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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889012201 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. GEORG BO. BARNES. GOCl I Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 4889. NO. 99. , A I.OVC ailtl NotllillK Else. I.OUL). I'KAlrflfl ritin IOKM Ol H ' mlirii tnc nit und S tifiu lUim.w, Pi.v., Jan. II. ISS'.i. , , j h, , '1... ,'" rate.,...u ........ P itia., fur - outfit. mrreatly F. W. WARRINNER.PROP'R. L.aon ijredut.l lKn Isthuiois: lain impressed everv "" A MAM?.I(,S) A C, Hubl.le.Ky Minxes Sallie and IVarl Kinu: are in , day with the fact of my Ignorance of .mu ha onlv i"iiiMnu ui. i. .ii.ii Miss Marv LexniL'ton viMtini: liac leaed the aWc Hotel and intend run . " cla it) It in Horidu, before coming to it. And, Harlow nun (iiiisinir nun is . urn " "I-- ' (toidn ih natural Iv tanly, and our letters L StllllWOod is .III I.OUISV llle Oil bllSlliesfj ning It in lint tocommerii.il rvery p irtn. ul.ir. m 8 men alien ion e HARRY A. EVANS, presume, thin iKiiorancr- in eoinnioii ycar-oli- f to mioss, not uneeitiilniy, at win lie inotnor wiiiihi, me h i....v.... and a pleasuie trip. Harry 15. I locker tht, Mate. Thu fiu t it.,- we all lie the future of Florida. Its disuovorer our lirst letter eame, ilircct, ftr CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL 15. Iteiit Land C. were callini; on their dead silence often days, which to in our "ow n little world," wheievorlhat landed in lliWon "l'lowery r.istoi" Sun-- , Coal Hweetheaits in IIiiHtonville. Mrs. CotSIANrORI), K may he, and only, in rare iiistunetis.cure day. This wnetlieStnte it's piettv name, those as dependent on mail as we aie, ton, of Kirksville, is visiting her sister, Kvumiii.'d Mineral und limber Land Gentril of it, or inform our The Spaniards discovered it for the was almost intolerable. to either move out keep on hand a No t qualit) of Jillico. I.ily Mrs. Morris T. Ix)m at the I), and 1). In An.ilitli.ll Wurk and Nut Coal in m yard l.ci.e jour order, at Naples is hoKuming to he to us a myth-- , selves of what joes on beyond our liar "Children of Israel," who were "picdis , . . ... stitute . Yard or S S Mjers' store and they will be attend..I. IIKSOIN'S, row hunters. I'erhaps thin is best, n tiued" to enjoy it. Poor Illspanloiasl It icaipoini.asiinanmeas.-sairey.v.an.i.- i. J --The marriae of Miss Lime Irvin ed63to promptly Dishman, Dishman & Metcalf, Starford, Ky the lone run, or a lame portion of the w as not for them. The "heir ol the imaginary frien.l. Is thee, or is there yvyvrt ,,,lllrhter of Mr. ail(l Mw JoIin AHYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. earth's surface would soon heroine de-- . W(,rht" comes not in that Hue; but from not, on the western coast of Florida a M. Meyer, of this city, to Mr. (Jeo. (i iHipulated, while the choicer sites would ti, olns( Ahiaham. the "fiiend of place of that name, where Tarpon llsh Henderson, of I.tilonin, Texas, is anIIARIlOURVILLKand PINKVII.LE, KY. beownrowded. As I no thrmmh the (S,M." How little the good soul, as he i"K nourishes and green turtles lay their nounced to take place Wednesday evenWill practice In any court In Eastern Kentucky ' Kxaminntion, of land a specialty DENTIST, sire tracts of timber, title made mineral landsAny SURGEON i wintry, I llnd myself continually ask- -' Ueui out from "l'r of the Chaldees," not vv) by bushels, Ac, Ac, Ac'' ing, Feb. 0, at the Second Piesbyterian coal and for Ukq. 0. 15i:m,m. sale. Information furnished on any point and cor Ker in Jesus, STAN'rORD, K "How on earth can these people be know ing, nor cliriiiK, whither lie went, iiU' church. If Madam Rumor is right sevj respondence solicited I forget that ex-- 1 and kvowi.so ood; how little he thoinrht content to live here1 eral others will take place in the near Office on Lancaster street, in room recently vaFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. cated by Dr W. II I'cnnj ternals don't make up life, that to those tmt this fair, Howery land was included future. Isirn ami reared in certinnconditions ami imi,,. 'land patent" the dear holm gave, News reached here Saturday of the .1. M. llailsol.. 1). liarner a com- death of Allen Duncan at his home in ut it vus, even so. Its OO.WXIi blued horse for Slot). unorant of others, that "igiionuuv hht-s- ' of n certain sort, that unless one U,junre miles of territory: its woiuliousl,-- j It was not a surprise to .. K. Wells sold to I). N. Piewitt a Nicholasville. am solf Ajcnt in Lincoln Count) for the Na so nign wntcn was poki-uonai i. iiment uintcmplatcHa move, a very superllcial j.y) miles of coastdine; its .'10 miles of 0t of weathers at I cents. his friends lieie, as ho has been in fee-ly of by Ilro Ilarncs in the Interior Journal. I have the knowledge of other localities sulllces to nrlotl soil and climate, from noithtoi I). N. Prewitt bought of Sam Helm ble health for sometime. His wife was George I)purchased and I lumber yards of Messrs. full intructions,$8. I'rice, uith M llruce and will open Wearen Mr. MAR II PATTEN. Miss (ieorgia Proctor, daughter of J. V. n hi? vard at the one tiurchased of Mr Wearen sanity natural curiosity, ami so we easi-- 1 MOuth. its 100 miles of mean width, be-fombined mine for $M7.', Crab Orchard, Ky will carry - Ilesides lumber in rough and dressed, j nvvn a sort of seml-ChIv settle down into Pioctor, of this city. She and two chil- a large line of window sashes, doors and shingles, its incompanible The Meicury reports salts of Kf Un.l dreil survive lliin. He Was buried in laths, posts and the picket fenceb formerly ;old by ni'se fnuno of mind, that ivganls nil lie- - ,,,m f atmosphere foi wciry invalids; mules at 57." in Nicholas. G HOLKr.K Mr. Wearen. ... LOUIS SCHLEGEL, miiiI our chatmed ciivle of k elestialWiu ltrt of land and sea, were all de-Wm. It. Thomas, of Hardin, .iciioiiivnie. Mrs. ' Judge M. J. Durham starts this as'.utsitle barbarianism. liieieil oxer to the 'fiiend of (Jod" in sold in ISSS tkVl pounds of butter and 107 ' S. O. DAVIS, l'4trticularl is this the "besetting sin" morning to Washington. He was called jmp!e," l,X0 years ago to him, doen cgKs. ICY, KICIIMOXD of that aristocratic fragment of our race, l,,. clean home to attend the funer.d.of his broth- - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, m, assigns foiever:" in con fa Fon S vi.k. 100 bushels of nice, t i i .! Photographs in all st) les and sies. Pictures ia region m sjidunitioti of the fact that he was a I, lover seed and about 'JO bushels of er, .1. vv . uuriiam, ol .i rerryville nils wrionaiiiromuic , MT. VJKKON-- U. V. India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. N'ew deKentucky, esjiecially if they can claim a "(rii-nperhaps will be his last visit till he re- It of (hsl" when Cod's fMomlu on timothv seed. Itoot A Carter. tow price. descent from the F. F. Vs, to remain with us. .. Wo are glad to Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. signs in Frames and Mat. at very It. (i. (iover boiieht of John Joslin turns earth were very few.. Why should his . . . . . . . ..... new i . . ltd I confess that' when I turn up posteritv not enjoy theii father's herit- II pair of work horses for 1M) ailll Ol liavetlie.lUdge Wltll US, lltlt Will tile Special attention given to diseases ofchtldren this loose, Handy loam of Florida with age? They have as much right to it as Dan Holnian a like pair for $1S.". administration ever get as good n man as A LIBERAL oint of my log- - Cornelius Vanderhilt oi (Jeorge Gould mt loot too, or the It is said that Robert Homier has he? I answer no! impossible! wood walking stick. I hanker for a sight mu. to their fathers' millions, A frnens occuiretl heie lat Friday .10,000 for the, oll'ercd Gov. Stanford An Artitlic n.page Annual Calendar, beaut of the velvetv sod, where Kentucky And we may walk up and down the wonderful tllly Stinol, 'J: IS. between Hiram Cowan and Sam Harbee, fully decorated with highly finished th.roughhreds and Shorthorns roam length and breadth of our Fathei A bra- -' .1. It. Hajjgin has niade 107 entries col. Hiram received a slight wound and pictures repsenting the four seasonsWinter, over and adorn a landscape of uingular ham's broad domain, and pickand choose for the Futurity stake of IMU. Over his clothing almost cut of! of him by a THE GERTS' FURHISHER, &pnng, Summer and Fall will be sent Free to any person who sends 6 cents ror a sample copy beauty. Put I cannot hide from myself as we will, because lie, who obtained it a thousand horses are entered Hie knife in the hands of Harbee. At the 513 4th St., Louisville. of the Xew York Ledger. Address trial Harbee was acquitted and Cowan the fact, also, that a poor man has little for us, like his greater on, claimed no stake will be worth $100,000, ROI1KRT BON'NKR'S SON'S, Publisher.. of our single foot of it all "for a pos.sesnkin" $10. Soitwasa case of The fashions of the day m the Gents" Furnish, dunce iii that beautiful section The eastern sporting journals all lined 173 William Street, Neu York Cit). am common country; while a young man 'nave onlv a burial sjiot. Hut His blessed auree that Sam Hryant's entries, Proctor, fense. The row occured on 'Jd btreet be-t line will always be found m my store. I ,he This Calendar is worth full) 15 cents. S'"m Uundrir' Icr Be",f Hero with energy and fSOO in cash, is children own it all. How wondrous IhI Kiinttuml Come to Taw will be the tween Malnnnil Walnut.oneof theworst Laundry in the world. certain to be worth ten times that in lcs that Scripture, spoken of a greater than winter favorites for the Kentucky Der- - holes in Danville. It is inhabited and 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., than ten years; perhaps 'JO times. "With Abraham. "Who though He was rich, by, but none of them will acknowledg'o made a loafing place by the laiest and energy," mark you. Drones will do as for our sales He became poor, that we that tie will win with either of them. meanest negroes in town. Most nil the Sc STANFORD, KY. little here, as eNvw here, albeit the ease through His poverty might beniadci John Hobinson lias sold to Col. Hid-- 1 disorder in town occurs on this street. McKlNXEV, KY. OrSce on Lancaster Street, oppoiite vrith which a bare subsistence may lie rich And children of Abraham may W. of Tennessee. 11 mule colts at i'M OUR DICK Having removed to this place from Liberty, to oljtulnetl, is, as in all tropical countries, yet emulate their father's faith, who, each. W. S. Hrewer lias bought of Nat For Drugs, Medicines, the famous Svrup oi rigs practice his profession, calls the attention of the pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all hours a premium on muoience. in ueyion, it wlnle owning all, voluntarily "abode in Uifon, :4 lamlw, thoroughbred South-- Is Called On to Make the Race for the Leg- -' ;y&UdMahMAtSKiyouTst day or night to answer calls in town or country. ialature. .Groceries, fine cigars, Toikt Arucles, &c goto Thirty years of his lile were spent in Stanford and is saying that a native can "raise a fami-- j tents with IsJiac and Jacob, heits with downs, that average 100 pounds each, at he deems it unneccssar) 10 speak ot his ability us rTothe Kd.torofthe interior journal i Iv, on thrve cocoanut and two bread- - him of the same promise." And why? -, rents per Demo- and of the patron'taving for several weeks canvassed the wants of the sick, night or da), l town or aphslcian peoplesurgeon A sharevie nity isasked age of the fruit trees, without a lick of work from U't Scripture answer. "For He looked cnt of Stanford and , -- w by turn f -- The l one year s end to another. And, there for a city w hich hath foundations, ho-- e says "the dead tin leenngs o. me leaning coinuy nemo-. - ....w t no sjKjt on our broad continent where builder and maker is (Jod." ..i,.n..Mv v... So. I Me. iniiei tuvioeo uie nonorsoi uie muiiivThe your urgent editorial in the last issue of rt "bare living" can lie so easily obtained that while free to settle heiv and enjoy, mede stud with the dead Virgil." ' as in Florida. What witli oysteiv. llsh, like others, "the fruits 01 mv labo. mi- - Hunnymede stud belongs to Clay A the I. J. on this crying need determines game of all sorts, a soil easily worked and der the mhi" Hut.. Ih v..i ..'m.l.l.. .!.... Woodfonl. ho owned Hillet, but our us to make public the sentiment of the LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. hi. nonet forewarn hunter., nJ ii a climate of exceptional mildness; auiin-olhir not to trespass on nur lands without per y for iIiom whose ambition craves it; "hoss" man says that Virgil belonged to democracy in tins most important ' mission, .i nil su.h ill be prosocutinl to the full ...'..1 ti... .i:.t At the bare mention ot that tried nf lulior biTii Iiiro.liu-i.r- i ' ii.nri. iiiM.r. 1.. Mr. I). Stvhn.rt. tln niiinrii'tor of the ter. 111.' tilltst cxtint 01 trie law minim- ...mm., 1... uned nvmi'Vll .1 t V... in .1. lya maximum of result than in any Nate mcasurx,! distance from earth to heaven, F.lme.ido.f stud, and was. lever at Hun- - am t ue, loyai ami loues, cnr.sx.au man xxxxi iartn,urr.0x Anu (.,;o D IJoniKR ' arren there democrat, Mr. H. C. Of the Union. Is all this mine lo enjov? YVs, and nyn.ede HOTEL IN THE CITY. iVVruce" -- The thoro..hbied imp. stallion H.l- - has been but one iespoi.se -- "He is the ltI"sl.ACKs:,M Ui m Hutitisalsotruthtwhe.vonedoes! ,av do it with u iJni.ldiii: MRS iiaiciman. a fklani, "unny,le. the breeding Ilinn' fro... nil good ...en inte.viewed. lotvush to shirk work, but comes here! d ,k.Hgl,t. Is it all ., tine ' ,0,Uor,,. in l5"'"""0"- No man can question his fuithfulne, to RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- - " f,,rm '" C,n' f. do it and keeps doing it, there is an i.mh m .: for something Yes' a He sinni Miss Wo.dford, Helvidere, puity, his imp Tn nnnMQ outlet lor eneruv that will rutin ".'.0. u) i.,.........l ti...... .' v.. oi. ,:.i fll Lioness, Haines, Uuniiyniede, etc ll.e of purposes. loyalty to fiiend; his honesty" w .v.. i As to his ability ami quiili-True, theie are those this; "for the joy se before Him," Me and JT. he stood llcations, there is not a man in the coun ,i. n who adopt the .Spanish proverb let go the less to grasp w gret.tei. Thus get last season won fl'JO.OI'Janil was ty bcttci lilted to lepiesent Lincoln ill 1URK1SHA RUSSIAN' 11A HS IN HOl'KL. list of winning siies. He .. ....... .... , It . i i.i r.i, ... .1..! IIFAIBK "AirAt .,.,, n..uln, .,...., 7.jwii!.,iu . i'i.i.i ..in. , ,, i, ui. ii i.u.i .i ......... . I'd in the .. ., .Vh.s,WHU;" U" "" .lMh. the ne.t legislatuie. We do not know' U i f,w volition, all along the line. . to ISSS MltJ.'JOJ.oO. that he will accept, but the party in this In. night is- for sleeping; the day fo. Onlv we enn't "oat our cake and have KOWLVNO. KY, ' -,- ,l,r fOniHiiiilnt on l.o.e matteis Mate needs to put her allaiis in tlie orpi " I"1 w ho in agriculture. i t sting. the too." Let us not be s childish s0 sillv rpiji.i ILI'jj J 1 IjIj MIL Warren, O columns the hands of just such men as Dick Ila a link .uiiipletc in all u dartiiici.t. and t ..in.l laxlly. thoj, their seed or plant -c-hildwh, as to d.e... of this. He who indicted through these de.irc lu tail lie attention ot the lulila to their lo.hini,', H.iu, Cap-- , Mock of Mon's and Ilor.' leu t.ve Uuguidly; and then oy-- as I u...jovs It hen- "does well." lie wl.ofou- -' wlnm-r- m tl.ei.nporta.it events in tsss Let the reveiberatingechoesanswer fion. (.nod., Notion lloois, Shoo, lr tnd family w,,,l,r or all over the coitntv calling for this good, a"-Yankee describe It .ard awidt-nwnfo. a higher JoV'doesbettw." That "ith ",,),e prnduce tnkni in cucli.uiL'r? Groceries C".intr or any ou.er mmc. i.e bmve and temperate man to lepie.-oCsJiyCllO forgiwdsisl WillHI hM ,,iir ' ( hn.lm.l. Sloik b lie " if not jiiouslj. the r.tli,., day is all. Andtiuti loves us eve., wl.khev- ra.hically. Vcclclv I'f'lie in .1114 I lltll ' Di:moi:vi. uhh Imi. you!" He added, er destiny we choice. Only, we ,imv WKompio inim h Mimif huh j 'Now. gu.W ' us an occasional budget of with .unpiry twinkle in Inn eye. "now not doubt which Hi; would for pioniises MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ,... eekl) l.ditiui. oi Lie I o.nincixial t.aelii Lit iMi't the wmv vou take care of souls, us, if He eould do our . lushin- g- w hich noteson the subject. All who know THE MIHNH KICK SCHOOL! Mir-Mollie Walls, Tno Foremost, Freshest and Fairest ' M. Iaisley in this country Whit Mooie uinl a.e glad I.e, You don't go at He can't. '....HUT Han.es. is il a mettv young ladv of 17 veal's, weret... Hut both uf thee sweet ileliiiie Weutly iHswissspcr .bliOsd nt.tr ihv lenicr.jf Hit in in that wav. and vou don't tient Wl.l o)ill),'.lltl-- r, ie has a stable to tn.in. f. e by -- The Cincinnati Pine Courant si; mm lied at the H i in on that principle uftei you get far ivmoved from the "fool" who said in pa.tiec?livo,l,t,,K,1,u,9,l,,n,f ",,,s'oU ,,,wu ll8d P.otl. On 1889, can the past week has hon an enlaiged Judge T. W. Vai no.i. them into the chinch, do voir' An his heait "I have no plaeo where t.,r u tin two cum h w.uk, b t uny Ur to- - on Uieen lliver, near McKinney. in hogs. like a human soul; it bestow mv goods; this will I do- -I will illltl ""'b' ..range tree is just l'lii rlliper ud.iwaie with thu.trtmK- Mr. John V.. Hash, Dop.lty I'llited ' ih;u-ir:1:h),(Hk1 weie pat ked in the West, Many pupil, have alruad) cn;..i;ed,indlht' pros ivill ivpav all the ctue vou can give it; ' pull down my bains and build gieater; tal of pucts arc much belter tli.ui Lt.t term for a lull against LU'i.OOO last week, Und 'JCO.OOO for Mates .Marshal, anil .Miss .Mattie Lo, oi emphasis Ams,hica iokas In the conduit ot school Our work is thorough, . is shown by the and it will show neglect, as soon as any- - and will ay, 'Soul thou l.tiet much goods t.sich.'r. ulii. worn nut Irom us Inst )fur We .hall last year, or a Louisville, were to have been n.anicd nil our gmeriinitmt aft thing you know." I could hut endoise laid up in sto.e fo. many youis; eat, the coiiesponding time iir, th tilevatlsu in ur mnkc a sptcinltv Ihe ensuing (Lrin of the Common t being very week computed with Tuesday, but the School and I enchers' Course lirncc IIism- expert the com. .ion sense of my energetic friend, d.ink and be nieiry.' " I am only speak-.n- 7',000 gain for the '.oplc, thebetiurmtntuf thtr fiiKiialaf m4 iiir to teach coiilil scarcel) do betlcr ill in enttr defisick the ceieniony was postponed until our classes, have ingof wliat a tine chiistiau may iuuo-nu- a year ago, leducing 'the pluvious couldn't but think that Heporter. Mr. londittons iihi! th nirit uf our Amkhks.n iiionih Knit's front Ii so toi i.cr ..... ... .. T.'iO.OtX) to ii7.'j,tXVS for the her lecovery. 'soineist . . time and again, spiritual agricultui- - cently enjoy, or wilfully fo.ego for Jesus' ciency from .Mr. 1, 87Mt. I'rincipai .i.i iir,..N , As.iit mt to ilnte Hash was forme. ly of this place and his Ilosm IhoW'iukh CitritU- is a Hi'U.ibln..,,. season. Total fioni November seed, and cultivate Kike. "He that hath e.u let him ists, who plant gospel friends will regiet to hear of his ;;,71.'i,0H) against l,:0,(KK) a year ago. i...ei tn llu. ciru and stand bj tho Uiuli-i- l Sdilra hapless ciops, prettv much aftei thejhc.tr." The tobacco iniinufactiirers and the I Hie I onierence is over. It I.. j.lrii.llv .ti.i.Lhur. . r,iii.i cannot Lnn.lltutlD.1. st vie of some Floiida larniers and orange R. B. Bucklerfs Arnica Salve. but admire the unquestioning ohcdiemel tobacco de.ilein of Louisville are at outs. urowcix. Nnw'Ai", ami .Im.hM be Ih . ery family In tins IhebestsaUcintliL world lor cuts, bruises pe one mere Tlie futuie of this inagiiiliient tounty in tlieinain of the men of (Jod, who go The former demanded mat '10 sores, ulcers, salt rhitun, fever suns, utter, chap- bruud laud .luring the nu t it month. he Week ....... ... t.1.111- fii.i.r.ii.l.i.l u...w.... ..... iirsniiii-uinMtui,.. i.'iiiini .imi.-.- uit 1. .!... .. t.l. unifoini inspction foi all waiehousis; ped Hands, chilbl tins, corns anil all skin erupllOWOVer, uiiiiii .inn IS. ceiiiiuuy 1) Curette Is a great edueat ir, an diar M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, with out murium iug; though sometimes it that the tlate of sampling, the name of tions, and positively cuns pltis, or no pay re. whole peninsula is energetic population must he with an aching lie.ut. I have shippers be placed on the tags of sam- (uired It Is guaranteed to Hive pctfut satistac-lio- inert i full of I11U nt to old and voiu.g The good railways; an or money refunded Prue S cents per bos. men be responsible 511 4TH AVENUE, news is jjl.cn from ever, pin of the civitmd from the Noitli diiveii, largely, in the been stiircd witii sorrow, once and again ples, that warehouse A R Penny, Stanford, K) case tlie tobacco is not so good as the For sale by rl in first instance, to tlie milder cliniato for for those who must be uprooted and jjloK', in proper form, A v.irictv ot sketches of MinvTiis! LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY fori know the bitterness none unple, anil that tlieie be no bidding by We desirs-t- sav to our cinrens that for je.irs travel, ndtcniiires, Ion? and short Mhiiui-- , .ipp.Hir health, and gladly remaining, after re. ine ilmt liimt waiehoiiseineii or their employes, from choice is beginning to better of tliesesiiudeie.l covery, we hivctnen sHIIiik Dr Kinj's N'ew Dlsiovery eeiv week .....n.. littliiM'.'briiiL'iiiL' with them vim. so lovingly and firmly, kindred spii its. demand was refused and the nianufat for consumption, Dr Kmu's N'ew Lift' Tills, The Nobbiest & Most Stylish vi' icsolved to buy no mote Arnka Salve ami Kleiinc Hitters, mid have Sand for a Samlo Copy, twrvis Price SI a push and capital, while eveiy day the Wesley's system, grafted on the one in Slock of n.er hindled remedies that stll as well, or that Year, or 6 months for 55 conts. l"TO '" the Louisville market. resouices of this wondrous pen-- which lie had been reared, is has l given such universal satisfaction. Wu do not , and inexorable. It could easily become insula am being discovered; and its be-htsittte to Kuariinte.' them every lime, and wo Our Girls. foreuiiktiowncapibilities of new tw unendurable, in hateful and ambitious stand real) to refund the purihase price if satisSemi-Weekl- y Kitty is itt). Comfactory results do not follow their use Thise Nettie is prelty, ductioiaie cnstantly flopping out, to 'hands. There is cause for thankfulness remedies' have won their great popularity puril) could that the men of authority in that sect, l.ntic is cute and small, the deiight of tho lucky nettle-inon their merits A R. I'tiui), drutCKis. Irene is a queen, A liflv mv loliiiiin paiier. uublisluct ever) luis a dozen of my fiiends have been men "full of the "Holy (.host" mention, is pit, Annette who asa uile, and have used their autociatie' The Verdict Unanimous. und 10111.1111S the 41111 r.il nnv. it hver Lroiigluto thi nl ol Louisville, now open ill) and vho oc.n'nt to be rigid heie Mlec.r tho ball; Nell is the including the world renowned W I) S,.U,.lruggisl.ll.p,.us,lnd, testifies '. ,lllne lml brulu Diana is wealthy, have no inoiv business risking life ami power with wisdom and moderation, can recommend KltUric Hitlers as the very best llirtha is heilth), We were gladdened no little on Fii- happiness of those dcaiest to them, tl.e KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO 'S. HATS ' remed) F.very bottle sold has given rebel in ev Price $2.40 a year, or O months $1 25. And lienltli i the best nf all. in the uncertain climate of Kentucky day last with a telegram announcing the Sample copies free, Andulsoni) own importation of Knglish Hats er) case. One in in look six hollies und was cured health Ueps her rosy and radiant, beauI'erfett than they have to do any other wioiig'8pcedy arrival in Hartow, of our dear tiful ank blooming, sensible and sweet. It Is se- of Hheiini.ttism of io)i'ars standing."' Abraham elegant line ol Canes and 1. on'. ol and Caps An Fine ignoiantly or wilfully. fiiendsJohn Woodcock, Will Ferguson cured l.y who esomc habits and the use of Dr. Hari,driigKi.l,lltllcvllc.Ohi0,ffirii.s.lh..l.el ",e l'i"'""' Ciltbrulcil Umbrellas atvvi)n on hand thing, Cirtl.e ..re valuable Addre, Florida ranks the thiid Slate in sugar and his sweet sister May. We me look. 1'ierce's Favorite Prescription llcrtha takes It, selling medicine I have ever handled in mjsio " Thous uids SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, CAPS, and she also "tukes the take.'' I he only jjuaran. sears' experience Is F.leiuic Illlters Ill tell yeais it will bo, ing for them by ui.il molasses. tinln. ' "K f".MMKKCIAI. ISA.KI K CO , , A. ,...- , .li.ir.k.lnn .illmpn, - iipciliar ofoihar, have added .heir te.iinion). so .hat the .kn o ,i.. Clnilnii.ti, Ohio. Friday and Saturdav weiedismalday Iie.'u cursr .01Satisfaction or your money rclurnrd. ucrdict iMinaninious lint Kleclric lliiurs do cur (ilo.es and other Fur., u spcctalt) Orders out o. 1. In oranges it is bound to be king! omen, sidenf city solicit.sl, perfect sa.lsfacllor guiran-teedifeases of llio l.iscr, Kldne)s or lllood. Onlv '""' ""' "i1'"'1 1,,m houI- with an almost unieniitting downpour ''. always; .. .,in,linn or sick Vti vr UvLTf l, I'le.ldcnt. use Dr full Don't tall toorderuN'OIIUY HAl' tl ly e "result nl We Weie kept close plisOIlCIS to ',srie' Pellets; I'urely Ve.etable One a ilo.e hilfdoliir ilbottle at A It. IVuii)'. drug stnre Kmiarb S in tiers above" all competitors. And AN EI.IHSANT w though its llrst settlement tlatuH lucktt'.M vears, it is a fact, that mi iiiimviiHi din . . . . . .. tlrict. loosely stv led "Tlie l.veiiiiaiies, has ,10t t. oil been surveyed, lisyet. That . i . i. now unsui vejeni anai uuseu.e.. i point o. If. .1 ft 1.... 'II f . preuui, on. u.i.v. ine.ci.nMiiawiu. wave with solid plantation of eoeonnut , . . pa...., mnnp. ami pineapple, am. oe. per- hips, the most valuable possesions of "... the house, und we bran to be in ti'rror lest our friends should arrive in tin. muisi o. tins mucous ep.souooi unworn- odwcatlicr. Illlt till- skies lire bright 1 DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. I. ave FARM FOR SALE! - I .III.. II .!.!. t Some fear we will - e .....i ..!..,. , ......:.. . w f I .... :f ,. ..... . ...v., .. ,n.., ...III.. ... i.:.i l.,..... ..i,.tr lilt Itlli IlllUlllllkl llll.l IIAI ll1lltll 1..1-..- . II ... to shame by leaden eloudH and tlripin .....,.......,..,..,- ..r..... ,.u .... v... ,ito expert. We have ordered our mail up from1 Nap cs; but sloop e.xpiim ....k 111 - i ..uM,clter allbrd to buv it next summer tUf ., ," . ..... . ... . ... ,' . - " .f to jU, . no ice this ., . .,, ... ',. , - Orihd..ke.li.r I .,,,,.... Si..nf,.rd and Cr.ib Walnut Hat For particulars. - ,, Stanford, OiTice SUROKON tir.NTISl. - Knti ckv. ouih tide Main, tuoiloor. I)pst St. " 0lr of wo crat.urc.aru, r.,: " """" , . ale """ ""' THE NAPIER HOUSE, LIBERTY, KY., 1 FOR SALE! I I" ...... . fanpr , thp w,jy S IXTVUHt S ' 1 ... hnno - 1m Spt-c.a- l - out-Hid- - to-da- y Attention, 1 Burners., s 11 A. S. PHICE, (ast-tf- j is',i,, j LTJMBEBi YARD! I National Garment Cutter. I 1 n i. j two-year-o-ld s 1 ml iiiue-v.nts- s ...... ... (. -- t ..... i j PHOTOGRAPHER, a lim-ii- l 77-t- f. OFFER. water-colore- d i d WOOD WALLACE, J . self-de- -j 1 I j LOITID Mio" CO., ' , Court-Hou- se i 1 j pound.-Harrods- burs vv Courier-Journa- - ..... 6)-t- , ! pHE GALT HOUSE, POSTED. vv 1 1 mat-mm- -- - l- - - -- i i i.dx(i . - " " - lttii ti,L to'.''1"1 ' min Khhan, vV: - . 100-fol- .l t , ..... ii -- - '' ... 1 K. HI3CT03ST, -IN- ; General 3Icrchandisc, -- . i 1 1 r iv 1 . I - ke j "' mr ""' C v nt r I , i l) J i " Cou.t-Iloiis- j I "l,' "ket "'w February 4th j . I bride-elec- j d - mm. I I I t, , 1 - i disip-poiiitine- i GEOGHEGAN, I . I 1 - - I SUCCI-SSO- K i net-woik- n o ti.-s- I lluck-leu'- s 1 iion-cla- d I , The . 1 j mercial Gazette, ril. oil-han- d, .1 !matb9 5 to-da- y; I I Senn-Wcek- "! '',,,..,, I s V M....v-....t- -' d I hctd-ichc- . ln 11 1. 4 J ...... i!L& , j-- .. n TtWifv. a"R --'t S ' A ' if i Semi-Week- ly Interior journal 22, 1880 Stanford, Ky., Januahy 1 W. F WALTON. r ? i Tiik poor, deluded negroes will learn attorn while that the republicans care nothing (or them except to use them to advance their own selfish designs, und a million votes. that when they demand that their days Tiik public printer's report shows that as hewers of wood and drawers of water over L'v.'iOOO.OOO envelopes were printed shall end and their rare be lecognied and used b) Senators and Congressmen in the distribution of the olliees their during the, thst half of theolst Congress, votes have secured, their right of sufprincipally to send out speeches, many frage will be either eurtailed or entirely of which were never delivered. The magtaken from them. In an interview, nitude of the otlice can in a mensuie be (eu. Mnhone, the renegade Virginian, ; on l .. :. !.. ...il .i.... !. ...t u u .. . w ho rode into prominence- and otlice on " " y t0nS 0f VW Hill It ami that ill the shoulder of the rolored people and the lust six: months, besides millions of of the whites who are as unworthy of copies of other work, it has printed and Virginia's birthright as he, says "the bound SUtyiOS ltook. As has been reidea of the negroes demanding cabinet marked, this is a great country. representation in Harrison's adniinistru- tiou is too absurd to enter in any degree Ukkii. Nkiiois, of the Olive llranch, into the factorage of the ioliticnl situais somewhat of a Mulhattan himself. He tion. Theie will be no colored men in 45 j oars ago .1. H.Wilson pass-eHarrison's Cabinet. The time for that Tiik Times Tattler tells a story w hicli savsthat (low n the lVirj villi pike and saw I do not approve if true should raise "lien." Bradley in lusnotyet arrived. a negro named Lewis Rogers building a of colored men thrusting themselves the estimation of everybody, who, unfence. List week he passed over forward as candidates for prominent po- like us, aie disposed to think ill of him. stone to He was in the next room to two demo- the pike again and saw the same negro sitions. Myndice is to the nemo repairing the fence, lioth remembered address hi energies and enterprises to crats in n Frankfort hotel, who thinking industrial and educational matters until they wore unheard by others, were dis- the former otcasion ami talked about it. This is very remarkable if true, but that Mich time as they shall undoubtedly be cussing party men and party measures in places of tiust a mot confidential wayandNijing many "F" is ii long, crooked letter and we fear qualified for the higher our brother has fallen somewhat in the and emolument. If the negro persists things they would not have hnda tepub-lica- prevaricating. hear for a good deal. In a short habit of in putting himself forward unduly he be-- t gen- time a servant came in and told the will nlienato his best friends. The Tin: Louisville Times is not far from minds of the North and of the republi tleinen that a sick ladv In the next room wrong when it says that there is a great hood. ..... .. .. Irwi.l -. .11. 1. ..:.... I. !. ,,. Al II ,. ,,.,..... . .1 ....! u.t.t ,an party icei .!. ..e .s .... request,.,, Five democratic members of the l..h (Um, of h, n, shll carry, for so feelN.natorHoaraudothertwlou.ll v. They hushed up ami next ,.,.,: u,....s,,.., i.n ..... West Virginia Legislature have refused1 ..u.. ... ... morning were very iiiucu cnagriiie.t imu great men who aie ai t.tts t, H(lnlksion of r,al as n Matt. ,)t.. to sign it call for a caucus by the demo aillilll mill ii whs ii (jinn uinuiKc .cii. itr.ittiev its me steK i.ttiy, tie ji.iv- - cause there are some .Mormons inert1, lor crude majority. Disinclination to supmake him a participant in a luiiction of lug adopted this ruse to stop the talk to it is noticeable that those solonsitt Wash- port Keiiiia for .Senator is aigiiisl as government which requires intelligence which he was an unwilling listener. Hul- - ington who are mot given to the prac- the ciiuc. ilemocnitsiif the Hoiim' got in and a judicious use of franchise to dis- - h for the general' tice of fornication ami adultery are the their work by passing theSpringer "()m- properly." Let every coloied charge Ii is going the rounds that Col. .im bitterest opponent of Moimmiisiu. i ....uibus" bill, which provides I'linbliiigacts i '.iu . i...... iSn..d. luuiili.r- ru.T Illltl. I.IIW them well and bear in mind the predic- -' M. Hunlett, revenue agent at Omaha,, Twhivh months auou down WiMsui- - for the admission to the 1'nion of the . tion that the lepublicans will endeavor lias ilecliiietl an oner oi a saiaiyoi m.uooi sjjj tw )U)(j sl)jlMnilv covenunte.1 two D.ikoUs, .MonUtiiu. WHsliiiialon ami me iee ot mui cuy, niier ii.trns- w .Me.Nlco. never, not even Imrdlv ever, to to corrett the "mistake" whenever their, menu walk NMintor Ingnlls liss uptHimteil a votes are no longer necessary to their on , makes him :. ...t out of the revenue marry. Hut nobodv hud asked them to ' !.. t... n't.... .s uirti'.. in ...v.... i.i... ,.ii .lii ifLll. electum lease of powei that time, since then nine have broken -- I'w'hI gimnl to Html uxer. the t. .... . . brilliant Colonel intends to return to i In. i vinisiiin I inniriti . two are n mo-- returns ami oreveni uieir tneii. nn Tiik Women's Chiisti.iu Temperance, Keutuckv ami pndably to his old place tills in breach of itntinNe stuth and the republicans, having out e stolen the Tresi I'lilon pit'sented to the eiinte last week on the Couiiei ..loin mil. If this irovo.s other is trving her best to entch on to deiicy, nre always expecting mmii a petition signed by 4,17,7-J- persons, true we will have one cause for gnttitude Inaughtvmuii. There's no fisf talklns. ' eNe to do it. asking the bodv to enact stringent laws, ilmt the rads put us "in the soup." It thev will all do it. .lohn (JrtH'llwall, who killiil I piohibiting the nianufactilie ami sale of would be good toi sore ejes to see Weeksin Ihooklvu, is the lirst iiiantolu ' The stack ol paper was so el taking down the pioeeedings of ti Tiik llielunoiid Register s.iys convicted of murder in Now York suite t large ears of the little of the iintcriitied V. Rowland, of Boyle, will be elected the new law inflicting death by elet tnt convention high that even the jackass, Ingalls, touhl hardly be seen if- - Kentmkiiiiis again. elerk of the Court of Appeal, ami we tv went into elleet and a toM of it will ' . ter it was piled upbefoie hmu .enutor '" '"'I'- - t Uows whereof it af- - iikl. 1,0 made in his .se. Ti.Kten.lerd.ea.tcd board of pardons Itiddleoerger was the only man to open ..i our own ,ias. ii. .vicuieurv, wiio is i.i ..... ..... :.. niiiM-- , ui ,... ""'" m uiiiiMumii i.ihis mouth. Hes.ud he believed heaitily law to take itsinn m ha the case of .Maever nm.lv to ahl his ruiisdtiiuiitis had course in NEWS CONDENSED !.. .1... jmisswI in t ongress iat week special iiiiiiv iikiii i"...'" lint lit .. .r..llflMl J.,:, ,... ..i, killctl I....- t.... weiik-- i . .. w X...I.V..., ....w . .11.. ii.. . . . . . . to put himself on moid as eiei ii.tii lien Washburn will succeed .veiia- acts yrantini: II. L. M vers of this nliuii. iiuiuieii sicp'ii.tiiiiic rs aim itien iiivii in i.t ; omiosed to anv such legislation, he1.., her ouine bv burning their bod it tor cnbin from Minnesota. ami Samuel I'etrev, of ('rub tlichard. , hide has never been accuse, of aid-- , an, lRr nUM)( f) ((ijuh jw ,Riun wjn Senator Thl. .,,011 Vernon ignal. eteiy, tkslicated pei.sion.s.-- Mt. , iiiK the cause of prohibition nut her Hum "l.tXHI -- Nwr Cuiubeil.tiid (Sup, Ju.lge Clny nves in it. imnrisomnei.t. It seemsto1 '" sl". Utl-- , to furnish the "teinble example lot us , j Turner shot ami killed Calvin Watson, a unwiitteii law that 110 moie wo- - , The W. Va. Senate has taken 7 He loves his bitters too well. advocates. lots without chain e from the result of citbten of Hell county. Tlie hang. 'men shall the . row occurred in it stiloon on Yellow Turk Tin: Louisville Tost is authority foi "(i nil," the voracious if not veracious Tttentv.,w. ,(c.,.sons weie killed bv and the victim was shot 11 times. A the statement that the leather lunged newspaper says that tu. ,.M,l0i in the llv.le collierv in mob is likelv to avenge the iiturdei. .... IKH.. i. WL'IIIIV Jlll.l Oil. un umj lt'lt.i.ll.... .1.. when Pocahontas was voting she used " ..!.... .v.. .... It taken nearly half a column ol . ,:, notspeak as they pass by. Cause whv" t)) , h M(I,ilr, t. IHMMim space in the daily newspapers to an tt ItecauseitisallegedwhenDennv asketl .,,., , tlu. ,,,,,, Ull, ,1Irllio.i.ei- - OI1 the Mast IVnm-- xt. Railroatl, nmr nounce that John L. Sullivan is drunk ISratlley by letter to endorse linn for ths- - smts. If John smith has .,n deston-- ' k()VN jt. c&c. again. If this brute t copied more tiict attorney, the latter said he wasn't ,,.lIllh woithyof the it.iit.e th.-- will wipe. x,.w V)jrk yiMlmW mVo abol- - spare in jail anil in the liewsjHipcrs, 10 speaw out this foul slander on h.s savior with 'lslll;. ,,v ,llw in position to en. orseaiij ((f hUlVtM 0 ,lu. , Cruvkcil it would be to the advantage of decent foi-- ( of. The "general," doneherknow, is tlu. ,l)01 ,,f the slanderei. passenger cms. people. Frankfort Capital. Cheese, Ileef, posi low inn up a cold trail for a cabinet -- The Uuiisville gnunl juiy found IXaiiiiimtion of his aecoiiuts 4lu-e l IIM'I IClfit . . .ill tit. t II Ul. M.tt iJlll'W Hit irlV'll tiut Cienerallv. ..!..." .. """""' ind ctnieuts against !U keepers of houses ,, ", icath ,shown that II. P. ' Murslmll.and elect on sine before he commits much credit for work an the Mt. ernoii f l,,,M"Ut'""-- . tl. " ' . IM,I Iv ..,..,.. is SL.nl .....I that AI, .1. If. Vowels is e.t- KU. r, n i.j.wj iuui-hIV Wl LMlS.ll U llNWMl lift I) Inliii II....1. !.. V..lt N. Y., him (irindiTs.. UntcluM- KniM-- .. .sii;', ( 'u 1'iiiic ;iiii n IMIIU III u llli .f.w. iiit-i-i iiuri. UOing to bea Kilkenny tat light among titled to the lurgest shine. We had an er ot niooiieti ami imiung nnrMis, is tieiui to have been a defaulter to the amount I Slack IVimm the "leaders" and the fun will soon idea that the latter attended piincip.illy near LeiugUiii. of S70,lW0. His high church standing to the modi. tint ul dejiaitment. Hut no grow thick and furious. In the trunk of a miser who diod at precluded suspicion during dm lug hits matter wno does llie e.iitoual vvoik. It Now Orleans weie found 100,000 in life, exchitnges me warned ag'tinst the j (,(J. , , ,u,, Orit Sweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, c( retaiy lid Hopper poured a gnl- inoiioj and bonds. Hat tstieltl melting and Keflning Con Honey, &c. Newsfiom Zttiiibar Mtv.s that the Ion of whisky into a well he was having I r begins to look like we are to have ji.iiiv, of Ciiuinnati. They aie frauds, not - boretl on the Latonin groumls ami after all tho mission the Record has found out to its soirow. war sure enough. The (ieiin.ins in Antltsiire inintisstteit'iug one or two drinks hud been taken from theii coiiutiy. Record. It is loniincndn- - Niiium toie down the Aiiieiieuu Hag uiiil sioiiaiies Haidstown , The Havana cigar miikeis in 10 es - it ami the taste of the pure tnll b.Miit: , ble in our contemporary to expose this, binned it, besides ti tilting the ineii-liisl-fla.- g always and New Voi k aie on a on it, the icport of a whisky well spieail JjgfIVit'i-sfraud, but it would have been best to re- - mm with great indignity, making them t.tblishiiieuts in of " a 1,000. 'like wildllre and the watchman was strikg against a leduttion fuse their piopositions, without referen- - piisoneis and destioying theii pioperty. -- The Pullman Palace Cm Coiupanv compelled to get on the pump to keep 'I'. as we did. A loiircin that older, Let us hope oiii magiiilicent navy can res "1W " "l(l ll,llu'. i mis just iicciaiei us the well nom iifinu sioien. an "iul." inserted w ithotit an agreement settle, the matte as quifklv as it did for regular monthly d.vitlend of 'J jier cent. At Tiptonville, Tenn., the lather ol little Ilnyti. .ts to juice is generally n. tr. Iticli.tiil lucks, oi unit, quarieleii the gi.ooni conspiieti wiiu him to nun- Fi.w people renhe how in.inv of the with his sweethe.ut and then went home .lei his mother-in-lafoi the :m she On: correspondent whosuggests Rich-j- .. 1iiiiii.ui nice uiec.iiiieil oil b coiisiiiiip. legisla-tn.killed himself. Whisky was al the' possessed. 'The daughter itNo enleieil C. Wan en, l'.si. for the moie de.itlly ,otlm f jj. utrit-i.into the s. heme ami the deed was it verv iionuhir chord, for tion and kindred discuses, 111 JNCW o. ftiiinivtiiivi.vviivi.il. f t tn.kfiii tin. itiitti.l ., .'fit nut- noil tin ei Tin' .'Mill., is ,..n.l INDIJRTAKKU, in this countv as than yellow fevei ami cholera .... f. .. '..-- . .... n., ,.mi us iiii'iat than he. We Vorkthere weie T.ill deaths last week of Michigan A X. W. i.iilioatKiov. MelJon- - neighbois quietly pits ceded to the house ' '" msiuiipiion ami i., oi ,,, ,,,, , "' otu.rs vUro ki ed amlse- - ofthegiultv trio and Ilium theiii all to do not know that Mr. Wairen would at- ine propouion is even .nal wlinitM. i lit' iimiioi a t oiivcuiciii iret if tentleret him, pneumonia, cent the noinin.ition places. -- Mis. M.uv Hunt was sentenced at Kentucky Central has olluiullv we do know that if he would Lin- gieatei in iii.iuy othei but Paiis, Ky., to thiee yea is' impiisonmciit aunouiiced thai it has sold its ( oviugtou coln would have as capable, as honest ( 'ul ii n ("ii. w lii..iiitn 'ni'le Toiii'm niitl as tuieu lepresentntive as evei sat tlownnoon defel.selcs k'..iitii..Lv im.l m ,lu' l'iU'litiniy foi the killing of shops to the Chesapeake ami Ohio .imi that the new shops to he Imilt will not in legislative halls. will invade the sacieil couliucsot omer-- ' Ruk Thomas. Lexington, Hon. A. It. Ninith, of Ileniy county, be hunted at Covington. Tin. piohibitionists aie prep.uing to set on the 'J.sth. As the Kpistopaliiius who used to hen hlggrangei iiml oiii'l'u Paiis and Mavsville have all been sug- laeklo tho tigei in his l.iii. as it weie s.iy in their prayeis, "(iood Loitl delivci pioiniueiit caiuliilate for lieutenant gov-- gestcd as sites. The icitson foi t hang They will hold u big ineeling in I.ouis-vill- us" fiom such a calamity and spate om eiuor, is tle.itl. ing is that the tiiMitiou iu Covington is Feb. IHuntl II, at which liens 1'isk people we humbly piny. - A blood j win is lopoited in ami that the policy of that tilv all the leading membeis anil Tiii. I'iiiiiingh.iin giuiui juiv failed to ress between rival factions in Sedgewick toward the iood is naiiow. u III 1m nicseiit. Then obiect, besides lllllll.l Vtlwillll vj(,,l, liponi'ivl1 lil J IWIULII county, Kansas, oei the location of 'a' The bi'ulgeat pottsville, Kv .onthe 'lit i ill iiiiwii 'l till wi inn , , ;))( , h , ther things, is to nominate a candidate f(i Louisville, St. Louis A. Texas iailiii.nl, for state tieasurcr. Eighteen of -- i Massicliusetts cities was the st cue of it honihlc catiistiophc, lent fill elleet. This is ncleai viudiiatioii . . . . ,,f " ' who did his dutv hiavelv have retui ned to the license system, af-- which lesitlted in the loss of peihnps .. Fi.oitinv fuinishesunothei iiist.uiie of . . . lil)lH'llllMl()ll al Ill's pljll'l' IMMIK'v, ail IN DKSl'Kl ( ''I'- te. trying p.ohibition, while seven cling over .'Olives. The .ontra. to.s toi the ti,.. old and L'cnerallv adopted way of ami icaiicssiy. I II IJuiMJll ('jiskl't tllllt fiM't III III tll'M'l l - 111' naiMl'.MI)- hi itlge on falling to iceeive the jiay thev j to theii old love. A , ,,, ,., K at locking the stable after the horse is sto-uinllit(l, Intl., h.ls just in tho claimetl tiied to pievent the io,itl from plifd to il. It i.s ill'i'niols. They tire having cold weathei t'olls.rncli'(l ol kTI'M I'Olla MU(l leu. The .Jacksonville expeiienie ius ,.(.lulatt'.1 the- 70th iiiuiivui.uy of their Xoithwest. lu Dakota tho men ury using u, oui iiieiouiisgranic.ianinniiu- - wire flolh, v IPs lo nhsoluti'lN pi'CM'iil M'pni'atiuii. locaiiiueiegisiaiiiie nultUi op n expiession from them on the caused the governoi went down to 11" below zero and :itr bu-- tion and trains weie paPingovei it. ImU'I N hiiiiiUfiiiKl trimmi'il pi'iu'tralion. Ofi-oniM- ' to adopt ftiingcut health hoard ,,u.stiou now agitating the public mind, tlif together tiny the lontractois with a foice of I0 low at Moiris, Minn. regulations. "Is tii.ii tinge a failure," would be woith n is j Kni.ul.iy has begun men weie laving heavy mils itcios the Doin niMdi' ami out. m thai Un mail-ria- l The steainui something. tlraw to pievent its lintliei use, wheii of is olwiiivil IVom sjinii' as in Mn ui'oiiH'i' u cable between dalveston and of the Midway Run vim (iiiiison, Mexito. Its completion will the draw hioke nnilpiecipiliiti tl the men Si sow was the --'7th .inuiveisaiy of Clipper, is Hatteringly nieiitioued foi the legislatiiieln Wootlfuid and the people the battle of Mill .prings, when lieu. lnsuie raiid telegraphic communiiatiou 10 ftmt below into the'wnlei. Some ofi aifil ..nbat county would not only honor a ' Zollicoller was killed. !en. I'rv elnfins between this countiy, lluuiios Ayieriand thum weie ciiished u inatiuud by the maml otlieis weie ....... l iii.tii but do themstlves t retlit bv bv hinisolf, but tit. n nc jiiv. doutits othei important points In nnlh Ameii-- i falling thiibeis .iiid Write lor Vatuloyue uml full Uifnrmullon. fUW?JSOVDrL.L.C., , t diovviud. about it, him luting - to be the opinion of the pen sion sharks nnd that when Harrison succeeds the honest and watchful Cleveland, that the bung will be knocked out of the treasury barrel nnd pension money will How to every who can prove by perjury nnd otherw ise that he had the remotest with the auny during the war. We hope the.v Jw ill be mistaken, but perhaps our wish is based on a flimsy foundation. Certain it is that we will not have again soon so watchful a guard of the people's rights and of their treasury as the man w ho retires from the White House March 4th. That he will he faithful to the last moment is shown in the manner that he examines every bill sent for his approval. Only bust week he vetoed three pension frauds that Congress would hae imposed. In the first the soldier had lost an aim, but the records showed that he had deserted twice and had been absent 14 months without leave: in another a soldier died LSI.. ... !..., ..n ,. Ir1nii..l, from small- pox not contracted iu the army, and in the thin! case too man was diowned while out sailing for pleasure, long after the close of the war. Will Harrison overlook sueii steals; We verv much fear that lie w ill. cotlee-cooler- e n, con-necti- It bccuis Thk machinery necessary to the election of n president of these United States Is rather complex nnd com plicated. First the peoplo ote for electors the Jlrst Tuesday in November; the elected electors meet at their respective State capitals the "id Tuesday in January and chose the man whose ticket they represent for president;) on the Rltli of February Congress counts the oto and declares the result and on the, 4th of .March the successful candidate is inaugurated, will be the man, though Cleveland has 150,000 more of the popular vote and the rads are in the minority by near half liar-rison The American Protective Tnrill indulged in n little dinner nt tit which 75,000 wns incidentally chipped In for tho good of the cause. Thomas A. Fdison thinks that he has been swindled out of 1V0,000 by the treachery of his attorney in disposing of the phonograph to the Liverpool svntli-cute. Ao Mo ZDIRCTG-Q-IST PBMY, 5c V.5 ' vJE"WrE3XjEK. DRUGS, B00KSJSTATI0NERY, - "'" I r -- d i j I n ; 1 .. . 1 . ,,,,., FANCY ARTICLES, &0 There are 150,000 miles of railroad ,uic S. and each mile gives employ' I JnV l'h)lcun prev riptiom anucitely rompuiimlrd ment to at least live men, making an army of 750,000 men engaged in rail 1f BHtPlftttl V! roadiug. Adam Herks, who was whipped bj THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, White Caps last November at Sardinia, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. O., has brought suit for $10,000 damages against ID prominent citizens of High Krr brought to thtt market l'rtccv lower than W uhi, I lorWi and Jtelr) lie. the loueM land county. paired on hort'notl rand warranted Richmond, Va., has a sensation in the fait that a mulatto woman, who claims to be n daughter of W. A. Thomhits as, who left nn estate worth entered suit for her part of it. It is rumoied in Washington that (.Jen. Fit. Lee, at the expiration of his Of tho Buainoss of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in term as Governor of Virginia, on the "d of January, 1MH). will be appointed principal of the Virginia Military Institute. The Houo Pensions Committee reCartN, ported favorably a bill to increase the pension of Col. Frank Wolford and fixed -it at $50 per month, instead ot $70, as fixed bv the bill when sent to the commit tee. The projwjscd compulsory cdtuntioii law ior Illinois requires HiR'ciitlolllecrs to IlUJJJy Ilai'llCNH, 'WajJOll IlarilCSS, ItcapCrH, MMWCI'N, see that it is enfoiced, ami that all chilIJrlllH, Hay dren between the ages of "ami l.'i vu.trs ntteml school at least 10 weeks in each Harrows, Plows, Cultivaters, Engines, Threshing Machines, Clover Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Powers, Hay, year. James MtCoriiuck, who lives near Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, Maysvillc, shot and killed a burglar who All ot hnh arc urclullt cle ttl liom ttr SiantUrtl UmuU( tofir o ihn tHiiitf v who was in Mi t'orniick's stoie, nnd whoj ' proved to be William Harrison, the son of respectable parents in the neighborin the rTHlTOjte?) l. ttl if7V''BS,m J, "? GEO. D. WEAREN, Mangr' Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons Kond Carts, Speeding Buggies, j i Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Log Wagons, Rakes, Grain Corn Planters, i ..; , I j T. R. WALTON ft SOMERSET STREETS .1-1- . t y- j .... ( . -- . . i . . 1 ' 1 4 -- C'.-J. ami-litpioi- :: MM , icd-ho- ('. J ...... i i. . . STAXTFOUD, KEITTUCKT-- - -' - . -' i , l i '" - SEASONABLE ) ODS. well-know- n liii-t- ' co.ie-pon.le- nt, I 11 ,.,. -- Vl)-m- ....' ,., ,.,. Currants, Citron, Haisins, Oatmeal, Figt3, Concontra- , tod Coooanut, Gelatin, Corn Starch, ChooolatD, Extracts, ., le-?- s 1.0-i- t.n Wheat, Hoininv, .llaccaronl, Dried Canned hoods - . 111 -- I u .- - ll-- W -- - : '" l- Smiic( j m j ,:,,.. ,,. J -- I j rcsi-misi- hlt i I I. Walton. j nl x ,l Bo K& hi-h- - TIIK WEA1EE I ' 1 e, j -- piog-.hig- h i '! u'-- ( school-hous- e. 1 1 .... -- V 1 S N I 1 j th-n- 1 l.ij-in- g Coat-aepco- s, ic. i- - BRYANT & STRATTON Business College (Yi u 4t l.i.wl ws. KM Semi-Weekl- y InteriorJournal 22, 188'J Puhk buckwheat flour at S. H. - - Myers. 11. Hamilton gins. bU(1 plowH ut W. Hig .S. Stanford, Ky., January La dim' underwear In ubundance ut H.Hhanks 1C.O.WALTON, LIUM. MUnDROf IMbltHhod Evory Tuowlfty rand -- AT New stock plow gear, wagon harness, etc., at W. II. lligglns. Friday A. J. Knap.', tliu noted obtichin is nt the I'ortman House. I end his "nil" on Miss Kmx.v Dodii asks uh to state thut she will open a private school at Mt. Xenia on Monday, Feb. 11th. She solicits the patronage of tho coinmunity. 1'nor. Nm.km, Normal School at Waynes-burg- , o learn, meeting with even is, better success than he expected. lie ban 4.r pupils and the number is eon-Htant- ly ! -- I'lOK Y1CAU.IN AOVANOK thin page. When no! ao paid $a.BO "ill t CharRed K.C. Twin lr 41 LOCAL TIME CARD. HowUnd it j 10 m , rii.irnlmi 6 ,i. in. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. increasing. Mall I win going North, South " Ktpfct train" Soulli h Noith North Leal Vrel-- fht South The Utttr iratna alao cart) pa O.v account of failing health, Mr. Mark I Jipm II3TP" Hardin has decided not to go into the . . )i;"" grocery business ami 1ih sold the goods 6 jo am lie purchii"ed to the various merchants enKr. here. His physicians have prescribed r life anil he will like-l- y The nhove W calculated on atandard time, Solar for him an time ta annul 10 minute faater. try fanning awhile. His legion of .IJ Jipm out-doo- MEANS BUSINESS. w.T.-ni- j mid itwclrv rcoaired warranted. A. It. lVnny. Tin: best place to buy ilrugs, patent medicines and toilet articles is nt A. K. Penny's. Ht'v vour school books, ink, tablets. and school supplies of all juijK'r, kinds from A. It. Penny. Yout account is ready and need the I mean you. Kon't think this iiMinev. is intended for some one else. Penny. ! friend hero aie sorry that he and hiscx eollent wife are to leave u Tin: hop given by the colored young men of this city at Odd Fellows' Hall Illlil s 1 i. them lo ii.u itrfc sm nrtUr ffrtiw (kRi eiuJ ll or xjMMit with gixslly Riiiouut of which w,v)i, P. Woods Friday mghl in honor of their .itu.t ihcMiiUmTi will kuiuh-- c piM.ai.t here sod still theie an Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture meti ami iniert-tiri- a Mm. John Smii.ky, of lnHiniioH, . .. i in... u ni-lamilv .... - ... ..i i : . . w .Nr rill IS, uprintetiiliil '"" in t i.iiii- aiiii i ' ....!,.nil uiriiiuii. ' t. n led the Utrktl of lits nwiit, Mis. iIkhm' hIiu think I hat rnilnmil- - an "Ul ' M'l.... and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods ...! ......wl. I III" 1lllipE l.Tfjll I llllnJe'll .iniiijFi.r.i Had the tax been , helpful to a town. Mollie Mvt. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conMiid their respects to Mi-- Mirty . i ... . ... t .... . m.I vi run li .. I IU .l ll.tL .1.....I.I - i a ! i urn il " ' as ! vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. l' " tl,,, M""1 evening . '.".... . -- .!i...i-: 1....1 .1 - . " . .mi , "-."'"iniw-w-'- j ; . ..i.i DrtnciiiL' and the new tan ne I i . i - amili t hi ihu which wiiiiiu nnvi' iii..... Idl,t 11 till Xl'llf.tll VI Ik fill, f II .1 Vol u lngtoii ' J ()n Suiida ihkIh, Dttt'iubir ; (h, in tht tinvn ! movwl from ; it" .. the monthly my roll at least, Mn .1.11. STnK ufMiiMforit. K .a HI.AtK IlllkSI-- . .ibout iS ' ' .. V. il i i iuu! ti t lii ijiiii m 11 f Itt llurnin. itffMillt ...,-,-- i tW . . it h.ml. Klf.k e va. r.tl.l I....I. Klll.l f ... . ullila .mill mum. uos piito-h evenina was spent. On the '"" tar ill thi t.rehciiil anil mm n niM. II carrivit in .mi y heavi, a little .mended He in .ii ui I'VimitiL' Miss Mi'IUmi Aihlllliellttfltuilieil hi tail, which n . a hili lied to a aide lar IbKIS). coinparati c!y . r Win ki r.iu'a.'ri In in lJMtevwe n-1 lioiupsoll, Jes-- e A SmiHWIU the a at her home on new, with blue . loth limm:- - lltnlct the State I will i.--J uf for the reioter) ..f th Hlnmrty lanw lUwk of .. i..l,i,,,iwri,.l .irliooii.1 i..,ii,i..nr' .1...- I,..,., .1 . ,.. . .....I il .. . -... .... .... I Ii.. reward $v, and kivv u, luigv!) K....... .......... thief J h L If e .V vi i. Hi. Stanford, Kr v of the lolnitsl hop cltili.tmik tlie Danville helf same evening Mios Pitirl Phillips, of Suuitor... Mis lUrrm orehestni, which lie had eiigtiKed for the, ho lives mi Danville Avenue, treated a well. .mi. t .if Mr. and Ml. J. C. Cold dance, to the editor's lesidence Thiiin niiinbei of her friends to an elegant tea. 2S1T A.. l.h.iUaa tlituwii News. . . il... tlta, .. Hit- day nivrht, ami giive him .1 delightful l'nnr parties one night is certainly iinlicMi.. hi Uerenade. Consldenni; the manner hemtiveol the fact that there isa boom in 'V ... mown -- ......... i 'lm,bts.n ,m , With regard to the ' which foi awhile reined to have ,nt. Mr. and Mit. Alien Merle. IIoum", tho .ouiplhnent was the ' M.,. luting with the things that were i),htk )o Ms- -. Hi.mt. S. L n i: went to nmi hem n1(H.iHtll(it iwrt tmt This is a change foi the better. . k ail.l leill.e-- ei" ' f,,. , f,M.in tmulr J.j,,, for it K.lltll. I II I 1. l. ....!.... CHURCH AFFAIRS. lKCti.it ii t;, ienn uou t lNirtman Hihim.i (ittllll .iliiinioj . ...1 " .Mkl.ltlli.l .! llltl." " Itwasaveiy kind and thoughtful act, Vn ilor 1, K W. linker and A. K. L. Tiniuisot, ii. Crow, of Pichmon.l. er' h r.ni(;i I .iuiin moil .if tin K. .mil despecially in his piesent ismditiou, ami William I of refra. i u.tn.4.'it nf ltUe t .11 .in.imalic KMi. of Mt. Vernon, all bow I frlrinls hu llmnks him Mini his excellent music x ill jmsich at the Presbyteiiau clmieh iiui.. I a.. mi ttion frit ,111. Nitruis of till pspet. were in town inakeix very htsirtily. uii-h- t at the next Suiidm morning and ! relax. usual hours. III rmiii ro I'riday morningi l)fsKAI!l 'CI... .......I..... ..f ii'ii.i.. ..... nf ill.. I?n Wi. are ul.i.l t note that Mr. A. W. ill" iiiiiiii" 'ii iillii.ia.tlta ". . .Ilia... Murphy, who hves near shot as Montiiottiery, who Hmn.h nmn sulHclently to Jowland was attending to her . . 111 the head, bus iecoveiv.1 llm.lnj. th(. ,,,., ,,Illurvfmm 4,,. gu.jP. U.,... (11 Jla.f- -j fjp Wil.i by the.. hold alhnis . iilH) to .S.lHKl.lMM. . ,ie Ills room. ilaiigh-. . .. . T Mis Lmu ItMi.uv and Mr. J. -. Scietinis ol her lilt e . . Kl.lnr Milt. in hlltott. OH'Mili'llt of the .. ' w lio had been left hi an adjoining.,.. AI ve. uirerlnr sliteht John Urn. e, who liKve Kuksv I h school, wn hero Mitunlay mi mil -.dfer fortitor. .if a.ili nn ll.uiKh.iiai), deed , we nt.li ettro of another daughter1 , . we nre gnul mom in the ,,. pneittnouiM, iv, ernon, wlieio he will s wav Tor ... visirs old. On go- -' who is sunn. .IKoiicSay, 4II1, 1889,! in sji , puiich once a month this ;year, . ing to the itsjin was found that the , nale has eoilrtniwsl the promo-ju.Tor .. 'der J. (!. Liv ngstdti has hwn I '.mil) .our! I'ttj, the hruk Inilldinn. on Main at , r iiuiiiKi- - nun ueiun e.iuiHK pieneh at the . in- - foritrjvU.o.pii lj A K. P.nn and J adru i..r hi cnptHln by the PrenWeiit of l.t. Cllllii Alurikliv I'Mitl. unaniniouslv called oclucku.ni Utween ivt inifiita.li it lit ..I..... ..1. ........ .......... .tofaUlt ... ' T. liv J..,-p' llll.vtllHH p.... "' t.anun! lie i lerma Oim- third caah: baUme ill u niontha. l Ills services .1111. an ..c w.. l.....il.U. I... in. ul ll.ut :, ,s.l-lUiliv of .'l- 1. .riMr.1 uf .Manehi-4e- l'. :d Sutulav of etuli well .etiired II.,Imcretl Iran Sdale sale N, M S IIAL'IJHM J K The olderdaughU'i-lef- t theie are Oil the diisl in h few hour Uai-- i mora iai td Mn J. M. Cum 11, moflnte inlitor of the eliil.l itud month. J. N. Howling has accepted the 1..1.I w. in I., wns Sttt-- I hud tlioughtlew.lv ..1... m Itev. pivaitiiiliei, and in her ablb- i h "'"t plemwnt xentlc gme to the pastorate of the Itaptist chinch at ji.I.ij I Ul AsfU DI.I'AKIMI .N I, sence il had crawled to the Hie and getiimi.'iii. well an an nil niouiiil newsmjM'r The new chinch will be dediting too close it caught. cated the lM Saturday and Sunday in :n. 111 Office of Comptroller of the Currency, .In., has relumed New s. , Owst.r.s, Mn. J I i.i.i Disrii.i.i.iis C.frii!i:n. Depu- May. Kpiscopal statistics for 1S.MI show from Lebanon, Tenn,, where he has just ty I'. S. Marshal John New laud came in w MiiM.ioN. in.r .ii, iSsS that there tue I.V),trrJ communicants in completed bis law course. He will from Clay county Saturday with ISobeit, Wlicrija. with his family here foi anionthor Claik both white, the l'. S of whom li'.VilH) were conlh til- 1... iii.i!rai(.iiM.I .ttif.utor cMdencc,11 il lu. )i..i Hiiitl.. (lank uf .Stanford, '' in the after which he will likely pi to Texas whom lie, with heputy Collector Mci ed last year. The contiihutions dining " I hu Lincoln Wilmnalthe lounly ul llninln anil timnof s .infird, in . Ins the time were l l,ls:!,.V.i7. IS. and practice M.itc uf Kent.ncky, liat iomiluil iili all tlic pru-(ice, had captured some the miles from (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) ilie'Matiiiea of tin' l" luted Siatea.re-- ' .mna.f Kahnoiith, according to the Demo Manchester. They wVic partneis and iiiirc.lti lit tomIiel willi lielnre .111 .1aaoc1.1t ion ' KAVOIIIIK LINK HKTWrhN THT NOR 111 AMI SOL' III CITY AND VICINITY. had heen foi a number of vears mak cr.it, has a rival of P.wcil Potior in a 10 shall he .111th. unci! to .uniniim; the Imaiiiesa ol . num Aun ucvu nni cauc a.rt. ! iinTcn cvddccc gill, Mary Lemons, who can ing whisky on the sly at the point where , fin-ol.Min iiierei.irr 1, Jea.e i' AlirHll.un ilepiltj .mu kllllllCU CArilfcaJO tdaiuc ulliai.ii uii.un.iini., wi.iw n.iu na.11 uiiaani.U) is inninu ncTUccM muniUMATi I.T.crcepciNiit W II. Ilieuiits. Coiiiiurjllr of the Current), 1I11 caught. Their distillerv was out pleach a Methodist circuit rider. muni; th.it" I'lie I inc.iln N'ailon..! Il.inl. ul nereiij,N ' ' thev weie Rs' StanLcrtll) ,...., 1Ioi-.sfor lent. Mi. Mattie . . . . . .. the utility ol . . i,....,.,,,,,..,.,! tlllt J,.. l... She has a good oice and splendid di ford, in lilt) lonti of St.lllfunl, .. . Lincoln and Shu.-oKenuicai. u imthoried to Thrnnrrh curs to New Orleans. Louisiana and iionda Twice Dailv. i.. ..1 .1 s me iiuuicim ... mm : lommciicu tliu linainesa.if ILinkinu aM pruvidisl in lot of llanibuigs. 'grountl. .Mr. New land carried them di uery ami uer ro ived new ol the' Scition flflv.nue hundred ami THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. rectlv to I.0111I011 where they were tiled wisnom. l I. ....L 11. 11.1 ... I. . ta.MFiw .tin i.ill.ii. II. S. II. Shanks. mi. lin.iti irvieu iiaiuii. ni 111c inivu .mu... I .1 tl l.l'l. Ill tc.timii wheriHif, itiifv. my befoie Jmlge lans and held over in TIIKTI5XASSUOHT I ItiindaHil ao.il uf nrtlce llna jiat da) legulnrly for the "UVL r.i.,r. A sni.tll bunch of kes, I huge .")(X) bond each to the I'. S. grand juiy engaged lo pleach of liri'tmlMr. iU. Millershurg. If we J MIUAIIAMS, Church at J uml ;l small ones. J. J. McltobeiN. which convenes in Louisville Kehmary Christian f the Currency. I umptrolhT we should wait CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16,1888." .ii and tiucenswaie ."itii. Kuiling to give bond they will be were the elder lcgislattuc to gel no longer Deputy nd .itln lo .5. i ournaiiie Nkw goods iii lihtsa than tht!, net held heie till that date. lll.VX)T)f)W'X. ehanguil. A man with such as he hits at A. A. Wtinvn's "Model C.rocery." "TWAINS NOKT11 1 .RAIN'S SOb fllT FARM. Tin: unguium liypsy (hiartet'e, eanneve, siiccec mueh in this world flj Jf oMablished at .no a Nu. 1. mi. 4. .Va. 8. cosioi'Ktii: has been .a'o. 3. j No. 5. No 7. STATIONS. The tueetiiigiit the Methodist church Mile. Stella Long ami Mr. John Thomas, N.i, J. IKilly. DjiIv. Snider, in UockciLstle county, with A. A. a combination of musical talent which is glowing in inteiest and good eon Daily lUtly- ' IMily. ltly. DjiIv T.. hiin.l iiiCincinnati A'rv 6 ta in 6 41 pm id J a iii( 600pm 75snm,f7ve Kink as postmaster. 2 17 A 4 01 pur Stop There each lligllt. si iiwnrex nitii treat to tin. Invent nf .riMMtimis attend " w ijam Sjaamj i p in n ri n m 5,47pm1 9UP'ni .......Vilti.iiiilovir.Ie S to .1 " V r in 7 4 a iii; j o p 4 uniBimini,.... can melody will appear at Walton's Oiiera have been no confessions up to date, but Tins is positively tho last week ne 7 to a in, i 4,, p .... 3 41 a ' a m .... .....l.caliik'tflM 1889, loam 7oJPll 1037pm P 2, m 7 15 pm " S ptn'io5J 11 I by On ht have House, February ol'.i. The New London great good is being accomplished K U Ar 630.1111 7 10 pn 9 49 a m let my customers inn. Sinpni' 7 10.1111 l.v. I.iiu , Lou. S 4 41, pm ' l.v j 00 .1 ni 3 y p mi t to a ni with Journal says ol them: "They appeared bringing the meinheis nearer to Christ, l p tin prtiiiiai'Knf Xnilrew t' 'I in Var. dea'd i 37 pm 11 itn m 1050a m Ar. llurism in inonev so plcaM' come in anil settle ...Arr llurBln 50 a ni 317pm 5 45 ,. ni pm teuill,.ia the heir, of a.ild dei eilont, I'll a Uijpin 84a pin u 01 am 11 17.un I.vu ami exiiense.' lut night befoie a large and delighted l.iother K.vans will be assisted the bal , t jS a Dniiaille,... j pi. in in p m me niid tivfiid extmtionble piil.lt. million tn llic liii;liet hldder Ilia it ji pm i ty pm td .1 m 11 a l.t s 10 ni j si a ' .. . Jimcticin City iinpm la Ja m autlieiice. The wild, weinl music hv ante of the week by itev. J. C. Wright, iispm 9 u jj itunloy. I S ri 111 u. a in 11 p tn bomerMt ... J oi a in too pin oap 11 as " J.,1 in .()kd.ile . 9 ,1'.. ,, 5 ! '" 4ijani daapm ...... .1.... .!...... ll... ii.lll.ir this eonipany of in lists has been heard of Kuiineuee, who will a i rive . I o iy pin 7 aa ni . 179 Acres in au pm a; . About 4 ui a t " I 5 am o 40 p m Ar v. C'hmt.in."iii "if on having Farm i...f..... iI,, .1.1- rillhiH till! .Mill ""J- W" 1... s 4, p r 7 a a in ,... 9 to it nil 7 0Oi ni 1,'ve.. Clwlnn""!'.. , I I... !. ...... .".n,, uml it mil. 1IP1, -I- tev. V. S. I'ollitt is great the Metho . ..l.- t- In l,.il,l.l..l""vl- - "v""u ... 111. " in 4 47 a m ")""J 00 pin 9 49 in Ar'i.. . AttaM.i. ..";"" , nom, (), .,8 n,)Vt,Ilv 1). rt.1U(tjtil)n. S)MU, ehuichcs hnpiove.l. lie hail broke ins iiugu "ii" , Of Finu IlUe tiruaa Uuid, - 4) p ni 11 41 p ni 11 i. t in llinni..iili.m. im "".".' ,.IMri.i, here put in most n specta- - itti.iled imuiodiiiiely npiii. tin' SUnriitd Mml - l.a. I il ra aioiitni ins room on crutclies. wmsi.ioi-41 H.autifu, uu,luVlU)! ".'.'..'- .iiijii ill I to in lae In- .r..t,in nirnpil.', t initea fr.mi stanfaril iind IU r 4 ,...,.,.. .1 'i i..ri...-l.t- ,. imsi.imt.. mn I now pm 4,.iiii .,. II .., softest iiiiiiia.1 tore of tin- bieak the doctors , .. ingine I .. In mile ut NUvuood Station, .n tho Knoxville r I ...pill (l n i'" III II a ,1 linn I'l'lirt lilm nun iiuii nit" K .V V. in )HI M 11 '1 I r , in i 1 think this is doing luiuaiKimiy ni, wliirlii'ili.l nf U'.ni.l..... tli.i I lill'tllllshllln! DcniOCItlt tells Us tllllt "r.inili nl laIIh I.. IIIHIH1, It114 npun l.intolii aounty. miiii. " II j. ailll.lMlllM. "".-- MUH 1 m . lit' 1UI.11 a J O I ill .... i .. pm .. getting in his wotk on the Metho' ,i wflllnc, .is vmotlviil our 11, una inner auiuiDie ::;" ....: 4 1. I'.. v.iiin.. neonleof Libel ty will give, fill artists these Hungarians are, and each he is , of i,iilnii..n. I lie i In liiitliaime lmil.liiw.ind Monroe ..j ft m a i pin I 'in., iimuber on the programme received iU .111 chinch thfie, whitli is to he extend tnli' tit simple hiiIi uiinr.il nrrmn will 6 (Ml 1 d bop In their new cetirHiotiso on nim r'v. ,shrerii.rt nil I .111 pilli ll.lNVr. I'llia. alllll Hill fir lieil j share ol attention Mri et 111 feet with t"Wi r anil applause. The ed toward the i'ridav night next in celebration of its tin lirsi p.ii mt nt i. 111,10., Umilmr ISntTil ski (mm C 4r m illirui-JiuIil n I IMV Ii ill U tuiiiii - t.. 1. fumt oiiu . .in.l.i 't' I 1. U I l. i"' I Mu. ... Trost lmml horn i.eM.ig- - uuiipie songs and sketches of Mr. John IT IU Mil. .t eon.pletion. ,, lli.it ul SI ( W If I r H nt lb inii"V ''" lit- - v. ..,. Hi omas wem luuntflv leceived and h" add I ' nl 1.1 I t ,n has beon e"g V t ! Kii; 1)1 11 -- .i.n was ici mi. iia.Mtii Hint again isantif!) I. I 1 -- n of the prcsi.lenl ol waiigniers Tiiiioii.ii Mrs. i. W. Yancy, of jin Ik Coimse I iiright, comrrattv-i-neetster who is agent for the Tainiuerey College invited Iiim out to see tho girls POINTS. PERSONAL 0rder' "' f.'Sd K. i. land after ,lo..nin his most killingattire, of lliooklyn, Mr. Portrait . cs M l.x s I'ANION. far be N PotT- - went to tw..t....t i...u llliu .. ..r. i.,.n.i..i., ..i ' . . lll(.i llin 1....1 iaivii til't thev set nut. Thev hadn't u'one tenl.ty. lit., nt-.- . ..nivim i...rniii iiiu.li. nf .liiu fore a dozen iiistol sliols were tired hi .. ..t....m liv vhj-j-relatives datiL'hier. son" inorMas. I.iir Sm ink- - is l.iie. who died a venr! "'" ,,,", ' "president'ssucker, fellwhoseThe in Lexington. is perfect and shows tlly wounded. or so ago. The work h heen unite ill plainly ' wio, ticoige Kempf, took to his Mit.. John ti. i h.je.ei.i.redth.Mm... uf .nompctentccr the touch of a true artist. Mr. . ft IIIHU DUCK 10 liii!;oving, i MW s lllli . lieat AlalUl Imt " ?" ,ni1,1" I'mi.I.iv priUS II viirv lll,lllj Hid llli'i Miidsor 7 . ropdirinx to ... Cirriiicei, Ac Ijrit.ii Sam Sn masm kU III with.itiu ilittv number of persons to whom he has1 the hotel, where he related his horrible Work entr,ud tome Hussies my perwnal u ill " thine like iiiinuinoniavXiTaiViu:ri v. shown it p.onouiiceit the llncst work xpvrieiice. It was soon made to dawn ;,,u ii.. i . Il...w l.,ia rwtnrtUNl iitnn a ' tltev Iwive ever seen. on ins alleged iiiiuii mat ne nan oeen ' made it fool of and the next morning lie STANFORD wrs'k'a litttii in CfcvROLLER MILLS, Tiik pay tniui ptissed up l'riduy, lem-t- shook the dut of the town from his feet Mh. W'iu. M. Vtimb. of JiincUon CI, lug tllthy luer all along its line. At never to return. wtie in low n otnliiy. All pcrHin plenMiit life ..lid well winlunc ourmtbttrlian town, Kowktnd, the month-n- f lM-- wife let tht-Mn. A. M. Kiso iuc I'ulrBt Hour mud-A very enjoy- Pi.i:wr di Stanford R.ilkr MilU. Call for it Jt Jimrsro-ttr$10,(XH), a visit y mil rtiu up to neitrly iMtivill. , puhl thU ily aad if lhj have not not it on hand, tilitu tuii-t..ivi.li liv All', dllil Ml. Pm-iS,M-iet- ..l. Thursday night wasaniostorilerlyaswell at a thoroughly enjoyable one. A large number of lovers of thedance from n were prcent and we are glad to Tin: Ilariodsbuig !oys have just had state that although the town hall was. 1..... .1 .... 11. :.... .. --....:.. ..III.. "-.,.,b- "' 'deni.ilthem. the eiijojment after their """who'"" of his oer the .lisap,.o.ntment, was not dct.actcd from. er. limll,wll) A t0 dis-t.mc- e 1 EXTRA NEWS CONDENSED. Tiik report comes via Knoxville that the I, AN. has bought .the K. C but j ,,, ht q 1Q you had better wu it until It Is confirmed & ,n Uiu Vn, q ., nn- its truth. before you bet on ...... The united States Hihti: re MiitoiiKitrs again come tothe daliu left San Francisco Sunday for the front with an advertisement to run the Samoan Islands. A Texas mob and a sherilPH posse year round. Tlieso enterprising business men thoroughly understand the value of fought over a lot of horse thieves and Is Receiving His judiciously using printer s ink. seven persons were killed and as many ,', r T i mon ISakkii, colored, was arrested wounded. J he news has just reached London Saturday night for selling whisky and that when the Mahdis forces captured Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give , , . i him a Trial if ll ,: nu wun iiii.i-- uj i.iiiiiiuiii-- and sacked Khartoum, lien, (lordon was for trial. Deputy V. S. Marshal John speared and beaten by ofhcerH after his . New i anil s a hard one to outwit as be surrender and his body cut to pieces, who Molates the law will testify. XjE-A.SIn Mercer, Co. Mo., acouploof lovers . . E Htolu Ueiirj' Thomas' two girls nnd were Tiik managers of the Stanford Planing THAT Mills have decided to shut down after! making on" with them to a Uietnalireen this week on account of the want of pa- - when the old man overtook them and tronage. Our citizen don't stick to shot both to death, besides wounding home institutions as they should or this one of his daughters who has since died. IIAVK enterprise, which is a most worthy one, A mob then took the old man and swung him to a limb. would now be in a flourishini; condition, .--. Mrs. Minnie Hall, a voting widow, anotiikh miikkk. -- A (iispatcii irotii uml her four children were burned to N'ew York says: "Dr. Jasper llryant, of death in their home, near Hrooklleld, Woislblne, Ky., Siiw a ehance he thought Mo. Track of a man were found near to buy iwm in counterfeit money for lllu nonst. nn,i ol, i,t.jnvff,H0H.e,i resulted S170 and he eame here on the invitation n X)V arl,.Mt of janu.H A n0WH, acous- .1 l lliMiliirMnn In iri'L it. - Hi'llilnr- - ,!.. u,r .uib. mm, ...1...:.. hiiuwii 10 nave !.. 11..11 niiuiH 'if game on iiim ami H.un visiting her. son workeii tiie olil ' llryant only has a baufull of Hemps of pa Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchlliirh or low ta rill' does not concern per to show for his 5170. The doctor maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness made complaint at police court about his poultry, America's greatest industry, but Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the loss and the judge told him he was sen-- banter's magic chicken cholera cure and dispatch, fully insured. ed about right." His Kentucky friends, does. Sold "no cure no pay" byMcItob- - eye. 'Jt if he has any, will uuree with the judge. erts v Stayg. I I ; man-of-w- m.Jo MUPIilHYc MERCHANT TAILOR 'FALL V 9't i ii.i... and winter goods. i M'ROBERTSSTAGG observe W j A FU1LIL AgOMTMMNfT j t ,,-- 1 1 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. j I XKW .IIKKTISK)IKN1-- . . fnr Joi, ,.,,,, FOR SALE! I SEW FURNITURE STORE MAJK HiaFFMAKfo I3BD3Po oauVr Tbb-Appir- i - . (111.- - ,m i Mi-.- s ''-- 1TOTIGEI '" '7' he Isn I "' - i -"' - -- y, i indMl-wStdlirirl(sh- U ltl; at-'u- y, rt le-itt- .'. i 1 iMa-- .',,. - .. k ic-- - t- I.-- ..,, i r'-ui- '"" STOlLESr iii iii . I rer. a.. r..-- ". -.-.- .. - ,1 .,.,., IL-.- ,:. llv n ' tr 1 Ptos, i- J. APP,' Sliixigles SA.LE BI- Z im "T,, Hciii-i-W- Mii. i , ,, .,,,,,. 1 1 P -- j It.. 1 - 1 M. Dm. -- '''' n,n, M .' .. h- d 1 bi-e- tr, ,,,.,. N j n '. .,..,,., 1 1 Feb. "s 1 1 1 - - Mid-dlebur- BRUCE & McROBERTS. 1 1 Yo-em- ite in I j :$ QUEEN AND ORESCENT ROUTE. 1 ' pruti-sulon- i-- ' d -- M-vi- otf 111 f Jut I 11 alvty-liiii- o V I 1 1 Jj yJJJ I I - 111 r"-!"- 1 j ' Saturday, Feb. .".. 111 111 111 1 1 45-- 1 11 111 1 111 to-tla- 111 of 111 11 111 111 111 1 , i - ' j i . 1 11 I - 111 111 ' . - 1 ' 1 ' 11. Im- A 111 111 v jn 1111 . I . 111 M 11 , nine - '' u- - p IJ Semi-Week- ly -- fT . V" 'iiii' . l r ', ii '! Da.vvii.lk. Mr. Thomas AV. Llllanl, who has been confined to his bed by nick-nes- s The Signal office will be moved to for some days, is rapidly improvthe 0. Adams buildiiij. STANFORD, KY., ing. Klder II. F. Taylor having been -- ItLs believed thnt the Knoxvllle Di- Coiijj.i iiieiUciiicr., Ayur'a Cherry Pecemployed for all his time by two churchtoral is la greater tlcmnml than ovor. E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. rlsion hna the best record for running 2so preparation (or Throat and I.ttug es in the vicinity of Hurgin, has removV trains on time. wwiQJfo Troubles Is o prctapt In lt effuct.i, so ed to that place. The Kentucky divisRev. Milton Klliott, who has been ngrvviibln to tlio tnsti), ami o widely This old and well known Hotel still maintains ion of the league of American WheelCOMPANY Sfi-known 111 this. It ii tho faintly inoitt-clu- e Its high reputation, an J in Proprietor is dettrmin. church, preach- - men will endued by hold its annual meeting here ed that it shall he second to no lonntry Hotel in in thousand ot households. ed his opening sermon Sunday. about the middle of April, at which time the App W LRWALKSHI sulTrrcd for "I lmetrouble Hint, yearn from a tinit State In its fare,IIau .i inlmeiil, or Allen Misos Kddie Sim el and Ktlle Cook, there will be a I'Ouiile load race. to his iiuots. bronchial when. nor I tako imtexed lu and Th of Crab Orchard, have been visiting the cold or am exposed to iiiclciiiont ucaili-c- r, from drpot free of hirite Sp. .ml nciommoilii-I- i prize is a j?JU gold medal given by the shows tixnir liy n aunoving n.to Commercial travelers family of James White during the Niet inoiiiliois. lr A, .nV5. Tho (Yntnil Kelitlickv Med- - tickling sensation in the throat aim liv . Ir week. liieiitliing. I lm..i tried 11 Viowwliitifin met Here, ami attir a, dlfilctllty iu ,,,, 11.11 m.s. bur iimm do-s- o The congregation at preaching Sun nrolltablo meetinu'. iluriiiL' which Dr. J. groat as nilll). woll Ayer'h Clteriv l'eetorul whli It day night expected a marriage to take alwnys gives piolnlir lolief 111 relniiw of u. utrpenter, nf tiinfuril iiitrniliii-ix- l KlllllMt A. n,..,i,.r, c.oill,,iIilir.. n). place immediately after the sermon. It kl.sxA;j..3 . the debate on "Spondylitis, its Diagno-- I InitK-tio-r of I'ublio Itoad. 1'orWi lr- failed to materiali.e. "011110, l.u. Dr. C. II. Spiltnau sis and Treatment," i t i U 1 riiiiiuiiT Avrr in. rurKor, ttim was town niiir- - waselectetl preMdent for the eitsuing, CTrs t nrrry i et lornt u iii nioit iniHrtaiit tenitdy "hal at the time he was badly cut by M 11. term; Jno. C. Hogle I M John l'roctor last October, when ltobin- - Hiown treasurer; II. J. Cowan secretary, ..Tlli. died I linvp ti'Ktoil its runttito oucr, in r flkfl WW The next regular meeting will be held many tittu-morning of inllammation of the bowels, in Danville April 17. J. T. Huguely! fnuill, years, niul ImM'ilurlng the r 11. mt tJnii. knv h .t flL m B supposed to have been superihdiicoil by to Mil. relieve tie bought of W. S. Vsciarsdall, of Meieer, aftVeiionsIt Will the throat must nvtl.ma of and In i?, his wounds. HUSTONVILLE. KY 'S2 head of shipping cattle, l,:VU) pounds, wlifther in children or nditPn "Mrs. Atr tiU in Ou hii.in.. ,in) r. i in il., mt. John .M. Hastings, Cincinnati; .1. ('. at ?!.7o per JACKsSON ICdgerly, C01 mil IIIiiIIm, Iowa. ti. thine in the I'nderiHkiii line W ha.c .1 full cut; also 40 hogs of Charles n( ill knuK and Holies sKMk cf Cimk and Ciske " Twenty .ears ago I was troubled Milium, Louisville; ti. M. I'erry, Chica- Robinson, LONDON, KKNTUUKY, of Huigiu, U''0 lbs., at Jl.oO of ery dr.cripiitxi tlur hcs'.r, which nearly with a dimne of tho lung.. Doi Urs go; Dave Jackson, London; .1. K. ISrown-inHw inn le obmiiitd . n shnrt im.i e Mr J II CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR allonlod ine no Juliet ami eoiiM.Uit.il iiercut. R. L. Salter bold at Atlanta i: liiren ha hariit nlour husnicss and Hill dhow Lexington; L. T. Neat, Kansas City; head of mules an average of $1 17 and my ease liuotots. I thou te&tili to use our good te ant ifu riling imthtrt m mir at Aycr' Cherry Pectoral, ami, before I t'horouchlv Kenos led and Kefurmshed, I'lr.l 1!. T. Jones, Iictroit; !(,(.. Waters, New Hue if three horses at $100. Howrys that the imn uttiHiiLHi one iHiftle, louuil reiint. 1 class Karc and K- - ..jusl.le 1'rices Day and rnjrt--t ihnnowiitr never varies A nuMel ot purity ork, ire among the recent arrivals at contmtted to tako Trains are met b Peine Puriers'ut this PapuU jtrenKth and More economical . market is about So better all around this euro was effeeteil. this medicine unit! .1 .. I believe that A vn s han the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in tile iWCOIllb Hotel. Livurv Feed and Sate Stable lleuse. Cherry IVctorat saved tnv life.- "npetitini with the multitude of loss- - test, short ..l.il.l I.,,.. year than last. Advocate. '' i.' Vr,lu' weight aluntor phosphate powders '" baiiuiL'l Gtiggs, Wutikegun, III. Sold only in lUKi.vr. I'ownKR Co., Uoval been very low with whooping cough, is, 'Klv itrttv trrr I roiiii ftftml n dstimvu The Chesapeake & Ohio Route. loo Han street, c- - . ork. colli which settled oil lu blurs uml Mrs. Kate Linton, for- a little bettor. The schedule of this great trunk mil soon developed nil tho atitrmlug ss tni- MT. VBRNON, KV. merlya resident of this place, is tpiite wav appears in tliis issue ami reference 1 bail a ooukI., CiniHHininlon. night swoniH, bleetling of tho Ittuys, j low with . This old and well known II lei i. slill inints. rheumatism at her home in nat ns lu chest ami shies, and witn n to u win snuw w inn ipncK lime is mane ing its tine rrpnUii it t ti r reisi nil le Sj . Louisville. Mrs. Mary Hell, whose bus- . . ns to Ik routine! to my over it to all points Kast. It is by far, prostrated lal altotii'" in H. tr.'lmjc publii bed mot of the time. After trying 1 ,,a" ,n(m,"! Ued " ti"1? anw' l P NrWlMMII. p,,,p the shortest route to Washington and various preserlptions, without Item tit, 25 to Pleasant alley, this county, S tf .... K Ml my physfi Inn tlnully (letermiiiiM tacitu W. H.JACKSON & CO., PilO'RS. question the most picturesque. without Two mile South ot Stanford on Neat's Creek home mc Ayer's Cliorry I'eetonil. I took it, Address me .it C arlisle, Ky . The scenery along the Kanawha, New W.CKAIC and tho elTect mis tnngi. a). I oiiiil IOMKIS, K Robert bite is clerking for Davis ami to rally tireenbriar rivers anil through the inclli'lne, fiont the tlrsr il.i,i of ti.ts (.ik d lam its j ii sa.l He), nml, after living onlv threu lt w,,,le' Wm' w,llk'11 ,MW i,nwl n"fv Allegheny alas I' r lure C. A. BENEDICT & CO., t on msonjhlc terirs i.th? m .tnsen and Hlue Hidge Mountains is liotrles, am U well and seund as ever.' l Hold's surveying party in Hell count v. re the pia e lent H.mt on the rjilr u.l Tho Original Wins. Julmsoti, Sprliiptleld, III. iue m in the mountain e. in u IIlc1-!.Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, xijjl.t operator Hanks is on nick lis't. almost incomparable; the line runs the! CI' Simmons. bU Louie, Proo'r A ,t,i-$-r M A. Siinmns LlvtrMrdi. ine.KitM finest Pullman Hutlet cars that are made flisfs-i-i . ,11 11 t .,,! io . 1011 ; iui iiiiv ....... l.'ii. i.t i,.i..i.i.. ,,v... ... ... ,.-- jr. o .1.. riiMi, r.1 So m Ihe I' h Court linreaiaj o and the rule through the most interest . II eilin.Prop'rA.q.Simmont LIt. I 111 r huviiu tliii lttiirirtl rf . 111 tii iiuui er Iteplator.J.sfdbyZeilmiWys. ii. triiiiiii ui nig section, is imue 111 ii(Jv W tie tiav , tune, a r I. A S. I.. M. has lor 47 futhor. II. . illinniH. drug clerk, . Wells drilled to order and I'mnns urnUhid at ' , , )et cured lMtuoTi'.f, lliituiinraa ' I 1111111.1: k' 1WI MlUk 4111 D . Lowell, Mass. IHH Ii. factory prices. 30 illianisburg, paid our town a living I k I'rsrsrsiA.Sir ila.n.r.i. i .. . .. hose intending to visit Washington tVt Ji ArrTit. Sons .Stomach,' K . , . ., , , , , . , LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE """ Stiudav. r, 1 r . I'MtorM. ii-- t n 1 T. I i. The first shooting allair on record in (luring me inaugural siioiiuieMiiuiiieiiii. ,,nn" w"le "I OA lir M I Ij L V U IV OAJjli ! w tin s snuui.i 'nae Oeen deaj but to the udnintaL'os ot tins route, ot ,1"""' RAILROAD. the Copper Creek district took place one iur jour i.enuinr M. A. Sim A.lno Xtiiul ami ftJtcK'k the half has not been told. The rate II.- mOfll I.l.rr Mr.lirln day last week between Hobert Johnson the (.real eometimes had , nhstltute ginnl, )itaS I "Zcilm's st.iit-'fn- . to n... st.n will be one fare for the round-tripparties had Telfrv. t desire W leave Kentucky I vv.ll sell afreat """ Coinrj cln hut " doo't answer the going March '.'and ." and returning on THROUGH TRUNK LINE.! 3 saw mills complete with 30 horse boiler ' been lit OUtS for sOlUC time They met. ana jo horse enuini's, a saw works, I ox los wag- the Mb. For further information write OPtll Dr J It. Grave. Kdltor 71, Is thn oldest and roost popular wlrntltlc and -- - I.. In.en. -mechanical paper publlstici and has the lartresi wigoiis. huckhoard, spring wa. When lllfry llSkeu Johnson if lie Was jHJfttit, Memphis, Tenn, ssjs or address W. W. Monroe, (ion. Pass. on and harnrsN x sokes of rattle, i mules. horse. nrrtilatlnn of any paper of Its class in the su.rld. .n,l,. r, .,.),;.. ),;.., ;,rt,ct'"J PrVsKe ol sourl.lser fully Host class of It. j.rui me, and nae used I hallol mm Z, ; :., inson Jreplied Agent, Lexington, Ky., ami ask for tick- - Uis. Illustrated, weealrKnursend Win1 Kntfrav. I'utillshsHl fur SSSI!1 It wotkslike a rhirm. .n. nnrnths' trial. II '"PI: I'rleef.iayrar, (). ets via X. N. st M. V. Co.. the C. it hettrr Ltser Itrrulator and JILN.S A ( (., rtULISllKlis, i;i llniadMay, V ' ' Til fry run. Johnson tired tlnve Win. Maywuod, K!y pistol. no more ulZeilin'a routurc. Houte. shots, one striking lilfry m the arm! & IUILDERO . . rniLt ARCHITECTS aoove tue eioou. .loiitisou iieo nie "Coy American. W BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. 1 1 m7 imk wm. A irrrat snve.. hUch Issue contains colored country. fRHEBRA's lltriivrraiihlu plates of country ami ill reslilen-re- s Louisville The singing, which was conducted -.- Nothing has been heard of Mr. .1. K. sir tmbllr bulldluas. Numerous ennraTinirs anit full plan anO 'permeations for the use of s 11 ... In- - Ml..' Allti. Pnr.f.ii elrwed hist Siinil.iv ;.. .... i. ...... i - " siirhasmnteiuplsle hullitlnir frier 1 1 M m er, To Nashville, . .' t iijio . . "SIIC'll, IVJl lll.lllV SC.IIQllll IIIUIUIUIKCT ill ! cti.acupy. . Ml.S.N A (.0 ft liLIMtriis. ims":.'. mtrrc..I'lfimiuuun.iTimoui tins iiiace, wno leu tiere last Atigusiior' ..:..!.. !.,;,,; Memphis, I mar beseeur- John Durham, aged 4i and Miss jea Liver-Mole- s, Im- - Cincinnati, except from one of oureiti-- ! led by apply- Atlanta, Illtt t" JIl'W Pies, Black-Head- a, Sunburn and ' .ens, who met him in that citv a few Oric Hnggi'nl, aged 1(5, were married A to. w tin Montgomery, hast hadover iU rend?r thT Iaw after his departure from hew. His 'Ht Thursday by Hev. W. (i. Cappy. m...nfcWiappliiCa,t'?ns 4(1 years' GKO. A. ROMEK, exwrlenr and hare made urrrl(il,UM applications for American and KurLittle Rock, ().- - Mitchell died early in the spring and he! --The case of Mrs. Sallie elirn patents. S4.m1 for llamllMMis. IWres. Mobile and New Orleans. Albright for taking a gun to pondeoce strictly confidential. fowdertocoverdefecli, but a remedy to cure, 'closed up his house, packed and stored vs. J. H. TRADE MARKS. pay a store account last Summer, was A. preparations, and his household goods, lioarded a few Hi. ad j) ind ;i New Street 4 In rase your mark Is not registered In the TalNewport News & Miss.Valley Co. is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug- apply to N ('.. ami procure ,onth, leaving. for above point, inform- -' tried here Saturday before Mjuire ent omre. protection.Ml Send Afor Handbook. Nl-tlKK. tirv Immediate gutsor mailed for 50 , Prepared bv . Onl) one ih ne li' points in Albright tas lined $10 and 8 ln0Ve,nentH lyond Hrooks. roi'VRICIITrs for b.viks, charts, maps, '"K " onc' BITTIVI'Vli te etc quickly prucureil. Address StockM, Hondri. Grain. I'rovlnlonn and TOI.KDO, ohio. that point or of l.t,. probable return. As cost. .ML'NN sV CO.. I'nlrnl .llrltors. I'otroloum. Kd Albright, of Hee Lick, was in Allen had at times been a little a.t IliioaiiwAV. .. r K r niMHal. OvriCK a! al McKoherts - S a 5s, Stanford, Ky Mr. .v lAkltIM) OV MAROIN lint (lll.snl EMIGRANTS flighty in his mind, it is believed that he town last Saturday. Harvey Melvin, of I s - eiiJ for , esp.aiat ry pimphlet has been placed in some insane asvluin Lily, was visiting relatives IiereSaturday 6i Seeking hMnson the line of this road M receive Tho BUYERS' OUIDEii ptui rales. and .Sunday. Juiues FmnelK-- and Jack Wam,1i Viim i UlV'slnw Vlllaw T issued March and Sept., by the authorities. this Company foe rate,rouls jfeatsiH vt &;-- " (,, nieWMijift rite to -Jo,, M. Fisli was stricken I'ish, of Gum Sulphur, were in town ...up., C. P AIMOItl t. P. . 1. ., : UclopedUPof"BMurinntoy" with paralysis Saturday at ti Sunday, (.ieo. Trcwitt, of Cimoy foiinty, I nulssiUe, Ky j.i rn Pi 0Vock fron'i which he (lii'd at 4. JikIl'c was the jtuc of Dr. I. S. Hurdftt lust .1.11. Vimhook, of Mckiuney, (I of up. can cioine you ana lilrnl.in you with Fish "'" " "l"" of the old . . 1 I nil tho and unnecexKary ri'htne. inteuiitv and lione.-t- v O and a and Joe Vanhook, tif Woodstock, have I ri . (lUui.Vlllt Htwiltf 1 CHIMCO lit 'G & OfllO IVBmUClCyUeniPai of.hon, ail Uockcastle wasprond been visitin, friends at this plac- or may at homo, anu in various sizes, to eall one of tier noblest sons. Me was rr'.. "ill.t ( U.vss IKU"! I If hum:. Myies ami qtiuiu t cs, Juat tlKurc out Fount M vers sold llel Mm .i county about the year 1MM what is renulrodtodiall those thiniei. ,),rn THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE v some shoats weihini: 1(X) poiituK fur X I iCOMFORTABLY. and you can makoafat- - and has followeirfarniiiif: all his life with i . ... ! ostimute ot tho of the DUVEK3' tlu ,.,...,..! ,,f tt,rl" i'" h,,, ;.,.. i., $1.40. C. C. Sink hits rented a house OUIDK, which will be sent upon .Mr. Hrifjlit and will inVe to it. W'e CENTRAL KENTUCKY receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, islatuie and two terms of service as from will have a photographer in our ttiun LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI I .i MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. county judjje. The latter otlice he could Ill-Il- l in a few days and all uuntiiiK work Baltimore, Phil.adelphia and New Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. Imcit lltlt t.Ill ( IllkJItl I I til tl. l.. "' In uirlti. w,! ' " "" lo h, ' l York. V" lu' most without oppositirm, had he ,lo.1,lo,UJ A Uttrr h ,,l,,lrh h',v " SOUTH-WASTHEMOST RAPID ROUTE I're.ei- - ';0,"7' feired to leniain in public life. ,ih I'l I I M Ibe ml In..SHKKI'IM. few davs ajiox'lhns: laiiipchlinney cleiin- AU- t ih Krcai tomm-r- , r ler -- ll.mplcJ iiiil' theciiuetude... of thu farm, he , Mould ers PA8T UNB UBTWXKN ., ... .. Long-Standi- ng ciIks on th OhK. Ri.vr and I h.r.jro. ami h.n. and a oowtler U nut ill cwil oil to thf Hair ai.J must . unifor uble Iri.n, bJ ,.ut k.,. Itf, ,h SsMith r t. the U ..t ,, LExiNGT0N & CINCINNATI. t.rM all ' ii.,... .Norihocl. 1himiotfr-ri,.ihis train on Blood Diseases are cured by political inrtie.s. He war. a man who i.i. ...... .i.. ................. of oil, irunk hoes 1. dcnomiiuint t l. I T.t.d l.urr.. , t I""!"--- ' ...! .1 i:..i.. .. ..! a . M W Th. superb rolling siuvl. s. S( IIKIH 1.1 IS lit , iii-rtho porsovorins use of Ayer's nl. iit.n.ng. J .. ,l..,.f ,., .1 "" p ,, I!l... ,.,.,.,. .,.! "b'"i " Unlimited lomfuri Snrsftpnrillu. Willi' Uhjiij: into the run of oil tuul it ll .. i Ssliniult in h tin l . t. m1 r nl'i, lUttS. i i .. ""Al Aadt upti Twlsi Orh.es in ihr . t alwayft Ii'iit hoi hik ilittnMif N- - !. No I ou will N. '. (1 our urn. ishlc, ,id tis.k t. Soint of thu M This int'ilii ino I an Alterative, and I "milll Hound nn, gri Monun and sti. I i .Monoo, il y.,,4 yw, liiiml !W IniiiflrrMl4tj t lirntl-lw.ll- ir "- - lln cfiim. won put it out hs utr. ii"i'" " causes a railieul cliano in tho system. llaily un to so. niiiit ami hot j .l...,nl juurecv l. No. 4. No i invrchants that hotight did not have any try will testily. Many aie the achij.it I.ASI WAKIi. UmiIv Tho process, iu some cases, may not bo Ii II. M.CiiRMir l I pn I.VC CoMMtll l"" idea that you cun do the nniiie thin:, i.mrrjl I'.uriKcr Ainu, C'hua UMj. r.x, 8u'n. who have been aided by 10 Uttlto so rapid a iu ollmrs ; but, with almoin h. hearts y it Lc Cyalhuina ... 11 oi in 10 l pi m I P I' Uty ! ket g..i. and l.ffkt without the pwdei in tho oil till after I.ve Cine inn in .. I is pin tjoaa . P m m. ' n I.v. persHti'iice, the result Is certain. . . ni l SHU ., ,,l, X.r. I ui.Mlle Kr his generous hand and aie truly mourn P m 11 40 10 fo p m 5 .must ilk- .. Air I'afis the swindler had one by. Mirs Mttrj' I ye I CuilutlMi ... . ,'i o Head tliie t".iiiui)nhiN : j, ,,,, ., (.imuinili t)h. 10 p m 14. A luikikis n m 11 p p n Arr I..ingtnn ... 11 inir the links of so fjood and true a man. ina'ii 05 m .. "Kor two jutrs I sulTereil from a Kay is having a jjood school at ti. I1. Art Winchester . II JW (Mljlt fV JMk o V"u- - M M P m . Paris Though lihenil to almost ii fault, he was iain in ui rislit side, and bad I.iArr Wliu:hstr.. n it p m It JJ p in 6 "j P '" 7 to an 11 ijVm . Bright'.- -. I'utter cannot be sold at any l. Columbus her trouble), cuiisi-i- l bi a torpid liver Iturhmonil ... Air in p m ,.... . 7 " I' very successful in his farm lifenixl leaves Aahhud 1 PW . 3 1 M .inl ilyspcpiiu. After j:lfii sucral price here now on account of open win-te- r. Arr l.iMaslcr.. .. J 10 p ns " lluiitlKRlon in fHM . 5 M nasi yood competence and one of the best a no p m 1. illeiiiit. u fnir trial wiiliout a I Air SUMfunJ " Charleston 6 jy ao',10 on pm ... " K.m.nvhu IMIs.. llichMoud ,, "oj p m .,..... .." . !. AW!!! JO pM i.iu to tn I, (i A.mt' bySiiiiaparllla. I farms iu tho colinty to show that his lib- - tlrM c tinClifton I'orie t 'i P m Arr Ikraa .is Kieatly bottle, it ai; 6 j am ... orality and charity were appreciated and " otaiiiiuiii . . o hii v Atr l.aalHflun... ntnl after takiiii; lite utiles I ii com. am ... -C- HICKEN S 10 pm 11 10 .on i.li .lolui V. Ileiisiiti. 70 vitiml." not tlu.ni .. away, lie recei w,l a stroke f ' J If , ( M M ,,,y ) iu renuo st., Lowell, .Miu.1. North-llovlv, No. 3. .Vo 2 u pni 1 so pm j l R.,1Mij,(! ol pamlvsiK one vear since fiom which I is anl 1 so tsl. IjshI .Mny a laie iitibiini'le broke out Arr .N.Muort Ni-11 jo am' 6 in na1 he never rallied sulllcieiitly to leave thu " Old I'oiui Comfurt 11 is m, m Hitn. The niinl leiiiedifs bad no ! ' I.i'vmcalon 5 m ......... .. Imam ' Norfolk i free I mill I Mil-- , eiiiitlneil 10 t$ a in 'I rea ' to my bud for 11 .1 is j pi house until his death. The burial takes 11 45 am Arr Kklimontl... eijjlit eek A friend Induced mo to try I.ve Cliurlotiessille ao I jo piHi ) 1.Mondavi at the Iliatt buriplace y Arr Washington.. I.sre Stanford y io pm 1 M pi! ..set's .Siii:iiiinlln.( Lest than tbreo COAL AND TIU3SR LANDS ' 1." aa m I. inifth-s. m pas I.ve Lancaster.. on Mill healed the mii'c. In all my e.pe. al grounds, two miles north of this place VALUABLS ' Sih 1. . orV. i in am Arr Ulclimoitil.. 11 fs u in 1 never saw w i in i' with uieilieine, mori) on the Itichinoiid road, where ninny of Kiekwoiid... i is. I Jo a in1 jii I.tc -- ON No. . . I 5 ji m 7 40 a Arr Wincliust.r WJ.il'W K his kinsmen have preceded him. .Many ii.ii.. i s a in' j "J i Arr Paris D.oly. lit Sum. Another mat Led eirect tif tin- - e of this man, widow and orphan in the a poor I.ve LesioKion . j no p m' 7 Ji a in j 00 p in I vc Xeu nrL 'i,. was tin Stleiillieniii of my inooaM u m ...... I.,. Ill ...II.. I.ve l'ans 3 50 pm si.-" Philadelphia i 411 p m I jn a M .1111, ...lolk it j5 wii j w am lUllietiWIief sibl." Mti. t'ailio Ailnum, IIoll'v piTOCei.Sli.il Will Nuns ton"., it...- .s.........n I.ve Cyuthiana .. 4 06 p in! 1 ol J M 4 io p rn ' WashinctOfl ... Texan. i 30 am'n 44 am ."sJir.liKS, p in of their uenerous benefactor to their I.ve I'alHiiiuth.... 4 51 oj a in j 5mi Arr Clutliiito.ilk'.. m Q pm J to iHl I'll Islll H(,, .U I5H. CO K o 50 p Arr Coilniitun. btmior ci p tnii J5 a veura, "I bad a h. scaly; atut, . for iunth. I tc Norfolk restiii.' place. uuun j 10 am ImMt-r- , andsnlTeteil ternbly mv at uililu ! ill U- sold to the lushest u iiinri so inn s in am On the.Mavssillc llraiuh, Ni6. lenses Pans at ",,' ..in onii. nr ntnl .iter urin siiniliirl.x aillteted, I - -linn, aliuuKMiiicres ot Coal anil I under I. .mil.. Newport Ni w o piti I a .1 '," S vi, a in ami No. 11, at j hi, p 111, arriving it the mo.t the ' Mil) )rcMitin tint iniil.ulv l lien ililarx. Last .. ISK lllllOIIII i'liisisoni; of rcpiiin. 1.0 v.ii...ii.i.. tractslisi.rmi uml n iu pm 11 05 mil No 10 Kiiiimoxii. .Ino. Ilrtme, a si ill. at 111 , a ni, ai'iil 740, u n.ll llir.lld fur rr L'harlutlisilllr Intel, Dr. Txioii, (of Kei liaiiillim, 10 a, jim laaves .Mayssillc .11 ft 00, .1 111, .uriviin; at Paris al in pm .")H, fell illto tllO tUIII-tahl- e timher 'I he hunts surromidiiiK Ii are nuwhcuii! citil'll, aeil 2 hi, a liiliieiiiled mo to take Amh'p No. M leaves .Ni.ij.villc at to; and r 111 (npiTi pm .( . ,. ..... uu inw (surkcil, uml thenrpriKliietfiniU a line murket1...tic- , , "" ..,. arr11es.1t Paris al 3 15, p in. These trams are . . 9 .t.i , 11c t - ns ..111 ,. 111 mv ( e 101 ami recem-. ',irMiiiiiill.i. .mil continue It for a car. . . i 1 l j r." daily; except Sunday 'or lii ihkii'Iis I tool, it daily. I 'imvo ' 1......1 fmlll ...l,:,.!. Iw. iliinl.. iiiiiuivs !is oil '' 1I"K N' ,i. lineui, .mil inmhumiic imiii ii ri the "'" s I'111 direi t lomaitinit uitli .tiii rallru ;:r.ri"..".".r. "J"r Wni'o .. ...s. ,. ..v ..- "l,U1 '" Xn. 31 leasts Cosiuutoii at Sjii.im. nrtlies at p. b.i' Ii lipoiim.v bo.lv for tlio - mil pm not hail illlllllir c.tvof I.oiiisillle whirr .1 l.ir.-- pari of tini I'alniomh ut 10 30 a m; Siindiy only No Kan aw I'm h ;i U S 05 urn ,1 ooam last tlin'o inniiilis." hi boom, owinir to the fact that her vast put i disposed of. 'i'ho lnet o.tiin.ite ni.uit' is T 1). M liny, 14U leaves tuluinutli nt 4 jo p ni, arrives sit Coiiuton " Chiirlcstnu am am , .011 .1111 4 )d am , "'.M,1,! c,.a' "' K'2"' .,!'Ky,,..,,I.cl?,,."! CIinnibi.is st., N,.v York City. No. 1; leaves l.cxiiiut 6 311 p m; SiiihI.i) mil) lllllltll)..MII ,,f r,.... .,,,i-- 1. v.. . ,irnn,u.,.A bv 7"in .ir. 11 unn i iii ivm rinc iiiiiiicriiiriinniiii' ,. .. ... n ... t 111 v is ton 7 ij i m, arrives Paris 7 5s, p in. No. 8 leaves "Last full ntnl winter win troublml i.. ill. 1, 1, Ashlami in w am 7 ihi am wnrLeil I'art of this land Is nnu Thousands of dollars worth of I ( OliylBlS .111(1 Cm liiion 5 o p 111, amies I'alniouth 7x1 p m IO Ot theilll- - ;uu,')rodlll.es ,ii..ulot erysiiper.or.(ii..lily.whiili ' 'rr Ashl.inil. with a dull, briny puiii in mv .slib;. I I.ve 35pm 3 if.'ni No 7 leaves I'.ilnimilli at s S a in, arrises .11 I ov-- . chickens die every year from . i ' did not notice It niiuli at Hist, lmt it CoIiiiiiIju... Choi Arr 10 yipm 8 jo am e.t crvhtlll saild ever kllOWII. It call he commands ready sale.1 ami stood returns. iiij(liai at 7 50 a ;ra. It is more fatal to chickens thai, iin opportunity lo ii.irti-- s This sale craihutllr rew worse until It lii'raiini 1... 10 js.iin 7 00 am . SUNDAY bottles, Ldassware and 00inL, .!,.,..,.oilers used for iiitikmif T. NO 1'.. DAILY l.XCl.l'f daily hetneen Win- all mher diseases combined. Dining the bitter iilmost rri.ietineii f..r the tutureorde-- . V;;i':"ii..." a noon 9 00 am . .' Trains and 4are Hut the .......I., .. ..... virni-iile linn the I .mil at ouro ..1... .. 1..,. .1... 'i'l " part of this linif, ilisorilcis or tln stout-ar- h I as pm 11 )i am ... Chester, Lesinsion and Cinciiiiialu other other discovery on ii'""-''- " t vsiiiirtuii. .,,t,urli is' Iminedialely ami the tine K.of the " Winchester ol u retncay mat positively and liver incrcasfil m. tiiuiblnji, I t i pin j js pm trains are daily except Sunday. N K. and ery color of the r.lillhoW, lllld these tile, Knowllle llr.mcli of the I. ' l.nuistillc 7 j pm 4 41 pm ....I Direit councitioiiis made at Winchester with tines it has been made, and to be tnkiiiK Aici's Sursaparilla, anil, . ahoiu niidivay het leu Louisville and Knoxsllle, 6 io pm ri 00 pin ... Chs.1pe.1ke u Ohio for Ml. Sterling, Ashland after faltbfiilly coiiilniiii; (ho u.M- - ,,f Used 111 the construction of asphalt ilnd ,.,sfor niany je.irs l.een all important c. a.'I Arr Ciiiciiin.iii.. of its efficacy only lluclinuton, Charlestan, W. V.i. and Kasterncitiei Ills iiii'illcliiii lor some nioiitbs, tin p.ilu a of " hacks, tilinjj, vW. streets, the ..... .. I LINK 'e.-i.- .. . v via Wmclies- - trial, a 1 ahd 4 run Ilty and I wan coniilrii'lv ,ier, IC ,..., bottle is enough foi .i::,:,-- CAIIIlklUII I U t .1111 II If I Oil .lllll ler.ASolid trains with P .".na Sleenlnc Cars, he - or sale cun 110 mi iiy appiyuii! either tu i.ei.. t.n . ....'. ...ma ifiioit WHi '. cotton lllllies III 5". "i 10 9.1 . .10. - yv.u.iircd." Mrn. .MibusU A. wn Cin.iun.ill and Riehinon.l. a., ami Win- - one hundred chickens. It is guar-antee. .....I Klllimciid. Va.. wiih.mt McNeil, at l'itlsliurh. s 1?. . ': Jliaurhlll, .Mass. !r1K) tO in-H. Chester and W'ashinirtoil lot lliaiej ins or Win ,hly.V?,., slepolli- anJuwilflo close 4 partnership 'Nos.' ,.1",a ' '"" lolil' '"'" Lexmuton If, after using s Throiih tickets and Imkuikc chcckeit to any of I.1.I11111111 ' hand, hajance in to Old Point daily except Sundii) rush ..ui.. ol 51.111 ins. i.i.nrlinl a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughlv I ' equal .1 i..ii,.iit of - uml 18 tnniillis imiii il.iv if Parties leasing LoxiiiEtoi, al 10:411 pm, hoc a destination reuched by a railro id. Co, For full particulars address any affent of the dayliKhl ride throiish thepiciurcsiuv llluc Hidue H.o. shiippeil .Monday IMS export Cllttle, sale. Purchaser lo execute betid, with iroiid satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken S. K. . MOKSK K. H. IIACIIN, 1'iiKPAitKo or hearing 6j)ercent interest from day ol and Al culiancy Mnunliiins .I.t (lillll l,o(KI 1.. 'I'ravelinir Pass'u'r Attt., (ien'l Pass'v'rAi-t.- , riiiuiiiiK 111 ,.le.,foniilsrfii.riieilfrilifeireit payments. Asl for tickets vi.i N. N. .V M, V.Cu.'a lines. Cholera, return it to the undersigned Or. J. C. Ayor 3c Co., Lowell, Mast Covington, Ky. Ky. l.rxinKtou, .S. V. KOW'I.AND I'or Inliirin.ilion tck'ard to rates etc.apnlv to bought of siiiidiv pintles at l to j cts. and your money will be refunded. I'rlce II ; alt bottles, 5. Worth $S battUW. W. tSKO. (UVI.NS. ILK HUNTIN(.TON,i;ne.al ManJK"'. C s. nii;i.d t. J. H. AKUlNCi'lON ..I Vi I.,I.osIiiki..,,Mj,. Iietrister. Tor tale by McRoM;ri At SiaEB, OonOfflcoi.. Covington, Kentucky. Stanford InteriorJournal MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Best of All MY3B3IRS lMWm)L9 J l CREAM A JYfflt .Kk wmmm in W) m M I Bk -- lv QmA -- 5?---- S) , mm LEXINGTON.KY. tA I 11 I l KB t; i For Home Use. n-- J. T. SUTTOIT A CO., 1 i 6 v I POWDER MOUSE. g, Absolutely Pure. 1 --- 1 I b- NEWCOMB HOTEL FOB) i 2. i Mouse and . Acres tand ! ,' .r-- s ' iTKAT FIGHT H-- i I lt 1 -. ...... ...... 1 1 t 1 ; irirt n 1 ...!. !' km ' finrfnl unuiiy rtjui'jiui Ktc-tJ'"- L 1 V """ e 1 - 1 4 KIiolaCream rSfil. rt)yirA ..n.n. bi, .... 'cul 1 ' j ff7 Xtl?ntW& .Hk '' 0ti E.AIUN 1 f . SOUTH & WEST- pi ..... ... j '"'" DATENTS SPECTJ1.ATI01T. I I S6,UvWn!,!,.ani'wife G. : HANKER ANDBR0KE11 C I CO. ' ,V- ! (Psk , Jt1' ,, , ARKANSAS TEXAS. imj evi-ninj- K SgfZnFXFA nec--8tirtr- "'"" "" ' CheSaDeaKe r inn H. -- "" Wasliinloii y $'y MAI I i QliTHEASWSTANg T. - V . '"I rTZtl s ,!.,, ,'"' U.m ..i Iuisville,Ci.ici..iHai.cl -- """ Icviiilon till , ,,,,, . 1111 s.f -- to-da- si lit . "' n . . - . ro 1 1 - '"I"" . i l . . WANT BR1 Cholera Cure! 1 p Affi'L h in . 1 s 1 to-da- . . . . Wonderful Results. tl-illi-lli- ,- 1 111 . Wednesday, Feb. 6,1889, ' . .1111-- 111 ! 111 . il . 111 . (1 111 111 1 1 , well-know- . . 111 1 1 ,.,.,,',,., 111 1 " 11 - , c ,,. i I 1 .... "" . 11 . - ' I 111 iiiilie.-iiiililf- piaie-Kiiiis.-- bi-a-n "' 1 '- ii 1 con-vincc- d s j ' ..... ' "'."" ,,: s 1 el,.-,.,.- 11 d. - Ayer's SarsapariNa, two-third- A-- 111 ) . A I I , ! 111 X8. Mm- )i - aju l,S r ... -f- t-" 3' V.i