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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889011501 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. CHURCH AFFAIRS. -- Interior JouRrs&tsak STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. DEATH'S DOINGS. -- 15. 4889. JP. NO. "97? HUFFJIAX, LANCASTER, OARRARD COUNTY. SURUUON DKNTIST, Mi. William l'epplcH, tuted d, lift1 Mr. John Keid and wife, net Miss Cedar jiomh for wile. J oh. I.allou. AS El.KOANT OUTFIT STORK KIXTUUtS - S'ANrORD, Kkstvckv, Hullcy Hill had u valuable hoiM to Sunday nt her home iivar llnll.Hli.ip of enilir icing Safe, Scales and Show Case, for sale Franklin, of Ualliitin, Tetin., arc preAclur, wnn murdcri'd In Morjjuncouu- ill greatl) reduco-- l rales, a vc h.m- - two outfit. idle from pneumonia Friday. old ii;w, in connection with other intirtn- - (.pending a few days with the family of Office auth tide Main, two door abose Depot St, Gallon J A. HAMMOND A: CO Hubble, Ky. , ,, . v v n -- A bijr lot of baled timothy hay ivrtHivh. Her remain. werointerrcd in liiif- - Mr. W. It. I.ohiiibou, of thin city. Mr. Tin' ix'oriinUi'd Clmit'li 'of Jcuh , falo Cemetery jeMi-iday- . livid wan formerly a rvw'dvnt of l"anville ( hnct (LiiWihiv Sainti) will 'hold a hale. Apply to D.ilil. Stnjjjr, .If. FARM -- Mr..!. J. Tatv, a piotnlnviit biiHluci-sIan1. Hail wold to 1!. O. McLc-ill- , HARRY A. EVANS, --' now brinxH ids voting und hcautifuli a Apiil ', t wnld'Hconfeieiicc. Iivluuiii! hunch of L'yciiiohl iuuIvmiI $S0. nun of CWy, and for .several ternis! bride toeeo the landof hisbirth,ofwhich Joseph, Mb. ANALYTICAL St. CHEMIST, 37?!Acrni, situated on the Stanford and Crab 1. N. l'rew'itt loiijrht of Will Ali-x- hum ill of that county, died Hiddcnly ho, like all true Kentuckinne, isso justly Orchard pike, r Walnut Flat For particulars ltuv. Morris Mvnn lifpuin protract-- 1 Sl'ANFOH!', k I IV KM, 111 A II l Thuisd.iy la.t. He was an honcM. and proud. Mr. Kei.l U indeed a fortunato iHdres c I invottiii! at the Methodist chiiivh Inul tinder a pair of work mules forfiMO. Crab Orchard, K. IX' Miiicr.i1 mid Timber Land. nxaintnrJ General A false report ic;r.irdiiu: the nop of uptight man and hit death will cause a man in the possesion of mi lovely a bride to preach thio' ninht. He will continue Anal) Ileal WorL. uick and next week will be iirislstcd ISVihcnt wheat down to $.(:! at C'liii-.- i- general regret. I if wuh a brother of our ami in addition to thi.scau claim thin :m HOUSE, , . v towiiMiian, .Mr. . I Tate. ini'MttiP pi ins nativity. , l.v Koine uood Preacher, but li Ills not go. Dishman, Dishman & Metcalf, LIBERTY, KY., WaktHv Id A Lev, of PnnviUcjj M)ld In the "Sth year of hUngc, of eiy- Mr. W. 1(. MarrHntid Mi-.ii ot definitely known, , loth of tills city, Biirpiiscd their F. W. WARRINNER, PROP'R. ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. lleeehcr'i old ehuirh in in a bad to D. N. Prew'ltt IfKJ wrub uliecp at f$ t H?Klns and diver other frieudw Thursday hint by tpiivtiy wervtwiitn. many UARBOURVtI.LKand P1NKV1I.I.E, KY. mil wm.tku ni.n.s, hi., way. The ivcuipU for the year atxne Hotel and intend run. I Uxt FnitSw :. ('iir-loii- d of Ktiictly nice hivathed 1i:h Ian just im the town cloek driving, over to Danville, where, in the ninlt In Icurilthc style in orery particular, hpv exceeded Will practice in any court In Rattero Kentucky while tlie v.xpciiM-nExamination! of laodtitlet made a specialty. Any cl.il alien ion u commercial men thrttHUin nlmut IJ.000. At one period j yearling cotton mules, in good order. 11. atruek 12 Sunday, at the home of hi parlors of (Silclier'h Hotel, they were site tracts of limber, coal and mineral lands for .1. ('. llaudolph was tlie sale. Information lurnished on any point nnd corIt daughter, Mm. Kate Dudderar, with married. Hew in iho history of Plymouth, during the W. linlncK (aSi.tf) respondence solicited. . u. layior rtoogm 01 ext r.iut wliom he nan llvett for tlie last tew yearn otliciating minister. After tlie wedding life of Henrv Ward Ik'ccher, the ie- Vi fvijitit from the minimi Halt: of kmv purtlert -- head of j vailing mil let at During Mr. Fioltln long life "ho never tho partien rcfnrnrd to this place and are from JiKMo $70. gave his life to fiod, but those who were now at home to their friend at the resiamounted to W,OtMl. alone I of JclUco. I.ity un hand a N'u. i J. I C'ogar bought 1,000 barrels of best ueiinutiitvtl with him BiK'iik of him dence of Mi. Stephen Marre, the bride-giootu- and keep Coil in my )arJ,quality jour order at Nut Leae Itev. H. 0. Morrison secimi to have I am sole Ajjetif in Lincoln County for the Na Varil or S. S M)rr store asd they will be attendmotlier. We tender our best ed to promptly. ttonal liarmeut Cutter, hich wan spoken to highuntertaken n big Job for ho miiiiiII a mini iorn from David Bros, at il.7.'per barrel, :s a man of high month and far alxive J. II. IIIUUINS. ly of by Ilro, llarnes in the Interior Journal. btarfcrd, Ky iloing tnow things wtiicii lie thought wishes and trtiRt tlie future may bring to 6 'iiawaj uuppvr. with ho miiihII a miner as his "Old Metli- Price, ilh full instruction, M. A. T. Nitnnelley Hhippcd to Ciuciu- - wrong. He wjih mariied thrwtiinitiand ' them but few of tlie Horrows and all tho Mrs MAR B. PATTEX, He may be able to v fleet a gi'iier-- 1 dit." Crab Orchard, K) 1U liti Saturday a eardoud of nhoatn for Leven children nurvive him, his InM wife Ijovh attending a life of prosperity and nl revolution, but Mime of tlivm? preceding him to the grave ijuite a nuin- - happmew wilt exint till the ulad millennium da w'iih. which lie paia 4 eta. Mr. Wood Herring, aged about IP, SURGEON Fon Sai.k. 100 busliel.i of nice, clean ber of yearn. His eidldren, whom liedo-- t him: "We decUne wur against Ikit hear H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., I clover seed anil about 20 bushels of j ted upon, were justly proud of him and and son of .lames Herring, Sr., of this STANFORD, KV. he whisky trattie In nil of Its forms; STANFORD, KY. timothy .seed. Hoot X Carter. It have shown their appreciation of a lov- - county, died atliLs father's residence, of Oflice on Lancaster avfiunst the the theatre, it matters not street, in room recently vaA. T Nnnnelley bought for Teniu-s- ing fntiier by living the htniightforward iutlammation ofthe stnmaeli and how-el- s, cated by Ur. W. B. I'enny. play is or w ho is on tlie stage what the Office on Lancaster Street, oppo.ile Court-Hou, life he taught them by word and e.ain- on the morning of tlie llth. The Haing removed to this place from Lloertv, to Mtnt'nit the card table, whether in the w-- party il.' yeai ling mules from tlitler-practice hit profession, calls the attention ol (lie giiiubUiig 4len or in the parlor of i.rofch-- . cut p.irtie in tliU county at SoO to $A7. plv to lead. During his declining years, bodv was interred in IiucasterC'emeterv pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all hour Mules are fiom this ,i conKtltution was ho racket! with IxkI- -' on Friday, after services at the Christian day or night to answer calls in town or countr). ,1 nuninti the d.iiue at nnv i . . i Thirty years of hU lite were spent in Stanford and , he deems it unnecessary to speak ol Disability at place or manner of taking hold, p'oiinty to tJie.outti at the rate of a our-- ily infirmities, that his mind begun to church, conducted by Hldcr 0. C. Cline. tun", I have purch4.ed of Mturi. the physician and surgeon. A share of the patron'O'11' ,l ' "till the supply is not v- - weaken and at the time of hi death it (ietirge A. Feathers, who was for George I). Wearen and I lumber ).trd uitl open age of M Bruce and We believe all them- - things to be ciuihsa- the people of Stanford and vicnity is asked u big yard at the one purchased of Mr VVearen. tinuMi!. f ) had failed him entirely. Although old many vein a resident of this town, died HeMdei lumber in rough and lresed, I will carry by bim lien of th tlfvil ami Ititciul to lllit tlim -A. L .Nnnnelley leaves for nd decrepid, his latter years proved the near Hryautsville, this county, Friday, a laruc line of window tathet, doors and thinclet, there is a grain of powdei in, Uthi, pott and the picket fence formerly oM by of cotton devotion of Ills children, who have sup 1 1 tli, and his remains weie laid to rest Mr. Wearen. b. (i. HOOKER ji)r our magazine, and will ueur be taken Atlanta, (Jh., with a car-loa-d -iiiuitf", wiiiiii iiv iroiijjiu in tins I'uumy plied his every want and who watched in the cemetery at this place Saturday. ij.., DEAIBK ts ! at$soio$i;. by his bedside with eager eyes, hoping Tlie large numlier of friends who came Uu J, Rsnte. The cattle markot ivmains dull. The to see some improvement in their father to pay the last tribute of respect attested Thi Chewpeakei-OhlROWLAND, KV., rtse schedule of this givat trunk mil-- 1 ,riw bvre for I,(XW to 1,'JCO ioiind tattle who was gradually crossing the liver in- the fact that he had lost none of those My ciiiuue on t'ppcr Main ktrect, Stanford, II u .".J, and lighter grades at .,. n, ;v.. to, we hoie, a better world. His remains sterling qualities of mind and heart, tage to W.door, Wiggins' re.idcnce. Also P.the cot- Has a stock toinplcte In all its departments and and refen-ncwa spiHMrs in this Davis no occupied by Mr. J. next will Ik burled in Itutl'alo Cemetery this which drew to him as friends so many of l'otcMon to ftrt named given at any time and to desire to chU the attention ol the public to their to It will show what iiuick time is made Somerset HeiKirter. latter on No. nth. MRS. LOT! IK HOLMES, stock of Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Hats, Cap., J. I. King bought of parties in the morning at 10 o'clock, after a short sen our people when he resided here. Danville, Ky. Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and Family tivvr it toall Kjints IjiM It i by far vlf Groceries. Country produce taken in exchange That the patrons of your paper may ice at the giave by I.ev. .lohn HellfSib' the shortest route to Washington audi wt Knd a lot of mountain cattle at 2 for (rood. Will hare our Christmas Stock by DeS. O. DAVIS, not le disappointed when they read the without iiiiestion the mW pictures(iie. rents and roldto Hobert I.nnd a pair of sou. cember 1st. Call in and look at It letter, we deem it our duty to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, The iHfiiery along tlie Kauuwha, New buggx hores forl:!o. HUST0NVILLE. .In C. Phillips bought tliis week of iufoiiu them that theicgularcorrcsiKnul-cu- t and (ireenbriar rivers and llirough the THE M'l VICKSTON", rvV. , A Mc.Mickeii, of l teorgetown, is away from home, a fact that they AUiglieny and Hlue Ridge Mountains is, of Missouri, Miss Ik-liline runs the j mules, 'M of which were males, at $113! WJI(W1. mother was of the old Walker will moot likely discover Ik fore reaching iurompai-able- ; the HiniOft Office next door to Whitehead's Drujj Store. Will open again liut'it Pullman linnet car? mat an- mnuiM each.- family, of thN county, is spendinirn few this point. Yes, the gentle, genuine Special attention given to diseases of children l.ntinrie. lutvrest-- i -f. uver n,wi wortti ol mules were .illVM with lelatives here. John Woodcock, one of tlie few who 1889. and the ride thiougli the uioxt minion on eartli to make 'k 't ing nection is iniule in the day time, af-- 1 nydd in Haidin Co., last week to Tenne.H-fordin- g -- Tlie editor's calamity is very getier-- 1 Man) pupiU luc already engaged and the prosiu excellent chance to view it. M.t. Kittii. John Coomb sold Id head ally deplored and the public sympathy happier and iK'tterthelivesoftliose with pects are much better than last term for a lull Tin v inU tiding to . . i"it . . WaMhington ,,,t sio.". a head;. I. Hovd '."J head . for ?i- - in this community evidently sincere. whom they are associated, is spending a sihoul. Our work is thorough, as is shown by the ... .,.. who u We shall last dur ngthe Inaugural .iioiini examine m- - jnoniul McCague A atkius,JI head at fhe "caue" of the trouble is, just now, season with Itro. ISarnesand his familv THE GENTS' FURMSHER, teachersspecials cm out tromu term jmir. Common make a the en.uinff of the at Naples, I'l.i., and so we take advan-- 1 of this route, of which , $j.im. New .. School and teachers' Courve hrnce thoxe expect-in- : to tue advantages ipiestion extved- i Wrtr,y 513 4th St., Louisville. to teach itnild hcarcely do bcller lb in enter told. The ratu , c To.Stockmk.v.-Wt ie half has not Ihh-i- i aie authoii.ed inj in interest the old investigation as tage of the opKrtunity to lay this little our clases. , Rate month 50 to t goii, tiy the iHTetary, Air. . J. I.yle, toclub t0 "Who struck Hillv Patterson?" mid w reath of lauiel on the brow of one who Thefaihionsof the day in the (Jenu' Turnish. 8;-- from $1 .lira, .m, per 1JEN.NV, Principal. wi 1 be one fa iv for the rouiiu-iiipr returning on tlie Kentucky Stock Farm, u splendid ljkelv to be as long unsettled. " so sweetly remembered us when the g ung Man h audit and will alwa) be found in my store. I am As.munt tin 'tli Tor fui ther Iniiiruiittion write paper publislietl in tlie iuteiv-- t of t lie an exhibit ion of our colored shadows .came and whose unseltish agent lor the Indianapolis Sleain Laundry, the Laundry in the a or Id. oi .i hirer W. W. Monroe, tieit. I'ass. trotting horse, with our paper, at f!.0, w.loo Friday uight, two ofthe friendship lia so often been manifested best R. B. fur tick-el- thusaiiik'yiHi.ri)cciitsiu the piicc of tleede of loving kindness. And now, iit, Lexington, Ky., und foimei in voiini: hlootls. Ad Clatk-- m I . tjie two. It Hits s.iimi!tt mvvt your eyt V M. V. Co., theC A N N. Ma lieutenant of Ur. Ihiiwn and more iv - nar.loiiii. SUCCESSOR TO The faun which Henry KVed sohl to centlv an inmate of Sam dwens' cant-- , ' mrnwny .Mipu i.y tne sea. we iiiitu It.i.le I'l auk Cliaiup, at 5"-.- Vi per acie. :i vansiry) and akk Cooper (a dude who bly beg paitlou for thus parading before TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, I'witiii:.- - t'til. (.. It. Andcr-o- n and sold by pcwtuia-te- r John A. Miller in is just beginning to assvit himoelf both the public the virtues which you so mod- Mi H.ivm.' Katlterine Munx llidliitshead, of InI'i, to AIcn. McCliutock. for 5IJ7.tv ,' fc.. "tniii to tonuai, .inn ulw.11 vim lhclowl,lf.t,nf,rdejipped a fine Roller .Mill toin Gil 4TH AVENUE, of the colored candidacy for icithtion that we defy any .Mill li.ivton, ()., will be married February 2. we ihmk the Mr. Mcl'linlock sold it to the trnt lli Mile show in " un u 1111.1 j.N.I tvtiiui the "miii will shine hricltter in eijtiaiiii.iuaiiiypfii.iur. county iinde ciuaens oi enough tc the count) lltdliiisheml, who -n must chiiiiu-In- g peracie. ' Mi e in to in LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. pitronne ami sustain tne same 1'orter ISiok. for about S'.'O mid their as1imii".i1 fiu h hots Ultlldllt elect CX. the old Kentucky home" to ninny oth r.. on bom it attractive young lady, was one signee toni.cn) that we are in the and mil '" )'"" ' '"V'' "'"' coin it iti. public sale at a very de- - cent on the nencs of tlie ladies. Tlie .nurkct 10 mi) )ourulicat and corn aim will al- iK.pula. of the " MMt..r f ' wavs cue the luuhest market urue for same. We ibon citv mitlioritie.s took no notice und the fornKtrafiC-Uo- i'i ' ' " The Nobbiest & Moat Stylish wmc new nmi bincry to Taluine is the pride of t lie 1)111 it'll 11 hae added atu cn now m.tke me.ilour corn meal (. tins dtv duriii-.- ' tlie pint summerniid suit . , . . News. are proh.ihly pnicti- t- plllpit, hut the hearts of the poultryiliell department cannot be equalleil by any toother any i lieice liellineivnls ..:.. It person wil Ih nii'eniocieti lur nei ciiiiiiniii: Stock of mi a The jjiviit pivinier at l.hiteii.loif, j,,,. flir tjK. mxt dunitm.sti-.itio- ii soln it a trill in valnlty leap witli joy at tin mention of UanterV in thiideuar'tiieut We All luun; arain our flour and t . . . . t I .. 111.11'tieis and mre IIMIIIK.I... .I..... 111. IIlllh ...IT ...111' I.1. II. 111. meal in our line .1.11 .. .11- ....I.... ..... .1... .....-- . ...a. ..a " ..l..aaaaaa -for sale will " the Mill, where our . ? chicken Choient Cure. Sold "no cure, agent uiU beplease en allattimes, uho will M.irrsnndMi-- s Ninih V. AihIcihhi. of l". - m,cs n.o.v years " found .it give the ,, , M.lH,,t(l s,nL, than , '",. 0f aha.idon n the editor ... the day of ... the MUct best .JL. cs fnr Mime. Ilrau and shtp-- t- iiff always pri ( UniHt.r. were ....IUhI A nin-v- e ' H'enlM, lih enfo.ced .p.iet.ies.could induce me ' II1I.IUI.K "JC'I"'. uiatrhntiuy nl the Clemens Holler Mill Co Supt., Stanford....SIS'llI, . in.in.i .i imiiiiiii: mi iiiim -- in-:,.... ..I n.. mis i ... wmi tne inn; iiiiuessiiui in inill.'-n''I II.' ll...lki. I'.IWIl.t.ltll '. .in. I1IIIIIII11T1- - 1,1 ...' ' hv iiiv amount won . . the .'. . . lv his iiioilucc. ti,,n iiin. !.. nniliim, t write nlioni." aiiHii aim mm i iiiiiiihim man sa a - w.i 1VIOST ; I s,;;,;.! ur i rmijjlnt til ill) ot loinsiille, nnu open in mini; the Pul'lh. I''1 wiih and iliuifjhtci.s liavei contemplation, no li- i- t.ades ellect cd. no . !,.,.i."1.'fti,fM..iiUiichunh thii i f 1Hn.t..r $s2t,m.. nilll 1li.wn tipV no decent nied KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CD'S. HATS .,., . le HiletimlmNl on the lolli. 4ntx.w 1880, Oil Ssatlircl.'lV. 1'1, ,,ut Ml11 ' ",,w u"1 ciimencoininitted. We aieina most une- ' of It And also my own unp.irtiUnn of Kptflnh Mats irlC.vner ihii.e.l eon u "howMin siniw of coming dlhsnhition. .ii.'a AUKTIIOSi; UO niLUIIV "1 ! ventiul and anomalous, ,Mate of society. I we ml!, i..e....silf - mi,v c.U lt..ur, sill ,t and Cups An u'ecant lino nt Canes mid I.yon's edi ni. u. tin heir- ol vml . lilt) us to fi'.. i..,.n lol ul.ii.li lien'ieii I llll I li'.s ..I'f.lltw ,1 11 f d.tsj.dt ft' Illfl t .. . tl ''lift .il.li piililn v 1. Lv'ib .ileil I'mbrillas ulwi)s on hand. l''ine in n to tbt' hi jheti l.ulikr hi- 'i ..isTifiiij I'eachdilow cheeks ami insv ''l,s ,,,.;,. ,.f hi" iv:,.., fiwMn siiiiifni-- l nmi t.l.'tctst. per Practical Economy in all Things. 11,. ...... , .S. ..v.... " .'I lll"ll ........... SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, OAPs0, About A. .1. Tril.hle. of uwiMimr. . K11 iiiiomi.-K- Mit '.; tIietninHfpror Wilkin-t- o Stanford. The Farrn (If lim lllne (.ris 179 Acres l.nn.t. are poshesM-- ny tin- - Imoly mi- w ,om. Btlor hy the of n ho;: from Situ.iieil iiiiiiiedi itel) upon the Manloril and (It lu. h tins county, hit4 Ih'i'.i prcM-ntefill! h Imbin ami 1'iutice are largely (iloies and other lurs, a specialty Orders face adonis U001 h M.rr,.p..i. la Calendar, mid i my i'lii.iii'il, perfe t s.itlsfaclior ,'iiarati-tieturniiikf, units from oi, . Uu, f(irnRir mmw on piofex- - teiilitnnmile nl Mjimuul Matioli. Mmif,,rd Knowille due to a knowledge of the fiuti.ili world hiMi ii of 'the l'ieaclieisille. Lincoln (in the for 'Mi. ,s.ie wen iv a daintv honnet and W I nl tu order I N'OIlltV 11 V I' 'it .y I iiRoln llr.1111.l1 ul llii' I . v .V It U hiisinch-i- , prohahly1 with 11 cra.y pilk ipiilt, sionnl loiitit). and tli alljirs, gained from careful study ,.iiuty, chinch, the head Ln cut out so at to look iptitt The l.irm is ucll feiutil, li.ss itpnn it a sulist.imi.il .. whicli iKiineof til most i'.ili.siti' piee-(s,ilivtllins, .111 ciiellrnl barn, and other stumble ami rending of the hotter ilanof .Mitiio-iiiiih- n rcdistic. IIimmIV t'alendar is easily the MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL liuildiii;s.iiid is in .1 huhstate ofciilliiaiKHi, 'I he ' NcW'rri;i'. such ai ailistieipiiltinx wehav.eM'r seen. title In fee iiu pie unit kciiitiiI Hitrruuti uill be composed of elepint best of the kind, and like the ihf Ii is uLiiycM.i".iiill, .Mis Tlieresa Ihinuell, , 11 WOltllV made luas pun Imser. Poi.ea.i.ioii ml) be KlkCU it l JM irvu ic ir 11 jrood tliinjrlo have is .jii llif nrol in nielli Is nuue. ! l h.,uiiti"of rich material of all sh.ulen. ensii: Ii.il.inie In i anil M',ir '" 1'.,I"IU' " l..v inilieil.iu.se. The pad ii..i.iiu.iim-- . w itli ,,,... !:I0,", eqiwl Insullmenl.. beartne Inleust fri.m .Ue f,..,..,,..,, center of each wpiaie is tin name the e.NiMiLsitc arrav of color ahove, hile In tlie year, was mm mil at ,f ,h(. frmshoilM ,,, He ;!.; ... will be rc.ti, .1. In Wot th, Merit and KutcrprNo, the W d it. (ICKr.lt, lilitir lot the )t.ir iKb.), .1' 11 i.ii- -t of he lady who wuh, tlie datertaieea.silv read. Ilootls C'alen- - ''"u l''li'ilutlitiiu at thu head of l.n)iiiior certainly Mild 2 iiiuIch to lien- mid I.. A. Halla.d 1 lies l'ern, 11 :. .... 11 1.1 siuii:i) 1... i.!., ..f -,. . m..lr.ilii, motlerii journalism. I ' ",i 1. I 1...... "". "l uuiuiiini in nun iiiiliiil wi 1... . A I- Jl.51l..!l'L ,i,,. pve, ,eo, for thirty Ui " iisrlul, enter ll.irpir' M.ig.mut' is thr ,, ' hohf tvj:lliie pitiliett.Uiniih'h Tor Y, ' (.Hid bcatitiltil periodical oi in jkt cent, more iv.ulh.g h iiifiiriii.ilion. Ainoni; tlie attnu tiotn lor 18S9 will be a the world ' -' Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Dr. II., . new not vorbl cuts, bruisen el an .ineni.in stnry, cntnliil "Jupiter l.ijhti.," IJ. fi. ifiil- Ituinet't.'.M n.ulehfor 1. VALUABLE COAL AND TIMBER LANDS Av ,1Tisri( I.hii.-TIm.i- ihis ItohiiLiI 'M,e l,.c"1 ,1,u" .i",,l,c "S.- -. lor .....a, . b Cn.isi.nice K WdhIsoii; illustration nf Sluike- . . Ullll'l. IIIIBI., I'l l".'""l ' .1 series nl ar- Comedies by I. A i.iob. 101 wn, an artistic painter, was iaintiiK lard ..old aix mules to I' humlicd concsHiiiili'nl. piare'on Russia illustrated Abbey; . de I hiiNirup, over twenty-liv- e d,, chilblains, mm and all skin trup. ,,Pj b) I title's ' . (IN nnil :i cliurai jsHU. Ulllll l(H I'., fiium noun"o'""' Imril Hear HirKeylOOt laijt Week-- A lart tton-t- and pttiely cure pile, or no pay re rvpifseutiiig the iutciests of the Pally and miners en tlie Dominion nf Ciiii.ul.i Wnrner; three tcrintic cn.il bv Charles Undid rt of tli Weck,i' ':,"l'drer in eiery .laineHll. IhiTOstM'liMWjjoI liind, uitu- -' ( llr Wiw lyinic , mi lie took IiIh bmih quited 1. .. .r....ueil t Klieperfca ...tl.tao swdicv!?eb, 1. ,,. . Iii.torleal play b) , for atlll iwllltt'tl II Honor money rcl.mdrd Price S cent per box illnslMted: IA Illih'H fltllll Uicllinoild, HteiUhoilt , .. iiLi,. j,imi(orJAy . . " ' nnil., lUllkilli: i"v lo r. n,,. 1. by I. II of ., ,, ..,.i,wi v . m at il. ,..,,,.., ,,f t""u ' it(.licf..,r . .irVoi!il all cm- - die author "lli'ii llur llliiitrali.il A j,,,,,, -- the wliich he paid S.(1..0 jut Here lh'mv ..nr 10llov. He then went to dinnei-- . u.,jii,..,m (,cori:cKditori.il i)ep.irtmt-n- Willi..are . . . .11 I... William The Verdict Unanimous. p.irisiin, liccause alisoliileiy liieuutl lilile- - (onilni'teu ell ;iml C li.irb's lliull.')(.urn. I'll I.sill 1U.I1, u Kl'l CO K ter, On ii'tnrniii'' he fiiuuil 117 lahliitw and Dean I low Warner hmiN, trust, IM.'iiilcnt of nil comhiiiations lvoip.ir,el.lyinrnthe,rou.Hlne1,,-hy.;- The Wool virowvin AHMiciution, jiyudicatei and orinl.'itiiuis. Cnn teach -htin-- , . , TilV'-;- ,up hy dead. T ,ey r hcl In l(OUle solJ h a.'.'o ! enlpJj ,. truth ami Mute fact of miineasiiialile bene-li- t which claims that it defeated Cleveland, Het-milt tried to tllkO ntUe in the lojr, Crycac One nunluol Uboltle ami witirinl tllllier, ihcLuiiU kitrruundiiitf ii arc now Uins ' inciviiH-in- g to the people at Inrne. chediile hHii presented a P.rVisir: Alr.iluiu unrktii, and the juoiliict hmU a line inurkei lchut instead, they knocked their Imdim of U1ieum.ilim of lojrjrfc.,, Umlii. Comtiicrciul A Hairs nnil Mnrkct Itcports l lie l ..n'. . ..r ....... tho turitr on wool and demands that out, Tho boys in tlie country should Hare. ilrueis'iM. .. ., ,, , iiimo, .iiinms. nil., i.... inir "'. inv line. oi inci isnokiinr iirancne.1 .n. .1.. .le.ii's.iii-,,", V r.tt.,,.,! ,. ,i,,,. , ,. Harper' .M.ic.iiiu- I oc . MIIS wis ,r.t.lfrom every known center in the country, Harper's I oi. sellnitf mediiine I Itaie eier inniiicu in in) . it shall he adopted. rit of l.nuisiille where a Urge part nf (hi- niiithin. Cvnthiatin Hetnoerat. trv 4 put i dn.pose.1 of. Iho lowest I'stiiii.tte m.idi is exceed in detail all others. It is the One Harper's llarar ears' ex'perii'iiic i Kleclrii Hitlers " Tlioi..md X (o Harper's oun-- i People ....,-,..,- . . roo ai res ol solid coal of uond workable thiiLlicss . . ............. . Only Paper that can till the place of Climate fer Cotwunfitives. ' """" """ .11..1.1..1. In this tract with of fine limber for mining ,...' , The Only Perfect Remedy Postage free to all sulisirihcr the United of 1'Iorlda, Colorado and Car. ol .1.1 lanu e nou I'Cinc worked frul, whore onlv one run lie nironlcd. t.cra.i.ls i.naniinoti mai Klccttlc llil.rri.iloc.irJ 1MII.f the Siatci, Canada or .Mexico I.Ucr, Kldne) or lllood. Only anil produces a c..il ul ver) M ilH'rioniuilits ulili Ii 1 1 cots I i'i a year, yet renders a it e California bail' mil. been mmli precnbtil for .Forlinbitt.il Constipation, dyipendll. and nil il. kti salt and cooi rtiiirti.. . . ionininds onny .inn, sion' ills ii tho famous California liquid half dollar a bottle atvjt n...n..ik. ( to I'.irllis .nu k;lu whihI to tli.il ohtnliieil nt frnm Inn to llvi ..offerers from luiiK disease, )et lliowamUof the 'I lie i oliime of the Ma;;. one beum with Ilia looMn either for investiiiuiit fur the tiitureor de die of lhi fiitnl milady ear N'umber fur nmisr In those States fruit romedy, Syrup of Figi. It itrongth- time that Mini through other journals. When no time Itine and Diceinber of each bcKin slriliRto denlop the land at once. Is Consumption Incurable? . is spei'ilied, siibseriptions will Is I" if n. in eicry ,. ,. , . . ur more reliable renicily 11 - -- I - I II.. ..!..... I. ." In......l.laa1. .1... ,...,!.. ,.l wo.. -- s cieai.iei .1.- - synein, ll I. me 'I'apcs., nccai.se he u.cd nt '" itruhc nninovrcurreun.. .ne .line oi receipt oi l)ie f0u.,irf. .Mr. C. H. Morn., Newark, KViiile llratuh of the V.' and N U. V. a, ilnm stu.c in llie lamluuil one that i.i. rli"'"li"'i " . Id I') ilriunisisiiiiiiir inc iiesm.iu uimn ltn miicc.iui 1,1111(11 al.otil mldwa) IMwim laiuist.llv and Knuxsllliiiii ih.miihii.iici. camiy vaKOIl, ami poriCCliy uarmieil. rls,J) Inline .iremtd) which i llnnnd loliii.it'sof Harper's Magalnc, for three in ..ml ha for ni.inv )e.ir bien an lniiortin coal. i couiurisou or trial. Oct a sample cojiy and friend anil ph)lilan pronoinicid nie,aii positne ijiiaiiiiilie (lilt U taken e inaniifailuters years back, in neat c oth hnuliiiii, will t'f sent uy For Biilu hy A. II. I'eiiny, Stanford. t UISIIICI ..... . .. . tt . iTai I mm unable coimimptiit' 11........ tiiin ur. k'lilu's to our mail postpaid on receipt of j per iiilume. Cloth i. lt,i, "irsirln,. n. I,,.,.r,-- t ,1... .a.....-- !.(... .!.. fne, or hand your ... ........ a. ..... l m.ieiuiu KtiU4 i.i.rirniiii fur bindiiii; mi tents each, by mail, po.tpaid ,f ,ae can do so b appliiiit' either to (ieo (,i be proniptl) niiiriied New Distillery for consumption, and am now'on , T)u. Kentucky State Colotcd Nor agent or the Kstmater. nunc) paid for itnill ... .i"i ... na a.a.aaa. (I... (lad- .. . .IS f III: Ml'lall n, Pll I si....... . . ... al.l .... it . s...... ..., - a. ",,; u iiu-.u- , ray Hum notiie, ami ,..,.,.,. , .! '' Imlci in Harper's Mazarine, .ilpb.ibelii.Ml, ami. V i r.ler to that woriaSale positne anil in.ulr totlosca partnership a a. II. ....... .. .i . t.isn. . nauu, naiauir in i Iitic.il and classified, for oluine I to 70, Incliisire, my farm. ii Is mi-- finer! inn iiioi; ihi in.ule. . THE DAILY EXQUIKKIt. . !.... k. r..ini.ii mown as i'i niui.i i r.ii.i. frnm June, 1850. In jiinc, ii3), one loliime, fun, Ohio, .) "HuJ uiualpaiiiiimfcof u .nul 18 in rented) IIH -- I. lIlfM'llUOl lit to (tialily teaell- months from dm of 1 m u.c Mtddlewatt, Deiainr, R mo. C vim. r.M.l,.. MidiialDisioirr). It is die mil) v. sate. I'lirihaser to et. nle btiids with Km.d" si- Stinday Klltl Dnltv ...fl .VI ti.7.-- , fTHI til III tlolh, il of sinb superior it ..olbrenfor Dr. Klns'sNei. Discovery forconult-- by poslilluc Ki'iiilliam c should be firttu .erriblidie.ise p..seil il.......i.(.ati.rer. (.1H for KelltlK kv colored wliools. ' ci rit) . bciriin; 6 pinont interest hmii iliv of r I nnir n.nlilrs -i,... i i ,i iiaiiv, tfit Sunday, l.SJ 3.J) i.tm I..H ii draft luaiold tli nice of lo ci.rai.tr p;opr.ie. a to ..rr..n. .11 copy till adiertiiemetit . Newspaper are not . minima "... ..in... li under a uimrrnlvei Hj1Bn, op ,., ii......... ..... ..v : MTTAVT , r.,UU1 it hunt ihe epren order of Harper S. llrotherv c,K). oivj:vs, " ausjuajxiXTi x nuuouui, cum of Dr. Hourian, who killed ' i.c.i.h.'' Jry i. Nunplu boltli's fro t A H. ..dilri.ll VKl'KK nlITIIi;ilS,rNe' ork ......r...-- i --TTTSrTTiTTrti. I.... ir in the I S, .M I.I.I I yi td i'"" l'tiiny's druKsture CINCINNATI, O. hin in Maiion, .. inirrli Htnudy. Ill s , FOR SALE! Ku. Hcni. Haiti!", ii Methodist FOR SALE! , tU r THE NAPIER ra An-deio- u, diK-ascs- i " firil-da- " $i-i- -- , Attention, Coal Burners. National Garment Cutter. V I ' A.S.FZIZCX, , . DENTIST, 0. sc e . - ... i .. 65-t- to-da- y i jr. COTTAGE FOR RENT h. Hxx.Toar, General Merchandise, iuv e nt i : nvy .'' IkiH-omb- MK M SIM! 77-l- t''lr On February 4th .:.... .i WOOD WALLACE, tt 't ne a-- k s 3STOTIC3S GEOGHEGAN, i . . ' 11 11 ,..m,t j ... "'" - .. ""..I a j ' 11. I "'""" I 7 diiMerMrNf,: car-load .ii,,,,i,i- 1 - "' 1:,, 1 .b Li: vV. l- - v- nmMMi v , um m THE H A T 8, . I vorld-ri'tiin- Fcb.2, Successful in Life ,,, ,1111 ....... , a I .. - 11 of fr f 111 I889. prei-entc- )"" ht 111 ','' Dno-n.il- The Weekly Enquirer m.i... 1 Harper's Magazine, 1110-- 1 1 1 .1- V af JvifiteonWht'of ,,,, j ,,11 l'i OXJUililJ ' -- , - m-nr- 1 siVcdncslav 6,l88o,l ' a , .MrlJntXI ,.,7ui;,,! . i... jm-utl- . !..( ,..,,, I.- Harper's Periodicals - ! - - i jrr i a. ' ,j "TS . a "a - uc-si- - , I .1 ... ... , I.l Mih-cripti- aS I . V ll.-- I'lie-in.r- i 1 r 111 r ,i;-- I I "-- I r "..""' uwu' '( ilni-ssi- jKffgy ""H. M.JI'. Semi-Week- ly BterjorJou H- -f H- -f Bt..tln...iJn'SfSi.Miiial.li..v nfLTIii.iiwlS. l.(?nu. Itni.irtiii WBHiint ....Midi. T 1 (I? Poorc, deputy clerk of the court oj ted to presldo over the Indiiuin Senate. O " .JLvU rfa.id3r.t Fnirchild&lelter vvUich A negro diank half n gallon nf w his pears in the last Hichniond l.egistericla- - appeals, for that ollice or for any other) t Stanfohd, Ky , Januahy 15, 1889 tive to the war the races there. ' person w ho profited by the election of ky at Louisville Sunday nnd then l.iid anions We admit that we hae no great love that miserable specimen of humanity, oxer and died. This is a daily occurreme: .loliti . DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, for an institution conducted on the Tom Henry, who funned the ollleo out n wo would do It 'and whose disgraceful acts before nnd Ihitchcr, of Toledo, fatally shot his wife plan that Helen is, but WS?S2 FANCY ARTICLES, &C. no injustice intentionally so we give since ho was honored with it bus done1 nnd then killed himself .Simla. I'OWirru puic Tiik periodical interview with "Gen." space to the most of the president's let- - i more to injure thedemocrney than iiiuii Senator Shelby .M. Ci.lluui, who was I'hj icnn prcuri ti . Jfuiulel) lompountlcd, &ii Co). Woodford Urndley by Ills loftenant, ter, which is as follows: "Theie was no1 otiier things combined. We fully agree born in Wayne county, Ky., has been rvYu Dunlap, nppenrs under the head of a 'rebellion,' nor any thought of one. A with Messrs. Ford and Uivens and think renominated for the l S. Senate in B j "nini te t 1L t if ' shoul-jlinoiMillcrsburrg dispatch. It describes the which is equivalent to a white voting men, by mistake, .Mr. Poore should receive the cold "general" as very brainy man, with thought tiiev had permission to organ-- ' der of every one who knows the fa ts ol tion. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, . The total coinage of I'nited States dark brown eyep, which look directly in- ire ii separate white table, and licgan the deal. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Mints during the calendar venr Isss was to yours whilo miking, below the medi-ur- n direction. A few coloied Virginia rejiubli- - J)H,:JI5,I14, divided as follows: (.old, Kcr brought to thiimjtVet. l'ricet loutr .lian A IIK1.M. VTIO.N of bight nnd with well developed di- .....lienti. nn.tit tn ill. fi nt tin. i.tlnit lit .L.lSO.SrtS: most of them, represent- nilwr. il.UrJ.YOOit: minor the lowed. W tchc, tletkt ud Jcuelryltr. gestive organs. He is giving the usual Mttim. nt t!i,rM,. .,,1,1.. The colo.cd ',''". ' uitnl au iborlooiit i.nJ rraltd. revolutionising Ken- - boy who 'got the woist of it' sits there im: the 10 Congressional districts of the Jill" 'JOO. credit lor nearly The United States ship antic, tuckyandisdesc-ribodasthebl1:t?oliahisliiI- i ..,,. a ,.,. of State, called on Harrison Saturday to u QmsuJe Tho generally, ui course ue unnjs ue uuuks w ntlj " .in 1 !iiaj vt nun i trtimiAiiii um the claims of their master, .Mahoiie,. which went to Hay ti to look after the ji i r in . itl(iv iiiiiirfiiiv t.. liiiius. ;n ...... m. i.i. ...i.i in lmit ' . . .i.- -i rc'iciii'ii Mm i.nn in tin, i.,ii.iin.t '1'iiit i'nMi. interests ot deut-i'lw- t i? viIucaM heaixl them attentively, but Jork Inst week bringing a caigo of yd-- 1 aud.tbat when the loutli q oath was uttercs- '0f their exitteuce froti'Hie fund provided by the national there were tha'ati anVmlgi.ri.ave been' J romises, contenting himself l mo g ,IIofcilvo8r gowrnment under the provisions o the bIoWH hll(, not ith saving he was glad they felt w Of the Business of Mra. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in accidentally 1 H h-cab - Jj; general begini to nmH.aicd selection of Hlnir bill, there will be "!. interest in his Xo .riU, orilillt teacher'had " . ,: the republican ranks, as education mono .llu.ti.n , .i ..th :, inuteid of 'a I,t't- - 'Innone is notning w noi n rncm, .;-- ' u H o n pn-ttis nocetsary to this mot devoutly w ieb-e- d imr Mill la-iis truce' ' " and if " consummation. That isluc.ition nathe lending Southern republicans, A .Mini and . bout 0 mules a lid CurtH, Mr. Harrison likes that kind of u man,, turally makes a man n republican id .not lurticinints Hivinc sue it CartH, Uards.ovv., (111- uvro burned .,.., ...rmore e mtl.cr think he is the kind of a backed by the facts. Here in Kentuckv life insuioois, i know oi dav. Tho property, valued.it $10,1) that party is largely, we might wiy al- easily governed than this, of which I "c belonged to Mr. T. 0. Urmiiir. most entiiely, composed of iguonint have been president almost -ii years. l'hilip Uiilllu killed his njii-ilaw, is placing tiHunderob-TiiK.State piess and fully as ignoiant whites and limit ions that we will never be able tore-- ! Dr. Mvor, at Mephensnort, Wis., be- . Af iTirii4 rmtfmtii vpi v 111111 h ...:....i n but for these, vvhobO prejudices men MHAru Me- -' cause he believed him guilt of theinui HUKKV . . WnRoii like the "general1' impo-- e upon, he him ?,, vui 5t??n!.fTrr,rt,5Aii..A ul,;,.l. iwv,- should we live to be as old as i Wfcwv "" .,.. .. .. . i.u.i corporal's s'undb b ilwiiotitits to l: republican, uiusim.ui ami put m helf would be ashamed of the Clralu SuUd llmt wiu)d krr'ound Ih'iia: ;THe'l rehil.rn'u'nnVe.l nifi lfc VAi&fe IB- - A full edition of tliU pa,.;r could bton attnbuted to suicide. - Harrows,. Plows, Cultivaters, Engines, Throshing Machines, milesof the Kno.willeNmth.... Clover not contain nil the good thingsthat hnve .,u. ;,(,!, i. , .ho ,..! .!,,,, t em railma.l, trom the line of the Ten Hullers, Saw Mills, Food Cutters, Horso Powers, Hay, i.: MIUU111) i.i...i-a.ntt- m t muiiiwutj ..w..r Htiiri. Tli.. nMiiiliItiitiis ur. vaiulv ...i- - 'been said nlwut us and ten edilionscoul.l, i. 1VUV 11V , v v i. Mid .. .. ,. . .. "uI... ...itWn.lit u.i- lllli.i.nik lit i.r li lllmi tllilno t l,h - iiu t. t nox ; io Grain, Sced3, Coal, &c, feUonasheisadeviliHhslvone.andwefdeavoringtowrenchfrotnthedemocnit.s lo.i.teen miles near Knox-oflic- e diw WJows whose " a pojiti. like him not a little nnd wish him a fat , tlSHteavhiclM.s Mlol huh ait ticlulh lrlnl liom thr Sinlrl Miiulorir uf iho cwifitr. I their v.lle have been completed, seem to have run upon fair old Nl?gim'I-d'u?i.T7tiT- e and smooth Miling for the next A bn-ae,s ,, of promise irn, all, brcth.en, and re-- 1 Thank you head fourvears. So here's to vou, "geneial," war. The results weie a, disappoint- leftenant; you make ingas the act was rep.ehe.iMble and the1 'uember hat wo are always yours to , a tCIcvehuid ., where,, tho pi.,,,,.,.. trusty and " , ' ." .7,. ., goKl pai r and one the nverace beeker af-- 1 new Mate soon proved as (lemocnitie as ig"lu"""" wiuie .. KU . . . ... his ,.,,. J' 1 marrv ner i.V).HX)mis wiiewas nviiie. I lie , her outraged mother. The republicans ter pie will do well to draw to, t eirl wants damaeiM. tnniK uiey nave u ai last, nut n uiey 7.. v t. v iinpariiK to, world has made ar- T,.,,i.hlir.mJ . ufiirm.v.!? X..'fui- it. ' n tine. :it, ti .im ....i.. i... i.. .i - .ii. t i ..- - on the .Mt. v eriiou . iMal, a man of his in unit w uy tin- ... ... . ..,...-.- .. e tlav or. For it the 1111 .'MlllllllH'I'VIM'lliI.UILI'l.l.tlltS til UI1.I -;mil uiepiauoi fiftuiig .usiui.ni.iTft aim niiqiua. iniuu. ine ttiuggie involves ine iM111. . m1.l, nrk rt ,j, other 0tlicr.sdirec.lv connected with He is depotngent .lVnlt1l A(ri).,, , uhUim miK.ntit. .... ti.?J!l:Ato.i.vh,kAJ!nJA.th1'JuAn. .'........... o r, ....... :......i Wh ii.. nsanyinthecoiintr. .. .... ..v ........ ..., ... i"ii--- i .m,Uv.,.,.Vl, manager , (Ml,.v .7-'( ,, , ,.u)ll ' mend it, in addition to those given by the representation of two Congieioiii.l , , . f ,l'""-A " .. . . near V ! the Louisville Times below. It would districts. ". '"' I WU' k ...v iiiii.iiii'l.ni.i mill II. on k.ll.'H in.. s.-- i Mil. i ... .' iuw ia . r.n.un popul.i ir aim ae-- 1 i. TiiLCnnlt.il emphatically denies the! newspapers, aud perhaps a half ilonn, .... ,,.,. i..,,-..- ., 1...1,. ....ni eeptable men to thw-- most interested things that we do not now recall. ii,H,(i,0mi,,a. 0 ,jH trnck and shod' predomi- rumor started by enemies that trouble other an.linsuietiiupolilic.il patty 'If. Wm1s and ome Strange to say, too, he makes a stictei-- s Mr), wj M. ,mi,. ,,f ,im jf nating iu a locality the ollices that should between Dr. John thej of each and .Mareta approbation in all. Tin jiirvlfrthrTnetnir""Irriie ( 'm belong to it. The plan has been tiied at of,hit. employes caused him ollice of ptUilic printer, in ins vale.m- . ....N UUil .,v IVIUI.int......r . - den vs. lion John W. ljingle.v.on uMiii a nilnibbPof plaViis during thU last "four C01.K I III ..l Mlll,n ' yeartnnd wbTked wTll'TIib Tftnbs toi v the doctor states that he had full v through his rmtikfott f,,r lnp-- for alleged lefamatiou nf the ileeideii to retire irom public life and did mvs The I'nited States has o7,:S7;iust- .. (Tiiiiitiil.fiir tliiiiini.niuuillsexi.nMOIISi.f eh.iin.'ter in the l'nite.1 "tales ('mint 110111 jus " . agitt atnl ............ ... ....11.., Kv Ilium,..,!,!. Com t, at rraiikfoit, failisl ollices and all .., .,..., .... .suould he not cue longei to oe . . 111.1V...I I., tw.ii- ' t ,1,1, JtKX. 1... .1... ...i.nnlA It AT II... I ....;....;..'. '' J. ' .. ...... .tv.itv ' I.T.'t'.T.l " Jl " lin l.n.l HIV 1CVIUU UJ ll.K J.VUIIU Ul vr IV.II.If. iiwiit to the ollice of puMic printer and . 11111 i.i.'i.iin'.n i. 11. iv lii.iuij in TJiis would give the 1'iesident moie 11111 i"'t UMK WHllt. I(V ti- ll'ft J'JIII W,",l'r. In,t a,Ws t,,,t ,,, ,L' ,,! of l.o.ny lau.ledran-- l ed Wellington County, Ontario, have leen time to about .statesmanship, and ..... the noble aimy ....... .... ,...,..,. " .' !... - ....! Il. ..1 noi llie lllIOKUUierKuwu ' ,.ii... Mmnv '" '" "" NI"U' l'm'u Icm ql h,' ;',".- '".""'L"?. ,"? ' ' "7 " ine for polities, be- -' him out to be ' TliN ink olf 1,H lnfgen lHforo 1 nnite.l '""-.- t Hitl.1,, .hue mouths. The ; .ideS,vve would Luemo.P .urity aml w ' 'V, . w,n "e ",tlK anothor p.lptr. Ilisisto-- j " . . , haluiice 0 llieill Wll keep out of those1 . , indeneiidenee in the Fedeial Vl..il..t. r .ilL. Y I)iWo:iwrlto8 that wo did. t u "' ..iCollc oTvcry groat injustice in, out isue of the b'tli, and refers us tq VTiivT excellently .edited pnper the I --.- Jayt.euld, wife of tint ninny m r m r mm S ' 5 " ap :d:ett(3-gkes- .! fJ. FI i vrwrctf' V jjl mjaasvjl m. o & lTewbleE, W. P. WALTON. Crf52wJS if 2?K ' w t I i j i 1 ' 1 1 ...... .vim-riiMii- '""f-cs ' inlllWUent'otliertbf .u.,, s - '"'' ;' GEO. D. WEAREN, Carriages, ItoacI Mangr' Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons i -- I ,,,,,,,, . m-a- r Spccdiii; ne-gro- 1 n Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farra "Wagons, Log Wagons, HnnicHs, Hay Rakes, iir' .. ......., - ltil Harness, Koapcrs, Mowers, Drills, Corn Planters, ,l.lm,m.r l, i T j -. .!.... m-uin ' - , - V -, , ..... p.- -- ..,, j old-tim- j, ,.,.: ... ,k i ,,tulHtur ............ ..,r....,i..i 7 ppr, 1 T. R. WALTON SOMERSET STREET v . T"! """T fr n ,j,,(. ... 1 , -- tli.' till' t . ,, ".,,,,, . ihi "xm MAN bi "'. . " "". ol r..!' ,,. ,...,., , !.- ... n. .1 .Miuni.M. urn 11a tn inn. , uuu...i i.uiii! limine .ii'H.viiiti.i 10 win "old mail" that is Qt derived. , lH.lessembittere.1. 'The cliosing ofn.post-,..M, :.. ,,,..,. . 14'Y'MVi IVIIUV l4 "' n' , .l . mteu. .swtCb, ItUIIIVilll I masteis. district attorney-,.. ...... t ..i.,.iil.. P.. of tile luck. go. us onji-e- i ih .,., eriMii- .1 eiitiniunt ,..r..i.il l.U, UV.f7"HV "v....4V...- UWJIIOl, T,....t.....T.l.u., l.U maihalsandcollectoiso.' internal lev ""' - l fw,r ..f ,. ..,:.. , ch ., ,, i; the people direct would be the! l.k Kbhllj iO our nomination of JudKe,and rohi.,ilion. u " " , service reform ever fit- At A Dnrlniiii tir mil' Amur lua nco it titan me oo.iv iiuiii u.tverv ii.'ii.i. 1,.. ;B tA ni.i Um.i u .tin !!!., in vviirule and twist, ought to have made u out 11 win in- iiani i !. vented. ' " il .... M.t. 'l!ie Vunderbilts iv.eived lnt year ...... ' 9. another ireueration. It thinks Kentuckv it woiu.i seem, a mechcr urn., 1. ..... ' a ' onl, Ml l,(X)0,(K)O to bu n.l led .to their in . patient one than Job Tin: rads have already begun to ma-- .m ,.,, a V0UI1,, , ' able i, le. ha, bu ns Iu. u tore plans fo. their perpetuation of ,ow- - mn t t,,e llLWj o( .M,u!ainii,s, onewho oo piou, man than liro. Haines. Hut cuM .. ,,t' ,'1,1 w,,mL'n ,,,,,1 I'rJkmi plK..o..,illln..M one they I,o,h.. ln- '"' takes the lead fey pLeiU. w n, onwtir. l,v liU er. Sherman aii.l through ingn bill in the Senate, providing for the hnirt. j,v j,:s r,.s"iMll.,. .tt,w Iiurham IV ton; we..me not a competent witness, to pull .lenity, without an appeal "! Times. public 111.. t t. ongressuieii election 01 ixepuoiuan t )t as yomi), s w uw, t0 be, niiJ Fkviii.su that he would compiomUe Itiehnnl (iaiv, of lliipkliisvilli', w.isi ,.'.,,, is to be done through State Can-which favor- - 1. ;,.,. t1L. ('oiiiiiiereial vounir 0. .if .mil ui.i nil' 4Mi.it. .if the riilieh toi.i by his father that he must settle Aassing boaids, to be nppoiuted by den it.-- , but he is as .a. from being an old fo- f)ilu... fl.,iinghehasfo, theSouth. down ami go to woik, to vvlnel, lie rt" Hairison, when president, and to up- - gy as the next one, and should he enter . cfeo. 1InIbUm ,Klri(k.,lilu1, plied that he would die llrst. He put a appoint Judges nnd Uegistnns of mic- the nice he would make it lively for an v ......iii.. 1 oniinerciai bullet through his biain and Itieliar.l is invitation of the tion, who will hold their olllee for six of the contestants. m,,,-.- ! liim-eVVheat, Chili to itn liaiKiiiet. It r ..,.11 is again iu the prospect if a long IMaccaioni, years, or two yeais into the next adnde of the rest. Cheese, Dried Heef, ih should not be allowed thi Tin: piohibition organ, the Voice, ministration. Tiie .1.1 s of letuiniiig The loss of life by the .vrlouevvhi.'h are passed going to prosecute Quay, Dudley nnd' Ohio liver. boards and l.ia 1'inkstou .. P..IM1U. ..III. utl.lttl ...... S... till... ... ................. 1,11 ... ... lepuuncan eomnuitee, ...'. . . .. . .VI ,Ollll.l ., lls ,...,..... iiL.. .,... ,....,. we hope, and we have coiilidenee that, Cla.kym, ot tne ' ,,, UlU,1 ; ; ; thepeoplewill not submit to their ,e- - forcoi.sp.iing w.th a thief to secme fo, , kilM nt II1Iro MIIWIIIS ...... HlltclllT Kuivi's. Sn-i' . (,i(S them the tinners mail list ami then nav-- 1 .!.,. ......I. ,1,,., ,, tn . mil, 111, II, I) Is IIIU Ol ICI UK' llll.l. .. ' ill 'It IS 111.'. r1iiiH"il (iriiidcr C'livt'iint' mill . 11.11 KlxS hi I.I ii. nig linn lor its delivery to tiiein. it isa '".'." IJIIK'K I t'ppiT. spider in the dumpling) piopeity theie nnd elsfulieie was Minh Tin: Columbia Spectator bayr. a peti- - pretty big ltndei taking o try to lam da and put a Virginians had piepal y terrible. tion is being circulated asking f'onaio-- these uiscals vvlieie lliev oeioiiL' ,11 a the . '11 degeneiate s ... . 1... ..,.w.v The fnt liei i William If. Fntei, ,,., e.l lor tne nine 00-- nun :. nl..i....s..(i.n. Fiank Wolfor.l's nen jFl- llllillllfc , .?...... IIIIC lll 4I'JII II HMJrilSweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, llll 1.H....111 Jr., who recently nibbed the New We believe (Jen. Fry is get wj wish the naiwr success, thev vet Hairison. iontoS.'iO. Honey, &c. iVoik Pi.idiice lAchauge gratuitv fund ., , tingilDOa month for deafness alleged to lmve grave doubts that the rascaN vvill W ltmi.r.i.v has recovered fiou. his neany 01 elll me custohave been caused by service in the vvar,JK,.t their deserts. The penitentiallong illness and is himself again as the dians of the fund a check for .f.i0,lxxi, although he is physically sound and able wmm to lllV(. been devise, for negioes columns of the Louisville Trutn testify. explaining that it was his sou's share of ,jtt. folk.. to attend to any kind of biisinesx. On an,j J)0or Theie is no more ui entile wiiter on the the foitune which he iiitemhsl .0 divide Jj flfrtf l''i('u- - l ways roiKouahlu and (,od : the other hand, (Sen. Woli'onl, who did pros than .Mr. Kidgel whose bubbling among his children. Tiik l'aducah Staiulanl in view of the humor shows iu everv thing he wii.es. count, y, gets a iiiueh moie for his The following diieCiis small sum, notwithstanding he was teiri- - facttliat the admission of new States is T. . t of the First National Hank of NEWS CONDENSED. hlv wounded and still siid'eis from its now the Older of the. lay, recalls the proHoreing, It. M. Jackson, (Seoig. effects. No wonder is it that President ject of making a State out of Jackson's -- The total taxable piopeity iu bmis (Jiveits, Josejih Sampson, J. V. Klliotl, Cleveland lecommOiidcda moie just and purchase in Kentucky, Tennessee and mid Jeflerson county is 4!n,1:,.,.),0,.' C. V. Anderson, W. A. Ptigh, J. V.Ciaft) Mississippi, to be known ns the State of ille 8 stem of pensions. miifoi .Jaint'ts M. NeUon has been nppoiut- and J. W. Alcoin. The directors elei ted i....i..r... .....I ...... illin (Ml IIY rrTZ in.in. Pulaski at Norwood, Vincent ISoreiug ucideut of the hoat.l ' A.s exchange s.iys that (Sen. llamson tjut as j't ed postmaster troI1J, f(. it ,r, ,,r i Vts and 1! M. Jackson is said to have told a newspaper coi res- - js n.ily democratie'it is not likely to, county. nt ci... MWi.,i. .... 'j' iii.t. liriili'i! ... Ni- . 1111 iii ...i. .ikiui ""'" ... ...1 pon.lent tliat lie nun 1101 yei ..eicri.iuie.. M.L.ome ,, UlW ()0Ilt hats not tho, ,)U,n ,j0ftM,iriUK .i..d,. Andrew I'erguson, an old coloied' upon a single member ol his cabinet. It kl1(1 (l( stat0s ,1t. u.J(U,ij cms aie aft-- r , man of this city, has donated to the' last weeK. lor uim, now even .....1:..,, has becntletei milieu James (.. Hl.uiie. .11., nus appue.i Piesbvterv of Louisville piopeitv vi OA i.... it!,.!.... I.ll !. bis SccH'tarv of .State 20?T GJT- l- m.-r-- -- '"" JW ' .mirtit...'1-.-wSt'w.-H tJ.''!S!fflhss . -- '' 1. '.ir.y i- y'TfS'KW with nil large owneis of for a Job-ithe Maine Central loconio- - tied at l(),INKl. It was his nil and lue niiisie, and he will have t.. maich to the l very grateful been accumulated through 11. lifetime of tive w oiks. Illaine isgo- - the piecioiisgems, we le.-w hethei he likes it or not. U'nlk.'i- III. line, son of James (.., toil, ,.i..,,..!ui..,. .;..,. 1... I.........;.,.. :..... " ......... . lie is "0 ears of age and (he gift - ........nki....u..a' that tho reiiublicau S mite Ii .s iil'U'.mI I.i . ...ri.i.........'............. n s a icdiictiou of the t.uill on peails fiom fell lion, a cab aim inoke 111s ..iikie m leaves him dependent upon his higher baud than he did even with '!') to 10 per cent. In the incintiinu the Washington. for the means of siibsisteuie (Sailield's of eternal Courier-Journ, iieceftsitie.s of hie contiiiuo at the old win The llattieldn an- tin-I he Uepaituicnt 01 Tin: Icuf Mute, published nt the Dan- - rate. The republican p.uty is a won. lei-- win fine and ,11 e seeking a tieaty of peace .vgriciiitiu. ville institution, h meatly enlaiged and fu party, but it cannot be accused of he with the MU'o.vs noi.s last venr'cl crop of coin at L',s7, Joseph Pen. e's tobacco house near 7h).XH1 bushels, valued at the faun at improved. The piiie has been increased ttii the paity of the people, ti, 7o cents vear. which is elieap for was Inn ned, with :.ii,(Mi or --"10,000,000 more than! (ieorgetow me papeis 111 J,ouisville pounds of tobacco; los .f.,000. Mteh a blight little paper. Much of the SS7( w nggiegatf is JN.ilsii 000 icsi- - biishels, valued at -and aie united on the Mine ii,ttion at las. vviitiiigaiid all of the :),Yi), Tnniniany Hull, the coiinti -t- hat the teaching of (Senium must ho A. Jones, in Men ci, 01HI moie than the vea, hefoie. wink aie done by the pupils. press The deuce of Mrs. Julia eliminated from the uiiiiculum of the ()i,ts ,.,0M UilH 7or;7!T,000 buslu Is and wasdcstio.ved by the; lo.--s J.'.oOO. Tiik prohibitionists scoied a victory public schools. The issue is forced hy the Icrsfhan in iss? The caniage factory of II. W. Mavis, W(ti, in New llnmpshiie, the constitutional report of the school bo.11 I that it'is Cincinnati, has lesume.l by emplo.viiigj Syrup of Figs adopting by a vote of 100 to 000 in debt. A goo Fnglish education igno.ing the Kuigh.s of1 prohibiting the ought to satisfy ih e average common loutside.sand mi amendment i:il, is .saiuroi own iruo iiiii.uvo. i. 0 mo ..i,,,.. iiianufaetuie and sale of all intoxicating school pupil; STUCK ON "The Illinois legislature lias passed most easily taken, and tho most ctloctivo Illinois, "except cider, mile the iuai- - remedy known to Cleanso tho System A Siwn: tiensiiieristov ele.U'dne.t bill making - centn per and for a wonder the, when Hilious or Costive; to dlspol Tin: wife of Pen Hairison, of Indian- August, though so farnocaiididatesliave ilium railroad fni 0 aoliea, Colds, nnd Fovers; to Cure Habit- imposition to it. apolis, has seemed a divorce from him. been announced. For v.u ions ami suu-di- i"""1 ...ml., no . . t t r.il i ii! Kaijjr.is la,-- , usi liiuigemon, x.ius, kw. Tho lepubllcans of tho leasiins, we aie authorized to state Don't stand aghast, dear readoi. It is Manufactured only by tho California Fig that is spoken ol that "llomiiit"(.ii(d rfavb thiunail;)Iick islatuie, and thev coii.s.itute nonil the 'not Cnl. will Jiptjagajptf idjiiiuaan en.lois. entiio budy, hiive lonomiiiated I'. .. Syrup Company, Sun Francinco, iiuoie Jtrrplntf, Short Jfttmt, 7ffrrt)f, ,fff hut anothur fellow in the sniue city Tate It. Penny, Stanford. For sale by A. incut. rrruvjif- ttii 11 .0 MfMf MM I It riimUftt I Senator Plumb for his third teiiu, bearing the same name. r-. - . ,,....,. i in- - STAITFOKD, KEETTTJCirs-- . - - bc-tei- vii " ... - in ;,. o.i-.u- - - ( -- 'or, gOODS. . nt, ft. ........ i. i -- uiui-viiie Currants, Citron, RaiainQf Figs, ConoGatra- 1 ; xj Coooanut, Colatmo, Corn Staroh., ,,,.,., Ch.ooolate, Extracts, 1 lf Oatmeal, Cracked 1... , . .T.l.-l.V.F- , I 11 I I Hominy, Canned Goods Generally. . 'J , -- ,.. "" I 1 -- . I ' " I 11 , s '" ....... i 1 - 4 - 1 - .,,. -- j , - , lifst-(jla.r- i well-electe- d j London-Vincen- Walton. N 111 -- 1 - 1 , . t. . - 111 60FFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. wA 11 . -- -, ' 11 ....... , H -- V - . t.su-tion- ' - 1 11 11 -- '' ' type-settin- g !.( ! I I WALL PAPER and FXJUITITUIIE. ALWAYS j 11 COMPLETE HAND. Head-...,i- y - 1 . . uoii-iipauo- BRYANT& STRATTON Business College - U LOUBSVILLE,KY. Semi-Week- . i H vmii.ton Ht;el plows at W. II. Jlig- Tin: llufl'ulo Spring Cemetery Co., ImH ' bought of Mr. Wesley Bout, Jila house gins. Foil bust goods at low prices go to T. and lot on reiiii'tefv'iilU'fof.fJjndb. " it. Walton. ... or Northern Clover Seed . i iJ. Htaj.fow, Ky., .Jam'uiy 15, 188!) .Sm i vi figures on goods in tpiuntlty at Tut: itowliilul people were ho much at So.oO per bushel nt Metcalf A Ton-- ; impressed with Pascal Porter', the boy ter'B. IU-- --- i Metcalf Foster's. . .- U- preacher, thut thev kept him with them , i" K. c. WALTON, uiW. tvtanuRor llyiKetwen "iIb place, TIE oUii!llu .tTnib Orchaid Turn- - ancntiiowick. miu inin nil., i.iiiyiiiK niv J). re j. pike company mis ueciaieu a uivuicnti ' ft n tsuf" Is Receiving His the escaping of steam from the ,)rLW us well an passengers, has been Published EvorrTtieertity wnd Friday of oO cents on the Hlmri. ' of his engine, Kngineor Kiiynor continued. V& " ' Ihtttr. : MrHoiiKitTs have just receiv- - jinlialcil Mime ami Ih now suileiing severe V .' t . Blow ye the coolest breezes, through 'J PICK YJCA.lt, IN AOVANOK cd P5 dozen men's tlncshoesin kangaroo My the elicits of it. . the loaves ami the treePH, sing, oh! Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial ....urn nnd enlf:. limclilne mill n ow ...r, in ..... k,..., . m w w noi o kuu 4,4. . jr. .. c.,,. .... rt : -- ' nuiiviiHK siiil' ye neavcuiy muses, wmie tinteli Ji.NiM woolen over ami Undershirts, from dropsy of the bowels, gave birth to your boots ami shoezes on my big nin- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. caps, overshoes, sandals and all winter twins Friday. They were both boys and chine. T. J. Hatcher. At 1 m n rrlurnln. good lit reilllceu prices. Severance it both died in a churl time. rain lciVHoWliitiil Tut: Stanford Holler Mill Co. elected .'Oil. Hon IUiinktt. liriikemiiii. full from a its old board of directors, with the ox- Iiaviii Tatku, the Quaker preacher, 1)0X ,.,,,. m.nr i.lvliiKHton Saturday and ception of .Mebsrs. II. H. Withers and T. L. & N. LOCAL'TIMFCARO. at ,wlll lectuni at Rowland scarred his head up considerably. Oth-- ! J. Foster, whose vacancies were tilled by Mill turn itumg North His subject will be. 'tin: irre Messrs. .1. S. Hocker and .1. he eKUiped unhurt. South .. Hayden. 5TP I ilMM tram " South prcssiblo conflict." Nuith Tut: stockholders here in the People's Tin. l'icsbyterian church was ci outlet! I ill rrlgM North.uw..M..vlKj:jH. I i ureatly in need of money and Sttlliilnl' iiftiirtlrwill tn litmr Piiuful IVirlnr National Hank of Funis, Texas., are ,.0ip m Soukh The ltlf r trtn lo Larry 4cntr. would be pleased if my customers, those the boy jireacher. His diucourse was rejoicing over the receipt of the fourth We Have Openod a new Stock of mi t.indtd limr. Solar I h abott It knowing themselves inilchted to tnc considered a very line one. dividend of 0 per cent. neii about u minute fjlT would call nnd settle their old accounts, MtJi a capital of 5100,000, it earned il),T111L i.TT"", IxpUrailwrtl.iasco1umiwwUlbBf.iniiil l407.,0, the last six months. M. F. Klkin. MEANS BUSINESS. mi HUM'iiiPi'iiii-iicuituiiiiiiig wu'iirr-riTiik young people enjoyed an old Wauiikx and jewelry npaind and Tiik Stanford Itoller MilN, 'Pt- ti()l) of lhl. horso and buv recentlyhto-- ! aiT:uited. A. It. IVnny. N.I oils tells us, put in a steamer fanliloiieU bed ijuiltiiu; nt Mis. Fannie ,.,,,. ,Mph t,H. u.,, fr0lll .!, .tntl. Tiik best place to buy drug", patent ueoUiortni. puipo-- - ..I stcam.i.K ''l', I'nday night. The young 1. r.ulici ncs and toilet attides is at A. It. wueni ami mcrcny inaKing tne swin reward of .vrf) he oilers an additional one I""H , dies did tne sewing wmie tne gentle- 0(io-IVnny'H. men tlueHiled needles, lilted on thini- - Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everyr ... ,,..- -. iMMikH. Ink, ialilelc. tougher and causing it to come oil' more HcV Vour Tiik First National Hank elected its ,)1(;rtan(1 Ul0 Iike Tjh h a wmMu and schiwl supplies of all evcnly.Mr. I'ottsiieNerletsanyiiTiprve. pcm-ilpaper, thing is new, oiu iioani oi uircciors wiin tne exceji-- ,n0V(. in j,oeiutv. nient teiipcfils atteiitJon. kinds from A. It. IVnny. F-Mr. Vincent Iloreing, who re- tion of Yutit account i teady and I need tb' II ivixo IwiigbLof Mr. 'A. T. Nutiiiel signed on Tin: Kentucky National Hank of Ixm-- i I mean you. Don't think this of his connection ...rim-)Ai inti tn'ed for Mtme one elv. A. It. loyUlitilVeo' .bliKiiu'bri nnil added eon-- , wit, tj,0 i,.m. nt London. Mr. V. Held isville, of which Dr. J. II. Owsley and .1. AA Vf JK '. Vt if sideHllljFlit amviio'w preared t S. Grimes aie directors, is nretinrinf tni Hl tilt the vucjincy. ftirnislrtirai'cliw turiioutuoii. the bhoit-- i increase its capital stock from Sooo.oooto Anl every thing has been selected with great care, the senior-mem-PERSONAL POINTS. ,. I : ".-- . , will always be found at I'niMi to a misunderstanding, the , nmnoo liiiifcliifrli tl. est notice. . tn n,.. M uy.K Colored Hop Club and George Hutcher, Htnte Tho bank Jocfl very ,I('1X,. hwU uer 3 S1X vears experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with Mi ilM )(l 0,lUllllw, r ny rtiliIi Wlt 3".fP ' win. It will be my aim to manager of Odd Fellows' Hall failed discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and aH well as day. L.M now, lins S.',000.(JOO or more in de-n posits and $150,000 surplus. mm iiinu-n- i l trimf HlInliL'o iiml -I iihk n Mlinm nf tlm roiiMMU mi .. .... .iUiArHMf Ui i.vuuvu, ........-...."- . those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially riday. patrwimue of .all. Will akt board horses holding their New Year's ball theie they CisTKIlXs Feein to be in bad lurk in the reiitt-i- l AViiltuuVOocra House. m ii IVviitK k. of JucLsoll. iivHt- - i... ti... .1.... ... . I linve Mu. J. ...i. i desired. ' ' mi -- 'bt end of town. A few days ago a lit ig a friend here. H.1 '' v ' I nil following fromthcSni, HiegCal., , Tub lijlle Imy, Harrv llaker, who was Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, tof, Ml ,nto Ur 1ei(,,8 and WMdrou.ncd Mk Finnklu of (ianard, is filing mieresi ine giM.iie.nau s ...... otcolxtUi thu wutcr llll(l to bo pumix ,d f ! months 4Konliilc " here: ( Mis. K. G. Wuller. It. Cloyd was the joy- - oil' and it was ordered to be yle.Js viH lio.wilh hi sister uws trvltnr .to. scare friend" Ml.w I'uui k'lM MD.. of , done. Just .. . f. ,...,.-- . J....-,me mum l"'-'- ' , it was cyininenced a little neuro .fell away a tramp, wbohfiinrfed togentito mi rccip.cm oi ing Mn. II. t. .!... i.l. :....! .. ..1 ,, j,, uni, ,. , , a eo.-ubaroly thp (1 wl foowi MissCVmu:riKMiH. of. PjmvjIFe, is t'ie bouse in the aliRjIci.of Mr. taker, fill Klllllf pound daughter. Both mother and to the long and happy home. Saturday who lives neat .Itiixtioii City, ai account A uMting Miw Lt'a Lackey, tla.ighter are repo.le.l tlo.m: well. IliK,lt ,,0 is of? which we gae at the time of its KQt ,ito t)(J NltiM. K Hhowv, of ItrookviutVvV-j,,,,Is thought to be In .a ilniigeion r.orroit tells uTtTmt' the pavement "' r(wtt',l ' elevator top clean from ...itiliirMrs. (ieoiee Itwill. '.".l A has n lunimMnnu a oimlition. He lu Iseitgrailtuilly gitiw-- ! in front of tho College is ir.akim: bow- - umeisieni. mis reminds us to impure Miss Ai.u i: II 'iU.,v ",!'"' siJ"' l,,,"'i,,,'"t andjhedo.- - legged, l'K law ""! if.iNint visit t tnib Otvluinl J J gills and that hu- - ,f llu' lttyr U uo 1,llV l THAT f5 tjrijicjiin,ig' alHnjjyd t ""Wt that if we have the marshal 'O1!"! iniiiiilv IuiiimiiiIs that it be lepniu-tlItw-- t: Misr. ltuii.iiiliuirrutuhfalfroin Healed, and wound, whi.h has not yet UittwiflHlIivtiit LiiitiuUri Cunft tin' cit vcotimiUnfe'ivo it.i ortldis be oideie-- l to enfifuTTit. The depreda-- ; . bones. These IOX,fe' """XT '"ine are lsthruitntMlwith found it hit of lmtter.-.! Mn I! W,iivk. The uy"1' '" is it nWiluti'lv, .without iwvivr-' I r, tliy took out, hut t!i4l.y,:,hgK U.ii- or to repair was made many months simply unbearable and if the to'-.- docs ' Uljflp 1 iibolilnunud i" 'p'lte i. ortlei H.W wn riPntqti'ir- - slitutimi is broken down fiom itieli suf-.tjMafc. ..I1.VV.h.iw-o- not protect us we shall have to try the i rti. "S'feting as he has hail to b.ar, will not t shot gun protection. Gates and repr. senting Vilkln Hno sii:isd.-Willia- m This fences avail nothing when the jie Mn. Mnk HninN and wife bnc likely itiover from the claiming I'asuaa liis homo; was caught animals start on a foraging tour. u N i sil i .w, as the tliebare " I. M. Urine's. taken rooms at Mr. s fmiu the gun his hMcr held in Iier stealing a couple of hous fiom a negro Mic'JoTixCOlUiiUaXwCtlTowG ilihand, mid the little Imiv washoldlrg itp liing near Hiistonville Friday night V KV I) KIITISF.M KXTS. lor in the Somem-- linking Co. a wimjow for her to slioot but. It is and was jailed here Saturday by Police W'nW is Ufltlngtat Mr. another instance w heie the tramp nni- - Judge (ieoige Ityan. This is a prettj Silas, Sandidge's, uear Milledi!vjlle. grave cha'rgo mid Mr. Wilkins will likely MiK. . K HiMu.m-- of Itoyle.'wns in saiue luU done M.ri.ifis damage nnil again i is, - go up foi a yeiir'or so. I;. piovjn that .a coat of tar and leathnil on a kisil to relaliwe last uf be applied to the Worthless insht, DimiuUt 10th, in t lie HntlilM.N, of I'SiattnTin: editor, although snllciiug eonid-- , .)fOn Siiniav Ky , HI.ACK tllJKSI'. abouttown lw RoWKN Su.nfotJ. itU ' Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchunwinds. - llelle lliitehlMiu. ga. it isltliiK Mi"erable pain, might Ik said to be in rlo? i&VrK rlip!TnJ",i,a"ir2 maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness Mn .Inns- II vwhi- - nnd family, of iJiif--j ! Ivil uikin la pry litay,u little one Id til i.v the lliiht we look at tho newspapoi vcre' Ila lisnl jW vi.ntvr;,od,iiniiiyi He.miH rlianftfrVi fnllv lnaiirorl "ivl.i Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the LkECV, cwmparaliely lliV..". '...TTl u.a.hil.f hr.l,.,... ,) ' aie heieeil roille to Piii"illi' to lo , business we can ve as plaiulv as the them oiuig girl", one in, . .ti. r...i-- - . .u- - c..:. eye. .imv ' i.l i::... (icw, win. mill iiiii.ik1 tut 3iuti nvtui recovery of ' H.ibyloniitus at the Feiit of Itelsha.xai retriveil live waiters and baskets con- - rcwiril of Jjo, Hill (he $tj for Sthe HLII), C the horr, I. uguj jnj thief J A lirokendeg is not Mi. .Ikxmi. Who. of lliit.tniillf, WiWiu. handwriting on the wall ilia laining delirm-itaStnnford, Ky 07 .is the ."ie-- t of her ismsin, it is our duty, as solemn as any other so bad after all, especially when a peison j obligation, ItetJ. to gie that, news which we has been remembeici! so freipieutly and ug John C. t Ititilc will iiiteie-- t our leadei-- . Tliis, substantially as has the editor. Cii mu ik Co. Lewis, Louisville, was with llT,"parenis M, know, we (MvaHnuidly fall short Oirhard, has .ItiK Mi:iix, of Crab We consider sales, biisues-Sunday. of doing. PBD-P,- , bought the inteiest of Mr. F. YV. Uillon, On tho 15th January, 1889, J. WWIOWMSIKK'' clm'nges mill tin like as matter both Mn. ill ell niv entire stork oi (1 ki lor the biiufit busi- in the saw mill l.itMed Satunlax to theii home at St. Jo- enieitaiiiing to our readers and help- - his former paitner of tlioni to Hhnm I utnitidtbtiKl Ms key. will be ness for lV"" '""' ,v"' eontinue the (iluced in the li.mds ol I It. Waltuu, who will cc ph. Mo. ful to the persons inakinj: the rhauga tht ojjs business alone. Wt received by our thatrreditor. are sold and dl.trihuird lieOvei-I am compelled mv .,. j. ,. deem such tunic to do this because Mas. Pun NUH..N, 01 Louisville, is vis-- , ,,mil wire the information that I haw no trade Thotc I U from In thi Uwn ,'inghtr Mieni. Mr. ami Mr. Hutl'l M,. f titlleient imsirtance for publi- - undergroundwould like to be postmaster bo) nothiii,; friun me I In.buy vr) moriilyiti(.'l5 Mr. Pillion mr, a. it i. the first lime I hmc been behind ,inic eldtnir. tsdion we print it wiihout iouultiug I lime at (YabOtchanl. There lire already r unit.i nilhurmdI out. h.ill be j1j paid my debt n.lid ,. that uvve dollt w.lnt to Mn. I.C. F. hiu, of Juncllou City, (IUIVhhiVi i,lti Silill. nt but .ill my good shall muki n rev;ulur Ol- Ii applicants and the prospectsare t hat t')w .uixioiis for such items, dear read-A.tsup iiiidiiv to see his d.iuuWr, Mrs. o to tho.c , the winner will have a hard light. j i' HAKKls Mark Hardin. ur. tlo not think for an instant that we! ol the C. S. IL It., nl, dependent on such news. We have W. It. llrn iiiso.n, .s has already been mentioned in with beadipiaileis"' Njii. .net, is visit ,MVnns to print, uiueh moie than we your pajK-- I have had to give up the mg fiis mother. &c Intvt sjwice for, and ue fietpieiitly leave jugular pastonite on account of yiiiiiiiiKJ 0IIt ,,tt,.r ttiui n loiilil to the mass W. M. IIkw.s, of Ituwley, have accepted a position as traveling McKINNl V, KY. Teiiitory, atten.hsl the burial of liifatlt woij(j lj(. ,,,, ,,.a,iHi,.(. hin, of ,..,, espondent for the liiiou Central er. Mr. John lie wen. obliging oui town and countvmeii by Life Insurance Co., of Cincinnati. Thi: I'or Dru'. Medicine, the f.imoiu Svrup ot I igi aad t (jet vour prescriptions promptly and corol Williams-lung- , inserting that which concerns them, Mu. .1.1.. Wiiiitiikvii, hope, is only temporary, as desiie as rcctly rultil .it all hours, and to )it your Staple an old and valued friend ami sub- - Ami we ask, fis a favor to its, should the soon as possible to assume the pastorate Crocerits, fine lL':irs, Toilet Articles, Kr., eo to Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture r JAW II.I.IAMS l.ovd R Co , McKimuy. ribcr. whs here yesteiday. publication ol such business changes for w h cb I have eiidcavoieil to lit my will attend to our dru.; 'department; aUonttind to My prices will be as low as such goods the want, ot the sick, nijjht or da), in town or and Undertaker's Goods. r a Mn. T. N. HoiiKins, of Danville, will, the iipprohatlou of the self and to make my life work. 1!. II. country fi t0 30 can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conof corres either the "tradei or tradco" that we be while a member ol our coips M.ihonv. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. .Hjiidents, was heie Friday. informed of the fact, and we shall take LOUIS SOHLEGEL, Mn. LtriKX Lvm.kv icturiied from for At- the matter under cousidciation. Mn. J. It. F.Mtm.s leaves Columbia, Mo.. Sunday with his two --' of mules lanta to disK)M' of a thoroughbreds, Wood Moss mid .w days ago as Mr. James H. Lynn year-olA Ii longing to liimmdf and Mi. Adam KICIIMONI) KY inkiiiL.fi vvnlk over Ii!k fnriii for the It.illvnieiia. w liich he iiuichascd theie iviis Pence. -, Picture in i'hotoRraphnii.illstleaiuiMie.. months ago. They are line lookof seeing how his stock was Mas. Mm i LiM.KMH i mi, of Gin raid, puipo.se ' Cravon ami VVatir Cnlors. New de- .... 1.,,.... .Mi. ijisic.v will iiink-i- ' ' India (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) getting along nnd was no in deep iers and ,. ,,.. v MW Mnl e Ai iiiiih. ol Panviue, anil . n ' IK' il:h" in iinibi hiij i f ! ivliim hu I111111.1.11M1I tn I1.11L' 1111 till- ttli'iMM ()f tlUMll W UlltH'IlMUl'h. ta.:i!..' llinntOit. KAVOltlTK LINK I1KTWI V TIIK NOR I'll AND SOU I'll 11 irsiiii Miss Josie Moote, )ui "r"! to lind that large goat of the "Hilly" will take them, witli tlie ivm 01 tin elatives here. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. .... .,. ... . . ... nun ....1 .1...... :.. 10 1. ran inn O1NT.1101 kii M J. DrmiAM arrived Igenilor was iniiklng for lilm as fast iw ins firing, IN as 1 HOURS. Induing as soon .is the weather permits. Sundav fiom Washington to attend the feet could carry him. With but a inothis noun- foreuani'i huulirs, tUliernieii nnd Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. hedside of his eldest brother. .lames, who men! to study what lo tlo, for the goat D. it, Cviii'kmkii, agent for the Ktua a. ill.. lit. h.r. 1.. III ..ti .1 ...I.... ..... IV Iriki. VH U..I J....Il u .(....,.. , 'Jli.s very ill at his home in Ilovle county. was most upon him, Mr. Lynn decided Life Insurance (o., ol llartloril, V.OIIU., Iflllll. II". nil audi ill ho prmeciiti'd to the illi mistlwi, .i THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. some .,0 .vinim' , mr, o. ..mse o, lllo Mneu: cit cMelil ot tne ItKV.lh:s Hn.vfalrit ycMe.ilay Im.v,.,l a draft ..for the iusuntne. .1 j k- 'v i r k tjo.v asj s . til) I). HOI'I'KK, ... MM. I.. T. ,,,.,,,.,. he g.a to from h.m and thereby outwit the madtieoigia and Florida 'whs-rM. IIAL'CHMAN, J..l. McKOIIlilt IS.JK. J.HS. IIKl'CK amy, wim seemeo intent on kdlll MrXMM'KK, wind up .Ills, aH'airs and ct a transit r iieneu ."i,70:,...,il. This is one ol the S. II SHANKS. S II. IIAUf.H.MAN, hose win know,""'!0 CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. fi.m his former Preabyteiv tolhuTraiih damaging his master in MKS IIKNRX IIAl'OIIMAN, A M ICI.ANI) most leliaiile "" ''' '', ''l,n 'ri' vu'" 'iwme of the fact that existence. Noliisiiiiuice vomp.inics T.I I'KNC'i: ylvauia. i& Company has cheaper .. j. .... iiik' tilOt....i.... 1. ivcuil tin..' In mixsc.!1 tntil'i I'ni linliiiire- t linn run. HlfwXX) UP. -J4I0AD33OW"2r. mi" .Vin.llOII.al'. . . 'Ly"'" 1'V or pays b tter dividends than the TKATNS"tfORT"li: it v - r Tit.'ATSfS'sot'Tif nlng ipiallty and of course he was over- rates thinking of taking intovviiSatiirdaJisu4roi teto", FJorida ti .F.tna. No. 6. No. 4. No. 8 No. I No. Si No 7. iso. taken befoie he reached the haven beL'hlil thev hen its Jjfi!'tiie STATIONS. llainei mnkiv Daily. N. 1 surance should investigate the plans of '.,. be'flMo: .1 to see .' Daily IJaily HaHy i)."iyIJaily IKa, Sun, I).lily; , their fore him. Seeing Hint battle was iiiiuii- the .F.tn.i as they are exceedingly lib- Trntine. who will i" 6 4J p in 10 J a in- 600 p in .inciRHUtl ... A'rv o 40 a 8 17am 403pm Siojini 7 55 111,1. e nent the geiitlem.in shed his co.it mid t lie l'oilili.lll lliiu.t ti re rnoni base peiii'd p in ...j t jo a "dear John.' I.'ve 5. 11 a in .......U'illl.llintDvn 9 51 a m' 5 47 1"" 9 33 P ln Iu,. itnl bv - I I'ou er latch nil ll , in i Alter a ilesnnnile urui. Ceergtlou H.. iliaml 41J it' p in' losya in 70J pin 10 37 pin lus,1MoY.,njM YlTitV Milferi'd anothci went in for blood. .I.evinjioiL, ...... 3 4J a in 5 P "V 7 isj a juj 40 nj pm'io i( a nil...M.. 7 IV tnt ti tun Tin: piesident oi the Cuinbeiland Val- ' minutes or moie Mr. Lvnn It was at light for to p mij94o7i t' 7 to am I.v. I.ou.. I.nn S K k'. Ar' 6 jiTTi m seven' heiuorriTalleJlSuiplay 44011m 8 in I.v .8o a in 3 ,jo pjii! t ja m ... " decided that he stood onlv a chime.. lev Land Co., Judge Vincent lloienig, Brand New and 8 ...... jjjini ii8a m 10 joa m Ar. llnrgiii ' first thought she would not survive it, 'I.V o 317pm J 4J m U P i" J ,V pin 84 pin tl of a 17 a Ilurni.... .Arr a 50 a of coming out .second best or pcihup.s not called a meeting of his diieetory here 1 3S a m D.uulllt:,.. but we aie glad to state that she is .. 1,pi ft, 10 p m U50in 850 pin iiioam IIH of- - coining out at all, he began to call for as Satnrduy lo obtain instructions with ix- .j iiiitiion iuy. ij a 9 J.t a in 5 'i in1 II on ap m pin 9iopniitwaiiiii4i.ini. writing, it p nt better at this p oj in a. .. J 05 a tn ii.ipm' no soitierimi .. j in llcing considerable distance g.ffd to the sale ol tlie popiar iiiuoci in o ,!'J pin 7 jj Oalitaltt .. .. Mn. .lotix .s. Ihi.uus it'.ch to Louis - jsistance, jo p ill j Ij a in 4 uv a l.h 0 in pin U a .. 815.1111 0 40pni.r'v (.'hattannugn ml pill lirivi cges, for wliicli tlicic Is now gteai bis bouse and the wind nlnw-iiit to be present at the marriage lioni ji ville Ar'v 3 II I' 7 .. 9 in am 7 00 l.". L'luiltnioota. demand, on the many tliousiiuisoi acres 47 a 13 P ' ... toup in u 49 p m Ar'v AlMlin... of Mr. A. J. CrJuford, his pailner in like shcol in the opposite direction, he 11 j, pin 300 pni .. 'x (Tl'1" I J I' '" I.'vt. Ilirminhain owned by tho company in Bell lloth lie.uy and Tain will mde.iwir tn uhe I'nsi nlniHui.,, ., oijpin I joan to Miss Kathleen yelled and fought alternately some ten of laud business tit Somerset, idoop in .Minilmn I 5 uo Ar' and Harlan counties. Ihivlnir the utii5iiii ilouiim Ar'v.Ntw Diljmn- ..p ) JJ p staples, a beautiful young lidy of that minutes longer, when his sou heaid him joa in .VUndian.. 9 tiw and rushed to tho scene. By this time most confidence in his business .sagacity, The Lowest Living Prices ! to a tn !. 1 city, to uioriow. 6 iip III Ar I. Jaeksulli 000 goat was getting a little worsted and it was decided that he should do as it III I. v. uk.hlirK 4t'Pn' ...i.sf Mn. J.P. S.v.viunut has veiy kindly the t, will us wil vl .Irietly fur CASH, lu oa in mil most advautai.'cous to tho colli- 40 pill 1, H'. ui'iirui: ....... git.,, till with his mastor's loiiiforeement.s he was am netlur prapureu iIimii any nlore la bianloril iiiiisi'iitoil lo surve us at Laiiijui-tu- r tivpin ArV .shrcetiiirtllamv.t. , ,.;.ki l( A.IUUI . ll,..- .In.. I,. 10. .in. m gie.lt IVeuident .m.,, ..w a Jmr. nf lino .Mr mi n v soon unocKcii out ol t no ring. lulve Mr. Wo idcock's icturn mill wuglvo his JUni Ikotolotr lUiffkt filMiHti Cirfconall trslus. pnoplo f staiifnrd ami 1.11MIVIM lisiuls, twirwuiim o l"iit"t, Lynn was moio scared lllllll llllll. 11ml minni"" to the puiiduisiiof these. bliWAIIliS, Owfl I'M. .VfM At Tossy tho nrnttii4l lyMf deiliMC willH istrll jnil.N'atlAUl.T, (JwirI.MmK, llr-- l let!"!' herov-itl- i. ,r,a 4 Cuiid... without saying that he has Jj, ., ...BIV liialit his day of and it goes U, CAItMCUM.. guixu.N, nu. wi. Suni."f"oewuiun to Jie iiukuowicdged that ho lii MAHK V. vv'ill 'liinw ihi Mr. ' M, Un HiuWtni. Wt ilmiOttl'lllutlltflrertoeltun. SifH. tlnWMtl, fttii' O.nrr.1 doom was upun him. 1 ft? ai" ash sined of his siiliellluts. ly Interior Journal CITY AND VICINITY. r . m tz IRf j Homk-ohow- n ; fc ....... J j ' MERCHANT TAlkQR FALL AND i MlT'ff'V.IHlV- rv' "' " '- v . J J? ' 1 ' dia-boil- 1 . '- WINTER GOODS.1 hand-scwcd- .Hiip,uiiii.ii-nMiiii.i)Mui- i. 1 --- 1 t I . ; . ,.iw NEW STORE! i . : semi-annu- i p ' Dry Goods, Notibns, 4Bp6;ts Shoes, Hats,'&c, ' . f 1 . i aci-ouu- t ' OF OLD GOODS ItI lttMM.r.8-mvltll-iri..u- . ., U . ( h.t k.i. j - - 1 UKriH-iiivi- - j- ' , I '" ''t J, l'n , - -- I H i-- . "" " ,... SEVERANCE & SON. i hap-pinin- , - u , f T'T nH-pdioi- twisttsl-anklis- PLEASE OBSERVE I . -- , - -- n M'ROBERTSSTAGG CLOCKS, .' - tlifrvltt-wIiniT-- . , X: A FUIL.1L ASSBTMISKLir i - . t "" WATCHES, ( , STOIiElT! JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. v - ers-h- ou j - ! i ..v.. : r . I ' . Mi-I'M- 'ii' rvpn-eiill- NOTICE MEW FUMITUKE STORE I ... .t.Mi-iMii- !., j s MAfiix iKOTFMAK, I - , i o, 1 I I M -- 1 - . , I oi ' r ' HLOYID C CO., t. 1 - j 1 1 ' . I mt i to-da- y car-loa- d 1 j d PHOTOGRAPHER, QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. I 1 . 1 ii.. 1 a i 11 1 .... - - ,,,.'' ., I I - ,,, 1 vm-iia- u,, POSTED. kL -. I ! I ,,.., - e ,,. 1 no iw 1 1 ' i ! Pel-son- s TO I THE PtTBLIO. .11 Well-Selecte- d I ! - , f j .1 111 A ,11 -- - ID ."Ml 111 11 1. 4 1 . . . 11 111 7 . . .1 . lv 1 111 11 111 111 1 1 - I . .1 111 111 1 1 ' 11 to-da- y GROCERIES 1 I I (1 111 paii I 111 11 11 .1 7 4 111 111 111 1 111 . 1 3 - I . 111 111 I U 111 . 4 . (1 I r . Oi III II . . x 11 . V ( 1, I 1 I -- 111 , f V ,f, '" lM" 1 ')ki. Ul t- . l'li - Aanf J'!XC3iKRi i i t Semi-Week- ly V5 Interior JouM if , t, iF' jMnt. JnyUetild, wife of tlio ntanyj fiHlL. Y. IaooK writes that we dhl WTii.it oxcellentlyedited ' papr. the $ , Oivt'nHboron(uireiVlinS n jvcll tiling n!llioiui!rt iliii Suuduyr .1 gw Ltfliov. Robertson was not permit- - hr 1 otiirtsuieof the Sth, and iefern us tq" arWfiUgainnt the candidacy of jffhoinaS j &$ A negro drank half a gallon af w his appeals, for that olllce or for any other , rDiRCTQ-Q-IS&o Stanford, Ky , January f ' live to the war among the races there. I person who protlted by the election of ky at Louisville Sunday and then laid Wo admit that we have no great love that miserable specimen of humanity, oxer and died. : 1 his is n daily Johh for an institution conducted on the Tom Henry, who farmed the ofllce out DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, W. P. WALTON. plan that Heica is. but we would do it' and whoso disgraceful acts before and Datcher, of Toledo, fatally shot his wife FANCY ARTICLES, &C. no injustice intentionally so we gie. since he was honored with it has done and then killed himself Sunday. puii. Tin: periodical interview with "lien." space to the most of the president's let- - more to injure than many Senator Shelby .M. I'ulltiui, who was, p -ii &ii ' "I"- -Uradley by hiBlufteuant, Col. Woodford ter, which is as follows "Thcte was no 'other things combined. We fully agree born in Wayne county, Ky., has 1(tH,n ' Dunlup, appears under the head of a 'rebellion,' nor any thought of one. A with Messrs. Ford and Oiveiis and think icnoininated for the lT. S. Senate in II- urn iiiij. in a 1f ' Millersburrg dispatch. It few white young men, hv mistake, Mr. Poore should receive the cold shoul - linois, which is equivalent to a "general" as very brainy man, with tlimi"lit llwv liml to origin- - tier of every one w ho knows the fads of tion. OF WATCHES, " ; The total coinage of 1'nited States' THE LARCEST STOCK .lark brown eve, which look directly in-- izL !s,,).irn,'0 wllHo lItoIef ami ,iinii,,nl m Mints during the calendar year lass was CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. yours while talking, Inflow the niedi-- fo, ,fc in Umt tlilvctioni few coloied Virginia repiibli A DKi.n.ATio.N of .'MS.tlH, divided as follows: Hold, yACT brouchuoil.nmarV.t uni night nud with well developed in htudenls hought to defeat the dibit by I'rieci lower than gestive organs. He is giving the usual sitting at the same table. The coloied cans, renegades, most of them, repncnt - ,:j:H,:tS0,SOS; nilver, mltior iheleweM. wtche, tlotkml Jcuclrjiu. ' nd urrnid. paired on hoii;noiK credit lor nearly rovolutionmng Ken- lim ultA 'nrtf ll... it'ifwt r If' ultw lit. lilt ing the 10 Congressional districts of the jlMLVJOO. t I lie United Mates Saturday to ship untie, tucky and is described as the big Uoliah still. The war outside was',, . which went to Havti to look after the generally. Of course he thinks he thinks urmU. Nn Voices or other wcanons UW wie Claims o, u.e.r i...it:. ,.'-. foru nosition in thecao net. ine 1'ivsi- - interests of will go n publican lnl$)l ttfnik iiunri - " i that Kentucky lAiiii iiiui..i riiiint m nil nrnm t licanl them attent.ve y, bujork last week bringing a cargo of yel- and .that when the South is educated of tl.eirexi.tence. --Nooath wamered;; iTomlnca, contenting h.n.self ,0-frohi'flie: fdud provided 'by the national there were threats and might'haYe been "'ul ci.nltai.o.1. ' ' so of the government under the provisions Of the BusineaB of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in blowshndnot a professor accidentally with saying he w.vs glad they felt - W uurntU and with it several pei.le. J selection of a cabiMnir bill, there will be general hegirn to appealed. o siiboidinate teacher' inui much interest in his Mahone is notlnng if ....t ., n wai, The proprietor, Win. Hrynnt, was susthe republican ranks, as education alone anvthngto do w th it. Instead of 'a of lunulas tho iiuemli.ir.N and he is, is necessary to this most devoutly wish- temnonrv truce' there is nuiet 'Mill he is a p.vtty fair reprentntlw umler arres . ed consummation. That education nathe leading Southe, n republicans, and if " tl ", and about ;,0 niules and "h, vi Mr. Harris, like, that kind of a man, , turally makes a man i repdblitiui It) Jiut ! CartH, Carta, .i .. " i. . .i... 1.1...1 ui.' u uiun imiim: wrrt! u urn I'll iirur Lk;niiHif) u .iiii backed by the facts.. Here in Kentucky my life in schools know of none more we rauier iniiiK ne is me kiiui nay. inn property, valued at 510,000, that party is largely, we might say al- easily governed than this, of which I he would like. belonged to Mr. T. O. Crosier. most entirely, composed of ignorant ne- nave oeen president aimosi - year. -P- hilip liiillin killed his son-iTlIK .state piess is placing usunderob law,, groes and fully as ignoiaut whites and liiratious that we will never be able to ic- - Ur. Myer, at Stephensport, Wk. bv ,....!. Air,.M.mi,i: but for these, whose prejudices men wli'it-IlarUCKS, WnROll HarilCKK, KcapcrN, MowtTh, !y. loulii we lio to be as old as Me -- auso he believed him guiltv of the.nui like the "general'' impose upon, he liiin- - inv.t.'Wif33iiSriiaScii.itc, i nuuri h uy u..i ". ...o unW,, nmrw uwiui had RaiCCK self would be ashamed of the corporal's B'nndsU democrats to W republicans tnuwinii ami put in Drills, ol ' tuU e,"t10"goonln" Pl"-'- r COlllil inx'ii muuimni iy miinui;. gulud il'at would scrr'otuii Ihim; 'Tlle'l retiming undrgunlzed and' the vf niggle "'!' .mihh iiuuitui uir rviniwiiiooiiin uunuwafiuwa, uutuvakura, XiUyiuea, iniesiuiig; luucuines, uiover iiiingsinai nave "general" is much given to talking . with seems no nearer the end than at the not contain all tne . . . . .1 !..!.. .... ....II. Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horso Power3, Hay, me repuoncans are vsuiiiy en- - been said nlwiit us and teiieditionseoiildjei ii railroad,, from the line of the Ten- , his mouth, but lie is a moiihirous clever siaru nicr m. im.e ,,...ge, v,a., was .el Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, - .I..V1H-- I, .lv on,.. ,,,1W deavoriii" to wrnnch from the democnits not begin to express me gr.iuiuuo we, . toward the dear fe lows whose S.iturday, roiirteeu miles near Knox- like him not a little and wish him a fatJtiH-SjriiiMl ol uhntiarc rrt(yll rkrtnl linm the SinmUid MAnnff loiirof iho CMintry. run oil with their npofair old ViTnadufitlTe, hearts seem tn have all, brethren, and re-- , ville Ahavu been completed. i on trial office and smooth sailing for the next breach of promise iasi ri.ank you ..i fn,,r v..,, A, i,..r,.V tn j , ..... war. The results weie as disaimoint-- , ........ l...b !... u... w vmi. 'Vn v ""-'' iilninlifl imi nl.'iii'a vrinra 1t ill .liiV'iMitllil '! II Mti.irnlli tltn ......... i. " " and your trusty istenant, you make a ingas the act was repieheiiMDle and the llMlllllsllH' tr CUlirCCS tilt' llefo Hlallt W til I nmv Chilli ennn nmvoil nt (lomrii'rrllii' nu Immiiinni " gowl pair and one the average seeker af' marry her while his wife was living. The her outraged mother. The republicans ter pie will do well to draw to. Jaju Makk1 ,s bu.k ,u lia ,,, post iri wlitHi.(HHK)daiiiait..M. ' uiinicuieynaveiiai ma, oui u oll tu, Mt. Vernon SiKnnl, imparting to The Now Yoik world ha mado ar- Tiik ro'publicani.wiirrievof ogrueito it, s.'cure it, it will only be b the most di- ,. ., ,, i.: , ,., i.. i wim "" e. noniigfx mmii- ." , but the plan of electing postmasters and yvAluuwvVi'fcfcil uggleinvolv es the . ... .... i i i. iiw .1 in in.lH in nlxint ns mtieli work .: ... i " .Tf .i" . ""Il' l'"'l-'- l" 1IIOIII11S . C11UVOIIS, Hill) othe r oUieers directly connecteti witn liorw ofli govtrilflr, the'seleetion , ,. 1H11,,P.. j ,. s i etwitnwnt ' .. nu ,",, V "!"" " . niwmw nuBh bm- - 1'nitedM.tes Senator, and, incidentally,,""' the people hhs'hiany reasons to .,!1.,n....rl x" "' ' """ """""" ,n..i..l it .......... :.. rtf... tW..H.-.- i I of a ""K'-l- "' factory, corrcspoiulent-" ol Ol MllllH'V llllil Ivllllll TaMlll. , ........ in n.l.litinn tr " tlinsn .nv.-- l.v l..., furniture A lustful hritti! outraged nlady near , the Iuisvillel lines below. It .district. ,i k.,...l .l.iiv .. , wtit.y HiiinillL'liilIn nud llii'li Llldwl In.i- .sUvlhi. VUl? x i r.itn,u wvm.tii , n always secure the most popular and ac.. . .. i...if .1 .1 , ,il, THE Capital empliatically tleni.'s tlie newspapers, aim peruaps a n.ui .!... hecauso he .iiIUhI for help, men to those nioit inteicsted ceptable by eiieniies that trouble other things that we do not now recall, moodhouiidsnif on his track and slum and insure the political parly prcdomi rumor started 1 1 RR1 1 IK'nra 'n tne 'llst ,l'cn,uoni Agister ii f U , ltV r J g T , Jm rcla- - m wwwkir Z?fr j. i I ; J"E"V7"BI SIR. v&2ttlti?&ZzzL i yyrjTKX m: viH 9 occiii-rentc- ,,l j WM$ j -'" p- , ' J I -' , 1 ef-t- o 1 v. I -- i of'' deiit-eki-- ?:KI,0-,V'ii- !"n . , GEO. D. WEAREN, Mangr' Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons Road Speeding , I I Sk 1 & ITU Z U i ti. - Buggies, , i -- --- - . .. l n ...iv-,.,- j - j i , --- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farci Wagons, Log Wagons, UtlV (jraiii IIV Corn Planters, . ... - i I ..ee I . -- w . - , ...... ". a -' "I, . i I I - -- .. " -- y,.y..ir... U ..;.. "",."u..r "' . . "K'"i .i .,.... l : T. R. WALTON "",,; - belong to it. The plan has been tried at a niinihf.T'of phftx's during thU last 'fpur yearTud wbTkd well'Tl s.ns: The 1'nited States has o",:i7 postoffices, and all nostiiKMers. should be tW Wpl'oV Ihe ' vicinage?' This would give the I'.esident In01t; statesmanship, and time to reouire es! of lio Mine lor pomus, i - ill's.. w won iIhiv.. mn.n s, ......, "ru 'itik' imr te ...... - 'tts cGMh . tt K -. ,, Im- -' ess ;n I ,,..i I.. t.i WII ..III lV HI.IMI' .11 I.:... II tlllllll. llllll If of each and Marata aiprolation in all. o('h, employes caused lii.u to res.gn the,1 Cow- The jurrin'thlTafcimf-Irr- ne ; otlice of public printer. In his aledic- .imiii, "l" " "",l- - .lolm'W Ijinelev returnsthanks ,.,.... he tilllv, .. Coi.. . K. .l'oi.K Joiivmix toiy. the doctor States that... ... . amaues for al eired defamation of r n . . ... iTiiikiiiii mu ' iiiii. ii niiurii the ' decided to retire Iroin public life and ditl . u,u'' I'm-ui- t ,. , lal. for the unanimous expresMons of l'" ,m',,r'" "'" . .. .. ,,ut tUM ,u"wl lu wt KlMra,wl "0," i.i.'Ciii lail.m to ag.v.- - au.l oll,t. llt '" L.i.: ii.i fnr.i,i.v i.Unn.M.ini.1 were discharged thwr h. ,u' f'l'" ''J'.1 ,,,om,Ift,, f o t to I lHn Jr and has now jo.,. r How hug 1' ",w lwlr ' -f'""")' fears that he is ,,lt adds that he ' t;tl lI, oble army of homy in.ided.grau. "j WelliiiKlou County, Ontario, have liee,, f,0w tl.i-- - have killed by falling tre. in the same piece m' lj,Sl,I,0f ''.h000 ei?i V'.1 nst. ol 4?llM1" ? I . ,u wont . ,. , ., . united in making hint nut to be.' t,,m ', ,r ,. ....fa-.- . ... ., in ..iiv-h. . ., nil) hiuiiii Hint; iiioiiiiih. wv.viii,,, "w ,, ii fr. . '"'... ; H MAIN & SOMERSET STREET STAITFORD, B:BITT"CCK:Y,. ed.errf A tin i. v, ,.,,' , - ...... masters, district attorneys, I nited ..tatvs, ma.shals and eollectois of internal rev, nue by the people direct would be the verv best civil service leform ever in-t- TUB ' ' vu ' LWWilfc Com.uvrcU' ,loes not ' k rtJIJ tO.our ,.o,ni..ation of Judge and w J. Durham for ovnior, because it than th. 'bo dx Un"' T ,,.,, ,.TU7 tile wr isl 'J'J j back Ko. i Its object is to create a sentiment uj 1 ;oui 1 inonlen.mn i ; A nnan in ,vr u , ,, ,8 an ' , another geueraUon. It thinks Keutuckj-- it would Mfein, a meeki r man ti in- Ml.OOJ.flOO o one than Job and a ..,.,, ,;.. , n moiv patient mH.nxl .liro:.ri.Il.e: uhle m as u e w ue, nn. ,.. . .... ,., of state alhiirs. one who more pious man than llro. Haines. u. crest ace-u- m - tin. iiiiiiv IM. oeen si iiii. iiuiuin.iiij iiiiki ill! women ami ;n t.,.0linV4,. ,v Ids suggestions ami in- - i,n ii" Vst, .. i ... ii ,i. !. miuun. .... ,.,... ... competent wiiuess.i'F m... uu. !; i. ..t,i hpir.. , v i,is nr,.s..m.,. .fu,w )llr, .in, I'c ton; we me not a j ...ii:..i....i... - - i....i..tii..'i: imrr. v.l ill line viiiiui I..MI I'M nil- i ,n.V (;t l)W as yomX), ns lt. Us0,i t0 be, 1... tw.i.lil ..niillinillllsl. Hicliar.1 (iary, of llopkinsville, was lllllk I'hll.l.M. .!.... IIV Vounira's the Commercial's favor- ,lor.,s hiin-eand get oil' some of the rough told by his father that he must settle ite, but he is as far from being an old fo ,..!...,. ofliiit...- t'..,.lini'li('li:tsfoi tbt'Solltll. down and go to woik, to which he re-- , ' gy as the next one, and dioulil he eutei . i..iliniNltoaccei.t the plied that he would die lirst. lie put a! the race he would uiak it lively for anv invitation of the l.ouisrille Commeieial bullet through his biaiu and lticbnrd is of the contestants, Club to its bauiiiet. It is well, Murat himself again iu the prospi'cl of a long of the i eM. Tiik prohibition otgan, the Voice, is sliould not be allowed this The loss of life by tbccyclonc which going to prosceuto Quay, Dudley and Ohio'iier. swept over Mititheiu Pennsylvania hist Claikson, of the republican committee, JoiinS. Wim:, who hates Mahone like week ih not so gieat its icnrted, though for conspiring with u thief to secure foi his Satanic majesty doi s holy water, '.,() or more pornoiis wcie killed at Ifead-them the paper's mail list and thtTn pay- - droiiped down to Indianapolis the othei ing ami lout 1'ittsbiug. The loxs ing linn for its tleliverv to tliem. It isa n spider iu the dumpling piopeity theie and elscwheie was Minp Tut: Columbia Spectator says a peti-- ( prt.tty ,i undeitaking o try to lam day anil iut the '11 degeni'iate Virginians had piepar y lenible. tion is oeiiig cimiiaicii iishnoi these rascals wliere tliey Delong- - in a lhe father of i illiaiu 1. boss and wived befoie to increase (ien. Fiank Wolford's pen-- ' punitontiaiy, and w bile all honest people ed for the little Jr.. who recently lobbed the .'dv IbmiMJii. nion to SoO. We beliee lien. IVyisget-- , M ii w:Hi, tfu. paper success thev vet : , xeiiauge giatuity fund Yoik I'lmiucf iroin hi tingiluO n mouth for deafness alleged to i,!iV. Kr.v tlouhts thut the rascals will I'.ks Iii.i:i. has recovei-eneai lv SiW.um sent the custohave been caused by service in tlie war, jr,.t ti,,. (It.st.rts. The penitentiaiy long illness inui is himself again as the f the fund a cheek for ?."SMkh), although he is physically sound ami able sueMls to have been devi-e- tl for negioe's columns of the Louisville Trutn teMify. (,x ,,,, iug tliat it was his sou's share of to attend to any kind of business (Jn un,i ))0or white folks, Tlieie Is no more viisaiue wnieruii im- the fortune which In intended to divide tin. oilier hand. lien. Wolfoitl. who did ore.ss than Mr. Knlgcly wlioso iMiDDiing among his children. Tin: I'aducab Stanilard in view of the ini')U,rh,OWH iu eerj thing lie writes, much moie for lus country, gets a The following weieeletted diiectois Mtnull sum. notwitlisiaiKiing lie was tein- mai vne iciiiiissiou in new .laies is . .........-- . of the First National U.iuk of Loudon: now the order of the day, recalls the NtWbUUNUtri&tu. hly wounded and still sull'eis from its Vincent Horeing, It. M. Jackson, (ieorge . t . No wonder is it that President jeet of making a State out of Jackson's .1.1.. III AIIU. it.i KiIHI IltXUMIl Miuiii-il- l i"uir liivens, Joseph Sampson, J. V. Klliott, ..'in , "Cleveland lecommended a mon just and puichase in Kentucky, Tennessee and ,.mintv is V.Mi:',o.(JC. C. V. Anderson, W. A. I'ugh, J. V.l'mft AllLulCltttll tr Im L'lWLtrtl fit. Hua v "' uniform system of pensions. "v '", titjt rf -J- ames M. NeLon lias neen appoint-- . and J. W. Alcoin. The diiectors elected I,,,, I be seutimeiit was pretty . ""'. Jackson. ... . Piiinwi-i- i ,,,i ' Mwlin,,sU'r .1ri "i Vincent Homing piesidunt of the boanl An exchange wys that Oen. Harrison htron for it loor L')yt,us ago, but as it it. i i,...bM..., , ... .....I. i... .... f.irr".i ..;n ..r..;.i....i I1II.I ill is said to mivu torn a iienhiNipur cones- - js h0i,Iy deuioer.itic it is not likely ,.. county. i.i... vjiiiiv" niv..iiki..n liriihri- ill lit. ..it ii ..r,.!o ..,.. ..lit tl.'lt 111. 111(1 IIIII -VII lll'IlTllllllI.! ,1oecotue a .1. . soon, .ill .1 not .1 I'llI ..f ilie v " .... Mate mats """"""" tie an old coloied Andrew ...nn .i single iiitmiHi of lis cabinet. It i; m i of ."jtates the lepub rleans aie after agara hills blew .iull during a . man of this city, has donated to the last week. has been detei mined for him, However. .....i :..,, ...... in li. luaiiie. Jr., has applied 'icHlivterv of .oillhVl e liloliertv v. i.aiii.l,l...i.mhirviifstiiti. . ...it. . . ,,. ..... ...... llltli M11I1V nilif I v common with all large owneis of for ajob'in the .Maim ueiurai ioloohi- - Hed at sIO.Inmi. It was his all ami has and he will have ti uiaicli to the music, - tlie precious gems, we feel very grateful five woiks. been accumulated thnnigh a.lifelime of whether he likes it or not. Maine is gothat the republican n.ile h .s agreed to Walker Maine, win of James i., toil. II- is 70 ears of age and the gift in" to run the incoming administration, and bmke his ankle at i,.,lVes him dependent ujMin his txtt- even with a hiher baud than he did a lediictiou of tlie taiill' on peails fiom fell fiom a cab to 10 per cent. In the meantime the Washington. lions for tlie means of subsistence (iarlield's, I necessities of life continue at the old war1 llatllelds aie tired of uti'rniil fi. ,' The . jlt. DepMitment of Agrieiiltuii n Tin: Deaf .Mute, published at the Dan- - n,tt.. The republican p.uty is a wonder-- win fine ami aie seeking a treaty ol peace ville Institution, i uiently enlaiged and fu party, but it cannot be aeciiwd of be with the MiCoys. oits last cat's, flop of coin at 1,'is", -- Joseph rente's tobacco house nearj 7K),iMM bushels, valued at the faun at impioved. The pi ice has been increased inii tbL- paity of the people, 17 7," lO.OOO.IHHI more than .."( or to 7'i cents a vear, which is cheap fori (ieorgetown was huined, with ::,( Au tho Kuglisli papeis iu Louisville pounds uf tobacco; loss .t.",tKKl. 1SS7. such a bright little paper. Much of the The w heat aggiegate is II l.iisit imio united on the Mine question at last g ami writing and all of the ?:!l,(Hp, Taiinnaiiy Hall, the coiiutiy ici-- j M,H.s, valueil at that the teaching of Herman must be press woik are done by the pupils. The of Mrs. Julia A. Jones, in Meicer, ntMl moie than the year before. deuce eliminated from the ctnrieiihtni of the wasdci.tioycil by Hie; loss n.its. ciop was 707T7'57,OOi) bushels and is forced by the Tiik piohibitloiiists scoied a victoiy public schools. The The carriage factory of II. W. iMvis, nilt, sr,,( Mfd.lXtO less than ill ISS7 iu 'ew llainpshiie, the constitutional rL.port of the school boa id that it'isVu.-- l Cincinnati, has lesumed by eiuploing Syrup of Figs convention adopting by a vote of KM to 000 in debt. A goo I eiltication ,nilsI(lt.rM una noting the Knights of Ml, an amendment prohibiting the ougiii in .s.uimv nn- itvonige common Labor. la Naturo'i own truo laxative It is the -manufacture and sale of all intoxicating school pupil. Tlie Illinois legislating has pasnetl ai most itsiiy tuKen, huh ine nioai ouecuvo "except eider." Illinois, lti mmwii iu v.-nA .Sr.n: tiejisiirer is lojie elected next bill making - cent, per nine me hium-- j Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head mum raihoad fare and for a wonder tin when of Indian- August, though so fariiocandidateshave 'Tin: wife of Hen Harrison, aches, Colds, and Fovers; to Cure Habit-im- l fiom him. been announced. I'or various and sun-di- loads made no opposition to it. apolis, has seemed a divon-Constipation, IndigeUion, Piles, etc. the Kaunas i.e; Tho lepublicaiisof leasons, we aie authorized to state Don't stand aghast, doar reader. It is J'Hoiiefet"'Ct-hfi- l and thev constitute neail the Manufactured only by the California Fig Hivultliitinaik'KDick Mat tins that is spoken of that not . Syrup Company, Sun Francisco, Cal. 'hotly, have renominated but another fellow iu the sumo city Tate will .'U'U;Wi!'i iji'i""! cikIoim.-meu- entiio u. renny, Maiuoni. Kor wile oy Senator I'liunh for his tliim leim. homing the same nainc. have already begun to ma-,- .. for their perpetuation of pow- ture plans t;r. Micriuau takes tne leati uy jiieseni-- 1 ing a bill in the Senate, providing for the election of Republican Congressmen which is to be done through State Can-massing hoaitN, to be appointed by lien. IlairLson, when president, and to Judges and Hegistniis' of Klec-tiowho will hold their office for six years, or two veins into the next ad ministration. The days of returning boards ami laV.a 1'inkstoii are passed we hope, and we have confidence that, the people will not submit to their 1 te-tur- ,5'i rads Tun ' ' j... ...,., iih.-iiic prohibition, SEASON ABLE---gOODS.- - , ! . "" - lf "'" '! ,.,,., - Currants, Citron, Raisins, Tigs, Concentrated Coooanut, Gelatin, Corn Staron, Chocolate, Extracts, &o. Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Maccaroni, Cheese, Dried Heef, Canned Goods General I v. ;. i ' to''' i ...; oi'i' ( iriiuliT.-- . Iititchci' lilnck -- Inii'. Vppi'i'. !ll' ( 'iivcnni' niul ""'' ' Sweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, Honej', &c. - . S5mriinai nlwnys, niul . iiu-- i T. K. pro-elfcc- ts. Walton. . i .... 111 nu-.i- " . 4 I a v i I . f- BOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. i -- ' v t II.' H M - SS -- ") i c"oiiritr-.Irtiriii- il 1 - , rf 1 type-settin- '- -' ' ' Km-lis- h "WAliL PAPER and FTTH1TITTJIIE. COMPLETE STUCK ALWAYS ON HAND. - roiuL-uj- r u .n... y I BRYANT& STRATTQN Business College YMiAzvi!?.!."" Jhr toliilvjuv t. j .. "wi' Tr (i.kckkOkiii. full m!!'ir mtiiGtwu t e t.tMiis v ritabBta.9 iv rk i 4- - cfed Hmii.to.v atocl plows ut W. II. JUg- Tin: Iluflalo Spring Cemetery Co., hns bought ol .Mr. esloy Kout, iiia house Kins. Foil best goods at low prices go to T. AUXo VL.'o X& U ami lot on ( It. Walton. , or Northern Clover fieed i A ,....".. w-- t- i&to b'TApOHl). KV.. J AM' UtY If) . Si', i i, llgurcs on goods in quantity at Tin: Itowlahd people were ho iui)(h atSo.oO per bushel at Metcalf it Fos- iinpresscd with Pascal Porter, the boy ter's. Mctiiilf A Foster's. nreueher. lliul thev ketit liim with llii-TiiKhtmro nlviiiir between thin nlaee V k. c. waU'Con, huh. ManuRor Tin: Danville k Cinb Orchaid Turn an entile wiek ' .....I 11..... .til I.... llll'ji. p. t... nnu jimili., l.uiviun il... li re r7. r.J- pike Cotiipany hasdeelaied a dividend . . . ' t '" Bv tlu escaping ol steam trom the tm.ss us Is Receiving His as nasseiiuers. has bcendis V) cents on the share, nntl Friday of rubllBhoU nvory-Toeurtikboiler of his engine, Kugiuenr Itnyiior eontlnueil. ' llitiTi: tt M( KoiiKiiTs have "iict icceiv- - inhaled some anil Ih now sullenm - severe .. 1 f A v. . lli.ow ye the coolest breezes, through J PJCU YlCAlt.lN AIJVANOIC eil 10 dozen men's llneslioesin kangaroo ly the elicits of it. the leaves and the treees. sini. oh! Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial imdealf; machine ami hand-sewed- . i.cvhrntiiiOmm32fiOHbhiiM" Mils. John Fhkaiiev, who !. ,.,.... ,.. - " sing ye heavenly muses, while 1 paiCII i ikkih woolen over and undershirts, from dropsy of the bowels, gave birth to your boots and shoees on my big K.C; LOCAL TIME CARD. overshoes, sandals and all winter (twins Friday. They weieboth boys and chine. T. J. Hatcher. iTiumlnt goods at reduced prices. Severance & both died in a short lime. UuviVUowlnnil At i nt i I rain Tin: Stanford Koller .Mill Co. elected 1 Am, m Hon lUiiNkTi. briikeiiiiin. fell from n its old board of directors, with the i D.moT.tTKM, the Quaker preacher, hox ,..,r ,K.r jjvingHtoii Sat unlay and ception of Messrs. II. H. Withers and T. L. & H. LOCAL'TIMFCARD. will lecture at Itowlaml at 'scaned his head ui) considerablv. Oth- - J. Foster, whose vacancies were tilled bv ,11 310 Multraio Kuing North o'clock. His subject will Imj "Uie lrre - ,.nih.. t.N..11)L..i ,mirt. .Messrs. J. h. Hocker and J. W. Havden. SoiiiIi " .iiipni ......,.' nretwiuiu coninci. " South a f" ' ti i h. ' " Nuith ..jt;m Tin: stockholders here in the People's Tin. I'm sbj terian church was ciowded l ................0 jo in L freight NorthHUtym I of money anl .Suiulay i greatly in need . to hear Pascal Porter, Xational Hank of Knnis, Texas., are The Ulter train lu i airy pai.ensen. woiiiu oe pieaMHi u my eusioiners, those ml(, )()y nreiielier. His discourse was rejoicing over the receipt of the fourth We Have Ooenod a new Stock of calculated en itidaril lim. Sotr bo Ihc semi-annuKnowing themselves intlehteil to me, eonsidered a very tine one. i me n ahmit to minute fate dividend of 0 per cent. would can ami set lie tneir old accounts. itn a cjijutal of f 100,000, it earneil i'.),- . .T M. F. Klkin. l.,07.,fti tiiu ,nfit Hix montllH MEANS BUS1HESS. In, ... .,. ... ,,. nil flllviMlittf.lni.nl eltlltillllilnr t.... ilj.unrin Tin: Stanford Holler Mills, Sunt, W.muiiw and jewelry repaired and Tin: young iieoiile enjoyed an old tion of the horMi and buggy recently sto ,. .... namuited. A. 11. l'eniiy. N. Potts telN us, put in a steamer i""i i.... ... iaH"lonL'u 'lu"ii"g M Besides the State ii'ii iiiii .iiimrn iii'ju I .I.....J ....l.nil f 1. . .1 ... i.K ', rovuinl of c.y, ,lt. olk.,h ;U1 n,,jiti,m, 0I1, unn Friday night. The young t A. ilet a r t,Vh i dies did the sewing while the gentle- ,beaf and thereby making the kln ()f """ r- - 7- gb'r id causing it to come oil' more men tin ended needles, lltted on ttiim- - Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every- wliool biHiU Ink iublets. eM,,ly,6lr.PotLsJ1terletsanylm,rr;,ve.i Tin. First National Hank elected it,bWan(I tl . likt, Tlh ,, a wmibh) thing is new, 'old board of directors with the e.xcep. . Penny. ment hi? attention. h kuulu from A. It. . Horelng, who rj- "n of Mr. Mncent YoiiiiiccouiitlitM'iidyimd I need the' . . !,'' yt H tvi.vo iKiuglit.ol Ir.'A. T. uhneN.Hi,,IUHi Tin: Kentucky National Hank of Lou- - I account of his connection .. n.i.iii.v. I nif.iii von. I'on't think this JLJtmmJ, MA"4 A J JK one else. A. It. I y hlgliveiy JUiBiness and added con-- , xit1k the b.ink at London. M r. JA if. intuu'ed for some item isvme, 01 wnien i;r. j. 11. uwsiey ami .1. . !' nn 1uli7rTlilly,tii to, ju fm inniv now prepar S. Grimes ale is tireiiiirino tn vacjincy. furnish - s ' tunieuta 111,ij tlie short-- ' increase its canitai stock from Sioo.oootn And every thing has been selected with crreat care, the senior.mem- . r PERSONAL POINTS. . " $1,000,000, making it the largest In the .est notice. I will Always be found at ''"!',lra,n'i,''!?. : ,mmar. na,n o i,i iv VOnc ovn0H0nnn Mi-.MAiyiK ltuii.rAn'IILjvlli'iu J " " Cxiui.ue .111 tu uu a witw stable and rigs, an be obtained night Colored Hop Club ami Ueorge Hutcher, HtatL, T)U hank doi. verv ,., bwl , ' mj ...niaT. U:-,? as well as day. It will be my aim to niHiiagur of Odd Fellows' Hall failed to mw. now ,ms ?if000((XX) or lnort. In llc. discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and Lvuilon; was', hue treat all alike and I ask a share of the come to an agreement ami instead of IMMi, H. JUJfK-ti,,oniln ' ' those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially Hvhiy." . patrotiauc of all. Will also board horses holding their New Year's ball tbeie they itl-it-ni- g Cistth.ns seem to be in bad luck in the ' desired Mu. J. P.viiiu u, ui JacUon, ive rented AVnltonVpern House. by the day or mouth, I. M.Hruce. ' JP"4' !'..'. Western! of touil. A few ilnva mm 11I a friend here. ? A ..i J" "" Tin: following fro'iiiheSnt Tin- - lijlle boy, Harry Itaker, who was i dog fell into Dr. l?iil' nuil u !iui1rriu'niwl Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, Miis. Fismi.u of (Siinard, is jsitlng . . . . uu will interest the gentleman's many 0f , h v'Xiu the hip a fuw month" iigo(while Mm. IL U. Wullur. , , 11. Clojd was the joy-- 1 ,, . friend" here: ,,. ,. .. '.... . Miss F.mi, Kim, mi, d Hoylfi s JMt- - li. with juVsKtcr ua tiyiuif to. scary , recipient of the mwt precious New miUumm n'ttiiv a'tramp, who'hftrirled'tort'ili(6 m rn ,iV-- l H. J.McHolieits. V ingMrs. f ti.tV "' " ,, ""' t'ii' house in Uie rtliMjfitffjf Mr. Itaki-r- . U-ii- i h Rill in-- imsevei receive, ap.ump , H, foUowini. .,.,, .,,,! )arov I'pnwiic. iw. .Mii UliiHik Hoth mother and who lives neat .!un lion Citv. hp account " pound daughter, k ..ILt.t.. Xff..., I iliiii I fii.t'iiv. tr to the long and happy home. Saturday ,ll,,,'1,,,'r ,m' rK)' u',, :Io!n; w night hogs got into the editor's premises v, of llnsik iflVJpJ'-- . -, of ""' M us? K llM.. " "f ' S" ' I wJliK.UthoiiVhtti.H.n.a iLilirOiii tlu' pav'eueiA MM. I -- ,.... ...1 ,1... ..I......... l'l' vienii iroiii tM A lit- - luw i.cengiaiuaiiy grow 1 his reminds us to Miss- Ai.ui: II s Las retunieiMiiim a oiiniitinn. imjuire in front of the College is nuikini: bow- - tbeeistein. law '"' plisiNint visit I" Crab Oivhiird 7 J Z"1' ' l1"' '"' ''''i'1 ""Hhe'loc uirls and that liu- - "f Uu' J,u'or i! wc llllV,J '" leutsnil. twihted-Hi.kler$ THAT .Mfs Kvu HuiiAiiihiibivtuhi'2jfnm Il!ivjiiin'ng alanjd J.ibTd "J")1!" maiiitv demauds that it be lepaiied tosuugest that if we have the niarshal . . i... ,.i.i. .....i irt ...ifiiir ; s- k Vet fit' a In I, .uul s r I 1 V ' 11 r 4 .1.. .....!.. wound, which lias not ei... l i r w.ejl.v .1. ll.L- I I J ' a I ' I ' Can't the citv eouiu il onfereo its OtVlniK "v "v. J ;r,Il,MJ, or is it aWlutely, .without , V f T"UX " !"1 "f;,",",m:,, S,'m: Mi.. 11. V,Iivh. tetf.iWj8iVilli The t.onsof the loung, hungry swine lW tlu-took out, lMith.'1i.u:vliva4U.n- - on,.,-tand if the to'-.bl.jisoiilngniid.s.putein rv,lr s nm'lc nimiv months simply unbearableshall have to trv docs ' H v v ( oL.N..11.Vi.-v.-k- not protect us we wmhrrdbatur- - slilutloii is br..ki 11 down from such stif- - (,0 ' jStiMfek the ha-hfemig as he to bear, will not w"lmiTs- -. .'.. reiir. anting -- William Hoc Wilkin, trom the oH'nitiui. This Mit. Muik lltimiN and wife hne likely his lumie; was caught animals claiming CneVas W lU'couliarly s.id i.ise, as the - I. M. Hiiuo's. stai ton a imaging tour. taken rooms at Mr. cf..gjp' di- - was from the gun his held in Ju.r stealing a uuple of hous fnun a negro MiZJoTrOluiu?W.RaTclToscJui living near Hustonville Friday night hamt, and the little Ihiv wa"qoIdIrg lip I)KIITISKMKNTS. VKW ... t..r in the Somerset Ruiking Co. lt js and was jailed heieSatunlay by Police M.- - Aiv.tViii Mr. a window for her to shwt out t , ..... 1,1.. , i:il...l......ill,. ntinllier Stmhiilre ulieie the Iriimii niii Judge deorge Ityan. I his is a prettv 1 u. uu-i! ;.f ; Mr. w,iki. ".;..;: m .i..w .u.M8e ..nd ..,! ; Krt I for ' . If h piov.jithat ,.i A of tar and feath. l,.wn on a isil to relatnvs last wu-kOn SunJa) msht, tin rmltr tUh, ill should be nppliiHl to the Worthless Tin: editor, although sulleiiug consid-- , ofSthtiforil, Ky ,a BLACK IIUKSP. (lit town MIL.uKvt HnuilM.N, uf Chultn-'eiHaving secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch- bom isU HiitchiM.n.jseouudM'ls. is xittitliiK Mi" lH'' enible nitiji, might Ik' Kiid to be in clo? JSrmihff Ka'.'nipSJ.'n-'i- V maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness Mk J.uis 11 shhis and fninily, of Cm-- j goo'l.manyx)f lilt til. winch it terv hey. ii little one ided. tie anA distjatch. fullv insured. SnectaclGs and Eve Glasses to js ,u, iult at tlm ltewpapel vr.' ' Ho had 22 snit thn r to to lo Mj,.M Ul. ,.,, kt.t, s plainly as the them oung girN, one day lnt week and new,hit. heillluc .1rlcth liningbuevv, cumparatuelv ...r.l.aie here en route to Piii-il- U wuli f!ciilet th Stole eye. ill rtwAril Itibvlonhins at the Feast of Itelslianu reiTieiL live waiters and baskets con- thehiirM-- v( $jo, I anj unc $$ fur Sthe recover) uf !'. , C HI II), thief J lugj Mi- - .Irvmi. IImii, of llutimviille, saw the handwriting on the wall ilia taining delinicita. A lirokendeg is not Stanford, Ky 97 WMsthe tf'iet uf iier etuisill, Mis l'esie it is our duty, as solemn as any other so bad after all, especially when a peion i Iteid. obligation, to give thai news which we has been remembered so frequently ami Julin C. think will inteiest our icadeis. This, substantially as has the editor. CiiAUiir. Co, ivpre-entiiiL4wl.Itils11le, was wltJi jlTvparoiits we know, we oeniMonaliy lull short .Iiik , ' has, Mi:ii.n, of Crab . . h 1 Wi Siufflaj. , . , of doing.. usider sales, business 15th 1889, bought the interest of Mr. F. W. Hilton, On Iit,irMiiM .1. WWMiii'iiWn-turne- d changes uiul thit like as matter both his former paitner in the saw mill busi- - I ill rll ni entire Stock of (, h.U for the htnefit Saturdaj to theii home at St. uf tliont uhnm I umiiidehtpd M le; will hi cutci mining to our reader mid helpwill continue the pluccd intithe li.tnds ot I It Valtou,ho will vec Mo. making the ehaug nes., for .l',(Rii and ful to the pep-ni-i that the ixi are old and dUtrihuli'd tictHciiij We received by our m rti'ditor" I am compelled to do thiv is vis. es and hence il we deem such trade or business alone. Mas. Pint. Nun.N, ot underground wiie the information that I hai no trade liiuic I buy from in this toun iilug her Micnts, Mr. ami Mrs. Hull s.de of snilicient imputance foi publi-- I bit) n.ithnu fr.iin me Ihik liter) niorillyinjito Mr. Dillion would like to be postmaster mr, a it i tht first time I hnc been behind tdnir IHelilenir. cation we print it wiihout toiiMilting I luie I at Cnib Orchaitl. There ii'ie already .' anda allhuriuilI out. li.ill be al.i)i paid my debts' paid don't wjnl to that one .Mu. II. C. F.kiii, of .liinction City, anybody. Hut, while we aie at all (I mai.cn regular ihmimi mvnt, but all my Kood liall wnsupSiinda to ee hi- - d.utiilitei, Mrs. I'tinies aiiNioiih toi such items, dear lead- - or applicants iiand the prospcetsaie that Aototltotc I line . .. i i .. i . oj J I iiakkis Murk Hardin. that wei ine winner win ii:ii- mini iim. or. do not think for an of the C. . It. H., ' IMl, dependent on such news. W. It. Ilni uifts, We havej has already been nientioned in is vMt- - oceans to print, much moie than we ' wltli headquaiteis-'- t join paper I have had to give up the hnve space for, and we fieipiently leave1 u'gular p.istoiate on account of ltf fds mothei. of Itawlev, Wyoming j W. M. Hkw-i- , niatter which no doubt lo the muss 1 have accepted a position as traveling McKINNI V, KV. of hihfath- - WOuld be moie readable, lor the sake of eoiiesnondent for the Liiion Centml Teiritory, attended or, Mr. John Hew en. obliging out town and couiitymen by Life lustir.iuceCo., of This For l)ni);!, Mediclnet, the famous Srup ol i cor- Mu. .1.1.. Wuirnn:i, ol Williams . promptly aim instating that which cnuceius them. 1 hone, .i only temporary, as desiie as nau tn miNoiir . ... ,,.,our st.mie , anJ ... - - - i "J fine t iKam, roiUt Articles Keen to ami valued friend ami sub And w e ask, ns a finor to us, should the soon as possible to assume the pastorate burg, an old Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture II.l.lA 11S l.otl Co . McKlnnLV. Llr I A . riner. was nere jchieiiiny. nub cation of Mich bus ness chaiiL-e- s fur w b eb I have em eavoiei to tit mv will attiiul to ourilru'dipartment; aUn nttind to and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods the want ol the nek, nllit or da), in r ajflli to Im.t,t w,, t,u.lin,mbiU,m of the self and to make my life work. 1!. II. Mit.T. N. HoiiKius.of Damille, 30 countr) can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con-- ' while a liieinberof ourcoips of eorres-- ,.jti,t.r the "tiadei or trathe" that we bo! Mahoiiv. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. lnday. jKjiidents, was heie informed ot the fact, and we shall take LOUIS SOHLEGEL, leturned from Mk. LttiK.s Lm.k for At the matter under ronsidciatioii. Mn. .1. H. Fakius leaves i'Columbia, Mo Sunday with his two of mules lanta to dispose of a thoroughbieds, Wood Mossaud H.w days ago s Mr. .lames K. Lynn year-olhimself and Mi. Adam belonging to mcii.MOxn . icv. H.dlymena, which he purchased theie, was taking a walk oer his farm for the , it -. I'hotographt in all stle ami sue. I'.cturo in They me fine look; vend months ago. Mas. Hki i I.im.km hihi.oi Inn mm, puipo.se of seeing how his stock was ,nui InV.Crajonand Watir Color, New de. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Hsinille, and getting along and was no doubt in deep ers and we hope Mr. latsley will make! ig.i in Frame and Mat it very low prices. MIhm Mnllie Aiiimis. ut he anticipates, lie FAVOIUTK LINK HKIWI hV fltK NOK1II AND SOL fit VI .... I,,..!..- . lir j have Vcn visiting thought, when he happened to look up the raceisof them . . . wwn l IJIiJLirv to liml that a large goat of the "Hilly win iiiko iiieiu, wim me n-- i olatives here. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. j Oivhaid and put them in "ci1tiioi i ku M .1. Hi iijiam arrived gender was making for hlin as fast as his string, to IN 5 i i HOURS. With but a mo- - t mining as soon as the weather permits. Sumlayfiom Wasj.ingtoii to attend thelfccteoiildcairyl.ini. YedHid'e of his eldest biotlier,.laint, who ment to study what to do, for the goat I his notice fore warm limners, fishermen and Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. ,( tXIirrXTKIIf 11(st.iit for tlio oihcrs not tu tri'spass on oar land uiihout is verv ill at his home In .Po le county. was most upon him, Mr. Lynn decided , U hlMUlUUV f t artfoi.l, Conn., to the a all Mich will hv prosecuti-THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. l Signed. f tlu la for, to make to. tho feme, some 50 y.ndsi Ukv.- - Iti:s lln,Mleft SvMi-i.ln(, amft ,. uf w jsHnl1 k- ... rco rvv rr r t Tit; x li.if.iliti i 1) IKII'PKK, l. Iiu.iii Iiiltt filtjl ...v.. .... i.nlieil t,,-li,i- iiiml.t ..,... ... , ... I., ..v. l loriiia 'wneie ne gocM.i ....... ... ti'eoi iioekenituount- - I', s, Itll.u.ii. i s. iu I.HO iirr'.UMAY i s. t.. ' . "' Hilly, who seemed intent on ,.,,,. ,., .i... 'iiViiti Mc i.ish-k- . .,,., ,.,, "' " "i.V."iiKfcK i t uiml mi bis niliiiis mid uet a transftridened . " """ '"I I-i IML' III a. n n t llmtti Tr.W. I..1I llin n ,. , . to theTiniih- - damaging his maMer those who know CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. 0)lll,Mn.es in lus 'Br Jiolii his fpnner x. .wr. i., ."f nwmi iim mei mm , yl5a.lia. ' No Comp.UlV has cheaper ' , " """ U1CA.X) ; , m.r (ivi(f,.M(Is MiuWilvJI? imwk IMsed th.o'lhepos.sesMS.noieo.1,ule..eetha.i nmthan the tkaTns'SOrTh t iv.- -. .... f tki..K x.,in HE-- , .i.inki.i ,: No. 6. No. 8 At. v ............ S fA'PIONS. ' '". surance should inveMig.ite the plans of . Daily. Ne. j. inaW' gl.ut thv lU'itrisiyiiiiie iwrncs Daily Daily Itanist-- 1 Dally Daily. 'M'i-5eeing !hut battle was belrvioiecd to see their foie bun. "'v . , (lu,v Mri. exeeedinglv lib- -' Troupe, wl'io rtim ' p n ' 8 l , ,. iwinun n.,i.. it... .CuieTnnati7. A'rv 040 a in 6 41 p.... i 10 n a nil 600 p in ,,... nent the geutlein.in sited his eo.it audi iiiltll," '?am. i.i n ....... i..t... - .i. h. IllXill JI1, . .....WilllaimlCHii .I.'ve 5 13 a luJm, 4 J; p in ... nrifim' c if inn mt. lilrt II .. 1 .l .... I. J .........I ... l. - .....v.-.v- v l.i. . . " i . (.ooretoHB. 4 10 a in ',,,.,....11 j After a desperate Ultlla 7 14 a m: j 08 JQl mj; pin . . vKiiV Miliercl anotbei went in for blood. MitsiJIjJiJ,M 4 ij p m'7 kaA ml J 40 p in I I .U . Ill j 48 a 7 13 li in II i.j pm'iotj a nil. .....(. ,l,cMni:ioi: I'm: piesldent oi the Cunibeiland Val- M'Veie'lioiuorrfiiSSttiidiiy It was at light for IN! minutes or moie Mr. Lviiu S m t. uu 7 in uni l.v 1. 011., I...11 S K l".v' i yfiini 710 piilJ 40a m 4 40 Well-Selecte- d ley Laud Co., .lodge Vincent lloielnir, Brand New and S j7 pm ii '" ji ajn 10 50 a m Ar. llurcm - " Arr .11 S " J in 3 i PS 30 !i ni .. Ihrl thought she would not survive it, decided that he Mood only a chance d'uectory heie a IHiriii..., 317pm 541am 1J71111 iljipin liS 5.) pin la 16 a m 11 17 .1 m I.Ve - of comiilL' out set olid best or iieihitn not called a meeting of his it pin I. ni v. me L'lnd to state that she is con'. 1 ,V a in III D.iluillc.. I j jo pin iu p in I .pi in ....,.,;,,....,, i at all. i... bewin to ...n for s.iimiliiv to obtain iiistmctioiis with ri- .1 1 o p in .i.i.... 7 1.1 a in J 5J a in . in 9 10 pin l f a m 11 15 a junction v iiy "" . MP. M.le.abiy better at iu.sw.iuug. I ... . ..1 . . I 01. a m lit p m II oj 4 in 1 00 . inHicr,,. ..f .1... j oj a in .,l,.r timber ' inking ii coiisiucr.uiie instance y to Louis- - hisi.ime. goi-OikiUU, ( ij . m o 50 1. in ja j .. in Mil. .InllN .. Hlt.lll 3 jtj a MopmAr'v I'h.iltanm:.! l.'tt 0 ,1'j pin 11) 55 a in m 4 in a in lu p 111 0.1 itn I 15 a ! fioui his house and the wind nlowingl p.ivilcge,, for which thenns now g. eat to be picse.it at the marriage villo Llt.iltiiiooa, Ar'v J4JI'i 7 35 l.',. ...iViwhh 910am 700.1 Ar- . ..,,... '. e,i i, p i " 4 47 a m u pin 9 49 p i.u i.i.ii.',...-- i.. like sheol in the oimosite direction,- he ideinand. mi the many tlioiisimls ol noes , . V ,,...,. in Hell ." III .111. llirminichaHi., 11 j, pin 300)11 II... .1 1 lTl' IS I '" l'vt ... ... I LiiOiMMir to cive i r...... ami ruin j "ill Until Knibleeii vo ei iiiulfoujlil alternatelv some ten oi iumnim-I ..I Sni.it. Is. t. til Mi l'iic alr...... ill l.i.t.... hi pin fa ii in ft u Ml I Ihtvlllt! the ut- . Ai'i .Mrrnlhin . I'x I . m idoup in tj apin 4 I...U. .f l.,.t nihiiites tinu'or. u hell his hOti heiml hint and Ilailail counties. I ve ft jo in II o.i m Ar'v...Nw i)rlnii I' "' 1 JS P "' " ",m,!S ".1,,u"",i...t... L...1 ,....,! .,..!.... - . ... . itv n.ia ,1 most conlldence in his business sagacity, The ! pm 1.1 9 Living ,..u j Ml u m l.'ie.. Miri.liHii,. ,Ali citv. to Itlf.l'I'.lU' 0 lop in ...'.,... 9.1011 I. It decided that he should do as it J,.lua,... Ar Vi. Ll.urf 4 c p ni has veiy kindly tho goat was getting a little worsted and 11 J li ... . in l.'v. .Mit. .1. 1. Sa.niuh"' ...a . iu Qj.a Monroe . v- -. uiul i I will .ell .trinlj for U.bll. 1 ju pin l.'iu.. wa Mieinod most iidviuilageous to tho com. ()h all eoiisi'iiteil tosoive us at l.anciistur till witli his mastur's ieinforceinent.s he UtepniArt .ssrcifpoMiA "". lliu rireil limn any( n.ire in stitiimra it,, 1. .In,, li.it!,,ivi.ii J,ie.ll Hl-- EI 'resident .(.Uawreof llin ,om Mr. puny out of the ring. t (Utiof ilie pvopfa .m.e, iilorH ami l,lm.iil Mr. Wo jdeoek's ictiiinaml wogho his soon knocked Mtlii l!oWr ItufTkl slcepinti C'..r on all tr l In. iiiiii.hiiMi of these lands .winm 11 l least, Lynn was moie scared tltim hint and on. .nil.. in 1.1 10 nidi An I. MiWMtDs Tu say the M.nae., JOIUN O.OAUI.T, . llrvt lett'r herow'ith. u .. ! .. 1. , " iMMiityiiriiiwiHirJy fair 4almg with 1. ' eunnoeuce mn upv inw 'j'rjUI.M AN Ik-i-i n.CAHKOI,I..aiMiW4itSiJilli. no ocinwlnn to J.e aukiiowlodges that lio tjioiiglit his day of ami it goes wiiiioui biii ins MAHK 1IAIIDI.V. Mi. V. Will 'haw HmMI, Vi Haftfth SllH, UilAt, nil... hi. dona wtdl in tliulrsL'ioetion. nanernl I , doom was upon him. . , of Ills siihstltiAtl. Semi-Weekly Interior journal CITY AND VICINITY. rof HoMn-c.imw- i ...... MERCHANTTAIkQB; FALL AND trr iiwrlfi fclUTc X WINTER ?: rn itjt y ' ' GOODS.1 ' ma-cap- s, ' 1 , 111 .. i i. NEW STORE! Vi aftc-rnuo- j .... MJmS, ..... "l' f ." !.' i- , ir.i ... 0-- ... ''''. Dry Goods, Notions, Bpbts Shoes, Hats, &c, eisi tlrst-eliw- v., ltI t. NOT ft PTFr.F. OF OLD GOODS J - dln-etors- a '? . .' Wa " . f l ''T $1 ii..r im-KU1 1 . ' '' ...... ,. ,, ..., 1 Y SEVERANCE & SON. 1 I ' ' ;'.l i- - "' "! ..""U.ar; d ' "IT' . . ivrt "' .i l PLEASE OBSERVE T7iviJJ I, 1 Ov O ri1 Wj;J -- llm ad lei-ove- r s:xisn. 1 M diM-lmry- e si-t- er ";"?.; 1;:;,,, ,. i.. 'nr; .a STOIiEW WATCHES, AND SILVERWARE. v CLOCKS, JEWELRY, -igu, ,.k Mili-b.i- IfS j i L' UOTICE WW FURNITURE STORE I lenCWFMAS On-hard- tho January, MAll POF i j -- 1 in-ta- ut ,s th-bu- rial 0t XjOIJD & CO., 1 Cim-inna- t 1 i .. '"'. T AL ,...' 1 i ' 1 to-da- y -i car-loa- d V d PHOTOGRAPHER, i QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. " ... ia b POSTED. I y gin-nm- .., full-es- .. , MWfe: ll rf ,.' Ji' ;ft:i; ;y: rrri. ". ."'," - .,. iXli-ti- k as s iax ''' ...;........ '''-- Tjiixffil. :... " TO THE PUBLIC, -.I . v. "JlP 111 111 V'. 7M-m.- Ul. it;!t!!' ,JPm pi - 111 111 111 '- ...... .. ....... ;.." im-..f- - 11 1 1 111 111 1 "" '.' 111 to-da- v GHOCEHXES Lowest 111 111 111 111 111 - - 1 w- u IIi-ii- 1 1 ' 1 .- Prices 1 5i' u-i- .!, , ,. . 111 111 ,. 1 '" anil amed . 0i, nr..l I't Tiiiirj Semi-Week- ly 1 .. Interior, Pnnr PA1-0.- f) cllllope," iaid.tho youth, in soft, , uiiiiiiui?, ivuuer luiu-a- us 111; ;.i.(.'u luiiu- lv lii the.faed' of'tlie" beauUfurirlrl tahh Lit Wafde h(in on tlft "criuisoBJi crush-- ; L "1....1. 'itttta22, $VZn T -- line. night and even during the night when coming out (without Is culled an "evening sesthere is what "fy hair wai my wife, either). ac SJabli, ivery, $ted and " Kr-sion" a deceptive term which donates any imUtunro from Vigor, using only I tritnl Ayer's Hair n session which may closo at 10 o'clock one bottle, and I now h:tvo at lino a head of hair a any onu could wish for." or a one in the morning. Washington It. T. Schiulttou, Dlcksou, Tonn. in Philadelphia Telegram. Letter MT. VERNON, KY. " I have usimI A.vor's Hair Vigor In my O Thu fU ml ot family 6'orriiKit.v Tiiuivt. That the South is ganl it for n ntimlxr hair years, and reI llatrl li s lilt malotvi.t preparation as thu host mjf in tin? rc('iuiin. advancing most rapidly and wonderfully know of. It keep, thu scalp clean, the Chrf m.oniMe. pc (iatatttnton tu the trading publi. hair soft and and preiervrs in manufacturing interests is evident, i original color. lively,wife ha- - tisnd it tun My for M.V NKWCOMII, 1'iop. She is fast exceling all other Mrtious of n lone time with iiumt satisfactory reJ t Ml Vttnon.jty, W. H. JACKSON A CO., PRIMS. M. D., this great country in the erection of fac- -' sults.'' Benjamin M. Johnsou, Mo. Thomai Hill, LONDON, K . tones and other industries. The JanuaMy hair was becoming harsh and dry, gives a full list of every (ood turnout) and addle horxt lwa) lor hire ry Tradesman hut ftftr ttsltig half a Isottlit of Ayer's I ondon i the moil on reonble term industry established in Southern Suites Hair Vigor it grow black and glossy, I point on the railroad lu rrch li.t is tl.e The Original Wins. cannot fxiirct- - the juv and crutltiide I the motinUm tecuon of the butc in during 1SSS, from which we quote .CV!Simmo,,, St 1'iop'r fi'cl." MuVl C. Hanly. Deluxuii, III. M l.lcr Medltlnt.K.t'J share: Car works 1; brew eries ; tions?" STANFORD, KY II Zfllln.l'rop'rA.Cl.Klniinont U- cotton and woolen mills 4; electric light "You have uot." "There wuothiiiRbctweeii 1'ercy Yard- - works 8; Hour mills 1"; foundries and BY WtJt drilled tu order and 1'iinijit (iiniiihrd at i:..t. .,.l machiuti shops 17; blastfurnaces 4; minliv UUU ) I'll 30 factciy ptic. Or. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowsll, Matt. ArrTIT, SOUB bTOMACH. Htp. A'4' Absolutely, nothing." ing and quarrying companies US; water; Sold bv Dnicslsts and I'erfumrrs. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE T B. IWama, rloril. K. i.r he loves you'aml s wears he will works ."; ice factories '.'; street mil ways:; Church, AJami.Ttnn., whUii"! ""liut FOR railRAILROAD. wood working establishments win you. r "iu no ifn. dad ixnuin A. Sim. A. ho Lmul unci titoclc morn Litr MrOlcIa. I br road companies organized ID; In'sidcs a "He not afraid," she said, "he The (ireat amctlmra had to rubilltut "Zcilln'a tult" for "Poor?" large numiH.'roimisceiinneousintiusiries. , . ., , A 1" 'ni cln, but It don't your MrJI t TJiTTCI? tr inawcr th A ! deireli leave Kentucky I will veil at great j "Worse than that." These figures show the unmistakable HKUUUH IKUN1 LIHL. parfoif." mint complete wiin jji norm iKiticra isatrifrc J Dr.; It. OratM, Editor Tt S ire cosines a Raw works, t ox lo, waj. "He Ls what?" and inbrethless ex- rapid strides our State is making towards ' nd 11.'- r irmpnu, rnn. uri' on j LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. wigon. hurklioaru, spring wag- citement he aw aited her answer. 1 reenred a becoming the manufacturing centre that packa(r ol vuurt.ltn jj okct of cattle, 3 mules, horse. on and liarm Mrdivine, and hate uird hallo! It, o art--i nlll complete, and my farm of ('o "He is " and placing her rosy lips she is so well lilted for. It work, il a charm. Iwaniao Will c!l privately. Jtaoh mid wxll timlierccl. haltrr l.Urr llripilator and err. close to his ear, while her color came MART SMITH, With- Ulnl; dj mora of Ztillo't mutr The editor of the Senora, Ala. Sen- THE LARGEST AND FINEST Maywood, Ky j,i it and went, revealing in her face alter- tinel thus asks his readers lo conio for- HOTEL IN THE CITY. d she Gd3S- BU YEBB' OUIDE it nately the lily and the rose, ward and pay back subscriptions: "It is in a voice as soft as the sigh of a March and Sept., a sad duty to us to state to the many ytr. It Is an zephyr "He U in the soup." Hoston readers of this paper that we are actual- - RATES $2.50 TO $4 PR DAY. ACCORD- - Louisville of useful Cornier. for all who To Nashville, ly in need of a new suit of clothes. We INC TO ROOMS. the luxuries or the Memphis, preaching, but reof life. We I dropped into the Presbyterian church would like to attend can clothe jou and iurnish you with SPXCTJZA.TZOXT. main away because we are ashamed to ri'KKISH & RUSSIAN IIATHS IN IICM'KI.. Atlanta, last Sunday afternoon and was edilied till the nomiaary and uunecexsary y.Dplinnres to ride, walk, dance, uleep, fir about an hour listening attentively enter the church with the suit that is Montgomery, rax, flih, hunt, work, ro to church, CilCO. A. KOMEK, worn daily; we go occasionly, but have Little Rock, or stay at home, and in various 'siset, to h'ev. Ben Helm's lecture on "China ami take a back seat. This und qunntitios. Just figure out its Inhabitants and Customs." At the to slip in Newport Sews and Mississippi Vallej Co Mobile and New Orleans. AND BROKER tv hat in required to do all these thinga close of the lecture he called for a song, pieee is not written for the purpose of soCOMFORTABLY, nd you csu make 4A i llrojtUtt) and i NcwStrrct Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. of the value or the BUYERS' i The organist and coinetist were absent liciting some kind friend to donate tw a a.lrrll DI 1. li OUIDE, which will be sent upon and in ther-- latter days it takes a man suit of clothes, nor some NrW OKK CIT receipt of 10 cent to pay postage, ' Old) unechjiij' lfHM"liii of more than ordinary courage to tackle merchant to sell ub a suit 011 time; but MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Htocks, Donda. ara.ln, I'rovlMoun nnC & 4 Michigan Arenue, Chicago, III. song in church without nn organ accom- - to arouse the sympathies of those who rotroloum. We have spent the last dollar p. niinent. But a song had to be sung owe us. ( Illil l.lll,Mlt) KtM UN MAki.lN EMIORANTS m 'just at tills particular nine ami nro. in our jiossession to accommodate you; . ' I' ! 4.ut'f )l nph t M ,. SteVinj hmoon lh lm of thi rwitl Jl rei.eive now come to our needy assistance ami ITi.liii c.t.w ritK. ... ... flA r$ eT&nifiPRA? lilvnii rn.itiocljwl cvhiv v...v ill tlul lllfi'l. receive the blessings that only a poor, -- To thi. Cempaayfer rjr,;iulc present to volunteer and i congregation .. fWlOLACREAM , nresent his claims as "a leader." Messrs. oppressed newspaper man can bestow." Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Ac., or write toC. V fiil.lll. THIS preparation.witlioul (,aln. Itanev and Win. Severance dellb- Charitable Criticism. JZZ&E&k York. . . t initirv romnvpe'PrAoTf- i eratety pro.re.le.i uown ui iiimi-- , umii tc .?...aV.- - r i' was ono lh,- inl linr willi il 1.1 M An KiiitIIhIi M'l.H'IM. the former ple&, Bhick-HeadAHs Sunburn and f reaching the front thought of Mr. himself loose on "King day iisk'tl wlinl wai Tan. A few applications will render the gentleman turned or;aiiit. J JOUItVllU MtwAtlAHf 1 CN!CoJiJ5 rnon ftubbornly red fkin sofi, smooth and jju, p.rt Heaven," the congregation Hltink an I4ouisvlllc,Ciiiciiiiinti . Ci KAHH ItCJV'l'K. "illl-KSir." he sabl, witbiiioelt Molemnlty, white. Viola Cream I. not .paint or livelv ln ,u. wind-up- . ho N a mot roipeoliible man." rowilcrtocover defects, lmtarcmctlytocure. J""""- THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE . WAHHlNOTi N iHii.ui . n.i.gt-KW "Vos, I liuve no doubts of tlmt, but I .MAIL Jt is superior to nil other preparations nnd The latter gentleman mentioned abo e is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug-- , then pif.ceeded with "Biinging in the want to know bow bo tanks n it perSthiilnlv in Klfrct cpln.brr pth. iSm "1 gists or niaibil for 60 cents. Prepared by Sheaves' but it was nut .1 good day for former on the oiyan." CENTRAL, KENTUCKY No o. Uailv 'Sir, be U most exemplary man, harvesting and the ambitious and dc LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI KSIV A KD. l mEBO,onw. filly. k.Suii. serving young man "dropped the bun and one wbo plays as though lie woro I.vr Cincinnati ,, u,,, -- l'.id; S Miifn-d, j im "Tjoani ..1 I Kj It '. Vii;i i dle" or King before half through the lirst also chnrilablo mini. 7 n pm 1 jo in. f ouU.ill 10 ta am it hi am "Saw would ou iniml telUinr mo l.nlitCloii THE MOST RAPID ROUTE verse, forgetting which way the line and w i'"rl,1f ,11 MmiJ tl pNI shall wlnit you mean bv Miyin ho perforins tune, went, which stated that "we am ii ij jro 7 Kr altempu.l tinrm a'ie tuinmcri.. mini? FAST L.INK IIETWHKN F.wOwhtind Mtir. or the Ohtt liiveraml lliuc. and hrn urn come rejoicing bringing lu the sheines." like clinrilnblo j the fa.te.t lima ami m..i uafortaMc u MtiHtiHSton. Well, li I nuiBl no expituti. .Mr. 30 urn t 10 pn A 'mile pawed over the audience and all LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. " Cluarltntuti in il v.uth. nr t the VVr.i ai, 4 S3 am 10 00 pin Blank phi.s upon the orjriin as though N'nnhae.t, 1 h " KnM(twha l'ull. f ihix train on H'terpiirl I iiiwii 10 pm "Wlm aiU!'il her pupils to strengthen then some good old luotherquickly took ho dbl not lot bis loft naml know what iruokliiici Jen. " Clifloii 1'orji'.j r ,i, , l.iiiilud ICie. . il pm; 0 30 am Vrir mlnils hv the tine of Ayer's , " Staiiiilnn Mperl t.,i,, ... stiir.mi.i iv hi 11 r M w . iif in the situation and tried to "lend" tin l.ls lljrbt bund (viia doing." YoulICi i 40 pm i) 13 am 4)c, p4lr, Lallmiiad i .n.t ,i appret-utte" CImrlotttM'ilUi. .. j to pm 11 lo in tho truth that l,(-ei.-but he couldn't remainder of the . in Arr Kiihweud . y .jo m j 10 pm "! Ami our tnnr l'ihet ami tirVrt-- . thes somi Ijflilily lumltli ii eeseiilial to mental Nu No St. ?. i il r. ) on will M I.ve ltl biihiml I 45 ami n pm', ipiite cut it, when si third gentleman in and feohlo Sun. non, get tjgor. l'tir prrMiiisof South iluund anxl .in I. Muaun, il 3101 ,t to inn a conn-tr- Arr NeKirt Nnwra... 11 we .imj o in pw When a man is tryinj: Kx Sun Daily to .jc .num.) ami h n, pieaMni juiiriio Old I'rim Comfort whether joniig oroM, thl-- t 13 urn ij pm the comer came to his rescue and such 11ml a ;. 11 3 pm j 41 pa K (I. MiCuKMIlK paper with mi army pic-Sorfoll. a m t m itviin tncdleiiiu I luiiiarkubly lieiieilcial. Bo l.v ("ovmiiun music is seldom heard. Truly did "the I'iK.miiir jjini tu 4. Mibeiip-lion- s I.e l.h.iclilieiillc 10 03 aw y jl p m j .1 P a o pot l,ve taliiKMlh handful of type nnd I" paid-ujo pm ( itv lirVri sure jou get Ayer's Sur.ipui-illurfi ilv jnd i .,1T, jo p la m 10 li p m 11 it limr," but it h.td;tol)e heard to Arr WathliiKten am welkin yo pa, j jj am I.vCvthina . I .11,1. i 11. hi p in I. M. Hi, k saw. ti? 41U Ih eoiupelled to skirmish in ' Kvery npiing mill fall take a ulien he " I'liililtljililu l a a hi 50 p in 5 lo p Arr lMrin .j' 6. iki an 3 o aw a iu. .t tiiiii'i.ti i.'i ui JV. A T'lihiN I, 1; ' Mj lirk to Hall luiitles ot A.ur' but.iaiurilla,aud ' be fully appreciated. The organist and arpiiud ou the outside of his 1iiimiic.s.h to Air I.OiiMXIoti be present mugrcallv lieueili.-- " - Mis. Jiitues II. rorneti-- t niv requested l h iu 10 5 j p m 5 o p in I.v I'arin S'o T t ri i make a living by lienir, borrowiin: or 11 IJ p m lfastiihin, Sioik li.mi, t$ p Arr WK.VIW'AICH Sny- Lilly 7 iu p time. Srctaw .m p w Art Iliclimond. Haily. Kx San. stealing when he is out of. lienrt, hope, aparllla g4 a.ts ','l"" luij taj.fn Ajoi's Fm lioaltli.C'J nert lindUJuiuWi. iii.llarrodnbui A "XT" rvq aaa no 5 .' I' Arr l.jnculcr fngi. ' ' h v't toiiiv n.iieiiil Ncm Viirl l 10 00 m u it am A Stanford.... f v P m in debt, in love and l friends and money; Arr I.. C'reiar, J'alinvia, Mil. Miis Tliuit rhil.idelpln.i ... 11 jj ; ki uni S P.i I.vr Klehmoiitl ' Waaluiigion r'i;i.iAt the in the middle of a railroad rumpus tiut am Moon. A CnMTrtfcP 3 yt of age, "My l.tim!ilr, tuolvo i am J IO ft IH Arr llcte.i Arr t'lLirlciUcvfllc in o3 pm j 10 pm li.vt Milleifd fur 1I10 past jeitr fiom Arr l.xliulon. W'estcin I'niiin Telegraph otliee at Chi- will not eoine to a focus; when be Jnwn't LILCH -C- HICKEN oopm 7 in Jin .Nurlou. l.i i cago thev have nn operator whom they nothing in the past but remembrance of " Old I'liliitt ii.iifurt jii inn ipi am No. 3. Nu Debility. ' Newpurl Nmii n pin failure, ambuoUiiuK in the future but ' Kii.liniim call Mfion becnnAe helfi Mil Vo ufttn. pm 6 A few weeks Mnee, wo began to give Cholera Cure! rr th.irltirtllle a un u ell, under u b visions of tlio 10 pm electric storm recentI.tf l.lini;ilOH .. 10 tm H in Ayer's Siusapurill.t. Horliealth has During tenible ic in I,i u llcrcu.. ...... I.vr C'h.irli ttiiuillw in ,i pin ,t really iinpiutcd," Mrs, Harriet II. a 4 ly lie awoke fioiu a placid do.e to lind such circiiiiihtances he is in confounded Arr Kicliiiiaiid li .r"o6 am IS l'" SUnnlon. 2?' iUttles, .Smith ClioliiiMfonl, Mass. c CIiIImi Kiirtc j j a pm n m poor shape to assume a virtue that be I.vc Stanford the lightning clicking away at the "AImiiiI h ear ago I using Ayer's " While Siilphur I.ve Lancaster . 8 lu 0 33 I'm hasn't yot, or a joy that he doeuU feel. ' " Kmuwlu Pull S 03 .IIH Sar.ii.iiiliu ns a leinuly for iluhllity like fun. m m 00 am rr Uichmund.... " h.irlcntnii 36 am and iii'iiiiiU'ia tesuliiiig faom malarial 9 Uliliinoiul.,.. p in Hentoii Tribune. confused from his potations, ' liiiiitinrft.n I.e Wintlieter.. t jo p in 6 40 a Slightly ' 10.1111 I wm in a very 9 13 in tlie iiiiny. a sxiKHiue 7 Arr J 10 i ami 7 iki am a j a in lindi'iilnlitlnii. 1ml Kix hottlcsof the that a big rush of whisky", if tlie Arr A.M.in.1 Arr I'arin. ..n J "5 I' hill At the present price of l.vf Atlil.uiil,. ill, 1, ;lli i iiisiiuisil doses of Ayer's j 3pm 1 11m a i" j m p .BBaBHaKBB. get his (iovernment tux were rcmovj'( a man Arr Culiimliu. & JHr I.te t.cxlUtfluii ... 3 ii in 7 35 had come, he managed to yi put I jo am 1'Ii.Ih, have gt cat t improved my health. l'an I.e C)iilliiaii.i 3 o p I", 9 on a 1 i' ppm i I' in, a .10 a Alil.iml ... . l.e jo m I.vc ji nm 7 mi m I am now al1c to wink, and feel that I flugciv. on the transmitter. could buy admit two gallons for 11. jiiur-te- Arr Olui Hill ... m noon 9 on am I.ve r.ilniiuitli. nij j 5 P m canuut say too miirli fur jour excellent 51 p nil 10 oj Crash came it thunderbolt. ' Wlni'lieUer ..' A clinnjre from two diinks for a 1 is pm tl ij am Arr Cutinton. . 6 ou p nil 35 ajniS jo p in renuilies." V. A. I'inkliaui, So th " l.cMnt;tiiii pm ij ,13 pin ' Don't si nd so fast," gravely clicked tpiartcrtotwn trillions for aipuulcr would Molimeii, Mo. ' l.nuinlllt On llie.Mavxville llrantli, NoC. leavcx I'.irit at 7 15 fin 43l'i'i Ledger. handsomely realize thu promise of the Arr Clnciiinali arriving at "My diiiiuliler. sixteen vears old. Is 8 v, m and No, 11, at 5)0, p wn pill on pm Moon over the wire. Chicago Mayxiille at 105a, a and 740, i m. Nu. 10 s crood of ai'iulllu with using ('liii-iUlc.ive.Maytillual o on, in, arriving I'.iria at ller.ild. republican platform. feet." Iti. S. .1. Oraham. United n( lllinlilulim ir.iina rim liv i,n. 'ril.liieiniiin eatnf Huiiiin(tiii Cruiril H.in. Iiii.iiii No. 11 le.ui-- a.Ma)ville atat 105 und How Hi: M.ik Hi Hnnm.K. "And JUrellireii I'Iuih-IilSiick!uiiimti,W.Vu. run i'ariv it Jj, p m. 'I'lie.c tr.iinv arc Since the publication Of the filCt that cm time M. In. one lunir f.iter than Cvnlnil arnciat il.lili rkmit Sllml.li you believe in liberal adveilisingV" ".Ihtillfrcd fnuii 'I line .. . yearn . j 1. ;l Nu, ilca.e CuviukIoii at 830am, artlyca.it traveling' ai tue r.tie 01 N "I spend Si.iHX) a week in advertising, it tauiw mi iithiu fr,m ,ouibV,. cinc1i.ti.ui ..ml i.ex l'utmoiitli nt 10 30 a m; Sunday only. No. 31 iiisIiiii In .unl arrive at Oniiilim ami pay a skilful man a former newspa- (il) miles an hour, to 'o from the eaith Snlnl ir.iinWiikliiiimmiaml the Kat ItiirtctKkliinuiul. leae Falmouth ul jo pm,No and I'lillni.iii'i. fini.t slccninir lit ft 30 in; Kunda) only. srtjth Iain" hack umi licndaeho, and havo IS leave SUM) C'raddock is the only to Venus good one per editor and 7 ij ji in, arrive. Pari 7 53 P m. No.Slcavcx I11H1 li lielleliled by llie Use of A vcr's 'I' ho u sands of dollars worth of No. i, il.ii'v i'i cut Siniilav Th.. siiiir.t,ii.i..:.. t'ovliiRion 5 o i r'.ilinuiilli 1 arrive "in. make money man in Kentucky who would ac- riiintinil) a far inn now Wleais nf'Hge, month to do it for me. C lllnii tnr(ic ll.iik exiviii No 7 leave Falmouth al j 30 a m, arric at chickens die every year from Choi "lied llint mv present licaltli sind am SuiHl.13 Utw.tn ( liftnn Kiirtji! .mil O , point al to a in. by it. Advertising is the leverage with cept a free pass for the trip. ra. It is more fatal to chickens thm, No jj. ilaih cxi imt Simdai In Wjklnni;l(.n and pruloi'eil life me due to the mo of I)II.V KXCBIM1 SUNDAY. . Times. which this store hah been raiM-- up." Ajer's Siirs.tpiiiillii " I.uev Mollitt, i.t.i.i .....! i.iiiiiuimii iiiiin rarlor C.ir .. .il v.... VIllKlrlln. .IIH1 art! UJIIV IICIWCCII "in all wther diseases combined. Hut the Jtllliiigl..-iniiiJohn Wanamaker. discovery oi a remedy mat positirth Cincinnati lias a medical college vilU mil c'liiciuiiali. '"", train, arc daily eiiplSimda), Mr. Ann II Kiiruswortli. a lady 7it which turns out a cruduatc iu live ui.Mvtit.i " Nn i yearn old, Sn. AVnodstoek, Vt., wri'tes : nircn iiiuiirtiiuiii foriti.niv Slerliutf. Aalilan.l aim it has been made, and to be conirtiii kiii..1 fi,.. H..I ... ... . S. Ml. Sarah llcinhardt was weighed the oth- weeks. Theie may come time when a Vi.pl, wi hoa .luiiJ.. "After sevnal weeks' siiflering front K ""' NVI""- Cli.apcale Ohio vinced of its efficacy only V... and r.axter,.L.tle. u H..clinSton.Charle.tan,V procured a bottle iierMiux lnSTI.INK--N"- . er day, and, much to her astonishment, man can drop a nickel in the slot and Vmi I.nil. iiil. i,.iu, .. 3:111.4 run via U'incheatrial a 50 cents bottle is enough foi of Ayer's .N1i1.up.11 .Ha, and before I "'"'' ""' ASolid train. lth I'ullnwn Mcrplnj Carv. beDiploma. New Vork WlVhi'id obtain a tipped the scales at li" pounds. As her a., and Win. one hundred chickens. liad taken half of it my usual health Iween Cimlnmli .mil Rlcliinoiut, It is guar Old World. returned." weight is but lis pounds, she was If, after using y anteed of chewed c'liioli-x- i Pi voi ci is unknown in South x bottle, the buyer is very much concerned, and sent for her dc.tiiiation rraclicd liy a railroad, :..-...-. ! not thoroughly lull iiariicul irv auurck. iny aitcni 01 ine 1.0. sn.. i:r.. .....1 .1...... t., .... iiuxl .iflcrniHinTiclnlx. llaBKillfc Cluvl. till. ..llllllilor I'nr Hair., '"' l satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken physician, when it was found that she iiiovNou for S. 1". . MOKSr.. n.lL '.JJ V.. II. 1IACON. disMiliition. (In tins I'KKI'AUKt) BV is tiiai iiumv is less man- - ., tMiiCef m n. k Travelini; l'ai'c'r Aiil., llcn'l I'a.v'a'rAul. t,.i .'" connetinu nne had i'on:otteii to remove her pocket " r... .!....... t... Cholera, return it to the nndcisigneii account it sain Lexington, K). Or. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mast. .uillifiuii, 7. .ind your money will be refunded before getting on the taliufclicity tlimi there is iu any other ' fioiu herper-o- n v Trice $1; di Uvttlei, $J. AVorlh W bottlt. U.K. HUNriNtilON, C.encral MaiuKer. '.. .' ...'..'.". ,Kv. i. viuiYivi irr.v v. slim.. ....... For .ale by McKo!rt .V Suss, Stanford New Yoik Mail. Covlnprton, Kentucky, sr.de.-iu j ii.i.,.iiii,i i.ii'xiuiiin.K.1 aenOfncod. r. I'iiu-ok- r miunv June dav, "this iso sudden!" "Oh, answer me," he Implored, "do not spare my feeling. Death is preferable to suspense." Yht never varies A warvel ol purity tttcnfia and wlole,omene. More economical She turned away her face to conceal baaisr erdinary Mnd, and cannot lie told in with the multitude of low tet, ahort her confusion, as she replied in tones as .asrtrtiai weight alma ir phuipliate powder, bold only in soft, sweet nnd musical as ever trembled can. Co., Koval IUkino 106 Wall Street, New York. on the strings of the lyre of Orpheus: "It is useless for me to deny that you ' have made n deep impression on my heartand imd but let that admission content you. Maidenly modesty forbids me to say more." 35 "Oh, my darlinp," he exclaimed ns lie Two mites Soutli ot Stanford on Neal's Cm k W, CKAIG. passionately kissed her hand, "you luvo Ajvs mc at Carlisle, Ky. Hut made me the hnpuieM of men. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., there is one thing about which I wish to Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, be satisfied have I a lival In your affecn POWDER xiiiiioim.-uisu, .ifi.... i ..n:'i win, Uniu'!'if imi iil'l-uami lit' pressed tho snowy, velvety ami sltnpuly baud which he had taken in Ills and which was not withdrawn, "the time has Come for :i perfect understanillnu between n. I can no longer live in uncertainty. I must know my fate. Drifting rtlonjj in the 'Dismal Swamp' of doubt and suspense is making my life a torture. I must declare inxself. Calliope, I love you deeply,- passionately, tewferlyf Mid' it is for vim 'to sav wlu-thc- r that love'is to bu ni.vlun,)-plnes- s or my misery.- Tell me, C'a11ioH, s.voetcst, dearest, fairest, tell me, can yon return my atlectionV" "Oh, Aluvron," murmured the beautiful mniden, n deep blush overspreading her lovely and expressive countenance, as the shadow of a cloudlet pass-o- n over the silvery surface of a stream ou 1111.-1- , - - Absolutely Ptire. The Congressional But the coolest pliice. is down In the bath-roomin the lowest basement of tho Capitol. Both the Senate and the House arc provided with tho mont perfect bathing facilities! The bath-room- s aro well patronized. The tubs an spacious and of cool, white marble. Theie are attendants to prepare the baths and to rub the statesmen down or wipe them oir if they desiie it. Scented soaps, bay rum and cooling toilet waters are at theii command. They can get in a tub of eool water and soak for an hour if they dcsiie. They can even have Ice in the water if they dcsiie it. They have the comforts of the world at their command. It was under such conditions that Mr. 1 'vegan took his famous bath from which he emerged wrapped In a sheet to vote for the Monison bill during the last Congress. The overworked Representatives and overfatted Senators find a luxury in tins. I am told of one of the Senators who sits in the bath and reads. The men in charge of these baths are kept busy turning on aud on" the water, changing towels and distributing lotions from morning until Bath-Rooms. s, Beauty Is desired anil admired by nil. Among the things which may Ix-s- MY MM TM. old and welt known IHHDTMJf., t np rfWvM bounty Is tlm dally mo of Ayur'a llulr Vigor. Ko mutter what tho color of tlm hair, this preparation gives itit lustre nud pliancy that nihil greatly to Its charm. Should tho hair Ixi thin, harsh, 7 k WTZXi- dry, or turning gray, - rnliante personal ho donn to STANFORD, KY E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Mold (till maintain! in hljh reputation, and itt Proprietor it datclrmn. I ed that it shall he second tu no conntry Motel in the State in itt r'.ire. Appointment., or Allen (.iui-ttIliKgaze cnveved to and tion to In from depot free of charge Spc .11 accommodii Hunt to Coinmen at Traveler. M I 3r I CREAM I t j,im k a COMPANY thu will color, In lug out a now growth, und render tho old sott and shiny, Tor keeping tho scalp clean, cool, nud healthy, there is no better preparation in tho market. " I am frco to coufCM tlmt n trial of tun Ayer's Hair Vigor lias convliu-m- l that it It a geumtio nrtlcln. Its iho lini not only caused tho hair ot my wlfo and duughtor to be o Ayer's llulr Vigor I J. T. STJTTON" A CO., HU8TONVILLE, KY. t ArcM.II In thchutlnet- - anil tciJy t thing In the I'nilrrtslitiK luir We hjve of Cau- - an J Caiikrtaol Mill mil and ulnik i ofcrry doctiption tnr he ire, hichMr new cjn be obtained on uliurt nulite. LEXINGTON-.KY- . 1 Abundant and Glossy, Imt It lias given my rather stunted uiuv tHcho a reaportahfo length and appearance." It. llrlttoii, OuVland, Ohio. I (irten hj lour ijoodi chirr ol our buln to any one netdini anjthlrj and will Kohet ne.irly J If " a full JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR ThorouiMjr RtmvjfrJ and RtfurnWhe.l. Hnt cli. Virt inj KtiutruMe l'rlcM. Diy and nliiht Traiaajrcrattbyl'olitt !'urtfri;'it thu Topulu in our ho' NEWCOMB HOTEL. TOR 8ALX. wsi House and Acres Iaud 11 -- THAT FIGHT n, Ken-tucky- 's 1 Ayer's Hair Vigor, cV i I ....' m Io & .,,, No SAWMILL I SALE! is" :; ," ". t " " T ji ixj o oi,. .,,, 1 1 1 a.'.-r- SOUTH & WEST j inttr-muie- '&9&$&d&&d4$8 OTho J j ! -' i ' IUKKER afai-Ultimat- e I kind-hearte- d 311-11- I Chesapeake Ohio! ARKANSAS TEXAS. CTinu n'ir.u Washington ........ - N' K- - s, fi':"" "r U-iu-- orran-bnllilu- - C ... ,;itl. 1111 Lexington . and . KentuckyGentralR. R. I -- I ; U FAST I , "..j t 11 I V Kit- McK-i'i- . ri- - 11 I I the Teacher . 1 nam-Zxr.- . 11 ! j ri 5 . 11411,.!.-Iwcc- . Sar-jvtrill- :i, . 1 i 1 1 k , e, Coilu-ltlllUH- . "' 4 . K y . s 11 . . ' p C . 1 . 4 v . Mil-.-- .. ro I 11 A . WiHchf-tBr- ., "f 1 11 11 111 i 111 J III j I - "" h: "" General 1 .N'urlB-llootl- i. 1 411 11 115 .1111 pni 11 poor-hous- e 115 1 la-- m$ 111 ..... I .1111 . . ,1 111 . ,1 1 11 .1 C . . . . ' 11 .1111 Ci I 511 111 111 Bar-fili- al eon-cio- us luisi-iic- j . . ) 1 111 . 111 111 r. 111 11 . . . 4 111' 4 . . 4 .1 1 I 4 .ci (1 ! 111, , Nervous Prostration, i I .11 . . ,,7, 111, s . M11I11 I13 j 3 . ' 4 lw-el- 11 news-pap- i l.exiii-tu- n er 1 111, .11. 7 -- . . I A 11 ii, 1 Pot-tor'- s -- ii-- Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ' - -- I a , i "' . - I '".'' ,Wl'dS S;',.',.. a ! 2' . I . ...,., - V-.- - s - two-third- s J" '".;, vKIlK,'!?:'"'!" 1 A- v -