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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889012501 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. fnrniJf1 i Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 2.5. 'i' d889. FARM FOR SALE! LKE i NO. 100 -- 1? II. C. (iontiy bought of W. (i. Hi- Ueddsold to D.ml. Ilohnan. a concentrate the juices and sweeten the combined horse for jI.'O. att ft pair of mules for S'J."0. i9?H At res, situated on the St inford and Crab IS I.OVC NotlllllK fruit, wlmti.vur thf cause iiuiv Ik. -- TheM.oars foicod May wheat down 1 J..T. Hank mM to .M. Mowois a ',Jjre p ' n"'r aln,j b HVv' niRS. " hour that some of tin vendor of the 01Kike. Crab Orchard, Ky. ' farni.of '.'DO aero for SlMOO. to!i7 at Chicago Wcdnesdiiv. "" tinge smoke tht yullow tint to supply . I J. (i. .K M. Crawford, Jr., was married to (iout hold to Shu Middletou a ," to ordei, to a discerning jmiIj- VttAWK 'PiriC I.OUU. pair of No. work mules at '.'7". Mi'l!ettie Mulliiis yesterday. FOR SALE! lie. They aio tie favorites Ju- -t now. Win. I'oynter and Mrs. .Mary M. ' CIiuiIoh Dunn to D. N Prowilt r of the fruit Iiniix!n on Burrow, I'm., J vx. 17. iv-"Bragg, won uiairied Minday evening. a bunch of yearling heifers at ls. There In no Piano, Cottage I prizht. comparativeli new, Ii:u Itkhioiuaccommodating (top in 0111 hotel grove ttees an "hum ulea." I WJlm Said OUl hoys dull) t know Cattle nu woith fioiu to tj in ,7t, I'fcmo, I'etcri A Wel.o, ... good order. i75 - tht' grieve to ny tliut they art being picked tin win Id so Cincinnati; hogs I too. 10 and sheep '.'1 anything ahout snipe hunting. k An-- f "5d9,nr""' UrRt "" ?x.tv pamon. and I fear, in a few dny, our mango. It hangs m from (Iv Rhh. to o etf. of March, improving, gen- - lovely "gieen and cold" will boallgiouii. , . ,.... !.- ..Ill her to tin tlrst., r ..,.,) .. i cn .1..tt i. , , .. ti .i.ii..i ill ;. .in.irir" "l " '. . rtlVllll-- 1ISIS SViailllOll Ills- ii..n ii ....! an are gone. timothy llhay i r.illv. a l Hi' tine, i ne iiiiipencowt um- it. en, wo win uu .. per ton in stink in tercet m the Main treut nionei'v to . i . AllCIlllOll, Coal . ' . i i -, ,u. . ( tiiimiruiiiiiiii k . ,b,other Wm. Povntur. sour; ty of pleasure that I can t J. , Linn hit; h ' r con is.. ioiiipiimtivi'ly 15. . Kue, of . dailies to In a late htonn a .iw t keep on hand J No qual.l) of Jillico. I.ily Joy of Joys! Our friend- - have ariiv- , , . easdv injured in iippuii:; and altojreth- ard I.ejic your order at Moicer, the -. cotton milieu adveiti-e- d oieek was down own and a oa veil and Nul Cost In my toru auu i iu l,vil. Iheycsuiie over our tnc) v.111 ueauenu Inter. . t.iruorn s ... , r infei or to that J II KIOGlNS, ot . feet wa.s dihclosed.,. edtnprotnptlj. this aer current, know the joys 'mid hOirowsof "Ho.ou. in i..,,, .,.. at ?1M. . the Htarford, Ki 6i write, not nioro than im oiitiiei.s .,f nice, clean .. .). ,m. Whitehead. 01;, Hrodlioad. and half 'and "Sou. Ho. a.s , lhevaie . hns been -A lUJA aild K i lA of Ha lwin n0 8lu,h a "nrit-tv- of It h J;iviil. It is Ut I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. JP. HUFFMAN, dp (. Jol SURGEON DKNTIST. SfAhrORD, KeNTI'CiCV. l i - . e - St. -- ' "ru-sots- 1 FOR SALE! AN EI.KiSANT , enibraelng-Snfe' . Thioo-fnurll- 1 Scales and Show Cases, for sai at errant reauit.i rates, a up hate two nutfiti Can on J A HAMMOND ACO Hubble, Kt oriKIl SlOrU HM'CRES n- -- , A-- iitid-Novon- to-da- ''. 1 1 ... 1 . ..- -i. ..,.,avu,ju ,.,,,, . ... ,.,.... . .... 1 I 1. r 111- -. ' , , Isuriicrs. HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, KY. Mineral desi-iiU- . '", Hi.-ev- . pit-hcrc- ii, r ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. ,i,,,(' ' T1" county to work , hU,m b.,Sie.-s- . " Good writ- have .. 1'ARIiOUR.VILUFand I'INKVlLI.E, KY t m..,vn, ....,,.. . , . utu . Ilpy i. tell iiIniiiI Hiom "- -. ... ,,s ..,.-- , .... tft A. II .!,.,. " " of A- SU (il If in Kou Kixm SURGEON Will practice in any court in Eastern Kentucky. lr . "- -. """-DENTIST, Examinations of land title made a specialty. Any " lionHie jiartlculur lonu ol tlieii'ne- -' ;, -- Pans News. (. at con ine.1 to her bed for II. yeaix, unable sire tracts of timber, coal and mineral land for ance takeMhe jreneml din.tiou. of U.- STANFORD, KY , sale. Information turmshed on any point and corHionitoii .x Son, of Itmdford-villmember except her arms, . s..i....wvltl.., 1.. ,nme l..fi 1..I.I...I l (JSI'tlf r nu ui.iiihi. Ofliceon Lancattcr street, in room recently va- IcapuuucilLC U.C.ICU. hiht week boiii; it of J. J. Milliter usl ne i.s now able to walk al)oiit cated by Dr W. II shall . ., , ... w... ,.. , ult''0'1Hti ,1 . iiiute unli uivnt teiiacitv. reiiiiiriiit: .1.11 an on. when "..u. I lo. or"l lo. v uiiiiiiiiiii im'K in ;i..iu, .1 f . 1.. llOllllihOll iw mi proven- ,li. tntpii t. - ' sooni. ..... ....-- - be iiromtloii-- . At tie Hi l IliUII XJt iv.i.i . ............ (..... hive ami eiiterprihinj: merch.int of the! with dean u.ideiwear for marim acute htaire. ,,,,., Ilrm of Thompson A McKenzie, has! htnutes a peril in pluckiriK them vmiiU11 now H)1(l t(( .,,, I Frequently they are "pltiri:ed' in with, the trunks, wheiever they may In. wikmI Id scrub heit'ers at ill and bought hold his ket I am sole Agent in Lincoln intercht in the store to (.ieorpel County for the Na iim of u.e wires ih now voinu ((f the tie i.y mam .orce. w.uo.. .1 h. tional linrment Cutter, which a spoken so higli A (. t.,iriim ,(XX).pound cattle at S. Ilintt. In the future the firm name I have purchased the lumber yard of Messrs. ly of b Ilro. Ilarne-- in the Interior Journal. iin-in iieieiiixiiiih, it nu .,, i" II IIU hlllllll J'lCCl Ol nil- . umri M Ilruie and will open Fnce, with full instructions. 13. Georce I) Wearen and 'I11-..,. will be McKonie A; Hiatt ...1... ,....-- .1... nui ...Illnun I...1 tie nere m i- 'of .Mr Wearen. a big yard at the one i.u. mil .:.. iiiu Ih retll awav, icaillli; llie irun .tir. .tlAKt. I'ATTEN, Il'tlillllehlell .M'h .111(1 lOUIIll C. 11 . Adams tell.s of ll Jtlinbo 'po.s- - lle.idis lumber in roujh and dressed, I ill carry Crab Orchard', k fenneleni nuniiiht MHH'tly rot; or it 1101 nine up, uohiiay uiiii. ai 11 o N.ys the cotton cop of this year will be Mm iat ,,, mn.hlAttVl. yMtl. siiumatl. "".TS'tt e exjiectisl tliem houro they j I 'uiwd" and externally uninjured, the Mr. vearen. S O HOCKER ar.ht ever raised and will approxi- - nlUK H8l wt.t.j-- t w,i,., from tle came. J hey were ery little finked and LOUIS SOHLEGBL, hlr.iin hn runtnrcd the delicate innei mute .,.Ho,uuu imies. tation Mr. Adams has in our communltr b the liftmj: of the yellow rind, ' Hih'ht'h reht hot them all up aiin. Of There were tm hotheads of tob.u- - Wl. ,.M0t tloulit. The critter webbed next courhe they all became intoxii-ate3. O. DAVIS, and again the proce-- s of decay is co on the bivaks at Cincinnati i(,t,.r j)Li,1; ,i,t(.MM :i pounds, Topiexent this, either very mnrnini; mill aie not quite hober yet; the t . Old RICHMOND ICY number for two year.-.. c Myeiv is attending hchool at PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, gantle ami skilful handling is required though we have been roaming atnoni; sold at t to '.! cents and new at to lh (;aSK0W. .Mr. v,. Stewart, of Wildie, Photograph in all styles and sires. Pictures la M.a. VERNON, lv V. - the iroves, eatini; till we could eat no India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New in gathering, or, what is coming intogencenth. is rt'iiorted much worhe. An ujily ru- in Frames and Mats at very low oricca. Innocent r.il use, rliping, the stem clo-- e to the more, ever since thcirarrival. W. 15. Kidd .hipped Monday for mor m,ehes here that T. II. Clav has OrHce next door to Whueheid's Drug Store. orange. Many think that this will be inebriation, of the ecstatic kind, in which U'hman Bros. Ii;--. export cattle, weiish- - fored notes, etc.. on the bank of" Wil- - Special attention given to disease of children all .iemiindcU by ilcalern, soon, as a guaran-t...- . Li indulge Wl a II. PI arrival rS Florida , illC ,. ... pOUIHlh. rilirtV-tWOf ..-."' , aller ',. .iinii,i-.i-- i u., m . .these lnmwi..lrL, wan Miirr,.:,. Aciams, oi A LIBERAL, itireful liaiidlitig. anil s.inguiuc fl am barely hober, ...... a Two weeks nf ...-- ... ....... . . . I...II . .1.... t m..u. ... r.iuu i,ieK, visitinir ner hister. Airs. . ..u, -v- .-" ...! i , , iwervtbinkthattl.e.UM-ioiisrruii.jun,nl!ni,,,r sorm-lL. " .uinniH, Mh wetk. .1. v, ... ,. ,.n An Artistic ... .i..i..ai.. n...i.i..idiiti-d- . maviustas we II! ...iri.,.. on tinned case ami keeponad-- ,, .. ""' III i?I..HL ,..,...... Annual Calendar, beautii i IWUM' ...v..v D..H.I--, . 0It . ,..... """ eilnesilnv. iximioii. was will! us ...w . fully decorated with highly tinl.hed i h it... . i.i.t two uionlhn, aiier Pascal Porter, the boy preacher, is wth THE GERTS' FURNISHER, pictures repsenting the four seasons Winter, life . F.very step in the direction of tniMiiruntlv -- Mr. J. K. Fair s has returned from' r. i. .i:.... .i... r ... Spring, Summer and Full will be sent Free .,, ,, , u -- : t. r ma, . w l ; ; 513 4th St., Louisville. ,,r,,longing the uudcniyed existence o any person who sends 6 cents ror a sample copy Aan!li wlrc w ,lblIKWI, of llis ri . Has at last hm mid its usual rtulj ,0 1(, of muU,s a, ood of the New York Ledger. ,(V84 ,Ie u.s Address , th s ,verisbable and luxurious adjunct of ..:...:.,., f i!h '.d we are glad, as Jonah, ROBERT IIONNER'SSONS, Publisher, The fa.h.on, of the day ,n the Gents- Furnish. onrdinnertables, will be of public ben-j",, for t a r '" ' "J'"PO'li OIir found in my store. I am i;j William Street.New York City. .. .. Iheorangers .Iiwtlni.it l. In. us gourd. ' niuU and mlvises hw friemls hav- - aHakl. ,m.rehant. who was rain-- up in This Calendar is worth fiilij 15 cents. tor the indunapoU. s.eam Laundry, ,h. .oiir .uu.wU.r iorru,potulint .....j. j,,,. milw,ortnrt sollth pro, .aiinori as the apple, when large itb them at n,L muri.antil.. im.innw ut ti1i!,!,i.lw iias b..t Uundrvin the world. atlivtionate greeting- - and s;iys he I0l,rt- , inu nun shall bring it within re.uhof the "is ,l'1,,.1.1 concluded to chanue his lie d of acton. i...,..it.. i.. n ItliV....) 11UIIMI IIU.lt i.n.n iuiiii.1, .inni:...i poon.-st- . Mr .1 V I iiviinu l.ns "Oln- In l.ex lie will probably locate at 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., villi or ... improved. You would think so if you .; ,.,ir.i:i f Cumberland (Jap with A. J. Fish. We Forty trees to the acre, or ;EI feet apart, STANFORD, KY. .V) and could hceh.u. wading into citrous f.uits, u.,, 'he bought in thia county. will be sorry to lose muU.h ia the ery t planting, though such an enterpris"' McKINNF.Y, KY. commonly jiut in. Thetcui-tutioOffice on Lancaster Street, oppotite Klare ery Wanting to k'eep posted on the doings of ing man as Mr. T who has proved himu The meetings grow steadily ... interest Hating removed to this pUee from Liberty, to is to crowd, here as elsewhere, and jw of self to lie nu upright and k, Jh ttl. a tht. ,is l)om(. honorable genFor Drugs, Medicines, the famous Sirup oi Fig practice his profewion, cull the attention of tlv despite the usual oppus.t.on Ah. me! '8txk how trees grow. pub k,mU heonIm thtf ,NTKB. tleman in his dealings with fact that of prescriptions ready at the public and tKet yourall hours, and topromptly and cor- - day lie to the to answerhe will betown, or all hours or night ,,,, ctly tilled at calltin get your Staple though To think list any can lmx- - the heart to (B JwHS u wnt l0 ,.im countn. Tree- - of tluve years are best, b,t.n Oroceries, fineCliir, Todet Aruclea, &c.,Koto Thirty eirs of his lite were spent in Stanford arid IIS Well as With the newspapers, which .uiivnui. "t.odi.s liKand .Nothing are frequently planted. In Dr J A. WILLIAMS he deems it unnecessary to speak ot his ability as l.otd&Co,McKinnev clI(tU(IU for vmw 111 always patrOllled Very liberally 111 will attend to our dru'department; also attend to apntslclan and surgeon A share of the patron..-n small croi may And Jesus - "wounded in tin- houw of of jears from the way ofadverti-in- g and job woik. ' cuCunv,"nU of ,heslck- nlghtor day, in town or agehim the people of Stanford and tic nity isasket! by HI friends." That is the worst of it. HUSTONVILLE. 6j.tf U kr.itherisl from of a host of friends ac- The good w Then on and on in rapidly increas- We are all beautifully well, and Praise We hae had no decent weather company him in his future uudertak- years from the wed the dear bum for it. Will and I preach ing ratio, till at d to manipulate the alternately. What a now ning joy tomy situ e Walton an average yield of l.oOOto'J.tMt oranges "lings." life, if only I can have my dear buy to CHURCH AFFAIRS. ti the tree rewards the happy cultiva-- t John M. Cooper has been confined foreuarn. huniers, tishermeo and LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. preach with mo. till Jcsiis come-- ! .r other-- not to trespass on our lands without per. sometime with u ilien-- i to his room for In several cities the i:orin.lo.-ii-- , (il.O. (. P.MISKs mission, as all such will he protocuted to the fullrhe i mp this year sold at CO to cts. est extent of thr lau Signed: now hiixe the contribiitinn boxes -. At i ii the tree, the purchaser gathering. THE LARGEST AND FINEST f. J MILL, Cov-- . Ilenrv Camnitz and wife aie at ;EO. I), HOPPER. STRINGTOWN. ed by hanil-om- e young ladies. The plan I.M McKOIIKIUS,JR.M.S. IIAUOHMAN. the lowest valuation, therefoie, each '.',- ington attending on Mr. Cariinit.Vmoth-ei- , is slid to he highly succes.-fu-l. 1sO.!l McAI.ISIER. HOTEL IN THE CITY. J.E IIRUCE We hiii-i- i slight hint ol winter ml (HXi orange tree yeilds $'J. Multiply ' S H.SHA."K, s who is tcpoitcd in a dying condiAll the Lexington churches have le- ' MRS H.ENR.X i.AfOHMVN. A JIKKUN1!) t'i s by (0 and yoiihave ls0to the aoie. this locality. tion. ceutly enjoyed levivals and the ineinbeis Willie Itell ha- the mi in of oM.lXM oranges gives half n All quiet on oui section of the Poto- are so Idled with brotherly love that RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDWalkei II. Itell, for SRK). Not a bad letiirn. iiitint o, JI0. for rent, they aie now holding a union revival, at mac. A great iinmy ING TO ROOMS. Mi-- s Katie l.ee ami Jennie 11. Wilch-- , -e ten acres tt out and carefully tend-- ' cheap, hut notakei-- . Very little which the varimi- - ipiench nltei- - or. of (tolling Folk, aiv their' I'lie careful cultivator has an inbeing transacted. liately. TURKISH RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOl'EL. . . ..ne of neurlvSUXK), of wliicb, nftei the grandmother, Mr- -. .Myers. Mr. Ward, of Mason county, arrived The Lexington Main Mi eel Ciuis cea-Ihereisa hportMiian'- - paradise in heie tliat first expondituies it t on a ten report;- i2 mliiitiuns lv Iwiptiun William Campbell and tiii- kept at the stmt, aftertho manner of this section. ROWLAND, K Mis. Swain, who - hi- - adopted datigh-- , U1i pv letter last year; loss InSim Jellnes went hunting the other; will be ttiis dnilp woild, ter. He was taken sick on hi-- , itnlvtil tiwith l nml Uy J.tti-- :is. Ifiivliir n iiw-S'l1! IjIj IX TM M LISA ) IU. stuik uiiipk-t- in all two iiole- its department, am1 tirotit. This is a low estimate of the uislit iitid ctiuglit live f and ha- - boon in bed ever since. A tele- contribution- - to K.mbeihipof desire tu call the attention ot the public to then ear- - income, Tlmt boats .11111,1 cats ami six iitb Mock nf Mcn' ami Hojn Clothing, H.u, Cap., y gram wasieceiMsl announcing' and other object.- the - That bliHjining widower. Hoots, Shoes, llr luiuds, Notions and Famil) .,,... i.r Mr. dit nu li.ill.iu. .111- .m. cr.-i l.is. wife anil ...:..:.....' ..1 ..) Cmcprics illm """i.l... .I,..,.....-..!.Cuiintr) pr- ducc takpn in exchanire 'n-W. McWhoiter. w ho-- e life is now ilent-, , Inbor to prince these u,,, forgootls Will h.itt our Christmas Siotk by Dr 'u i, . ,,,,, 1k. lemlwr il lalliiiuud look .it it , . i ., ., ln,,,ti- e- to, tivi crofts muipiy immense, ami tuio-- .. -IWessor I!r..wn e.,uar,l ha- - boon ,,...,........:.. rit, a little di)api.laUd, is still in the rinu. r in favor of the orang. wun ninKnigepeiiiiiein-i- o uetei moot .be ttain Mr- -. oiloik lVWeUy "d''"no th iu.n..uru..n...i.u nmiriiigeable .n.li-- i ful is the tenacity of lite in the If thuieiue any lovable, was capable of pio- or the human and Miuth owlll will go with him. THE KeOlliT KICK SCHOOL! semi Vin ... iiig.- where soil and climate suit. It spinsters in your pevtion Tj-Toremost, Freshest and Fftlrest ilucing Fimn the to kill it. Von tan down. n .'.in. it iiito-ilil- o COllden-e- d W.ltl-IADDITIONAL NEWS CONDENSED. Weeklj newspaper publi.lwd near trtf iriiur f X.lpOl of the ill open jjj un- A little ilmtghlei of Vn.ly.lohiiMiu's, t , isT.l nit it at an tup which would be he obtained a poisonoiu llc,Hipuiall..of .i,gro,t K.pubUr nd ...a.i.d ail or , .. 1 H...!..t On - on of Col. Ita-- il Puke cow hided liquid, which, when injected under the an.ithei tree, ami it will gmw at 01 .narmi mwck, wiu imrniHi to .leatli 4H1 1889. it .1 to any atldres. l.ir Im than imoitiiu n wesik, bi It lived .M hom be- when reduced to h for- - on Ul Friday. and son of Prof, (iaiue- - at Loiii-illii .una1111; nit, almo-- t inline- skin ot rabbit.- -, , siiHeriugs wenon diate death. The rabits died without ,h:eHrbut she died cause he cirrulittod Mun pupils hate .ilnad) cnj.ii(tl and the pros P"Pr Uih... wUh ri stump, with roots mutilated and her pccis.in-iniiibetlir than easy. In endeuvoiing in put out the him. tirin fur a This iiioiiiiug .t a leaf in sight. convulsion, the lieait and large blood wtwptJAihi.KA ioka it. th condu.t .,t cliixil Our work is thorough,la.t Isshuwn by lull as the A- Ciesceut and Kentucky teachers lio went out Irom us last te,ir We shall that had been the her mother'- hands weie so badly' The (Juceu some magnificent tiees vessels being engorged vvith blood. This till our jotirtiiHunt ilfairs, the ultalto4i m our make specialtt the ensuing tirm of the Common in tin- most burned that she will be cripple for life. Central railroads have educed their seem-t- o lim ked out of anil Courne siiow that huiiiaii bieath contlicrwiicrHemor thlr I'iduiicUI ami ui renvoi taih leiicucrs carcclj do lirnce than entir lug to muld betlsr Mr. err McWhoiter, who was fieight rate- - from the tobacco tains n volatile style, mid the entire top saw bittihi-iprinciple coiidiiH.iis h'b.I 1I10 our classes. piirltj of our Avirt.ii.N Kale- - from Ji o to taken seriously ill with something like district to Cincinnati. per month ed oil' when seven veins old. Only about which is more deleterious than caibonic .Mrs .M.l I'h.x.XY, lriiiciMl II ousts The Weokl) (iutetie Is a KuptiuJami t was taken diphtheria more than a week ago, is now Itepiescntntive Jtiino- - X. I'.iiine.- -, of acid. two bet ol the great .VsMslatit Miow is improving Missouri, wliile in his seat in the House eiirn ago. Ihey improving. .Mr. paper to the core and stand, lit t lie United Stales up That was eight Bucklen's Arnica Salve. produced ".'.(KH) oranges this year and are so last that lie will bo able to visit Hns-- ' Wednesday, was stricken with paralysis I'oiisiiuiuoii. It I., strictly speaking, a Fimiii R. B. salt e in the MiirM lor cuts, bruises Hie W. II. P.ell mid and died siiortly after midnight, simply Miperh tiees, with symmetrical tonvillo .'k,iancn, unit should be In cteryfaiuil) in this sorts, ulcers, salt rlitum, lever sores, tctter,ch.ip Testimony was given before the Kits- - ped Hands, chllbl litis, i.orti and all skin a chm ining pyiamid of deepest son went to Danville Minday ami has tops, SUCCESSOR 10 land iluring the net t ia month. 'I he Week d sellville grand juiy indicating tliatn bru- gieen foliage, where the gold of the or-- , not yet returned. and posttitely euro piles, or no pay re.Mr. John Inn man, a highly icspect-- ! tal wagoner, beeoiuiug gr.atedi.eat-enraged ut one quired It is kruaraiitiid to Kive perfect satisfac- l)li.tteis.i .l.pnr M'MICHAEL, n THE HATTER mice delishtH to nestle. There are many varieties of the lusc- ed fanner belonging to the old school, of nf his oxen, literally skinned the crea- - tion or money refunded Price 1$ cents per box. ment i full of imerii.t tu old and ttning The For sale by A R I'cnnt, Slimloril, Kt Oil 4TH AVENUE, ious, fruit. Iludding is common and all Owen county, has boon visiting his rela-- ' tuio alive. new s i. nit en from evert part of lie titilitd lives, Mrs. John Mrown, of Cnsev's MeHrvTns A Kicreligious thief stole the Xiclisorts of experiments in perfecting the globe, in proper form. A tariity ot sketches ef We desire to sa to our citizens that fur je.irs LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY oriingw are rife. Hut those who have creek, Mrs. Levi .Myers, of this place, olasvilh- Christian ehitich service, valu and melted the nine pieces of tie hate 1'ien sellin-- Dr Ktuj-'- .New I)Ui.mr triitel.adtcmu.es, long ,uid short stuiie, apfsir nioderato means and moderate desires and Mrs. L. F. Sharp, of McKinncy. ed at for ciinsiimptioii, Dr King's New Life Pills, eteit neek stick to what Is known as the 'Sweet Little Lizzie Hell, an Interesting child of silver in the. stove so as not to be de- Arnica Salt e atul l.lectnc Hitters, mid lint e The Nobbiest & Most Stylish W, II. Bell, has had the misfortune to tected in helling it. Seedling." Like the Concord among haiidltd remedies that sell as well, or that Send for h. Sarnlo Copy. Price SI a netcr Stock of e her hearing. Mrs. Levi Mvera is Year, or 6 months for 55 cents. grapes, it is good enough for anybody. hatt xiteu such unlters.il satisfaction We do not .... M(,vl, H. s. t.av. oftiarrard and hesitate lo guarantee them etcry lime, and we sull'ering from neuralgia. . The great hulk of the Florida oranges stand reaJy to r.tund the purchase piice if "Bright" and "Ilusset" are from this Todd, of Madjson county, results do not follow their tii These Semi-Weekl- y Mrs. Mary lluuk, of .Sharon, P.i., a Miss Lizie Com-- ; standard variety. Wednesday, (i. J. White remedies hntu won their great popularil purely llriiiboliever in the doctrine of "Chris- were married The " Bright" Walker, of (iarrard on llicir merits A K, I 'etui), druggist A word an to "Kussets. tian Science," became violently insane on st Son sold to Doty or clear yellow orange, and the Ittissets A lift) .i .oliiinn paper, published etcrt huge cotton mules at 17.) per lues county, the subject. The Verdict Unanlaious. are most frequently found on the Mime head. J. P. Sinimons shipped 4,000 hogs rid..) and coiiu.ins the gc.it ral uitv. at. Kter brought lo the iit ot di) ami ouistlllv, note open 1) Suit, druggist, llippus, hid., testifies ' It Don't Pay including the tiee. Various theories are broached to dining the season just closed, for which ' tan recoinmel.it Electric Hilars as the tery best lioiiie and ubro.ld . aCCOUllt for tilt once yellow Specimens To u.e unicnuin means when .utferinj: fri.in ilishe paid the farmers of Madison Ei cry bottle oiJ lias given rebel In remedy '''Hiousf Price SiMOayuar, or O months $1 lib. RIIUA AdUnn D.OI tloUN & lU a.HAlO turnlni: brown. Some think an iSect in un up T. S. Moberly has returned from e case One .nan tuok si l.oltles und was turcd 1.. .t.tiiil mil l iii .1.. ..urn .mini. iiv Sample coplos free (ii4Wcllillirx((rfrnm ucuc. Ntruiti Dakota. He Mild oi blooded cattle, a of Itheui.iatisin of .0 ) ears' standing.'1 Abraham And also my own importation of ICnglish Hats a very experienc-Only does it. ,oll,W)rr,or llllli.kirii and Caps An clega.il line ot Canes and I.yon's orange grower told me he lepudiated mnniy known .. consumption 0f the iuuKi) heni Vatican colt and two Poland China pigs Hare, druggist, Ilvlletille, Ohio, affirms " lie I. est 'I lie p. tniiiiu.it ulfered with the Wceklt and Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand I'ine el selling medicine I lute ctcr handled in my ao OolUen is Kuar StmiWei'kl) C.iiette .ire mlu. bli- Add res. the insect theory and attributed tlie!"r lien-'forl,0(X). Hogs in Dakota aie some' Thousands SEAL SKIN. SACQUES, CAPS, ineuions, u taken in time thing new under the Kim. T. S. I lagan, ytars' experience is Electric Milters ill iieni-i-of Klin nni "'""" ul,,IC .I......... rt unit pfotliarshate added their leslimuii), so that the UK CO.M.MKKCIAI. (JA.F.'ITi: CO , nr money paid for it will lit promptly refunded, ' coming in unknown conjunctions. Hag.ui, has bought uerdict is unanimous that Electric Hitters do enra itiin, Cincinnati, Ohic. a son of dipt. J. C , Olotes and other I'urW specialty Order, outfyionltercd for an Imur.iMe ine of Catarrh in all difrasesof the later, Kidnc)s or lllood. Onl side of city solicited, perfcLt satlsfactlor guirii-tec.. The fact -, nobody knows the origin nf ih. 11..1 1.. ii i, c ........... ..j ii..- ihiiiiitiiii. .. ,ir. n.ise h iioiu an interest in Collins' large furnitureand half dollar a bottle at A It l'iims dm; sure MKir II w.mkau, I'residtnt. o. Don't tail loorder u NOIIUV HAT. U n But disiu-- s the idea ed. 'the"ius-et- " Ki. iimn ssiiiii V 1'iis dint undei taking business. Climax. lfuX" ...... I,, 1 11 . ,i n-- .,.,:. '- 1 and 1'unlicr ( t and fx.uninel An..l tKil ork General I .Mjt-r- t ' Ulilllinil.ini.. ... ."..- -1. .., -.-till m.wt nllniel .. ll.Hi, lie . till theae.sthetchoiil with a and ihorehti Iiarmonv. ,. Hf.,.., -- Llie 'addition-- , ' .,... I iixi.s.i.-n.til.L- . 'iii'iii 111. " ... ,0 .. 111 I ' Dishman, Dishman & Metcalf, . I A. S. PRICE!, i ! . . t I iV -- - (.-...- . I - 1 "I". 111 " I ,., e. .fny 1 - . iii.-i-- 1 m,,,, uin-vh-i 1 LTJMBEH TTAUD 1 purch-ise- National Garment Cutter. t lli.-nll- 11 - r I kK-I- I m-i- - -- , ' ".M la-for-e .,.. . i iJ JZ r d 11 I VV" i if-ue- it, i aecel-u-rate- d Tne-da- y. j PHOTOGRAPHER, lar-.-e.-- 1 j . - .... . -- - J . . 1 77-t- f. I I win-iiiiiu- ...-...- in OFFER. uater-colored - pim-Kinn- ..... Is'i-ome- a '" ",'- - w,i-ks- tiin la-i- s. "". v.-- ... ' .... . Iniii-H- WOOD WALLACE, '. ,,, , , " ( ,,, ,,, - :'..... - . j - I d - tnM.ntn y Iw-s- XjOITJD & CO., n Coun-Ho- wj-j- I.L-e-!" in-i- - - three-year-ol- d pUint-4hir- s. i - -- j " coa-e- THE GALT HOUSE, POSTED. Ihi-noi- ' 7."S I'a-te- in I I ' matii-allectio- pa-s- . im-nig- e er. -- s.- e-- l vi-lti- ug pa-to- jr. ' k. Hijcvrosr, , i e, clu-te- r! day-sini- ce vi-- , - -' General Mercliandise, .1 ,- nine-tenth- j 11 1 1 opos.-uni- s. ,,, r 1 S7-.'- ; i liio-.la- ,ni.-M.- ns out-ide- of 1 , tfilu.i-i-ii- . - i J -- -- , " ,.,.......: ,h.-.- ;,'; ,. , - , The o Weekly Gazette, i ' . bu-at- pli-M- poi-ono- ii- ellei-t.-- . . . 111 ; ... J A bu-ath- -- February 11 e. , - gn-at- - 1 I '' j - - - .1 11 1 IIiom-epe- I l.oui-vil- le poi-ono- u- ;-- u tap-ioo- tt-s-t GEOGHEGAN, irup-tiun- hrs-i- ' 1 . I - ; s lluck-len'- s lo-- satis-facto- The - mcrclal Gazette, ,."i H A T 8- 9 I world-renown- ed 1 VV . - ()0,000-Col- to-da- y 1 '""'." - .or - lunK'-""r-"- " I .. y ' ,,. - ' I 11 s ""- - 1 d fit-n- , V- - -l.'JLL.T- MM ! A giddy Baptist preacher, the Kev. The Atlanta Constitution went to the Judok Mostort at Frankfort has de--l useless trouble and expense of sending cided in the Tato suite that the State Lem G. Snvagu. of Celina, Tenn., got InteriorJournsl one of its editors nway up to Columbus, cannot recover on the bonds of 1SS4 and tiered of his wile and eloped with a 0., to interview Little Breeches Foraker '80, on tho ground that ntinal settlement younger and prettier widow. Senator Dolph has been on the Southern question. He was with tho treasurer by the proper olHccrs nDITJO-O-IS5c Ky., January 25, 1889 quite glib with his tongue and said relinquishes the State's claim to liability from Oregon, but there are not ten men Stanford, in Kentucky who could have told he among other things that the only trouble on the sureties for those years. This onis that the negro vote is suppressed in ly leaves the years of 18.SL' and '88 to be had ever bean elected before. DRUGS, BOOKSJSTATIONERY, The democratic caucus of the X. .1. the South. Hut, until the trouble is re disposed of and they will probably goout FANCY ARTICLES, &0 W. F. WALTON. moved, he says there can be neither tho same way when the case comes up legislature decided to pass a bill for the .-' 'fWitra ml of the local option law, and to let peace nor prosperity neither union nor noxt month. Wo feur it will be a very PhjMcum tts riptii'tK .u.ur.itcly i "npoupilrJ, the high license lawvrftnnri as it is. f the shot eun Dolicvi of ' diminutive sum that the Mate will real brotherhood. Tiik Samoan Islands an n Muall clus- suppression is not used then charges of ize from tho huge steal of "Honest Dick" Attachment suits have been tiled ter in the. Pacific Ocean about midway crime are trumped up against the negro Tate," who should have had the word against W. H. Pioins, at Jellico, and lictween tho Sandw ich Islands anil New and he is shut up in jail till after the "thief" branded on his forehead, instead application, made to the courts to set THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Zealand on a line from San Francisco. election. Commenting on this the paper of being allowed to wear such an appel- aside the Nile of his property, recently CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. According to treaty stipulation the Amer- says: "The trouble is, the negro vote is lation. noted. ican and several other nations are bound suppressed in Governor Foraker's mind, Col. Sani South, the oldest son of Ever brought to thi mulct. Price loucr thn I.t. Gov. Bnv.w, who isacting govern- Col. Jere South, w ho was oncethe lessee ,hc w.tchti, clock .d JcU-He- . to protect the islands in the right to rule and not in the South. The cure, thereP'lrcd on herl'notue ami warranted. English government fore, lies with him and not with us. or while the old man goes after his young of the penitentiary, and a political powthemselvos. The ' has signified its intention to riiiipft ti'itu rmf n twinrrt in tin Ctidi ( wife, who is visiting her former home in er in the State, died in Franklin county, Itichmond, Va has signed the death aged .ro. with the United States in putting a stop Georgia who did . ... in November ' tvu tini? f lAitM l ilLnrujM ' lrt til- (o German aggression in Samoa if inter- as freely as Governor roraker did. John 1). Kobinson, who is charged i He'.ing Berry Marion, another l negro, who national law and treaty stipulations have and his friends prefer to believe that the with committing a rape in Taylor, was! ' been violated, and this may bring Ger- Southern whites are villains, the juries asked him to behave himself in a more only saved from a mob by strategy and double-quic- k orderly manner, at a church at Seotts-vill- was afterwards taken to Louisville for' order and forsworn, the judges perjured and the many to time in Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in The date of the execution is Mar. safe keeping. stop thewar,whichiftheluufis told, our whole system of law pernicious and op government is bound to wage. Several pressive. If he would only understand "2d. It was the ilrst paper of the kind the George A. IVarce, of Mobile, Sccrc-- i have been dispatched to the that the Southern whites areas honora- young "governor" ever signed, hut it is tary of the Planters and Merchants In-but it will take six week for them ble as the whites of the North or even to be hoped it is not his last if the cases surance Co., has skipped with $o0,tx. Carta, to reach the islands. The matter is be- approximately so -- he would very soon come up. Thereire enough murderers He worked the religious dodge anil was Carts, ing thoroughly investigated by the war see light breaking through the clouds in the State, who ought to be hung, to not suspected. "W na. k1 f"1 3 keep him signing several days. -- Three years ago Peter Tiltou.of Now WfU'AAlg' department and if it be found that the that now envelop him." SWIjL .DUUJ& W GermatiB have mistreated the Americans l his week His Hampshire thiappcarcU, Tin: Minnesota legislature has postCoi. Pint.i.irs, of the Lebanon Standthere and torn down and burned our remains was found in the woods hanging poned the election of a I. S. Senator, to flag as reported, very decisive measures ard, who has been carrying on a newstontree. The clothing alone held the invcstigate.the charges of briberyagainst I5JJKy e .llowers, will le reported to. Secretary Hayard paper war with Col. Colgan, of the the republican candidates, Sabin and skeleton tOk'ether. Messenger, has decided to give the K. T. Broun, a capitalist, foiinerly of lias a chance to send the administration Washburn, and the news comes thut out in a blaze of glory, and we trust he public a rest by seeing if the editor-poe- t Lexington, Ky., was killed with " " Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Engines, Threshing Machines, Clover has Mv.ihly the honest republicans will pin and robbed of a 1,000 diamond and means business. In other wonts he will be equal to the occasion. Gov. unite with the democrats and elect a Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horso Powers, Hty, chairman of the Hou.--e Commit challenged him to mortal combat and other valuables in a short distance of his man upon whose skirts there is no susGrain, Seeds, Coal, &c, tee on Foreign Affairs, believes there is the challenge is as follows: "We prohonit'at Wichita, Kits. Colgan through these picion of fraud. It is said Unit some of i ..hr. torcfuA m.c ir but little danger of war, as he thinks the pose to Lieut.-Co" t U. .u. i. nc..f iho coumr; i The murderer Hawcs, who killed the members were offered government " German government after investigation writings, which will be handed him by ... ;... ... i so on ioy his wife and two childien at Btrining- ... .. .i ow.ers ti.uw aim will make all necessary apologies mid in- nur frfon.l. tlu. lV.tm(miT lit Pinevill.. I'nons, nearly a, ham on whose account W"nd Washburn. LvTi:n. Thej score and people were killed, has been in- 'that we will throw rocks with him to a i"H demnities. of finish at a distance of 900 yards, ti, "'"er was elected. dieted for each olfi'iise. FoniTKKX million seems to be the fa- lieutenant-colonestanding in front of l I. K. Mtliurriii, the Iteiniiigtoii ex Hull, ...... No. i.i.ii. th.. ....... ulm w iminiii. you vorite number of petitioners when tliel'meville Hotel and ins antagonist in '.....j,,,, " . . ,.,,..,1,1,,,. in. I .nis- - pert, wrote M wor.Na minute for live ...,,.., r want Congress to do something. Senat ii 01 me nearest, nottso inereio. tor Blair's Sunday Vest bill lias that ironi is Colgan's chance to become the ille, is not the amicable and popular minutes on Ins machine at l tiicinuati Now Col. W. M. Hull, who writes "In and Tuesday. The copy was not selected number and so did the W. C. T. t's. David of his day, by .slaying tho ther. Ireing unfamiliar legal testimony. Kentucky" in the Courier-Jour- bill will require everybody, railThe Goliah, who has slandered his mil. Toe colonel .Iocs not know pig, -- Kobbei stopped the fast titiin out roads, newspapers, etc.. to shut up shop "citv." iion from anv other kind of iul-- ami of "' ClnVinnatl Tuesday nlghtandatteiupt- willy nilly. The right of petition has es- AiinVi.KMKXTs for a tittingcelebration combines or any other wickedness he is 'l to enter the eNpiess car, but tl recognized in our governalways been opened lite 011 them and they innocent as a spring lamb. When ment, but the average petition isn't It .hvurrvil only :i worth shucks. Many sign it without inauguration of Gen. Washington as! not wielding his facile pen he puts in "hoofed" it away. his spare time studying for the ministn. ,l,i,,,s f''"'" Ludlow. knowing what it is for, others to be Piesident of the United States are being) me imfi is now obliging anil still others to save the both- - made ami the day promises to be a mum-ti- r onewoul.l judge from his w itings. Mates shall liu the peninsula ol unei of an argument. A man should at-- orable one. It will occur April 'oth and Tiik negroes all over the country who California (rout Mexico at a pi ice of 20.tach his name to one with the same hoi-- ' it has been arranged that the church new another's note, bells all over the country shall ring to have heard of Mahone's interview '.ire ox).()00. The llgure Is not eunslileiel And tancythathe does to intensely indignant ami at Atlanta they large, for the advent of the Southein I'a- ! which he may have to pay, but unfortu- - yelebrate the event of one bundled years have gotten up a monster petition ask- - ,.j!le road at the coast has made it most nately but few do. Believing the Bible .ago, when the church bells throughout ing Harrison to keep him out of his valuable propeity. when it says that the Sabbath was made the thirteen states rang out to call the ome of the more radical cabinet. The grading on the new Louisville man for the Mihbath, people together to pray for the success for man and not white republicans aie also very mtu-Southern line from Ijiwreiiceburg to we regard Blair's bill as we do most of and pioiperity of the country under the wrought up over the utterances. l.,.xintoti has been begun mid the iron his other conceptions, as the invention administration of him, who was "ilrst in ' work for the bridge across the Kentucky ... war, tht in peace and ilrst in the hearts of a Pharisaical fanatic and crank. i .nam. k kk, who gave many thou-- ' lias already been received. I he of his countrymen." , amis to bribe oters for Harrison while river to . . has ,. iiiillli. ., . obtained ileum is nothing on earth Tiieiu: ltri airiu ltij nj r ' . liu iniyrj ll in Liiiflliii IIMIIIOH utui 10 uniin nit: tiiitnit Villi lf QiLrnQii' ..l.f.t nml t.miLir iviru in ' Tiik vU.. tarill' bill, ....,.v.v bv .t l 1: I.. :.... I..I. "" ' ' "-'" "" - "" k Mrmllrv, a niuniftl nmn, oraccident of a devoted wife for the! the republicans to beneilt the inoiio)oWi..l.litHO it llli .lf' In. "V " husband she loves. But it must be a lists and pull the wool over the eves of ,. ,;', ', ami llltilhl what who was ant'otod lu- wivk, t'lnirttl that is with assaulting little girls, whom he p...( tl.a't body ' ls V " ediics,lay soietrialfora wife to minister to the the ordinary rom there. into lonely places in I'airmouut wants of a husband, whose misfortunes Tuesday night by a strict party vote have come to him uy reason of his falsi-- :IJ to :J0. There has been much time Congress and 'M legislatuics ate Park, Philadelphia, was yesterday conxk ty to her. The thecaseof irgil right, ami much wind spent on the bill, but making laws for the people. Let us be victed and sentenced to ill ytiirs and s the Ixmisville merchant, who was shot it will not become a law even if by any uiifeiguedly thankful that Kentucky is month imprisonment. The reports of the liiidge disaster at by his mistress, and who has since hoy-- j possible chance, not probable, enough among the list of the few suites that are ered between life and death, is one in democrats could be found in the House sp.uvd the infliction. Ours does notcon-ven- Spoltsillr were overdrawn. Only one oint. With a pretty wife, tlnee heal- - to give the lejuiblicans a majority, 'for P. T. L., till the last week in lSsil. man wits killed and time wounded. Twenty men were thrown into the ner thy children and an apparently happy Honest 'rover Cleveland stands ready Tin: News promises "Sweet Owen" to but they wen le.scitcd more scared than home, he wandered oil' after a woman to throttle it with his veto and thus projumes 11. uiveus loriieuieiiaiii governor. hurt. of the town and she finally shot him al- - tect the cause of the people. he Doss who was treating the As the county is neaily solidly demo- - court's injunction with contempt has most to death when he iliilu t do exactTiik chairman of the Kxceutiw Com- er.it ie, "our candidate" has a pretty good vamoosed. ly to .suit her. If Mrs. Wright has tilled mittee of the Kentucky Press AssociaiMiMiii.t-iinif In ilertilos to niiikt fiimi V.tvv '.miIuiw! .!ii'. titt in tho the place of a loving wile during his an- tion, Mr. I "icy Woodson, announces in, it. ." ,,,... ,:.., ...i.;..i. i.:, 1.1.. is bitter than human and (ill.guish, she the (hveiishoro Messcur tlmt tln nev t . 1. ...11.1 : .I..-- . .i. ..... ..........I .. III Ml llll' lull . Ilini'U Mil' -- 1.1. M'l... "ly entitled to the poet's elogiutn of llll' II... .......1mis certainly mil. muii'ii : .11 .. ii 1... .!.. . i.r. 1... iivsuiiy ni i'ijiii-iiiin- in 01 ministering angel. cfijo. . noiuie to tniiltiiilv lino reiileuisli 1111 olllccrs ileclaie that the statements and hints at a 1110attract ve down of v uu in K.rumg ute alleged teaiiug ,.:..,. ... ... , earth in the case of a coui.Ie Tiik Cincinnati Commercial makes J ItTncearoiii, the staitliug admission that demociatic n.Min.i I. Mi Uoodvm wo.ke.l ar.I to Ami ricans and ll.ingon Itriti-- h olll.e.s son. 01 tmir-ot- ii Heel, C.'oods members of Congress are more levercn-tia- l hau his city chosen as the place lor the ,,",I,- - "" "'mat IU,fomili,.4 Cienerally. and icspectful dining the morning ineeiing ami he is leaving nothing NEWS CONDENSED. Charles Tinkler, theCiiiiiiimiti youth piaycr than the icpublicaiix, who upend done to make it one that the editors will who forged checks to the amount of THE BEST NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES IN THE MARKET. Senator Heck is in Cuba. His health thetime pulling cigais ami examining always leiiiembei. several thousands of dollars and got the ,r is iiiiiih nnproveil. J lie ueinociais their correspondence. money, has been sentenced to live ywus Tiik dead-loc.s)li'll(li(l line I'nekol iml T;i!ii I' ('lltllTV. in the West Virginia -- A eaitliipiake destroyed :'.KJ Iioiims nearly all rise and stand with bowed in the pen. He was captured in Senate was bioken on the PJiith ballot j Asiatic Turkey, town of heads. The paper adds that the latter where he was cutting a wideswath, (iov. I'liderwood has left Kentucky much by the election of It. S. fair piesident, ' HKST SOAP, STARCH AND ISLUIXO. piobably know they stand s with a girl he claimed to be his wife, al- VERY a decided victory for the democrats and permanently to settle at Columbus, O. more in need of prayer and that the so of Cincinnati. is a dead settler of the fraudulent claims st. Paul's iranil ipein louse burn-o- f praying is mostly intended for them, An effort having been made to sethe opposition. The republicans no Monday. It cost Sl'oO.ixX); insured for always reasonable and :ootls iir?t-Hasthat they sue bound to be attentive. longer hoping to steal jIQJ cure a poitrait of Mis. Cleveland for the the govei norship .r7.",h00: nobody hurt. The real reason lies in the fact that the for (.Soil have nominated him for l White House, the Piesident writes: Iv. S. T. A Height ran into a passenger train , democrats are religiously raised gentle- Senator, but a democrat will be elected. at llanodsburg Wednesday, doing much "Fully appreciating the kludnessintenil-edmen and always tieatsueh matters with have to say that both of us me o There is considerable opposition to damage, but hurting no one. reverence and decorum. opposed to the pioject that you could' but this will probably subside ami he Sunaloir) MePhcison in New .leisey not show us gi eater consideration than al Owim. to an regularity in the ietiiii will be 'and Coke in Texas have been by mi entire abondoniiient of the of the Texas electoial vote, caused by opposition. Tin: Pullman Palace Car Co., has gob- the latter without scheme." UNDERTAKER, (he electors failing to sign their names bled up Attillu Cox has gathered in ii'.'.OO),-the Maun Boudoir and the Jack, the Kipper, has trausferiedthe containing, the result, "ff . () on the envelope dining his : years as Collector of scene of his operations to Kingston, JaWiHxhuir Sleeping Car companies and Ingalls icfused to receive it and the lmo now has a monopoly in the business. It Internal Bevenueat Louisville. maica, whcic he has just murdered and "tar State may be cut out entirely in the Senator Haw ley, of Connecticut, who mutilated the bodies of three prostitutes is to be hoped, however, that it will not it doesn't matter much, hislirst-boin- . He marfinal count. But put up lodging higher than : a night, is :, is fondling after the manner of the London outragfurther than t shows very remarkable though if it has the inclination the peo- ried a noted war nurse about a year ago. es. To the body of the last woman If -- Owen, the last of "old. no. Brown's" stupidity on the pint of the electors. ple who patroufc them will have to ititiiil wia lillllliiil aim nf iiin m iii and those in the New Yolk electors sons, but one died at I'dena Cl. H,,,1.l as u.,itt,l)( ..,.flurti.(.H dance to the music. were to make such a mistake there where he had been living the life of a iiiit. .lack, the Kijiper." Vv fut iiri'ijiu in nuL'itit ttloiint ill lintmit might be some fun, but Texas counts 011 -- A d.spa c f.on. Ha.io.Ls burg says vou be our next Secretary of Stated -I- "ive counterfeite.s who have Hooded the wrong side of the balance sheet. tin- ' """ " ie of who. esponded, "That ,,ncstion can be! the mountains with bogus half dollais as a dead sure tip that " '.u. th.cM and best c.tiens, It is given been a.iested in IMill '" " better answered at Indjanapolis." The and nickels have tell and bn.ke her leg a the hip. Or, 'Keuator Allison has been tendeied the plumed knight is entirely too modest.' county. will treasury portfolio and that he "nouiit of her advanced age and sue, I0I111 Wanamaker did not go He knows that all he 's to do is to it." Blaine, will have the first posi' ih thought she can.,., get we . M. fiddle and his man Harrison will dance. France as stated, but to Indianapolis in ' . P. Har- '"--' ol Kev. tion so this settles two of tho cabinet. is said bv invitation of the Pres- stead, it " vey, of the Baptist Kccorder, of Louis- - Has on what's the use of the newspapers ,.,,,.., Ik Fairchild keeps on he may have :.,,,... Bnt exhibition at his place of business an INDESTRUCTABLE tearing their shirts about the matter? the X. V. Custom House manned by, tv,. ..... uem killed, one fatally in-- . vilIc'- - She weighs neatly ::0() pounds. Burial Casket that certainly deserves the nam, nnnlipri t it t. . xu a Harrison can't keep the secret more democrats by the time they will all have inreil nml sevcrnl others udlv hurt bv The fellow who uasanested in Mene . o ....... matnt.taA r "a U"U Wir0 Ci0lU so as to ab than IW days longer and we for one ran to walk the plank. An administration ' explosion in a mine shaft at Xiinti: fee ounty for Tascott after being severe:, ""fu,"w"'3,J an which has waited four years to turn the coke, Pa., yesteiday. fctand to waiL ly shot, went to .Mercer after getting, solutely prevent separation, decay or penetration. Of course the rascals out hardly deserves, more than it lawell ami under the name of Charles casket is handsomely trimmed both inside and out, so that the Although theie weie a doen school board decided got. Tiik louisville dies were candidates for the place, the Dickson, wooed ami won Miss Maud material it is constructed of is obscured from view same as in wood of Hto 10 to abolish the teaching the HerA or.vu fellow in Fleming county Indiana democrats have nominated a Bonta, to whom he was to have been or Other caskets. exman in the public schools after married the very day a detective ai restpints of a strong decoction man for State librarian. piration of the pii's 'lit session, and all drank three Legis- ed him as an escaped Tennessee con. of wild cheiry barkto cine hisconsuinp-tionBoth Houses of the Aikansas the newspapeis, Mive the Anzeiger, are vict and lodged him in jail. Ho is said In a few limits his cough was en- lature have instituted their Kopresonta-tivesnnThe board is heels over head in hippv. tirely stopped; likewise his bieatli. Senatois in Congiess to light to be a sou of Dr. llanley, a reputable wj.1 save S'0,000 Hunk Kirjitni, Short Hand, Tflryraphu. tic d. lit and this physician of Lewisbiug, W. V11. bill. Death Imd donu its work. ir rue jur iHiniupiio una mi ihnriiltllluil the Blair yar Semi-Week- ly A. Bo T PENNY, CTIEJ-WIEXjIEI- '- (r-tiI B f-.-'- SX D 1 j ... "" i GEO. D. WEAREN, Mangr' Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons AUUU5, Road Speeding e. i men-of-w- 1 Buggies, ' n I! QJ TTTti. (VU9, ' Wagons, Log "Wagons, l'ine-vill- Harness, Wnjjon Harness, Reapers, Hay Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn I'lanters, y, l. ii l . - . . , i .- - " d ' New lot Queensware, New lot Glassware, New lot Tinware G-oo&- ' , 'Kt 11 Hew Canned j pr.iKr-etiut- m 1 ITew Molasses, eeieil - nianv other tliiuirs j 2Tew Candies, and f'rsli ind n. ' 4 i i , ' T. R. WALTON STANFORD, KEITTUCKT. ---gO0DS.- ! et-u- right-of-wa- INBIIBII-IIIHUIMU".'""-'- - ., ', Ix-e- tax-paye- r, ". d """") , - 111 ,, -t d tt'lt,J-'ralhe- 1 j I MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS , e, 1 , J I i -' ' : " - .1- 1 -. . 11 I I 1 1 -t Currants, Citron, Raisins, Fig's, Concentrated Cocoaniat, Gelatin, Corn Starch., Chocolate, Extracts, Oatmeal, Cracked I cneese, lined Wheat, Iloniim, Canned 11 11 -- k loii-doi- i, j ' I I I ' d gTTrici's s., ?! , Walton. Ken-11:- I -- 11 m Ko ;.)d -- 1 WnEAMKN THE CtS --a--'; s52ap I in-dia- ;:,, I 1 ', '. ac--- pt l.-- t; " other-m-la- w I .,., ,", -- ' K d lop-oi- r 11 BRYANT & STRATTON Business College I'Mii'-atiouu- l LOUISVILLE, KY. w,imnlt.w , v,, V Kvai'Ohatki) fruits of ever)' variety at Ir you want a Mt of buggy harness do MeUalf ft Foster's. not fall to examine our Block. Metcalf ' A Foster. grass seeders nt W. A nkw line of Hamburg, laces and Tom Hazi.ett, a knobite, hot hiumelf llouneinpi for aprons at Suverancu fe 25. 18Bl H. Higgins Stanford, Kv in the foot Wednesday while loadinghis Son's. ' Tin: tlrm of N. I. Powers A Co., are - - . taking hii inventory of their stock of Tin: negro, Hugh linker, who was ar- pistol. The wound is n very painful B.O.VAL.TON, UUSA. MQIlUROr rested Saturday night for selling whisky one. good. - - Is Receiving His in Macksville, was cleared at his trial at I.T is said that James N. Aldridge, of Wk have just received h large stock of Ijincaster Monday. PubltHtaod Every Tuwwlay nnd Friday (Jarrnnl, has a dog that has eaten its own saddles nnd can sell you one nt very low AT llgurcH. in drummers' wag-- ! tail off, thinking it was some other .Mctcalf A Foster. Ki.koaxt turnouts J PJCU YICAH.IN rfV.lJVvrrUJ-on, surreys, buggies, etc., with genuine oogs. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial Tin. young gentlemen composing the Kentucky horses furnished on short noI will open my store Pv Attention. rWhm not o paid S2.60 ill be chanted."' Jtoylc Social Club will give H hopat Cen- - tice by I. M. Hruce. on next Monday, the tWth. All custom. tral Hotel, Junction City, . Ai.Tiiortni his prediction failed to ers indebted to me will please call and K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ko , KUU A to. second hiind phae- - come to pass in regard to an ice harvest settle. 1 need the money and am bound THAT ton. For particulars enquire at the during Christmas, Mr. John (!. Smith, to have it. Kate Dudderar. r of Mrs, Smith Irwin on tagan is not disheartened but comes again to p in. Cors' Minstrels, which contracted to avenue. th front and says he "thinks" the iceplay here next Tuesday night, have evifill men may prepare L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Aiunii. Mr. It. K. Owsley, who their houses betweenthemselvesandto --M.ith dently stranded, as wo have heard nothHAVK the '(ith ' eving from them recently. If it is that went from thin county to of this month. ...I J Jipm end years ugo, and became n slock tradkind of a show we are glad it went to Mail wain Koine Xcrli. .1 South. ...i Jipo Tin: deacensof the Methodist church pieces before it got here. ..iis;pn er, has assigned with assets stated at l.ipre trin South North desire us to Bay to the young people who ....)7m ...J to am tfl.oOO; liabilities UwaI Ftcichl Noith. H. K. Weaken, the undertaker, has ou talked during the entire sermon on Wed6tf p iu Sfiuth - atry Wi: will begin Saturday, January '.'Oth nesday night, that shonld they again bo exhibition at his place of business an '1 ht Utter tram to auction oil' a large amount of our stock. guilty, their names will be called out in inilistrucUble burial casket that certainThe above tic.UuUtcd uu standard time, Solar All are invited to attend. l'.A. l'itmiui, church and a severe reproof given them. ly deserves the name applied to it. It is tut.tls about to minuics fa.ter. the popular auctioneer, will do the sell- - We are indeed sorry to mention this and ingeniously constructed of terra rotta inir. S. I.. Powers & Co. sincerely hope there will be no rejMiti- - and wire cloth, so as to alisolutely preMEANS BUSINESS. - tion of the oUcuse, which no doubt was vent separation, decay or penetration. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchto Of course the casket is handsomely 'atciii and icwelrv repaired and Wi: would like wentknow why ho much thoughtlessly committed. maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness to Lancaster. Hro. Stanford mail U warranted. A. K. Kenny. trimmed both inside and out, o that place to buy drug", patent Karnes' letter, which appears Tin: Sin: lOVKD to Hiiik. Wednesday's the material it is constructed of is ob- and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the medicines, and toilet articles is nt A. K. went there and hardly a day pawn that train from the mountains brought an old scured from view, same as in wood or eye. 1'enny's. we do not something with "Mis-he- couple who from their appearance were other caskets. Hfv your school hooks, ink, tablet, and Forwarded" from Lancaster on upcr, jcncils mid scliim! supplies of all it. The mail clerk will please lie more evidently from the backwoods. With MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. In mis from A. It. Penny. them was a little girl who had become so charmed with her llrst ride on the in ready and I need the particular. Yin it account Mr. Sandy T. Carpenter and Miss mean ou. Don't think tins money. am train that it was almost an impossibility Maggie Spears were married at the An km three weeks' I!. A. intended for some one cist nxrutii at my post nt Mr. It. K. WeaienV to get her otf. She cried and begged to bride's home nearMoreland Wednesday, i I'ennv. ftirnitme and uiidertakincr'stablishmeiit be permitted to again get on, but the at Mr. Carpenter is a thriving young far PERSONAL POINTS. where I will be found ready to wait on tention of her parents was entirely tak mer of the West Knd, while his bride is j of Mercer, my friends and customers. Come in and en up in looking on a city for their lirt both in.tty mi(I airulllJ)iiHiM.,i. Mil. MlKOK V.(lll)L Mr It. I). Padgett, a prominent Me uu when in town. P. Parrott, with time and her pleading failed to reach ma here yesterday. young business man, of Kubanks, and I..' 11. AiMh, ol Mt Vernon, H. K. Weaien and aent for the New their ears, so the tiain moved on leavMrs. ing the little one in sore distress. Home New iny Machine. MissMnttic Kail, n pretty young lady, iii town Wednesday. week Yester .Mm. Hex lh.ui is sjiendini; the A Or. ui Okcii iiii friend .seeds us were married at the Tiieiie are now 17 ptNoncr in the with Mrs. Maltha Paxton. the following which we give urlxitim day by Judge T. W. Vitrnon iu his most1 Jail, thelaigest numberfor earn. A few impressive manner. The contracting Mil. 1. Ki.j.n left Toevlav for the mouths after prohibition had et in rt H(r,vitHi. If not particularly interesting parties left immediately in private eon-tour. Wmit on a propcctiii of its space by act.Isiler Owe us hnd not a hoarder and now it may prove worthy veyance for their home. Wilson went to .el HMis. Hbxh few of the iihM ing as a word of warning to those who the jail is crowded. to cee his parents. ilton Tuovly tabid niedicted that theie would be nu do not adhere strict!'' to the desires of The roaring gas wells are a wonder, IIo.n. (.!. Mvrr Amw, Secretary "f me heads of the while at- - but none the more use lor a iuil after niobibitiiin hail b than the effects of Hte, was in thi- - city yf.tenla. "On Mon- - (ianter's magic chicken in etlect vearor so. but we ate sorrv to t'11,lin l,arti'" or tl"' cholera cure. of tlusiounty. Mi- - M .nii: Koiii.nn, say that they can't claim such a victory day night Mr. '. W. Spaiuricr give n, Sold and warranted bv Mcltoberts U vUitliit! relatiwt? at llojiklnivill. play party to his fellow citizens and Stagg. as they had (nice liojusl. L't J. P. StMiiruK. our valued Jjincanter Fiiends of this community, ami by Sev- - YVcdncwlay. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture er respondent, was henWk don't ay it to flutter him, but the! ' 'Mock his rooms was well crowded VKW VIlVKimSKMEXTS. V. V. SeiiiHii.rn, of the Mt. Merlim: oditoi is the m.Ht awkward man OI, hut when the fun was to commence he and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods here this week oil htiM- - crutches that ever tried tlmt means ofj would not let them dance or play noth- ette. w can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con-- , Mil ItJk .,...!.:,. L.A...i!.... While practicing iiiir ""l Mlimiili amine fAtlt.,t.x.l io any, .... lM. It. i Whii mm, wife of Paint ""-'oojecieu vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Ma. that had singing in it ami after a 'lltI,,on tho'iii iu his room Wednesdav, en Uek, piissdd throni.d.yo.torday ,'Lvhile they got tired of hitting and doing, if(n nnii . r I.,.. viHU.t'.nrvly on his nrently broken thigh, nothing and they all got in to a little I have urtd the MTvue n j (.ompttenl I Mns.A.A.McKiNVHM.ash Maker anij am prepared to tin xny and all ntnuiire to sity, without breakini: it over. game of play singing (I measure my love mg tbefamllyof Mr. John Kurhiinaii, at Vindsof repairing to UilRiti, The fall has made him very win and to show youi When the old man come Work cntruvltd til me Ulll hale n Carn:iKe, Ac nersunal su. (nib Orchaid. lmork unranticd I'riert rcauinperviin will add H'vcral days to his "iuipiifou-ment,- " to the door and mea.sured his love with able. W.M. DAlCIttRt V. is visiting her, Mu- -. Ki.TTiK.MrKixvi: his foot by Kicking the door oil' of the which have now reached ."is. Missi-Lettie and Helle iiiens hinges and of coiiim- that caused a panic near McKinnej. Wk would coifider oiirvlvesab-mlnttilliiniu the Villllli' lililiiw 'mil imim linnn. Mits. Jiiiiv McM.hii: and Mt- -. file v devoid of appreciation should we fail cd out of the win.low while others even STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Cowan to mention a delightful seienade tender - run oil' and left their iwuigliiuaii an- visiting Mrs. over shoes." (d us on Wednesday night by a half do near llustonvllle. All pcrw- - uinlani; a pleasant life .imt .ll plent iwife let them made Mu. I. kw is McDoNAtii, of Lexington,; ,.n ( Stanford's prettiest girls, nccompa- Oxk M w Kii.i.kii and Axotiii:i: ovk Stanford Holler Mills me I'atrnt Klnur our at t'11 for it at and if thr hae r.u! ol it cu hnnd, ur;t is visiting his grandfather, Mr. Thornton ni,.,i i, VlH ,u;u,y of her ma-- t gallant ' Wocndkii. Daniel O'Mally's through them to keep it. or Kit an urdcr from them and young men. .No were used freight was switching at Pittsburg Tues- Kt't It at the Mill and will guarantee a pleusaiit Porter, nenrttiUicrts Creek. lamil Mil. S. L. Piiwmis, of I'olumbiis, i)., the niuic, exclusively vocal, was day and two of his hrakomen, .loe Prew- W S I'OI'TS, si.perintctidcnl. see how his great otli beautiful and openitie. Mav these itt and .lim Kaines, were joking eachotlt was heiv this week to Uirgaln store" is progressing. excellent voting people, whove missions er while they were passing over the box Mu. M. V. Smith, who has been vl"it - ,eie seem toU- the making happy of cars attending to their duties, when Tom I iug his lelatives here, lett yesterday for other ieople, live to lipe old ages and Stringer ami Sain tiragg, two characters! during their vovage over life's titful ea ' noted for their meanness, pretended that his home at VanAMyne, rex. nisht, December loth, in the lk,, mnnv lllnri, hearts as blight and they believed Prewitt and H.iines in- - ofOn Sunday Ky., a HI.ACK ItOkSK, about totvn Mu. it. II. UiTiiitiKiind wife, of near Stanford, ijU visiting till tended their jocular lenuirks for them. h.md hi;h. 5 j mix old, l.olh hind Itt t while, m.ifi Perryville, have happy as they did ours. Mar in the fcrihcad and unip on no v. He carries laughter. Mrs. J. A. Carpenter. .lter Kaines nail uiioriiieit them in a run tail, uhich m ery heal y, a little one sided. Itc h the good ladies who send out Ictteis pM1,elnllv manner that that thev were uasliitchril to side liar bu;i;. comparatively Miis. Kmii.v mi fKi.i:is)iii is consider liesidet the Statu tilue iloth hmnss the lecipicllt to forward 10 cents ...i;.,..., .,nlollL. tu.meelves .il.oi.l "tl.em- - new, with $50, I will sue J?? for the reeoieryuf reward of sl dangeroiislv ill at her daughter's Mis " . I .1 hor-J VS. C. It KID, tilt bu;K' ""'I thief r me cIU,se tney tepreseniami ie.ticM - s)v .1. A Allen Her ailment is a complini- striiiRiT, desirous of raising u dl Stanford, Ky. 97 ! 1" " ,"kt' two Co,.ies of the letter turl(llU(.e, (l.,H pistol and cursed tiou of diseases, togeth.-- with old ago. ami send them to otheo, would mtV( ill.. m mill iImmIIv eiiininenceil slinntiiii'Mt BYproprictoi of the . P. W. . . O-A- J- ...,.,, ;...,,. .. was in the letter pti.ited ami enclose three cop H , yji'rcial I lotel, ol .function City, t'jwn during the week, si.ing up the ics of it to every individual, it would be iu his pocket and who had considerable a much better scheme. The average buwith a view to locating heie to trouble in getting it out, whs unable to tf sy buiuess man caies nothing for the ID defend himself until Stringer had shot a Ilcattvville Mntei prise. Messrs. cents, but he would lather pay a dollar number of times, nud Prewitt, who was' lino. Knm tells a )o Woodi-ocand Will Ferguson, than to copy the letter twice. The sav- limit med, climbed from the boxcar to John ing of postage would soon pay for the llret'iien. voti ought not to do abroad the caboose thus leaving Kaines to tight and a I'ontiibutor would have llie liuttle iilotie. A' liimilinr. nf sliotK ..,,, u lint von would not think of doing iu printing .. ....... ... ....... ............ ......... . . Tenn ou at 1'iirtniaii llon-i- ', io ui.m mrec envelopes, insieau 01 m.,e tired, one ball from ltuii.es' pUiol I,.... St.mliiru, Ki votir own prohibition town, even if vou w ute ten imnutesor more. . .,r.... in i'......v. .t.,.i i.,- - and ''"I'1- ltl xd. lnorou(:h , ,i)imni(,lolll,f thr Kvts dounwm.l, struck the heart,' JumiM Nvtii WomnsK didul drum very NoT(.Mi 1!ir.lrril,l wltich stated long. The ., LJ. ,., killing him instantly and one from llsN 1(l Stringer hitting Haines in the hip, mak-t- f Kansas City to accept the ecrclaiysl..p (.n , m(. MVt,m,,It n ,,, a. DI.Sll'Alll.l .. , ing a painful wound, (iragg, who was the IVu and Kaclng Association and i( iv itl Stringer, it is thought tired not a will probably peimaneiUly locate iu that m,,. ,,iru ....i,,,.,! ,,,,,1 . .. ir (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) KfivlSS BUSHICSS city to eng..ge in mercantile SUSiOnl W Mt ,iu. Xews remarks that there aie pave- - single shot and no pistol was found legion of Kentucky friends will be ments iu Paris that make its girls pigeon """ 'vlu'n lw 'u,s wKM l "rout wiiere Mis KAVOItlTE LINK IIKTVV'KKK THE NOR I II AND SOU 111 lu' f,'ll lmt ll0 "W1 St,'in,r t0 ''"'ti-- t mrry indeed to have him do so. toed and bandyshanktsl and LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. . .le.d. a. i'i"f--' nd no doubt would have as- hat Winchester has a few which AND VICINITY. CITY IV .5 1 HOIKS. . kISIIIM llllll ll'lll III! llllllll 'Ulllllll ll!llllllsi v causing us gins io uecon .itloiiDle-jint"" was taken to luulon, where his wound lOIlClav, I'CD. 4tll, 0o Hoiisi: for rent, Mrs. Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. ed" and With her limbs ' 'V11S ,lri'SM''1 ,,ml brought to coun,v.ourtd.,v the bmk buiidingon M.iinst . lot of Hainburgs. which would otherwise be as beautiful THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. isTrti.iv.tianiw o.eui.. by a ..R.i'wnyMaJruis.iore. hi.s father's near this place. Stringer &'" j lie aie Ulll nc maue - uriuceii i iinu : u u.ni. ' "' ..., 1....... .iri.ut.k.l I .. .l:..i ..u. ..!..- - .. VVli..ii Vl SII ciHlllisn, .,., ,. ..v ...i.. rriroaMflXvartiroRT v. .t lie coming lielle will not be ' s" 1 ?1'i?hm..v. 'Mally's train returned about lOo'dock wtU rru'i ' V'k K Highlaml, .,1,1,. to ca.rv a for l...r .ill Isvac. hoii of J. U. Itaiich. lixtstutars. ruesday night asiiiad of men with shot formed sister of b.is iH'en granted u pension. CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. guns and Winchester lilies surrounded un Oo and see the liidiea' Tn vr the minds of would-bJtJCA.13 UP. mils' the depot, intending no doubt to take iticvx)aooAVr ilerw ear at Severance A Soii'm. "traTns"NorTii." cisuis as well astliOM of great men run Kaines oll'and kill him, hut the tiaiu 7UBL1C SAL! OF A VALVABLE TARU. TKAINs SOUTIJ No. 6. No. 4. i"No. 8 1. No. i, f in thesame 5. channe is evinced In the. tai led to ston and no JuitlieriJamage was lo. j. .i criTinva 11 iiifu-No. j. ftrsnruiu jijiu itf iiti nn Kail), Daily ' D4JI y li.nly. f'"'1 ,l,llt th,,.v ,,u fo1' P'rio,l seem t go done. The Stringeis have declared venDaily K. Sun Daily. - -- . . t A. A. Warren's "Model .. - - .T - ,.V'rv p m 10 j; u ml tjoo p 40 a nt' nil i. ve... .v aiciniuu 17 a m 4 m pm 8 cop nt 7 $5 over me s.une song, ror ttie pies-e- geance on Kaines and being of icveiige-fu- l wiiu 8 30 a m iiipin ...W'iHumstown .l.'ve! 513am 9 S3 a"! lTVm' 9 35l'n 10 natures they will no doubt carry out ".luel a Little Sunshine" has the 7 14 a m 3oap Ucoigctbstn. 1037pm Tins is positively the Just week I can - . iKKn. iu59-Kniirflnv. 7 - -I.CAIIItflsMI..,. 48 a in, 4 15 pin 7 00 a m! J 40 p in ,, jp m 7iP"i " J Pmy 10 ij a m, 3 j j 7 35 1"" must have run and we do not exaggerate when we their tin cats, liragg, who was killed, let my customers run. ... Ar 6 30 a in 7 10 pm. q 40 a m 40 pin 8 10 p ml 7 lu iiiill, v. I.011,, l.mi. S KK I.v. o a in 3 30 p m .. money so please mine in and settle with say that fully half of the people we lived for many years iu this county and I'pon tli,. premise of Wrcw C Tucker, d.cM 50 a m, " 37 I'!"," 4" ' " " " a 5,0 p in' 3 45 a ml 17 p in fu Ji ujjpni o 4) pm it "'- - .", nc ...u.... .. .Arr ' ijS m 3 17 3 ju a lujim me and avoid extra trouble and expense. meet in our Hregriations for that made himself notorious by participating vveuill.iis tne nevrs 01 miii iiecetivm, ..,......., public .iiicthti to the liishet liidilcr his 1JJUMII o.iyi'.ii..." a j a 11.(5. ltupley. 1 33 a m 5 o a m 00 p m Junction City .. seaiee and coveted article termed "news" in numerous robberies and thefts enact-- ; 15 p m 910pm l 30a m it 45 ' c, a ni jj p m Somerset, .. . oja ni 100pm 105am liwpm are either singing, humming or whin- - ed at and near McKinney, nnd only a 7Vja m Oakd.ilc., I dz. 930 pm ii 13a in Ojnpm 5sain 415am' lls. nice C toigai'foil; 179 Acres iu no pin' 4 00 a m Bjcam D40P niiAt v. cnaiiannusii. I.'SC o to pm 7 55 a above ballad. We are partial-- 1 few years ago he with his brother killed Farm of About ..Vr'v 5 45 P m good green tling the o iba J5! 7 00 p ni l.'ve ChJltinooa. anH good sweet corn SI; lb. lurly fond of music and rather enjoy j a negro, for which he failed to get his Atlalla. 00 I) in 0 40 l m Ar' MSI'in 447am, (II Vine UliiC'lirast I.anil, syrup for 111 js pin 3 on pmi, m ten for "sV; gallon i 45 p in 45 apnnl.'vc. jlimiincliam listening to our musical friends enjoy just deserts. Stringer is considered Situ.tlcd immediately upon tlie Stauford and 8 41 a in I iiu'ali-i- a oj a m p 15 jo turnpike, 5 miles from Stanford and l.'ve' cicam cheese Wry 'r lb; large cu- themselves, but theie is nothing like a dangerous man, and is related to the .Meridian j a in too.p It 5 pm 4 45 am Ar' mile ol" Mavunnd Station, on the Knowillc l.'ve a 09 tun Ar'v.. New Orleans ten m 6 ju 00 in cumber pickles fie a d.. S. S. Myers. S. llranch ol change of programme and wo hint as a Stringer who was a pal of (iiagg while The tiirm lbthe . fenced, It. R.upon Lincoln enmity. m l.'e. ...Meridian.. lAr'v 9 o pm 5 10 s it a stilistantial we'll lias 4 lap in Ar'v l.'ve. .Jaefekoit 9 roil It was rumored an excellent larn, and otliir uit:iMu ui ... 00 ap m II Jon ill l.'te. .VicLsbui nisniKT convention of the W. U. T. suggestion that "Home, Sweet Home" he lived in this county. .iluuli state of cultivation. The liiiddiiiKsaiid is .. .. I .. pin I. SCI,, .. .Monro Wed- or something of the kind take the place' that Stringer and other fiiends of (iragg title in Ice simplein vtitli rncrsit murium mil bn io a ni will he held at Williamsburg en C. .. t up iu Ar v....Nhreepor t'osntssioii the nesday night, I'Vliuary ll'.th and contin- of "Just a Little Suiishino" occasionally jstaited to Kowlaml to take Kaines out made to.is tinliurclia.er. man is made iill oe Xivt'il Mrs pa j is s.Hin ManH iloudoir i lt (Titt SJepini! Cars on all trains and especially 011 Sundays when any- - and hang him, but the report was either lerirts in.hll mi; nil inr t nr ami t,ir Ii. i KUWAItM, u ' lr' A r H ue the two Tollovving days. Tim JOHN C.OAUI.T. Ci.mral Manager. ' Unit t tnt, J.tf b'efoie r ,n K. CAKIIOl.l.. General SMirinld).ii. J. yL'INl.AX, liJi. A4virti l. - ui, ,1 will m ivtiii' Stanford I'iiIoii iv iein)sted to thing pertaining to sunshine is away out unluio or their hearts failed tlu-t'"' II"" V 'I' TLC'KKIt.AUnr of oiiler. l'r tile year their journey's end wits retu'hed. 0tirltOc. St. MiuIcIIok, Wei I'ourlK i4rl, (Jiricionali, Ohio. be iu atteiidioice. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournalJa-ium- - l.Atiii.s' underwear in abundance at S. Wid-kuiaki-o- Mo Co - MERCHANTTAILOrH FALL AND MtrFliUY9 l n WINTER GOODS. i I t. 1 PLEASE OBSERVE m- - I C. M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- $,0. m A FUILIL ASSOBTMMNT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. p..s-ntr- s. -- Is-s- t to-da- rei-eiv- nt I v SEW FURNITURE STORE MA'tfJK 1 ab-en- ce 1 t HUFFMAN FEDFo court-hous- e ' -- 1 I i hom-chol- d j i '': i I I "-- -''" ,,.',. i . 1TOTICE! . . C&r-nai;- r - i - i - liingles I FOR S&iLE I gro-icr- y, .,! I andinu-relinc I j - STOLEN In-e- n .1 ....! v, r liiir-.r.x- . ' ,,, ,. ,.. KITAPO1 - in i jm) BRUCE & McROBERTS. . - i ,. .. ...i-t.- . ' ,y , . ,.,., . ,,.,,' sn -. lw'ij' ...u.-oaie- ' 111 ...... -- .. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ....... ready-made (. ,,.''' ; lZfJ.f" knock-knee.- l. - ... "fti-rwnnl- s I9, ...-.- , 1 lilne-gras- s I Ik-l- n ......'. e ""''."'"-- ei(H.-- ! ,m.-,..- i T link. to-dti- v "V mi- .....i.. 111 i 111 1 (.rm-ery.- " ut - 4 111 ' ti 1 " -- lh. n . 4 .1 111 111 j . ; ' 'i' . 11 I 11 " . 111 1 1 111 1 111 1 111 . m I 1 11 J lroi.-i.rKK- 111 , 1 111' I . 1 !; 11 (1 111 1 . . 4 1 111 I 11 111 .1 .1 111 1 I ilni-Illii;- , 111 . 4 M . uioiii-bers- ; 111st 111 11 l . ! U-.- I I'l 4 .; if ,iWst.r-- m''Jfl" 'f,'J ny iHilJiinii sffsap1 mmmqmmtfk wpwrj iwt'W' Vi'y" jSjy.-- tg&fa-ii" v Semi-Week- ly IntiJoiIpj, He Hain't Gt Here Yet. Say-tag- Politics en the tench. s Relative to Judge JJrown's instruction Ji 0. rulliam, of the Uarrodsburg and Dolap, who was with us at'thc to .the. tT. S. grand jury at Indianapolis to IH--I I VI t w IPli same time, thus writes of a printer, who will be remembered here for his convivial qualities: "Eight years ago June Eliot was n journeyman printer on the Joi iin'm, at Stanford. One morning coming up after 'lark' he was too enthused to prosper. After (spending it half hour in setting one line, in attempt injjto justify it he 'pied' it. Hclng n young man of large ideas and limited experience, after the line toppled over he immediately expressed a determination tocirciunnaxigate the globe, promising to turn up in Stanford in eight years a w Iyer if not a better man. He started with a pii.t but not a cent in his pocket, and 11 !.. ak untpetitio i was llrsl heart! fiom in Liverpool, Home !. f. if POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tim powder never aries A marvel ol purity strenrth and wholewmcncK More economical Inn the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in V ,1 and then came a letter from the base of , one of tlif pyramid. lie cnt from Cal cutta mi English journal on which he was working, and afterwards went on to Japan. lie next turned up at Sidney, in and a year afterwards showed up in San Francisco. Thence ho has wended his way eastward and this week paid us a Nit. Ho left heie Tuesday foi Stanford, by pike, and by this time no doubt is again slinging type in the I usti-.ilia, leifHt alum Jr with the multitude of low tent, short phohate powders Sold only in Koval TllMNC Toudck Co., 106 all Street, New ork Joi it. vi olliee." j STTTTON J. T.HUSTONVILLE, KY. CO., - every dcicription Our hearse, which is nearly new can be obtained on short notice Mr J. H lia charge of our business and mil show Crerui aur good to an) one needing anjlhing in our Are till in the business and ready to d o any-- , lUil thine in the Undertaking lint' We hue stock of Cases and Caskets of alt limit and Kobe M line. 6'tf SAW MILL FOR SALE o ! Xrfinit iiml Wtock I Jcure to leas e Kcntucki I will nell at'tfrcat Kjcrifice 7 uiv mills complete with jo horc boilers iail ;ohoric enjinci, 7 J workv I ox og wtg' on 2 I'horie wajrons, btirkhoaru, i prluK vaj on uod harneo t okc of cattle, i mules, l horc. mill complete, and my farm of (6o Acre of ai3n una well lunnerco. inn 111 privately MART SMITH. Mi) wood, ry K Joel Walker it Hubble have sold i! of mules to a Tennessee man for jlOS per bead. S. Hubble has returned from tin; South, after selling J.' of mules, nnd reports good Kngle-inatimes in the mule trade. II. is aiming to look cool at his house ne.t summer, whether he has ice or not, as he luis bought a refrigerator and is Mrs. Joel Walkbuilding an er sold 40 dozen eggs last w ecJc and part of the week was unfavorable. Eubanks Hros.have bought Hnbble's half interest in the horse llrignolia for i?17o. James Cox fc Euglemon are about ready to ship the remainder of their tobacco. Hilly Silivan has bought all the wool in this! clipped. Virgil McClure country for of Lexington, was over last week in the interest of the Transylvania PrintingCo. Win. Hubble sold ." shares First Nation- al ilank stock at Stanford for $lft) per share to JaillCS HoUlIlSOn. Hi milk. ear-load- s lliul no indictment against Dudley for bribing voters, as suggested in his letter, the IxnilsUlle Times has the follow ing: When the Ikirdstown bar was the dlest in the West, litigious old farmer was a party to a most vexatious lawsuit, upon the trial of which he lost the case. A sympathizing friend askvd him who represented him in court and the answer was. "Chailes A. "Wicklille and Ben, Chapee." "Who was oil theotherside'" again asked the friend. "Old Hen liar-- , him," was the kin and the judge, ri Coy was prosecuted reply. When for a little election biibery, Judge Wood, of the I'nited Mutes DUtiict Court of In-diana, win opposed to him, and Sim Coy is in the penitentiary. When William Wilde Dudlev was under investigation ' lor a heap of election bribery, that same judge was on the side of Dudley, who is free to come hither and go hence without day, though he is one of the mot notorious of criminals. As the Indianapolis Sentinel well says. "Thrice, thrice is he armed who has the judge on his side." Polities on the bench is worse than corruption inlegislative halls, worse tlian hypocrisy In me puipii, worse man s dishonesty 111 the counting-room- , all when he Hlaine was right after intimated that there was no justice in Indiana. "blocks-of-tlve" Cough nedlchiM, Aycr'a Cherry U Best of All Pec- THE NAPIER HOUSE, LIBERTY, KY j ... J F. W. WARMNNER, PltOP'N. t hnt Itaieilthe abov llm?l ami' tnlrnd run ninit it in lirl cIm t) le In rviry ii.utli.iil.ir. Sk 8 m ciifatlrn'ion toconimfrtul men Jlafc. VliPMka' "T! 11 11 so prompt lu Us effects, no Troubles agreeable to the ta.il 0, and no widely known as this. It is the family medicine lu thouiniuts of household:!. "I lmo HiilTered (or years (rom ft bronchial trouble that, wbciiexcr I tako cold or am exposed to Inclement weather, Miows ltaelf by n ery nmiorlng tickling sensatiou In the tbroat ami by dllllculty in breathing. I bavo tried a groat initiy remedies, but none, does so well as Ajer's Cherry l'eeloral which nhvnvs Ries prompt relief lu returns of my old complaint '' Kriiest A lletiler, Inspector of Public Hoailt, PartshTer-r- o lloiuic, La. " I consider Aver's Cherry Pectoral a most important remedy toral It lu greater demand tlmn over. No preparation (or Throat nnd Lung C. A. BENEDICT & CO., I l - Well Drillers UrlU ilrlllcil factory prurs & Pump Adjusters, K srWFORP. I I cream! COMPANY & enlrraml l'umr lurullK'l i 1 t'er-hap- ear-loa- 1 u e. j I , , crt W would call the attention , of all physicians to the following provisions of the law as parsed hy the last legislature. It will he well for them all to paste this in their hats and go strictly hy its to sae after consequences. Here it is: On nnd after the tirst dav of Anril. ' itsc, :, 8i.,i i,e unlawful for anv nerson ' to practice medicine in any of the . hraiiches within the limits of this who ha not registered in the county ' ciPrk's olliee of the county wheie he is or ,toi,,,,ractic,-;- i n;edicine. His authority Any frOtn a chartered medical college. Viwm violating this law shall he fined g- for the tim offt.n8et on oonvk'tion, and 5100 and IK) days in jail for each Slll)- teiient oH'en ami conviction. I State-Tan; & I, M r I u "Changing the leopard spots" is the E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Mobile and New Orleans. newest hcheine in chureli fairs. The THISpreparation,without Hotel still maintains Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. uiitiistet stretches a large piece of white T hit old and W"7it5?I!,.F!ff of the room. On it lit high reputation, and its Proprietor is determincloth acrocs one end Onl tne change to pol'U in ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel In ia drawn in charcoal a represetation of the State in its fare. Appoint nenls, or Alien, pies, Black-HeadSunburn and & A few applications Trill render the a leopard, with its mouth open and its lion to his 'lueM. Umtc comryed t and cnost stubbornly ml akin soft, 10100111 and from depot free of charge Speci.il accommodatail trailing on the ground. Alwut forty EMIGRANTS pieces of circular black cloth a couple of tions to Commercial Trielers Seeking hemes on the line of this road will receive Special rales, inches in diameter are fastened all it iaauperior to all other preparation!, and Company far rates.rautes farbecaccntset Is guaranteed to give natisfaction. At drug- the leopard with pins. "Can the leopard iVMy, ffied Olid Sale StabU, Ac,, r write to this C. V. A I MOIt K. :. I'. A T. A., taormed for60 ont Preparedby re- etiange his hpots: s.iys me pie.icner, LoulsilUe, Ky Sc CO., jwating the Biblical question. It can I SBaSssslaa , st'Sis aU at McKoherts A rajs', Stanford, Ky l by n simple proce.s. liich one in the congregation pays $1 and buys a spot BUYERS' GUIDE li until the leopard resembles a white calf. Newport Sews and Mississippi Valley to. March and Sspt., Tobacco Growers' Convention. year. It U an the game is lepeated until every- Then To the tobacco growers of the white of useful inlor. body, including the leopard, is perfectly ... n.i.... :.. siic..:. for nil who ' .:!. .. :.i. Ki.irru Dui'iu" ... . i 11 i..i i " e.jtisju,,, the luxuries or the tlll. rt.sl,i,.ciiicago Her- W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Believing that the interest manifested . . ot lite We can clothe you and iurniah you with hy the county meetings recently held in,' ' IONDON, k nil the necessnry and unnecessaiy ! ATipiinnces to ride, walk, dance, nlecp, a number of tobacco producing counGood turnouts and saddle horses alw4 s lur hire Whether The Midway Clipper wiy: eat, iUh, hunt, work, go to church, i termn is the most ties justify us in calling a geueial meet- or llOt the aillOUIlt ,, drinking Of liquor on reasonamethe railroadrinuoureach places convento ienl p0mt on or Ktny at homo, and in various Hizes, in the ing, we take the libeity of naming Mon-- , has been lessened, high licence has been " '"e mountain section of the State io ntyles and quantities. Just flRure out ' irhnt in rcquirod to dobll these thiDRi, day, Februaiy ttli, lSb'i, at. the day, and a great benefit to Midwsn. H. yeais ago COMFORTABLY, and you can make a AVnsliinj;toii ! Lexington, Ky., its the nio--t accessible wlien the licence tax was $."(), we had 7 of the value of the BUYERS' iki aL'RV DKl'lKi'MrM GUIDE, which will be sent upon said general meeting. See saloons, and the uiajoiity of them were place, for receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, that your count h represented. The veritable dens of iniquity. When the! flffi .-.MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. f .f rV9 Baltimore, Philadelphia and New above time and place hae been nppiov- - tax was increased to h) the nuiiiOeri " Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111 ' wmvumu wi nv autikruvii York. inteic-tced by the action ami woi.Is of US rt.,j,KV,i to fouri IU at ,mwnt with v vjHInc.ion. niit .ti, mi Ihc .nlv In., mill PlllMVN paities in Oueii, reiiiileton, iJoiirhon, t, , yl(:(,n. ut ;,w wt. havebut two.nnd s' HM. t (s "her1--"- , Miifai.ur) endenic nreaemed lu tiiiilatiii, Fleming and other counties, il,.,s- - ,ir.. !ia noil Went iiml tin ii'iiiitableas - ' i i .' ttieuime rsicnrd.it liaUen made tu aimrar that Long-standi- ng (i. It. Km in:, Carlisle. " he Lincoln National Hank of Stanford, ' in the such places can be. M lownors HRloru, in tlir lounti if iucoln and .Mon. . died State ufKentuiky, ha (.implied all the proBlood Diseases tire cured by day, ii i.i.. ofWalter llailanthe hminait TslMlbhaS US OW11 idea Ol the tliatllllgl'n Hnsof the Statutes of the I with Smt,r nited Jan. 14. congestion of UireiM ne lumpnea To WASHINGTON without . Iiwiie. 'imti.i i ilh ,haU be MHthrij lo Willi iietnrc all association In,l,. ruitt, nf i the persevering use of Ayer'a the liomeof his p.nents, Jin and I.ettie r,lin1entc ,h. llUMSSI, Of .Schedule in Kffss I September ibtls, i Uankine. Sarsapnrilla. lectjntly puifoimed'a imiiiiagecereiiiony. ... Ik l v i...l... . .i - ..j Hin Inn. YV. P. (.iieiis hold Monday to ...I.I1 ,,. f,.lln.,.a . :..,..!.. Tills medicine. Is an Alterative, and " """ uoniii,iieroi tne tuirem y, Tlli"""o ll. atlllii; that "Ilia iiicnlu Naiiunnl "tanknoot Ant li) 4.") iicad nieeyearling con- - iiiui'ii lino ill Biiiruiini No. 4, No .lohti Tew nie Man auses a rmiical cliango in tho system. VOU llllll I'lU'll of VOI1 solemnly swear cartili m llt Hairy lonl. AS I WW Nil. lawn af SUnfrtril. in th muHtv i.( i l'.ailey sold .1 ton mules for S4.tt7. Th process, in some cases, may not bo :.. , ..1..... U.S., hllsl - Lincoln and Stall-Dally Kj. Su. Kt'ituiLy, is authoriied in llllll MMI llll? I" l'llllll"l llll'llll llll( lliinkinK m prnvidrd in f H. C. Funis, at iuit so rapid as lu othors ; but, with u frame ilwelling t at pa J r Cinnnnati wicli lommvncc the butnea and slat) ( txistence, the result Is certain. .Innctioii City. The pioperty was Mjld iiofe". .iiul that vim will "titml liv .!.,..!. Section fifty. line Mhundrednilad Stnta. nine l the 11 ouinvitl na w' 6 to am , .. i!ii 1. Revised Si jIuim .1..!..!.. to o im 11 oj aist Kiud these testiiiinuials : as iiu&iHinii aim w in- iiiMiugu imih ; " : SIIUJIOU (, ,vh;fi Wltll. da,, rr Wlnifiester ami bought by ('. b. muiT under excouiion ojai 13 4" pin "For two jeiirs I suffered from a lundand seal ofuHke thi. jii mill tllill, Milk Ul hWilll, Hl' .. Ol" Hl', , fclir ,, , of lleccmbrr ik l.ve Columbus pain in m rlylit side, ami had 7 11 a as 11 13 am Nevieiis for S4:'.(). The mule market at isotii pui lies notuiuiy j n mikauams. a am jsi pm other troiilili'S rausetl by a torpid ller to $10 per liead lower vie orptTisir." Atlanta is fiom (.UBMnilLir ifcf the f!kirriij - v l.vn AahUiid pm inil lKppsia " HuniiHSion is am Aflir cl'ug seierul t, tfiuy wi'ii- piniinniK'ftl limn I'DPHir and Arfinr --IN. H VJHI pm " Cliarlstn nnd not higher, as tlieii 3) am in than lnt be.i.son inedii'iiies it (air tri.il without a cine, I am " Kaiuiivha Kails. and wifi'. fo pm A wi's haisan.irllla. big.in to t.iKe I .a pin 6 jo staled in the lat issue, (i. A Swine- ' CllftoH Kor us jxr.itl lieiii Mini liv the lirst bottle, " htailnton 40 pmi ) is inn bioail bought on Monday 11 scrub csittle nnd after (liking Jlu bottles I was II s ",". The to- a Ajiii'in " Cliiulottcsvillc. ) jo pm '" llii cured ' .Irilm V. Uensoti, 70 If iHil, Arr Kicbmond.. .. a - pm '" pin io at $i.:W. Teu.bhaiCjJti.ens National l)0'''Mii slide at Tuseilo will lie good Jrfiw renin st , I.iiwell, ?lass. j v Kii Imioml i 45 ii m 3 pm ... ........ ...... , . a. ...1VlS I, and Arr Newjiori N'i'ivs it so am 6 in Iist May a lmge i iirlmnrle broke out sold at S17.i..'0 toAdvocate. '.T'lloyle eonditimrin " (lid Point Comfort it i) am is pm n my National at $l5. ' iTim iiriu. The iiiuil remedies hail tin sa ij pm 7.45 pm lioMf. Norfolk f ; t anil I was (oiiiIih d to my lied for pm l xi pin . A tolmggan slide alloids the :riiiidiht, I.e I'lmrloite.'ille 9 jo pm 7 JJ I'm slit w ti'kn. A friend iiubueiVme to try to Ihu'toi My poor limn! Von id Atr V itlnni'toii Sarsiipiirill.i ..nil the most lni.oii- - VALuABLE COAL AND tlmn tliree " I'lub.lilplil.i i () pm 3 oo mn What is ti,.. most e.Nciti..-.- ' witl ciniilitmii, iiiih't'il. Im in - ttles heitlt il the sure. Ill all my expe-- i 6 ?o urn o in am1 ' New Snrk.. e with ineilii ine, I never saw- morn oust a well ti hilarious spoit in tlie ' in -011r tioulik'V -iNolH os "- ('m'.iu'iiiiix liiiliiili)al Dillicitlty in wot M. sTWKI sled, stmt, wink three .Sun Dully You get on your , swallowing. 6, 1889, ve New nrk ..... tooo am i J nm lliitlicr marked effect of the use of tills 'r 1II1 mi' was the KlriliL'tliehiim of my Doi'ioi Koi". it M't'in to lit- tliif to tunes, anil lIH'll wuik nine up inn. " I'lnl.idclpluu M 20 am .it hi o'clock, A. .it the town i.f li 31 pm j J am Mi.Iit " Ml" I'ainu Ailitmi, Jlolljr roiiMiiftion of tin tliro.it? Washington This is a iiipid age. New Yoik llei- 3 30 am li UVx.ih. au pm Arr Charlotteaville. lOoipin 'II ISIILKf.ll, VI KKI. CO K Ciulax i't oils Individual No; it's due aid. "I hail n ilrj ninly litunor fdr vcar.i, j nopm 7 will ix so'it to the luglict lnclili r, it pulila .nu I.ku NorfcilL nd sniTiToil trnilil.v ; ami, 111 m lirotli--- r " Old I'olntt'ojifort j 30 pm 7 40 am to not hainj:aii thin1: toHwallow llni lion, ahnut yooucres ol Coal and limlier .mil. o iiml hlninr with .slmilurli nllllittd, I Attoiney for Defense to iiiau duiwn 'I Ills is one of the most t.ihuible traits ipfa'l the ' Newtwirt News,, 6 nopm 8 05 a mn Kiclimond jo pni( Free I'ref-H-. tins iii.il.nl.v is iH'Rilliuri Last so icltlrated for its io.il ami iiriimii' Dr "lVrmit me to ak you, Mr. lands in this region,surroutidiiij It lire now liruij Arr Charlottes! Hie 1005 pm 310 pm' Txroti. (of IVriiutiillna, in a jnrorl lie lands tlmlicr wintt'i. - worked, and the tiroduit tiiids a line murkrt he 10 l.soC'harli ttisMllv 111., ) !! nll'llirliillil lilt to taki'Ajt-rj pm1 j 40 pin "Can you tell nie," imniiuMl an mix- - Idunno, if you huve coimcientioiis .nth- - on .,.. .. in. i' . . . Stiunliiu laoflam s .c nm nu iiml lontlmie it forae:ir. ill line .1... rwnutiiiii iiraiiLiifif ini'i ' I. it Clifton 1'nrife1 J n am 8 at. pm ioim looking niaii of a liank rasliier, "in nles against v Ipltlll pillUHIIIUeill .i.ti .ItllOl ,, N rlrad, and in direct comiiitioii with the I look it ilaily. "liave I Knr lli' liuiiitliH " White Suhiliur 01 i.ouisviiie larue 0 55 ln irl 01 upon m IkmIv fur tlio Hot liail it lil there any way of diHposin-- j of pluirged "Hey?" Attotney "Are you oppos- citj it disposed of. wnrre.1lowest utnnate tin.- oul-l " Kaniuha alls 3 05 imj 00 am put the mule last tliri'n iiiiiiiilis." T. K. Wiley, llii 'nickels?' am ,911 am tlie ed, on principle, to the execution of con- In acres ol solid coal of (rood wnrkalili' thickness " ( harlestim "C'ei tainly," leplied 7ithis tract ith plenty of fine timber for mining; ' lluntliiKtaii.. .. . 9 45 am ft 36 am OidlulK'ls t , New York City. 10 leashier, faeetiously. "Yon r.in tliop demned ciiminals?" Jutoi-"Huto 3 am' 7 on am Arr Ashhnd fall anil winter J wui troubled purpoies I'art of this land Is now lieinjr worked "Lait 535"pin 1 45 am with it thill, lir.uy pain In in slilo. 1 takethis man anil produces coal oi verj Mipi'rioriiiality hkli l.ve Ashland. . thoiu into thecoutrilmtion ltox atehuii'li. Attorney (hastily coiniiiaiiiUreailv sale and good rt turns, Akl not uotit'o it nun h at tlrst, lmt It Arr Columbus 1050 pin 8 30 am This sale ciftrr a fine npvortunit) to partira Any demon will take tlieiu. He cannot your honor." worst) until it liocaiim gradually kh-l.ve Ashland , to 3 am 7 00 am looking either for iniestment for t la- lutureur ile , i noon 9 00 im wefl help himself." "Vvb, nir," Mid tlie During the latter Arr (Hue Hill . ahuoKt the l.tnd at 1 n pm (in M. sirlni, 10 deielop immcdutel) oncy the line of the " Winchester . jj nm part of till tinie, iliMtnltTH of tlicxtoiu-Mil- l anxioiisdookiii' mini, "I know that. I'm on l'llUliuri;ll is Nor I'ljim). I'liiladeljihian " 1'XinKton. . J H pm 3 in pm ami llvri iiierraM'd inv tioulilca. I Knoxiille llramh of the I. and N kindly tell me wheie about nildwa) bi'twren l.oulsiille and It. K. nnd oiiisville 7 MP"! 4JP Knosilllt, iiP'T.iii t tikinvr Ayrr's Sarsitiarilla, ami, church deacon. I have half a IhihIic) Uniis) "Will you 6 no pm 6 00 put and has for many ears been n important coal Arr Cincinnati ... .. I can get a drink of water?" .nfur faltlifully loiilliiiiin tho nso of oitliem I would like to disjo&e of." producing district lii; itiL'ilIciiiK for hoiiiu months, tlm pain s I'.irtlesilcsirini: to inspect ttiu land before d.ij Policeman "Mein front, I hall' heen Trains Nos 3 and 4 run dally, curri Illicit I'ull lisapp'ur'il anil I was completuly asked ISrotnley, "in "Say, Mr. so by appliiiu,' either to (ieo (io of sale can man llullel Cars esington to Washing ton nnd Miriil." Mrs. Augusta A. I'lirhush, r only dreo months on tlis heat." thin u good tns or Win McNtil, at Pittsburgh. cold piece?" without clialize. Solid trains Klilimond, a, ami run solid idc toclosua partnirslup Sale positive and JUt.rlilll, Muss trains Lexington tliroimli. Nns. Hecoid. i 'Itiu'j'ju'siiiiiliieii it,Bniu yes, pocket1 Klt.MS.-O- ne third cash in hand, balance in Old I'oli.t dail) except Sunduj ed the gold piece and handed Uroniley equal paj mints of 11 and 18 mouths from day of to I'urtiis ledving I.exlnglon at 10 40 pm, hive a to execute "I didn't want it two Bihi'i ilollai-ndaytiilht ride through thppirtiiresiue lllue Itlcliji' Ihocktoii, Mim, lust ywii tinned out sale Purchaser 6pi'rient binds with (rood' hearing from day IMlKPAItl-changed," declared llionilev. "UcmdcH on an average ahout m pa In 01 shoes sile, lien also ritaiued for (li iuitrestpiiiiients of and Al egbane .Mountains A M. V. ' lines. BT frrred Ask for tickets vl't V. N d you hae ictained thtee dollars." "Ych" Or. J. C. Ayer Si Co., Lowell, Mats. V. KOWI.ANII, for Inlormatinn ill riLranl 10 rate etc, apply to , for !KH) days of Id' lmiiis ilij- - yon per minute Qiiiij.'-rl.hO C.IVKNS, "for jI W W MONHOK.C.en'l. I'ass At 'ifilnned lawyer Cilce 1 ; six bottles, $). Worth S a bottle. r..iLEXiON Simi'lk Kkmeuy con Cvt until. Many persons in this climate alllicteri with catarrh and bronchitis have not the money to pay a physician. Let them try this simple, harmless home treatment and if faithfully followed it will afford relief or etlectual cure: Take a common pitcher holding two quarts or more, heat Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, full it thoroughly, and till rRurAitfo nr with steaming, boiling water, add inDr. J. C. Aycr St Co., Lowell, Mas. stantly a teaspoonful of oil of tar, tlold i) jtlluugsliu t'rtie!, li botll,J. then inhale the steam through the nos trils and exhale through the mouth; put the no&e well into the mouth of the pitcher and take a deep, full inhalation, letting the air pass out through a very 35 Acres small oneninir in the lirw. Continue this ten or twenty minutes at a time two or Tuo mllct South ol Suniord on Veal's Cnck me at Carlisle. K W.CUAKS three times daily. Drink a cupful of hot Addrcas Water after each treatment, also a ipiar-te- r or half hour before breakfast. Physicians often charge fl or JT a visit for a treatment not as etlectual as the aboe. STANFORD, KY three-quarters It will ri'Ume the most serious of the throat and lungs, whether in children or adults " 31rs. E. Q. Cdgurly, Council UlulTs, Iowa. "Twenty years ago I was troubled with a ilfsea.se of the litmrs. Dot tors altorded me no relief and considered to uso my case hopeIe.ss. I then Aver'a Cherry Perioral, and, before I had finished one bottle, found relief. I continued to tako this medlclue until a euro was effected. I belie o that Ayer s Cherry Pectoral saved my life." . 8amuel Grid's, Waiikegan, III. ago I contracted a sovete "Six jear cold whii h settled on my lung bihI noon de eloped all tho ubimiinn niup-tom- s of Consitmiitlon 1 had a cough, night sweats, bleeding of tho ltniKs, pains In chest and sides, and was so prostrated as to lx confined to my bed most of the time After trying various prescriptions, without benellt, my physician Hiutlly determined toolvu me Ajor's Cherry Pectoral. I took it, and tho effect was mackal. I seemed to rally from tho rlrst dose of this medicine, and, after mini; only three. Ivoitlis, Hin as well and sound as ever." Hodney Johnsou, sjprlugtiuld, III. nlTeetlous I have tested Its euratlvo power, In my f.uith, many times timing the past tliltti years, nnd liut never known it to fait. For Home Use. anil mont rx(iUr Krlrntlrlc uml la the nldonierliMnltnl patcr publUhetl mid h the wr of It cl In the worl J. ririMilmion of uny tiilly HIiintrHtixl. llpt clf nf WihxI Kiibtht. ng, I'ulill'hiM wpcklr Send for fprelmen niiif I'rlra 3 inr. (oiirinontln' trial, H. llmnlway, .N.. JILXN & TO., l'CBi -t lrnt i m ! LotfH ! LEXINGTONT.KY. 'I im iimt,a.l ARCHITECTS k IUILDERC American. crrat miccem. Kjich iuiia rontalni rokir-- l HllicuMpliU tilati'iof country anil cltr reslilen. rr or inilillr - biiililinv. Mituprou ror rnaratlnitt ami full I'lin- and ir,lnrtl(in thittic ol .M) a year, noli at com mtilito I'olldlnir. I'rlc O JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON. KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR am a ro(r. ML NN .1 CO., l'l I 11! IMIEHi. n Cii. who livrt liailnvfr H III year' jrlMic and hare mJa orer, tor American aim BJI muio application hi, imiiMiia trnil fur llaniUKMa. lurrvv piindciKuttrlrtly conOdeutlal. A r"r-am- PATENTS In eit hy aniilr- in to .111 Ttinrimhljr Kenoi jied ami Kefvirnuhed. Tint class Kate anil Keasonahle I'lun Da) and bUM Trains are met b) I'atite I'orleraol this I'opuiir JOj-- tf House. ent limre, applr Immediate protectlou. ttui for llamloonk. rArVrtll5IIT" for loK, chartn. map, etc., quickly procured. AiMret ML'N A ('.. I'nlPiil -- ollclloi. V lirMKAl Oiriik .t rata your mark l TRADE MARKS. l NEWCOMB Thi.old an.l HOTEL not reentered In the Tal. and procure Ml vn A MT. VERNON, KV. n Hotel is sllll roamui Ing lis tine reputation. C harffs reasonable Spi cial atteniion to the UasellniC publi' 0liutA. N. Jl Si ti l NrWCUMII, I'rop Mt Vernon K iLo CL RAILROAD. The (ffe.it o THAT FIGHT II. Zellln.l'rop'r A.Q.Simmons Lie-t- r Itrrulalor, Kst'd by ZeillntSf. M. A. S. 1.. M. has (or 47 tear cured iNDlGiaTlow. lltuoi'SNiis. UrinrtArSica IlianACits.I.otr ArriTiTK. Soin &tomacii, Etc. Res'. T II. Iteama. Pastor M. K. Church, Adams, Tenn., seritci."! wias 1 anouu nae Peen dead but lor your Uenulna .M. A. Kim. mons I.,tcr MeJidne. I hare lometlmea had to rubitltula "Zeilln'i sliiir lor jour JlrJi cine, but II don't answer the purpose." M A. Mmmona I.lver MeOlclnr, Kst'J iSo, In lh U. ! Court Daraara J r LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE C The Original Wins. V. Simmons, M. I.ouli, I'ron'r s I s. G THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To The FOE SALtS. SOUTH & WEST -- w,th House and Land Louisville To Nashville, ''vl t Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Dr.J. It. OriTfs.KJltor Tit Memokls. Tens, pickagr ol your Liter airaicine. ana nae used nsilot it Itwotkalikf a charm, t want no better Liter Itcculator and cer tainly nu Dior olZtilla'i mutar. received a BjIuI. as: , A Nkw Gmk ion Cm licit Fins. Little Rock, ?WiolaCrbam (?.Ct! well-kno- SPISOTJIATIOIT. GEO. A. ROMER, ia llroadaa) and si Neu NhVOKK CtTV -- s, ARKANSAS .dSxsasis: BTTPfK TEXAS. BANKER AND BROKER 40 K i lrret oer M 1 I HtocltM, Uondu, G. C Griiln, Provision Petroloum. erpunaturi pamphlet aa4 (Si tlOl(lll,ULD.V CKKltlHl I' S -- ON MARGtX i Vcnifo V- - OTho i..t I Chesapeake & Ohio -- g)j tOtfltVlUt MtWAllAITa CmtUCQ t 'fc. CI A XKW FAST MAIL - Ui IHi'l I ll ill J i 111-11- 4 rmU Y LOUISVILLE tlail), & iirc. CINCINNATI t ' Travel, p,.-- r. - - " THE MOST RAPID ROUTE r.ver"aitesnpted between ilie (reat ... tk. m.r. fill.. I.K .k. f iu.u. U.... .nwI ."1nH;.D, itma hi. iv vi. inc wH-- ti iime ana as M comtnriabl train all ptsintsHi the Smith, or t the West . tween .Northwrn 1 ha uuternan of ihi. irun m' ItttnV. Iii is denominated Tim Limited Ksprts C iiit.uiwu roiling sioea w enipiur aires patroas UnUmU!. ('"mfirt Mer t all ( nip n i nth ... in the Smut 1.1 till I . It t III ItttS, OU III I lilt I ) M nun jri .1 n n in .n n i , II iu want - nlej.jnt j uirnei lu Mt snunsi) and I. M M.tUKMH K Ctnerjl r eni C hi i . Cits lnki r i ni'll'.fi I M 8l Kt i .th Vt. I ,, ,, kx K A f n i j i in, - . 1 ls S I I.(uisvillc,Ciiiciiiiiatl autl SJ4 .,,.,. - I j -- j """W..'.J'"""" I f I nt I j Ma-rii- I I he i. 1 . I i -- I I I T se-er- o i ,.. ,e,UlH-p- I 1 ,t )i I I . . as-eii- - I ; zr I 011 11 ' 11111 torn-plete- ly i -- 111 -. . PinBitiU' -- ft A 11 I" I M Q . ssBTaW ! CHICKEN I i Vvi-r'- ls i ,.,,...., H KH Cholera Cure! pr Hi - s 5 11 - J Wonderful Results. - 11 Wednesday Feb. I V. I V 1 . 1 ,1 111 .1111 111 -- I . 4 lin-ito- . 11 I Sar-iiiaiill- n. 111 1111; 11 111 11 - - 1 , . 4 hV" 11 w - utilx-ariilil- . . 11 I I , 1 I 11 4 'uu-t-',- IMiila-dclph- ia 1I11 I tixe-dollu- i' Iiw-'yo- 111 1 Ayer's Sarsaparilla, . .S I my o)inion.' each, vi f Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi era. It is more fatal to chickens than all wilier diseases combined. Hut thfc discovery of a remedy tn.it est'itrijt cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only require, a trial, a bottle is enough f"i one hundred chickens. It is guar anteed If, after using of a bottle, the "buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 5o-tentwo-third- s C S. NIKI II J D. VAKUIN'Ci tON.nl V I' , l.i'lui!iim, K Foraateby McRoberls suSu, Stanford f - v . M rtt- - -- (. a. . ., 1 .. .1 J I - -i- B. ..ia, aW''l- - L .V.. -- U. . -- "" a .T. L .'.J w , A assss. assksska -- aim I .Jis .tVJfci,