C. KauJInm. . vWtinK Several of our citi.ciiH re in Fninkfmt Join. um wreK tiio u. f. jmy. ' "iir.Ictt'ri mile of household f,,('lH ll,st w,l'k "'its entirely satisfactory. TIm" residence won nlfcivil an.l with-- ; mwn. It lias not jussc lotl.elmndH hi ii. iv i.. oiu Hue noiun it present year. My accounts are all ready for wttlu-inen- t yet ami still oilers it for sale. I.. F. Hubble received a tulegrainan-noiincin- g and I ask those who owe me to the death of his cousin, Hon. plense coino forward at once and pay I need the money and mint have II. II. Itrinkley, on the night of the them. (ith inst. at Somerset. Mr. Itrinkley once it. F. . Jones. -- Mr. V. It. Dillon sold his saw mill represented the county in thelcgislature. to John V. (Sentry it Ilro. for $L',0(K He was prominent in business circles at Mr. (Sentry will soon begin sawing on home and was an active, generous, true lfot ,Iust P, fl 51.TI P'fi I'M 51 XI PP, J llCAjlLfL V, J, J11CUJlJLcL ' O. '" t. j ilUMlaUli IIAVIVd- mm, STOCK DETERMINED to MAZE a CHANGE About February 1st, . -- i ae diri-ctioi- --- REDUCE Iat MhiikIi-teredfiill.l- A SLAUGHTER SALE January (For ir p,.,. i Ur, tle ,,., In-p- :tuin;Stl:ttVtf s i onl' n, to-da- e,ar-Ow- car-loa- car-loa- d jjriof-strick-e- n Fruit hotooic; White Hal-dema- n, iirjg 1 a-- He-vok- e, d - li; , 1 t car-loa- d hit Dix-ium- i, y v gold-heade- d ," w l, .! from.l Fie-vat- :0c .liu-Iiii- i tilo dun-colore- S2.-I0- A BIG SACRIFICE! Nil, rabbit-hiinteiua- getting tm-ilo- 11 ROBERTSON & KINNAIRD, IVorth Side Main Street, KENTUCKY. " Vw- - pj I W. II. Anderson has been appointed D.i. IUkkk, tho lively old democrat who was president of tho Fholbyvillo ehief train dispatcher of tho Kentucky MeCre.iry Club, is n candidate for the Central. George ('. Cohen, of Anderson, was legislature and the people of Shelby Stanfohd, Ky., Januaky 8--, He voted thrown fiom his buggy and ban one of X):R,U3-GKES-T should rally to his support. for Andrew Jackson in 18:12 and has! his ankles broken, At New Hope, W. Vu., a boiler in a since been a woiking democrat. In a W. P. speech before the Club Convention in steam grist mill exploded, killing four DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONARY, Tin: resignation of tho otllce of Tub Louisville last June, he said it was fool fanners and injuring othois. lie 1'rinter and Hinder hv Dr. John I). isli to talk about Tliuriuan being too old j Hubert Klder sull'cre.'l the extieme FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Consipkkuu.v disfigured and not yet Woods will take the public, not ao his penalty of the law at .May's Ij.ndiug, X. He was for the PllICI.ll JH cfc ritt' 1 .! iUI.lt' Ij 'in, MHlUCll. ablo to Ret in tho ring or out of the "1-- ltmit,.(i with hn intentions, with great senior by four years and he could ride J., for the inutder of his own father. most intolerable position, whieh .Mis. Homy Gull", of Pulaski, vvasaet'pr,irjWi for it s position of much 50 miles n day practicing his profession have been foreed to lie in for three loiif! honor ,,,, proUti ,Slt tht, ,loi.tor is ,,cf. and at night swing the girls at the dance cidentally shot in the ankle, making am nu riv Kmu w wmuiuiiitw mu. ting along in years and having a sulll- - with the youngest of them. putation necessary. Dr. George IVikms THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, our patrons again oven if we have to do cieney to keen him and his little family performed it. fco from tho inelegant CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Is the anguish of the last few weeks, The President has withdrawn the, in comfort the rest of their lives, he has condition. Since it was our privilege to decided to spend his remaining days, wo have somewhat lost sight of oilr dear appointment of Leon Bailey to be t I.vcr lirniighl thi nurkcl I'n t lowtr than Wo! llieloKc'i. W'm lit, (. UhI ami Jtwtlr) Ite. address them before, our readers have which we hope will be long and peace- friend, "Gen." W. O. Bradley. attorney for Indiana and apointcd and MAtiantol kii hiri)nlii been told of the terrible accident that ful, in tho quiet and happiness of the trust the mad desire for oflice has not Solomon Claypool. befell us on the night of Dee. IS. Hush-in- p handsome homo he has built at Howling so completely turned his head as to President Huntington has proposed along on that fateful night through Green. Gov. Bnckncr promptly fllhd cause him to forget us. It would be (o ,u, rity of Lexington to build the wnow mid sleet, and by the way we were the vacancy by doing the most popular just like humanity, however, for him t C. A G. Hhops there if the citv will do- going to church, we were unmindful of act of his administration, that of ap- - do so. The creature is apt to forget the nate $:s.',000 and she will likely accept. t lie toboggan slide that the town per- pointing Col. K. Polk Johnson . It is no creator when about to achieve the objci t A Chicago court decides that a telemits to be maintained in front of tho promotion for the managing editor of the of his aspirations. Sinceiely we hope graph company is liable for damages, Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in Tollman House, for a pavement, and in great Courier-Journto bo given any Harrison will give him tho best in bis notwithstanding any statement to the an instant our feel flew upward and other position for there are few higher, shop and while he is "in the swim" all contrary printed on its message forms. sidedown we came upon the -- r.Mrs. Kmnia Davis, a grass-widoof but tho friends of the dear old fellow that we ask is he will sometimes think of walk. We felt a terrific pain in the are delighted that his financial condition we who are "in tho'soup" and all will be Hairodsburg, took morphine to kill her ,, ,IC wi u, ablo to forgiven. thigh and oh. ho.rorof borrow! had our w ,w HoacI self because her "dear Phil" went nil rig.u leg 10 iur., ,.....,..; and left lici. A stomach pump saved his health, so nearly desti-oyeUni'KitutNu to the fact that the Louiswnon we nnempieu io gvi. ..ji. i iin;in by unremitting night work. His brilliant her. ville Clubs will celebrate Jackson's day we should not have fallen but for the pen willnot be allowed to rust for the The town of Springer, Oklahoma, the Commercial thinks it a was laid out Dec. :il am! Indian fctiUnes's of the ankle not entirely recovwith it the editorship of the ered from the six months siege with car- State organ. Tho appointment is till sha no to"arousc the shades of Old Hickelected olllcers. Decern-bu- r buncles, but we shall make it our duty August, 1S00, but in the meantime he ory lotell them the democracy is "in the December li the population was to'see that tho man trap is changed be can easily be elected to th" following soup." Yes, but they will still have :tl it was i,fHM). jiood news to tell them. The democracy fore another unfortunate is forced to suf term Guv. iiiivniivi inn icfuscd i'. I'lii.iwn ii iiu desires it. niu Times is an (, t.ll the majority party of he .wintry Harrows, Plows, Oultivaters, Engines, Threshing Machines, Clover ferthe horrorsof the damned ,.s we have. t0r, f Uhj ,, u, HtatHIWSIlt thlU Ml, of ,nU, ai, by more than ltW,00rt nii.l lni for the ne-- , ( ground Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Powers, Hay, Kind friends were soon on tho . j ,. Ko,;crtson w, Klu.mll to tlll. UIW fm 1lt t rendering timely assistance and Dis Lt(m ()f wie, which elected Harrison, Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, ..,;,,,,, v ,or ,,VI, VW1N f(. fmU(lllelllIv e(litor of tllc Vonrivr. R .. i i:.i would be bv several hundred thousand ,"u j0)triln rev ion, ironiiuu .ukii iv,. i obtaining moiuiyt All ol hi.haf iMirl.ilU el trj fton. iKr vunUrJ Mjiiuficlorir.oflhu comntty " ' moa. what surgery suggested ns quickly as Joseph AndciMUi, brother of "Our, of that night and u Tub Hiclimond Itegister tells of the possible. The terrors Tin: covvanllv repulilican judge, Lilly, Mary," was married last week toadaugh- for l." subsequent nigiits it is impossible beginning of the inevitable lace war 'r of Actor Lawrence Barrett. The cor., refuses to either hold his court.-- , or let to convey to one who has never similar-- ) which will finally demolish Beroa Col els.-.,niony took place in Boston and was at-- , so unless tho governor ly suflered. t'nable to take opiates and lege, a school supported by Northern so- - anybody wiil fui'nish him with a standing army tended with great pomp. producing only the shortest called philanthropists, who wish to en chlorofonu H isnu.i that wiuianiaker snppoiiil- itonrotcct his worthless carcass. The h inti.rwila nf n.linl" hi' bad to bear the ' rnnriici nnil fiwfor tln ixlnr-ntirmeiit as a Cabinet ollleur would re ago to .. i eovemor Dronose.l three weeks ...i.;. ,i ...:i. w. r ..u u. u .esame miuiuuerai.e iuiKii.m, ...:.i..uu ente.l by working.nen, for the .eas.n. 1.11 s.liu I i.uut, ui uni nsiHinj, in 1.W11 fnr .lavs and nights to ileum h n.lcii k .7 la- ' ii.vo ," 'i mill' Imlil nil his oiins 1111 Ihlll 110 IS Oil the lilack list ol all III. useless to prolong the eaten and slent together, but recently n or orainiJilloils 111 llie coilllirv. .lci-n.i- l - fi1 nn l,nt tinims mil terribe reciUd. So intensely suscepti- - few whites have rebelled at this and pro- - K'"i"-At LniW fOKlSVi lie, 11(1.. I Use Al- 'lh.i nnil Inr omdit to nfiisi ' nei- a sep.irate negro " bletopain ovvmg onn o. the ,.,,- - of the ""M ato UJ raw ,s,u,m not re, , ,t do.s tempted to cat at and a I l,t ensued,, youso.gani.on it.su surpr.se M.Veral hundreds that vve vvero able to unde.go it and live,,., vvh.chknnes, p.stols and elnbs were("tr- vf dolla.s. He then ollered to eat as to cell the tale. I hen the weeks of 11k- - brought ...to pl.ty. The professors sue-- , ,T ,8 fctat1 thl(t BIu,u, ., ,K. 11Hl ,m(m. 1U.t , 111 . piieting thel-odh:- . r iitsforthoi ...itl ... w,i,i 1HJtIltll. inM(.!l(i of Mtta borne, weary waiting with no change, ......i.mni.l m.ld m ,...1.11,. s.1.. 1.. from an unpleasant position to lelieve time, but the war is liable to break out given the pivmiei-sliip- . In other words, Jlnglan.l last week for ;? I.i'x) and t'ol. J. the aches that cavorted in every bone at any hour. The.e are over 4ol Mu-an- d that he will be sent as minister to Iter-IHudson, of Covington, iNiid 61.IKK) for muscle of a pain racked body! God j dents, more than half of them negroes, liu. But no one need be deemed. Mr. a setter and refused SlVMI for uuotln r. grant that none who read these Hues 'and if they do come together serious in- - Blaine is going to have whut he wants Ve.ily the fool-killhas given up his deed will he results. It is Strang. fiom tliis ndmiiiistnitioii, Ixith for hiin J(m- iimv undergo such an ordeal, . t f As Col. Welch remarked, our allliction that a collision has not occurred lonp;wf - Mtne I1.. i V . e)iiipniiiii.e.it wun .viisf. i fio,uls Ie lloiniimte(niu.ris- in a "vc-rdeep" ago. might be a blessing in on and is going to demand his rewind or A lams for the injuiies she 111 civi-disguise, so deep we may never upprec." the Bnr.lstowu Junction accident b Tub "(2" road officials have agreed to instrumental in t ate it, but it llio families of two paving her the blacklist from the brotherhood we have j Xu vitTHi.i: that we have published in kilh-.- l a.ienhHl proving to us one thing-t- hat for .. ..... li'w licim more friends than we ever dreamed we j strikers and give them an e.p.al ...... .. , . . ... ... show...for niiiiv 11,.,.iliiv .... ,, ,, ko 1'iMicnillv rm. 110. ti.uimuu , :.. r.. 11. 11 j " ,...,., in , -. c,..,,,,,-- ,, ntlnnt unit at uu-- i nic 8iriKi ...,.,, XVll. Vi.nrlv newsi.ai.er in tl.u I""", had 10 ...onths ago is about t - are in I1UII sullrago" as it works in Wyoming' vmUnt ,,e New State took occasion in mentioning tie Ji.angurated ..KMttiitntroiUM and l.is decided views against the evil. ' s.,,.1, ,, ......m-- l i.i......tf 'tl.i..nsi.le.. :.s to accident, to give us undeserved, but ''"" llus 'M110 0,!ly r .. ,, lllv .... ,.. . ,., ,. ,, , , , nevertheless appreciated praise as a man i.i.sev.-- mane aim may oesa... 111 navi- '"' " " ""' "" , "V won the fight all along the line. It has 7" ... .. i...,i .. . ,.-- ,, .,., ,. , ., ,.. ..v ,Jg.v..... , - I 141 and as 11 journalist, all of which, many! IIUI'll .UIU'I rVIIIHI, I Ml I. II 11 llhUIV been at pecuniary cost, howev- iu itsimtilitiiwitit titiftiiirlt mill u'.i liniwt lii . columns togother, were clipped and pre-- 1 j. ..... a fearful i.....i. n, ..1. .;..,.. V tl"l" IIV . III! :. 0 l WIIIIHV.MII III VllWtlklll UlVI'lll ..........--..- .4!.Hill IIIt k... lilt' ' !.. ... i to tis uiiniK'iiiuwu n with airet- -( will favor us oftener in the future. served for us, to bo horded (). Wol.ott has been noinl-- j lo-t nlso fully S.00,000 by it. tion's proudest possessions. Mated by the republican caucus of tho j Tin: Pennsylvania Siipicnic Cou.t arc Then in addition to scores of letter of Colorado legislature to succeed Hon. llllflI11M.llM lnu to don gowns, after the manner of the sympathy from relatives we l.avereceiv-- 1 tmt Jt wns Ihoniiis N. Bowen in the I lilted Mutes min o,(, ,ost ,? lettei-- or telegrams .from t ol. K. 1 oik e.l hjw o(, L'. S. Supreme Couit, which apes the Senate. His election is conceded audi wqu nlhef kmxf whut Knglish Johnson, ...anag.nged.tor of the tour- - ,s Co, M,.CartV( its Vtft.nlI t.lUtor j ..... ... judges. Thoe gowns me sup. when he takes his seat he will make "1 1,. ...1.1 .i:....:i.. 1.. 1.... :. ..!;..:... .11 iiwi.-i- l in .itui iiii;iiii. iJ lliu liliillili .f. Juoge M. J. Hurham, iiratj WUh thjj attorneys in that body, tm of Co, Cli,l.lock he . (ice, but a lot of old maids 1.1 measly! , . , , .. . .... National tieasury J. ,s iierhnjM tieoIf,,lfct ,,, , , controller of the . lllllllll.'ll ...III t,H.st,H Mother Iluhba.ds look fully as ilignillt.l were frozen to death in a l!us,sian town. . Bice Brown, of Marshall Held & as youll;; tls llt. ,18wI VLMN( thou,,, "j,, to the average beholder. ... u. 'lev. ...., unicago; i.ov. A railroad train was snow bound, and lw lmv t0 i,e j wtiys. lWrKa attentive Congressman, W. M. Hull, of ,. ,rt EtJII ,. paper as old as himself u.e irozen 10 ueani, Ions L. S11.uv.vx, the Boston pugil-- ; ' theCoui.er.Jour..a,.l. L uitr.on f .n(, mnsUintyt ,lke ,,,, ail,i whisky, !ht hns M.fIIM.,, , t(,st his muscle with otw were badly bitten and a .e , . uiu ...i.v, VU..U. v.. v. Iiel party was lost. eaitliipiake .1. , j'upioving with age a "nigger." John is onti.ch too particJohn U . Heel, Paris Kentuck.an-Citizen- , ular. The average uegio is much mo.v lti.s.sia killed many pcoplcaud destroyed Tin: House is frittering away the Yerkes, the brightest and cleverest re-- j much property. ' entitled to decent consideration than he in this section or any other, remaining days of its existence in lilibus-Cap- t. " - Manufacturers' Itecoi.l says: who is nearer a brute than a ma... We F. J. White, Lancaster News, tciingovera proposed amendment to its . . , . of the South's agricultural pro- - ,. will lines hope, however, that these t laillfl0l HutfluT KniM's.. James Mnret, editor, Mt. Vernon, Col. nile.s. I'our .lavs have already been lost ('iiyriiin.' mid ducts for S.S was about mW(km).(HK. not reach his eve. A. M. Swope, Lexington, the distinguish-- ' at it and the end does not yet appear in against .71,ni)0,(V)(l in 1S7!. The value Black I'ppl'l. cd republican who is not seeking an of- - Might. More than a hundred members Tin: Vermont legislature has passed of the South's livestock is now J.'iT'i.thX).-1- 1 ficon.nl was magnanimous enough to will never tread those halls again after law L'ivi.iL' :iu o'llicer the novver to 000. while ill 1s7!l it was ftail.lOO.PiiO.. forget soiiie useless tilts we made at him March 4th and they should endeavor to st.r,., for H, Sweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, in any jiremis- - The output of pig iron was 1, 100,000 tons, during his late canvass, .nuige .vi. 1. leave . ml them hett- -r footprints ... 1N vehicle, sack, tiiiuk or other thing, against u third of that amount in Isso. Honey, &c. -- The steamer Paris C. Blown, S.iufley, of the Wyoming Supreme the sands of time than they are now auy li.pior ho may Hud, on suspicion from - making. anil without warrant. The bill of rigbts New Orleans for Cincinnati, struck a Court, (Jeorge A. Jones, of the Courier. Journal, Kuimetl L Logan, Louisville entirely ignored bv this body of 'snag at Hermitage landing Satu.dav I in: tobacco growers in Nicholas conn- ," .m.w liber- limes, J lof. night end sank to the hurricane deck. fanatics. gPrit.-u.- always ruasDnablt; and jooils ,,. of vt U. Lash, .vieruuau, H-- . itxas, .mu iy nave n. convention usseiiimeuucciiieu her cabin crew, two remeii nm ,, oth-o- f It is given out that the republicans om, passenger are missing. Tlijsisth-numerous others, all couched in words' " iw no crop this year and many svmpathv, so dear to the suf--' w are moving in the same direction, have ileci.le.1 to co.1li11u.no nioie ap-- j ninth fatal steamboat catastrophe that i. tender e the last few years pointinchts of the president for fering body" and heart. Nor shall weever,Tllu hnmen-has occurred in Southwestern wateis r ! . .. .. 1. 1111 uonu f.... 1...I ociimv oiivuii tl uiu or others having a stated term. within three weeks. forget llw. In ui II. Woodcock's an. Bro. (ieo. O. Barnes' welcome and treas- the cost of production and it is time the This miserably partisan course is to aid Ii'i.iimoxi.. Twenty prisoners in the ured letters of comfort till life shall be farmers were taking steps to prevent a Hairison in giving the spoils to the vicstill further depression of the market. county jail. Itohcit II. Turner rented tors as soon as possible. no more. Friends have come from far last January lit) acres of land for i'.MO and near to cheer us, as many us a honThe Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democra- t Tin: news of the death of Henry C. from Mrs. I'atsy I. Miller's estate, and calling in a day, while the la- starts the new year as a ".oliinu. folio, or more Miirrell, of Murrcll, Cabell A. Co., Louis- - raised 1, .ssi nacreis 01 corn, which he dies, liod bless them, have kept the with pages cut and in every way im- villi', wilt he receive.! win. sadness u I.s),i to the Warwick Distillery Corupanv bouse literally packed with dainties lirrtenil f?iiiif llfivmi.1 iitii ii.iii liin..t He was an excellentgen- - t SUK) per barrel. Tom Samuels made by their own vvuung ..amis luruiir tIie Inrest, as well as in a number of over tho State. who drew to himself legions of ,., to Aberdeen with M.VsKmma Millu ... delectation. It is wo.th n pretty good resi,0l.t.s the best couutrv .aper in Ken- friends, vvherevi r ho went. His II rst wife was also a Million, the si.ed bone and considerable sullenng to tm.).v.i " two Millions making him by far the idleach and every Hnd out such friends, IvihNiid that Foiakeris about to be- est man in the county. A c.illisiou id Trimti. is one good mark to lSss',s rec- one of whom will hi cherished in fond- come hopelessly insane. He has been a est esteem as long as sweet memory 011I. There were more legal hangings raving idio. for a long time .and any erred between the white and black sti than in any year for a number. Dining change will bo appreciated by a long. dents wt Berea, which promises to rtmilt holds its sway. seriously. Some of the whites refused to clearly demonstrat- the time SO per.so.is in the I'. V felt the suH'eiing public. It has been pietty eat at the same table with the neg.oes halter draw with poor opinion of tho too that we are far from being as ed ' and a light ensued. licgister. NEWSCONDENSEO. to the Iv.i:niou Joinx.v.. as law. would indiour constant cue and labor Just think of it! The dishu.sements .M.1.111 shot his ICvkx Sam Small has joined the Ohio, At New York, Win cate that we imagined wo were. Our Methodists iu the ollbt toabolish the in- - mistress and then himself. for pensions during the last year const.'- younger brother, the business manager, 'augural ball. But the hall will proceed. -- Kmimi Abbott's husband, F. J, tilted .11. percent, of the total ep. ii.h- . Iitu.es of the government with but little experience in the editori- The rails a.o so happy on their return to Wetherell. died suddenly at Deliver. for the same al line, has nhowu himself fully capable power that they will exclaim with one per There are Hit) cotton seed oil mills in , period, and were cp.ivale.it to "2 of running the paper, not only to our accord, 'On with the dance, cent, of the gross income of the Tinted at Jli'.OOO.OOO. let joy bo, the South, capitalized entiio satisfaction, but we beliuveto that nneonllned!" According to the record Judge Stales. And yet there are tho.se who will continue in of all our patrons. Ho Lvneh disposed of I.V. individuals last say that the present administration was TiiKtieorgians seem disposed to return full charge until wo are able to resume defeated bscai.se it was not sntliei'entlv .i raged with great vio- - W.rons to the soldiers in this matter of while wo will assist in the meantime as to tu.j,. nrst ,m.. A snow-storMh Vear there were much as possible in the production of lOO.Iry to ::s wet counties. Now there, lei.ee at Long Branch all Saturday night,"1 j)t.nsjonH , Boston Herald .are til wet and d dry. doing much damage. this column. Oladstone and homo-rul- , arotholiish- Liibtly the accident lias glvun us many spike of tho Kentucky Tlnr first Vj- - a.o indebted to that splendidly .Midland, between Frankfortum! Oeorge- - man's pels. Tho American calls fortian- for ealn. rdlection, . which we hours for-- e.p.lppp.l p.intery, tlio Couritn-JouiuUiwn. was driven at the former plate ter's miigie chicken el.ole.it cure. Sold nuvi' ouilmicod wliilu hualtli and They have shown ns how ; olllce, foi a beautiful calendar of 1. most Friday. The Mtunn Bron. have (he con- - 'no cure no pay" by Mcltobe.ls tuuosuillod. llooti Keeping, Sfiovt Hand, L't SUKf. madly and suroU wo fire runliiujr U (.he iii.pu- - lesln. tnu--l to build it. rnie r uiuuufHc unu in titjornuttion Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal WALTON, devil and made us, with God'H help to re- hoIvu to bo u bettor man. These personal mutters may Interest hut a few of our renders. Those whom 1880 they do not will please turn to something more entertaining and excuse us for using so inneh space. A. B. PIMIY9 J'lE'W'IEILiIEilR,. 3c i. W 1 i J, - j m-uh- dis-tiic- 1 ' i i GEO. D. WEAREN, Mangr' Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons Carts, Speeding Carls, al d ... ,,,0 ,,.,,,, Buggies, 1 to-da- Spring "Wagons, Buck Boards, Wagons, Log Wagons, Parn ., U i vyiij-uuiv- ,,, ... Hujuy Harness, Wajjoii Harness, Ilcapers, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn IManiers, u : -- j ' .... .it '. j Ii-uia-iii'- i...i... .... tni-ct- iix u-- .,,,' ... ' Ii-'- h .lln 1 T R. WALTON r"H -- g ,,,,, b-t- ,, IvI A IN I SOMERSET STREETS rair-curo- has-bee- ii . ... ;f tit. -- 1 4 STA1TFOKD, KLEITTTJCKIT. 'T'T1 .. .. ,. '- - .. - - "" 1 ....' ,it - ........-- .:.,.. T. j ,,,., s .h -- l, ' ! ' j & '';- J h.tn ; "' p.is-wng.'- o .-- Currants, Citron, Haisins, Figs, Conoontrated Coooanut, Celatino, Corn Starch, Chooolato, Extracts, co. -.-- f,,i ,u Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Maccaronl, Cheese, Dried Canned Goods Generally. Tin-valti- I "Is'W l. Miv, Ix-h- ' viinm-Hiii'er- j - ,,,,.,, s ' Iirsl-lilbh.jg- 31 -- 4 j , ... Walton. post-maste- 1 lira 60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. elop-tleuia- ;;; 1 ' -'. ' WALL PAPER and FTJRlTITvTIlE. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS UN HAND e fN al ' ' BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Trf-fi);.,C'fl LOUISVILLE, KY. A. i rvAifcj,'. V V. emi-Weekly 1 Interior journal, Ivy. .Ja.M'wiyH. HUM. M CITY AND VICINITY. FiibsiiO. K. - Lai.lnt W. m II - - lliggh''' If. Nkw stock Oliver Chilled Flows at W. " !; IliKKii'H'. NEW AnVKUTlSF.lIK.STS. Stanfomd Xo plow equal to the Oliver. 1880 Oliver Steel I'lowiU V:H. liihis'. lhi.i, sold his place in See the more to Joseph Tnpp for $'XtO. Tnos. C. I.ITTI.i: ,m,llS!int .MlCS leCoCJo FOR SALE! Xced- -' MTblIJIilTo fi Ji.O.WAt.TON, fjnnKor Friday of thti goods I now have on hand will be mjM at unction prices till I move ,10lor fiom Slanfoid. D. Khir-s- . ago. A i.i. ,f t an Et.nr.AN r oi ifii siokf. fixturks ii,emur.ii.lniSiire, Scalci nntl Show Catei, for tale ; Hreaui rciiiici-- i raiet, nt wr n.tte ivwi until l ll on in J A HAMMOND A: CO. Hubble. Ky. mly lo KT ymi,K ).r W0V(.llt, birtlulay afewdayri .lllAMl: WbUIIIX ... UUVO '.' MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving His 3 j ''" K; ,C; ' "1 ;'l"K'l hands im II ai.v n Mi Ko.murs, whom Mr. II. C. liiinlvv has denominated "lir. Caiver." ' It was s.il.1 it would January I, nml Mr. S'lAVFOKD, KV because of his ability ns a imiikHiimn, Huntington says it has never been oven Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial AUVANOin went out Fridav morning and out of S I "'r '" Mlncr.it and 'I linker I.antlt Kxnininrd Genera Analytical Work shots killed --M hints. Mv lime remit' for snltl.-- ! nel to runl SfliS.BO mil bt i.iiic.cd.-- i nieiit and as I am in need of money, I ArrKvnoN Con. Hiiinhim. I keep on will he very much obliged to those who K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I hand a Xo. I duality of Jellico, l.ily and owe me to come forward at om:e and net nut eoal in my yard. Leave your orders i rio lnte Rowland at r ' n m rrtumhn nt the yard or at S. S. Myers' Mote and lie with me. II. 0. Unpley. m hi On 15th 1889, they will ho promptly tilled. .1. II. Ilig-KiTin: only work done by the county t ill tell Stock of Oncdt Stanford. to nf tho.e to my entiream Indebted. Myfor the benefit court yesterday was the admittance L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. keyt will be wriom til.li'it In tin It.itwl. n( I' II U'nlfun u I... will . of the will of Mr. John X. Olll-- I prohato hat the anodic .old and dUmbuted tieiwee,. "'. , , . . , u jipm . , .m...i.lHtlllloil.lll.'LA ., ,,.! mail. MIS tliree SOUS, Mllllllfl ll.r JOIHI my. tcditon I am compelled to .to tint became , Mart tram uing North .................. , , ,. ... .... , nun ... . iiiui .....v i.,,.,.,.,- - ....v ' I Have no trade I hotr I b'lv from in thii town i ji pm South ' i i. IIIIH .11 Linn ii i aim ii mill tiaj iivniin ifiru IMIlll 'HIHIIKH 11 buy nothuti: from me I hi It ery inoriKyinif to Ktpteit train " South ii;i"n his hntkemau of Xo. 11 and a train dis I We Have Openod a new Stock of I ' Ninth m ' a.- ll la tli.- - fir. I llm. a li.u Iim. l.al.iml .III.. . .v... 1; am patcher were to blame for the lUnlittow n .in., .fc.f Ifl.llliu 1.m ...t. I Jb jo am . paid Ltwl Height Nnitli I"". .tlburnedI out. Ibavc always 1. 1..1.my debts Tin: horw' Molcn from Col.T. I . ... .... l.ll I.. I I I... ' Suulh t p in Juiit'tion (lisustur and they were aecoiil-inl- y WHS found in a liVer.V Stable at all my good.thall tnaVfartKubrlutlKnineiit.biit Hit latter ttnialoiurr pteici I owe Keipcctrully, discharged. 'lite alxive itcaltulaleJ on tlaniiard lime. Solar . t'' II havini: been taken up by till Inu ti ' K to tnote AURIS. nrue u about tu Minnie (atier marshal of that place. .Mm Heid Iiiih Oi ii valued patrons, Messis. Itobeit-so- n uothiii"; from his horse and bun- - A Kiunaird, of D.uivllle, ttu.iin call heard MEANS BUSINESS. the itttention of our people to their ex- ,vy and the chances seem to be gainst PUBLIC SALE OF A VALUABLE FAIUL W TiiiKs nml iiweliT repaiied and cellent Koodsaud wondei fully low piiccc. him. wiirntnteil. A. It. IViiuy. D. K. Cmii'Kntkk, attorney for X.' Uead their of a pane "ad." in this isWhich We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every' Tin: best place to buy itius, patent 1889, sue nml take advantage of their liberal lieeker, has made satisfactory airjtiive- - Oil thing iB new, intilicines and toilet articles is at A. It. IHCUtS wllh that (gentleman's creditors I pon the prcmltr ir Andrew C Tinker, dee'd oll'eis. Penny's. and Mr. Meeker will again lesumu Imsi- -' ",,, h your school books, ink, tablets. Mi:. J. M. II n. has sold to Mr. II. ('. nf nil luiiM.r. iMHii'ilx unit Ki'liruil kiiimlit-uess and iTHititiue till his jKirtion oi tin Hupley anaeie lot oil' of the old I'eWoii Stanford and (Itteiiheim pike is com Fa Kinds fr.un A. K. IViiuy. oi Kiiccouut is icady and I need the Kmbrco pioperty on lower Main stieet, pletcil. situated immc.ii.uciy upon the su'nford and ot - ! And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior mem- to Mr. iinn y. I mean ou 'Don't think this next to Col. Miller's lennrim iiirnpmc, 5 mnc-- t iroin ntanioru ,mu one- Hiteiiiletl for some one else. A. It. J, Wph Severance, a like !." lot oil' of Tin. iiiagistrntes were ill session vester lourtii mile of Maywood .station, on the Knoxt.iie ber's six veara cxnerience as a drummer enahlinrr him tn rln esn with "'-llranch of the I., .v N. It. K in I imoln coumv i nuni the end this way fnrj?l,uo). These pn- - nay aim ..mi i... ... i win ne Xllu ,arm . wcllfeniMi ,, pn it a tubtunuai ,. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm receiving the deliniiuent dweiimcan eciient bm, and other tuu.ii.ie I aiscnminauon ana prone, ine patronage oi persons witn casn and tlemeii will build at once which will be ' liuiidnitftanil it in a hlchttnte of cultivation. I lie , PERSONAL POINTS. a decided improvement to that poition ' mt and seeing to the county roads and title in lee tnnpie nii jfinerul uarramy will b those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially 8iVC" I. Ki s Lh in Louisville. of town. turnpikes. There was nothing of sulli- -'lermt: Onhalf taih; balance in I and jteart desired. JfiMiK J. W. Auon.s Iihs liee II llowill Uiellt illllsiltance tO publish, but Will' iiiiml inlcrett from ilate' . , intlallnitnt. . ,.... ...i,,,.,.,. iiAiMiKiitioui my nvery nusiuess, vwth the rheumatism. If the farm thould not be told, it will be rentrd ' Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, V.. W T TICKHH, Ailmr. lor the year iSSv. M. (). Vixii:w:.:i:, who has and in order to wind up my business I, Mhs. exeemoi oi "'" " shall expect each and cveiy person who' piieutnonia, is fast recovering. Mrs. K. M. Caipcnter sold at auction Mils. II. T. II mods, of I'lidurah, is knows himself indebled to me to come yestenlay, ISSucies of land lying near his account at once. forwanl and -ttle Mis. M. 1". Helm. .siting her SURGEON DF.NTIST, All accounts not settled within :) daysi Hustonville, to J. K. Ikiiighinan at ST.: - . M. Owiins went to liarrod.iburg I'ri-a- y bTASrOND, Kentvckv. of knob land mi willls. placed in the hands of an olllcerl l"'r ,,''. 1'1 --' Office touth tide Mai' , twodnort aljee Depot St, to xee his brother, Mr. Sts- - Owens. to M. S. Haughman at 'i'"'ixl P'e Mid .1. I.. and Miss ltachel for .ollection. lUmr this in mind ami save trouble and tsists by p.iyingat once. ?.. 10. IlienoteJ pniperty was botignt king ate Wtlng Mrs. Dr. J. It. Owslev. y Miss Ilelle Carpenter for jiHil. Hit I -- . Ill iinurr, the nottsl isvulist A. T. Xuniiellev. . - Miss .Ij'.nii: Cook, president of the ..1 .11111M. ..f Itiodhcml, was down ShI- r Mr. A. T. Xiinnel-- " OF THAT UV(. bought Wide Awake Society, of llustoiiville, lev his livery Uniius and addisl con- I. HiiKtn It.uoiivw.of Itoyle. Is H,"oniWv , it ahd timber lands vawadle ,IW jufjumsl t.. nm 'timt-H- a withhei tiHisliH. Mlv XaiiiiluunilKit- turnouts on the shoit-o in theitintata"Staroflk'thlehem,"it will Hauglimitii. I t notie.. found at will always not be rendered here. Miss Cook I ,M'. Mi.s T. M. ri:xixi.Ti.N is we me giro 0i,t(,i,H ght H,s 6, 1889, (). us to extend her thanks to thoe .I.Mrn, rissixurliigfmina ipiite severe' u M ,hiy lt MJ, k, ,y .,(, U) who kindly signed the cmd reitii"-liuni at 11 niloik V. M at the tuwu f s(kH of illnes. trentnllalikVaniil Hk a share of the I'll I MIL' (trill, I U Rl.l. CO KV , -- OFthem to come. Mis.km I..IC Hhi i: nml Hello Owik, o( ,n. Will also Issinl horses oM to the hijlictl ludilor, at public ,iiu oill rv rWUn! ,,y llustoiiville liwiitres, Who ,h,H(,b.iuo.iocrt ol C.mI and limber Lin.lv AlTKItll cnreflll count by tw (lay lir moll,u 1. M.IIniiv. v:iliubl I'M the Irs. H. It. Cooper, has taken the trouble to know, then-hav- land itiihe of the inoit lelelimieil tracts of ill and for lit ro.il in thlt recion, ki Cahii:k J. S. tiiitMiis MimN us a slate-an- d Mis 1.TTi1. Wmki.m, of Kimwllle, widows in and umber 'llielaudt lurrouiidnii; it are nmv brini; found to be been ' irVnl, and the iirmluct tindt a line market be- ment of the First National I'.Jiik of F.li- - near town. Miss Jennie lt;bb. of MeKiiiMev.aie I Ins clas- - embraces n ntiiii intf "Ti Hit line ol inc Knoatllle liraiiclicl tlirl N raili.M.l. and m dire t connection , ( sahetlltoUII, a llllge Hlltioll nf Whose , ilh the j S. M. Owens. :siting Mi. ImililHOIIICst WOllien and it isl eitt of lAiuitville whirr lare part of ihe outBtCM'kiSllUliI I,.. I iii.uilii .viiinli people. jn(lml M.w. M ti.1.11: I.i:wis and brother, I UH bllVe putit dipoetof The lowe.t ftimalc ina.le is Mli.r to yestet- - Its capital Is SODO, its lo.nis ami dls Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchoi iliisfMiiilv. went to Kirk-vill- e 1,.rllli4,.i , ..........t., sn in in iniri '"'"L"!'!. ui line iiinuirr ur iiiiiiliiu . ..l,NH)ainliIi wiLii surplus of worked ctmnts (Uy to entet Klliott liwtittite. l'U cornthiland it now tun... The elder clnss of Stiinfiinl P'Oi'' maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness 01 terj Mii'ririiiiaiity vtriii ami lirewucea a it mill..' o. ...... si"iLs .! iSnHi'.ui I.. IIioiirs, lnislmss iiwiuwr I.. ineiflsi .... IIIOIIllls ,..!., indeed .,,. Inappreeiative set. iHinaiiH- - lentil ..I.. taiiu f,'t lilt and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit tho iiiiiiii. . .. .. .. 1'hix Nile oners a rine opiHirtiiiiity to iKirties .ia.B out 01 w I. i !. 11 iik-iI Hie lVnti.il Keiitiii kv News, his (Mtrnings. wen- ... I lookine, nlit't fur imelnieni furtlie luturc or de- - eye. ..... I! v i nor iMtivii. luie n Mii Siimliiv. ti.u I'llt.M AT McKixxnv. Messrs. iiritii; 10 ilcvtlnp llic Mint at om nerceiiu iilMiieiin was imio, II. Allen andt;. J!. Fa.r having rie.1 to surplus, il,.MM.oun.livl.l.spIY,f- - .lan, M11. u.': . I. and lltii..oiSm.t.,,Me up interest ill the business about midway bititn la.uittilir and Knuviiile F'idav to hi Lis mIioIh visitine its and the lwliince to reducing preiiti-- taken a one-ha' and hat for eart lieen all inuxirtaiiUo.il WTTT0T are, ,1... In in j, now lleii, ,,r,Hill.,Kdllc,' of 1. M. h- -i h iwientK, Mr. nml Mra.fi. o. I. Went- - inns and pnyiug euirent expunses. H Ufi in.pert the i.md hrforeday .I'lriir.detirine .... Fair.VCo. Mesrn. Allen and Fairaie, f sale can do o bvtoapphinc either to (.ec. (,n - l I-' j, yls ii. "egret .......uli..,. ,.. ..i.. il,,,i . .,.,.. ..SIU.,HM,ce and we eoiigrnt- - n..or Wm M.Xoil.ai I'lti.hursii. Mtf. M u.imiv II woks. win. litis lutein " ! Ui. it ;., 1. (.. from 1(te Mr. Ware and the people of Me cVsh ia lu l.nMhe., Mr. II. Miller, . siting her l of J momht from d.. ..f pii.iemof of such men to her iHMMe nl Io.iUv!IIi Sum- - tlM W''''')- business on Khuifv in tlit . "le. I'urchater lo execute In nil, with good se I....I. of patltillWge. II.. mi,,, coilslUt r-- .i.rity, hearli.i: ptr lent mure.l from day gf to the business interest of the COmniUUI iMvmentt. M11 ti. W. lt.tKiiH. I)(, B(1 ,,,,11,., tluMiiti lively tn.de ale ; lie n alto n tamed for deferred ......... ..... Imbues nmimger anie money in i.mtisuiie aim t 1nc1nm.11 S. V. KOWIiA.MI, (il'O CIVKNS, " H tlt.y ,,re gutting out ome prices that n' the Ml. Vernon Signal, wns httiu yes- - '"M n,"",r l".w" ,,",K" "" t. s. X; 1) )i td ,,,, t nlay mking in new in a day or so which will a- Milun'ribers and nas uiineu 111s mVs ooi 10 .mi. i. " wj anon, w no win iiegin on tue 1.1111 to tonisli the natives. They me.in business. ', llmirtl will -I- I his Mock of gotsls, Mr. Il.irnsch.s.s- mi look out. Tilt: StU. Pharmaceutists ! aaaaaaaiiaaMaaBiMaBHBaaaavMHBaaaBHaaaai mh,'r ,lm lmv,m' 1,,s i...ikl,.fi.M in.l, lir iv. it. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. l..H.,lu..is tl. iiImt this .lis. good" si.crillce.l by any one linn, lie annouiiies in our adxeitising coluinus; tiict, will atteml. Mr. W. T. Stone 'obtained lieciir-- TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. W. .1. . i.i of the Lexington that his ei.slitors nesl nut be alaimed yestenlay and will wed e Itsiis. Hating recently eiiuppcd a fine Roller Mill in Miss Ihe loan of Stanford that we defy "Vtoek Farm. W. It. XithoN. of Ihe Olive 11s he intends to wy every cent he owes, Hhifkerliy at her mother's home equal lit quality of (lour, nc think theany Mill to utizcui ot and if he continues in the futnie as he the omit) thiiiilil have ountv Pride iiiou,'h tc "XAivh. I'niixllle, and It. . Iloyle, of has in the and tiituin trie tame we mh to hi and we arc mu he will, near Oilbert's Creek. patroiiire v fie Kciilu.ky Advocate, were hen yis- -- W. M. Cooley, aged I'l, ami Miss form whom 11 may concern that wc arc in the; will not only aljour wheat and hum tenlnj tepivsenlliig their rertslive pa- - we feel conildent that he daughter of market to buj hn:het market tru.e forand will We Mary Price, I.Vyear-ol- d same. wat an e the p iv dollar for dollar, but inteiest on all tome new machinery to p-Littleton 1'iice, obtained license ami hat e added ami can iiovi make meal our corn meal 1... .... .... tn tint any lepdrtment .lackson, better "K "ni Out friend person ltc.iiinot be etiunllrii nv any other mill itnii-- ifil last night. weie Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture this iiuulty Wc solicit a trial in our Hour and known as "Smiling Dave," who has for with a d.viee of delidit which Mr. Win. Vickery, of this place.aiid meal department Ul hating Brain in our line ot,j TTnAar-tnlrnr'TTv nrirrsc iirill Ito no lnur on nnolt crnods Hnnrla the past year lon sccielaiy of the Star Mt. areat a loss to e..ie.s that we pre- - Miss Ida itryaiit, niece of the late J. M. Iui"e,f."r.j'!rt,,'iriiiH. h'o wiiT"e the ' ('Nil Co.. at Meinsladt, has connect- M.nt to .nir leaders this inoining a nun:- - Hrvnnt, of Chir.igo, were mairied in bett pneet for nrac' liran and' thiptuff always can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con with lti.tlirlii.il, lilmnuiillial lMrf (..tii.ji ials fiom the pen of the Chattanooga, Sunday.-Some- rsct ed himself lie- - i",,Vfk ,., siaiirortftollerAUH Co vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. 1VC0., Cinciiiimti and will tmel for ,.,iitor, who has 11 caused to lemain porter. - Mr. Charles MeHobei Is goes to La them. hilent for three weeks bv the accident Dishman, Dishman & Metcalf, Mits. (J. W. Jattin, of Huntingdon, w,j,., iH.fi. and at S o'clock him. Although hois de. Orange y Is heie to ivceivo the iiiNtirutii't! t.onilial, in lif tflls yon, it will be with row morning will be married to Miss AHYS. AT LAW & REAL' ESTATE ACTS. money on her husband's life, who it will far j,r(.nter pride to the editor pro tem Florence KeNo, a handsome young lady IIARIIOURVll.l.Kand l'l.N'hVJI.I.K.KV. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) be n'inemberisl was killed by the ears at ,i;it tilt! Nr(;iiiou .bu itwi. goes to its! of that city, Will practice in any court in Kattern Kentucky. FAVOItlTE LINK I1F.IWI I N THF. N'ORIH AND SOUTH ('looked Hill in Xov. last. Nhe is m- - thouMiids of readers this morning with .1. Folk, formerly of the Altt.- - KKntniiialin.ih nf land title tnaile a kntfijltv. Anv - .lell" , .......,, -- . . .. . .. compame.l by her mother. Mr. I.. ( for- - mont ( oal ...., now 01 u. Knot 1 .v.niiis, -- . irau.ori something of the semblance of its LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. ' I ....... u..if i:,..is.. Duncan. ) ml. litiisillc. was manied 1.1 llllll city retpoinience tonciteii. ... tl. .Inv tl ItOl'RS Missks I.11.1 mi F1...11KM 1: Tsi.i:, ' ,,rHf notouiself taken into consideration, Thursday to Miss Louise Wheat, beau-o- f Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. McKinney, are visiting the family of when ho may be able to occupy the edi- - tiful as well as wealthy young lady. R. B. Mr. (i. s. Jones. Miss Lilly lost her torial chair which wo well know we are Miss Mamie Cuitis, the handsome . THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. wat'h last wt'ek, but after several days j.ivHimble of occupying and which no young lady whospent tho sumuuii' with hUCCKhsOR TO 'L'lTiOTK.X.A.SSITOll'r J INK. i was returned by a boy who found it .i,,,,!,, ,,,. .e.tdeis wish would "moan her cousin, Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, was HATTER,' itniler the depot platform. -- Somerset ,,,! fu under the poK'miis weight of manied at her home in Louisville last M'MICHAEL, THE It porter. week to Mr. W. I.. Keiinett. of .leller- CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. its picsent ociuii.inl. - Am-'- , roku; v.01 ins iiiiu .hiss ,0111110 souviiie. 011 4TH AVRNUE, ltlC-A.1.hoy m. I'oarKi:, the TJX'. ) i(V Ml.t j, i,iiWn, of Marshall HliIADBOWN. Cix, coinpiwing the milliniHy linn tf . " Methodist nt., lN C'o.,Chiiago. one of the clever- ""trainsnDrjIi: IRAIN'S SOU'riT" (units oi Cox, went, to their former preacher, preached atthe LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. No. 6. No. 4. No, 8. No. i, No 7. .to. v No. 5. S l'ATIONS. homi'iit (.rveiisbiirgyehterday to luiiiiiiu ehuicli Thuisdayand Fiiilay nights. His ivt and best boys who ever left Ken- No. a. ' llallv. Daily. ' Dally Dally. '.lluring their ah. text Thursday night was "Ah Moses lilt- tm.ky to seek a'foitune in the West, sur- Daily F.x.Sim.l l.iily. I1il,V-.1 month or moie. . A'rv On a in 6 41 P in 10 at in (eii u nt Cuitbiu.ill a in 4 oi ii in Snip in i tt a in.I.'tc The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ( 17 in the wilderness so ,iscs his friends by invitations to his s nee their stoio will bo uniler the man- - ed up tho serpent ... Bjcain 4 at P si ,... 0 JSP t" ". )IIiiiiHttwn..,l. ve 5ijam Qtiani 5 47 a m J Ol p HI of Man he lifted up." He .... 410.1111.. lilie K., daughter of 7 Ji ,.., ;lW. t(, Mt.s I must tho Son (ordowit Stuck (if 10511am 7ojpin 1037pm igemeiit of Miss Sim Hout. I.ctliiatim 11 wiiin 7 it pin 11 05 pin, 10 15a m 34.n Hi' hi' 7om 1 40 p m Mlssi:sS M.I.IK VSIl.hrsi:(O0K,Ol tlllS IllllUlieil llie suojeci wonueiiiiiiy neii ,tl, llllll MS. 11. 1. I'l'l'k. lit tlieir lini- Ar 63OU111 7iaptn 94011W,. 10:1111 I. . I,nii, la'm S.KK. 440pm 8topm 1 " l.v .toaani jjojira tjoam.. 8 yi pin 11 48.1 10 e,oa m Ar llursin " nlace. have iust fomnleted tho recon-- , and his discourse was pronounced y"''1 deuce, ST De Kalb street, on tho loth llnivrili 1; p is Arr a 5 a in 1 U P m j 41 .1 in 11 iii.ni (client one. jnM; Rice tleserves a good life partner most Riimii ijoi.1111 11 17 am Liu II siimtionoi'thu assessor'a hooks. The older heads to bo a as a ...,.T OanvilU 5 31m m, nip u'uiiim d r.u n in 11 16 a in v-AAV On Friiliy night he preaehe. on "Tlu'l1n,.,m.Btiiv he has chosen wisely City m 11 41 :i m t jj a . me. calculatloiiH. tVe.. are without Haw Jiniition it.t.im . . ... imam1 11iuihi uiiui . oinm it wa 11. ou .. in .... Of a in pm j w$ j rnMi.r. j 00 , vu.j ... 7S a ij .tin, OakilaU 1. 50 p 030 pin 11 15.1 in ordefett. The county eleik is profuse TraiiHligu ration" to it crowded audience, .. 7 4 uia 8a?am 4 40 p m1 Ar V .('littnoo,M . .I.'te oiopm 7 jj a in I praise of the work of the young which was lllle.l with both surprise audi ur IniHihit the my ol l.unmlllc, imw ojien Illnfl pill in his jiiiain 7xi-- in I.Sc.Cliatt moova.. Ar'v jupin ii a DEATH'S DOINGS. lulling the delight. His views were made very clear 17 a " ini i i...- illpw I Ar'i ....Allalla 101 pm 9 (9 i lliisiniivllle cor. Danville Advo. .jg 11 JJ pm iM) pm l.'vc. . Ilirnnnithaiii. , t 4j p m ti 45 ji His many friends here deeply sym- - KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS "it1 and although a meie child he took hold 01 a m TtiM..ilnoiui I 41 a MaaM. .... Sis pin jo a m am Ar'v. ,Mriilia . ...l.'vo' 4 15a w tooop ... . iijsihii iuthie with.Mr. D. Klass, who has just Tin: News sayrtthal our former light- - of the higher and most intricate subgnopw ...l..,.,wi.. own importation of Kngliah Hats 6jeuni ii 00. m Ar'v... New Orl.in....l.'v' ........... 3 15 i Ami ease of a theologian, lie sustained the iue),irable loss of a fond .mil Ca vi myAn witli the .1 in I. ve. ...MriUiao 9 tMii. 5 vr, iiiiil' compositor, dipt. Fnink .1. White, jects ipt elv .lit lino ol Lanet nml I,on't a mi a JackuH...,r't ........ . 0 lol Ml ....t- - rWiniMir l.'te .' ., ..elved a valuable gold watch Christ- - is indeed a piodigy and those who heaid and loving mother, who ilieilatlierliomi1 Lilihriiteil t'nitirellat ahv.ijt nil hand Fine 4 o l'V .... . ton l.'te. ..Viiktbiirj. y ' au nras 1. c... from the ell'ects tjpw iKiim Ar t. ,shrtKri. May Ann-sii.in- g him are perplexed in his wondei fully in" biuisville.-atimlaus day from Sllsa Mitinio up hi He preached at How- - of n lar.ilytie stmke. Mr. Mass hail been SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, of Dal km, Tex. W'e are pioml of niutured liilnd. r" .Miibb llauilalr llulTet Sleaisin: Cart on all trufMt. land Saturday night and was fullowutl at her hmUidu for seveinl days prior to (lo.e and oilier l'ur. .penalty Oidrri mil- -' OW1 111 A U O. tin- old gentleman's good luek and tako JOHN C.15AU1.T, CS.ngral Manng.r, a number of admirer her death and hud the nuI pleusutt Ol tliWuf ilty tolkitfil, pfifutt tntltfiutiiiii guaraa- - ( gUINUVX, (lull. .4"nulm, A eompli-.nt- s tluiitiby tpiite Oonernl Siiprllan4ant. J. It. CARItOI.I., In extcmllng him the licM-iir- i. r'U ly DiNi't hi I too I r N IH IV H I' ttwd swing litr in Iter but iinH'nt.. fmm this pla:e. 0Hrrl Oflke, St, IVinl HwMiiw, Wwi Potirtk Silrooi, Cl4MMi, OMt, of the senaoii. PubllBhoU Every TiiMdny and HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, FALL AND WINTER GOODS j ii.it yii.vu,iN ""''' ' ft-Wh- tn , 1TOTICE 1 I n, tho January, NEW STORE! . ... ""'" lAtV-HIVtn- . .. . . Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, I Snturclny, Fcb.2, s :;tfTt:M0T K PIECE .... ,.-.,,- OF OLD GOODS j ' .v i ...... .. 'iJrV'" ' hir-tc-i, SEVERANCE & SON. s Yii PLEASE OBSERVE '' , 1 fni, m :;:r:i::ix:; UIk-I-so- cm ,, - M'ROBERTSSTAGG ,n de-bii- es Wednesday, Feb. 1 . . ,,,. A FU1L1L. ASBTMBIIMT r ' I j, 1 ... !... ....'. .... iii ii.i-vr.n.i- .. 1 - .. ., ' .i - sis-ie- - 1""' '' WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. 1 - "111::!" T 11 -- ." 1 1 .. 1 ...:. u.i.nam, m,.Wi.m.w 1 e. ,, ... lf K';XUul.TfX .o ii'.. A' ! "i" lVd MAfK H!tTFFM A', P D'Po "'""'' .'tf "' ST0TXCJS ' to-da- y Ad-di- , it. i ' r l.ie jt i 111 1 a ,, 1 ! to-da- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ' .... w - -- .... isi-ii- 11 GEOGHEGAN, -- l's , . I 111 Yff. v A fW 111 "V O o. 1 1 111 1 111 111 . . i ,.. jsm 11 1 111 -- , . 111 p 111 ' wiirlil-riliowii- 111 111 1 111 1 111 111 .t 1 111 , - IV11S, I V - , J HH Lt rr if 11 i w, X Thi Ktnnfnrri Rnnlist flhiirr.h. T., fti ..l,,nr lnlrinp Imirntl III a conversation with Senile M. yesterday I asked him n loir questions in reference to tlie llnptist cliureh heie, knowing that of nil men none were hetter posted in reference to it than he, ami that none ever did more to build it up in the years of lonjr ngo. efe iiwiiBv lie stated that the church was organized LRpYALPSaVISJJ in oveinbi't ISTiU, in the, old ChrM'aii iIuiitIi building on Depot street, ithat ehurcli kindly tendering their house of wuinhip) with - members Mrs. hum Wateib, Mm, r.liaheth Bryant, Mrs. Dr. Mrs. Kliibetli Napier Montgomery, Min. Andy Mcltoberts, Mi. V. M. U.tr-nel- t, Mis. Betsy INevius, Mrt. Cully and Mih. AV right, Messrs. Joe mid Klljah Uobinson andM. C. Poituiaii. The tirst '.V.i, Baptint clturcli was built in grew in membership rapidly and in 11 few oara was the wealthiest that had ever been in the county. The first p.is-to- r was Uev. Jesse Poitnian, brother of the Squire; the second Itev. Josiah Leak; third Hev. John James, an uncle of the young preacher by that iiniiiu killed by a runaway horse; fourth Itev. Daniel fifth Kev. A. W. Larue; sixth Itev. Ihii powder never vanes. A inarsel ol purity Thomas Coleman; seventh l!ev. Thomas More economical slrcnctn and sh iltsomencss han the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in Rev. A. I). Hash; ompetition with the multitude of low teit, short J. Stevenson; eighth weight alumor phosphate powders Sold only in ninth Itev. T. K. Kirtley; tenth ltev. Koyai. IUkinc Posviiek Co., cans. Linsing Htirrows, eleventh Kev. II. II. 106 Wall Street, New York, Harris; twelth Hev. John M. Bruce; Hev. P. G. Elsom. Tlie first lot bought for the purpo.se of building on was where the residence of Mr. J. 15. Ow35 .Veres ens now stands, but the present site of Tvo miles Smith lit Stanford on Neil's Creek the church was finally decided on as the W.CKAIO Address me at Carlisle, Kj best location. Years and years passed after the organization before there was G. A. BENEDICT & CO., over a distention even about any small Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, brethtruly did Semi-Wee- k Interior Ji II BURDETTE'S PHILOSOPHY. . mayed to see signs of rough weather in tlm combing waves. "Oh, shoot tho white cnMl" he exclaims. "That's jmt what Governor Foraker sayn," said his uncle. "Whv, has he Iki'ii to war" "ISo," replied liU uncle, "ho hasn't to see, hut he's heard tell of 'em." K-e- rirtATTS, WIIKREVKK THEY AltE. Pepsin, who is a poor sailor, i dis- Ask For flyer's Biusapnrllln, nnd l sum you got it, r vliou 3 tut want tliobtst 1111 H iniiy jrim blootl-imillle- JTI1E GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. 7 of titic'xniiiineii sitr- - jTHE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. ' P Every two or three days people lead of a daring robbery, and the account closes with the statement that "blood- hounds will be used to trail the rulilvers." And it may bo coulldently nsscited that a hloodhoimd hain't caught n robber during tlie pant rJOO.000 jears. Mood-- j houniN liif o caught rumiway slat en, es caping prisoners, tinnrinotl, hall eturvetl, weal; and naked, but when it comes to trailing n train robber, bristling with "Winchesters" and "Navy si.es." the bloodhound TIK w YOUU 1)00. cess in tho cure of Blood Diseases, , oil can uinku no mistake In preferring IIS RATES $2.50 Ayer's $4 PER DAY. ing to rooms: TO ACCORD- - w. a? 5; mm "A;rs Vf l Sarsaparilia to any otbor. Tho foro-- i aimer of mod orublotHl uifillelni's, ruuMsii a kt'ssi n x n nib in ii"in II" CREAM jfrdb 5 inn M p i 1 - Ayer's Surmiiwrlllu lVM,"Hljy aii ftAMt.G'if wjv iVA.vwj Hit tzit 11:1.1.19 j. XI. sagacity that tlp clops nn Intelligent is fairly human. SLOWUII THAN ClIltlSTMAH POWDER Absolutely Pure. Col-Ra- n; tliii-teen- tli FOE SALE. House and Laud Yes, my ton, yes, Philadelphia is n slow old town a slow, jiokey, checker IkkuiI Quaker town. It is, asyoii s.iy, nn ovorgiown country illagu. One of tho villagers has just given &1,500,(XK) for tho establishment of a free schixil of mechanical trades, wherein tho Instruction, boarding and lodging are to U free. The villager has done all this wry quietly, while New York is loudly deflating what n monument she would build to tho memory of Grant if somelxdy else would furnish the money. Oh, yesl Philadelphia i.ui slow town. There is no life in it. Once in a while n villager like Isaiah Williamson gets otT a joko of the indua trial school pattern that makes theungels laugh. Hut your jokes about Philadelphia, my son, make other (icoplo laugh. Yes, indeed. Got one ready now? Well, lire it oil. ami we'll listen to tho crackling of the thorns. I low cheerful they f uud. Pity they don't last longer. liurtlette in Brooklyn Eagle. Tlireo (Jrnit Mrn. Wo had the honor of uicclijig Mr. Grady and Joel Chandler Harris, who lighted tip our boudoir nt the Kimball house for an hour or so. Harris in The Constitution saya that 1 um a homely uinn. He savs that tho pictures of my-- 1 self ns compiled by McDotignll are good, hut softened verv much by the tender feelings and kind heart of the artist. Mr Karris does not allow his xrtmlt to lie published. That shows that he is not uttcrlv lost to nil those finer feelings which go to make men lay over, as it were, the brute creation. Mr. Hairis is a plain man, hut good, lie has u mnsslvo head, which no uses in think ing. Knemies havo said that his hair wru red. It is not Ifis mustache litis u bright, ruddy glow on it, but his hair is not red. That is, it Is not so very red. Joel Chandler Han is is a modest man, but he is a great man, and I iio stiiicrior to all iK'tty prejudice to so r.tate. His causeless attu-l- on my jersonul npjK'ar-nnc- o can never make me so fnr forget the eternal principles of justice ns to say that J end Chautller is not the author of one of tho IksI pieces of work in the modem category of literature. I care not that he has said of mo that I am as n swollen bass wood god from iilain us India. those who havolxvn blest, like Mr. Harris, with the fatal gift of beauty, hurl the first stone nt me, nnd then let others follow in rapid succession. It matters not. I will lie just. Mr, Harris bus si kindly evo that looks earnestly tit things which hu tlesire to obby tho other serve. In this it is eye, which resembles it in main re STANFORD, KY. Wells drilled to ordir and 1'umpa liirnished factory price 3 SAW MILL FOR SALE .Also Ltuul tmtl Stockjckvl - wll naerifice a saw mills complete with to hore boilers r tiam pU lrf.v Skb rv- ft aa 1baa AkBtt.aSnAS m imrkbojini, i spriiic waff-- , wagons on. 3 on and harness j jokcis of cattle, j inules, i hor.e, farm of 6o acres etc and crit mill loitid timbered mv Will sell nrisntelv of tneb land ut-l-l 5S J-- i tf .IK- MAKTSMI'Mj Ma j wood, k MW BUYERB'OUITJE a March and Sept., year. It is an or useful for all who tho luxuries or the of life. "We ciui clothe you and furnish you with all the necessary and unnecessary nvpliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep, eat, flh, hunt, work, bo to church, or stay at home, and in vario-i- s sires, styles and quantities. Just figure out what in required to do all these thlnca you can make a lai- COMFORTABLT.and estimate or the value of the BUYEItS the church matter and ren dwell together in unity. In these latter dnys, however, the writer is nwnre tnat there have been some trivial but Hev. John L. Smith, the hist pastor, has left the church in good spir itual condition and the new pastor, Hev. Pjeaton Blake, will assume the pastoral charge of the church next Sunday under the most favorable circumstances. It is the duty of each member to give him lluu t0 OpcrntlOll that lit- - di'ervci ituti if thev will do this "the world's opinion" .... llll llL- .,.....t VIHU- ...:n 1... :.. UllUlU . ,.:i. ti.n.- 4IVV4 .....,ii..-.III UL' 111 found man w ho wrote, "Oh, wife, fMtETAM. the model church." ditler-ence- s, Is still tlie must popular, be.ng m greater deuiauil than till others conibitiiHl. Snrsnpnillht Is selling f.tM. than over before, I never hesitate to reoonimond It." GtMirgo W. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, Iud. "I am safe In saying that my snles of Ayer's Sarsatmrlllii fur excel tlmsn of any other, ninl it gives tliurougli satisfaction." L. II. Hush, Drs Moines, lowti. "Aver's S.irsanarllla and Ayer's Pills are the best selling medicine In my store. I can recommend them eonselen-tlonslvC, lllckhaus, l'baminclst, ltosul'iml, III. "Wo have sold Ayer's Rarsapitrllla hem for over thirty years nnd always recommend it when asked to iniiuo tho W. T. McLean, tnst Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I have sold your medicines for tho last seventeen )oars, uud nlvvny keep them in stork, ns tliey urn staples. There is nothing so good for thn youthful blood' as Ayers Sursaparllla." It. L. Parker, Vox. hake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsiparill.i gles the best satisfaction of any medleinu I bavo in stock. 1 rccoiiiinetid it, or, ns tho Doctors r.nv, 'I prescribe it over tho counter.' It never falls to meet tho cases for which t recommend it, even where the doctors' prescriptions halt! been of no avail." 0. K Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. ." blood-purlfter- tiuanoiiJLi, rjKjxriicjijix. fIiN,!:?:i";:T 1 MJy lp ffi LEXITOTON.KY. I M l'hi nld 1111I w!! known ll.it el suit niimtaiiis its Inch rpnl.iliaii,diidll l'roinetur is dettrnnn. el that it sIijH le cond to no eotimry Kutel In the blue ns its 1'jic, Appointments, or AtKii lion til lii luets. IIJWBiCe conveyed to and ftom dKit free of iharKC' Spennl iccommc.1 lions to C'oinmetcUl Xc CAPT. travelers. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, FRANK ZLO'Y'ID 6c ' CO., A i: 0. IIMLSi'" RILEY, 111J PROPRIETOR. McktNNI.V, KY. I'nr Druns. MrJIclncs. the famous Swiiji 01 Hk a hi l Ket 1i11r iireseripiions pniiniiiir hihi tUliil at nil hours, and to net )our Staple t.rocerles, tine CliMro, Toilet Articles, &c k In will attend to our dm,; dp.irtinent , nlso .ittrnd to the wants ol the sick, nlnht or da). In town or ) roiintrs riintotitnly Ittn.n class l'sr and rains irr nut House. 1 tliiM Uy Uefuimshed. iir.t I'n, es Day nljht I'olitr i'oners, el this I'ouis'ar t, al tf I.mdA Co .MiKlnnts l)r I WlI.l.lAMb NEWCOMB l 11 HOTEL. MT. VKttNON, KY. ! II ,cl is still maintain 1 his I and 'li Ihis its &ne repiitsiioii, Chres reasonable, bpe i lal attrition Hi th IrareLns; (, i'.i, .! I' SlWl '1MII. Prop Ml I ttnvn, 81 tl LOUIS SOHLEOEL, PHOTOGRAPH Ell, lriCMIMO.VU KV. In de-i- I'holoKrapht in all styles and .lies, l'lilurcs New India Ink, Crayon and Waler Colors inKrsnes ill M it t very low prices. iTHAT FIGHT M A. Simmons I.lsrei Mt Ayer's Sarsaparilia, rr.r.rAitKti WOOD WALLACE, THE GEHTS' FURMSUER, 513 4th St., Louisville. in: line The fashions of the diy in the Gents' furnish, will always be found in my store. I am agent tor the InJianarnths Steam l.aundr), the best l.amnlrv In the wotld. cy Jirlne.h st'd "uit osrsAts J. !Vb lnr l' Il.ellin I'fop't A. (1. Simmons l.l. er Itrfulatur, I.st'd by Zriliniyv. .si. v. n. 1. ai. hut lor 7 jears red IKDH.S1111 ,n llYri-IArSU- C.I' Tho Original Wins. Simmons, u bt. I.tuns, Trop'r N, Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mats. Trie ft, ill bottle, 1. Worth f! k STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. meeting ol die to kholdcr. lie Natietnl llnuk of lliistonsille will be held at their thinking 1 lloue In Kustnntille on the il uedar in J .11 uarj', iSsv, for the mriue of civs tin; nine llirn 1 o I ... ivn Mosiacii. Ktc. c T II. Iteams, I'astor M. Ji. Churth.ytdnms, Tenn., rtnte:"l Winn a tnoulil nave been dead lor jour s.enuinr M. A. Ll cr Medicine. I have sometimes had to ruSstitute I "Zrdm's f stud" for nu ICcvPTsI c,ne ''"' " tlun' answer the Mm-tao- ArrKTiTs, ll(AnACIIK,I.Ok. IIilioisnss vt lll TX 1 S. C. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,; M'V V jwi'sur I l'e ors torspthe S; ensuing )eur J W IIOCkKK, ti.li.er ;;-t- f. KHNON, I V. Iwttir It works anuicinc anu liase ustil hallol IU like a charm. I want no 1 isrr Itesulslnr and lui iuoic uleilin'i mututs. jr re a...fanf. allrmiihU.Trnn !,mr eived package ol sour - Dr. J It. Grarrs, Editor OThe ?ZffiorTJ&li?rFoSS.'tMONTGOMERY WARD & CO. old mh1 Honor thodcar old mother. Time has scattered snowy flakes on her brow, plowed deep furrows in her cheeks, but is she not sweet and beautiful now? The lips are thin and shrunken, but those are the lips which .,... ,. , , , nave Ktsse.i .many a nui tear irum iyl-childish cheeks, and they ure the sweet- st lipjin tlie worm, Ti.L, ...... is turn, yet it glows with the soft radiance that Ah! yes she is dear .. IIo.ukThy Motiikk- Oirire nest door 10 Whltehwd's Drug Store Special attention itiiroi t diseases of children STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINC. mcftins tional Ibnk, Stanford mi the purpose the in.uui Nau( tin of the tu.l.holder v,ill Le held at their liankinK home in the d I'nesdjv in January, 1MS9, for of elei tlii(j elcsen Direilots to ere lnt Attention, Coal Iliirncrn. I keep on hand No iLulity of Jelliro. l.ilv and Nut Coal in in v j art! I. rase yosir orders at ard or S S Mjrrn smre aud thes will he attend J I! HIl.lilNb. cd top.iMtiptt). Star ford K ,.. SPECULATION. GEO. A. RO.IIEH, l't ; je.ir JllO I M KOIIrKlN. la.hlrr. ' BANKER tn. 41 AiNM) l C 1 BROKER New Street I - Tlie Kmi1s of Me 111-11- Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. - , I llJini VlvLAwnCAM . fT aglf OL'u p7dcI1 s n o. .rVyLM lea. Jiijiircinovesri-etjit- PIm- -' Lwer-MolePies, Black-HeadSunburn and Tan. A few applications viil render the mot Ftiibbornly red skin soft, smooth and white. Viola Oream is not a paint or s, Z6ifii rttT'm riu.--i prcarailon,wiiiioill i , ' . sr,,trl0C0erum-ct- s is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug. pieis or mailed for 60 cpnts. Prepared by It is superior to all other preparations, and outarernetiytociirc G. C. BIXTIVDKR. & CO., TOLEDO, OUIO. Mr. Grady, 1 had supposed, was n wry largo man, nlxiiit the size of Goliath of pri-soGath, but he is not. He Is rather lxdow tho medium height, witli a round, jolly faco of the Father McGlynn stt !o nnd black eyes, which snap nm! in ewtieui-- ui nvs uemimw ..--. .. i.v,. two as he talks, to a remarkable hgix-e- . worm snail uespise auu luratKe yoti; I was nlso wronir nlKiut his voiv-t- . me : 1...,...,., .. .. 1.,. ti... tr. thought from his utterances that hu had V " T . a voice like Alexander the Great mid Pel)fc1' wnot!ced, the dear old tell you could easily address a mile track without will gather you in her nrms and getting retl in the tuce, but his voice is all your irtues, until you almost forget rather high, though clear and cnct ratUat vourhOUis ilisfigtued with vices ing. He is a wonderful conversationalLove her tenderly, and cheer her declin ist, talking easily with a man like me. nnd without tlie slightest enibatrns-menting us with holv devotion. Bill Nve in New York World. runout, but, feeble as she is, she will go fui ther and reach down lower than any siects. other upon earttu cannot enter a whose bars can keep her out; you 'aiu,ot ,110UIlt " '1,fl'oId too high for her to reach that she may kiss and bless you 1011 1 ""' ni'ar, LTTMBEK TTAUDI I II Mroadwajr 'ind NlWMIKk V ns-sist- li I nB'JBIssssssel Tp-- f Bf T. T. STJTTOIT A CO., HDSTONVILLE, KY. 11 have piirrhased the Itimlxr ards of Messrs. Stoclcis, Ilontln. (Jritln. I'roviolons and deorfic t) Weaien and I M stlruie and will open Putroloum. a big yard at the one purchased of Mr Wearen llesides lumber rough and dressed, I will tarry IltH JHI, SOLD, k CAHIIIr.D ON MAKi.IV a large line of wind's cashes, doors and shingles, by liths, ists and the puket fence formerly Snel for esplaiutory ponphl.t oi iy .t .. iwvr.r.f .ir , eaicii. 111 llr 1 COTTAGE FOR RENT tl-ijg- ! 1 .!.. Are ktill In the hiitlness .snd ready l d an thing in the lndriuViur line We hase a lull My milage on t'pper Main slicft. Stanford, stock of U'avea and Caaki-t- of all kinds and Rohes resuli-iuAlso the of esery decnptton Our heisrse, whuh i nearly nest tu W II lliggins' nest djr, now occupied bj Mr J I' Das is short nonce Mr J II new tan be obtained Possession In hrst named ;is en at any time and to (ircen has charge of our liu.incss and will show HOI M rur goods to an one needing; unjlliinn in our lalleriinNos uth.MKS. I.O I I !h Danville,KS, K) 71 tf I M tf e " CJU3'JSv'ul MwA'"" Cic4" C' 'ft Livery, geed and $alc gable, J. K. HI3LT03ST, -- A NEW FA .ST .MAIL LOUISVILLE Dsil, r I.KAI KK IN ?i e u 1 a shVmb vp old gentleman of shaved Stanford, Ky Sumter county, Georgia, bathed, alt it MiRiiV't. Sii;;'s, stm ted to the depot after his wife, and who had been away on a visit, lie had forgotten the time the train arrived and she met him half wivy home. She got into the buggy, and after gneting him "I'm glad you affectionately, said: Mmtlettm for Tliro.it find Lung 1M11- Ididn't come clear to town, i should JiltlushiH lung been, and still i.s.Ajcr'i have been ashamed to ride with you." "lierry It cures Croup, "Why.1" he asked innocently. "Look at Vlioo)lng Cough, IJroncliitls, nnd Astliinu; sootlto-- Irritutioa o( tliu yourself," she replied. He whs urrajed Lnrynx unit Fuuees; Hticiigtliens tlie in his underclothing. of tliu Vocul Organs; allays son-iit'sLungs; provuits Consiiniptloii, and, MEN YOU HEAR OF. cvtn In advanced stages of that liiduces Slctp. milnus Coughing and Alnlionso Dntidut L nearly CO years of Tharo is no other preparntlou for di age, out does not look it by nt feast tt'ii sibsos of the throat nnd lungs to he yi'aib. with this rcitii'dy. ' The daughter of a I'arid millionaire is Jly wife had a distressing cough, soon to niairy Dr. Tannor, tho famous with pains in tins sldo and breast. Vi triod various mcdleiiios, but none did fnutur. her any good until I got a Uittlo of Gen. lew Wnllaco is said to havo Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured $80,000 in rovalties from liidMIipn her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had the, Uur." IIis"Fnir God" has nlo netted measles, anil the cough was relieved by t)if use. of Ayei's Cliurry I'tctornl, I him liaiulbOincly. tills bAvo nohesitatluuiiiiucommcadliig Thero aio fivo Grand Dukes Nicholas, lliKo Grand Dukes Michael and two Grand Dukes Alexis, Sergius, George, Alexander anil Constantine. to overy one aflllcted." Hobort Jlorton, Purninaii IleuiUlyit, Morrillton, Ark. George. Gould is very fond of bicycle fancy ho probably inherited nfllictril with asthma "I bate . been Last sptingl was taken riding, a.father's habit of making things for foity fiom his Mi'h, wlileli threatened with n violent go round in Wall btreet, rarely over tak-to tiu'inlnati) my (litis. Kvery one. "header." nn- hi oiisttitiiitioii. I deter. Kmperor Francis Joseph of Austria mined to try Ajir's Cherry Pectoral, rises nil thoyearround at (J in the mornJts eTe.'ts were magical. I was iiumedi-,ie- l ing, but very often ho is surprised by relieved ami continued to iinnrovo mil id utliely recuveicil." Joel Ilullanl, iiis personal attendants when sitting lit I I'.liUnril, Cllllll. Ids writing table ns early as I In tho n 'f!i iiioiitliHagii I had a Revere morning. : of tlie lungs, brought on by an Senator Stanford of California prew'liich deprived me of tneessnii mush sented each of tho fourteen boya emsleep itml rtst. I tried Turlous mine, ployed us pages in tho senate chamber at iltts, but nliiaiiieil no relief until I n Washington witli a crisp new $5 bill, to tiiltn Ater's Cherry Pectoral. A low buttles of tbis uieilictiio cured me." with the wislt that each boy might enjoy Mrs. K. Colmrii, L'l Hecotnl st., Ixwvcll, a murry Christmas. Mass. Tlio conspii'iious flguro of the British "For children ntllicted with colds, turf of tho longehtstniiding, Jutlgo Clark, ."fttiglis, sure iliroit, ir croan, I do not hii3 retired, alter judging all tho great know of iinv remedy which will give English races for tifty years. Through iihiio speeilv relief thnu Ayei's ('berry his services of half u century thero has Pectoral. I bate found It, also, inviilti-abl- e bcarcclycvcr Ihmjii u tjuchtion regauling lit ciihi-- nf WbiKiping Cutigli." tho correctness of his decisions tun Loteiiiv, l'.'.'i Wasliltigton street, iinsion, Mass. Tho Itev, Dr. William M. Taylor, of New York, has in hia study achair which C!:crry he uses iiihtead of riding horseback, It 1 is moved by working two handles, and gives tho rider, or tho sitter, about tho nil ' .: :v.:t 11 v samo motion us that of a galloping horbc, DW' C. Aycr le Co, , Lowell, Mats. only 11 littlo inoro violent. I)r. Taylor 3. I'rlct'Jl; all bottt, jtjol'lyiilll'rtigjjliu. limits tho exerciho of this chair very after n lontr mill at his desk. An absent-minded The Favorite t I'ropltloim UVtitliiT. Mrs. Holkgon (just bereavetl Must jou go, Mrs. Hendricks? Mrs. IlendiiekH Vcs, it in getting late. Let mo assure you again of iu heartfelt sympathy in the sudden unci itni'xpectetf death of Mr. Hnbeon. Good-by- . 1 hopo you will linvo n plcruatit tla for tho funeral. Tho L'hk'1i. tils company) Cholcs-- . General Itlcrcliamliscs KV KOWI.AND, .11 & mrrs to , S. OINOINNATI Irjsr'ti., iaU-unc- W. li. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. IONDON, K Good turnouts imNailille lior.irs always lor hire London is the most convenon reasonable terms ient point on the railroad to rc.h places in the 10 in the mountain e tmii of the btale. It. depirtiusnts and dcNtre to i all the alttntioH ol the piililib in Ihl-iMink of Men s nnd llusV t'lothnii:, llisls, lap., Hoots, Miocs, Hr Hood.. Notions and I'antll) (tr series ( ,unu proiluie takfn in e.changs Will ha.e our C hristm isStuik h IV-- , f.,ruiMls cuilier iti (all in and look nt it. !laH ten k i omplete in THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ser atlcKipitJ l.rlwe. lhe Rrejl uinmr, on the Onto Hisrr and ( hiraKO, aiisl hence the U.ti-'- t lime and n..i ojnfoil.i! tiairi L.r. tween ill r mlsm hc Snuili, or t the Wesl "x . ,...nv,.. . .w . n ,,.. ir.in ol. rl trunk lines is desMsiimmied t he t united l.spress me npero romnx siu. we employ glt-palions lyidisniUd 1 I s I'roud Father (showing off Ids you rather lie, Shakapeake or Littlo Son (after meditnt ion) bo LMUon. lioy POSTED. , My win, which would Iulinou? I'diiitiiei THE Now York-Weekl- s 'Ycji. Why?" "'Causo hu ain't dead." MB HIGH SCHOOL Will open atjaiii IliiKliotiic f.ircwarns huiilor.. ttahtruirll slid on our lan-witlmut Per others not to mission, as all iuh will w prints utnd to the fullof lhs Inn Sisjned est eitellt I SKO l HOI'PIU J II tri-p- as. l t ail I oupon llOtce. In the ou will finil our Uiue t tide, and tickets, s ,j Mi son. s;ei M I'll, and sink l'i ,,.un, il ,ii wnl to save m .ne nnd hase 4 pleasant jouinrs. h ). M'CtiKMU K, l'TA Comfisri Tieltt vih .(JO com-j'arc- tl '' A rieai.siit Drlto. Mother (to daughter) Well, Colia, tlid you have a pleasant ride with yoting'Mr. On February .tli J M 1889, McllOllHltlS.JK. M S. UAt'iillMAN, ltOlll McAl.lbIK. J.H IIKUCi; IIAIHJH.MAN, S I. M U. A riiMM Ih . itv 1 - l.'i.l.l set s ai j, 1'i.vin-r-f Xn.'lll, C soil t)Hi rs t ', A,... tm t I ,ni innaii III .,, Ky ,,r nhra S II. II SlIANKb. MKS llhNKV IIAt'C.HMAN. A. M K. I' l'KNCI' HI AMI Skittcry? Muuy pupils have already ui,.i;i'd.iiidlhr pro. for a lull puitK.ircuiiii.li better tli.ui t.it Colia Oh, yes, inanima; and do you ocliool. Our work is llinrouch, a, is shown by I lie We shall last who uuulinil Iroin know that as soon as wo got out of town teachersspecialty the ensuingu term )ir Common of the nnke a ho let mo drive? Now York Sun. School and 'letither' Course lirncc thoso epe t ing to teach could scariet) do littler than enter our clas.i'i.. Tart of 11 letter. Kales from $1 v to i i per month AITTEE' i JL9 cC 1 he Cireat No -- m Cough Medicine .M'.-tts- - 87.4! Mrs f. K DKNNV, rrimipal Assistant LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. U CHICKEN Cholera Cur ! A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST, KA sa-- THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Io 'lhe . STANrOKl), a - Oflne on Lancaster street, in room recently catcd by Dr W. II IVnii) ' SOUTH & WEST With National Garment Cutter. 1 am sotuAiicnt 111 Lincoln County for the :Na tional (iarmeut Cutter, which wassHkeu so highly of by llro. Ilarnen hi the Interior Journal. Price, with full instructions, W. Mrs MA IO H TATTKN, Crab Orchard, K) 38 6m hem-irrli- Louisville To Nashville, ( Dear Jack Knowing what nn ardent sjiortsinitn you are, old fellow, I send a k be-gu- Memphis, 1 d I --- Atlanta, THE NAPIER HOUSE, LIBERTY, KY., JeCS I F. W. WARRINNER,PROP'R. I s have Ica.edthe, above Hotel and intend st U in rvery particular. it m ion tocoiiinurti.il men first-clas- s run-run- s Ayer's Pectoral FARM FOR SALE box of very lino gunpowder, e.xtm powerful. Ko careful about smok ben-ellci- .Life. A cro, situated on tho Stanford and Crab Orchard pike, uc.ir Walnut Hut. For particulars II. C. HVWAi'KKS, addrew Crab Orchard, Ky. uo t)li Thousands of dollars worth chickens die every year from Chi Littlo Rock, era. It is more fatal to chickens iha .ill Nther diseases combined. Hut tl Mobile and New Orleans. discovery ol u mat Newport News & Miss.Valloy Co. Cum it has been remedyand to Mtu made, be 1 vinced of its efficacy only Only one change to points in reinirt" trial a bottle is enc ugh f ARKANSAS & TEXAS. one hundred chickens. It is gu anteed If, after using two thirds EMIGRANTS a bottle, the buyer is not thoiougl Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive satisfied with it as a cure for Chick Special rates, 4)sTSce agents ol this Company for rates.'routei Cholera, return it to the undcibigin .Vc or write to and vour money will be refunded C. l A'lMOIlK. (!. I'. K T. A Montgomery, 50-cen- Louisville, Ky Foraaleby McKuberts A Slugif, Stanford